Saturday, May 29, 2010

Talk Radio host advocates bombing Ground Zero mosque

This is disgraceful. This is the voice of the right-wing hate behind opposition to Cordoba House. Listen to it.

On Wednesday, a man named “Tony” called into the KTRH-AM (Houston, TX) radio show of right-wing radio host Michael Berry in support of the Muslim center. First, Berry asked the caller whether “Tony” was his real name, because with his accent, he didn’t “sound like a ‘Tony.’” He repeatedly tried to link to the mosque to terrorists, eventually saying that if the mosque is built, he hopes someone blows it up:

BERRY: No, Tony, you can’t build a mosque at the site of 9/11.

TONY: Why not? Why not?

BERRY: No, you can’t. And 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. And I mean that. … It’s right-wing radicals like me that are going to keep this country safe for you and everyone else from the people who are flying the planes from the country you fled from. If you want to identify with those people, go live with them.

Here's the audio:

1 comment:

inspiringmoves said...

hi, i am indonesian. i thought that all american have been a mature and most intellectual society on earth, but sadly i know that because of a few people did wrong things it made some american think base on their hateful prejudice to others. remember brothers, love will show you that you are the winner.


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