In June 2012, the “National Security 5” — five members of Congress led by Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) — called attention to U.S. government infiltration by Muslim Brotherhood (MB) operatives. Based on disturbing information from court evidence and documents, correspondence, media reports, congressional briefings, and public statements, they found that individuals with questionable loyalty to the United States held high-level security clearances and worked in key national security positions. Tragically for the security of the United States and the safety of its citizens, these five earnest members of Congress, armed with ample evidence, were roundly criticized by both Republicans and Democrats, and their request for investigations were ignored.

The five — Bachmann, Trent Franks (R-Arizona), Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), Tom Rooney (R-Florida), and Lynn Westmoreland (R-Georgia) — had sent letters to the inspectors general of the Departments of State, Defense, Justice, and Homeland Security, and to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. They identified specific individuals, organizational affiliations, and activities of concern conducted by Muslim Brotherhood operatives employed in various capacities in the U.S. government. They cited links to the much-publicized Muslim Brotherhood mission statement that has called its work in America “a kind of grand Jihad to eliminate and destroy the Western civilization from within.”

All was ignored, despite the release five years earlier by the U.S. government itself of a list of several Muslim Brotherhood front organizations and their members across the United States, 300 in all, named as “unindicted co-conspirators” uncovered during the terrorism financing trial of the Holy Land Foundation, the largest such trial in U.S. history. The inside influence operation in America is extensive and goes far beyond the federal government to include Islamists posing as patriots and becoming part of the Tea Party movement, Islamists infiltrating the 9/11 Truther Movement, and Islamists becoming part of the fight for “civil liberties” through organizations like the ACLU, to name just a few.

Muslim Brotherhood in America

Established in 1928, four years after Kemal Ataturk dismantled the Ottoman Caliphate, the Muslim Brotherhood today has grown into the world’s oldest and largest Islamist movement. Its goal: to establish a global Islamic caliphate or government under sharia, or Islamic doctrine. It seeks to dismantle all non-Islamic governments on earth and supports terrorism against the West and Israel.

The Muslim Brotherhood has spawned al-Qaeda, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and various worldwide terrorist groups. In the 1950s, it established a beachhead in the United States and today has over 5,000 front organizations from coast to coast, according to a former FBI agent and designated “Subject Matter Expert” on the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic doctrine.

“The Project,” written in 1982 and discovered during a raid of the home of one of the organization’s international leaders by Swiss authorities following 9/11, is a multi-phased, long-term master plan for the cultural invasion of the West. The discovery of two documents in 2001 and 2004 provided, respectively, evidence of an actual MB plot for the cultural invasion and Islamic domination of the West and a general strategy for the takeover of America.


http://www.thecommentator.com/article/2442/extremists_target_uk_students New data has revealed almost 150 events with extremists on university campuses in 2012 New analysis by campus watchdog group Student Rights has revealed that Islamic extremists appeared almost 150 times on British university campuses in 2012. The infographic (below) shows that of 214 events logged by the group, 69 percent of them took […]

‘Muslim Patrol’ Vigilantes Attempt to Control London Streets !!!! See the videos at the site


Thugs masquerading as ‘Muslim Patrols’ have been accosting residents in London, demanding they abide by the laws of what they deem a ‘Muslim area’

The Commentator has found evidence of self-styled ‘vigilantes’ patrolling streets of London, accosting women and vandalising public property. The group, which is attempting to cordon off ‘Muslim areas’, has dubbed itself ‘Muslim Patrol’.

So far, the group has posted two videos to its new YouTube account which was set up in December 2012. The first video shows the destruction of advertising and vandalising of bus shelters, both displaying images of H&M push-up bras. The second video sees the ‘vigilantes’ approaching and harrassing members of the public for either consuming alcohol, dressing ‘inappropriately’, or being inebriated near a mosque.

Several of the videos uploaded to the account have already been removed as they violated YouTube’s terms and conditions. One specifically states that YouTube deemed it intentionally “designed to bully, harrass and threaten”.

The footage is likely to have come from East London, where ‘Shariah zones’ were set up last year. The new tactic of intimidation is said to appall local residents, who will likely find the ‘patrols’ disconcerting.

In the videos, the ‘Muslim Patrol’ is heard to say, “Alcohol banned. This is a Muslim area. Muslims patrol the area.”

One young woman, when confronted by the patrol, states, “I am appalled, this is Great Britain”, to which the authors of the video are heard to remark, “We don’t care. It’s not so Great Britain”.

Those involved are thought to be a part of an extremist network in East London and not linked to the wider Muslim community the local area.



The attempted commandeering of the cause of liberty should be rejected at every turn, says Austin Petersen

A young, attractive couple joined my group of dedicated liberty activists for cocktails and dinner one night in downtown New York City in the late summer of 2011.

The man, we’ll call him “Sven”, a handsome blonde of Germanic descent, and his similarly beautiful corn silk-haired girlfriend had been invited to join my friends and I in discussion and debate for the evening. We were all classical liberals, fighting for freedom from oppressive government, for civil rights, liberty and free markets for all.

But that’s not what one young man at the party believed.

As the presidential political season approached and the re-election of Barack Obama signaled that there would be no hope for change in leadership, the modern American libertarian movement found itself in a difficult position.

The campaign of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul had inspired hordes of free market youth activists, including this author, to his banner. The movement was composed of people from all ages and backgrounds and there was really only one thing that united all of them together, the belief in individual rights and personal liberty.

This was the second effort for many of these young men and women who had cut their teeth on the 2008 version of the Texas congressman’s campaign for the White House. Noted organizations such as the Campaign for Liberty, Young Americans for Liberty, and the now International Students for Liberty took root and have seen rapid growth across the nation. The total result of this movement has been to create a mini-industry centered on the ideas of limited government and personal freedom. We have our heroes and villains, our clowns and our workhorses. It’s really quite remarkable.

One self-proclaimed hero (that is up for debate in the community) is a man by the name of Alex Jones, whose conspiracy theory rants are broadcast into millions of homes on a daily basis. Jones is a radio broadcaster whose shows feature stories on how the US government is building camps, presumably to intern Americans in event of national disaster, and that the terrorist attacks of 9/11 were an orchestrated attack carried out by elements within our own government.

Jones was recently made known to the world through an appearance on CNN’s Piers Morgan show where his maniacal rants and ad hominems painted the British host a perfect stereotype of the gun-toting lunatic American. Although Jones has taken steps to personally distance himself from the worse of anti-Semitism; it’s an open secret that his online forums cultivate and harbor the worst kind of backwards thinkers and rage filled racists in the world of political discourse.

Jeffrey Scott Shapiro: A Gun Ban That Misfired

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324081704578235460300469292.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEADTop What I saw as a prosecutor in Washington, D.C., makes me wary of strict firearms laws. In the wake of the horrific elementary-school shootings in Newtown, Conn., last month, many Americans, desperate to do something in response, have decided that much stricter gun control is the answer. Democrats have proposed reinstating the 1994 Assault […]


And Mohamed al Durah begat Mohamed Merah… http://www.dispatchinternational.com/ (CURRENTLY BEING RENOVATED) The fabricated murder of Mohamed al Dura has not lost its sting. Produced and broadcast by state-owned France 2 TV on September 30, 2000, the staged scene of the “death of a Palestinian child targeted by Israeli gunfire” has replaced “Christ killer” as a […]

Germany and Israel A Relationship Full of Misunderstandings By Christiane Hoffmann and Ren Pfister….see note please


Well you see where this is going…..bashing Israel is far more “respectable” than just unvarnished anti-Semitism….and Israel’s witless critics have given Germany the cudgels …..rsk

Germany and Israel A Relationship Full of Misunderstandings
By Christiane Hoffmann and Ren Pfister

How critical can one be of Israel? It is a question that Germany has been
debating since SPIEGEL ONLINE columnist Jakob Augstein was included on the
Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of the world’s worst anti-Semites. Political
leaders in Berlin have a different answer than Germans at large.
Does Angela Merkel mistrust the very people she governs? Is she
uncomfortable with the German people?

In October 2011, the German chancellor stood onstage at the academy of the
Jewish Museum, in Berlin, next to conductor Daniel Barenboim. The
celebratory concert had concluded, and the museum’s director had just
presented Merkel with its Award for Understanding and Tolerance.

This is one of many awards the chancellor has received from Jewish
institutions over the last couple years, including the Heinz Galinski Prize
from the Jewish Community of Berlin, the American Jewish Committee’s Light
Unto the Nations Award and an honorary doctorate from Tel Aviv University.
At the Jewish Museum, Merkel spoke a few pleasant words, calling the award
both an honor and a responsibility. Then she cited a study, according to
which 60 percent of Europeans — including Germans — consider Israel the
most significant threat to world peace.

Following Merkel’s logic seems to present a conclusion that two thirds of
Germans harbor anti-Semitic sentiments. Is this really what the chancellor
believes? Or was her intention simply, as she said in her speech, to warn
against allowing anti-Semitism to increase?

Merkel’s speech provides a direct path into the minefield that is relations
between Jews and Germans, and between Germany and Israel. Of course it is
absurd to label Israel the world’s worst aggressor. But does simply making
such a statement count as anti-Semitism?

Where does objective criticism end and defamation begin? The controversy over journalist Jakob Augstein’s
columns in SPIEGEL ONLINE and elsewhere has re-ignited this debate, a storm
triggered when the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles placed Augstein on
its list of the world’s worst anti-Semites.

The 100% Fatwa-Compliant Iranian EMP Nuclear Weapon : Mark Langfan

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/11551 The 100% Fatwa-Compliant Iranian EMP Nuclear Weapon From Mark Langfan Iran’s Supreme Religious leader has repeated his fatwa against nuclear weapons and the country’s foreign minister made much of it for foreign media. Much has been, and will be, said about that Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei’s February 2012 informal speech to a group of […]


http://www.weeklystandard.com/print/blogs/chuck-schumer-cheap-date_696034.html In a private meeting Monday—not just any old private meeting, but a 90 minutes long private meeting!—New York senator Chuck Schumer was reassured by secretary of defense nominee Chuck Hagel that he didn’t mean the many things he’s said over the years and didn’t stand by the many votes he’s cast over the years. […]


http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3544/hungary-anti-semitism “Things that were unthinkable five years ago are acceptable today.” — Adam Fischer, Music Director, Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra The Hungarian national football team, after fans chanted aggressively anti-Semitic abuse during a game with Israel, has been ordered to play the next World Cup qualifier in an empty stadium. The international governing body of football, […]