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Edmund Onward James

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:06 pm    Post subject: Muslim Brotherhood in Canada & USA Reply with quote

The Muslim Association of Canada (MAC).

MAC says on its website that its "roots can be traced to the Islamic revival of the early 20th century, culminating in the movement of the Muslim Brotherhood." If the reader is left with any doubt about MAC's links with the Muslim Brotherhood, their website makes it abundantly clear:

"MAC adopts and strives to implement Islam . . . as understood in its contemporary context by the late Imam, Hassan Albanna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood."

Muslim Association of Canada - Traek Fatah

The Muslim Brotherhood, founded in Egypt in 1928, today is the world’s most influential Islamist movement. Its slogan “Islam is the solution” is not meant to apply to just the Arab world as it seeks to have Prophet Muhammed’s sayings and influence obtain a global reach. Their ultimate goal is that all non-believers convert to Islam—or face the consequences of a global Islamic society that is intolerant of them.

America's Peril: Islamic Extremists' War Strategy Gaining Ground - Lt. Colonel James Zumwalt, USMC (ret)

Fear the Muslim Brotherhood

Obama linked to Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

Muslim Brotherhood In America and Canada

Poor McCarthy. They keep using is name in a negative manner, whereas I think the hearings on Muslims is absolutely necessary for the uninformed and ill-advised.

There are too many homegrown radical bastards, everywhere. But Representative Peter King in USA has taken a bit long. And is it worth the effort, because guess who will be there... Honest Patriotic American Muslims?

Hearings on U.S. Muslims called McCarthyism

Rep. Peter King defends hearings on Islamic radicalization

King is interviewed by liberal CBS Nancy Cordes, who kept mentioning McCarthy. She suggested this hearing and his previous statements would hurt the Muslims feelings.
Edmund Onward James

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2011 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am so pleased that there are so many versed forum members about politics but few comment (except for Bugs, Craig,WestViking, don and there are others) about other big issues, such as multiculturalism, diversity, so close that it will bite our...
Micheal Tyzuk

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 12, 2011 11:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The problem is a complicated one.

On the one hand you have the leftists and progressives who want us to embrace the very people who are trying to replace our cherished freedom and liberty with a system of law, government, and religion that is compatible with neither freedom nor liberty, and who scream Islamophobia when someone stops and asks, "Is this really something we want to do?"

These wonderful specimens of humanity stand hand in hand with the extremists who insist on hiding behind children and detonating bombs in crowds and burning churches, and are fervent in their belief that everything would be better if we could just understand the extremist and learn to relate to them.

On the other hand you have an entire legion of people who are just plain scared and are so eager to solve the problem that they will do or say whatever it takes to make things the way they need them to be regardless of how it makes them look.

And caught in the middle are the moderates on both sides of the fence who just want to go on about their lives. The problem is that while moderate westerners have a political voice and, under the right circumstances, aren't afraid to make themselves heard, the same cannot be said of moderate Muslims who are taught from the cradle that they have no voice, and aren't entitled to one. And the few who do try to make themselves heard are either drowned out by the extremists or killed wholesale by their religious masters.

The secret to the whole thing is for the moderates to rise up en mass and make themselves be heard. They have the power to overthrow the dictators and the desire to live peacefully and respectfully, but there is a risk that they would sell out their hard-won freedom to the very same people who oppressed them in the first place, just because they're taught that the authority of the Imam's and Ayatollah's is absolute and derived directly from God.

None of which is likely to happen in my lifetime. But I still have hope.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 12, 2011 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you Micheal Tyzuk for commenting about a metaphoircal plague. And you must watch and listen to this video that was posted on the new conservative website Blue Canada www.bluecanada.ca

I posted it on my weblog and have listened and watched it a dozen times more, as I sit and write.

What would Reagan say and do about the Middle East or any other country that threatens Freedom & Liberty

By the way, it is not that complex. Despots, whether they are in theocracies or in totalitarian nations, are a constant threat. They continue to shackle the people from independence. My, I like that last part I shall post it on the weblog piece.

And what is astounding is that the left either likes that their heroes have total control, Hollywood and Castro, Che, etc or think that socialism is a community, all as one unit. No one should disturb the unity.

As far as the moderates there is no moderate Islam, period. Of course, there are moderates that desire modernity and progress, freedom and equality for women, for all. But too often they follow the clerics because they can be ostracized or worse.

Indeed, there are more Muslim voices speaking up, such as Traek Fatah and Salim Mansur.
Micheal Tyzuk

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 12, 2011 12:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Absolutely there are moderate Muslim voices speaking up, and that's a good thing. But it's not enough. The moderate Muslim needs to rise up en mass and make it clear that while they stand behind their religion they also stand behind the ideals of freedom and liberty that make up the backbone of their adopted nation.

The problem is that as long as the extremists keep slaughtering them because they can, then fewer and fewer voices are going to be heard because all the moderates are scared out of their minds.

It's easy for the left to like their despots - they don't have to live under them. And it's easy for the rest of us to hate them, and want to take them down. And it's all well and good for us to send out the armies to take them down. But nothing good is ever going to come without the people who live under these psychopaths rising up and taking what should be theirs by birthright.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That is just so-oo right!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


Rather than getting over animated pursuant to recent events, we must consider that the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is an Islamic organization that has a atrocious , vicious and sadistic history of terrorism, and also was the intellectual inspiration for the creation of terrorist organizations such as Al Qaeda and Hamas. Many believe that the MB was responsible for the assassination of Sadat in 1981 after they rejected the 1979 Camp David Accord. In 2008 the barbaric MB lionized bin Laden saying he was a “mujahid”, an idiom of tribute for a jihad warrior, rather than a terrorist. The MB’s mobs of thugs have hijacked the secular revolution spiraling it into a religious jihad by hordes of Islamic extremist screaming their philosophy: “Allah is our objective, the Prophet is our leader, the Koran is our law, jihad is our way, and dying in the way of Allah is our highest objective”

Barack Hussein Obama and his inexpert Secretary of State should recall that the barbaric MB’s strategy is not to institute an enlightened, liberal democratic Middle East; but rather, to impose Islamic totalitarianism, led by a High Caliphate similar to that of the 8th & 9th centuries, free of Western values, throughout the Middle East. A MB led state, advancing Arab nationalism, would immediately implement radical Islamic Shari law as promoted by Al Qaeda and supported by approximately three-quarters of Egypt’s Muslims, obliterate Israel, cause a barrel of oil to rise well above $150, and most definitely politicize the strategically indispensable Suez Canal.

Regretfully much of the Western World has been courting and coddling radical Islamists for too many years. Many Western administrations have welcomed the Brotherhood’s Islamist associates such as CAIR, The Muslim American Society, the Islamic Society of North America, and radical, activist’s mosque even though some of them have supported Hamas. Barack Hussein Obama’s strategic objective, if one can call it that, appears to be to work with these radical Islamists, and therefore, he has courted them; accordingly, he invited the MB to his 2009 Cairo speech, and has supported the Ground Zero mosque activists.

Daniel Pipe, director of the Middle East Forum, advises that “Islamists wish to repeat their success in Iran by exploiting popular unrest to take power”. A number of papers are now reporting that leaders of the MB recently declared that Egypt requires: “a good government, like the Iranian government, and a good president like Mr. Ahmadinejad”
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 3:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Islam is the major problem. It is an ideology, intepreted generally by fundamentalists. Mainstream Muslims, let's say moderates, follow what they are being told to. There are a few, perhaps many, that are not that religious or zealous, but they fear being ostracized or worse.

Yes, the Muslims must turn it around. But it would be far better if democratic allies kicked-ass. In the sense of using force. I am talking NATO not the aburd UN.

Force was required for Germany and Japan. It took generations for their form of demcoracy. And there are still military bases there.

I believe we need a Churchill. A Margaret Thatcher. Backed by stong and intelligent generals. Enough is enough. Libya would be an excellent base with oil and only six million or so people. But Obummer is in power.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 3:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Michael Ledeen is one of my sources. We have communicated, and he also has a wicked sense of humour even when he is serious.

MIDDLE EASTERN AWAKENING?: FDD’s Michael Ledeen writes:

The failure to support democratic revolutions in the Middle East has convinced the mullahs in Tehran that they have no effective opposition, and they are trying to run up the score as fast as they can, on both regional and domestic playing fields. …

The Iranian people know that their rulers are sending vast sums of money to foreign terrorist organizations and to radical Islamists abroad, adding to the popular resentment of Iranian misery…

The regime can cope so long as oil prices continue to rise. The current budget assumed $85/barrel, and the current number is over $105. Bonanza time! And so, earlier this week, Khamenei organized a celebratory planning session for the near future, bringing Hezbollah leaders, the Syrian prime minister, and top Muslim Brotherhood factotums–including at least one Egyptian Brother–to Tehran.

The supreme leader laid out the strategy: all-out efforts in Bahrain, aimed at the expulsion of American military forces; all-in in Somalia (where, unnoticed, fifty foreign aid workers–50!–have been killed in the past couple of weeks); and in Egypt, a mixture of bloodletting and cunning. The Brothers should stay away from formal, governmental power in the short term, but exert their influence on the new constitution to turn Egypt into an Islamic republic, ensuring, above all, the degradation of women. The Brothers and the others should foment religious war between Christians and Muslims, a prelude to the use of force to guarantee “security.”

Finally, careful coordination regarding the “final push” against Israel, the great triumph for which Khamenei and Ahmadinejad expect to be long remembered.

What if they are already here?
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