Letter to the Editor Jane Lovell

by | Aug 6, 2015 | Opinion

Letter to the Editor,

I want to urge Farmersville residents to stand up for our town. In years past, our ancestors worked hard to make our community the special place that it is. Let’s save our heritage.

A Muslim cemetery at the gateway to our community is not the right location. In the coming years, this area will face major growth. This cemetery would not benefit our residents and is not wanted by the majority.

It is not un-Christian to stand up for America and not let a people who have no intention of assimilating with us come and change our way of life. It is amazing how many people do not realize the danger of letting them get a foothold. Their religion cannot be separated from their legal system. Sharia law cannot co-exist with U.S. and State Constitutional Law.

Audie Murphy and other Americans fought on foreign soil for America. It’s time for us to defend our homeland on our soil.

Stand up for Farmersville. Don’t be brainwashed. Learn about Muslims and their intentions for our country.

Jane Lovell

Farmersville

 

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