"The Racism of Lower Expectations" - Tarek Fatah | Beaufort County Now | I was sent this video by George Schryer, and it sent chills down my spine. These are words of reality that must be heeded, here in America and around the free world. | Islamic Fascism, Muslim Racism, Tarek Fatah, United States of America's War on Terror

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"The Racism of Lower Expectations" - Tarek Fatah

   Publisher's Note: Outside of the need to eventually make money, we built the structure of Symbiotic Publisher, as an effective information platform, to give voice to diverse ideas in order to begin the process of helping folks shake-off the in-curiosity that shackles our people. Thanks for the contribution George.

   I was sent this video by George Schryer, who often is a contributor to BCN, and it sent chills down my spine. These are words of reality that must be heeded, here in America and around the free world.

    The speaker in the video, Tarek Fatah, is a Canadian citizen of Arab descent, who understands well the dynamics of Islamic Facism, which is the certain antagonist in the USA's War on Terror. In the video, Mr. Fatah speaks from the heart, with an intrinsic knowledge, and a profound wisdom of the total abject racism that is Islamic Fascism.

    Tarek Fatah is the author of Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State. In the video below, Mr. Fatah is speaking to a large group, consisting mostly of Canadians.
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