Riley J. Hood: How About Those Muslim Student Union Alums?

Riley J. Hood is the chairman of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin. He ran for U.S. Senate in 2012 as a write-in candidate and received 70 votes. 

How About Those MSA Alums?

Wherefore is there a price in the hand of a fool to get wisdom,
seeing he hath no heart to it?” Proverbs 17:16

By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman

            Liberals are want to think, “Maybe these Muslims are ignorant,” and with an education funded by the American tax-payer, they won’t be violent and domineering. In an effort to placate these folks, we steal money from the American worker’s pocket to subsidize an education that the average American, could never afford.

Of course, on campus, there are Muslim Student Unions, and Muslim Student Associations. Liberals wouldn’t want false religionists to not have a strong sense of self-esteem. The MSA are some real achievers, here are some of their Alumni:

  • Anwar al-Awlaki: MSA President at Colorado State became the leader for external operations for Al-Queda in the Arabian Peninsula.
  • Ziyad Khaleel: MSA President at Columbia College became Al-Queda’s procurement agent inside the United States.
  • Abu Mansoor al-Amriki: MSA President at the University of Southern Alabama is now the spokesman for Al-Queda in Somalia.
  • Wa’el Hamza Juliadan MSA President at Arizona U became a co-founder of Al-Queda.
  • Abdul Rahman Alamoudi: a former MSA National President who is now serving a 23 year sentence as a sponsor of terrorism.
  • Ali Asad Chandia: MSA President at Montgomery College; was sentenced to 15 years for providing material support to terrorist organizations.
  • Ramy Zamza:m. President of the MSA-DC Council; jailed in Pakistan for joining the Taliban

I read the above in Daniel Greenfield’s “Muslim Hate Groups on Campus.” Where the 911 terrorists unlearned men?  Mohammad Atta, the field leader of the 911 attacks Mohammad Atta studied architecture at Cairo University, graduating in 1990, and studied urban planning in Hamburg, Germany at the Technical University of Hamburg.  Hani Hanjour another 911 terrorist came to the United States in 1991 to study English at the University of Arizona’s Center for English as a Second Language.  Khalid Sheik Mohammad was an engineering student at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.  All of this is further proof that education doesn’t make productive citizens out of criminals. What education does is make evil men smarter and more efficient in their destructive ways. What is the difference between the above mentioned Muslims, and the mobs that pour out of Mosques and stone people, or hack them with machetes? It is not a change of heart; it is a difference in the means they possess to achieve their wicked ends.To educate an evil man, is to empower him to commit greater acts of violence.

The issue is finally being raised that government should get out of education altogether. This has been a hallmark of the Constitution Party from its inception. The CP Platform states, “All teaching is related to basic assumptions about God and man. Education as a whole, therefore, cannot be separated from religious faith. The law of our Creator assigns the authority and responsibility of educating children to their parents. Education should be free from all federal government subsidies, including vouchers, tax incentives, and loans, except with respect to veterans.” Our CPoW Platform states, “The State Government has no legitimate role in either subsidizing or regulating education. To that end, CPoW supports amending the Wisconsin Constitution to remove the State of Wisconsin from any role in education.”
The economist, Dr. Richard Vedder wrote in the May/June Imprimius magazine that the federal loan programs are expensive, inefficient, and failed. He further wrote about the long-term burden of student debt and the inflated tuition prices. He referred to people partying away their grant money, and failing their courses. He wrote about bartenders, cab-drivers, lot-attendants, hair dressers, and janitors with bachelor degrees. He didn’t mention terrorists.

10 thoughts on “Riley J. Hood: How About Those Muslim Student Union Alums?

  1. paulie

    So, out of several million American Muslims and foreign exchange students we have a tiny handful of terrorists. And that justifies broad based Islamophobia…about as much as disliking the 70 misguided folks who voted for Riley Hood would justify disliking the entire state of Wisconsin and all the people who live there.

  2. Dr. Jimmy Rustles

    Wow, a whole seven people. That’s the whole Islamic community.

  3. Cody Quirk

    Yeppers, it’s pretty sad that this man is a CP State Chairman, and one that Randy Stufflebeam is buddies with too.

    But then again, it’s not my problem.

  4. paulie

    The biggest irony is that he is a religious extremist much like the Muslim extremists he rails against. Meanwhile there are plenty of Christians, Muslims etc. that get along just fine, and would be even better off if religious extremists of all stripes would just leave them alone.

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