Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 9.27.02 AMThe United States must be moving into some kind of twilight reality.

In 2015, it’s almost impossible to speak out against the horrors of Islam without being labeled an “Islamaphobe.”

If you dare defame a religion built on the abuse of non-muslims, women, Jews, and  apostates it means you’re some kind of bigot who doesn’t care about other people.

The issue has recently come to the front lines of conversation after Pam Geller hosted a “Draw Mohammed” event in Texas that drew the ire of two ISIS backed radicals and inspired them to attack.

Liberals responded to the event and said Americans shouldn’t have the right to say anything against Islam as it might cause more violence.

And the government has also enacted policies to ensure Muslims don’t feel offended.

Both here in the U.S. as well as aboard.

One notable instance was how the U.S. embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia decided they were going to celebrate the 4th of July an entire month early.

Their aim was to avoid offending Muslims as they celebrated the holiday of Ramadan which would last from June 17th-July 17th.

Remember, a 4th of July celebration would be conducted at the embassy, which is American property, and would in no way conflict with residents’ ability to celebrate their holiday.

But the U.S. is making this bold gesture to Muslims are aware of how tolerant we are.

The Jakarta Post wrote on the move:

The United States Embassy enjoyed its annual 4th of July celebration on Thursday, June 4, one month early, in order to respect the upcoming Ramadhan month, which will begin on June 17 and last for one month.

US Ambassador to Indonesia Robert O. Blake and US Ambassador to ASEAN Nina Hachigian presided over the festivities, which involved brass band renditions of the Star-Spangled Banner and the Indonesian national anthem, Indonesia Raya.

Blake explained that the theme of the event leaned toward “green” development, which supported the US’ focus on building and promoting a green economy and more environmentally sustainable development.

He also praised Indonesia’s performance as a fully functioning democracy, aiming for further collaboration between the two countries in the years to come.

“The US will continue to support Indonesia in the future through its democratic achievements. Democracy is an American value which we have championed since [the country’s birth in] 1776,” Blake told the crowd during the festivities at his residence near Taman Suropati, Central Jakarta, on Thursday.

He added that moving the 4th of July celebrations to June 4 was one done out of respect for the upcoming Ramadhan month, which will last from June 17 to July 17.

What a noble gesture.

Think any of those Islamic countries would do the same thing for the United States when holidays are celebrated here?

You already know the answer to that.

Every time our government makes moves like this it’s a sign of weakness. We’re bowing to Islamic belief while refusing to honor our own sovereignty. Exposing the nape of our proverbial neck to a global enemy.

You can be sure this has everything to do with who’s in the Oval Office.

Had Bush been in office we would have never made such a weak-handed gesture.

But that’s the United States today. Land of the semi-free and home to a nation growing in the number of cowards per capita.

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