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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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  1. The ACLU is a liberal interest group that is working with the left to create a socialist government that controls the entire world.

  2. “ACLU Actively Assisting With Soros-Driven Protest Organization After Accepting Funds From The Open Society Institute”
    Pictured: Mr. Shakir speaking at Capitol Hill
    by William Craddick – March 6, 2017

    “ACLU Kicks Off “People Power” Protest and Resistance Project”
    by Warren Mass – march 17, 2017


    The Post went on to identify Faiz Shakir, the ACLU’s new political director, as the key point man in the People Power project. A profile of Shakir on the ACLU website explains that as national political director, he oversees the ACLU’s National Political Advocacy Department, which houses the organization’s Washington Legislative Office and State Advocacy and Policy departments. Prior to taking on that position, Shakir served as an advisor to both Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, where he helped “wage key fights on behalf of the LGBT and Muslim American communities.” This latter description is nothing if not humorous, considering that, with few exceptions, practically all scholars of Sharia, or Islamic law, interpret homosexual activity as a punishable offence as well as a sin.

    The Post quoted Shakir’s explanation of the ACLU involvement in the judicial ruling that stopped Trump’s January 27 executive order restricting travel to the United States from seven Muslim-majority nations where terrorism was widespread. (On January 28, U.S. District Court Judge Ann Donnelly, a U.S. District judge of the Eastern District of New York in Brooklyn, ruled in favor of a petition filed by ACLU on behalf of two Iraqi men who were detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport the previous day under the executive order.)

    In an interview following the March 11 event, Shakir said there was a connection between the widespread protests against the executive order and the way the judge ruled. “It was clear that mass mobilization really changed the way that judges viewed that,” Shakir said. “I saw that as the beginning. Mass mobilization has the ability not only to shape how judges see the law, but mayors, governors, school boards, sheriff departments.”

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