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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

USA Government Infiltrated by Muslim Brotherhood

Nadene Goldfoot
Why was it that the shooting at Ft. Hood by a Muslim soldier was called a "crime" by the FBI and not an act of terrorism.  This same crime was even called a "workplace violence" by Pentagon officials in their reports.  The DHS and other government workers call such a threat "violent extremism".

What it really was should be called the truth: a killing from the jihad movement;  The Muslim Brotherhood jihadi movement which supports terrorists.

On November 5, 2009 Ft Hood, Texas, which is the USA's largest and most populous military installation center, fell victim to one Major Nidal Malik Hasan, psychiatrist who went on a rampage killing 13 and wounding 29.  It was the worst shooting.  Hasan was a Palestinian.  The victims today who lived are demanding this incident to be called an act of terrorism, which is what it was.  "The shooting for Hasan “was his jihad,” said Staff Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford, who was shot five times that day."  Representatives John Carter and Michael McCaul have written to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, "The congressmen believe Hasan, despite being known to colleagues as an unstable, radical Islamist, was promoted in the Army and not fully investigated after suspicious behavior because the military was afraid being seen as biased against his religion. They think that hesitancy is still at play in deciding what to call the shooting."  So there had been signs of this doctor's feelings and intentions and these were ignored.

Our American consulate in Libya's death, we were told, came off as a result of a YouTube video which was "offensive to Muslims" instead of being told the truth our government seemed to know about.  We had our consulate people battling over 200 Al Qaeda fighters for 6 hours and this heroism was ignored.  Our Ambassador Chris Stevens  was murdered viciously and 3 others were slaughtered  with him.  The aftermath "surveys of Islamist websites confirmed that al-Qaedists were carrying out a preplanned assassination."

Why all this tip-toeing around with labeling attacks by not calling a terrorist attack a terrorist attack?  Could it be that we have been penetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood?

Imam Mohammed Magid is a major player in our government.  He advises our senior leaders.  Members of the Muslim community moderated and led the training of a 2 day program in July this year hosted by the CIA in Langley, Virginia called "Countering Violent Extremism Workshop for the National Capital Register."  The Imam spoke on "Building Communities of Trust".

A front organization of the Muslim Brotherhood is "The ADAMS Center, founded by people like Ahmed Totanji.  The Iman is their Executive Director and is also the President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).  They were supporters of the Holy Land Foundation in Dallas, 2008, a terrorism financing group.  Here he is advising our US intelligence and law enforcement officials.

And why not?  The Iman is a guest at the White House and works with National Security, advises Hillary Clinton, and is on the DHS Homeland Security Advisory Working Group and has even received awards from the FBI.  He's in on financing Hamas, the terrorists in Gaza.  Don't we feel safe?  John Brennan, our Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counter Terrorism and the Assistant to the President Obama thinks there's no problem.  I wonder if he's ever followed the Holy Land Foundation trial.

All this puts Jews and Israel in great peril as the Muslim Brotherhood's charter calls for the destruction of not only the USA but Israel and Jews as well.  Their charter is violent and calls for a take-over.  All people should become familiar with what they stand for.  It's not the constitution of the United States.   

"  The Brotherhood wants America to fall. It tells followers to be “patient” because America “is heading towards its demise.” The U.S. is an infidel that “does not champion moral and human values and cannot lead humanity. Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Muhammed Badi, Sept. 2010".   

Resource:  Muslim Brotherhood Charter

1 comment:

Nadene Goldfoot said...

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied an appeal of four Holy Land Foundation organizers who were convicted in 2008 on charges of conspiring to send money to Hamas. The four appellants were Shukri Abu Baker, sentenced to 65 years in prison; Ghassan Elashi, sentenced to 65 years; Mufid Abdulqader, sentenced to 20 years; Abdulrahman Odeh, sentenced to 15 years. (JTA)