We (wife & me) arrived a bit late to yesterday’s anti-Islamization of America rally a few blocks from Ground Zero in downtown Manhattan. Because of our late arrival we were unable to get closer to the stage, but there was no shortage of great people and weird characters in the rear.
The rally wasn’t just to protest the disgusting Ground Zero (Park 51) project, but to also defend our long held right to free speech and freedom of and from religion. Most of the people at the rally understand the consequences of kowtowing to Islam; they realize what is already happening throughout Western Europe.
Here are some photos from the event.
Crowd on West Broadway between Warren and Murray Streets
The sign speaks for itself!
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Hordes of well funded zombies following the marching orders of their right-wing puppet masters - according to the mainstrem media, that is!
More examples of the Religion of Peace!
What would any NYC rally be without at least one Marxist?
Can't be! He must have been well paid by the rally's right-wing organizers.
It's too bad that many already have.
This guy was going on about 911 being an "inside job."
What's there to say?
A bit over the top on the anniversary of 9/11, but the point is clear.
This guy seemed a bit suspicious. I believe that he was a plant. When I called him out on it, he sheepishly denied it.
Large crowds are magnets for assorted nuts, wackos, and attention seekers.
Funny way to make a point. We want to preserve our right to free speech and expression. Notice the stick of TNT attached to the turban.
Taking it up a notch! In many European countries this guy would have to fear for his life.
Mural on West Broadway storefront smack in the middle of the rally site.
It was a pleasure to be among the people who attended the rally. These are the people who understand and appreciate the freedoms that many take for granted. They also understand that a large portion of Islam is antithetical to those very freedoms. Most of us have no problem if Muslims want to practice their religion in America, but we have a problem giving them special privileges or protections for their religion. In America we not only have freedom of religion, but we also have freedom from religion.