What You Should Think Versus What You Do Think

Saturday

HE'S OUTSPOKEN. He's eloquent. He would give Winston Churchill a run for his money in a wordcraft contest. And he packs so many good points in such a short space it makes you want to hear it again as soon as it's over. In this rant, Pat Condell is responding to a recent opinion poll that says Muslims believe the West would have better relations with Islam if the West gave Islam more respect. Listen to his response:



My favorite line is: "People have been conditioned by the lie of multiculturalism to believe that what they
should think is more important than what they do think." Damn. I wish I had said that.

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Homeland Security Advisory System: What Are You Supposed To Do About It?

Monday

WHAT GOOD DOES it do to know the threat level if you don't know what that means to you or what you ought to do about it? It actually means something specific and there are specific things you ought to do about it. Here they are:

Risk Level: Low

1. Develop a family emergency plan. Share it with family and friends, and practice the plan.

2. Visit www.Ready.gov for help creating a plan.


3. Create an “Emergency Supply Kit” for your household.


4. Be informed. Visit www.Ready.gov or obtain a copy of “Preparing Makes Sense, Get Ready Now”
by calling 1-800-BE-READY.

5. Know how to shelter-in-place and how to turn off utilities (power, gas, and water) to your home.


6. Examine volunteer opportunities in your community, such as Citizen Corps, Volunteers in Police
Service, Neighborhood Watch or others, and donate your time.

7. Consider completing an American Red Cross first aid or CPR course , or Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT) course.


Risk Level: Guarded

1. Complete recommended steps at level green.

2. Review stored disaster supplies and replace items that are outdated.


3. Be alert to suspicious activity and report it to proper authorities


Risk Level: Elevated

1. Complete recommended steps at levels green and blue. Ensure disaster supply kit is stocked and ready.

2. Check telephone numbers in family emergency plan and update as necessary.


3. Develop alternate routes to/from work or school and practice them.


4. Elevated Risk Continue to be alert for suspicious activity and report it to authorities.


Risk Level: High

1. Complete recommended steps at lower levels.

2. Exercise caution when traveling, pay attention to travel advisorie.


3. Review your family emergency plan and make sure all family members know what to do.


4. Be Patient. Expect some delays, baggage searches and restrictions at public buildings.


5. High Risk Check on neighbors or others that might need assistance in an emergency.


Risk Level: Severe

1. Complete all recommended actions at lower levels. Listen to local emergency management officials.

2. Stay tuned to TV or radio for current information/instructions.


3. Be prepared to shelter-in-place or evacuate, as instructed.


4. Expect traffic delays and restrictions. Provide volunteer services only as requested.

5. Contact your school/business to determine status of work day.


Here's what the National Threat Advisory level is right now (updated the moment you clicked on this article:



Provided by Miles Tactical

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The Islamic Invasion of America

Saturday

The following long passage is an excerpt from an article entitled: The Islamic States of America?

I have printed so much of the passage so you'd know what it was about, but really the key part is near the end where a web site for Chicago teens talks about helping form Islamic governments worldwide and that devout Muslims should be prepared to take up arms to do so:

Therefore, reading "A rare look at secretive Brotherhood in America," in the Chicago Tribune on Sept. 19 caused me to startle. It's a long analysis that draws on an exclusive interview with Ahmed Elkadi, the Muslim Brotherhood leader in the United States during 1984-94, plus other interviews and documentation. In it, the authors (Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah, Sam Roe, and Laurie Cohen) warily but emphatically acknowledge the Islamists' goal of turning the United States into an Islamic state.

Over the last 40 years, small groups of devout Muslim men have gathered in homes in U.S. cities to pray, memorize the Koran and discuss events of the day. But they also addressed their ultimate goal, one so controversial that it is a key reason they have operated in secrecy: to create Muslim states overseas and, they hope, someday in America as well. …

Brotherhood members emphasize that they follow the laws of the nations in which they operate. They stress that they do not believe in overthrowing the U.S. government, but rather that they want as many people as possible to convert to Islam so that one day—perhaps generations from now—a majority of Americans will support a society governed by Islamic law.

This Brotherhood approach is in keeping with my observation that the greater Islamist threat to the West is not violence – flattening buildings, bombing railroad stations and nightclubs, seizing theaters and schools – but the peaceful, legal growth of power through education, the law, the media, and the political system.

The Tribune article explains how, when recruiting new members, the organization does not reveal its identity but invites candidates to small prayer meetings where the prayer leaders focus on the primary goal of the Brotherhood, namely "setting up the rule of God upon the Earth" (i.e., achieving Islamic hegemony). Elkadi describes the organization's strategic, long-term approach: "First you change the person, then the family, then the community, then the nation."

His wife Iman is no less explicit; all who are associated with the Brotherhood, she says, have the same goal, which is "to educate everyone about Islam and to follow the teachings of Islam with the hope of establishing an Islamic state."

In addition to Elkadi, the article features information from Mustafa Saied (about whose Muslim Brotherhood experiences the Wall Street Journal devoted a feature story in December 2003, without mentioning the organization's Islamist goals). Saied, the Tribune informs us, says

he found out that the U.S. Brotherhood had a plan for achieving Islamic rule in America: It would convert Americans to Islam and elect like-minded Muslims to political office. "They're very smart. Everyone else is gullible," Saied says. "If the Brotherhood puts up somebody for an election, Muslims would vote for him not knowing he was with the Brotherhood."

Citing documents and interviews, the Tribune team notes that the secretive Brotherhood, in an effort to acquire more influence, went above ground in Illinois in 1993, incorporating itself as the Muslim American Society. The MAS, headquartered in Alexandria, Va. and claiming 53 chapters across the United States engages in a number of activities. These include summer camps, a large annual conference, websites, and the Islamic American University, a mainly correspondence school in suburban Detroit that trains teachers and imams.

Of course, the MAS denies any intent to take over the country. One of its top officials, Shaker Elsayed, insists that

MAS does not believe in creating an Islamic state in America but supports the establishment of Islamic governments in Muslim lands. The group's goal in the United States, he says, "is to serve and develop the Muslim community and help Muslims to be the best citizens they can be of this country." That includes preserving the Muslim identity, particularly among youths.

Notwithstanding this denial, the Tribune finds MAS goals to be clear enough:

Part of the Chicago chapter's Web site is devoted to teens. It includes reading materials that say Muslims have a duty to help form Islamic governments worldwide and should be prepared to take up arms to do so. One passage states that "until the nations of the world have functionally Islamic governments, every individual who is careless or lazy in working for Islam is sinful." Another one says that Western secularism and materialism are evil and that Muslims should "pursue this evil force to its own lands" and "invade its Western heartland." [links added by me, DP]

In suburban Rosemont, Ill., several thousand people attended MAS' annual conference in 2002 at the village's convention center. One speaker said, "We may all feel emotionally attached to the goal of an Islamic state" in America, but it would have to wait because of the modest Muslim population. "We mustn't cross hurdles we can't jump yet."

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