Pamela Geller and a Righteously Ticked Wild Bill

After the incident in Texas Sunday, Wild Bill had a lot to say at the end of the night.

Here is the incident as reported by Fox news:
Two armed men were killed after opening fire on a security guard outside an exhibit of artistic depictions of the Muslim prophet Muhammad in suburban Dallas Sunday evening.

The city of Garland said in a statement posted on its Facebook page that the men drove up to the Curtis Culwell Center and began shooting at the security officer. Garland Police Department officers returned fire, killing both gunmen, the statement said.

The Garland Independent School District identified the wounded security officer as Bruce Joiner in a statement. The statement added that Joiner was shot in the ankle, was treated and released from a local hospital.

The statement did not say whether the shooting was related to the event.

Authorities said they were worried that the suspects’ car could contain an incendiary device. Several nearby businesses were evacuated as a precaution and a bomb squad was on the scene late Sunday night. Police had cordoned off a large area and at least three helicopters circled overhead.

The Associated Press reported that an officer dressed in SWAT gear took the stage toward the end of the event and told attendees that a shooting had occurred.

About 75 attendees were taken to another room. Later, a group of 48 people were escorted to a school bus. Authorities told attendees they would be taken to a nearby high school. A second group was set to be moved shortly after.

The New York-based American Freedom Defense Initiative had been hosting a contest at the center that would award $10,000 for the best cartoon depicting Muhammad.

Such drawings are deemed insulting to many followers of Islam and have sparked violence around the world. According to mainstream Islamic tradition, any physical depiction of Muhammad — even a respectful one — is considered blasphemous.

Johnny Roby of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, was attending the conference. He told the AP he was outside the building when he heard around about 20 shots that appeared to be coming from the direction of a passing car.

Roby said he then heard two single shots. He said he heard officers yell that they had the car before he was sent inside the building.

Pamela Geller, president of the AFDI, told the AP before Sunday’s event that she planned the contest to make a stand for free speech in response to outcries and violence over drawings of Muhammad.

In January, 12 people were killed by gunmen in an attack against the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which had lampooned Islam and other religions and used depictions of Muhammad.

Though it remained unclear several hours after the shooting whether it was related to event, she said Sunday night that the shooting showed how “needed our event really was.”

Geller’s group is known for mounting a campaign against the building of an Islamic center blocks from the World Trade Center site and for buying advertising space in cities across the U.S. criticizing Islam.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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I will be totally surprised if May and June are not major turning points in this country. Too much is bombarding hourly now for any hope of even a peaceful month. And now we are supposed to cheerfully allow thousands more of these Muslims to land and take over More of our country? Muslim loving mealey-mouthed Kerry, Bumbling touchy-feely Biden, and Obamislam are pushing this country to a breaking point. Between illegals, racial tension, Islam, and Christian fires alone there is a dangerous undercurrent as bad as any rumbling volcano that they are directly responsible for and should be tarred and feathered like days of old. Their demo sheep buddies need to make up their minds which side of the fence is ultimately safer and get there Or run the risk of O’s train running them over like has happened to Hillobama. The people each Demo congressman represents should kick them to the curb for betraying their states.  Baltimore, statistics on muslim shenanigans, Now this with the art exhibit. Wild Bill tells it like it is.

–Uriel–

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23 Responses to Pamela Geller and a Righteously Ticked Wild Bill

  1. Kathy says:

    This is exactly why Gellar had security at this event – she knew some would react in this manner. Just her name alone is a red flag to some of these guys.

    I expect there’s a lot more people just as ticked off as Bill is. One commenter suggested we hold more events like this to draw them out. Not sure what to think about that.

    • upaces88 says:

      Pam Geller must have nerves of steel…so does Wild Bill.
      I have worried and prayed for her safety for a long time.
      I will add Wild Bill to my list.

  2. Uriel says:

    Not sure I would personally encourage a deliberate onslaught tit for tat but standing firm on faith and planned events with good protection is absolutely a good thing.

  3. It is the dysfunction and immaturity of such organizers, Pamela Geller, to promote child like cartoon art exhibits for adults to admire and to worship. As a result, of her consequences, security and police officers are put in harms way, knowing that past identical events have caused protesting and violence among the Muslim Society and towards innocents Muslims who do not believe in Gihad. But some arrogant Americans believe that law enforcement and the child like behavior abusing the Free Speech Amendment immunes the United States of America from another 9-11 and costing us American Taxpayers additional cost to protect our country, putting more American Troops in harms way. Pam Geller, with her arrogant earned wisdom, has taken advantage of the Arab Spring in which it is evolving quickly to an Arab Winter. Her evil ways of protesting under the Amendment of Free Speech to invite Al Quaeda and Isis to come out of Americas Woodwork. Already, our enemy is in our borders alive and ready. Are we arrogant and spoiled child like adults, ready? Is our dysfunctional and immature society ready for another 9-11?

    • Uriel says:

      Jack, that sounded more like threat than observation. Let me say this to you. Our First Amendment has even covered whether the majority liked it or not marches and open flagrant Islamic violations of our country. Whether Ms. Geller and her event was aimed at a group or not, it was peaceful and noted by the area as being acceptable. Christians have stood by for years receiving increasing threats and across the world Death from these radical savages. Those who openly acknowledge Islam can not by the words of their book of laws show allegiance to anything but Islam as their country and their faith under penalty of death. We at least allow greater latitude even for those worshiping other less palatable religions than Christian or Jewish. To expect in the U.S. to allow different lowers us to the same basement level as those practicing radical terrorists but never doubt that this is Our country and it has the right to drawings just as some have displayed works against our beliefs. Not all of the people in the U.S. Are as stupid or cowardly as some in our federal government.

    • Grouchy says:

      Mr Heiny,
      Are we to kneel down in appeasement, a la Neville Chamberlain to Hitler, prior to the start of the Nazi bombardment of England in WW2???
      I would rather see the fruition of the alleged statement of Japanese Admiral Yamamoto, “There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass~!”
      Per the Nox & Friends motto: ” Never Give Up – Never Surrender~!”

    • Kathy says:

      Jack, bear in mind that this event was done in response to the Charlie Hebdo attack. Geller scheduled it at this particular facility because this place also hosted a muslim conference back in January. People were angry that school property could be used for a muslim event while the rest of us are forbidden to pray, carry a Bible or witness for God.

      People protested the muslim event, but nobody fired shots at them. We have the right to demand the same treatment.

    • Uriel says:

      It is naive and immature not to recognize that this threat is imminent Jack, not by our doing I might add.

    • vonmesser says:

      Jack – Might I suggest that if they hold an event like this again (and they should) that PRIVATE security be engaged to set up observation posts to provide high cover for the event. We don’t need a government that advocates “space to destroy” to look out for us. We can look out for ourselves. We don’t need (or want) law enforcement to protect us, we have Amendment 2 to the Constitution of the United States to do that – and we are more than willing to exercise that protection.

      Do you really think she put people in harms way? You place no blame on the psychopathic followers of a religion of hate and total intolerance? Well, maybe. You show no tolerance for her, her rights, or the rights of Americans.

  4. Uriel says:

    Jack, that sounds more like threat than observation. Yes these radical terrorists are here thanks in large part to a pundit Islamic leaning president. The clash is inevitable whether over a piece of art or perceived injustice and naivety can no longer be the order of the masses. Those practicing radical Islam can not according to their own laws support or give allegience to any country or religion other than Islam. Christians are increasingly under threat of death every day that passes. Our First amendment works just fine when they try to disrupt and degrade our people and country so in turn it should be allowed that those who are citizens use their own rights to display their thoughts.

  5. Uriel says:

    It is naive and immature to believe that there is no threat in and on our country. Clash is inevitable when certain religious ideologies proclaim death to all who do not cave to their practices.. While our First Amendment allows for rights that radicalized Islamics take full advantage of, is it not also okay for our own citizens to utilize their own rights?

  6. Grouchy says:

    Fantastic post, Uriel. Kudos.
    Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, Brigette Gabriel, Noni Darwish, Ayaan Hirsi Ali and thousands of others, are all fighting for truth and enlightenment in their own ways. And EACH of those ways is needed.
    And may the Supreme Creator God bless all their efforts, and bring down the evil of the hidden anti-Christ.

  7. Uriel says:

    Thanks Grouchy I agree

  8. Clyde says:

    Got to agree with Bill on this. Jack, why don’t YOU move to somewhere more to YOUR liking ? Say, Teheran ?

  9. Innocent communities, near this Education Hall in which this immature Cartoon Art Exhibit took place, do not deserve to be degraded by such unneccesary violence and shooting. Scaring our children to death. Cartoons are for kids. Not for children to see Islam Cartoons in their coloring books. Or for them to be afraid to play outside in their own yards. Pam Geller is no role model for our Christian Children. Free Speech Amendment was not designed for aggravation violence, property and business dismay, moral devastation, and putting our Police in unneccesary harms way. Our smart ass and arrogant attitude will invite another 9-11. We haven’t learned our lesson!

    • Kathy says:

      I surely do not speak for everyone here, but I have to disagree with you on this one Jack. Free means free.

      Innocent people in Ft. Hood…innocent people on 9/11 in NYC, Pentagon and Pennsylvania, didn’t deserve what they got either, but the muzzies didn’t care,

      You can’t have free speech if part of it is protected or guarded. Gloves are off.

  10. You don’t respect the rights of Christian Children?

    • Kathy says:

      Let’s back up just a bit here, Jack. What lesson did we NOT learn from 9-11?

      The lessons we did learn is that muslims will attack us, no matter what and that they are diabolical in their efforts to take us down. Through ISIS, we’re learning that the lives of people with different opinions, or religions, don’t get to live.

      If we stifle opinions and voices, that brings us down to their level. You can’t tell people they have free speech, except for …(fill in the blank) and you don’t get to put the guilt trip on us about the children. That’s a Dem tactic and it doesn’t work. Speech is either free or it’s not.

      It’s just that simple.

    • Grouchy says:

      ONLY through education, by any and all means necessary and permissible, can the rights of Christian Children, and ALL CHILDREN OF ALL FAITHS!~! be guaranteed.
      Have you seen or researched the moral depravities wreaked upon the children birthed and raised under islam??? If not, I would recommend you do so.
      MAYBE your eyes can be opened. It is rather difficult seeing through lead lenses.

  11. CW says:

    OUCH! You tell ’em, Bill!