Thursday, November 25, 2010


Happy Thanksgiving to the town of Mayfield, Kentucky!!!

Enjoy it, next year Thanksgiving may offend your Muslim citizens, and then Thanksgiving will be no more.

Today is Thanksgiving Day, 2010. In Mayfield Kentucky the people are celebrating with their new found Muslim friends. The Muslims they celebrate with today, will bring poverty, and angst to their small town, and they don't even know it. The Somali Islamic community along with the Kentucky branch of the ACLU, have convinced the town that they must, under the U.S. Constitution allow these Muslims to worship in a building in the center of their town. Under some federal statute that supposedly super cedes any local statutes concerning the use of buildings for religious purposes. I'm not sure what hat she pulled that out of, but she successfully fooled the Mayfield town council, and they approved the use of a building in their downtown area, even though there is not adequate parking. Under the guise that most of the Somalis live close to the area, and will probably walk to their worship center, therefore alleviating any concern over traffic and parking problems. This of course is the biggest falsehood. Perhaps at this moment, the stated amount of people worshipping in this center will only be 20-25 at a time, as the building fire code states a maximum capacity of 40 people. Where do you think these Muslim worshippers will go, when there is (excuse the pun) not enough room at the Inn? Does the town of Mayfield realize that when a Muslim house of worship is established, that more and more Muslims will come? Where will they come from, nobody knows for sure, but, Mayfield, Kentucky I assure they will come. Maybe it's time to observe the picture above right, that's what downtown Mayfield, Kentucky will look like as when the 40 person capacity building overflows, every time there is a Muslim holy day, and believe me, there are plenty. Of course the town council was told that this Muslim place is not really a Mosque, because the are no spires and no dome, and it's not being used for weekly prayer services. (Are you kidding me, then what are they using it for? A place to stash weapons?)

Yes, Happy Thanksgiving to the residents of Mayfield, Kentucky. Enjoy this American holiday while the Muslims are still in a cooperative mood, and will allow your Christian celebrations. Come Christmas however, don't be to surprised when the Muslims will voice that they are offended by the town Christmas tree, or maybe you have a town square where a Nativity scene used to be. I say used to be, because this may be your town's last year of Christian religious freedom. But never you mind, Holidays like Christmas and Easter will be replaced at the demands of Islam, so you and your children will be celebrating Ramadan instead. I hope you're all looking forward to that!

Don't feel alone Mayfield, your town is just one among thousands of American towns that have been bamboozled by the Muslims. Near my city, is a town called Murfreesboro, the Muslim's are building a Mega-Mosque there. Everyone is pretty much all for it, even some Christian churches. Yes Mayfield you are not alone. Islam means "submission", and well, you are in submission to Allah, Muhammad and Sharia Law. Congratulations!!! Some people have asked me; What would Jesus Do? My answer: Jesus would not condone the tolerance of false prophets, i.e., Muhammad, and He would not condone the justification of a false religion, i.e., Islam. Jesus said: "I am the way, the truth and the life, no man comes to the Father but through me." Jesus didn't say: "Except maybe Allah and Muhammad." Citizens of Mayfield, Kentucky, if you are familiar with the Lord's Ten Commandments, read the first one, that should be a clue as to where your town council, and the rest of this great nation are making their biggest mistakes.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING to all my readers, may God Bless you this day, keep you safe in your travels, and may you always be thankful for all your blessings.
"The Watchman"
Ulla Tempore' Ullo Sito

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