It’s called a conspiracy

I was on the final leg of my journey home Sunday night in my car with my satellite radio tuned to the Fox News Channel and listening to a famous news icon, Geraldo Rivera. He questioned the correctness of the hearings led by Representative Peter King of New York regarding Islamic terrorists inside America. According to Mr. Rivera, Representative King risked spreading hatred against all law-abiding Muslims everywhere by singling out the Islamic religion as the only source of domestic terrorists.

But that’s not what Peter King is doing. Mr. King is the Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee and a member of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. As such, he has gathered evidence of Islamic conspiracies in America. Evidence that points to a network of front organizations connected to radical Islamic forces outside our country that are functioning inside America by using our laws to “legitimize” their activities.

How could I know this? I attended a closed-door briefing last summer with Rep. King and others from the Homeland Security Committee. I distinctly remember that Mr. Rivera wasn’t there for the meetings. But multiple U.S. representatives concurred on what I just said. Their concern was about how to present this explosive topic to the American public.

Afterwards, I had the chance to meet Peter King and speak to him regarding this very matter. In his estimation, networks of radical Islamic organizations inside America pose a grave threat to our Homeland Security. It seems clear to me that Mr. King is a dedicated and brave public servant willing to risk assaults on his own reputation in order to carry out his duties of protecting all citizens from internal jihad.

Unfortunately, Mr. Rivera’s report directed the audience attention away from that and towards what he thought was wrong with Peter King’s tactics. No examination was made of the topic or the idea structure behind Islamic conspiracy. It was as if there was nothing really going on except Peter King’s smear-tactics of all Muslims in America.

A misdirected anti-Muslim paranoia had taken hold of Congressman Peter King who risked becoming another “tail-gunner-Joe-McCarthy,” the weirdo senator who saw communists under every rock in the 1950’s. Mr. Rivera and his panel even parsed words and argued over whether terrorists are all just plain crazy mass murderers. None of this did anything to address the matter directly.

Here are some words that do, “If we are outside this country we can say ‘Oh, Allah destroy America.’ But once we are here, our mission in this country is to change it.” So said Abdurahman Alamoudi, the founder of the American Muslim Council, a registered charity for civil rights connected to the Muslim Brotherhood. His words are a bit more direct than the Fox News reporter’s, aren’t they?

That’s the kind of problem Representative King is investigating, and the American people have a right to know. It’s called a conspiracy…an evil, unlawful, and treacherous plan formulated in secret by two or more persons. It’s a war of stealth and deceit conducted from within, yet surreptitiously a part of the outward strategy of terror for conquest. It appears with a different face, a smiling face of charity, civil rights and peace making. You see, that’s the problem. The bad guys look like good guys, but the American public still has a right to know who they are.

In case you don’t remember, Alamoudi was charged with multiple counts of conspiracy, pled guilty in 2004 and is currently serving a 23-year prison sentence. As a master of disguise, he even spoke at The National Cathedral during the prayer service honoring the dead of 9/11.

I use this example not because it’s current, but because it’s textbook. For several years Rep King and others have been gathering evidence and heard secret intelligence. It’s time we quit wringing our hands and face up to the fact that we’ve been duped. Islam is on the march in America, and it means to control and bully whoever dares to disagree. So it was in 1930’s Chicago while corrupt city law enforcement remained unwilling to risk Al Capone’s wrath.

Standing outside a red door marked, “no admittance” in the movie, The Untouchables,  Malone (Sean Connery) turned to Eliot Ness (Kevin Costner).  Crossing into Al Capone’s underworld lied beyond.  “Once we go through this door there’s no turning back,” said Malone. Ness gives the nod and Malone grabbed an ax and cut down the door.

Rep. King identified the Holy Grail of Islamic terror organization disguised and working inside America, CAIR. They openly promote a new Nazi bigotry that labels Muslims as the future “ruling class.”  This is that red door that says, “no admittance.” I say stand by Rep. King and let him swing the ax against that door. My fellow Americans, its time for us to cross the threshold.

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  1. Nathan Sampsel
    Posted May 14, 2011 at 10:31 pm | Permalink

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    Posted June 25, 2011 at 4:48 pm | Permalink

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    Posted August 9, 2011 at 10:12 am | Permalink

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