Pamela Geller (born June 14, 1958)[6] is an American political activist[7] and commentator. She is known for her writings critical of Islam, opposition to the proposed construction of an Islamic community center and mosque near the former site of the World Trade Center, and sponsorship of the “Draw the Prophet” cartoon contest in Garland, Texas.[1][8] She says her blogging and campaigns in the United States are against what she terms “creeping Sharia” in the country. Multiple groups have described her as Islamophobic. 

Geller is currently the president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative which she co-founded with Robert Spencer.[10][11] The American Freedom Defense Initiative has been designated an anti-Muslim hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.[12] The British government barred Geller’s entry into the UK in 2013 saying her presence would “not be conducive to the public good.”[13] She and Spencer co-authored the book The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America in 2010.[5] The Huffington Post has called her “far right”, while others, such as the BBC, contrast her right-wing support for small government with her culturally liberal positions on abortion and same sex marriage. 

 

Personal life

Geller is the third of four sisters born to the Jewish[3] family of Reuben, a textile manufacturer, and Lillian Geller.[1] She grew up in Hewlett Harbor, in New York‘s Long Island.[15]:136 She helped out in her father’s business, where she learned to speak fluent Spanish.[16] Two of her sisters became doctors, and the third became a teacher.[1] Geller attended Lynbrook High School and Hofstra University, though she left before completing her degree.[1] She was married to Michael Oshry from 1990 until the couple divorced in 2007, and is the mother of four children.[1] As of April 2013 she was living in Hewlett, New York. ** I could find no such photos of Geller’s parents, ex husband, or children.

 

Views

Geller opposes both political Islam[1] and radical Islam.[3][8][17] [33] ***Geller has said of herself that she has “no problem with Islam.” I have a problem with political Islam.”[1] In particular, she says jihadism is a threat to civilization.[3] After expressing her anti-jihad views in controversial subway ads[34] she was called an anti-Muslim bigot and racist by Muneer Awad of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.[35][36] Geller responded to such charges by noting that the ads weren’t directed at all Muslims but “only those who engaged in what she characterizes as ‘Jihad’.”[37]

 

 

Critics believe she crosses the line from a focused criticism of Islamism to a broader hostility towards Islam in general. When she called for an official classification of Islam as “a political movement … authoritarian and supremacist … as well as a religion,” the ADL responded that “[w]hile the threat of Islamic extremism is a legitimate concern, such a simplistic initiative fails to distinguish between the general Muslim population and extremists motivated by radical interpretations of Islam.”[38] Geller repeatedly denies that she is categorically anti-Muslim. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pamela_Geller

Pamela has been called the bikini blogger: Geller’s waist looks straight in the one photo with no visible hips and perhaps the navel is a little high up, but it’s hard to tell from this angle.

Curtis Culwell Center attack

Geller helped to organize a “Draw the Prophet” cartoon contest on May 3, 2015, at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas, the same site where a Muslim group held a “Stand With the Prophet” event in January 2015 after the Charlie Hebdo shooting.[10][89] The same day, shots were fired at the event in Garland, resulting in the death of two suspects and the injury of one Garland Independent School District (ISD) police officer.[90] The decision to hold the cartoon contest received both criticism and support from a number of journalists and other public figures.

Political blogger Pamela Geller, American Freedom Defense Initiative's Houston-based founder, speaks at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest, which is sponsored by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, in Garland, Texas May 3, 2015. Two gunmen opened fire on Sunday at the art exhibit in Garland, Texas, that was organized by an anti-Islamic group and featured caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad and were themselves shot dead at the scene by police officers, city officials and police said. REUTERS/Mike Stone

Political blogger Pamela Geller, American Freedom Defense Initiative’s Houston-based founder, speaks at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest, which is sponsored by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, in Garland, Texas May 3, 2015. Two gunmen opened fire on Sunday at the art exhibit in Garland, Texas, that was organized by an anti-Islamic group and featured caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad and were themselves shot dead at the scene by police officers, city officials and police said. REUTERS/Mike Stone

June 2015 assassination plot

On June 2, 2015, a 26-year-old Muslim man, identified as Usaamah Rahim, was shot and killed by police officers in Boston after waving a military knife at them and then charging at them with it. Reported to have been radicalized by the militant Islamist group ISIS, Rahim had devised a plot to travel out of the state and assassinate Geller by beheading her in retaliation for her Muhammad art exhibit and contest that was attacked nearly a month earlier. However, he allegedly abandoned the plan after becoming too impatient and decided to behead police officers instead.

Upon learning of the assassination plot, Geller said in an interview with CNN, “They targeted me for violating Sharia blasphemy laws. They mean to kill everyone who doesn’t do their bidding and abide by their law voluntarily. (…) This is a showdown for American freedom. Will we stand against this savagery or bow down to them and silence ourselves?” She also added, “Drawing a cartoon warrants chopping my head off? I don’t understand it. What happened to give me liberty or give me death?”

Pamela Geller is interviewed at The Associated Press, Thursday, May 7, 2015 in New York. Geller is one of the nation’s most outspoken critics of Islamic extremism, taking the hard-edge view that such extremism sprouts not from fringe elements but the tenets of the religion itself. She was the organizer of a controversial cartoon contest about the Prophet Muhammad in Texas last weekend where two men started shooting before they were killed by police. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Pamela Geller is interviewed at The Associated Press, Thursday, May 7, 2015 in New York. Geller is one of the nation’s most outspoken critics of Islamic extremism, taking the hard-edge view that such extremism sprouts not from fringe elements but the tenets of the religion itself. She was the organizer of a controversial cartoon contest about the Prophet Muhammad in Texas last weekend where two men started shooting before they were killed by police. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

 

Pamela’s jaw and face are shaped like a male; there is a bulging throat visible in various photos, the shoulders are wider than the hips and the cheeks appear to be high and prominent, the neck seems long, the head is sloping back, the hairline is more male looking; a male brow ridge is visible, and the ears and mouth appear large; especially the ears; and the head appears large for the body in the center photo. The tops of the arms appear to be muscular like a male.

A MTF & Controlled Opposition? You decide.

 

 

The image of the beast is baphomet:  transgendered. All who worship his image shall at the time of great tribulation be transgendered and transgender.

Revelation 13:15-18 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.  

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