I’m not kidding. To say that Obama is a false flag operation would be an understatement. “Fundamental transformation” means doing away with America as we know it.
Army Briefing On Extremists To US Military Says ‘Evangelical Christians Are Number 1â€² Threat
Thanks to Pamela Geller:
Soldiers in the U.S. military have been told in a training briefing that evangelical Christians are the No. 1 extremist threat to America – ahead of groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, KKK, Nation of Islam, al-Qaida, Hamas and others.
Its worse than you think:
U.S. Naval Academy Instructor Teaching on Behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood:
This is devastating. Stealth coup. The IIIT is an Islamic institution with ties to the extremist Saudi-Wahhabi movement. It wasÂ co-foundedÂ byÂ Anwar Ibrahim, who strives to present himself to the West as a moderate, but who in fact isÂ an Islamic supremacistÂ who promotes global Islamic rule based onÂ Sharia law.
IIIT was named in a May 1991Â Muslim BrotherhoodÂ document — titled “An Explanatory Memorandum on the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America” –Â as one of the Brotherhood’s 29 likeminded “organizations of our friends” that shared the common goal of destroying America and turning it into a Muslim nation. These “friends” wereÂ identifiedÂ by the Brotherhood as groups that could help teach Muslims “that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands … so that … God’s religion [Islam] is made victorious over all other religions.” (source:Â DTN)
US Naval Academy Instructor Teaching On Behalf Of US Muslim Brotherhood
According to promotional material, a United States Naval Academy professor is teaching on behalf of theÂ International Institute of Islamic ThoughtÂ (IIIT), a part of the US Muslim Brotherhood and where global Brotherhood leaderÂ Youssef QaradawiÂ reportedly serves as aÂ trustee. IIIT recently announced its Summer Students Program for 2013 to be held fromÂ May 26 – July 3. According to the IIITÂ announcement, one of the instructors for the program will be Professor Ermin Sinanovic, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland who will be teaching the following course titled “Muslim World Affairs”:
This course is meant to provide students who had little or no background on the Muslim world with a basic understanding of its contemporary history, its geopolitics, its diverse cultures, languages and ethnic groups. Also, the course introduces the key issues and developments that framed the relationship between the world of Islam and the West, such as the colonial encounter, the capitalist expansion of the West, the emergence of the nation-state and its institutions, the discovery of oil in the Middle East and its implications, the communication revolution and contemporary globalization and their impact on cultures, values and life styles; and finally the US foreign policy towards the Muslim world and its implications. This course will be covered in twelve hours. Instructor: Professor Ermin Sinanovic, US Naval Academy, Maryland.
According to his bio, Ermin Sinanovic is:
…an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, USA. He studied for an MA and a PhD in Political Science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. Prof. Sinanovic obtained two BAs (one in Qur’an and Sunnah Studies, the other in Political Science) and an MA (Islamic Civilization) from the International Islamic University Malaysia. His research interests include transnational Islamic revival, Southeast Asian politics, Islamic movements, Middle East politics, Islamic political thought, and Islam and politics in general. At the Naval Academy, Prof. Sinanovic teaches courses on Southeast Asian politics, Middle East politics, and Islam and politics. He speaks Bosnian, English, Arabic, and Malay.
One of the other instructors at the IIIT summer program will be US Muslim Brotherhood leaderÂ Louay Safi, identified in the announcement as affiliated with the College of Islamic Studies of the Qatar Foundation. In 2009Louay Safi, also an official at theÂ Islamic Society of North AmericaÂ (ISNA), was at the center of acontroversyÂ when it was learned that the US Defense Department brought him to Fort Hood as an instructor and that he had been lecturing on Islam to troops in Fort Hood who were about to deploy to Afghanistan. In February 2010, the activities and lectures of Dr. Safi on all military bases wereÂ suspendedÂ pending a criminal inquiry by the U.S. military. A shooting took place at Fort Hood near Killeen, Texas on November 5, 2009 in which a single gunman killed 13 people and over 30 people were injured in the worst shooting ever to take place on an American military base. The only suspect in the shooting is Nidal Malik Hasan, a 39-year-old U.S. Army major serving as a psychiatrist. Dr. Safi has also been recently identified as a leading member of theÂ Syrian National Council, a Syrian opposition group dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood.
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Full text of Obama’s war against Christians, Jews, and other non-Muslims:
Soldiers in the U.S. military have been told in a training briefing that evangelical Christians are the No. 1 extremist threat to America – ahead of groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, KKK, Nation of Islam, al-Qaida, Hamas and others. (see slide below)
“Men and women of faith who have served the Army faithfully for centuries shouldn’t be likened to those who have regularly threatened the peace and security of the United States,” said Col. (Ret.) Ron Crews, executive director of the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty.
“It is dishonorable for any U.S. military entity to allow this type of wrongheaded characterization. It also appears that some military entities are using definitions of ‘hate’ and ‘extreme’ from the lists of anti-Christian political organizations. That violates the apolitical stance appropriate for the military.”
The material mentions neo-Nazis, the KKK and other white supremacist organizations. Pictures are shown on various slides of people in Klan attire and Nazi flags. The significance of gang tattoos, and racist acronyms and the significance of numbers were also discussed.
While the material on gangs and racist organizations is similar to what one might receive from a local police briefing on gang issues, after teaching on neo-Nazis in the military such as Timothy McVeigh, the material makes an amazing link.
A slide titled “Religious Extremism” lists multiple organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood, al-Qaida, Hamas, the Nation of Islam, the Ku Klux Klan and theÂ Christian Identity movementÂ as examples of extremist groups -Â theÂ first group on the list is evangelical Christianity.Â Catholicism and ultra-orthodox Judaism are also on the list of religious extremist organizations.
The briefing,Â which was given to an Army reserve unit in Pennsylvania, came from a U.S. Army Reserve Equal Opportunity training brief titled “Extremism and Extremist Organizations.”
Lists of groups kept by the Southern Poverty Law Center was key to the presentation. This is the sameSPLC which spawned the “Chic-Fil-A backpack terrorist”Â who used the list to develop a target list.
Here’s a short quote:
The number of hate groups, extremists and antiâ€govt organizations in the U.S. has
continued to grow over the past three years, according to reports by the Southern Poverty
They increased to 1,018 in 2011, up from 1,002 in 2010 and 602 in 2000.
The striking rise is fueled by the superheated fears generated by economic dislocation, a
proliferation of demonizing conspiracy theories, the changing racial makeâ€up of America
and the prospect of 4 more years under a black president who many on the far right view
as an enemy to their country country.
The rise in hate crimes and extremismoutside themilitarymay be an indication of internal
issues allservices will have to face…