Grocery Store Conversation Leads to Death Threats from Muslim Mobs
“I wanted people to know that it has happened,” he said in an interview Monday. “I have a lot of Muslim friends, and they experience these types of things quite often. And whenever they tell people, people don’t believe it or they come up with excuses, or they come up with some sort of scenario where they are exaggerating it– like this is not a really big problem that is going on.”
What is the “really big problem”?
Although it is quite acceptable these days to be openly contemptuous of white people, a simple conversation in the grocery store about Muslims is going viral.
Naked racism can be taught and practiced on universities today, but a causal conversation in the supermarket about the manifestly anti-social message of the niqab will result in a torrent of death threats.
While wearing the niqab may be a personal choice today, the more this movement is allowed to grow without any opposition, the sooner the supremacists will be demanding all women, Muslim, and non-Muslim alike should cover up, or face disfigurement.
So much of this incident showcases the menace that unregulated Islam presents: niqabs, hypersensitivity, overreaction, mob action, and of course, death threats.
It is only threats of violence this time, but in the future, shoppers like this will be lucky to make it out of the store unscathed.
You simply cannot say in public that you don’t like Islam or the niqab without mobs of Muslims calling for your death.
The video was uploaded by a comedian who is being supported by the Muslim Brotherhood comedy circuit.
“With more than 100,000 followers on Facebook, McLellan has become a staple at Muslim festivals and events around North America. In the upcoming months, McLellan’s gigs include Muslim Students’ Association events at universities across the US, a nonprofit for Syrian refugees in Boston, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations annual banquet in Oklahoma and Los Angeles. “
CAIR’s response makes no mention of the Muslims sending death threats. Not one word. Nihad Awad denounces shopper as a “racist.” Again, not one word about the Muslims and their death threats.
“Woman seen in Trader Joe’s video incident with Muslim shopper: It was taken out of context,” Fox5DC, May 10, 2017:
RESTON, Va. – A video showing an unidentified white woman telling a Muslim shopper, “I wish they didn’t let you in the country,” has gone viral, but the woman seen in the video tells FOX 5 there’s more to the story. The cell phone video was recorded Saturday at a Trader Joe’s in northern Virginia, and it was posted on Facebook by a South Carolina-based comedian who says the Muslim woman involved in the incident is his friend.Comedian Jeremy McLellan posted the video on Facebook just before midnight on Saturday. McLellan’s friend wants to remain anonymous for fear of backlash. In the Facebook post, he says his friend let the other woman cut in front of her in the checkout line because she was in a hurry. It was at that point, McLellan says, that the woman “started talking bad” about another Muslim woman in the store, who was wearing a niqab, which is a type of head covering. McLellan says the woman then asked his Muslim friend why she didn’t cover as well, and his friend replied that it was a choice.“The woman didn’t believe her and started talking about FGM (female genital mutilation) and telling her “I wish they didn’t let you in the country,” he wrote in the Facebook post. At that point, he told FOX 5 his friend pulled out her phone and started recording.In the seconds that followed, the white woman tells the Muslim woman, “I wish they didn’t let you in the country,” and goes on to say, “Obama’s not in office anymore. We don’t have a Muslim in there anymore,” adding that the former President might be in jail in the future.McLellan told FOX 5 he shared the video because this is not an isolated incident.“I wanted people to know that it has happened,” he said in an interview Monday. “I have a lot of Muslim friends, and they experience these types of things quite often. And whenever they tell people, people don’t believe it or they come up with excuses, or they come up with some sort of scenario where they are exaggerating it– like this is not a really big problem that is going on.”But the woman seen in the video making those statements tells a different story. She called FOX 5 on Monday and talked to reporter Anjali Hemphill over the phone, but would not give her name or allow the interview to be recorded.The woman told FOX 5 she is extremely upset because the video was taken out of context, and it does not show what led up to the portion of the encounter that’s now gone viral. She claims the Muslim woman on the other side of the camera actually ambushed her, making “strong statements” about the U.S., like that it’s full of murderers and rapists. She says that happened before the recording started, and the conversation escalated from there. The woman told FOX 5 she’s now seeking legal representation, and she and her family are receiving threats as a result of the video.---http://pamelageller.com/2017/05/grocery-conversation-threats.html/