Friday, October 22, 2010

Michigan Woman Cited For Violating The Fair Housing Act By Michigan Department Of Civil Rights For Advertising For A Christian Roommate In Her Own Home

This story makes me glad that Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan vetoed Ordinance #64 after it was passed during the summer of 2009. This could potentially be taking place here. A Michigan woman who advertised for a Christian roommate to share her own home has been cited for discrimination by an inquisitor with the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR). This story has been picked up by the Council of Conservative Citizens and Liberty Pundits and Stormfront.

According to WorldNetDaily, which originated the story, a single 31-year-old woman identified only as Tricia, who owns her own home in an unspecified part of Michigan, wanted a roommate. So she posted a notice on her church's bulletin board. The notice contained the following sentence: "I am looking for a Christian roommate,..."

BANG! Some snitch saw it and took offense to the exclusionary sentence, claiming that the statement expresses an illegal preference for a Christian roommate, thus excluding people of other faiths, and ratted her out to the Fair Housing Center of West Michigan, a private organization, who in turn forwarded it to the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MCDR). The MCDR tasked Tyra Khan to investigate, and she filed a complaint against the lady for violating the Fair Housing Act by discriminating against those of other faiths. Tyra Khan has been working for the MCDR as a civil rights racketeer since at least 2002 (scroll down to pp 16-17 of the link).

But to demonstrate how completely clueless the MCDR actually is, the MCDR also ordered the defendant to provide information about her agent, the names and addresses of her management personnel, a copy of her anti-discrimination policy, addresses of her properties, tenants, witnesses and a copy of the advertisement.

Excuse me! This is a single private home we're talking about here, occupied by the owner. There is NO agent. There are NO management personnel. There is NO anti-discrimination policy. There are NO addresses of properties, other than her own home. And there are NO tenants. The MCDR could have easily discerned this by either calling the lady or driving to her home. But they chose to go bureaucratic and use the hammer. No problem for them -- they get can all the resources they want. But the lady in question cannot. In the civil rights racket, the presumption of guilt is enforced



That's why the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) got involved on behalf of the lady. ADF spokesman Joel Oster confirmed they sent a letter to the state explaining that such housing rules don't apply to people living in their own homes and wanting to share their resources. The lady is not prohibited by either federal law or state law from seeking a Christian roommate. Neither Title VII of the US Fair Housing Civil Rights Act of 1968 nor the Elliot Larsen Civil Rights Act No. 453 prevents a woman like her from seeking a Christian roommate. The letter asked for an immediate dismissal of the case, but Oster says he has not yet received a response.

WND contacted MDCR spokesman Harold Core, who said the case had been determined to be legitimate and the investigation was continuing. He cited a regulation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and explained the state of Michigan agrees to enforce federal regulations. He further explained that section 604C states it is a "violation to make, print or publish or cause to be made, printed or published any notice, statement or advertisement with respect to the sale or rental of a dwelling that indicates any preference" for a list of nondiscrimination categories, including religious belief. Core concluded that the complaint specifically alleges the woman's statement, "I am looking for a Christian roommate," prevents people of other faiths from contacting the woman and making arrangements to share her home with her.

But that's precisely the point. The lady wants to prevent people of other faiths from contacting her, because she only wants to share her home with a Christian. It is HER home, after all. Does she not have a right to control who lives with her?

Apparently not in Soviet America. This is why, when we Alaskans go to the polls on November 2nd, neither Scott McAdams nor Lisa Murkowski are the best choices. McAdams actually wants to perpetuate and further enshrine the present system, and Murkowski merely wants to re-arrange the deck chairs on the Titanic. Both preach reform when what we really need is revolution. Joe Miller offers revolution. Send him to Washington, and he will join with others such as Jim DeMint, Mike Lee, and Rand Paul to kick the table over and start a new game.

2 comments:

  1. THE WOMAN "POSTED A NOTICE ON HER CHURCH'S BULLETIN BOARD,"SHE DID NOT POST A NOTICE IN A PUBLIC PLACE(SUPERMARKET,COURTHOUSE ECT AL.)THE snitch WAS A MEMBER OF HER CHURCH. GOES TO SHOW THAT ZOG HAS IT'S SPIES EVERYWHERE.KILL ZOG."tyra khan"MUST BE A "ABOVE THE LAW" kike,reptilian,neanderthal,zionist,bolshevik,shiteater.DIE BITCH.

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  2. Sending new faces to the distinct of corruption(dc)will not change anything.Only by forming up politically outside of ZOG's structures will true change take place.Establishing political authority is the eternal first step.

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