A reader from New York was prompted to write and add additional corrections the record. He says that he lives just outside Deposit, right on the doorstep of Islamberg:
First of all, it’s “Cuz’ ins” “not Cousins” [referring to a bar in Deposit mentioned by Dr. Williams]. It’s on Front Street in Deposit, about a block from where there was a data processing center and where the Muslimahs worked. That’s a day care center now. (Do we want Muslims processing our data?)- - - - - - - - - -
The interesting bit of information I picked up this week is that, yes, the JuF brats are now being homeschooled. We must remember they were kicked out of the Hancock school system and dumped on Deposit. Then they were bringing knives to school but apparently that wasn’t such a big deal. Recently, however, they began destroying lockers and such and that got them kicked out of Deposit as well.
This may account partially for why Muslimahs are no longer seen in town, but I do wonder why they are never seen in town anymore.
One was signed up at the Curves some years back. If people are talking about their absence, that suggests it’s a noticeable change. Don’t they need to shop anymore, or are they just staying in their trailers with the curtains drawn homeschooling the next generation of jihadis?
This is a reminder that Jamaat ul-Fuqra is characterized by its separateness from the rest of American life. The same thing is true of all other Muslim communities wherever they may be found among non-Muslims: they remain separate and unintegrated, as required by the Koran.
Do you remember when the Black Muslims, a.k.a. the Nation of Islam, were criticized for their advocacy of separation from mainstream American society?
That was before Multiculturalism became the regnant orthodoxy in the West. Now separateness is to be encouraged and celebrated.
But it’s a good idea to remember that such separation provides the ideal environment in which Jihad against our culture can be incubated and encouraged.
“Homeschooling the next generation of jihadis.” Indeed.