In light of everything that’s been going on, this probably isn’t the State Department’s best use of time:
Not a bad idea.
Remember all those predictions that inmates released from Guantanamo Bay would just go right back to the same Islamist terror groups they came from?
This is where conservatives get to say “told ya so” to their liberal acquaintances.
Go ahead, I’ll wait.
Intelligence sources have informed Fox News that as many as 30 former Gitmo inmates released in the past three years are believed to have enlisted in ISIS, al-Qaida and other Islamist organizations inside Syria.
Of the 620 inmates released from Guantanamo, about 180 are suspected to have returned to battlefields in various countries. Of the ones who haven’t returned directly to fighting, an unknown number are still aiding the cause by raising money and funding operations from abroad.
Military officials have acknowledged the figures but stress that most of the former inmates have not gotten back into terrorism.
Sen. John McCain appeared upset over the revelations. He raised the issue of the five Islamist leaders the Obama Administration traded for the release of Bowe Bergdahl, whom many people believe was a deserter.
McCain told Greta Van Susteren, “I guarantee you they reentered the fight. … The eagerness with which this administration wants to get these people out of Guantanamo has clearly overridden good sense and a real concern for the lives of American men and women who are serving.”
Further, McCain said, of the 30 percent of released inmates who return to the Islamist fight, many of them are given leadership positions because it’s considered a “red badge of courage” to have been in Gitmo.
About 149 inmates remain in Gitmo.
“Obviously, the president wants to close Guantanamo, and there are many of us who would agree with him if he had a plan,” McCain said.
Instead, he said, the president is willing to send the detainees back to their home countries just to get rid of them so that he can close Gitmo.
“It’s disgraceful,” McCain said.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel defended the Administration’s policy, saying, “We know that some of the detainees that have come out of Guantanamo have gone back to the fight, the battlefield. We’re aware of that and we think that overall the policy of getting to close Guantanamo is clearly in the interest of the United States, as the president has articulated.”
As usual, the Obama Administration seems to be on the opposite side of the American people. Contrary to Hagel’s opinion, the interest of the United States is in keeping terrorists locked up, not returned to their homes to make more plots against humanity just so Obama can score political points with his followers.
Socialism is the gradual and less violent form of communism, and socialist is the project of the European Union, which was born in Maastricht in 1992. The intent was to save socialism in Europe after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the predictable bankruptcy of the welfare state in the west, as well. -Vladimir Bukovsky
I don’t even want to look back at my life. Because they led us, yes, they led me. They said turn left, and I turned left. They said to the right, I turned right. I practically didn’t have my own brain. If I let out a thought, I was afraid that I would be punished for that thought. -Tatiana Vorontsova, Russian Housewife
I have a friend in Pennsylvania who watches Fox News in order to see just what propaganda they’re selling each day. He then goes on the chat boards and yanks their chains by sending emails which counter their claims and expose the truth. What a great way to spend some retirement time as well as educate the dolts who still believe Fox News is a conservative news station. Think I’m stretching the truth? Tell me then what you think about the fact that Fox News has been one of Hillary Clinton’s largest supporters for over two decades.
From Michael Lofti’s article on Ben Swann’s site comes this statement, “To many, it seems contrary to intuition that Fox News could be one of the Clinton family’s largest donors for the better part of two decades. Check your intuition at the door. It’s true. According to Federal Election Commission and Open Secrets’ Center for Responsive Politics data, 21st Century Fox News Corp. has donated more than $ 3 million to Clinton family accounts. Overall, this lands Fox as the Clinton family’s 9th largest donor over the course of the family’s political involvement.”
Certainly not a pretty thought, especially knowing Hillary is a Saul Alinsky student and fan and corresponded with him quite often in her early years. Add to this fact that Fox News and WSJ owner Rupert Murdoch is a CFR member and his partner who owns 7% of same is Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. So, is Fox News conservative? Not by a long shot.
As for me, I don’t watch or listen to Fox News, and when I want to escape from the wretchedness of our disintegrating Republic, I turn on the boob tube and watch what the socialist writers are up to with the various programs.
The Good Wife
One of the most popular shows on television today is Sunday night’s, The Good Wife with Julianna Margulies, Christina Baranski, Archie Panjabi, and Matt Czuchry. Several weeks ago, the star of the show, Julianna Margulies, who plays Alicia Florrick, wife of the Illinois governor, played by Chris Noth, was contemplating running for state attorney general on the show. So guess who they featured? Valerie Jarrett, phoning her and urging her to run. Iran born Valerie Jarrett is the assistant to Barack Hussein Obama, and most believe the co-president, having closer advisory relations to the president than wife, Michelle.
The following week, they featured none other than leftist political activist, Gloria Steinem who was likewise urging the star of the show, “Alicia Florrick,” to run for state attorney general. The Good Wife, Alicia, is an atheist, but now that she’s running for attorney general, she has to go on camera and state that she’s “searching,” rather than stating the truth that she’s not a believer in God. So her campaign manager shows her clips of two politicians who were making similar statements prior to elections. First was neo-con Trotskyite Illinois Republican Senator Mark Kirk, who was making a statement about his alleged faith after his 2012 stroke. Then they drag in far left Democrat, New York Senator Charles Shumer to talk about his faith and his love of his local synagogue. I can’t wait to see what leftist commie they feature next on this program.
Of course, every program today has a lesbian or gay couple, and they’re pushing the envelope with the sexual scenes. Archie Panjabi plays Kalinda Sharma, the investigator for the Florrick/Argos law firm on The Good Wife. Kalinda is bi-sexual, and they show sexual scenes of her with various women. Personally, I really don’t care what people do in their own bedrooms, and I’m certainly not going to point a finger and scream “sinner!” That kind of attitude never wins anyone to God, but I feel these programs truly are going overboard with the homosexual partners on all programs. It really is “in your face.”
If the popularity and propaganda of The Good Wife isn’t enough, then tune in to Friday night’s popular Blue Bloods featuring Tom Selleck as New York’s police commissioner. In the program, he is a widower with four children, one having been a police officer who was killed. The Blue Bloods’ family gathers every Sunday at “Dad’s house,” for dinner with the entire family and grandchildren. The cast includes Donnie Wahlberg as one son who plays New York police Detective Danny Reagan. Will Estes plays the younger son, as policeman Jamie Reagan.
The daughter is played by Bridget Moynahan, who is the assistant district attorney, Erin Reagan, and has a daughter who is soon going to college. The daughter, Nicky, is played by Sami Gayle. In the August 24, 2014 show, mother Erin Reagan finds out from the Rutgers University’s review director that her daughter Nicky will not get into Rutgers because she has tweeted a negative comment about one of her high school teachers. Of course, mother Erin takes daughter Nicky to the teacher to apologize, even though the daughter has explained that the teacher is a witch on wheels. When they are in the classroom with this teacher, displayed prominently on the wall is a picture of Argentine Marxist revolutionary, Che Guevara, a major figure in the Cuban Revolution to communism under Castro. The teacher is pompous, arrogant, and argumentative, and the mother Erin, agrees with the daughter, but tells her not to ever tweet about a teacher again.
Years ago, my husband and I turned off Law and Order’s SVU with Mariska Hartigay because every weekly show was so slanted to leftist and PC propaganda that we could no longer stand viewing the program. So, why are all the popular shows inundated with leftist propaganda?
Writers Guild of America Strike of 2008
Back in ’08, my husband was still receiving US News and World Report Magazine, before he cancelled it for being too leftist. In the back of the magazine, in a two inch article, it stated that the recent Writers Guild strike was all about the writers wanting to be able to promote more of their socialist agenda in their scripts. The Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the proposed contract worked out between the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) and WGA negotiators ended after 100 days, but what the public got from it was hardly what we expected.
From the communist World Socialist Web Site (WSWS) article of February 15, 2008, comes this report. Also note the communist ISSE:
World Socialist Web Site Arts Editor David Walsh spoke to a varied group of students, writers, supporters, and others at the University of California at Los Angeles on Wednesday, February 13. Sponsored by the UCLA chapter of the International Students for Social Equality (ISSE), the meeting centered on the 100-day strike by members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the proposed contract worked out between the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) and WGA negotiators.
“How is that going to change?” asked Walsh. He insisted that objective events would play the decisive role but also that writers had to once again take up the question of socialism.
“A socialist element has to emerge in the film and television industry, which consciously fights for the unity of workers in this industry and workers globally on a program aimed at radically altering economic and political life,” said Walsh.
He continued: “The development of a more critical and self-critical, socialistically minded community of writers, actors, directors and others in Hollywood is a decisive question, both artistically and politically. The ideological atmosphere of the last several decades has not been conducive to complex, genuinely realistic, compassionate, committed work. Everything backward and selfish has been encouraged to the detriment of the film and television industry.”
“A different social situation, above all, the emergence of the working class in open opposition to the present order, will do a great deal to improve the climate, to scatter the clouds of skepticism and pessimism which cover the horizon of mankind, as Trotsky once put it.”
So, there you have it. The socialist/communist agenda is alive and well in the propaganda of today’s television programs, movies, and plays. Without the knowledge of history and truth about communism, today’s poorly educated youth are fair game for this foul propaganda. What is not told by these writers is what communism and collectivism really is and what it will do to a free society.
First, it advocates the elimination of private property. In a communist society/nation, the goods are owned in “common” and are available to all as needed. It is a doctrine based on revolutionary Marxian socialism and Marxism-Leninism that was the official ideology of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It is a totalitarian system of government in which a single authoritarian party controls state-owned means of production. The final stage of society in Marxist theory is when the state has withered away and economic goods are distributed equitably, where we all become equal—no one higher or lower, no one richer or poorer, no one smarter or dumber, all the same.
Communism in our White House
In the January, 2011, New American article entitled, Communist Propaganda Song Performed at White House:
Chinese pianist Lang Lang performed last week at the White House banquet in honor of Chinese President Hu Jintao. An aspect of that state dinner which has been ignored by the mainstream media is the background, connections, and character not only of Lang, but also of the song that he chose to perform in the presence of the President of the United States.
Lang played and sang the anthem “My Motherland,” the theme song from Battle on Shangangling Mountain, a Communist Chinese propaganda film attacking America and elevating the People’s Republic of China’s nationalist spirit — in the White House, in the presence of President Obama. The president complicity smiled along as Lang glorified Red China while damning America, just as Obama’s (former) pastor, Dr. Jeremiah Wright, has in the past invoked damnation upon America.
What has gone largely unreported in the mainstream media is that the film from which Lang borrowed his song, produced by the nascent Communist PRC government in 1956, focuses on attacking America and her struggle against communist aggression in the Korean War. The movie depicts the Battle of Triangle Hill in present-day North Korea, and follows a cadre of People’s Volunteer Army soldiers who steadfastly fight against the U.S. Air Force for control of the area, celebrating their defeat of the United States and the communist victory in the battle, as well as the communist success in capturing North Korea. Both the movie and the song, “My Motherland,” are celebrated in the PRC-issued history text History of War to Resist America and Aid Korea, Volume III, published by the state-run Chinese Military Science Academy.
Think it’s not here? It’s everywhere. Communism is being fed to our children in government schools, on TV, on websites, in politics, in violent video games, in magazines, in textbooks, in every facet of our society. The ten planks of the Communist Manifesto have been in America for a long time now. Whether or not America’s people finally wake up and smell the rot is questionable. So for those of us who know the truth, we had better be sharing it with everyone, and praying to God for reprieve, because time is running very short. May the Lord have mercy on His own.
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When one Marine dad objected to his daughter’s homework assignment, school officials slapped him with a no trespassing order that effectively banned him from the school entirely. Fox News Dallas-Fort Worth reported that Kevin Wood received the order Tuesday, following a disagreement with the La Plata High School vice principal. His daughter’s assignment asked students…
FORT KENT, Maine (AP) — Maine health officials obtained a 24-hour court order restricting Kaci Hickox’s movement after the nurse repeatedly defied the state’s quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
A judge granted the order Thursday limiting Hickox’s travel, requiring a three-foot buffer if she encounters people, and banning her from public places until there’s a further decision Friday.
The state went to court Thursday, following through with a threat to try to impose restrictions on her until the 21-day incubation period for Ebola ends on Nov. 10. In court documents, the judge indicated further action was anticipated Friday.
Yep. Seriously, take a look at these absurd tweets from Susan Rice, y’all:
Apparently, ideas, like truth, are hard to Ms. Rice.
It’s hard to believe she was able to do so, but being a pathological liar might have helped. Citizens swiftly spanked Rice: Did she forget that it was reported that a “senior administration official” described Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as “chickensh*t”?
And in an exit nutshell:
For good and/or ill, the Koch brothers do not represent the conservative powerhouse that the media often presents to us.
Mediaite came up with a headline for one of the two siblings: “David Koch Supports Gay Marriage, Pot Legalization, And Ending Wars — And You Shouldn’t Be Surprised.”
Thursday afternoon, POLITICO reported that billionaire industrialist David Koch, the oft-vilified bankroller of groups aimed at electing Mitt Romney and many Republican congressman, supports many libertarian positions that are antithetical to the Republican Party.
While this may come as a surprise to many, it’s actually quite well-known that the Kochs are socially liberal and fiscally conservative — a.k.a., “libertarian”. Koch was the 1980 vice presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party who campaigned on things like drug legalization and a non-interventionist foreign policy.
“I believe in gay marriage,” Koch told POLITICO. When reminded that Romney and the GOP oppose gay marriage, Koch said, “Well, I disagree with that.”
Koch also said that he believes the U.S. military should withdraw from the Middle East and that Congress should cut defense spending and weigh some possible tax increases as a means to balancing the budget — stances that are distinct from the Republican Party line.
“I think it’s essential to be able to achieve spending reductions and maybe it’s going to require some tax increases,” he said. “We got to come close to balancing the budget; otherwise, we’re in a terrible deep problem.” On why he would cut defense spending, Koch said: “Probably every federal department has to take cuts in my opinion. We have to spread it around.”
The fact that Koch holds these very un-Republican views… really isn’t news.
I’m not happy that David Koch is promoting homosexual marriage. But why are the Koch brothers constantly treated like they are leaders of the Tea Party? How does the media manage to talk about the Koch brothers so much and yet leave a completely false impression in the minds of readers?
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So. The Muslim Brotherhood front group Hamas-CAIR has decided to build and “islamophobic” website and design a hit list in the same manner as the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate list.” The new site is Islamophobia(dot)com.
According to the website, “Islamophobia is closed-minded prejudice against or hatred of Islam and Muslims. An Islamophobe is an individual who holds a closed-minded view of Islam and promotes prejudice against or hatred of Muslims.”
The problem with such an assertion is nicely summed up by Ned May of the International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) when he said that to use the term “Islamophobia” is “a violation of logic.”
He blasted the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) in 2013 saying that the word “fails solely to inclusion of the word ‘unfounded.’ Thus, well-founded fear, mistrust or hatred of Islam does not constitute Islamophobia.”
He also went on to point out, “Millions of non-Muslims have very real reasons to fear Islam and Muslim violence, and cannot reasonably be described as ‘Islamaphobes,” he said. “Furthermore, any investigation into the fear of Islam, is denounced as ‘Islamophobia.’ Thus, the definition of Islamophobia is circular, a violation of logic.”
This doesn’t stop the irrational members of CAIR, who follow the murderous founder of Islam, Mohamed. The CAIR site also claims that it envisions “a time when being Muslim carries a positive connotation and Islam has an equal place among many faiths in America’s pluralistic society.”
Sorry, but Islam does not deserve an “equal” place among many faiths. In fact, the Bible teaches the only true faith. Jesus said He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life and that no man comes to the Father but by Him. He doesn’t make room for “other” faiths. There is no king, but King Jesus!
Let’s consider the closed-mindedness of Islam. Their own book shows that they are against Christians and all infidels (non-Muslim believers. Their own history demonstrates that they believe they are superior and that they have the right to destroy all those who will not name the name of Allah and recognize the demonically possessed, thieving, murderer Mohamed as a true prophet. Here’s what CAIR is really all about. Trust me, you will want to watch this.
The third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, had to deal with the Islamists in the Barbary Wars, understanding that these people could not be reasoned with.
We’ve seen how the Europeans have appeased the followers of Islam, but many have recently taken to the streets to rid their land of these totalitarian devils. The question now is, when are Americans going to amass in the street to put this ideology where it belongs? As Dr. Rich Swier rightly points out, this is nothing more than a “hit list for Islamic State lone wolves,” similar to the of the Southern Poverty Law Center, whose alleged “hate list” has been used to target conservative groups. The most recent target was the Family Research Council back in August of 2012, when gunman Floyd Lee Corkins II entered the FRC and planned on killing as many people as possible and smearing Chick-fil-a sandwiches in their faces because of their stance against homosexuality.
Funny, I don’t see Corkins’ name on the SPLC hate list, do you? He’s their poster boy one would think. After all, he didn’t do what he did out of love, did he? He did it out of… hate.
Here’s the list given by Hamas-CAIR at their website. Your’s truly apparently didn’t make the cut for some odd reason, but plenty of others did, and God has given them a place to speak out against the Mohammedan death cult.
Allen West A former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Allen believes, “Islam does not coexist.”
Ann Coulter A conservative commentator who suggested that “we should invade their [Muslim] countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity.”
Ashraf Rameleh A member of the board of directors of Stop Islamization of Nations. When speaking about the September 11th attacks he said “they are not terrorists, they are jihad. They are for the Quran.”
Babu Suseelani a member of the board of directors of Stop Islamization of Nations. In 2012 Suseelan told an audience “If we do not kill the bacteria, the bacteria will kill us. Muslims will breed like rats and they will be a majority.”
Bill Maher Bill Maher hosts a political satire program, Real Time with Bill Maher, on HBO. Despite his claim to hold progressive opinions, Maher consistently demonizes and stigmatizes the Muslim community.
Brian Kilmeade A Fox News Channel commentator. In June 2013, Kilmeade told a leader of the English Defence League, an anti-Muslim group known for violent protests, “We got your back.”
Brigitte Gabriel The head of Act for America. Gabriel has said, “America and the West are doomed to failure in this war unless they stand up and identify the real enemy: Islam.”
Bryan Fischer The director of issues analysis at the American Family Association. According to Fischer, “Islam has no fundamental First Amendment claims, for the simple reason that it was not written to protect the religion of Islam.”
Carl Goldberg A member of the Arizona chapter of Act for America. According to an announcement for an October 2013 event, Goldberg can prove that “Islam is not just a religion but also a totalitarian and imperialistic ideology.”
Clare Lopez Lopez is the vice president for issues and analysis at the Center for Security Policy. She also a board member at the Clarion Project. In 2013, Lopez told an audience, “When people in other bona fide religions follow their doctrines they become better people — Buddhists, Hindus, Christians, Jews. When Muslims follow their doctrine, they become jihadists.”
Cliff Kincaid A member of the board of directors of Stop Islamization of Nations. In 2013, the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups in the United States, listed Kincad among the “30 new activists heading up the radical right.”
Constance Gavras The director of the Illinois chapter of Act for America.
Daniel Pipes The founder and director of the Middle East Forum. Pipes is also connected to the National Review, Clarion Project, and Washington Times. Pipes is the grandfather of Islamophobia in the United States. In 1990 he wrote, “Western European societies are unprepared for the massive immigration of brown-skinned peoples cooking strange foods and maintaining different standards of hygiene…All immigrants bring exotic customs and attitudes, but Muslim customs are more troublesome than most.”
Dave Agema A former Michigan state legislator, Agema now represents his state as a national committeeman of the Republican National Committee. In early 2014, Agema made anti-Muslim comments on his Facebook account: “Have you ever seen a Muslim do anything that contributes positively to the American way of life?
David Horowitz The founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center. The Southern Poverty Law Center, a group that tracks hate in the United States, names Horowitz “the godfather of the modern anti-Muslim movement.”
David Yerushalmi A co-founder of the American Freedom Law Center and employee of the Center for Security Policy. Yerushalmi beleives, “Our greatest enemy today is Islam.”
Debbie Anderson The leader of the Minneapolis chapter of ACT for America.
Debbie Robinson A member of the president’s council of Stop Islamization of Nations. Robinson’s Q Society of Australia asserts, “Islam is not just another religion, but also a totalitarian ideology with a global agenda.”
Dorrie O’Brien O’Brien acts as a national mentor for ACT for America. According to O’Brien “Islam…is a poisoned well.”
Frank Gaffney The founder and president of the Center for Security Policy. Gaffney is also connected to the Washington Times, and Clarion Project. Gaffney has advocated renewing the House Un-American Activities Committee, a discredited McCarthy-era congressional committee that President Truman once described as “the most un-American thing in the country today.”
Glenn Beck Beck hosts the Glenn Beck show on the Blaze. In February, 2011, Beck hosted anti-Muslim speaker Joel Richardson on his Fox News program and the two “tied Islam to the Antichrist in the new testament.”
Guy Rodgers The executive director of ACT for America. In 2010, Rodgers “contended that Muslims should be treated differently because their legal system is inherently flawed.”
James Lafferty Originally known for his work with the Virginia Anti-Shariah Taskforce, Lafferty is now with both the American Freedom Defense Initiative and Jihad Watch.
State Rep. John Bennett of Oklahoma (R-Sallisaw) According to Bennett, Islam is “a cancer in our nation that needs to be cut out.”
John Guandolo The founder of Understanding the Threat. Guandolo is a former FBI agent who trains law enforcement officers to believe in conspiracy theories such as his beleif that CIA Director Brennan is a secret Muslim.
Jonathan Matusitz The membership director for the central Florida chapter of Act for America and a professor at the University of Central Florida. Matusitz claims that Muslims “procreate like mushrooms after the rain” and that “the problem is Islam.”
Kamal Saleem A board member of Former Muslims United. In October 2012, Right Wing Watch posted a video of Saleem and noted that in that video, “Saleem alleged that Obama’s top speech writer and Sasha and Malia’s babysitter are both Islamic fundamentalists that are wielding secret power.”
Kevin Carroll A member of the president’s council of Stop Islamization of Nations.
Lauren Green An anchor on the Fox News Channel.
Mano Bakh A key individual with the California group Concerned American Citizens. On its website, the group asserts, “The real source of the devastating 9/11 attack is the Islamic Ideology as prescribed in Quran.”
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) A Minnesota Republican, Bachmann is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. In June 2012, Bachmann led a group of House Republicans on a series of five letters to federal inspectors alleging that the Muslim Brotherhood was infiltrating the U.S. government. The allegations primarily centered on an aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and were soundly rejected by Republican leadership.
Mike Huckabee A host on the Fox News Channel and former governor of Arkansas. Huckabee referred to Islam as the “antithesis of the gospel of Christ.” He also seemed to compare Muslim prayer being allowed in a church to the showing of pornographic films.
Nina Cunningham Cunningham serves on the boards of many anti-Islam organizations, including the Center for Security Policy, the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and also the Clarion Project.
Nonie Darwish A founder of Former Muslims United. Darwish asserts that “Islam should be fought and should be conquered and defeated and annihilated.”
Pamela Geller The cautic mouthpiece of the U.S. Islamophobia network, Geller believes, “Hitler was inspired by Islam.”She blogs atAtlas Shrugs and is a leader with the American Freedom Defense Initiative, Jihad Watch, and Stop the Islamization of Nations. Note: Geller also heads Stop Islamization of America, but this entity is identified as an AFDI project.
Rep. Peter King (R-.N.Y.) Peter King represents a district centered in New York’s, Long Island. He served as chairman of the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee from 2010-2012. King has maintained that “80%, 85% of the mosques in this country are controlled by Islamic fundamentalists,” and that average Muslims “are loyal,” but “don’t come forward, they don’t tell the police what they know”. Additionally in 2007, Representative King said, “Unfortunately, we have too many mosques in this country.”
Richard Swier Swier is the director of the Sarasota, Fla. chapter of ACT for America.
Rick Joyner Joyner is the president of the Oak Initiative. He is also the founder/director of Morningstar Ministries and the founder/director of Heritage National Ministries. He has authored more than forty books. His book The Harvest lays out some of his views on Islam: “Islamic terrorists will permeate the West with teams that target Christian organizations and leaders. This is in preparation for an Islamic assault upon the entire world. They will compile computer data on every Christian leader who has any kind of extra-local influence (i.e. newsletters, television or radio outreach).
Robert “Raphael” Shore A member of Clarion Project’s board of directors.
Robert Spencer A prolific member of the U.S. Islamophobia network, Spencer runs the Jihad Watch web site and is also connected with the David Horowitz Freedom Center, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, and Stop Islamization of Nations. Spencer has referred to Islam’s Prophet Muhammad as a “con man. Someone who is knowing [sic] that what he is saying is false, but is fooling his followers.” In the same video he asserts, “From a historical standpoint, it is not even clear that Muhammad existed.”
Roger Ailes Ailes is the president and CEO of Fox News Channel. According to a source who spoke to Rolling Stone, “He has a personal paranoia about people who are Muslim — which is consistent with the ideology of his network.”
Ryan Mauro Mauro is a staff member at the Clarion Project.
Sam Kharoba Kharoba is the founder of the Counter Terrorism Operations Center. He claims to have trained “over 20,000 federal, state and local law enforcement officers. Kharoba has no formal academic degrees in Islamic studies and no experience in law enforcement. His only claim of any qualification is that he has a pre-university level certificate in Arabic culture, but Arabic culture is not Islam; in fact, only 20 percent of the world’s Muslims are Arabs. Upon review, it was found that large sections of Kharoba’s training manual were word-for-word identical to unreliable web-based sources. The investigation found his most common source was Wikipedia.
Scott Saunders Saunders is affilliated with the Virginia Beach, Va. chapter of Act for America.
Shalom Lewis Shalom Lewis is a cleric at the Congregation Etz Chaim synagogue in Marietta, Georgia. Etz Chaim’s website states Lewis “generates a caring warmth”, but his hateful speech about Islam is alarming and barbaric.
Stephanie Reis Reis is the Virginia State Director for Act for America. In 2010, as part of her welcome message for ACT’s Oklahoma chapter, Reis wrote, “The ideology, politics and religion of Islam has one purpose – to bring the world into submission to Islam and under its laws.”
Stephen Coughlin Now a fellow at the Center for Security Policy, Coughlin holds the beleif that belief that Islam “obligates Muslims to use violence in the name of spreading or defending the faith.”
Steven Crowder A Fox News Channel commentator, Crowder alleges “the real problem is the Quran.”
Steven Emerson The founder of the Investigative Project on Terrorism. Upon reviewing a book he wrote, the New York Times determined that Emerson has “an unfamiliarity with the Middle East and a pervasive anti-Arab and anti-Palestinian bias”.
Timothy Wildmon The president of the American Family Association, Wildmon has said, “[Islam] is, in fact, a religion of war, violence, intolerance, and physical persecution of non-Muslims.”
Tommy Robinson A member of the president’s council of Stop Islamization of America. Founder of the English Defence League (EDL), Robinson was jailed in 2013 for “having entered the United States illegally using someone else’s passport” and again in 2014 for mortgage fraud.
Tom Trento Trento is the founder and director of The United West. He believes mosques exist to wage a “cultural jihad” against America.
Usama Dakdok According to the web site of Dakdok’s Straight Way of Grace Ministry one of the group’s goals is to “expose Islam for what it is, and yes it is worse than a cancer, and this can be shown clearly in the reading of the Qur’an and theHadith.”
Wafa Sultan Sultan is connected to both Former Muslims United and Stop Islamization of Nations. She says, “I don`t see any difference between radical Islam and regular Islam…You cannot be American and Muslim at the same time.”
Walid Shoebat The founder of the Forum for Middle East Understanding, Shoebat is the author of “The case for Islamophobia,” a book published in March 2013. Shoebat’s training and speaking events are promoted using his credentials and his “background” as a former PLO terrorist who converted to Christianity. In 2011, CNN researchers “found no evidence” to support Shoebat’s trademark claim of being a “former PLO terrorist.”
Former Lieutenant General William Boykin A board member of the Oak Initiative. Boykin asserts that “[Islam] should not be protected under the First Amendment,” that there should be “no mosques in America,” that Islam is a “totalitarian way of life,” and that there can be no interfaith dialogue or cooperation between Muslims and Christians.
Zuhdi Jasser Jasser is founder and president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy and a board member of the Clarion Project under Jasser’s leadership, AIFD is embedded with groups that are dedicated to spreading false information, fear, and distrust of Islam and Muslims.
While I cannot speak as to who all of these people are, one thing is for sure, this is nothing more than intimidation against them. Hamas-CAIR be warned that if any of these people are attacked physically in any way, you will be held accountable for it. I can tell you this though, since it is a hit list, I stand alongside such men as Marine veteran Nick Powers, who said if there is an attack on us, “there will be no mercy.” There, you’ve been warned!
*For more about CAIR, visit TruthAboutCAIR.com.
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When Dr. Thomas M. Kerkering of Virginia Tech’s Carilion School of Medicine returned in late September after volunteering at an Ebola treatment clinic in Sierra Leone, he adhered closely to the routine established by other medical professionals. He checked his temperature twice a day and avoided shaking hands with people and hugging even family members….
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(BusinessInsider) While conducting a separate experiment, a group of scientists from Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska accidentally discovered something unexpected and potentially disturbing.
A virus was living in the mouths and throats of a good portion of the people in the study, a virus that the researchers didn’t think was capable of infecting humans. Worse still, it seemed to be slowing some of the subjects’ mental abilities, especially their ability to process visual information.
The surprising part about this for researchers was that a microscopic organism that we thought could infect only algae — plants — was living in about 40% of the small number of people tested.