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1. That tweet today about the Irish PM nuzzling up to the Irish front-man for the Muslim Brotherhood makes my blood boil (I am one-quarter Irish). Europe is being overrun and changed BIGLY.
2. The Muslim Brotherhood (a Sunni supremacist organization) was founded in Egypt in 1928. Its original focus was focused on education of the illiterate, provision of medical care through new hospitals, and establishment of business enterprises.
3. It may have been altruistic at the beginning, but it is not so much anymore, as they were radicalized by two key events: the foundation of the state of Israel in 1948 and the Iranian revolution in 1979 that led to the current Islamist Republic of Iran.
4. MB now supports “global jihad” and views the organization itself as an “international Muslim body” seeking to establish “the Islamic state” throughout the world. And they have a plan….
5. The MB has long been linked to Hamas, Islamic Jihad, the PLO, and other terrorist organizations throughout the Middle East (esp. in Egypt). The MB heavily influence the “Arab spring” embraced by the Obama regime. But I am getting ahead of myself.
journals.openedition.org/poldev/1431
6. A soft overview of the MB in the legacy media can be found here. It is banned in some countries in the Middle East & aligned with political parties in other countries that wish to implement Islamist states. Qatar is a primary base of support for the MB.
bloomberg.com/graphics/2017-…
7. In 2011, the MB founded the Freedom and Justice Party in Egypt with a goal to turn the country into an Islamist state similar to Iran. Its leader, Mohammed Morsi, was elected prime minister in 2012 and proceeded to push for a new constitution to achieve MB’s Islamist goals.
8. Incidentally, Morsi’s election was widely embraced by the Obama regime:
politico.com/blogs/politico…
9. Popular outcries against Morsi, spurred by failing public services and a deteriorating internal security situation, led to Morsi’s ouster by Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in July 2013.
10. Qatar was isolated diplomatically and otherwise by its GCC neighbors in 2017 due to its continuing ties to terrorist organizations and the MB:
bbc.com/news/world-mid…
11. Closer to home, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has long been tied to the MB’s “American network” and terrorist organizations. Is sharia law coming to the US? Think Dearbornistan.
investigativeproject.org/profile/172/th…
12. The Obama administration was riddled with MB supporters, which explains to some extent, Obama’s embrace of Mohammed Morsi in Egypt.
wnd.com/2014/01/genera…
13. Let’s get back to the MB’s long-term goals and objectives. Of particular importance is the MB’s “Project.” This is a “flexible, multi-phased, long-term approach to the cultural invasion of the West.”
14. It explains what has been going on in Europe with the so-called “migrant invasion” and subsequent rise in violent crime that we have all observed. The Project also includes gaining direct influence in the US gov't, too. Here are a couple of excerpts from an important article:
14A. “The massive Muslim Brotherhood organizational network in the U.S., so patiently built up over the decades since that first Oval Office meeting in 1953, eventually gave it a prominence and (false) reputation of credibility that was unmatched by any other Islamic groups, ….
14B. “…moderate or otherwise. Using a combination of taqiyya (deceit, dissimulation) and intimidation, the Muslim Brotherhood succeeded not only in making itself the "go-to" authority on all things related to Islam, ….
14C. “…but in suppressing those who would speak truth about Islam—again, often by persuading the U.S.'s own senior officials to do the job for them: ‘by their hands’.”
15. The rest of the article summarizes the penetration of the US government by MB sympathizers and activists from the Bush 41 presidency onward. It is a must read to understand their objectives for America and the rest of the world!
gatestoneinstitute.org/3672/muslim-br…
16. How is “The Project” unfolding in Europe? Well, that tweet of the Irish PM and MB front-man is just one result of their infiltration. French colonialism in North Africa has led to a continuing migration of Muslims from North Africa to France:
thelocal.fr/20171201/how-f…
17. There are over 10 million foreign nationals in Germany (~12% of the population). Many are Muslim “migrants” (the non-PC term would be illegal alien). Migrant-related crimes in Germany have sky-rocketed:
dw.com/en/german-stat…
18. Sweden has taken more “migrants” per capita than any other EU country, with the result being greatly increased crime rates and a strain on public services:
usatoday.com/story/news/wor…
19. And then there are the sharia town councils in the UK and the lack of political will to do anything about it there:
thenational.ae/world/europe/u…
20. The only countries with a sane immigration policy aimed at preserving their heritage and culture are found in former Iron Curtain countries like Poland & Hungary. Many of us in the US have watched aghast while countries in Europe seem hell-bent on committing cultural seppuku.
21. Fortunately, @POTUS and others in his administration recognize the threat and are doing something about it. Although not designating the MB as a terrorist organization outright, the Trump administration, various chapters and offshoots were so designated, ….
21A. …and its violent affiliates and terrorist allies are being rolled up.
bloomberg.com/view/articles/…
22. I am not sure that we are doing enough across the board, nor do sufficient Americans actually recognized the long-term threat to our society. The Europeans don’t seem to, & we have been falling into the same trap because the political Left wish us to follow Europe’s lead.
23. Let’s look at things historically & philosophically for a minute. Western civilization was consumed by religious wars in the 16th through 18th centuries, particularly after Protestant Reformation. As European colonial empires grew, the wars shifted to being economic-driven….
23A. …in the mid-18th through mid-20th centuries. The “great” ideological wars of the 20th century were the first secular wars wherein religion had no real play. WWI involved a politico-economic struggle among the last Western empires while WWII was an ideological struggle ….
23B. … between a fascist alliance on one hand and capitalist allies plus Communist Russia and feudal China on the other (an over-simplification for discussion purposes).
24. I would argue that the enormous loss of life in Europe during WWI and WWII plus the establishment of Communist rule over Eastern Europe in 1945 accelerated the secularization of the continent, making Europe even more susceptible to the MB’s “Project”.
25. Without strong personal Judeo-Christian religious beliefs, people become more susceptible to other religions and cults. WWII virtually wiped out the Jewish population in Europe; Marxism and now Islam are finishing the job after a fashion.
26. Christians in particular have a real blindside that the MB “Project” exploits, & that is the tolerance that is taught in Christian countries. In America, we tolerate all “races, colors, & creeds” and assure ourselves that everyone new to the country will assimilate over time.
27. Not so with radical Muslims, as we see across Europe with “no-safe zones” in large cities, the increasing incidence of sharia laws in towns in the UK, and even cultural division in places like Dearborn, MI:
theguardian.com/us-news/ng-int…
28. It occurs to me that eventually there will have to be a Spanish Civil War-type quality action throughout Europe – there, I said it! It seems to me that Europe is sitting on a powder keg similar to but not matching to that of the 1930s.
29. It might be best started in the UK (island bastion kind of op-plan) and then actual WWII styled resistance building on the mainland. A (bring your own gun (BYOG) kind of affair.
30. I wonder at the feelings of those who were paying close attention in Europe as they watched the 1930's play out, understanding the calamity that was descending upon the world.
31. It wasn't just Churchill and Patton - there must have been a lot of folks spinning like dervishes and suffering from blind, cowardly governments. Maybe they were waiting for another Polish king to save them all – like King John III Sobieski did at the gates of Vienna in 1683.
32. There was a different threat of course in the 1930s, but lookie here! It’s the 1683 threat once again, and now modernized for 2018, so the analogy fits after a fashion. The closest thing to a King John is Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán who closed the Hungarian border to migrants.
33. I know that following the current chain of world/U.S. events makes me ill and angry - with no clear way to legitimate action except to give money to political scammers - who mostly are in it for the dough. I am all spun up with no outlet for operational energies (threading?).
34. I *REALLY* don’t want to see the US – or Europe, for that matter – succumb to the MB’s grand scheme. We can’t lull ourselves to sleep by lumping the MB in with ISIS which has essentially been eliminated as a threat.
35. Nor can we allow ourselves to be distracted by domestic political battles in DC. We need to push-back HARD on all Muslim immigrants who don’t assimilate, as well as carefully sift through those foreigners we admit into the country. Or we’ll be going, going, gone! ///The end.
Addendum: I'm not crying "wolf," as it would appear that the Euro "elite" are surrendering to the invasion. Time for pitch forks in Europe! frontpagemag.com/fpm/271087/the…
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