Political Correctness or Worse?
Is America an Islamic Country?
Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Monday, June 30, 2014. Our wise friend Wasp Tevya, is here with me at the breakfast table. Armed with a ton of garlic bagels and cream cheese, Tevya is here to clear his mind. Lately, he has been hearing some strange remarks about Islam and America. Please join us this morning and help Tevya calm done. An agitated wasp is a dangerous thing to behold.
Thank you all for coming to the breakfast table this morning. Mohamed Elbiary is a senior fellow of President Obama's Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council. Apparently, Mr. Elibiary likes to tweet. One of his tweets claimed that America is an Islamic country. When public outrage picked up, he advised his critics to learn the difference between saying America was a Muslim country versus saying it was an Islamic country. Personallly, either statement sends my wings into a tizzy. Mr. Elibiary clarified his assertion by stating that there is nothing in the U.S. Constitution that is incompatible with Islam. Nothing about his statement is true in my mind or the mind of many others. One such person is Zuhdi Jasser, president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy. Mr. Jasser completely rejects Elibiary's claims, describing his assertions as "pure deception." He goes on to to say that "Islamism is incompatible with liberty and is a supremacist doctrine."
HIding In Plain Sight
Former Florida Republican Congressman Allen West opposes Elibiary's assessment of America's Islamic compliance. In nations where Shariah Law has been implemented, Christians, Jews and women have been subjected to discrimination. According to Allen West, statements like this mark the beginning of Islamist infiltration of our government. Allen West poses the question that is foremost in my mind, namely "how is this man allowed to hold a position in the most important domestic security government agency, our Department of Homeland Security?" Did political correctness lead to his appointment? Are we safer because of it? I think not.
Apparently Mr. Elibiary just can't stop tweeting. Although he insists his remarks on Twitter are purely personal and separate from his government position, his assertions are ludicrous. His personal public statements are very telling of his real views and proof that he shouldn't be working for our government in any capacity. Judicial Watch reports that Elibiary admits tht he has a long friendship with self-described Islamist Shukri Abu Baker. Baker was convicted in 2008 of financing the terrorist organization Hamas through his U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity, the Holy Land Foundation. What is going on here? `
Get Rid of the Mask
Elibiary's latest tweet said the following, "As I've said b4 inevitable that "Caliphate" returns. ." Retired U.S. Air Force Gen. Tom McInerney, who served as both assistant vice chief of staff and commander in chief of U.S. Air Forces Europe, confirmed the presence of the Muslim Brotherhood inside the U.S.
The book, "Impeachable Offenses: The Case to Remove Barack Obama from Office", by authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott documents that Obama aided the rise to power of Islamist extremist groups in the Middle East by allowing members to serve on important national security advisory boards. Mohamed Elibiary is just one example.
It's time to wake up, America. The Obama administration will never do that because their interests and vision for America lies elsewhere.
Dear God, you made so many religions
It's no shame to be religious
But it is no great honor to impose your views on others either!
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