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General Discussion / Re: What You Can’t Say Anymore: In US Gov’t
« Last post by PeteWaldo on September 14, 2017, 10:10:47 AM »
McMaster believes the “Islamic State is not Islamic,” going so far as to describe jihadists as “really irreligious organizations.” As did former president Obama, he opposes use of any language that connects Islam to terrorism.

McMaster also rejects the notion that jihadists are motivated by religious ideology.

McMaster is quite conspicuously just another one of Satan's people. As well as an ignorant buffoon, or worse, through having made such preposterously false declarations. A filthy liar for Satan & Muhammad, for refusing to recognize one of the most consummate terrorists in the history of the world.

Quran Surah 8:12 thy Lord inspired the angels (with the message): "I am with you: give firmness to the Believers: I will instRemember il terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their finger-tips off them."

There are absolutely few things that are more Islamic, than Islamic terrorism.
http://www.brotherpete.com/index.php?topic=4941.0
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General Discussion / What You Can’t Say Anymore: In US Gov’t
« Last post by PeteWaldo on September 14, 2017, 10:08:00 AM »
https://clarionproject.org/cant-say-anymore-us-govt/

"What You Can’t Say Anymore: In US Gov’t

A top official at the National Security Council (NSC) was fired for a memo he wrote warning about the dangers of radical Islam and its alliance with the radical left.

Rich Higgins, who was formerly with the Pentagon, worked as the director of strategic planning for the NSC until his untimely departure.

Part of his lengthy memo stated:

    “Globalists and Islamists recognize that for their visions to succeed, America, both as an ideal and as a national and political identity, must be destroyed…Islamists ally with cultural Marxists…[but] Islamists will co-opt the movement in its entirety…

    “Because the left is aligned with Islamist organizations at local, national, and international levels, recognition should be given to the fact that they seamlessly interoperate through coordinated synchronized interactive narratives…

    “These attack narratives are pervasive, full spectrum, and institutionalized at all levels. They operate in social media, television, the 24-hour news cycle in all media and are entrenched at the upper levels of the bureaucracies.”

The Atlantic reported Higgins also “pushed for declassification of documents having to do with radical Islam and Iran,” citing a source close to the White House.

One such document, called the “Presidential Study Directive,” allegedly warned in 2010 about the upcoming Arab Spring and detailed the Obama Administration’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist organizations.

Lamenting the lack of education given to government officials about radical Islam, Higgins previously wrote, “National Security officials are prohibited from developing a factual understanding of Islamic threat doctrines, preferring instead to depend upon 5th column Muslim Brotherhood cultural advisors.”

Higgins’ firing is consistent with the beliefs espoused by General H.R. McMaster, who replaced Trump’s original appointee, General Mike Flynn, as head of the NSC.

McMaster believes the “Islamic State is not Islamic,” going so far as to describe jihadists as “really irreligious organizations.” As did former president Obama, he opposes use of any language that connects Islam to terrorism.

McMaster also rejects the notion that jihadists are motivated by religious ideology. Instead, he says they are motivated by “fear,” a “sense of honor” and their “interests,” which he describes as the roots of human conflict for thousands of years. He believes U.S. policy must be based on “understanding those human dimensions.”

McMaster’s influence can be seen in recent speeches by the president, vice president and secretary of defense on the anniversary of 9/11. In a reversal from his campaign rhetoric, none of those addresses mentioned radical Islam.

Yet, in his acceptance speech at the Republican convention, Trump mentioned the Islamic basis of the jihadist threat four times. Similarly, during the campaign itself, Trump regularly attacked Hillary Clinton for declining to use the term “radical Islam.”
https://clarionproject.org/cant-say-anymore-us-govt/
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No doubt the historical movement we call the Reformation was a direct rebellion to what the Roman church became after Constantine began the Institutionalizing of the Church.  The primary outcome of the Reformation was the Bible being again available to the masses and freeing them to reject Rome as the overseeing agent that controlled its availability to the people.  Of course, as you say there was no need for a Reformation in the purest sense that God dwells in the believer by the Holy Spirit.  It was also a stripping away of religious traditions as in infant baptism, a need for a priestly intercessor other than Christ and many other things.  As for anti-Semitism, that always depended upon how Church Authorities interpreted Pauls writings and their definition of the Abrahamic Covenants.  Even after the Reformation that has been a sustained feud, primarily among the Calvinists and those who adhere to Replacement Theology where the Church is now Israel. I have a feeling Abraham would have an argument with those folks if he were here.

But I agree totally that there is no way to reform Islam except to leave it.  Muhammad is just one of those who came along and fulfilled the words of Christ about the many false prophets who would come.  Saying 'Allah is God and Muhammad is his prophet' has no more real eternal value than following Elvis Presley.  What would it be reformed to?  A book of stolen prophecies and visions given in a cave by demons to a deranged religious zealot? Saying "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet" has no more redeeming value than to say Elvis is God and the Jukebox is his prophet.
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There really wasnt a Christian Reformation, there was no need. The issue is that people do not follow the book, if you followed the book there would be no need for a reformation "reformation".  No to mention many of the "church fathers" were highly anti semetic. Just how politics and corruption was rampart in the Israel monarchy,  2nd Temple Judaism, Early Europe and today. That issue hasnt been rectified.

Media uses "Christian Reformation" as a way to state that Christianity was "humanized" or "less barbaric". Eluding that the "Old and New Testament" are two different books, when in reality they arent. Majority of modern day church dogma comes from Constantine and Nicea, both had no legal authority to change anything inside the church.

For you to have a Islamic reformation, you have to leave Islam.
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Considering the idea of Muslim Reform is similar to the idea they used to have of rehabilitating criminals in the penal system other than seeing punishment as the key purpose of sentencing someone to do time in the penitentiary.  To Rehabilitate means "to restore as to one's former estate."  This is also similar to the definition of the word radical which means 'Root'.  Either one would be a bad thing when it comes to the idea of a Muslim Reformation.  The root of Islam is a corrupt and evil distortion of Biblical Revelation and the original practice of Islam was, in essence, the same thing that is considered Radical Islam today.  Who wants either one of those things?
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https://clarionproject.org/truth-deceptions-calling-linda-sarsour/

Truth and Deception: Calling Out Linda Sarsour on Al Aqsa
By Meira Svirsky Monday, July 24, 2017

How many ways can Linda Sarsour misrepresent the volatile situation between Israel and the Palestinians? And why do we even care?

Sarsour, a Palestinian activist, is the darling of the left, the feminist movement and the BDS movement. Information she spreads is taken at face value; no one usually bothers to check the facts.

Please continue on the article:
https://clarionproject.org/truth-deceptions-calling-linda-sarsour/
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https://clarionproject.org/secretary-state-disappoints-muslim-brotherhood-qatar/

Secretary of State Shills for Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar

The Trump Administration still hasn’t designated the Muslim Brotherhood as a Foreign Terrorist Organization as it was expected to do. Designation falls under the purview of Secretary of State Tillerson, who has chosen the Muslim Brotherhood and its backers in Qatar and Turkey over their Arab rivals.

Tillerson recently signaled his opposition to designating the Muslim Brotherhood in mid-June. He only has negative things to say about the idea.

His main point is that the Brotherhood’s political parties have representatives in governments like those in Bahrain and Turkey. That is irrelevant. If it was such a problem, Bahrain itself wouldn’t have banned the Brotherhood and the U.S. wouldn’t be dealing with the Lebanese government that has Hezbollah in it, which is designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.

Tillerson also repeated the “non-violent” and “moderate” Muslim Brotherhood propaganda. He claimed that the Brotherhood’s political parties in governments “have become so by renouncing violence and terrorism.” That was false when the Obama Administration said it, and it is false now.

The disappointment in Tillerson’s position is made exponentially greater by the fact that now is an optimum time to designate the group.

The Arab world is putting unprecedented pressure on Qatar over its support of the Brotherhood and other jihadists in the Islamist swarm. Muslim foes of the Brotherhood are left wondering where the U.S.stands because Trump and Tillerson aren’t on the same page.

Counter-terrorism expert Patrick Poole goes so far as to assert that Tillerson is “sabotaging” Trump’s foreign policy and urges his departure from the administration.

While President Trump expressed his support for the Arab measures against Qatar and unequivocally described Qatar as a major terrorism-financier, Tillerson did the opposite. He described Qatar as “very reasonable” in its reaction to the Arabs’ pressure.

His spokesperson read a scripted statement accusing the Arab states of having ulterior motives, saying the U.S. is “mystified” by their complaints. The State Department even cast doubt on the credibility of the Arabs’ accusations, claiming that they haven’t provided supporting details. Qatar’s lavish sponsorship of terrorism and extremism is uncontestable.

As Poole documents, far from offering support for those Arab states opposing Qatar, Tillerson publicly made moves towards Qatar’s Turkish allies and increased criticism of Qatar’s Saudi adversaries. The Trump Administration also agreed to sell up to 36 fighter jets to Qatar right after the Arabs began their campaign.

Tillerson even signed a counter-terrorism agreement with Qatar, spitting in the faces of the Arab countries fed up with Qatar’s repeated breaking of its promises to change its behavior. Immediately after signing the deal, Qatar reiterated its firm commitment to Hamas (and therefore, the broader Muslim Brotherhood organization of which it is an official branch).

much more:
https://clarionproject.org/secretary-state-disappoints-muslim-brotherhood-qatar/
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Email from Clarion Project on 7-25, demonstrating how truth is and will continue to be increasingly censored by the Godless, which leaves only the lies from father of lies in the vacuum left:

"Clarion Project's YouTube account has been taken down, silencing Clarion Project's educational work informing the public about the dangers of radicalism.

We appeal to YouTube to reverse this decision and empower us to continue our important work.

We thank our readers for your continued support and look forward to providing incisive hard-hitting video content as soon as this issue is resolved."
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