Tuesday, May 29, 2018

So How Long Before Skokie Muslims Blow Up Skokie Holocaust Statue?

Skokie - the rapidly disintegrating armpit suburb of Chicago - the el-cheapo suburban gateway to Rogers Park - the new multicultural high crime suburb is now reaching a new low.
The Muslim Religious Sign on Skokie's Town Square

It is celebrating Muslim Ramadan on its town square.

The serious question that emerges here is "How long before the new Muslim majority electorate in el-crapo Skokie, demands that the Holocaust monument be torn down?"

After all, Muslims have been waging war on Jews and Christians throughout the Levant.

Muslims have been desecrating and destroying Jewish, Christian and Buddhist shrines everywhere their foul Koranic armies go.

So when will Skokie's Muslims have enough political clout to tear down the Jewish Holocaust Memorial, situated on Skokie's Village Hall and Public Library Square.

You think it inconceivable?
Skokie's Holocaust statue -
How long before Skokie's Muslims tear it down?

Well just look at how Muslim religious fanatics forced teachers and children to abandon Halloween celebrations at Skokie Public School District 69 - just 6 years ago:


http://www.imperfectparent.com/topics/2012/10/17/suburban-chicago-school-districts-cancels-halloween/


Apparently their Imams didn't care to accept the American idea of free thought and freedom of religious expression - if it was not mandated by their own peculiar inanely rigorous religious ideology.

So while the largely Jewish Democrat political hacks in Skokie - from Mayor Geo. Van Dusen on down, bow and pray to the growing numbers of Allah devotees in their electorate we just have to ask them a simple question:

How long do you think it will be before the Muslim voters - which you have succored - vote to rip down the Skokie Holocaust Memorial?

The Jews and Christians in 1933 Europe were short-sighted. Are we seeing it again in Skokie?

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