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Our national defense and intelligence training is being controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood and their sympathizers. (Recall the charges brought by 5 members of Congress led by Michele Bachmann in June 2012 that Muslim Brotherhood operatives had infiltrated our national security apparatus at the highest levels).
As you will clearly see in the video footage below, the Muslim Brotherhood has successfully waged a campaign to completely SABOTAGE our war effort and PREVENT our military and intelligence personnel from learning about the enemy threat doctrine – ISLAM.
The intention of the Muslim Brotherhood – to prevent any training and discussion of Islamic doctrine – is exemplified by the Lt. Col. Dooley case. (In 1987, the MB wrote the Explanatory Memorandum for the General Strategic Plan for North America in which this very objective – prevent the infidel from learning about Islam – was delineated).

Although Dooley’s course material was VETTED and APPROVED by higher-ups at the National Defense University, he was REMOVED from his teaching position and DELISTED from the Army combat battalion command list for teaching said material AFTER an unannounced individual entered his classroom and leaked so-called “offensive” course content to an Internet news magazine.

As a result, 57 Islamic organizations (many tied to the Muslim Brotherhood) wrote a letter to Obama’s counterterrorism advisor, John Brennan, complaining of material that was anti-Islamic and offensive. They demanded that ALL such material be PURGED and the offending trainers FIRED.

INSTEAD of standing up for Dooley – a top instructor with a sterling military career – and his pre-approved training, General Dempsey went on national TV to ADMONISH the Lt. Col. and the material he presented on Islam which was deemed “totally objectionable, against our values, not strategically sound and anti-Muslim.”

In summary, Dooley was fired for teaching approved material on Islamic doctrine. This has had a chilling effect throughout the Pentagon and effectively ended discussions about Islam altogether. FBI agents who taught directly from translated Muslim Brotherhood strategic documents and Islamic doctrinal tracts have been disciplined and sidelined as well.

Janet Levy, DirectorWomen Against ShariahLos Angeles

Qatar’s Duplicitous Game by Paul Alster

http://www.investigativeproject.org/4011/qatar-duplicitous-game In the first of a two-part assessment of its growing role on the world stage and dubious influence on Middle East and Arab politics, Paul Alster looks at Qatar’s carefully crafted image that masks the real direction of this autocratic nation. In part two he concentrates on Qatar’s on-the-ground financing of Islamist militias and […]


In 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama promised to create 5 million “green jobs” if elected president. However, an analysis by the Institute for Energy Research (IER) finds that since 2009, the Department of Energy’s (DOE) $26 billion loan program created just 2,298 permanent jobs, at a cost of $11.45 million per job created.

“The losers are the American workers who would otherwise be gainfully employed but for the tremendous waste of taxpayer dollars on the administration’s obsession with ‘green energy,’” said IER Policy Associate Alex Fitzsimmons. “As the economy continues to suffer and dollars for federal programs get harder to come by, it is getting increasingly difficult to defend a program that costs so much and produces so little.”

In his New York Times bestselling book Throw Them All Out, Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer revealed that 80% of Department of Energy loans went to companies owned by or connected to President Barack Obama’s top campaign fundraisers.


http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/novelists-view-world/2013/may/9/somethings-rotten-cleveland-and-boston-and-benghaz/ WASHINGTON, May 9, 2013 – They should have been arrested 10 years ago for being so ugly. Neighbors should have been suspicious for that reason alone. Instead, Ariel Castro was given all the time he needed, 10 years, to abduct and torture those three Cleveland women, plus a child that came along through rape, […]



“This is a very different White House than any the country ever had before. We’ve left Americans to die before, when there was no alternative. The defenders at Wake Island and Corregidor were left to the tender mercies of the enemy, but no president before this one left Americans to die, begging for help, just to save an election. Benghazi was a brutal betrayal, writ large with the blood of innocents. The perfidy of the guilty, including any someone who may be dreaming up a campaign for 2016, won’t be forgotten.”

The Benghazi hearings have come and gone, and Barack Obama and the Democrats turn now to stuffing charge and countercharge down the memory hole. The lies the president and his men and (mostly) women told in the days after the great betrayal must be swept from sight. Can’t everybody shut up?

The Democrats are getting the usual help from the correspondents and pundits who haven’t recovered from the bite of the tsetse fly. They don’t want to be awakened until it’s all over and it’s safe to go on to more exciting things, like budget hearings, elections in Lower Slobbovia and the environmental whine of the day. The New York Times reduced the Benghazi hearings to an antiseptic blip for the personnel file with its headline: “Envoy Testifies/Libya Questions/Led to Demotion.” A demotion is not what Benghazi is about, as the man demoted would agree.

The Benghazi panel set out to ask big questions, one still unanswered and one with an answer now clear enough. The first was why the diplomatic post in Benghazi was allowed to be an unguarded fort among hostile Apaches, the second was why the Obama administration was so persistent with its lies in the days after the attack.

Jay Carney, the president’s press agent, repeated the official White House view Wednesday that it’s all “politics.” Which of course it is, but not in the way Mr. Carney wants everyone to think it is. “Politics” is to Washington what “sex” is to a bordello; what would you expect to find in either place? Benghazi is not politics, but criminal incompetence and worse.

The House hearings on Wednesday produced no smoking gun, to employ another popular capital cliché, but added heartbreaking detail to the astonishing story of a smoking consulate and how the lives of an American diplomat and three of his colleagues were weighed by a cynical White House against the requirements of a close-fought presidential campaign. The ambassador and his men lost. Once lost, an ambassador can be replaced. The State Department is full of replacements. A political campaign once lost is done and gone.

Gregory Hicks, the No. 2 man in the American embassy in Tripoli, gave riveting detail – some of the sleepy journalists finally forced to cover the story were riveted awake – about how the ambassador was left twisting slowly, slowly in the poisonous smoke of the burning consulate. American special operations teams were enraged when they were told they couldn’t fly to the rescue. It was too far, senior officials said, and the rescuers would get there too late. There was no point in trying; the embassy would send an inspection team after breakfast the following morning.


http://www.jewishworldreview.com/0513/glick051013.php3 What “respectable” organizations — including Jewish ones — and the international media are trying their hardest to cover up   In 2010, Cpl. Eleanor Joseph became the first female Arab combat soldier in the Israel Defense Force. Joseph, a Christian Arab told Israel’s daily Ma’ariv that her good luck charm is a drawing of […]



The Washington Free Beacon reports (h/t John Rosenthal):

Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) called the idea that the U.S. could not arm the right rebels in Syria to fight Bashir al-Assad “damned foolishness” in an interview with Charlie Rose Tuesday.

McCain has pushed for establishing a safe zone and supplying rebel forces with necessary weaponry.

He was especially frustrated with Gen. James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, and Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, two administration officials who once favored arming rebels but said they were skeptical because of growing Islamist influence.

“Well, doesn’t that mean it was a terrible tragic failure that we didn’t act then and get these weapons to the right people then?” McCain asked. “And of course it’s damned foolishness. Of course we can get the weapons to the right people. Of course if we set up a Benghazi in Syria, we can get them to the right people.”

The gulf, the chasm between John McCain and Reality must now be measured in light years.

He still thinks — not “thinks” — he remains captured by the fiction that the “rebels” in Benghazi are inspired by the Spirit of ’76, not the Koran. He remains captured by the fiction that “rebels” in Benghazi are pro-American, not late of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on the Other Side. He remains captured by the fiction that Benghazi, that Libya, that “Arab Spring” are part of a freedom-on-the-march victories for the United States, if not also for some fuzzy conception of “humanity” itself. He is blind to this cycle of jihad we are all living through.


One answer may be found in the statement McCain released immediately after the 9/11/12 attack on the US compound in Benghazi — the same attack that “whistleblowers” now, finally, but too late, promise to address by disputing some of the many lies the Obama administration told about its decision to withhold, first, military assistance from besieged Americans, then, the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth from the American people. This is the rat that Mitt Romney smelled immediately and then decided to ignore, thereby ensuring his defeat at the polls. The rat that the media, with few exceptions, did everything it could to tame and then ignore. This is the rat I cynically doubt that hearings this week will really corner and trap — but I hope I’m wrong.

Sens. McCain, Lieberman and Graham released the following statement, which I blogged at the time here.

We are anguished and outraged by the death of four citizens of the United States, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, during an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. Our thoughts and prayers go out to their families.

Chris was one of America’s finest and bravest diplomats, and also someone we considered a friend. In the midst of last year’s uprising in Libya, Chris traveled at great personal risk to Benghazi to represent the country he loved as the U.S. envoy to the Libyan opposition. He advanced American interests and values in Libya and stood with the Libyan people throughout their struggle for freedom and during the challenging times that followed.

Unless American interests are Al Qaeda interests, Stevens did no such thing. A seismic shift in US policy came about in Libya, supported, maybe led by Chris Stevens who had come to believe that overthrowing Qaddafi was the way to tame the jihadists. He and the Obama administration that enacted this policy were wrong. This will not come out in hearings, either.

His death at the hands of extremists is a tragic and awful loss for the people of both the United States and Libya.

Stevens’ death was at the hands of the “Libyan opposition” he served as US envoy to. This won’t come out in the hearings, either.

There is still much we do not know about what happened in Benghazi yesterday.

Such as: What was Stevens doing in Benghazi on 9/11/12? What was the CIA doing in Benghazi the rest of the time? Running guns to John McCain’s “rebels” in Syria? This, I’m afraid, won’t come out in hearings, either.

What is clear, however, is that the attackers must be apprehended and punished. …

To date, the only person punished for the attack is Nakoula Bassely Nakoula, producer of “Innocence of Muslims.” His prison sentence is a sacrifice to the Islamic world under Islamic blasphemy law. This won’t come out in hearings, either.

Now this:

Yesterday’s attack is a tragic and terrible reminder that – despite the hopes of the Arab Spring – the forces of violent extremism in the Middle East are far from defeated, and that the revolutions inspired by millions of people who dream of freedom and democracy can still be hijacked by small groups of violent extremists who are eager to kill to advance their evil ideology.

It’s called Islam and, as the history of jihad tells us (and redundantly so), this is exactly what it looks like on the march. It’s also very popular with Muslims, That won’t come out in the hearings either, now or at Doomesday.

Now for McCain’s major head case:

Despite this horrific attack, we cannot give in to the temptation to believe that our support for the democratic aspirations of people in Libya, Egypt, and elsewhere in the broader Middle East is naive or mistaken.

Translation: “temptation to believe” = evidence. McCain cannot “give in” to the evidence that contradicts his utopian visions.

We cannot resign ourselves to the false belief that the Arab Spring is doomed to be defined not by the desire for democracy and freedom that has inspired millions of people to peaceful action, but by the dark fanaticism of terrorists.

Similarly, “false belief” = fact. Team McCain — which includes the multitude of boosters of “Arab Spring” — cannot resign themselves to the fact that “Arab Spring” will be defined by Islam, as the driver of Islamic law, Islamic jihad, and, someday, jihad, or jihads over where the capital of the Islamic caliphate will be.



This week’s article for Dispatch International:

“US Religious Commission Won’t Touch Sharia”

But is keen to revile Western countries trying to defend against Islamic law

WASHINGTON DC. Fifteen years ago, the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom opened shop with a mandate from Congress to examine the state of religious freedom around the world, and issue an annual report to the President. The idea was to provide the information necessary for the U.S. government to make religious freedom a greater factor in foreign-policy-making by highlighting the world’s worst offenders. Such offenders run, as the commission’s 2013 religious freedom report tells us, from Saudi Arabia to China to Russia to Sudan to Iran to Western Europe.

Western Europe?

The 2013 report marks the first time that the region of Western Europe has made the commission’s official watch list. It doesn’t debut as a “tier-one” offender, or even “tier two”. Western Europe, however, is listed in the commission’s third category of concern along with Bahrain, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Turkey and Venezuela as a “monitored” region.

Not that the commission can claim much influence on U.S. foreign policy. After all, of the top recipients of U.S. foreign aid – Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Pakistan and Egypt – four out of the five make the commission’s religious freedom watch list, with Iraq, Pakistan and Egypt ranking as top-tier offenders. Afghanistan is deemed a second-tier offender. Israel, meanwhile, is not on the list of offenders at all. It is also the only non-Islamic nation of the five. Coincidence

As far as the U.S. religious freedom commission goes, yes, absolutely. In cataloguing all manner of religious totalitarianism of mainly Islamic and Communist (or post-Communist) varieties, the commission fails utterly to connect the repressive, punitive laws of the Islamic nations to their direct sources in Islam. For example, the commission’s report tells us that Iraqis have “regulations” barring Muslims from “converting to another religion”. Similarly, in Sudan, it is “Article 126 of the 1991 Criminal Act” that defines leaving Islam as a capital offense. Neither of these statements are untrue, but the original source of both laws is in the sharia – Islamic apostasy law.

Such connections elude the commission’s report. It is “the Iranian justice system”, for example, that fails to grant Iranian women the same legal status as men, as when Iranian courts weigh a man’s testimony as “equivalent to testimony by two women”. Again, this statement isn’t untrue, but this example of male supremacism is a direct expression of sharia in the Iranian justice system. When it comes to Pakistan, the report explains that “Article 295, Section B” makes defiling the Koran punishable by life imprisonment”; additionally, it is “under Section C of the same article [that] remarks found to be derogatory against Prophet Mohammed carry the death penalty.” What the report doesn’t make clear is that the source of all such repressive legislation is, again, Islamic apostasy laws, pure and simple. These laws from the sharia represent the life-and-death powers of the Islamic religious state.

This should be of central relevance to any religious freedom commission. However, the direct connections between Islamic law and religious-based repression are lacking throughout the 371-page U.S. report. Even when the commission catalogues manifestations of this religion-based repression, it never links them to mainstream Islam or classical sharia. Rather, it is always an “extreme” or “restrictive” or “local” variant of Islam or sharia that is to blame. This disconnect leads directly to the commission’s decision to “monitor” Western Europe.


http://spectator.org/archives/2013/05/09/nobody-died-in-watergate Fear and loathing on the Benghazi scandal trail. Three State Department whistleblowers’ congressional testimony was nearly forgotten yesterday amid the lies and half-truths coming out of the White House and its congressional cohorts. If White House press secretary Jay Carney were spinning any faster, he’d be mistaken for an Iranian uranium-enrichment centrifuge. The testimony […]




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