AKIN to a multi-headed hydra which never ceases to grow endless tentacles, CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations; the propaganda arm of the Muslim Brotherhood Mafia in general and Hamas in specific) will continue its jihadi thrust – unless President Trump designates it a F/T/O (Foreign Terrorist Organization). Finally.
IN fact, a mountain of supportive evidence exists to execute the same – much of which has been documented within these pages. Most recently (on October 12, 2019), it was via the “Brotherhood Mafia Foxes Are INSIDE President Trump’s White House.”
- New York-based Islamic organization which has been probed by the FBI for ties to terrorism
- Works closely with radical Islamic organizations and invites radical speakers to its conferences
The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) was founded in September 1968 as the American affiliate of Jamaat-e-Islami, South Asia’s largest Islamist group. Jamaat’s militant wing, Hizbul Mujahideen — aka Hizb-ul Mujahideen — owned the Pakistani compound where Osama bin Laden was living at the time of his death…..continue reading about ICNA’s bullet-proof terror-ties here…..}
ALAS, as to their latest thrust, the pressing question is: What’s really “going down” in St. Cloud with the aforementioned “Terrorists-in-Suits?”
GUARANTEED, if CAIR’s intrusion into St. Cloud isn’t halted, an absolute knock-on effect – the likes of which will reverberate throughout the nation – will endanger national security, mirroring its penetrations throughout the country. Ipso facto, the piggyback question becomes: What’s to be done to fully expose the “Hate Crimes” train in St. Cloud for what it truly is? First things first.
AS per the first part, that is, “what’s going down”, it is not for nothing that the analogy of CAIR to a multi-headed hydra set the stage to this analysis. Not only is the terror organ the central mouthpiece to the Brotherhood’s Mafia’s political messaging (again, as their propaganda arm) for a vast network of inter-related jihadi fronts, it is also the case that each time their efforts are temporarily sidelined they emerge stronger! How can this be?
IN this regard, it has come to this investigative journalist’s attention that the original “Dismantling Hate Crimes” panel on Sept. 18, 2019 (though cancelled) has morphed into five ! events – yes, hydra-like, with two more added on as adjunct partners, all of which will take place in St. Cloud, MN. Yes, that Minnesotastan.
AD nauseam, the ringmaster to this smoke and mirrors show is Jaylani Hussein, CAIR’s shuck and jiver in MN. Inexorably, he works tirelessly to convince the public that “Islamophobia” (a made up out of whole cloth bugaboo to squash any criticism of Islam) causes an “irrational” and biased fear of Muslims/Islam – heaven forfend, one dares to connect the dots between Islam and terror. Indeed, to said end, he lies profusely under Islam’s taqiyya mandate.
ON Nov. 16, 2018 he had this to say – or not…..
The Minnesota leader of the Council on American-Islamic Relations was asked during a community meeting Saturday if he would renounce the terrorist organization Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.
The event at the St. Cloud Public Library was part of CAIR’s ongoing “anti-Islamophobia” campaign that it launched in the wake of the election one year ago of President Donald Trump.
IN fact, one of his colleagues at CAIR’s MN office, Abubakar Osman (A/K/A Sadiqq Abu Osman), intoned:
TO wit, it is under this dangerous backdrop that CAIR – an unindicted co-conspirator to the largest terrorism trial in U.S. history, the Holy Land Foundation trial (2008) – must be stopped through the Brotherhood’s designation as a F/T/O.
The American Pulse Foundation hosted an event last week in Washington, D.C. for congressmen and experts to discuss the possibility of the Trump administration designating the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization….continue your national security education here…..
ALL of which circles back to the cover given to CAIR by MN’s terror-tied AG Ellison – indeed, “Islamophobia” must be vanquished by his new task force! This is no small matter. In fact, it is a weaponized political bludgeon of the highest magnitude.
NOT only that, to “kosher” it for public consumption, a sop to anti-semitism was added – as if the likes of CAIR is not an out-sized and unrepentant purveyor of Jew-hatred. Credo quia absurdum. (Dear reader, refer back to Jaylani Hussein and his cohort-in-hate, Sadiqq Abu Osman). Incontestably, the insertion of HF 2587 into the Minnesota Legislature is little more than stealth jihad. Mind you, the fact that MN’s Gov. Tim Walz is fully on the “Islamophobia” train, well…..
to work on the goal of preventing hate crimes in MN. #mnleg
The piece includes a string of baffling vignettes, each one portraying white residents airing their distrust and even disgust with the couple thousand Somali refugees that have settled in town over the past decade or so.
There were accounts of people who viewed Somalis as “innately less intelligent than the ‘typical’ American citizen,” a looming menace threatening to “replace” all white people, and most sinisterly, “not from Norway.” One unnamed woman “bemoaned” sections of the city where Somali immigrants had supposedly taken over, and where white people were simply too uncomfortable to return.
“‘They were just—’ she said, searching for the words to describe the offending behavior of the Somali Americans. ‘They were just walking around.’”
Naturally, Minnesotans reacted quickly to the story on social media. Some were horrified. Some thought it was an unfair smear of a diverse, hardworking town based on the trash opinions of a vocal few—among them Mayor Dave Kleis.
“I don’t think it’s reflective of the community,” Kleis says. He says he invited the reporter of the piece to come back to town and get a broader, more diverse read on its people, and further “balance” some of the rhetoric that appeared on the page…..
Natalie Ringsmuth of UniteCloud, a grassroots community-building organization featured in the New York Times article, says this piece has actually been in the works for about that long. The Times kept coming and going, pitching stories to their editors and eventually having them die for one reason or another. This one, she says, actually made it to press.
“I knew it would be scathing,” she says. She’s grateful UniteCloud was included in the conversation. Some of these stories—like the feature on This American Life—leave out the voices calling for inclusivity to further focus on those railing against it.
“We had to fight for that,” she says.
And yeah, she does understand the frustration in some of those social media comments. Not everyone in St. Cloud is like the people from those Somali-fearing vignettes. More of them, she says, are “people in the middle” who don’t know what to make of all this rancor, or what to do about it.
But the side of the city portrayed in the Times is important to talk about. The anti-Somali faction may be small, but as the Times pointed out, they got two of their favored candidates on the St. Cloud City Council last year.
“I think that for many years in this community, that sentiment has been there,” Ringsmuth says. “A Minnesota Nice version would be to not even acknowledge that those voices are out there, but the time is now to be honest about where we are.”
If anything, she wishes the Times would have dedicated more space to the people on the front lines of this issue—the Somali residents pushing back against the hate and choosing to remain right where they are, changing hearts and minds—“taking back” their narratives. Those are the people, she says, who are doing the most to make St. Cloud a better, more welcoming place.
IN tandem, Facebook has no issue with promoting those who espouse anti-American and anti-semitic propaganda….lookee….lookee
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