Newsletter #52 – “I love this country more than you do”Posted: October 31, 2012
So says Hyat Liban quoted recently in The Tennessean and the Somalialand Sun paper. When read in the context of the entire article, the “I love this country more than you do” comment was directed at native-born Americans who she seems to feel don’t appreciate their freedoms, including the right to elect our leadership.
(She couldn’t possibly be referring to the taxpayers that fund the government that made her arrival here possible).
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves this country more than the Somali woman recently arrested in Nashville for threatening to kill all the “non-believers” that she had to work with.
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves this country enough that she would, if called to, have testified against fellow Somalis in the child sex trafficking case in order to help the prosecution punish the Somalis in Nashville and Minnesota who were responsible.
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves this country so much that she wants the U.S. government to prosecute and punish Somalis living in the U.S. who sent money to the terrorist organization Al-Shabaab and here recruited other Somalis in the U.S. to travel to Somalia to fight with them.
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves this country so much and her freedom to vote and have her vote mean something, that she would be concerned about the alleged voter fraud committed by fellow Somalians in Ohio.
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves this country so much that she would be okay if the government stopped funding the Somali Community Center (now renamed the Center for Refugees and Immigrants of Tennessee) because its director was charged with and sentenced to 2 years federal probation for grant fraud.
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves this country so much that she would support shutting down hawalas if they are being used to funnel funds to U.S. designated terrorist organizations or for money laundering.
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves this country so much that she wasn’t one of the Somalis at Legislative Plaza protesting against the Tennessee anti-terrorism bill.
Hopefully Ms. Liban loves the freedoms afforded by the U.S. and Tennessee Constitutions enough not to insist using the cover of “freedom of religion” to impose the political shariah instead.
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