Skip to comments.Live Thread: "The Project" Part 1
Posted on 09/26/2012 4:37:05 PM PDT by combat_boots
Tonight is the 1st of two nights @ pm, broadcasting a special on the worldwide plan for the Caliphate in general and for the US in particular.
You can read articles on the documents of "The Project" at The Blaze and if you search the Interwebs. They're there.
But this will be visual. I have studied the Islamic world for decades and am known in my family for my dogmatic insistence on what is going to happen--which, unfortunately, Beck now sees, too. I have 'spouted' this for over 25 years, since just prior to 1979.
I can remember sitting on the floor at someone's house, saying, "You don't understand. These people, if they really believe in something, will die for what they want. People didn't much want to talk to me after that.
Rather than focusing on terrorism as the sole method of group action, as is the case with Al-Qaeda, in perfect postmodern fashion the use of terror falls into a multiplicity of options available to progressively infiltrate, confront, and eventually establish Islamic domination over the West. The following tactics and techniques are among the many recommendations made in The Project:
In reading The Project, it should be kept in mind that it was drafted in 1982 when current tensions and terrorist activities in the Middle East were still very nascent. In many respects, The Project is extremely prescient for outlining the bulk of Islamist action, whether by moderate Islamist organizations or outright terror groups, over the past two decades.
One renowned international scholar of Islamist movements who also spoke with Besson, Reuven Paz, talked about The Project in its historical context:
The Project was part of the charter of the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood, which was official established on July 29, 1982. It reflects a vast plan which was revived in the 1960s, with the immigration of Brotherhood intellectuals, principally Syrian and Egyptians, into Europe.
As Paz notes, The Project was drafted by the Muslim Brotherhood as part of its rechartering process in 1982, a time that marks an upswing in its organizational expansion internationally, as well as a turning point in the alternating periods of repression and toleration by the Egyptian government. In 1952, the organization played a critical support role to the Free Officers Movement led by Gamal Abdul Nasser, which overthrew King Faruq, but quickly fell out of favor with the new revolutionary regime because of Nassers refusal to follow the Muslim Brotherhoods call to institute an ideologically committed Islamic state. At various times since the July Revolution in 1952, the Brotherhood has regularly been banned and its leaders killed and imprisoned by Egyptian authorities.
Since it was rechartered in 1982, the Muslim Brotherhood has spread its network across the Middle East, Europe, and even America. At home in Egypt, parliamentary elections in 2005 saw the Muslim Brotherhood winning 20 percent of the available legislative seats, comprising the largest opposition party block. Its Palestinian affiliate, known to the world as HAMAS, recently gained control of the Palestinian Authority after elections secured for them 74 of 132 seats in the Palestinian Legislative Council. Its Syrian branch has historically been the largest organized group opposing the Assad regime, and the organization also has affiliates in Jordan, Sudan, and Iraq. In the US, the Muslim Brotherhood is primarily represented by the Muslim American Society (MAS).
Excerpt from THE PROJECT:
The Muslim Brotherhood "Project" (Continued) By: Patrick Poole
FrontPageMagazine.com | Thursday, May 11, 2006
[NOTE: The following English translation of The Project has been prepared by Scott Burgess and was first published in serial form by The Daily Ablution in December 2005 (Parts I, II, III, IV, V, Conclusion). It is copyrighted and reprinted here with his permission. It is based on the French text of The Project published in Sylvain Besson, La conquête de l'Occident: Le projet secret des Islamistes (Paris: Le Seuil, 2005), pp. 193-205.]
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent and Merciful
1/12/1982 [December 1, 1982]
Towards a worldwide strategy for Islamic policy
(Points of Departure, Elements, Procedures and Missions)
This report presents a global vision of a worldwide strategy for Islamic policy [or "political Islam"]. Local Islamic policies will be drawn up in the different regions in accordance with its guidelines. It acts, first of all, to define the points of departure of that policy, then to set up the components and the most important procedures linked to each point of departure; finally we suggest several missions, by way of example only, may Allah protect us.
The following are the principal points of departure of this policy:
Point of Departure 1: To know the terrain and adopt a scientific methodology for its planning and execution.
Point of Departure 2: To demonstrate proof of the serious nature of the work.
Point of Departure 3: To reconcile international engagement with flexibility at a local level.
Point of Departure 4: To reconcile political engagement and the necessity of avoiding isolation on one hand, with permanent education and institutional action on the other.
Point of Departure 5: To be used to establish an Islamic State; parallel, progressive efforts targeted at controlling the local centers of power through institutional action.
Point of Departure 6: To work with loyalty alongside Islamic groups and institutions in multiple areas to agree on common ground, in order to "cooperate on the points of agreement and set aside the points of disagreement".
Point of Departure 7: To accept the principle of temporary cooperation between Islamic movements and nationalist movements in the broad sphere and on common ground such as the struggle against colonialism, preaching and the Jewish state, without however having to form alliances. This will require, on the other hand, limited contacts between certain leaders, on a case by case basis, as long as these contacts do not violate the [sharia] law. Nevertheless, one must not give them allegiance or take them into confidence, bearing in mind that the Islamic movement must be the origin of the initiatives and orientations taken.
Point of Departure 8: To master the art of the possible on a temporary basis without abusing the basic principles, bearing in mind that Allah's teachings always apply. One must order the suitable and forbid that which is not, always providing a documented opinion. But we should not look for confrontation with our adversaries, at the local or the global scale, which would be disproportionate and could lead to attacks against the dawa or its disciples.
Point of Departure 9: To construct a permanent force of the Islamic dawa and support movements engaged in jihad across the Muslim world, to varying degrees and insofar as possible.
Point of Departure 10: To use diverse and varied surveillance systems, in several places, to gather information and adopt a single effective warning system serving the worldwide Islamic movement. In fact, surveillance, policy decisions and effective communications complement each other.
Point of Departure 11: To adopt the Palestinian cause as part of a worldwide Islamic plan, with the policy plan and by means of jihad, since it acts as the keystone of the renaissance of the Arab world today.
Point of Departure 12: To know how to turn to self-criticism and permanent evaluation of worldwide Islamic policy and its objectives, of its content and its procedures, in order to improve it. This is a duty and a necessity according to the precepts of sharia.
NATO calls the attacks on our military in the field...”rogue incidents”
Nidal Hasan’s treatise and presentation.
Woolsey....”Not being able to discuss the roots of beliefs....makes it extremely difficult to deal with fanaticism.”
Sand Diego office vs DC, with DC winning out on Hasan’s activities as “politically sensitive.”
Gohmert: “To call this workplace violence is...ignorant.”
Green on blue incidents are terror attacks being called “Rogue incidents”.
Hassan’s “workplace violence”
Stephanopoulos and Gen Casey.
“The military protection is not a social experiment”
This Admin says that ‘when radical Islamists kill Americans, it’s nothing more than workplace violence.” Gohmert
reading material for everyone
I didn’t get the numbers on the green on blue incident numbers. 33 Americans killed, I think.
I take it tomorrow is the coup de gras.
I attended a “workplace violence” funeral today. Of the young men and women from the community, multiple uniforms of every branch of the service were in attendance. It was awe-inspiring.
Louay Safi...lectured military on Islam...penetration...”I think we’re at the point where they’re being institutionalized” - Coughlin
Here and watching..............Praying for Beck and producers and thankful they are showing this
MB DoD contractor. Guys in the field are not getting the ideology of the bad guys because the bad guys are the teachers at the various DoD sessions.
Another Andrew McCarthy Book:
How Obama Embraces Islam’s Sharia Agenda
and Robert Spencer’s Book:
Stealth Jihad: How Radical Islam is Subverting America without Guns or Bombs
The MB is the engine that makes jihad go.
Suri - the Egypt uprising
Morsi - “jihad is our path”
Freedom and Justice Party
Safi is now in Syria, connected to the rebel groups. He is part of the MB.
Shari’a and Islam will rule Egypt.
The rights of gays, of minorities....will not be part of any country under Shari’a/
Hey! Here’s H3ll! On women’s rights and Egypt.
Panetta: the US will work with the MB. And it’s ‘democracies.’
Bachmann - DEFUND Egypt (HOORAY!)
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