The Investigative Project on Terrorism (ITP) revealed a dossier yesterday that President Obama’s nominee to head the CIA, Deputy National Security Adviser John Brennan, has shown a tendency to fall for the bait from radical Islamist’s and tends to pander to Islamist’s rather than face the reality of the threats posed to this nation by Islamist.
ITP concludes that Brennan is not fit for the job.
ITP said, “Unfortunately, President Obama’s nominee to head the CIA, Deputy National Security Adviser John Brennan, has shown a tendency to fall for the bait from radical Islamist’s. Globally, he repeatedly expressed a hope that “moderates” within Iran and its terror proxy Hizballah would steer their respective constituencies away from terrorism.”
“Domestically, he claims that radical Islam does not pose its own, unique threat to American security. He has helped strip language about “radical Islam,” “jihad” and similar terms from government vernacular, choosing instead to refer to “violent extremism” in an attempt to deny terrorists religious credibility. When it comes to jihad, he stubbornly maintains the word does not belong in conversations about terror, no matter what terrorists themselves say.”
In their report, ITP explained several points including the fact that Brennan he also yielded to demands from American Islamist to purge law enforcement and intelligence training material of the terms “jihad” and “radical Islam.”
ITP also said, “Brennan further displayed his eagerness to kowtow to Islamist demands in the fall of 2011. After a small number of materials in FBI training manuals and libraries were found to be excessively negative in describing Islam as a religion and Muslims as a people, Islamist groups demanded a purge of anything they considered offensive.”