Obama’s DOJ Promises To Keep Serving Muslim Interests

Here’s a measure of just how subservient our present leadership is to American Muslims: Attorney General Eric Holder is reassuring Muslim groups that the Justice Department will continue persecuting prosecuting their enemies after they “raised concerns” the feds were unfairly targeting the Religion of Peace. The trouble, it seems, is that the Justice Department keeps arresting Muslims trying to blow their adopted country to Mahdi-come. According to TheBlaze.com:

Attorney General Eric Holder reiterated his resolve to prosecute hate crimes while standing behind the methods used in anti-terrorism cases during a speech Friday night before a Muslim advocacy group near San Francisco.

Speaking to Muslim Advocates, a San Francisco-based group, Holder told the group that he’s heard from many Muslim and Arab Americans who feel uneasy and singled out by law enforcement.

The organization is one of several groups voicing concerns over hate crimes, alleged rights violations at the hands of law enforcement and the tactics used in anti-terrorism cases.

Carefully-crafted sting operations by FBI and Justice Department officials have included plots against a Portland, Ore., Christmas celebration, Dallas skyscrapers, Washington subways, a Chicago nightclub and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

(You can read more of Holder’s groveling here.) A patriotic Attorney General may have asked his hosts why it is the DoJ arrests Muslims, and only Muslims, ready to perpetrate religious violence against the United States. He would have had the guts to challenge Muslims to assimilate into the mainstream of the United States or to enjoy their privilege of living under their theocratic code of Shari’a law — in some country that follows it.

If Muslims in America paid greater allegiance to the United States than they do to the worldwide Islamic ummah, they would welcome the enhanced scrutiny as their contribution to America’s well-being. Just 50 years ago, John F. Kennedy took great pains to prove he would not subject America to Roman Catholic rule, although Catholics had been present in Maryland since colonial times. Rather than seek approval of the 98-plus percent of Infidel-Americans, Muslims demand their accommodation — probably because they so often receive it.

Instead of calling them to task, Eric Holder is reassuring Muslim organizations — which have been remarkably lax about condemning Muslim terrorism — that he will use his limited resources to jail criminals who commit thoughtcrime in the midst of perpetrating an actual crime.

Forget the fact that, according to the latest FBI statistics, anti-Muslim “hate crimes” are immensely exaggerated. There were one-fifth as many anti-Muslim “hate crimes” last year as there were following 9/11. In fact, numerous other groups — including whites — suffered far more hate crimes in America than Muslims.  There were 107 anti-Muslim “hate crimes” in 2009 vs. 545 anti-white ones. Hell, Pacific Islanders appear to have suffered more hate crimes than Muslims in 2009 (126 for PI and other “Asians”).

Coincidentally, Holder made his promise just as the United Nations is set to vote on the Defamation of Religions Resolution, which would give Islamic regimes international cover to continue persecuting non-Muslims.

The Justice Department long ago sold out the American people to reward Obama’s domestic constituencies — like the Black Panthers — and to punish his political enemies. Holder’s words prove it. Although he is apologizing for arresting Muslim jihadists, Obama has instructed the FBI to monitor pro-life groups, and his Department of Homeland Security issued a report branding Christian conservative military veterans “the most dangerous domestic terrorism threat in the United States.”

Holder’s speech is a facet of Obama’s biggest and most successful community organizing drive of heaping together a Rainbow Coalition to subvert the U.S. Constitution. America desperately needs a president who will serve notice on all enemies — foreign and domestic.