Today marks exactly 22 years after the four (!) attacks in the United States.
Twelve years ago, on September 11, I only quoted a piece I wrote in 2005 about conspiracy theories (In Dutch only).
In 2011 I of course wrote (In Dutch too) about the attacks that were committed that year on 9/11, especially in Benghazi.
In 2013 I wrote about the success of the jihadists in the US and about Guantanamo.
I repeat most of this blog post here in English. The reason for this is this text that the same AMPAC of the image above produced at the end of November 2020.
The AMPAC was the impetus for a Mohammedan political party in the US. The club took the initiative for a ‘Million Muslim March‘ in Washington:
It is about the ‘(…) duty of American Muslims here at home, and Muslim communities globally in the scope of U.S. imperialism (…)’. Hundreds of Mohammed’s followers are expected to participate.
Because AMPAC chose the day of the attacks for this demonstration, people with common sense see this action as they saw the ground-zero mosque and the attack on the American embassy in Libya: a kind of celebration of the 2001 attacks. therefore also counter-demonstrators; possibly more than AMPAC members.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s growing influence earlier in the White House was even more disturbing. Be sure to watch the clip featuring the proud Zebibah wearer Mohamed Magid as the main character. His photo is included in this Gallery of zebibahs: a Dutch text but the photos in it constitute the main part.
This story about an American security advisor (!) makes you gasp a bit:
Mohamed Elibiary, appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council in October 2010, spoke at a December 2004 seminar in honor of Iran’s Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, titled: “A Tribute to the Great Islamic Visionary.
Elibiary condemned the convictions of the defendants in the Hamas money-laundering trial as a “loss for America” and dismissed the prosecution as “a political trial trying to achieve a government policy.” He also opposed the targeting of American-born al-Qaida cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, saying it wouldn’t be “worth the ramifications of having to chase his ghost as a martyr for the next half century.”
That Al-Awlaki is the same man who was consulted by Nidal Hasan, shortly before this Hasan slaughtered thirteen random, unarmed colleagues, including a pregnant woman at Fort Hood amid screeches of Allah-Akbar. (in Dutch)
The YouTube clip at the bottom shows events from June 2012 in Dearborn. These illustrate that Islamization has advanced further in parts of the US than in the Netherlands.
Innocent people at Guantanamo
On their website, AMPAC describes the terrible fear that the followers of Mohammed in the US suffer:
Muslims, too, live in fear – of being dragged off in the night to Guantanamo and tortured, simply for the crime of being Muslim in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Mindblowing. Especially when you watched that clip about the events in Dearborn (See below). About “random followers of Mohammed being deported to Guantanamo”. And the rest of the text is mainly about ‘instilling fear‘!
According to them, the threat of ‘Islamic terrorist threat’ is ‘hallucination’.
In the AMPAC’s framework, ordinary terror, as manifested in Dearborn, does not fall under terrorism. You wonder what they think of developments in Syria or life in Pakistan.
All those innocent men were and are imprisoned there.
All? Coincidentally, the Director of National Intelligence‘s six-monthly report on these prisoners was recently published again [in early September 2013]. No publicity has been given to it. Fortunately, there are also media outlets in the US such as The Weekly Standard that monitor these reports.
Of the 603 former detainees tracked by US intelligence services, a total of 100 have now been confirmed as reengaging in “terrorism” or “insurgent” activities, while another 74 are suspected of reengaging. This brings the total rate of recidivism to nearly 29 percent, up from 28 percent as of the last report six months ago.
Just under 20% return to work as terrorists after release, and more than 10% are seriously suspected of doing so. These are the people from whom this has been possible to verify. However, there are also terrorists who carry out their activities in secret.
And these figures only refer to terrorist activities, not to other forms of terror, let alone other forms of undermining our civilizations. Someone like Mamdouh Habib is not included in this.
More about Habib, another proud Zebibah wearer by the way, and his son here (In Dutch), in a piece about the infamous Cronulla riots in Australia.
There were also a few Uighurs at Guantanamo.
For many activists, journalists and politicians, there is nothing striking about the fact that Uyghurs who ‘fled’ from China ended up in Afghanistan just when the Taliban was at the height of its power there. And also close to Bin Laden’s residence. The distance that these ‘innocent refugees’ had to bridge was approximately 1600 km as the crow flies. At least 2000 km in reality. A journey that took them through two countries with an overwhelming Muslim majority or through the world headquarters of Muslim terror: the North West of Pakistan…
Anyone who turns a blind eye to Mohammedan-inspired terror sees little Islamic terrorist threat.
Instilling fear, however, is a core value of Mohammed’s teachings.