Skip to comments.FBI Whistleblower and Teacher Expose Islamic Gülen Movement Infiltrating U.S.
Posted on 08/01/2014 11:09:31 AM PDT by Pining_4_TX
The imam, Fethullah Gülen, came to the United States in 1999 due to cited health problems and has stayed in the United States after gaining his visa with help from former CIA officials. The FBI previously resisted granting permanent residency status to Gülen. According to leaked cables, parts of the U.S. government believe that Gülen is a radical Islamist whose moderate message cloaks a more sinister and radical agenda. ----
Gülen-inspired schools are the largest charter network in the U.S. and receive approximately $150 million a year in taxpayer money. There are about 130 of these charter schools in 26 states where the majority of the teachers are from Turkey, as well as many of the contracts for construction and operation have gone to Turkish businesses. Those actions have raised red flags for the U.S. government.
Why Are My Tax Dollars Funding an Islamic Movement?
In the United States, many of the Gülen schools have long waiting lists. But that comes at a price for our American teachers:
Our tax dollars are paying for them to come over here and take our jobs, said Mary Addi, a teacher. They want to give you the impression that theyre just hard-working guys over here to try and educate our kids, because American teachers are just too stupid.
According to Addi, those Turkish teachers visa applicants oddly include English teachers. Gülen brings in foreign teachers and then takes a cut of their salary. She learned this after marrying a Turkish teacher. She said that after he was paid. Hed cash the check and return 40% of his salary back to the school for a secret fund used by the movement.
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Biggest enemy are White liberals.
Not much we can do about white liberals. ;-)
Too bad we can’t ban Islam as a political movement inimical to the US government, though.
If these funds are federal funds then they are constitutionally indefensible. This is because, with the exception of military training schools justifiable under Congress's constitutional Article I, Section 8-limited powers, the states have never delegated to the feds, via the Constitution, the specific power to regulate, tax and spend for schooling purposes, the states uniquely having the 10th Amendment power to make policy for intrastate schools.
Congress is not empowered to tax for those purposes which are within the exclusive province of the States. Justice John Marshall, Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824.
France is folding and will be an islamic state in a few years.
“Biggest enemy are White liberals.”
They have caused all the trouble.
Philly has been infiltrated...
The entire country has been infiltrated. Everyone is so afraid of the PC police that they pretend nothing is happening.
See Paris and London.
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