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Monday, February 14, 2011

Texas Senate Signs on to Educational Jihad

Fethullah Gülen is an Imam from Turkey and he very well may be the Islamic version of George Soros. He helped to transform Turkey's Secular government to an Islamist one in the 2002 elections there. Before doing so, he had fled to the United States to escape an indictment in Turkey that alleged he was attempting to overthrow the Turkish government and install an Islamist one similar to the one that now exists.

Via Big Peace:
The Texas State Senate is now officially complicit in the furtherance of stealth Jihad in America. It makes no difference if its recent actions demonstrate willful collaboration or willful ignorance; the result is the same.

Shamefully, the facts behind Senate State Resolution No. 85, which honored an Islamist by the name of Fethullah Gülen, should enrage not only every Texan but every American. It was a resolution with five co-authors – three Republicans and two Democrats – and consisted of less than two full pages, a paltry 328 words. It passed without objection from even one of the thirty-one Senators even though 22 of those words said this:

Fethullah Gülen and the movement for social justice he inspired are truly deserving of recognition for their impact on our global society;

Republican Lt. Governor David Dewhurst chaired the session and said the following after passage on January 25th:

“The Senate of the State of Texas is pleased to recognize Fethullah Gülen for his ongoing and inspirational contributions to the promotion of global peace and understanding.”

Gülen is an Imam from Turkey and his movement is credited with being instrumental in transitioning his country’s leadership from secular to Islamist. That transition started in 2002 when the Justice and Development (AKP) Party took power. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and President Abdullah Gül are both Gülen sympathizers.

In 1998, Gülen fled Turkey for the United States, ostensibly to escape indictment for promoting the overthrow of Turkey’s secular government so it could be replaced with an Islamist one. He continues to live in Eastern Pennsylvania and controls billions of dollars while pushing a similar agenda of Islamizing America in the form of countless schools; it has been referred to as “the education jihad.” One of his institutes sits at the University of Houston and boasts of showcasing U.S. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Hou), Kofi Annan, former Secretary of State Madeline Albright, Nelson Mandela, recent gubernatorial candidate and Houston Mayor Bill White (D), and James Baker.1

Gülen is the quintessential example of a stealth jihadist. In a sermon, he said the following to Turks in 1999 while exhorting them to overthrow their secular government covertly:

You must move in the arteries of the system without anyone noticing your existence until you reach all the power centers … until the conditions are ripe, they [the followers] must continue like this. If they do something prematurely, the world will crush our heads, and Muslims will suffer everywhere, like in the tragedies in Algeria, like in 1982 [in] Syria … like in the yearly disasters and tragedies in Egypt. The time is not yet right. You must wait for the time when you are complete and conditions are ripe, until we can shoulder the entire world and carry it … You must wait until such time as you have gotten all the state power, until you have brought to your side all the power of the constitutional institutions in Turkey … Until that time, any step taken would be too early—like breaking an egg without waiting the full forty days for it to hatch. It would be like killing the chick inside. The work to be done is [in] confronting the world. Now, I have expressed my feelings and thoughts to you all—in confidence … trusting your loyalty and secrecy. I know that when you leave here—[just] as you discard your empty juice boxes, you must discard the thoughts and the feelings that I expressed here.

Ironically, juice boxes contain the equivalent of kool-aid and disgustingly, the Capitol of Texas is acting as an incubator for Fethullah Gülen’s eggs.

Time to start cracking some before it’s too late.

[1] Donna Garner, “Muslim Indoctrination at Taxpayers’ Expense,” August 18, 2010
Go to Big Peace for all hyperlinks backing up this article.

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Donald Trump's Abortion Problem

Business tycoon and staunch capitalist Donald Trump is apparently running for president of the United States. His success, his background, and his message are all resonating with many on the right as capitalism itself is under attack; he's one of its biggest proponents. However, if he has even the slightest chance of winning the nomination, it will have to come with a Road to Damascus experience on abortion. So far, it looks like he's simply being political in appealing to social conservatives.

Via CNS News:
Before Trump entered the ballroom at the Marriott Wardman Hotel to speak, asked him, “Do you think your pro-choice stance will affect your run for president of the United States?”

“Who said I’m pro-choice?” Trump replied before being pulled away by handlers.

In his 2000 book, The America We Deserve, Trump said, “I support a woman’s right to choose, but I am uncomfortable with the procedures."

On Nov. 18, 2010, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos asked Trump, “Are you pro-choice?”

Trump said, “I am -- well, I don't want to discuss right now, but you will be shocked when I give you that answer. … Well, you will be very surprised when I give you -- I'm going to make a decision [about running for president]. And when I make a decision I'll let you know about that. But, I think you'll probably be surprised.”

Then, in an interview yesterday with talk-radio host Laura Ingraham, Trump said, “I am pro-life.”
Trump knows he needs the social conservatives to get any traction. Indications are that's why his position on abortion appears to be more than just slightly malleable. In the past, someone like him might be able to massage his message enough to satiate the conservative base. Not today, however. the Tea Party is too politically savvy to fall for it.

Sorry Donald. Damascus is this way.....

Video: Pamela Geller Calls out Muslim Brotherhood Infiltraitors at CPAC

In the run-up to CPAC, various groups and individuals boycotted the largest Conservative political conference for its allowing GOProud to attend. Others stayed away because of the reports that a man with Muslim Brotherhood ties - Suhail Khan - was on the Board of Directors. I must admit, my inclination was to adopt that view as well, mainly because I didn't think people who opposed Khan - along with the guy who helped put him in the position, Grover Norquist - wouldn't call them out at the event.

Boy, was I wrong. David Horowitz named names as did Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs. Geller took it a step further and explained why it is important for those who know the truth to show up at CPAC and take it back rather than stay away and let it go to the wolves.

Via The Blaze:

Go HERE to watch Suhail Khan deny the Muslim Brotherhood exists in the United States and then watch Horowitz call out both Khan and Norquist during his speech.


John McCain Lying to American People

I'm tired of giving these politicians the benefit of the doubt concerning whether or not they know the truth. John McCain has been inside the beltway for decades so to assume he doesn't know he's lying here is simply too much of a stretch to even warrant the slightest of consideration. In saying that the Egyptian protests are a repudiation of al Qaeda is a lie; it is a lie. Let me say it again. It is a lie. Go figure; John McCain was the most prominent Republican to repudiate Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) when the latter spoke the truth during a joint session of congress when he yelled, 'You Lie' to Barack Obama.

Now this?

Via CBS:
The Arizona Republican called the Egyptian revolution a "repudiation of al Qaeda," and praised the peaceful nature of the protests demanding Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.

"The Egyptians helped us in the fight against al Qaeda," he said. "This revolution is a direct repudiation of al Qaeda, who believe that the only way you bring about change is through violence."
Senator McCain, al Qaeda IS the Muslim Brotherhood. It is ludicrous for him to allude to the Egyptians helping us in the fight against al-Qaeda when the government that supported us in that fight was led by Mubarak. Conservatives should reflect on whether they'd be better off if McCain had lost his election to the Democrat opponent.

However, McCain did make a point worth noting as events unfold. Right now, countries like Russia and China are going to need to step back and not look so hostilely at the United States; they may need our help at some point.
Arizona Sen. John McCain predicted on Sunday that the recent governmental overthrow in Egypt would likely spur similar movements throughout the world, and warned foreign leaders in countries like China and Russia that they might be "a little less secure" of their power in light of recent events.

"I don't think this is confined to the Middle East, just as we believe that human rights are universal," said McCain, in an interview with CBS' "Face the Nation."

"These winds of change that are blowing, I think I would be a little less cocky in the Kremlin with my KGB cronies today if I were [Russian Prime Minister] Vladimir Putin," he warned. "I would be a little less secure in the seaside resort that [Chinese] President Hu and a few men who govern and decide the fate of 1.3 billion people."
Of course, McCain's never had his words come back and bite him more than these; the bite is seemingly deeper with each passing day.

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