Folks, the following story is just the tip of the iceberg. There is a great deal of brazen chutzpa, contempt and provocation for persons just like the Muslims cited in this article, who have graciously been granted sanctuary in a foreign country, in this case the U.S., who were and continue to be beneficiaries of all possible assistance and access to all of the U.S.’ wealth, who now demand that their host country and its native citizens accommodate themselves to their Islamic alien and often distasteful customs. Theirs is a brazen attitude of conqueror – not of adoptive son. Via FrontPage:
When flight attendant Eva Buzek returned to Minneapolis from a trip to France, five taxi drivers refused to take her home from the airport. The reason? She had two bottles of wine in her suitcase — and the drivers were Muslims, who don’t drink and refuse to have alcohol in their taxis.
About three-quarters of the 900 taxi drivers at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are Somalis, many of them Muslim. And about three times each day, would-be customers are refused taxi service when a driver sees they’re carrying alcohol.
“It’s become a significant customer-service issue,” said Patrick Hogan, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Airports Commission, on Thursday.
Now the airports commission has a solution: color-coding the lights on the taxi roofs to indicate whether a driver will accept a booze-toting fare. The actual colors haven’t been decided on yet, but commission officials met Thursday with representatives of the taxi drivers and the Minnesota chapter of the Muslim American Society to continue working on the plan.
Kiss your rights good-bye, folks. The Muslims are winning. Is there a contest, you ask? You better believe it – and you better vote with your brain this November 7. This is America, where we have our own customs and traditions. If you don’t want to give up your rights to carry alcohol, your rights to drink alcohol, or your G-d given rights to marry within your non-Muslim faith, then wake up and smell the sharia. It’s right around the corner like a dark cloud and it’s time to disperse it into oblivion.