Skip to comments.Who are the Biggest Islamo-Fascist Apologists in America?
Posted on 09/02/2010 7:33:47 PM PDT by joeblough_freerepublic
Mohammedanism is referred to as a religion. Religion in the mind of most people denotes a private spiritual discipline, a morality shared with a surrounding community, and in the biblical cultures, a personal relation with God. And Islam certainly does include a religion among its doctrines.
However Islam (an arabic word meaning submission) is more than only a religion. As understood and practiced in Arabia, Iran, parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan and many other places, it is a total system of life, governing the details of domestic life, government, jurisprudence the lot from the nations policies to the courts of law to whats for lunch. And make no mistake, as practiced full out by the orthodox, it is a totalitarian, and grossly oppressive ideology.
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America is in a history making fight on two fronts. On one front, the modern, but all too familiar battle against the left -- overweaning gov't, socialist economics (and worse) -- on the other the historically older but unfamiliar to post-WWII America, the battle against Islamo-Fascism.
It is bad enough when jihaddists feed propaganda to the media, worse yet when Americans do it for them.
Yup. Both of them need to be liquidated.
ALL of TV is. ALL of it. F TV.
Fox’s largest single shareholder is one of the money men bankrolling the export of Islam to the west. He also has investments in TW/CNN and ABC/Disney.
The biggest apologist? Esposito at Georgetown.
The Muslim Brotherhood in the 1970’s actually got together to do a strategic assessment of the Arab Israeli conflict. They could not fathom why the US who relies on the Arabs for oil side with Israel, and why Jews representing no more then 3 percent of the population weld such strong political influence in the US Congress. They figured it out, it was proper placement of money/donations and organizing into very active voting blocs that high percentage of the ethnic group would register and vote. This is very critical if only 60 percent of eligible voters register, and only 60 percent of the registered voters go out and vote. In essence a typical election about 36 percent of eligible voters actually vote.
If you are 3 percent of the population and over 80 percent vote, you i essense represent 2.4 persons of 36 voters out of 100 eligibles. In a close election where 18 vote for Dems and 18 vote for GOP, being 2.4 of 18 voters or about more than 1 in 9 voters for the winning combination can make your ethnic group potent despite the fact you are only 3 out of 100 in the overall population. It also doesn’t hurt if a sizeable portion of your ethnic group is prevalent in the professions (law) and financial/investment/banking giving you access and inside knowledge of money which spells donations and etc for political parties and politicians.
The Arabs have mastered the part with money and law. Muslims in the US backed by Muslim Brotherhood are using lawfare (lawsuits) as well as donations to universities, financing investments, making offers of lucrative jobs in well financed Arab funded think tanks, investment funds and etc to former government officials and politicians. Why do you think Mayor Bloomberg, a Jew supports the Ground Zero Mosque in NYC? His company just openned an office in Dubai and he doesn’t want to jeopardize it.
The only thing the Arabs haven’t achieved is creating a unified voting bloc out of its Arab immigrants in the US. Last census indicate they are reaching population levels similar to American Jews. Arabs are too diverse in the US to unify like the Jews, but their growth rate can make them larger then the Jewish population in the US thus some political party will cater to them just like the Hispanics are being pandered to. The timetable is determined by any terrorist attacks on US soil. One of the biggest critics of Al Qaida is the Muslim Brotherhood, because the violent acts were exposing the Muslim velvet fist invasion of our government, universities and corporations. They do not want public US scrutiny until it is too late.
There is something else, something more important, I think, than the rather clever statistical calculations you recount, in pro-Israel American voting habits.
The fact is that from a doctrinal and traditional point of view — the inhumanities of autocratic and collectivist Europe notwithstanding — Jews and Christians are theological cousins and share a common canonical base, the Bible.
The koran may refer to some names from the bible, but it ain’t the bible. Different book, different story.
To say nothing of the fact that many many American Christians take Jesus’ word on being straight with Israel seriously.
This is something the Mohammedans normally don’t get, and to the extent that they do, they try to deny — substituting instead the propaganda baloney about the “three Abrahamic religions”.
Abraham, however notable as a star in the bible, (a cameo appearance) is not a big figure in friday night or sunday morning sermons. Moses, yes. Jesus, yes. Abraham ... eh! Once in a long while, sort of like your grand-dad’s grand-dad. Grand-dad’s grand-dad get’s mentioned every 10 years at somebody’s wedding or funeral or baptism.
They can try to manipulate it with money, bribes, media coverage and what all else have you ...
I’m betting on the Christians.
Can I use it online as an illustration? Huh? Please! Pretty Please!
Whaddya say. OK to use?
Well, I instinctively incline to your sentiment, but I have to admit that Beck, and to a larger extent Hannity, have been making meaningful moves in the direction of resisting the Jihad.
Small and only occasional moves but meaningful moves. I suspect that they are pressing the limits of their employers’ tolerance, and deserve credit for it.
That said, yes. The Arabs are buying our TV stations and the content is appropriately tuned to Arab propaganda purposes.
THANK YOU Melchior!
I want you to know that after many readers, you are the only one who actually issued a specific opinion on who is actually the biggest apologist!
Not that I don’t appreciate every opinion expressed. Anybody who has the stuff to actually put their fingers to the keyboard and get on my wagon with me is a pal, to be certain.
But you are the only one so far that said “this one rather than that one”.
I agree. My mathematical machination is used to explain why Jewish Americans with their small population have been effective electorates. A big chunk of the supporters of Israel are from evangelical Christians who believe that Israel is destined to exist and even more that God’s promise to the chosen people (God will bless those who support Israel and punish those nations who seek to harm her) have not been nullified by the founding of the Christian covenant. God does not go back on his promises! Catholics and mainline Protestants do not. What makes it ironic is the typical Jew fears the evangelical Christians more than a jihadist terrorists or Sharia law.
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