Daily Archives: June 12, 2016

Jim Hanson: The Orlando Attack, Sharia & Homosexuality…


Date: June 12, 2016

01) Jim Hanson: The Orlando Attack, Sharia & Homosexuality


“Late last night, a gunman killed up to 20 people and wounded 42 in an Orlando, Florida nightclub shooting. Police stormed the Pulse nightclub after a three-hour standoff and released 30 hostages. The FBI believe shooting was terrorism. CBS News has identified the shooter as Port St. Lucie resident Omar Mateen, a US citizen of Afghan descent. He is confirmed dead.

The Center for Security Policy’s Jim Hanson discusses the events.”

…It was more like 50 people killed, and 50 plus injured.

Gays Must Die Says Speaker At Orlando Mosque – WFTV 9 Orlando Report…


Date: June 12, 2016

01) Gays Must Die Says Speaker At Orlando Mosque – WFTV 9 Orlando Report


“The United West investigative team uncovered a story so disturbing Field Sutton of Channel 9 news in Orlando, FL broke the story on their newscast.

The Husseini Islamic Center, 5211 Hester Ave, Sanford, FL 32773, invited Sheikh Farrokh Sekaleshfar to speak at their Mosque. Dr. Sekaleshfar says the killing of homosexuals is the compassionate thing to do.

In a 2013 speech Sheikh Sekaleshfar said this regarding gays, “Death is the sentence. We know there’s nothing to be embarrassed about this, death is the sentence…We have to have that compassion for people, with homosexuals, it’s the same, out of compassion, let’s get rid of them now.”

When Sheikh Sekaleshfar calls for the death of all homosexuals based on the tenets of Islam it can not be ignored, he is an expert on Shariah Islamiyya or Islamic Law.

Islamic Law also mandates a death sentence for blasphemers and apostates, does Sheikh Sekaleshfar and the Husseini Islamic Center Mosque advocate those legal rulings as well?

What’s equally disturbing is the response to this call for killing gays from Rev. Bryan Fulwider of the Interfaith Council of Central Florida. Rev. Fulwider said, “These issues around homosexuality and the decrying of it or denouncing of it by religion takes away, often, from our really important task of helping our community to be a better community…and wishes congregations would focus more on helping the homeless, poor , and abused instead of persecuting a group that can take care of itself.”

This tepid response from Rev. Fulwider is problematic because he refuses to denounce the Husseini Islamic Center Mosque for promoting a speaker who calls for the murder of homosexuals. Rev. Fulwider can’t even say that calling for the murder of gays is wrong. Fulwider concludes by adding insult to injury, saying don’t worry about the gays they can take care of themselves.

Equally as troubling is the leadership at the Husseini Islamic Center Mosque in Sanford, FL never condemn or disagree with the words spoken by their speaker about the killing of gays – silence is consent.

It would appear the hatred of gays by The Westboro Baptist Church has been eclipsed by Sheikh Sekaleshfar and the Husseini Islamic Center Mosque of Sanford, FL. Both of these supposed places of worship should be stripped of their 501c3 status and relegated to the dustbin of history.

Alan Kornman

The United West

Regional Coordinator”

Sheikh Sekaleshfar is a sociopath…and an excellent example, of what we don’t want in the west…or, frankly, anywhere on this planet.

Planet earth deserves to be free, of these sorts of predators.

[Archive.Org] Librivox Free Audiobooks: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (version 02)…


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Date: June 12, 2016

01) [Archive.Org] Librivox Free Audiobooks: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (version 02)


“LibriVox recording of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (version 02). Read by Mark F. Smith.

In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain creates an entertaining adventure of Middle America in the 1800’s – afloat on a raft on the Mississippi River. Huck escapes his civilized life when he arranges his own “murder” and turns back into the backwoods, downriver yokel he started as, and in the process springing a slave, Jim, from bondage.

Huck and Jim experience life as a series of tableaus as the river sweeps them through small towns on their way South. At each stop, Huck engages his talent for mixing fact with bald-faced lies to endlessly get himself out of situations… and of course, putting him into others!

Much has been written about the statement Twain is making about slavery in this book, but it’s really secondary to the story. The facts of how black people were treated in this period give Huck and Jim their license for life on the run. Modern listeners will be intrigued by the unencumbered life of the pair; they make do with coffee, fish from the river, and little else (but of course, when they do need something extra, they don’t mind helping themselves to it without recourse to money!)

Huck and Jim have run-ins with desperados and family feuds and even manage to get run down by a steamboat. The adventures ratchet up when they are joined on the raft by a self-proclaimed “duke” and a “king” – shysters both, who spend their time in figuring how to fleece the public in the little river towns. And when Jim is captured and threatened with being sent back into slavery, Huck enlists his old buddy Tom Sawyer in a frenzied, desperate, and terribly funny rescue.

I had to clip a lot of laughing from this recording at Twain’s sly, catch-’em-when-they’re-not-looking humor, but you can feel free to enjoy some good belly laughs at this crew of lovable rapscallions! (Summary by Mark)”

In observance of the upcoming IBLD, I’ve decided to bring a few classic boy stories to Our Love Frontier. I hope you enjoy these.

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