Skip to comments.Jihadist Infiltration On Capitol Hill?
Posted on 10/15/2010 6:24:02 AM PDT by LSUfan
Jihadist organizations, including Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood, have infiltrated America and are carrying out successful influence operations directed at our government and media.
Judging from the results, our media is both clueless and sympathetic to the Jihadists efforts and our government is so eaten up with political correctness that our elected officials seem powerless to do anything about what amount to enemy espionage and influence operations inside of the halls of power.
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Another reason why November is so important. Our politicians need to understand that if another attack from muslims comes to the US, the people will, most likely, rise up to such an extent that should make every muslim in the US be very, very worried. We need to purge all influence of the muslim world from our government and do it now.
LOL. You can’t really believe this can you?
Sadly I really think you do.
Did you click on the links within the article? Some might be iffy, but others have pretty good factual basis. And it IS a fact that many in our government, whether part of a larger plot or not, are very supportive of our enemies, with lots of ground support from the media and celebrity class.
If not Al Qaeda, there’s always Grover Norquist.
I sure as hell do. Or what was the FBI doing running a Muslim Brotherhood stooge through an Anti-Terrorism center?
Are you sad and clueless, or something worse? That is the only question here.
Its all a bunch of guilt by association. By the same context, George W Bush is a terror sympathizer because of his relationship with the Wahhabist funding Saudis
When people keep showing up in the same places with known terrorists, we have a need to know why. If you had a clue as to what national security is all about, you’d realize that, but you don’t, so...
George Bush sent the GZimam out as a representative of the US.
Our military allows jihadists to practice propaganda (hassan) in the open as they do nothing to intervene.
There have been imams in our military who were vetted and despite the radical views, continue on.
The Muslim brotherhood is involved in many Islamic groups in the US.
yes...I take this stuff very seriously as reading verses from the Koran compels us to.
Excuse me, what clearance level do you have?
Having gone through your posting history, there’s a question I’d like you to answer, if it isn’t too much of a strain (or possibly classified): are you, personally, a muslim??
Its not classified, yes I am Muslim. And probably more politically conservative then people could ever imagine, and based on the campaigns I worked on in my early 20s here in VA I have established my credentials in that sense also.
You mean, you believe in sharia and, eventually, a kaliphate?
based on the campaigns I worked on in my early 20s here in VA I have established my credentials in that sense also
What campaigns, exactly? Might help place you on the political map.
Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated the GOP too...just look at Grover Norquist. Your statements concern me. And anyone who brags about security clearances even in jest should not have one
Glad you noticed, knowledge is the beginning of wisdom.
Who is bragging about security clearances?
And what about Grover? He married a Muslim woman and is now Muslim Brotherhood? lol
Come on man, even the mad hatter isn’t this bad with his late game time management.
In the fall of 1998 I had a fun time working for Virginia Dobey, who was running against Jane Woods and some other awful liberal, as a third party candidate for the VA statehouse.
Governor Jim Gilmore in 1997
I worked for Dave Nutter in SWVA.
Seeing that my Congressman was Tom Davis, for several years I had the opportunity to work for him, even on *gasp* Capitol Hill.
Was part of Bush-Cheney 2000.
Since my undergraduate days I have gone into the real world doing real things and simply could not afford the time (nor the meager pay) to stay working in politics.
Here is an old letter to the editor I wrote after the fall of Baghdad for my college newspaper
So, to sum up, your posting history shows that you supports the mosque at ground zero, if my memory isn’t completely out of whack here. Nevermind that you don’t want to answer the point about your belief in sharia and an eventual kaliphate as a goal, that is pretty significant - as a muslim, you know perfectly well that the only thing that can be likened to is al Aqsa and similar triumphalist structurers.
You confirm that you have been working in politics - even, as you say, on Capitol. You even give your identity in your letter to the editor. There’s a small sticking point in that “voterfactory” seems to have you listed as a Democrat, but of course they may be wrong or there may be more people with that name.
As for part 1, no I don’t believe that Sharia should be in America nor do I believe it ever well. Nor do I think Halakah law should be in America, nor do I believe we should have blue laws in America. If I want to buy alcohol on Sunday I should be able to, nor do I need to see the 10 commandments posted in public.
Essentially, there should be no religiously based laws.
But we already have arbitration done in Halakah courts as well Kosher food all over our grocery stores. I see no issue with Jewish people utilizing Halakah courts for their own means
As for a global caliphate, LOL, you seriously can’t believe that can you? I mean honestly, do you believe there is some Muslim conspiracy to take over the world? If so, I must have missed the meeting that day. If I had any reason to want to live under the rule of ass backwards Mullahs I would have left this country long ago.
I have never voted for a Democrat in my life either, and I consider that a pretty slanderous charge against me.
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