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Posted on 12/09/2015 7:45:29 AM PST by Trumpinator
Support for Isis stretches 'deep into parts of Muslim societies,' says Blair
Former prime minister warns of large-scale terror attacks in Europe as he praises MPs for voting for airstrikes in Syria and says Isis ideology âhas deep rootsâ
Nicholas Watt Chief political correspondent
Thursday 3 December 2015 20.26 EST
Support for the propaganda of Islamic State stretches âdeep into parts of Muslim societiesâ, Tony Blair has said as he warned of terror attacks on a larger scale than the shootings and bombings in Paris last month unless the group and its ideology are defeated.
In a speech in Washington, in which he praised British MPs for the âimportantâ decision to extend RAF airstrikes against Isis targets from Iraq to Syria, the former prime minister warned that âa belief in innate hostility between Islam and the westâ is not the preserve of a few.
âThose who believe in concepts of the caliphate and the apocalypse â so much part of Daesh [Isis] propaganda â stretch deep into parts of Muslim societies,â Blair said. âA belief in innate hostility between Islam and the west is not the preserve of the few.â
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That means a more "target rich" environment.
So now that the GOPe has tripped all over themselves to get to a microphone to denounce Donald Trump, are they going to do the same for Tony Blair?
I suspect that Blair is an ISIS facilitator of some rank.
The on-going Holy Land Foundation trial has established important facts about the resident domestic Islamic jihad threat inside the United States. Although evidence brought forward in documents and testimony has explosive implications for US Homeland Security, the intelligence community, and every American citizen, relatively little media attention has been paid to it.
This information also has serious implications for professionals, military and civilian, involved in homeland security, DoD plans and strategy as well as national agency intelligence analysts and local law enforcement.
The raw documents outlining the strategic goals and activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in America, now exposed for public view, are substantiating the concerns and information long raised by various private sector counterterrorism think-tanks, organizations and blogs such as Stephen Emerson's Investigative Project and Robert Spencer's Jihad Watch among others.
From an intelligence perspective, the first thing in assessing and evaluating these raw, translated documents is that they all passed sufficient legal scrutiny to be entered into evidence in a federal trial. Secondly, since these are raw, primary sourced documents of the Muslim Brotherhood and not secondarily sourced, they are the equivalent in a tactical or operational sense of key leadership defector, or detainee debriefing statements, or the capturing of the enemy's strategic campaign plan.
Indeed the title of one document is "An Explanatory Memorandum on the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America." Third, the defendants did not challenge in court the authenticity or veracity of the evidentiary documents. All of which immediately speaks to both the credibility and reliability of these reports for intelligence analysis and exploitation.
Civilization, Jihad and the Muslim Settlement Strategy
The Brotherhood's strategy memo, while published in May 1991, was drafted earlier, upon a "...general strategic goal of the Group in America which was approved by the Shura Council and the Organizational Conference for the year [I987]." In other words this strategy has already been operative for at least 20 years in America. The strategic objective of the Brotherhood in America is clear:
"The Ikhwan [The Muslim Brotherhood's name for itself] must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and âsabotaging' its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah's religion is made victorious over all other religions."
The primary strategic concept to accomplish the Brotherhood's objective is "civilizational jihad," the usurpation and replacement of American Judeo- Christian and Western liberal social, political and religious foundations by Islam. The campaign plan is one of colonization, described by the Ikhwan as a "settlement strategy." Explaining this concept they describe it as establishing Islam in America as "stable," "rooted" and "enabled on which the Islamic structure is built and with which the testimony of civilization is achieved."
Recognizing this strategy cannot be carried forward alone by the Brotherhood they recognized the strategy requires that, "They are then to work to employ, direct and unify Muslims' efforts and powers for this process. In order to do that, we must possess a mastery of the art of "coalitions", the art of "absorption" and the principles of "cooperation."
rest at Americanthinker.com
So let’s import millions more!
Bush brought in hundreds of thousands of Muslim goat herd rapists as well. Particularly illiterate, racist Somalians. All of them should be removed, by force if necessary.
Sure it does. Osama bin Laden is a hero to so many of them. And so many of the so-called “moderates” can justify what he did.
As a whole, muslims are mostly losers. All you have to do is identify muzzie nations. Losers like to blame their status on others. If not for oil, just about every muzzie nation in the world would be 3rd world or close to it.
The answer....Peter Quinn, CIA Black OP in Syria...from Homeland Season 5 Episode 1
When even a British socialist is saying it.... folks...
You should ban yourself from your own country.
Just to be sure.
Timing isn't bad though.
Suggest to any British socialist that Blair is or ever was a socialist and you get a reaction of amazed hostility. For British socialists, Blair is a traitorous right-wing warmonger who ruined the Labour Party by persuading it to reject socialism.
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