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Maybe Ayman al-Zawahiri Would Accept A Position At DHS?

It’s getting pretty hard to keep up with all the Islamic Jihadist sympathizers and family members occupying positions not only in the government bureaucracies and the administration, but within the very intelligence and counter-terrorism agencies of the US Government.

You recall the charming Huma Abedin, of course; she of the Hillary Clinton State Department fame, whose mother and brother apparently are doing their part for The Brotherhood in the Middle East. Now we find out there is a fellow on the Department of Homeland (whose Homeland?) Security team who is fond of tweeting his support for Islamic jihadist causes and organizations. His name is Mohamed Elibiary.

Elibiary

Elibiary and his fetishes and allegiances have been reported on before. It’s not like no one knew.

Elibiary also spoke at the infamous Dallas Muslim conference in honor of “the great Islamic visionary” the Ayatollah Khomeini. What occasioned Poole’s recollection? Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano’s appointing Elibiary to an exclusiveHomeland Security Advisory Council.

For those of you who do not remember, the Khomeini reference is not the current Ayatollah-in-charge in Iran. That’s Khameini, with an “A”. Khomeini was the one in charge when 52 US hostages were held in Iran for 444 days. He was an enemy of the United States, as is the current Iranian regime.

Now. For those of you out there (yes YOU, RINOs) who don’t have anything better to do than to tell Michelle Bachman and Louie Gohmert to shut the hell up about Huma Abedin (No we haven’t forgotten and won’t, even if you come out of the government shutdown as legends in your own minds) we have a question: Do you think it’s really cool to have an apologist for the organization that spawned Islamic Jihad and Islamofascist terrorism sitting on the DHS advisory council? Well, do ya punks congressmen?

Hillary and Huma

Whole lotta punkin’ goin’ on these days by a bunch of punks in Washington, DC who are in the same league with the former Army Chief of Staff who famously said that the ‘loss of diversity’ if Muslim Brotherhood/Islamic jihadist supporters were kept out of the military would be “worse” than the loss of life at Ft. Hood. No, we haven’t forgotten that, either. And we haven’t forgotten that you punks in Washington did diddly squat about that little episode, either.

And speaking of the See No/Hear No/Speak No Evil crowd, we have a question for the highly- nuanced David Horowitz and Ron Radosh, who apparently have plenty of time on their hands to bludgeon Diana West for digging up damning evidence of Soviet Communist influence on wartime US policy back in the day (That would be 1940ish, kids): Taking your cue, boys, should we just not get too worked up over the friends of our enemies insinuating themselves in positions of power and influence in US institutions in these modern times? In times of war? We are at war, right? But what’s the big deal about a few Islamist operatives floating around, huh? Maybe those ringing the warning bells are just wild-eyed conspiracy theorists, as you liken Ms. West to, huh? Anybody making accusations about the possibility of traitors and enemy agents attempting to influence policy is probably talking out their head, right? By the way, any reason for us to continue reading FrontpageMag and Pajamas Media anymore?

diana west

Here is a parallel for you: There are tens and tens of millions of Europeans who owe their very existence today to the fact that there were people in America who had their eyes wide open in the 50’s and 60’s in the matter of the Communist threat, both internal and external. foreign and domestic. Many of these people later hailed as visionaries and heroes, not the least of which was Ronald Reagan, were cast as radicals and extremists as they made it their life’s work to stand for Freedom from communist tyranny, and to expose those who would promote it.

We are at a similar position today in the struggle against Islamofascism, not only as it pertains to the immediate security of the United States, but in terms of what could be a horror story for tens of millions of Christians, Jews and non-jihadist Muslims in the Middle East. It is no time for nuance. It is time to start calling it for what it is – an evil scourge. And it is time for those responsible for overseeing the security and the integrity of the government of the United States, and for those of us who elect them, to start calling spades spades and stop the madness of mindless ‘diversification’ to appease the Sharia -mongers.

Either that or we can continue to invite fifth columnists into the inner workings of government and give the French toast – cest la vie! Or we could just drop all pretense, go whole hog (Oh! Sorry, Ayman!)and welcome Zawahiri on board. Heck, we’re probably developing some fabulous relationships with Al Quaeda in Syria as we speak.

See, we got on their good side when we didn’t go after them for Benghazi. So maybe Ayman is ready to soften up and do his part to help out whoever the new DHS secretary is. But ya know, this “keep your enemies closer” thing is starting to get a little bit ridiculous.

chris stevens

 

 

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