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  • SVlover

    Woo! I wonder how long she will stay alive?

    • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

      Would have been 3 seconds if there hadn’t been lots of TV cameras around.

      • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

        Correction – 3 seconds till the knife went in, 3 minutes till dead.

        • The Accountant


    • TonyM

      A very high percentage of people carrying guns there. Very risky game…

      • kehua

        Safer than NZ.

  • GoingRight

    Brave woman, have some sympathy for her

    • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

      We have not only sympathy, but very great admiration.

    • ex-JAFA

      I do hope she gets the mental healthcare she so desperately needs.

  • The Accountant

    I’m proudly an Islamophobe, but for her to have her right to speech, so should the crazies. All her actions did was lower the morally higher state of the Non-Muslims.

  • friardo

    Ha! Fundamentalist Christianity or Islam. What a choice.

    • Nothelen

      Am I right in saying that 2000 years ago we didn’t have these religions. Mankind got around for 20 million years worshiping a stone, the moon or the sun or whatever. Surely they didn’t have all this stress we have decided to impose upon ourselves. Religions, using fear, were just a vehicle for colonisation, a way of invading your neighbours or taking over countries. Sound familiar ?

      • Effluent

        Most ancient peoples were quite happy to assume that their own tribal deity wanted them to own as much of the landscape as possible, and regarded their neighbours as fair game. It’s just that they didn’t have the weapons we’ve got now. Nevertheless, they still managed to exterminate respectable numbers with nothing more than swords, bows & arrows, etc.

        You might want to check out any of the ancient religious texts if you don’t believe me – e.g.the Old Testament, Bhagavad Gita, etc

      • TonyM

        Nope you’d have to go back much further than that Christianity has been around a very long time. 2000 years would only just get you to the birth of Christ

      • SNAFU

        Actually Christianity is the continuation of Judaism and therefore been around for far longer than 2000 years. the reason that Christianity and Judaism are different is that the Christians accepted Jesus as the son of God and Jews Rejected him. to this very day the Jews are waiting for the first coming of the son of God and the Christians are waiting for the second coming. Islam on the other hand is some BS that some mentally retarded Arab called Muhammad made up just 1400 years ago. now some liberal is probably outraged that i just called him a “mentally retarded Arab”. But lets be honest, If tried today in an NZ court of law for his crimes such as pedophilia and murder he would most likely plead insanity.

        • ex-JAFA

          So Islam was just made up, but Judaism and Christianity are real? Even though their fundamental difference is a contradiction, making at least one of them false, too? How about accepting that ALL of them are just made up?

          • Benoni

            Your own beliefs are made up or accumulated from various philosophies in a rather hodge podge nut bar type of fashion typical of an ACT supporter. On the other hand Christianity is not made up rather than revealed by a “higher power”. It is sensible rational and demonstrably dedicated to the good the beautiful and the true.

          • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

            True Judaism was also revealed by the same “higher power”, and true Christianity is a continuation of that revelation.
            As you state, Christianity is sensible and rational, which is logical seeing as it was “invented” by the supreme rational intelligence.
            And it has been proven to work (as can rationally be expected)

            Modern Judaism is the result of the rejection of prophesies’ fulfillment in Christ, so it is contradiction of ancient Judaism.

        • Islam is the single biggest reason to oppose cousin marriage.

      • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

        Actually islam is the continuation of moon-worship (“allah” is simply “Al Ullah”, one of the many many local and tribal names for the moon god, including the ancient Ba-al) and therefore been around for far longer than 2000 years.
        But, to compete with Judaism and Christianity it was dressed up as monotheistic. However, their god is just as impersonal as the moon and just as bloodthirsty as Ba-al and Molech.
        And they also do have a very very special stone, in mecca.

    • Matt Pearce

      Really? that would be a difficult decision for you?

      • friardo

        I have never made a decision relating to religion, religion just doesn’t matter much until it’s shoved into ones face by those deranged beings who hold it dear, as in the laughable incident in the little movie clip.

    • Adios Africa

      The choice is simple: one religion takes offence and but is unlikely to harm you commanded to do so; the other tends to kill you as commanded to do so.

      • friardo

        There is another (rational) choice but if one has been raised in religion it usually seems to never let go completely. It manifests as minor affliction right through to insane aggression.

        • Adios Africa

          Agree fully with you.

  • luke

    I believe we have a lot to fear with Islam but I dislike nutbars from any religion.

  • Tippex

    Religion never wins. Better it stays ‘the opiate of the people’.

  • Chad Valiant Jnr

    Both groups are peas from the same pod. In a perfect world, neither would exist.

  • Effluent

    The trouble is, we are up against a belief system that encourages its adherents to kill anyone who opposes the spread of Islam; there isn’t a free marketplace, in which the most intellectually valid viewpoint wins.
    At some point, we will probably find that it comes down to a more primitive contest between the islamists and their equivalents like the Texas rednecks, who don’t tend to over think this stuff.

  • oldmanNZ

    Texas rednecks expressing themselves in there own backyard.

    Put it this was, would a Muslim country has a Texas Jesus day?

    • Effluent

      I think we’re saying the same thing, more or less.

  • TonyM

    Well said I think. Texas people know where they stand…

  • BloodyOrphan

    It’s a shame that sane people like this have to fall back on another religion to say what is obvious.

    There should be much more sunlight shed on the Islamic doctrine, and it’s adherence to outdated sociopathic ideals. If people like this had some real science to back them up they wouldn’t come across as extreme as this woman appears to be.

    Power to Her and the others making a stand against Islam.


    In New Zealand she would be labelled a bigot or radical christain, but the yanks love that kind of passion. So looking at it through the eyes of a Texan i say good on her.

  • intelligentes candida diva

    Well freedom of speech executed, done so passionately non violently and accurately,need more like that lady.

    The query I have is not the celebration of a TeXas muslim day but what is the meaning of “C*APITOL” within and why??
    (An example of the confident positive assertions of domination I think)

    • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

      Both the Crescent-Moon and the star are symbols of islam (it is moon-worship and star-worship after all) but here they mean that the Crescent dominates the “Lone Star” state – “capitol” being an American term for a building which is seat of government.

      • Adios Africa

        This is one of may reasons people see the prophet as a lunatic.

        • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

          “Deranged moon-worshiper” – – I like that !!

      • Rodger T

        So a provocation then? Probably disappointed it did not turn violent so they could play the victim card.

        • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

          In reality, yes, though they would never admit to it being a provocation – for them it is simply an affirmation of (what they see as) the ultimate truth.
          Any response to that “affirmation of truth” is seen as a challenge to the(ir) truth and therefore “THAT” would be seen as the provocation justifying them to violently defend the(ir) truth.

          Our lefty politicians, without conscious thought, have made that exact same analysis but their inclination is to agree with the aggressor hoping they become less so – just look up what Churchill said about them and the feeding of crocodiles . . . .

  • taurangaruru

    The issue shouldn’t be reduced to a contest between two religions, it is about right versus wrong, good versus evil.

    • Another Middleagedwhiteguy


  • Hans

    So gutsy, a german wowen did a similar thing in a church last year. I take ny hat off to them both

  • JAFA Gazza

    So. I look at it this way. While the various gummints tragically continue to try to appease the Islam lot, blindly accepting their overbearing requests for Sharia compliance or acceptance, the people on the street have had enough. You know the proverbial is going to hit the fan when ordinary Joe’s – like us – start to protest and vocally object on the streets. The tide is turning….and as usual the politicians are way behind on what is really going on in the suburbs and streets. Phase 1 has started….wait until we start seeing Muslim houses being torched…then we will knw we are in for an all out war. I am not religious in any main stream way – but a populace that is being coerced and manipulated by another ideology is going to rebel. 2015 is a tipping point IMHO.

  • pak

    Had an online conversation with and old friend in California the other day about the whole subject of Islamification of countries. His comment was that in the U.S. “they are going to try, but Mr Smith and Wesson are going to prevail”. Things may get more volatile than just grabbing a mike.

  • dumbshit

    umpteen times the testosterone Obama displays, I fear for America

  • LesleyNZ

    Wow – that brought tears to my eyes – what a brave woman to speak out and proclaim the truth – the Gospel message. This woman is no bigot, she is not a “fundy”, she is not a redneck – she is a born again Christian who loves her Saviour. Some may say she was rude to push in like that – my thought was when Jesus in righteous indignation overturned the money changer’s tables in the temple. Christians are not to be passive whimps when it comes to defending the Christian faith against evil. This woman did what a lot of us should be doing….These Bible verses describe this woman well:
    Ephesians 6:13-16(GNT)
    13 So put on God’s armor now! Then when the evil day comes, you will be able to resist the enemy’s attacks; and after fighting to the end, you will still hold your ground.
    14 So stand ready, with truth as a belt tight around your waist, with righteousness as your breastplate, 15 and as your shoes the readiness to announce the Good News of peace. 16 At all times carry faith as a shield; for with it you will be able to put out all the burning arrows shot by the Evil One.

  • Debs.nz

    Yahoo! That’s ballsy! That sign was sticking the mid-finger right in the face of Texas!There’s a saying in the USA. “Behind every blade of grass there is a gun” Take that any way you like, but I take it to mean, our constitution means we WILL defend the United States of America from within!

  • Ulysses Swanson

    I was rooting for her until she started with the jesus rubbish.

  • Adios Africa

    I’ve had it with the scum who disrespect western civilised values.

    Play this loud folks.

    • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

      Some would say stupid insular redneck.
      Toby’s song might be insular in its wording but NOT stupid, it is indeed full of all sorts of values that the scum are fully bereft of, like patriotism and decency.
      As for redneck, I proudly consider myself to be one because the greasy scum and the putrid dregs use that term as an insult to those who have had sunburned necks from physical work outside and have different views.
      Real, honest, down-to-earth views.

      Yes, western civilised values are common to all us rednecks world-over, and there will be a unity of purpose and action far surpassing the USA wording in that song.

  • Eiselmann

    Good on her…too many people just allow bad things to happen until it impacts directly on them and normally by then its too late……what (admittedly) little I know about Texas….they won’t go down without a fight……. je suis Texan

  • Rodger T

    The Texas Governors response?

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott declared February 2nd to be “Chris Kyle Day”


  • Rex

    Well done lady! Frankly i am surprised that Americans put up with the Muslims in their society after what happened on 9/11!

  • fairymai

    wow! bet she felt great after that! replayed it several times, stand up folks.

  • Bombastic

    Does anyone else who knows Texas well, wonder why the Muslims chose that State for their Islamophobia (puke) conference? Seems to me they just set out to hold a chicken above a gator pond. Looks to me tho, that the good ‘ole boys were very restrained by that assault on their Capitol. I would have worn a bacon and ham suit, BBQ Southern style of course.

  • petedude

    Good on her for speaking out against the spread of Islam in the US.

    But like I’ve said before, those of us who don’t subscribe to any religion are not going to be convinced about the dangers of Islam if the loudest objectors are other religious nutters. They’ll just lump Islam and Christianity together as equally nutty.