On April 6 Cory Heidelberbger puts up a post titled, "Anti-Islam Speaker Brings Propaganda Pole Dance to Aberdeen Tonight", which starts out with this:
The local xenophobes club is bringing another anti-Islam rant session to Aberdeen tonight. The session with Clare Lopez will do nothing to advance Aberdeen’s economy or culture. It certainly will not advance fact. Part of a cluster of fact-free celebrations of bigotry happening around the state this month, this “Americans First, Task Force” seems to serve no purpose than to stoke an angry conservative voter base just in time for another election.
I have as little need or desire to sit through another of these dreary, un-American programs as I do to sit through a performance at the local nudie bar to know what will happen.
We know the contents of Clare Lopez’s propaganda pole dance. We can view her material on any number of filthy websites (although with the new sell-our-data law Kristi, Mike, and John voted for, I hesitate to access these sites, even for mere research).
Just as at the strip club, a woman will stand before a leering audience and peddle lies. She will tease her audience into believing that behavior that would be unacceptable in most public settings is perfectly fine in this darkened room. She will tease her viewers into thinking they are viewing deep, exotic truths that make them better, more manly.
Using a misogynist assault on a female does nothing to refute her research. It is Cory Heidelberger and his so-called tolerant activists, along with the fake news sources in South Dakota, that are pedaling lies. One of Cory's links is to a piece of fake news put out by the Argus Leader:
Local Muslim groups say a talk next week on the dangers of Islam and refugee resettlement represents a message of intolerance and hate.
The April 9 event at the Hilton Garden Inn South features Tennessee radio host and author Brannon Howse and Spokane, Wash.-based Pastor Shahram Hadian, an Iranian-born former Muslim who’s converted to Christianity.
Hadian’s talk is entitled “Sabotaging America: Islam’s March Towards Supremacy.” Howse’s is called “Genesis to Revelation: A Biblical Worldview Briefing on the Past, Current and Future World Events.”
Hadian plans to address the importance of “extreme vetting of Muslim immigrants,” the event’s registration page says, due to the “clear and present threat ISIS poses to America as they have boasted of placing their terrorists among the refugees flooding into America.”
Hadian’s messages, which paint Islam as a religion of violence, have drawn criticism from Islamic groups as representing a message of intolerance.
An email to Hadian’s Truth in Love Project Ministry was not returned Friday.
A survey found that more than one in three U.S. Muslims fear they could be targeted by white supremacist groups following President Donald Trump's election. 42 percent say their children have been bullied in school because of their faith. Wochit
In February, Haidan’s ministry was listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate group activity in the U.S.
Taneeza Islam, a local immigration lawyer and organizer for the local Muslim community, mentioned the upcoming talk during a panel on hate crimes Thursday at the downtown library in Sioux Falls.
She cited speakers like Howse and Hadian as part of a prejudicial undercurrent that inspires fear among ethnic minorities nationwide. In Sioux Falls, that fear has grown in recent years.
The SPL Center’s website saw the number of hate groups listed as “anti-Muslim” jump from 34 in 2015 to 101 in 2016.
“Even though there haven’t been violent crimes in our area, the fear is there,” Islam said.
Islam said she’s pressed the Hilton Garden Inn South on whether their event policy excludes hate speech and hasn’t heard from them.
Representatives from the hotel did not respond to a request for comment Friday.
Mohammed Sherif, co-founder of the Islamic Center of Sioux Falls, said the community will respond peacefully to express their opposition. Sherif sees the rally, one of a handful planned across the Midwest in April, is an extension of resolutions in Pierre aimed at labeling Islam as terrorism.
I attended the event on April 9, and now I know that it is a fact that Islam is about terrorism as a Muslim attending the event used Facebook and guns to promote terror. I also understand that not all Muslims practice Islamic Jihad. It is promoted worldwide by the Muslim Brotherhood, including America. As I stated before, Teensa Islam has an agenda and it includes lies to deny the truth about Islamic Jihad that we now know has a foothold in Sioux Falls. Here is the proof as it was on display April 9th during a peaceful gathering of Christians:
I believe the useful idiots in the fake news media fanned the flames that led to what was about to occur. We knew protestors would be on hand, and so to protect the 500 plus in attendance at our conference, we hired four off duty police officers. We had people standing and sitting on the floors as the hotel conference center ran out of chairs.
Shahram spoke first and then a few minutes into my talk a self-described Muslim man stood at the back of the auditorium and filmed his Koran for about 45 seconds before panning the crowd. We later found out he was live streaming on Facebook.
One of our off duty police officers approached this man that was holding a Koran, filming our event and wearing a T-shirt that said he was a Muslim. The officer asked the man to stop filming as we had announced at the beginning of the conference that no audio or video recording would be permitted. Upon being approached, the man announced immediately that he was leaving. The officer asked him if he had a concealed weapon on his person to which he said he did. The man also told the officer he was live streaming on Facebook. When the officer asked his name he told the officer “John Smith, the Muslim John Smith.” The Muslim man then proceeded out to his car in the parking lot where he filmed two more Facebook live videos. He was clearly angry and discussed that Shahram and I were promoting books. He seemed very upset with the resources he saw on our resource tables. He then began showing the camera 3 pistols, two assault weapons, and what appeared to be an extended magazine. With the brandishing of each weapon to the camera he said “be afraid” or “be terrified.” In fact, he said “be terrified” twice. Now how is that not a terroristic threat? Please remember, he is in the parking lot of our Christian conference that is being attended by some 500 men, women and children. The attendees included a state representative and a state senator.
Go to the above links to learn how Cory Heidelberger, Teensa Islam, the Sioux Falls Islamic Center, the Argus Leader, Keloland, and others are teaming up to allow Islamic Jihad to take a foothold in South Dakota as they deny its existence by promoting lies and false accusation against Christians and conservatives. It is now time for the good people of South Dakota to stand up against this very real threat. Teensa Islam does not want South Dakota to know the truth, so she urged the Garden Hilton to silence the voice of a Christian whose ministry is Truth in Love. Cory Heidelberger wants to silence the truth, so he banned me from responding to his lies and intolerant anti-Christian bigotry on his fake news web site that he deceptively calls "Dakota Free Press". As shown at the top of this post, he used that web site to make a connection between conservatives and those who go to nudie bars as he could not do the impossible...refute the truth that is being presented at these conferences. Now is the time to use what happened on April 9 in the parking lot of the Sioux Falls Garden Hilton to warn South Dakota that we are now targeted by Islamic Jihad. It is time for us to upgrade our abilities of discernment to see the lies for what they are, a smoke screen to hide the real agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood and its front groups here in America, including South Dakota.