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3:15 PM prayer in brief:
Pray for God to stop 1 child from being molested today.
Pray for God to stop 1 child molestation happening now.
Pray for God to rescue 1 child from sexual slavery.
Pray for God to save 1 girl from genital circumcision.
Pray for God to stop 1 girl from becoming a child-bride.
If you have the faith pray for 100 children rather than one.
Give Thanks. There is more to this prayer here

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Thursday, 9 March 2017

The Liberal Left and Its Determination to Sacrifice Little Girls for PC

With apologies to Daniel Greenfield, for whom I have the greatest respect,
I have slightly altered the theme of this article to focus on
liberal attitudes rather than the disgraceful politics.
Daniel's original post can be found here.


Another young victim of the Left’s war against
common sense immigration security
Daniel Greenfield 
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.

When Tanveer Hussain and Abid Khan weren’t allowed into the United States, they blamed President Trump. So did the media outlets that covered the story. The controversial Democrat mayor of Saranac Lake reached out to fellow New York party members Senator Charles Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. They leaned on the local embassy and Hussain and Khan were waved through.

“Still a country that welcomes athletes from across the globe,” Senator Schumer’s statement read.  The statement, shared on Hussain’s Facebook page, declared, “So proud of the town of Saranac Lake for their efforts and their open hearts.”

Below it was a photo of Tanveer Hussain surrounded by Saranac Lake Middle School students.  The seventh graders had been drafted to write letters to Schumer and Gillibrand on Hussain’s behalf.

“We came in and talked to a small group of kids. I said, ‘This is bothering me. Is it bothering anyone else?’” Amy Jones, their teacher, had insisted.

There’s no way to know if it bothered the children, but it bothered Amy Jones. And before long the children were enlisted in the campaign to bring Hussain to America. The campaign worked. And now here he was.  Mayor Clyde Rabideau moderated the session with the children and the accused abuser.

Just like Kashmir, almost

Abid Khan, Hussain’s coach, talked to them about Kashmir. He told them that Kashmir was just like Saranac Lake. “Pack your bags. Next year, you are coming to Kashmir,” he said.

Later Hussain’s brother would explain one difference between Saranac Lake and Kashmir. “In Kashmir, we have a tradition of showing love to children,” he said.

“In Kashmir, we have a tradition of showing love to children,” 

Apparently, neither Hussain nor his brother elaborated on what that meant, and, it appears, no-one asked them to.

Kashmir’s idea of showing love to children was very different than that of Saranac Lake. Tanveer Hussain would be charged with molesting a 12-year-old girl who was a student at the school. 

Based on her age there is a high probability that she had been one of the children writing letters on his behalf to Schumer and Gillibrand. One of the children smiling cheerfully in the photos with the alleged Muslim abuser.

The adults who led her community should have protected her. Instead they betrayed her.

Liberals to the rescue - of the pedophile, not the child

When Abid told Mayor Clyde Rabideau that his visa had been denied, he was furious. “This will not stand. Do not give up! We will do all we can,” he assured Khan.

The transcript appeared on the Facebook page of Saranac Lake Trustee Rich Shapiro.  Mayor Clyde Rabideau created a GoFundMe campaign that raised $1,625 for Hussain and Khan’s travel expenses and had provided regular updates and encouragement for the fundraiser. Now all mentions of Hussain have vanished from the mayor’s page. But Hussain’s page still shows him with his arm around his benefactor.

After Hussain was arrested for abusing a little girl, Shapiro bailed him out and hosted him at his house.

Shapiro, a vocal opponent of President Trump, tried to protect Hussain from being photographed by putting his hands in front of the camera. And that too is the choice we all face. Some of us protect little girls. Others protect the likes of Hussain.

Cultural suicide

"I think it could have provided an opportunity for cultural enrichment for our local community," Jim Tucker of Paul Smith's College had objected when Hussain’s visa was denied.

Is that what you call it. I call it child sex abuse, not cultural enrichment!

Tucker was one of those thanked for their help in getting Hussain into this country. And Tucker would go on defending Hussain even after everything that happened.

It’s hard to give up on your cultural enrichment.

The welcome wagon for Hussain’s brand of cultural enrichment had been rolled out as soon as he arrived. Fred Mazzeo, the owner of the Porcupine, a local inn, picked them up at the airport and hosted them. He took a selfie with them in the car on the way from the airport.

"That's SL mojo and that is the kind of mojo that makes SL special," Mayor Clyde Rabideau cheered.

The inn was where the Muslim guest allegedly repaid the generosity of the people of Saranac Lake by molesting one of their daughters. It takes a special kind of mojo to do that.

Liberals blame the victim

It's crazy but liberals scream and yell and run around with their hair on fire because some dumb conservative blames a girl for contributing to her own rape by being blotto drunk, calling it victim blaming, and justifiably so. But are these the same liberals who accuse the 12 year old of being responsible for her own molestation at the hand of an adult, because he happens to be Muslim?

How is it Muslims take priority over girls rights in the minds of liberals? Muslims - who practice Sharia; who marry child brides; who sleep with them when they are 9 years old; who often practice FGM, who practice, as Mohammed directed, the taking of child sex slaves; who force their women to cover themselves to the point of becoming invisible; who throw acid in the faces of girls who look at a boy for a second or two too long; who beat them to death or set them on fire for the same thing. These things are all documented on this blog many times over.

How does a rational person take the side of an Islamic pedophile over a 12 year old American girl?

A special reception was held by the mayor. Restaurants offered them free meals. The locals of Saranac Lake were eager to get their picture taken with him. Even after Hussain was arrested, some continued to defend him and to blame the little girl.

Abid Khan, Hussain’s coach, has been the loudest in smearing the victim. He described the little girl as a “nutcase”. He claimed that “there was no contact at all” and that since Hussain didn’t speak English, he couldn’t be expected to know that the 12-year-old girl was a minor.

Since when is knowing the difference between a child and an adult a matter of language?

The Adirondack Daily Enterprise ran Khan’s attack on a young victim of child abuse. Then it penned an editorial in support of having brought Hussain to this country.  

“We urge our friends, neighbors and other readers to return to holding their heads high and setting a good example for their children, as Saranac Lakers did with the kindness and generosity they showed to Hussain and countryman.”

Hope you didn't have a mouthful of coffee when you read that. What an astonishing statement! 

What better way could there be of setting a good example for our children than by bringing foreigners over to molest them? And then running their smears against the victim?

How must it make the children of SL feel when they are told that being nice to Muslim pedophiles is more important than they are? Ask the girls and young women of Sweden, they can tell you in spades.

The excuses are all too familiar from Rotherham where the authorities also took the side of the abusers over the victimized girls until the outrage at the atrocities could not be suppressed any longer. 

The abusers in Rotherham were, of course, all Pakistani Muslims who thought they had a right to sexually abuse and traffic young English girls. Once the girls agreed to go with them, either for a car ride or to a room, they were 'under their right hand', and according to Mohammed, that means they are fair game for rape/gang rape.

BTW, Pakistan and Kashmir are right next to each other, and Bangladesh, in the same part of the world and with a similar religious make-up, passed a law today to legalize marriages as soon as a girl baby is born.

In New York, there were excuses, but no apologies from the offices of Schumer or Gillibrand. Nor were there any from the local authorities.

Cultural suicide - the right thing to do

“We have a compassionate community that understood the importance of allowing Tanveer the opportunity to race here, and a great local effort allowed that to happen and it was the right thing to do at the time,” Mayor Clyde Rabideau said.

How can the right thing be the thing that leads to the sexual abuse of a little girl? 

Bringing Hussain and Khan to America made some people feel good about themselves. Their narcissistic do-goodery led to the alleged abuse of a little girl, traumatizing her, her parents and her family members. It led to a criminal matter that will cost the locals a significant amount of money.

Narcissistic do-goodery led to the alleged abuse of a little girl

That’s the price we pay when we ignore common sense and let the wolf into the henhouse.

The left thrives on its moral narcissism. It parades around its false spectacles of victimhood. But its policies leave behind real victims. When the left fought against President Trump’s common sense immigration security reforms, a little girl in a village in New York became one of its many victims.

And she isn't the first, nor will she be the last!