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Thursday, February 25, 2010


Although I have soured on Sarah Palin for her support of incumbent Republican progressive John McCain in his primary with J.D. Hayworth - as well as her endorsement of Rand Paul, Senatorial candidate in Kentucky - she has stood strong against relentless attacks. Another woman who is standing up to the vitriol of a merciless liberal yak machine is Michelle Bachmann of Minnesota.

There is another, less known woman from North Carolina who is fighting a battle neither Bachmann nor Palin has waged thus far. U.S. Representative from North Carolina, Sue Myrick (R-Charlotte) is coming under fire for her courage in standing up to Islamic extremism in the United States.

According to the Raleigh Observer:
Myrick, a Charlotte Republican and former mayor of the city, contends that extremists are working their way into U.S. Muslim communities, infiltrating government institutions and influencing American citizens to attack their own country. Her activism earns plaudits from some conservatives - but criticism from Muslim constituents who fear that her tone endangers a community 3 million strong and deeply imbedded in the nation's fabric. Tonight, months after pledging to do so, Myrick will meet with Charlotte's Muslim community.
As a member of the House Intelligence Committee, Myrick has proposed a plan to take this Islamic threat to the United States head-on with a program called, "Wake Up". According to the Observer...
It suggested cutting off exchange programs and munitions sales with Saudi Arabia, passing legislation that would make calls for death to American citizens a form of treason, and investigating the selection of Arabic translators working for the Pentagon and FBI. In recent months, Myrick has taken on the Muslim law known as Shariah, suggested universities are being influenced by the austere brand of Islam common to Saudi Arabia known as Wahhabism and warned that Muslims have infiltrated political and military circles.
Predictably, this has prompted calls of McCarthyism from the left and the Islamic community. Those who know the truth know that this is nothing more than a tactic designed to distract people from focusing on the facts. They want to shut down debate by invoking Joe McCarthy.

When you consider what's in the closet of the Muslim Brotherhood right here in the United States, it's obvious to see why that is the objective. Myrick also wrote the foreword to the Muslim Mafia, a book about how the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), the Muslim Students Assocation (MSA), and others are nothing more than front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood. For some context, Hamas is a Muslim Brotherhood group. Click here to see how friendly they are. The author's son posed as an intern for CAIR and was able to retrieve approximately 12,000 pages that prove just that according to Dave Gaubatz.

In by far one of the most under-reported stories, the Obama envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), Rashad Hussain was not only caught lying about his sympathetic words about convicted Islamic terrorist Sami al-Arian in 2004 but he had to admit to getting a publication to edit his quotes from the story when POLITICO presented a recording of the MSA event to the White House.

Since that story broke, I have maintained that the most egregious aspect of it is not Hussain's attempts to cover-up his words but rather the fact that he was even at an MSA event to begin with. Click here to read about the MSA. Be prepared for an extraordinary amount of hyperlinks.

Aaron Klein, a Jew who manages to get Islamic extremists to tell him exactly what they plan to do, has written an article about how Islamists have infiltrated the United States government. Keep the MSA in mind as you read Klein's piece about the ISNA, which was founded by the MSA in 1981, the same MSA that sponsored the event where current Obama Islamic envoy to the OIC, Rashad Hussain spoke in 2004.

Not only that but the ISNA was an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF) trial in which defendants were found guilty on all counts relating to funding Islamic terrorism.

Quoting from Klein's piece:
Last week, President Obama's top adviser on counter-terrorism, John Brennan, came under fire for controversial remarks he made in a speech to Muslim law students at New York University. The event was sponsored by the Islamic Society of North America, or ISNA.

ISNA is known for its enforcement of Saudi-style Islam in mosques throughout the U.S. It was named by the Justice Department as an unindicted co-conspirator in its case against the Holy Land Foundation in Texas, which was found guilty in 2008 of raising money for the Hamas terrorist organization. Last year, Holy Land founders were given life sentences for "funneling $12 million to Hamas.
Got that? Obama's counter-terrorism czar John Brennan spoke at an event sponsored by an undicted co-conspirator with ties to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood and sounded like Neville Chamberlain in front of Hitler.

Now compare John Brennan with Sue Myrick.

Be sure to read Klein's entire article.


Making news recently was the fact that Saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talal has become the 2nd largest shareholder in Rupert Murdoch's NewsCorp, parent company of Fox News. It has now been learned that the purchase of stock in ownership is being reciprocated on the part of Murdoch. Talal has a media company as well - Rotana Media - and News Corp has bought a $70m stake in it according to the Financial Times:
The move will mark News Corp’s most significant investment so far in the Middle East, where faster GDP growth, a young population and maturing advertising markets have begun to draw US and European media groups facing slow growth in their home markets.

”This is a qualitative leap not just for Rotana but for the whole Arab world,” Prince Alwaleed told a press conference. ”We are set to gain deep experience from News Corp ... on television, movie production and technology,” he said. ”They own MySpace ... We can learn from this, the new media field.”
It has widely been acknowledged that along with Talal's interest in News Corp. has come the ability to influence content. Diana West at the Washington Examiner reported on Talal's boasting that he was able to contact Murdoch by phone during the Muslim riots in France and successfully got the news channel to change the banner identifying the rioters as Muslim.
Alwaleed has bragged that it only took a phone call to ensure that Fox coverage of Muslim rioting in France not be described as "Muslim" rioting in France, a boast News Corp. has never denied.
Even more telling is when Accuracy in Media's Cliff Kincaid, who is a News Corp. stockholder, questioned Murdoch about the incident at the 2006 annual meeting. Murdoch's answer was borderline absurd:
At the annual meeting of News Corporation, parent of Fox News, chairman Rupert Murdoch confirmed that a call from a Saudi Prince had resulted in a change in how the Fox News Channel covered the Muslim riots in France in 2005. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, a significant investor in News Corporation, told Murdoch he objected to highlighting the Muslim role in the riots. Murdoch said the change was made after it was determined that there was a Catholic role in the riots.
Yes, you read that right - "Catholic" car burners in France. Back to the piece in the Financial Times. Something increasingly worth paying attention to is the heir apparent to Rupert Murdoch, his son James.
The prince is not on News Corp’s board of directors, but last month anointed James Murdoch, head of News Corp’s European and Asian operations, as his father’s eventual successor.

“If he [Rupert Murdoch] doesn’t appoint him, I’ll be the first one to nominate him to be the successor of Mr Rupert Murdoch, God forbid if something happens to him,” the prince told Charlie Rose, a US television interviewer.
While Rupert has repeatedly shown that his allegiance to any form of conservatism is a distant second behind bottom lines, there has at least been a trace of the former. His son, according to the aforementioned piece in the Examiner, is...
a left-wing global warmist with virulently anti-Israel views
Considering the overwhelming anti-semitism toward Jews that exists in the Middle East, shouldn't this be a bit of a concern?

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