Shut Down the Mosques in the USA

Whereas the federal government has failed to prevent Saudi funded mosques in the USA that adhere to the extreme Islamic ideology of Wahhabism, which advocates the destruction of Western democracy in order for the establishment of Sharia law in the USA and the world, we call on individual state legislators to close down mosques in their states or to at least prevent the construction of new ones like the citizens of Switzerland have recently voted to do.  These prohibitions aimed at stopping the spread of homegrown radical Islamic jihadists necessarily entail the execution of state rights as prescribed in the 14th Amendment to the Constitution.  War has been declared on America and defense measures must be orchestrated that reflect the will of the majority of the people who recognize the threat of cultural jihadism in the USA.  More information can be found at www.shutdownthemosques.org
Dear State Legislator,
It is time for you to exercise the most powerful legal and political tool in your arsenal of liberty--state's rights.  The federal government has been negligent of its duties to protect the American people from homegrown terrorism that is preached in many Saudi funded mosques in the USA.  Millions of ordinary and decent, law abiding citizens are frustrated and fed up.  The recent Swiss referendum that passed prohibits the construction of minarets in their country. This is a model we should follow and an avenue we should pursue even more diligently since we have had war declared upon us by radical Islam.  The terrorists are among us.  Everybody acknowledges it.  The only way to prevent the future goal of radical Islam, the imposition of Sharia law in America, is to stop the spread of dangerous ideology that takes place in mosques across this country.  Constitutional rights have been suspended before during war time and it is imperative that they should be again.  At the very least, a temporary ban on new mosque construction should be implemented.
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