After a startling turn of events that should have every freedom loving American concerned, Pastor Terry Jones has announced he has called off his controversial “Burn a Koran Day” protest.
After being condemned by everyone from President Obama to Sean Hannity, after being visited by the FBI and the New Black Panther Party, even after receiving threats of violence from outraged Muslims Pastor Jones held firm to his vow to protest Islamic terror by burning 200 Korans on Saturday, the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks which killed more than 3,000 Americans in the name of Islam. But the pressure Pastor Jones couldn’t stand up to was the one brought on by the mortgage company that holds the deed to his church.
The scheme appears to be a collaboration between multiple companies in order to silence Pastor Jones’s freedom of speech. It all started when Cotton All-Lines Insurance cancelled the commercial insurance policy on his church’s property. This triggered an immediate default on the mortgage.
Then RBC Bank, the mortgage lender, called due the church’s loan giving them a very short time in which to pay off the entire mortgage or see their church stripped from them and sold at auction. They’ll need to come up with $140,000 in just 60 days to stave of foreclosure.
It should be noted that the Royal Bank of Canada has embraced Islam wholeheartedly creating special lines of loans and accounts that are “Sharia compliant” and only available to Muslims.
It is not yet known if the conspiracy to strip Pastor Terry Jones first amendment free speech rights between Cotton All-Lines Insurance and RBC Bank constitutes a crime, but we will keep you informed as more information becomes available.
In the meantime, here’s contact information for the companies so you can let them know how you feel about their efforts to silence speech they don’t agree with:
Cotton All-Lines Insurance: