Friday, January 21, 2011

The Muslim Brotherhood's Infiltration of the Conservative Movement

There is a battle roaring as I write this. Instead of the blast of mortar rounds we hear, it is the click clacking of keyboards and the susserations of whispers in the corridors of power.  It is being waged by boring, suit wearing, briefcase wielding people in boring ways so we can be forgiven for not being aware of it- BUT IT IS VITALLY IMPORTANT! One side wants to prevent the subversion and destruction of our country by the other side.

Frank Gaffney and Suhail Khan both members of a very influential conservative group I couldn't possibly give more of  a shit about are duke-ing it out.

On one side is Frank Gaffney, President of the Center for Security Policy in Washington,
and instrumental in the development of the actually important Team B II Report, Shariah: The Threat To America. That report states that the Muslim Brotherhood is using a web of groups and agents of influence to subvert the United States.

On the other is Suhail Khan, a fucking snake.

Suhail Khan is a Muslim Brotherhood operative who has wormed his way into the corridors of conservative power in order to further the fascist agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood. He has done this by (among other things) subverting various anti terror initiatives and policies and engaging in acts specifically designed to split and nullify the Conservatives on the issues relating to Islam, Anti-Terror and National Defence. He is also using his position to try to stifle Frank Gaffney's attempts to bring his dark deeds to light.

The Muslim Brotherhood's goal is to make the whole world subject to Shariah Law. To do this they use agents of influence to to infiltrate any politically useful group in a target country weather it be left or right. Once in power these infiltrators use deception and political connections to make the target country more and more hardline Islamic.

It is a group started in Egypt in 1928 and now has operatives and organizations all over the world. In the United States these groups form a web identical in appearance to the web of groups the Soviets fielded in the US during the cold war. It has been proven in US courts that these groups are committed, despite any public statements they may make, to the destruction of the United States and the implementation of hardline Islamic rule.

They use the news attractive screaming mee-mees of Al Quida to further their own agenda. They try to present themselves to the government as a moderating counter influence to Al Quida but in fact have the EXACT same agenda. While Al Quida gets all our attention by pounding on our front door, the Muslim Brotherhood has been sneaking in the back door.

Many of these people have presented themselves as moderates in order to get influence with the US government but have been later proven to have ties to terror. Several people connected to these groups are in fact serving well deserved prison terms or have fled the country.

It's not Alex Jones paranoiac nwo nuttiness. All the info about this has been documented by real journalists working for respected news outlets and people with verifiable and extensive law enforcement, defence, and other government experience.

Subversion is not just anti pinko commie paranoia either. It has been a widely used military strategy for thousands of years. It was written of by Sun Tzu in the Art of War and was even used by the ancient Romans. The point of subversion is to crush the enemy's resistance thru deception and the sowing of confusion of the leaders and population. Instead of fighting them in a battlefield you fight them in their minds and perceptions and confuse and demoralize them so they cannot take decisive action. A very good example of it can be seen in the manipulations of Theodin by Wormtounge in the Lord of The Rings. There are many people who claim the soviets did this to western countries in various ways.

Here is the link to an article that delineates Khans maleficent deeds by Frank Gaffney, one of the guys in the fight. A lot of it appears to be boring or confusing but is actually very very alarming so please READ IT CAREFULLY.
Muslim Brotherhood Influence Operations and the Conservative Movement

Here is the Team B II Report on Amazon - I don't get any money from this link and do not monetize this blog and there are lots of other legal ways to get a hold of it for free on the Internet.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Update on Saudi Arabia's Clampdown on Free Speach

The news about NAZI GERMANY'S Saudi Arabia's clampdown on free speech on the Internet keeps getting worse. It turns out the rules are worse then the Saudis had previously said they would be.

- Non citizens cannot write about news (whatever the fuck that means).
-Chat room users are encouraged to register with the government.
-ALL electronic news sites must strictly abide by Islamic sharia law (you know, that system of jurisprudence that has a zillion different schools of interpretation).
-Electronic news sites must not compromise public order. (Whatever Muhammad's cock that means- probably whatever the Nazis Saudis want it to mean at any given time.)
-Mobile phone/smart phone content is included in these rules.
-All news bloggers to provide the Saudi Arabian government with detailed information on their hosting company. This could easily allow the Saudi Arabian government to block access to a particular website across domains or to even force hosting companies to take dissidents' websites offline.

And of course:

-ALL Saudi news blogs and electronic news sites are now required to include the call to Islam.

People will have to get a licence to operate a blog. If they break the rules above (and don't bribe the correct officials- it is a 3rd world country after all) they will have their sites taken down and refused permission to write on the Internet.

What this means is that ALL bloggers are now going to be strong armed into paying baksheesh to various Saudi Officials in order to keep their blogs going. I don't know about corruption in Saudi Arabia specifically but we all know about corruption in 3rd world (and especially arabic) countries. In many of those countries not only is it completely acceptable for bureaucrats to "feed at the troth", you are considered a fool for not doing so.
Here is the story from Jihadwatch about Neal Ungerleider's Story for Fast Company

Saudi Arabia to bloggers: Hey, guess what you're going to write about!

What I want to know is this. Will the internet group known as "Anonymous", who fought for Wikileaks and the freedom of information, chime in on this? It could be suspected that Julian Assange and "Anonymous" are really working for a foreign government or a group that is only anti American or anti capitalist. If they make their feelings known about this then we will know they are actually committed to their ideals. If they don't it will make me think that they are actually working for a foreign government and only paying lip service to the ideal of freedom of information.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Saudi Arabia's Fascist Takeover of Blogging

Saudi Arabia has announced that anyone in Saudi Arabia who wants to e-publish in any way must have a licence from the Government. If you want to have a a blog, online newspaper, or similar form of electronic publishing  in Saudi Arabia you will specifically have to be a Saudi National, over 20, Hold a high school or higher qualification, be of good conduct and behaviour, and hold an appropriate licence given by the Ministry.

And remember this is what The OIC working to make these sorts of rules for the entire world. Lets take a look at what each of the "qualifications" really mean.

Have to be a Saudi National. Self explanatory. No sub human fernrers have the right to express themselves publicly. That means if you are one of the gazillion foreign workers treated like shit in Saudi Arabia you will no longer be allowed to tell people how shitty the Saudis treat foreigners.

Over 20. So even if you are Saudi you don't have the freedom to express yourself if you are not old enough. Talk about your nanny state.

Hold a high school or higher qualification. So any Saudi who is poor no longer has the right to free expression.

Be of Good Conduct and Behavior. WHAT THE FAT FLYING FUCK IS THIS CUNTING SHIT? That means you have to conform to an unspecified, subjective and arbitrary opinion of whichever random person is reviewing your licence application. Also you can't be a dirty faggot (not a "bottom" at least- they don't consider "tops" to be dirty fags- even their bigotry has double standards).

What it really means is that if you conform to everything else but say something the government doesn't like they will cook up a lie that you did something that is not of good conduct and behavior and deny you the right to free expression on the internet.

Furthermore unless they are different from every other bureaucrat in the shit eating third world they will use that threat to suck bribes out of everyone.

Must have a licence that is up for renewal every three years. If you say something they don't like (which is the ONLY actual rule though in typical muslim fashion it's poorly hidden behind a bunch of bullshit) they will revoke your licence and you won't be able to express yourself freely on the internet.

So the real rules are - 1) Don't say anything negative about Islam, Muhammad or life in Saudi Arabia or the government and 2) have enough cash on hand to pay a bribe.

The actual news piece is here: Saudi Arabia clamps down on Bloggers, News Sites, Others

Now If you are in Saudi Arabia you will have to send your story to another country to be e-published.

I guess we had better say whatever we want to say about Saudi Arabia now before it's illegal.

I love Wikileaks. But Please Don't Interfere With Our Next Election.

I tried to send this letter to Wikileaks but there isn't Email contact information on the Wikileaks site so I will post it here and mail modified versions of it to letters/opinion pages of newspapers.

It is Truthiocity's Official Policy that Wikileaks does Rock. Asange may or may not be a commie pinko semi-sorta-not really-but-at-least-we-got-the-rumor-out-there rapist. ( I and everyone else in the world seriously doubt that last one - the timely exposure of a targets supposed sexual activities/alcohol and drug use/sanity/cannibalism by, er, certain government bodies, has not been entirely unknown to have happened in the past. If he was a bloodthirsty psychopathic warlord or a tin pot fascist dictator it would be one thing. But he ain't- so it's in bad taste to pull this crap. )

It's absolutely hysterical to see right/conservative leaning sites calling for his head in one post and then saying "see? We were right about xxx because Wikilieaks confirms what we've been saying all along!"  I have taken advantage of their reporting on this blog to toot my own measly horn as well (see the post "I am so smart! I am so smart! I am so smart!" below).

All that being said,

It is my humble(ish) opinion that to release any leaks about American diplomatic or military matters during the Presidential Election would be damaging to the democratic process. It will put Mr. Asange and Wikileaks in the same boat as the people who illegally knocked African American voters off the voting rolls in 2000, the republican appointee judges who helped George Bush II steal the election of 2000, the Swifboaters of 2004, those who manipulated color alerts preceding the 2004 election and, those behind the manipulation of electronic voting machines in 2004 (don't you dare say it didn't happen). It will look like Wikileaks is attempting to manipulate an election.

Mr. Asange will no longer be able to claim any sort of impartiality or objectivity.

I am not arguing for any particular side. There is a Democratic president in the whitehouse now and cables about the current administration will damage a democratic candidate as revelations about the previous president would damage a republican candidate. Revelations about democratic and republican administrations both could cause general disaffection and lowered voter turn out in general and confirm assertions in many minds that Wikileaks is really an anti American operation of a foreign government.

The press and "commentators" will spend time discussing what Wikileaks intentions might be rather then discussing the candidates or issues.

In the heat of an election people may not realize that cables are what the government is saying to itself and can inform about the governments decision process but THEY ARE NOT THE SAME AS FINAL DECISIONS on the subjects being discussed. A discussion on a subject incorporates information from many sources and opinions before a decision is made. I am sure Wikileaks knows this. I am sure most people know this. Unfortunately the leaks may not be presented that way when reported and "commented" on.

It would be very tempting to release something big a few days before a debate in order to influence what is discussed. It would be very tempting to release information that might affect the platforms of the candidates.

Of course drop a big one on day one after the election is decided or on day one of a new administration. but releasing revelations during the election would cause damage to the democratic process of the election itself.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Open Call For Vatican to Take More a More Active Role In Protecting the Lives of Christians Under Threat.

News has come to light that the Egypitan Police sent to guard the church in Alexandria removed themselves an hour before a car bomb was placed in front of that church. It is clear that muslim countries are only interested or capable of protecting their own citizens when those citizens are muslim. It thus falls to other entities to protect these non muslim citizens.

Christians are under physical attack in muslim countries now more then ever. Doesn't the Vatican have a dedicated police force called the Gendarme Corps of Vatican City State?  The Gendarme provide security, border control, and investigation. There is also The Swiss Guard, a small military force with the walls of Vatican City. The Vatican should send members of these forces to act as securtity when christian churches are under threat.

If they are not allowed into such countries officially then they should be sent covertly or as private security.

Statements from the Pope have no effect upon the actions of muslim countries.

If it was me I would just send them as private security contractors. If the vatican actually asks for permission then the muslim countries will just ask to build another mosque in Rome in return but then reneg on allowing the security detatchment to enter or actively hinder them once they are there.

Of course if there are Vatican supplied guards outside churches then the muslims will just stick to home invasions and murder on the street.

In any case the Vatican should be taking a more physical role in the protection of christians under attack in muslim countries.