NEW FEBRUARY 3, 2011 CHAIRMAN'S REPORT- Issue highlights: Slumlord Feisal Rauf replaced by "Sheik" Adhami as GZ mosque imam / Elites and gays unhappy with Adhami / Obama, Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood / Radical Muslim found in car trunk at Mexican border / Suicide bomber book found at Mexican border / Democrats bring out the race card (again) / Congressman enters bill to assist repressed religions in Middle East / Will Congress reaffirm "In God We Trust"
IS EGYPT THE NEW IRAN - President Jimmy Carter declared that he had helped bring democracy to Iran in 1979. Within a few months the notion of democracy was replaced by a Islamic theocracy. President Barack Obama. much to the displeasure of Saudi Arabian royalty, has now "helped" bring about democracy in Egypt. My take: Within one year any concept of democracy will be gone, replaced by either an Iranian type theocracy of a military government.
DON'T LET FCC KILL FREE SPEECH - U.S. Congressman Mike Pence (R-IN) and U.S. Congressman Greg Walden (R-OR) introduced the Broadcaster Freedom Act to prevent the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from reinstating the Fairness Doctrine, which would suppress free speech by requiring the government to monitor political views and decide what constitute fair political discourse. "The American people cherish freedom, especially freedom of speech and of the press. Bringing back the Fairness Doctrine would amount to government control over political views expressed on the public airways," said Pence, a former broadcaster. "We must pass the Broadcaster Freedom Act and bury the Fairness Doctrine once and for all."
SOCIAL CONSERVATIVES AND CPAC - In a full-page ad in the February 7 edition of The Washington Times, a group of conservative leaders, including William J Murray of the Religious Freedom Coalition, said they are deeply troubled by the direction of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) - which opened on February 10. Click here to see the ad as it appeared in the Washington Times" (including a list of signers). Prominent conservative groups boycotting CPAC include the American Family Association, Liberty Counsel, Family Research Council, the Heritage Foundation, Religious Freedom Coalition as well as such leaders as Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sen. Jim DeMint and Sean Hannity.
"Nine months later, that original presentation seems like a mischaracterization, at best. At worst, it seems like nothing more than the jump-off point for a public-relations spin campaign. The message we applauded and the project this community center has become are now murky and muddled." (Complete editorial)
Suddenly left leaning journalists are coming to realize that Sharif el-Gamal, the for-profit developer with the credit problems, and party animal Imam Feisal Rauf are not exactly cut from the same cloth. Those of us who understand Islam at its core knew that the project was "murky and muddled" from the beginning because we are familiar with taqiyya. Taqiyya is the allowance in Islam for Muslims to lie to non-Muslims for the purpose of advancing Islam. NO 911 MOSQUE - Visit the RFC site dedicated to the Ground Zero mosque controversy at www.no911mosque.org
FREEDOM ON TRIAL IN EUROPE - Geert Wilders, the leader of the third largest political party in the Netherlands, is on trial once again for "hate speech." He is just one of many leaders in Europe facing jail for telling the truth about Islam. Sometimes they are being tried in court for simply quoting the Qur'an. "The lights are going out all over Europe, and it's because of Islam," Wilders told a packed courtroom at the beginning of his retrial, "There are no Islamic Mozarts or Bill Gates because they can't exist where there is no creative freedom. An ideology that comes from the desert can only create a desert."