Follow the money

Remember last summer when we had the whole hoopla about the poor children flooding into America from Central America and everyone from President Obama to Glenn Beck proclaimed we needed to help these poor children, but also found excuses for why they’re pouring in- terrible gang violence.   With the wave of a rhetorical flourish, they were no longer illegal immigrants, no they were now refugees, fleeing from violent gangs (as if we don’t have that problem here too).   It’s orchestrated to some degree (maybe a lot) and definitely abetted is my opinion, but during that hoopla it came to my attention that there are Christian charities involved with the federal government, receiving large sums of money to provide food and shelter for these illegal immigrant children (and the many adults with them).  I wrote about this here  here, and then here I wrote a post titled, “More border disorder” where I said:

“Pretending these illegal immigrants are going to assimilate and embrace American values seems a dangerous delusion and potentially a threat to our national security, as this mess escalates.   Of course, it’s easier to do the feel-good, “I care about the downtrodden” sound bites and not be accused of being a “hater”.”

So, fast forward and there have been recent reports about ISIS in Mexico near the TX border, which got poo-pooed as more Islamophobia, to quote Snopes, that oh so unbiased fact-checker (sarcasm intended), who fact-checked this in October 2014:

“None of them have found any evidence, credible or otherwise, that Isis is in Juárez.”

Then there was the Garland, TX cartoon-drawing contest terrorist attack, which was foiled by a fast-acting lawman and the media started deflecting attention from the radical Muslim connection, by attacking the contest organizer for “inciting” the attack.  She’s a brassy, New York Jewish lady, so thankfully,  she isn’t backing down to intimidation!  So, our trusty , diligent reporters spend a week attacking Pamela Geller and reporting crap like this, which is a CNN story :

“(CNN) — Whatever spurred Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi to drive across two states to shoot up a Prophet Mohammed cartoon contest is lost on their families, their neighbors and the place they had worshipped.

One was a described as “gentle person,” albeit one who had been convicted of a terror-related charge and supported an ISIS propagandist. (my emphasis not CNN’s)

The other was a father who had “put his son above everything” — until the day he and his roommate opened fire at the event in Garland, Texas, wounding a security guard before police shot and killed the gunmen.”

The article lists connections to terrorism, then includes this nonsense:

“He had ‘a good demeanor’

That’s according to the president of the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix, where both Simpson and Soofi worshiped.

Usama Shami said Simpson came regularly until around 2010 or 2011, about the time the FBI arrested him on the false statement charges. Soofi came less frequently.

Simpson “was a gentle person,” Shami said. “He always had a good attitude, a good demeanor.”

Like others at the mosque, Shami said he was stunned to hear about the attack Sunday night.

“They didn’t show any signs of radicalization or any signs of even thinking about those things in that manner,” he said. “So when that happens, it just shocks you. ‘How good did you know these people?’ That’s the question that people ask themselves.””

No, no, he was a gentle person, yada, yada, yada.  Now, here’s some information on the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix: “The Texas terrorists’ mosque in Phoenix is reportedly controlled by a Muslim Brotherhood front group.” from the Gateway Pundit.  For more information on Muslim Brotherhood front groups Andrew McCarthy, a former federal prosecutor, has written scores of articles on this topic and several books too – he has meticulously researched and investigated this topic.  Here is a Clarion Project article to enlighten the President of the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix: “Muslim Brotherhood Funded 50% of the Mosques in the West”  Oh my, how could that be?  Yeah, really, quite a mystery for the mainstream media to research and find the facts…

Between the hordes of  illegal immigrants, hordes of legal immigrants pouring in from Muslim countries, that are hotbeds of radical Islam, under the refugee guise, a porous border, and now this new addition to these terrorist attacks inside America committed by Americans, the government and the media go to great lengths to pretend none of these issues are connected in any way somehow seems peculiar to me.

In the most recent attack in Garland, TX the two terrorists were Americans who the press and government assure us they haven’t found any direct link between these two terrorists and ISIS.  We’ve been presented this “lone wolf” misdirection for years now and been told everything ranging from it’s recruitment from social media or in the largest terrorist attack on a US military installation in the United States, at Fort Hood, TX in 2009, our Homeland Security Director told us it was just “workplace violence”.  I have often wondered how closely our authorities have looked into searching, not just  for direct internet communication between these “lone wolf” terrorists and foreign terrorists, but have they looked at homegrown radical Islamist connections right here in America- both in mosques and in that unspoken large, dangerous radical Islamist element within black America.  No one wants to mention that.

In light of the racial tensions, our federal government and the media pretend all these race riots aren’t being fueled, in large part, by Marxist radicals, stalwart race hustlers like Al Sharpton, and MUSLIM black gangs and thugs – like the Nation of Islam, the New Black Panthers, Black Guerrilla nation and many more.   The media, by and large, tiptoes around acknowledging that radical black Muslim gangs serve as a home-grown terrorist training ground.

Malik Shabazz, formerly in the Nation of Islam, former  head of the New Black Panthers, a Muslim black supremacist, virulent anti-Semite and now the head of some nicer sounding National President of Black Lawyers for Justice, became a champion of the black people against the police in Baltimore and here’s the connection of the black Muslim gangs banding together for “justice”.  Really, the attempt to cover-up the Islamic connection among American academia, the Obama White House, and even the Southern Poverty Law Center is astounding.  You can check out the New Black Panthers at the SPLC website and no where in the first pargraph describing the group is the radical Islamic connection mentioned (way down the page you can find his connection to Nation of Islam):

“The New Black Panther Party is a virulently racist and anti-Semitic organization whose leaders have encouraged violence against whites, Jews and law enforcement officers. Founded in Dallas, the group today is especially active on the East Coast, from Boston to Jacksonville, Fla. The group portrays itself as a militant, modern-day expression of the black power movement (it frequently engages in armed protests of alleged police brutality and the like), but principals of the original Black Panther Party of the 1960s and 1970s— a militant, but non-racist, left-wing organization — have rejected the new Panthers as a “black racist hate group” and contested their hijacking of the Panther name and symbol.”

Here is a UK Daily Mail story “The rival gang members who stood against violence in Baltimore: Crips, Bloods, Black Guerrilla Family and Nation of Islam ‘united as black men’ to stand between police and rioters“, with a jolly good first sentence like this:

“In an extraordinary show of unity in Baltimore, rival gang members of the Bloods, Crips and Black Guerrilla Family, appeared to come together to ask protesters to stop the violence and help rebuild communities.”

Hint to the Daily Mail – these groups are CRIMINALS and ANARCISTS.  They incited the riot in Baltimore and then gave this stand down order to their gang members to set the stage for this political sideshow.  Wake up, America!  They’re the ones who caused the destruction and now they’re are going to unite against violence and help rebuild???  Many of these gangs are conduits to drug trafficking for Islamist terrorist entities abroad.

So, there’s a black Muslim radical connection, that most of us have no idea just how radical or how closely aligned with jihadist ideology these groups are, then there’s the insidious influence of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has connections at the very highest levels of our government, for instance Hillary Clinton’s long-time aide, Huma Abedin.  Abedin and her parents are closely connected with the Muslim Brotherhood.

Here’s an excerpt from 2005 Frontline piece, “The Salafist Movement”, by Bruce Livesey, which might help you understand that the Muslim Brotherhood is not some benign group to help Muslims in America avoid persecution from a cartoon-drawing contest or to fight Islamophobia:

“When Gilles Kepel was researching a book about the origins of the global jihad movement back in the 1980s, he recalls rarely coming across Muslim fundamentalists known as “Salafists” living in Europe. “The ones who were prevalent … were totally apolitical and they didn’t deliver theoretically or in terms of doctrine,” he says.

Salafism is an ideology that posits that Islam has strayed from its origins. The word “salaf” is Arabic for “ancient one” and refers to the companions of the Prophet Mohammed. Arguing that the faith has become decadent over the centuries, Salafists call for the restoration of authentic Islam as expressed by an adherence to its original teachings and texts. “Salafists originally are supposedly not violent,” Kepel explains. “They are not advocating the revolt against one who holds power, against the powers that be. They are calling for re-Islamization at the daily level.”

By the mid-’90s, Kepel saw an alarming change among Europe’s Muslims. Increasingly he was coming across Salafists who had embraced jihad — in other words, who felt violence and terrorism were justified to realize their political objectives. Kepel explains that when Salafists, who tend to be alienated from mainstream European society, meet and mingle with jihadists, it fuses into a volatile mixture. “When you’re in the state of such alienation you become easy prey to the jihadi guys who will feed you more savory propaganda than the old propaganda of the Salafists who tell you to pray, fast and who are not taking action,” he says. “And this is why the [Islamist terrorists] who had been arrested were often good Salafists in the beginning.”

Kepel labeled these Muslim fundamentalists “Salafist jihadists”, a term that he extends to include the followers of Al Qaeda. Salafist jihadists are now a burgeoning presence in Europe, having attempted more than 30 terrorist attacks among E.U. countries since 2001.

While European counterterrorism experts recognize that Salafist jihadism is an ideological movement with deep religious and historical roots, they feel that their counterparts at the FBI and American intelligence agencies don’t share this understanding. “I began using the word Salafi and Salafists in 1997 in meetings in Washington and nobody raised the word and asked what does it mean,” says says Xavier Raufer, a Paris-based expert on Islamic terrorism who has close ties to France’s intelligence community.

continuing on:

“The origins of Salafi jihadism can be traced to the Muslim Brotherhood, the seminal organization for Islamic terrorism. Founded in 1928 in Egypt with the goal of establishing an Islamic state, the Brotherhood had as its slogan “The Quran is our constitution.” The Brotherhood’s political agenda combined with its rigid version of Islam proved to be an explosive formula. “The Muslim Brotherhood is the mother of all these movements, ideologically,” says Dr. Mamoun Fandy, an Egyptian-born professor of politics and senior fellow at the James A. Baker III Institute of Public Policy. “Salafist jihadism and the activation of the views of the world of the house of Islam and the house of war are the ideas that emerged from the writings and the teachings of the Muslim Brotherhood.””

Al Qaeda is an off-shoot of THE SALAFIST MOVEMENT!

Then we come to Arab money going to aid poor minority students rumors (haven’t found any proof), but this link was given to me on another blog when I asked about this Muslim/black America connection.  The article has footnotes at the bottom and it includes a syndicated 1979 column by none other than Vernon Jarrett, Valerie Jarrett’s former father-in-law.  Oh, the title of that  1979 Jarrett article, “Will Arabs Back Ties To Blacks With Cash?”  Here’s an intriguing excerpt from the Frank Miele article, “Does 1979 newspaper column shed light on 2008 campaign story?”:

“So far as I know, this 1979 column has not previously been brought to light, but it certainly should be because it broke some very interesting news about the “rumored billions of dollars the oil-rich Arab nations are supposed to unload on American black leaders and minority institutions.” The columnist quoted a black San Francisco lawyer who said, “It’s not just a rumor. Aid will come from some of the Arab states.”

Well, if anyone would know, it would have been this lawyer — Donald Warden, who had helped defend OPEC in an antitrust suit that year and had developed significant ties with the Saudi royal family since becoming a Muslim and taking the name Khalid Abdullah Tariq al-Mansour.

Al-Mansour told Jarrett that he had presented the “proposed special aid program to OPEC Secretary-General Rene Ortiz” in September 1979, and that “the first indications of Arab help to American blacks may be announced in December.” Maybe so, but I looked high and wide in newspapers in 1979 and 1980 for any other stories about this aid package funded by OPEC and never found it verified.

You would think that a program to spend “$20 million per year for 10 years to aid 10,000 minority students each year, including blacks, Arabs, Hispanics, Asians and native Americans” would be referred to somewhere other than one obscure 1979 column, but I haven’t found any other word of it.

Maybe the funding materialized, maybe it didn’t, but what’s particularly noteworthy is that this black Islamic lawyer who “for several years [had] urged the rich Arab kingdoms to cultivate stronger ties to America’s blacks by supporting black businesses and black colleges and giving financial help to disadvantaged students” was also the same lawyer who allegedly helped arrange for the entrance of Barack Obama into Harvard Law School in 1988.”

Yes, I know my inquiring mind is in overdrive today, but I will reblog a post from  Musings from a Middle Aged Man, after this post, but for those of who don’t know, that blog is written by an old (retired) New York cop and he comes up with some interesting pieces of information. So we have illegal immigrants pouring in, possibly Arab money being used to convert poor blacks, we’ve got “lone wolf” terrorists traveling by two in this Garland, TX case, yet the FBI is scouring the internet looking for a direct link to ISIS in Syria/Iraq, but no luck, even though both attended a local mosque in Phoenix, which would seem to be the place to start looking right here at home.

Oh, so who is ISIL,ISIS,IS?  Well if you listen to the media, they’re some evil Islamic genie, who popped out of some lamp straight from hell.  If you listen to the President, they’re the JV team.  Well, here’s who they are SALAFIST TERRORISTS, whose leader was head of Al Qaeda in Iraq.  There is radical Islamist recruiting going on, not only on social media and in mosques, but in poor black communities and in our prisons and it’s in academia being funded by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Now, the Musings from a Middle-Aged Man blog posted a link that explains the assimilation dilemma and how we are being duped by our own government and many Christian charities about the threat from hordes of illegal immigrants and even legal immigration efforts to resettle large Muslim populations from radical Islamist hotbed countries. It’s the Refugee Resettlement Program and perhaps some of you can shed more light on this program.  The video and link on Musings blog states how the program is run and the connections between the UN, our federal government, the Islamic Supremacist groups, and even Christian charities, who receive millions of dollars from the federal government to provide social services to refugees.  So, when a Christian charity organization is receiving millions in federal tax dollars, there might be a willingness to sell the government propaganda about this immigration nightmare or perhaps just a willingness not to mention it. The Bible has so many warnings about money, I don’t know where to begin…   Maybe someone can shed more light on the Islamic Hijra, this video states is being promoted to spread Islam into other countries and promote Sharia law.  Is this true?  I don’t have the answer to that yet.

It’s hard to find honest reporting and facts that aren’t tainted.  I came across this January 2015 article: “Are All Terrorists Muslim?  It’s Not Even Close” at The Daily Beast and this article uses a Think Progress (yes, George Soros again) piece of research to conclude that less than 2% is Muslim terrorists.  Of course, when even a glaring case of a jihadist terrorist attack on our largest US Army post gets dubbed mere workplace violence by our own government and there is a concerted effort to deceive the public from all sorts of leftist groups and and our mainstream media can’t seem to do more than regurgitate White House narratives, shouldn’t we demand the truth?

Those who dare to question or challenge the lies are doubters, wild conspiracy theorists, Islamophobics, haters, and in the case of Pamela Geller, who is trying to tell America there’s an orchestrated totalitarian ideology spreading in America and those spreading it are determined to stamp out our FREEDOM and impose Sharia compliance in America, she is a pyromaniac, according to Juan Williams, and she should just shut-up and not say mean things that might offend SAVAGES (like the ones who share those lovely decapitation videos online) or the vast, SILENT, majority of MODERATE Muslims, whom a cartoon of their prophet might offend. I’m offended that in over a decade, they haven’t spoken up en masse to denounce the SAVAGES, but instead want to deflect blame and find excuses! The jihadist movement and these black radical groups, in collusion, are trying to create anarchy in predominantly black urban areas – the Van Jones plan. There’s still a lot of money trails along this jihadi magic carpet ride that need to be investigated.


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11 responses to “Follow the money

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  2. JK

    “Yes, I know my inquiring mind is in overdrive today …”

    No shit.

    “Al Qaeda is an off-shoot of THE SALAFIST MOVEMENT!”

    Should you get challenged LB, on any of your conclusions/claims, all you need do is just a wee bit more study/research on the biography of just a single individual – his main accomplice sleeping with the fishes – but I think you’ll immediately know who of soon as the link is clicked.

    That year, 1979 does seem pivotal doesn’t it?

    • Ok, maybe I need to rephrase this in more of a JK formula of A>B>C>D>E to show the radicalization process to the crap going on with AQI>ISIL>ISIS>IS>Daesh and we’ve got radical black Muslim groups right here calling for anarchy in America and our press remains clueless and won’t murmur the word Islamic radicalization run amok

      We’ve got this lone, bossy, New York Jewish lady standing up and giving them the finger. Growing up in the Pocono Mountains in PA, an area invaded by New Yorkers, and other city dwellers for the past 30 years, creating a completely new demographic and causing my PA Dutch family and neighbors to preface every comment about them with, “those damn city people!”, I can understand why her pushy NY demeanor, probably, more than her cartoon-drawing contests raises people’s hackles. She’s not backing down, lol.

      • Oh, JK, years ago I came across, a Harvard Study no less, on the impact of this demographic shift on the Pocono Mountains – covering everything from the culture to the environment, but just hearing my late mother launch into a tirade about a New York refugee (fleeing the city) demanding street lights for her little residential area tucked into the picturesque woodlands, where nary a sidewalk exists, says it all: Things like, “Who in hell needs streetlights here?” and “Why should we pay taxes for their stupid crap?” And I doubt a single local PA Dutch person wanted to talk to a researcher from Harvard, lol

      • JK

        Don’t think I don’t know, haven’t heard

        “That’s not the way we did it up Nawth” (accompanied immediately with some muttering usually about the only thing [accent you know] recognizeable, ‘dumb hillbilly.’

        But then when, the ice rather than the fluffy snow like falls Up Nawth, we’uns gets our’n hee haws with, “Well, I got on the internet and checked what y’all gets charged to pull your dumb ass outta the ditch up nawth so watcher bitchin’ bout?”

        “[M]aybe I need to rephrase this in more of a JK formula”

        Nope. You don’t.

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