“I’ll tell you this — if you do build a mosque, I hope somebody blows it up. I hope the mosque isn’t built, and if it is, I hope it’s blown up.”
Those comments aired live on the radio, less than 36-hours before half-a-dozen terrorists armed with automatic weapons, grenades and suicide jackets stormed into two Ahmadi places of worship in Lahore, killing at least 95 people and injuring over a hundred worshipers.
But that message of hate wasn’t aired in Lahore or even in Pakistan. It was aired live across Houston, Texas.
The man behind the comments was Michael Berry, a former Houston City Council member and an award-winning radio talk show host with KPRC-950 AM.
In fact, the Michael Berry Show, which the comments were made on, was recently named the #1 talk show at 5 pm in the state of Texas. The show also won first place in the Houston Press Club Awards for best radio talk show in 2008.
above news piece was published in a daily..what is this?
Lets guess..he's a republican right? Or right-leaning....
They own the airwaves. It's nothing new.
Blatant calling out to arms on a daily basis..against Muslims and against president Obama.
Who I heard yesterday on my local blog, was a muslim socialist plant groomed and placed here to destroy America.
So I guesss that's the brass tacks of it....they want you to kill all muslims before they take over America.
gee....who could be behind that?????
by Cynthia Taggart 6 years ago
Who is tolerant? Who is intolerant? Who? Whom?I have been answering and leaving comments a lot the last two days. Not that I care - but my score dropped from 80 to 73 in just two days and need to know if the scores are based on subject material. I need to know because I am...
by Baileybear 7 years ago
Check out these comments sent by "believers" to a website promoting religious tolerance http://www.religioustolerance.org/comments2.htm
by Onusonus 4 years ago
Following remarks he made to GQ magazine concerning the Bible and condemning homosexuality, Phil Robertson was recently suspended from the series Duck Dynasty. Do you think his rights to free speech have been violated?
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