I READ SOMETHING the other day that filled me with hope, pride, determination, and joy. It was a 30-page report put out by representatives from the top two organizations in the counterjihad movement. It was a collaboration between the Mission Viejo chapter of ACT for America and the United American Committee.
The authors of this fascinating document (read it here as a PDF file) did a thorough job investigating and revealing how Islamic supremacists have successfully positioned themselves in a consulting role for several of the largest publishers of middle school textbooks in the USA in such a way that these Muslims decide what is said in American textbooks about Islam.
Digging further, the authors discovered that what the textbooks say about Islam is blatantly biased propaganda.
Does it matter what middle school kids read about Islam? Think about this: By the time those students become voting adults, they will have a positive feeling about Islam, and that positive feeling will seem to rest on very solid ground to them. What they can remember about Islam was, after all, in their textbooks. You can't get much more authoritative and mainstream than that.
The 30-page report, entitled Islam in American Classrooms, contrasts what is written in the textbooks with the actual history of Islam, and the deliberateness of the whitewash is completely obvious to even the most skeptical reader.
The report goes into detail and backs up everything it says with references.
This document is the most specific, concrete, thorough example of stealth jihad I have yet come across — and it was done by volunteers. Not by professors, or experts, or by a government organization. In that way, the existence of this report is inspiring. This is the kind of grassroots accomplishment we have been envisioning since 9/11. It's finally happening.
If we the people don't do it, it will not be done. It is clear that governments will not save us, and neither will the experts, for various reasons I won't go into right now. We will have to save ourselves, educate ourselves, investigate things ourselves, and spread the word ourselves — and we can.
We can and we must.
Our most important task, as I see it, is to reach people who don't know much about Islam and educate them about the goals and methods of Islamic supremacists. And we can use Islam in American Classrooms to help us accomplish this goal. Most people are overly focused on terrorism. If the Jihadis aren't blowing anything up at the moment, everything is okay, right?
Wrong! They are reaching into every aspect of our lives as deeply as they can get away with, they are thinking long-term, and they are taking strategic action every chance they get. The third jihad is being waged on many fronts at once. And Islam in American Classrooms gives us a good example of how they operate.
Study this document. Print it out and keep it with you. When people don't seem interested in Islamic supremacism because "not all Muslims are terrorists" and they only have a vague worry about what the terrorists might do in the future, you can let them know, "They're already here, and they are already controlling what is taught in American classrooms!" Whip out the document and blow their minds!
The kind of thorough work this document represents can help us get through to people, which is the number one task in ultimately stopping Islam's relentless encroachment. For that reason, I name the authors of the document and everybody involved in the project true champions of freedom.