[UPDATE: A reader sent this response vai email:
You hit it out of the park with your blog post about the Muslims being shipped into Aberdeen and other SD towns to provide low cost and unskilled labor for the EB-5 projects.
Cory Heidelberger is a victim of the global ruling elite's propaganda as he calls the truth lies and lies the truth:
Several Sioux Falls Muslims and neighbors of other faiths attended a prayer service at the Islamic Center of Sioux Falls yesterday to protest Senate Concurrent Resolution 15, our Republican Legislature’s dogged effort to make Muslims feel like they don’t belong in South Dakota. SCR 15 evolved this week from vote of no confidence in refugee-resettling Lutheran Social Services to a contradictory statement of praise for the President’s “unifying words” and his “commitment to keeping our nation safe from radical Islamic terrorism.”
“Words hurt. They marginalize. They make us the other,” said Taneeza Islam, a Sioux Falls lawyer and community activist. “We are beautiful Americans, and we will no longer stand by to allow for inflammatory rhetoric by our state leaders.”
Members of other faiths appeared, as well, including Father Larry Ort of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Brookings. “Radical Islamic terrorism” disparages all Muslims, Ort said.
“It’s somewhat like our using the term ‘the drunken Irish, the Mexican wetback, the Chinese laundryman,” Ort said [John Hult, “Muslims Reject Radical Label from Senate Resolution,” that Sioux Falls paper, 2017.03.03].
Hult reports that “several lawmakers were on hand,” but alas, the one who gets the ink is Senate Majority Leader R. Blake Curd, who apparently came to poop on the party (the Muslims’ gathering, not his political party):
Senator Blake Curd said, “What we can see is a meaningful look at the immigration system. The reforms that are necessary. Making sure that we understand who comes to the United States. That they are coming here to become a part of that intricate fabric that is the United States to make it a stronger community and a stronger country. Those are the people that we want here.”
Senator Curd told us, he believes the intention of the resolution is not to discriminate towards any religion [Kole Fehling, “Community Comes Together for Muslims,” KDLT, 2017.03.04].
It takes some pretty strong partisan blinders—or maybe just the smug majoritarianism of a rich white male Christian in South Dakota whose never really experienced an attack on his faith by his community leaders—to not see the ill will toward Islam embodied in the original text of SCR 15 and the current language that brackets one specific religion with negative terms
His last paragraph not only is missing a period, it is also missing the truth. Trump and those supporting SCR15 are not attacking all muslims. They have narrowed their attention to the radicalized members that promote violence, which is an act of hatred. Here is more propaganda coming out of Taneeza Isam:
A controversial resolution is making its way through Pierre. Opponents say the recently amended "Senate Concurrent Resolution 15" discriminates against people who practice the Islamic faith.
On Wednesday, The Senate State Affairs Committee voted 6-to-3 to amend SCR 15.
A part of the legislation now reads "A Concurrent resolution, commending President Donald J. Trump in his commitment to keeping the country safe from radical Islamic terrorism." It's that very wording that's not sitting well with some people.
"Associating Islam with terrorism is an outright racist attack on Muslims worldwide," Taneeza Islam, community activist, said.
More than 50 community members crowd the Islamic Center of Sioux Falls. Most are standing in solidarity against Senate Concurrent Resolution 15.
The Law Office of Taneeza Islam provides family and employment based immigration and naturalization legal services throughout the region.
Taneeza's entire law practice is based on immigration law related issues. With this focus, she has an in-depth understanding of the legal intricacies of the field. With this understanding and her ability to relate to immigrant community fears and concerns she is dedicated to providing effective legal representation for your immigration law related needs.
Taneeza specializes in working with clients who speak English as a second language.
So there may be financial and business reasons for Taneeza position on this issue.
A Somali man who came to America as a child refugee has jumped bail and remains at large after being charged with attempted murder in Aberdeen, South Dakota.
Abdirhman Ahmad Noor, 24, is charged with two counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated assault for allegedly shooting at two men on July 8 in or near the parking lot of the Foxridge Apartments in Aberdeen. Noor was said to have chased the two men down, firing at them. One man, Dar’na Tansmore, was hit and laid wounded on the ground when Noor allegedly walked up, stood over his victim and shot him again.
Tansmore was taken to a hospital in Sioux Falls and survived. Police have not given a motive for the shooting.
About half of the residents at the Foxridge Apartments are Somalis, according to Aberdeen residents. The July shooting was followed by another incident involving a drive-by shooting in early September in which no arrests have been made. On Aug. 14, another incident took place just south of the apartments when a man identified as Ehkhu Poe allegedly charged a police officer with a knife and was shot twice but survived to face charges.
Some residents told the local paper they want to move, while others said they live in fear and keep their doors locked all the time.
Noor was scheduled to appear in circuit court in Aberdeen Tuesday for a pre-trial hearing, but he failed to appear. A bench warrant was issued for his arrest.
Just before 6 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday, the Brown County Jail confirmed to WND that Noor was still not incarcerated there.
His attorneys had also filed a motion to suppress information Noor gave to local police, arguing that English was his second language, according to court documents.
Lutheran Social Services South Dakota has been paid by the federal government to resettle 947 Somali refugees in South Dakota since 2002. Most are sent to the cities of Sioux Falls and Huron, but some make secondary migration to Aberdeen to work in the meatpacking and molded fiberglass plants there.
The FBI has confirmed that more than 40 Somali refugees in Minnesota have left the state to join foreign terrorist organizations including al-Shabab in Somalia and ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
More than 132,000 Somali refugees have been resettled in more than 200 U.S. cities and towns since civil war broke out in Somalia in 1991. Somali refugees have recently been implicated in terrorist knife attacks on the campus of Ohio State University on Nov. 28 and at the Crossroads Mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, on Sept. 17 last year. Eleven were wounded at Ohio State and 10 were wounded in the St. Cloud attack.
So we have a major Somali refugee problem in Cory's home town that he refuses to address.
Perhaps Taneeza's and Heidelbeger's agenda is to turn South Dakota into Shariahville:
Just a few weeks after an Atlanta-area school superintendent issued a statement warning school employees not to say anything about immigrants that might be deemed discriminatory, a Detroit-area school system has branded itself a “safe haven” for refugees and immigrants.
Hamtramck Public Schools will provide “community resources” and “access to legal services” for any families negatively impacted by President Trump’s policies, according to a statement published in a Detroit newspaper.
“All Hamtramck schools are safe havens with a commitment to help all immigrant families connect with the needed resources to avoid deportation,” Superintendent Thomas Niczay told the Detroit News.
Hamtramck passed a resolution with the “safe haven” designation in January, before Trump even took office.
“As a board and a school district, we thought ahead and wanted to have a resolution in place to make our community know that whatever happens after January, Hamtramck Public Schools will be home away from home for their children,” Hamtramck school board secretary Salah Hadwan, whose family emigrated from Yemen, told the News.
Hamtramck achieved notoriety in November 2015 when it elected the nation’s first Muslim-majority city council, after which it took on the name of “Shariahville” among some Michiganians who saw the town as an example of what they didn’t want their cities to become.
Hamtramck also became one of the first cities to allow a mosque to broadcast the Islamic call to prayer over loudspeakers in 2004, leading many ethnic Polish residents to move out of the city and head for the suburbs.
Cory's agenda is based on his cultural Neo-Marxist based hatred of the rich, the white man, and Christians...who are the majority. So bring in more Muslims so that eventually they out number white male Christian, and Cory and his gang of revolutionaries can have their way.
What Cory refuses to accept is his propaganda is helping the rich obtain cheap labor for the Aberdeen Beef plant and other businesses. I wonder if behind the scenes the liberals running the SDGOP are thankful for Cory's work.