Tag Archives: Cordoba House

Workers refusing to work on mega-mosque

Workers pledging not to work on ground zero mosque

Below is an excerpt from the site he is referring to in this video, Blue Collar Corner.

Here are the names of union and non-union tradesman who refuse to work the site of the proposed Ground Zero Mosque. We feel we have been betrayed by our civic leaders and elected officials as they allow the Cordoba Initiative Group build their Mega-Mosque on top of the ashes of the 3,ooo innocents who were slaughtered on 911. DSC00560

The attackers yelled “Allah Ahkbar” as they destroyed our symbols of economic power and liberty filled with Americans.

Rise up, America.  We don’t have to take this insult.  And just as this guy expected, our president has now publicly supported this project.  This is the last straw.

Posted:  08.15.10


Filed under Barack Obama, Church, Human Interest, life, patriotism, President Barack Obama

No mosque at Ground Zero…..unless

Unless Abdul Rauf and others of the Cordoba Initiative are willing to dedicate this building as a memorial to the dead of 9/11, a Wall of Tears as a perpetual apology to America, and include a large statute of Christ on the Cross, and an equal sized statute of Moses holding the tablets containing the Ten Commandments, this project should be stopped.  In this way they could demonstrate their commitment to diversity and tolerance and peace, as well as sorrow for what happened.

Posted:  07.09.10


Filed under Church, Human Interest, patriotism

NYC supporting mosque at Ground Zero

Seed of Peace?  How about, instead of a mosque, as an act of humility and sorrow, using the funds for a memorial and hall of tears honoring the dead?

After hours of contentious public comment, a New York City community board has voted to support a plan to build a mosque and cultural centre near the World Trade Centre site.

“It’s a seed of peace,” board member Rob Townley said after the plan was approved late Tuesday.

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer said in a statement that by supporting the multi-faith community and cultural centre, the board “sent a clear message that our city is one that promotes diversity and tolerance”.

Is it a multi-faith community or a mosque?

First of all, how does this group come to own land two blocks from the site of the trade center?

Plans for the Cordoba House include a performing arts centre, swimming pool, culinary school, child care facilities and worship space.

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, executive director of the Cordoba Initiative, is one of the project’s sponsors.

What they could do, as “a seed of peace” and symbol of diversity, is to construct and dedicate a memorial on the property with a huge statue of Christ on the cross, a Star of David, stones containing the Ten Commandments and a plaque of apology that this violent deed was perpetrated in the name of Muslim extremism.  They owe the United States of America, and particularly New York City, an apology in perpetuity.

It certainly is not respectful to the dead to be swimming and cooking two blocks from the disaster of the death of 3000 people.  They really should be ashamed for even bringing such a thing up to poke a finger in the eye of the dead and the mourners of the dead.

Never Forget

Diversity and tolerance can go two ways.  What is needed is some sensitivity and empathy on the part of the planners and promoters of this project, and if families of the dead are offended by this, the imam and sponsors of the Cordoba Initiative should not build it.



Posted:  05.26.10


Filed under Church, Human Interest, life, Uncategorized