Peaceful Muslims an Endangered Species?
BackgroundA very elusive creature may soon become a fish story. Rarely heard, never actually seen Peaceful Muslims (Muhammadan al Sri Lanka) may soon be declared an endangered species by one of the two U.S. federal agencies, (the Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), which administer the Endangered Species Act of 1973.
Since NOAA already feels significant political pressure to support the highly controversial theory of manmade climate catastrophe, Washington movers and shakers are believed to want the Fish and Wildlife Service to designate Peaceful Muslims as an endangered species until their distribution throughout the U.S. can be restored to "global norms" (~7% in Sri Lanka).
Significant resettlement of Muslim immigrants will be necessary before the population of tagged Peaceful Muslims reaches a goal. Fish and Wildlife experts estimate it will be at least 30 years to hit the target of an identifiable, peaceful population. To assure adequate immigration, federal and state employment quotas may be mandated by the EEOC.
One influential brand of Muslims has seems quite un-endangered:
"Muslims should not have to apologize for San Bernardino shooting" - Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Los Angeles chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations
The other breed (Muhammadan al Sri Lanka) obviously has not.
Submarines are always silent and strange.