Storm Track Intimidation: An Infidel Fights Back
Go pound sand!
"This [email] was sent to me and I forwarded it to maybe 20 people," Ruff said. "Family members and I thought friends—it was obviously sent to (a political enemy)."
The e-mail was sent through a personal e-mail of Ruff's, and not one associated with the Assessor's office.
The e-mail was comprised mostly of quotes from Australian Prime Minister John Howard, suggesting that "once [immigrants to Australia] are done complaining, whining, and griping about Our Flag, Our Pledge, Our Christian beliefs, or Our Way of Life, I highly encourage you take advantage of one other great Australian freedom, 'THE RIGHT TO LEAVE.'"
The e-mail ends by urging American readers who agree with the sentiments expressed by Howard to "send on" the e-mail.
Ruff believes that politics, not religion or racism is at the heart of the recent controversy surrounding the e-mail and he said that he feels sorry for the Muslims—who he believes are unknowingly being used to help "a Judas" grind an axe.
And the dhimmis respond.
A press conference held at the American Islamic Association mosque in Frankfort on Tuesday, Aug. 12, by interfaith leaders of the South West Interfaith Team (SWIFT) addressed a July 22 article in the SouthtownStar that printed excerpts of the e-mail. Members of SWIFT representing Christian, Muslim and Jewish faiths condemned the alleged e-mail and ended the press conference with a statement of solidarity, speaking out against religious discrimination and intolerance.
Good man Ruff! He knows the meaning of America.
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