This is the most important post I have made on this blog. And I have to thank Rocker Ted Nugent for writing on Islam and Sharia, by doing so he informed me of The Center for Security Policy and their report that will likely spark a great debate in the west about SHARIA LAW and the nature of Islam. More and more people are being awakened to the fact that Islam is much more than a religion and is by no means peaceful, this will further that exposure as it challenges Political Correctness and our current administration in regards to the dangers of Islam.
The first video is an introduction by Andrew McCarthy to the full length video that follows. The videos are the press conference for the release of the Center for Security Policy’s report, “Shariah, the Threat to America.” It was composed by Team B II, a group of intelligence and national security professionals.
The following is from David Yerushalmi’s article here
- The United States is under attack by foes who are openly animated by what is known in Islam as shariah (Islamic law).
- Shariah is based on the Quran, hadiths (sayings of Mohammed), and agreed interpretations. It commands Muslims to carry out jihad (holy war) indefinitely until all of the dar al-harb (i.e., the House of War, where shariah is not enforced) is brought under the domination of dar al-Islam (the House of Islam — or literally, the House of Submission, where shariah is enforced).
- Shariah dictates that non-Muslims be given three choices: convert to Islam and conform to shariah, submit as second-class citizens (dhimmis), or be killed. Not all classes are given the second option.
- Both Islamic terrorism and pre-violent “civilization jihad” (popularly referred to as “stealth jihad”) are commanded by shariah. That is not the view of only “extremists” and “fringe” elements “hijacking the religion,” but of many authorities of Islam widely recognized as mainstream and drawing upon orthodox texts, interpretations, and practices of the faith.
- The Muslim Brotherhood is the font of modern Islamic jihad. It is dedicated to the same global supremacist objectives as those (like al-Qaeda and the Taliban) who share its adherence to shariah but who believe that violent jihad is more likely to more quickly produce the common goal of a global caliphate.
- The Brotherhood’s internal documents make clear that civilization jihad is subversion waged by stealth instead of violence only until such time as Muslims are powerful enough to progress to violent jihad for the final conquest.
- Those who work to insinuate shariah into the United States intend to subvert and replace the Constitution (itself a violation of Article VI) because, according to shariah, freedom of religion, other civil liberties enshrined in the Constitution, and the rule of man-made law are incompatible with Islam (which means “submission”).
- The shariah-adherent enemy prioritizes “information warfare,” manifested in American society as political warfare, psychological warfare, influence operations, and subversion of our foundational institutions. Our government structure fails to recognize this strategy because it is focused so exclusively on kinetic attacks. As a result, the United States remains crippled in its inability to engage this enemy effectively on his primary battlefield.
- The Brotherhood exploits the atmosphere of intimidation created by Islamic terrorists, thus inculcating in the West a perceived need for “outreach” to the “Muslim community,” which, in turn, opens up opportunities to pursue a campaign of stealthy infiltration into American and other Western societies. The combined effect of such “civilization jihad” and jihadism of the violent kind may prove to be considerably more dangerous for this country and other Western societies than violent jihad alone.
- The Brotherhood has succeeded in penetrating our educational, legal, and political systems, as well as top levels of government, intelligence, the media, and U.S. military, virtually paralyzing our ability to respond effectively.
- Muslim Brotherhood organizations conduct outreach to the government, law enforcement, media, religious community, and others for one reason: to subvert them in furtherance of their objective, which is implementation of Islamic Law.
- An informed and determined counter-strategy to defend the Constitution from shariah can yet succeed — provided it is undertaken in the prompt, timely, and comprehensive manner recommended by Team B II.
While this Team ‘B’ report will not, and should not, be the final word on the analysis of the enemy and its threat doctrine, it is by light-years the most rigorous and empirically true analysis conducted to date. All of us who worked on the Team ‘B’ II Report tirelessly over many months can only hope those in positions of authority will finally break free of the PC chains of fear and denial and engage this competitive analysis seriously. Their oath of office demands no less.
- Lieutenant General William G. “Jerry” Boykin, U.S. Army (Ret.), former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence
- Lieutenant General Harry Edward Soyster, U.S. Army (Ret.), former Director, Defense Intelligence Agency
- Christine Brim — Chief Operating Officer, Center for Security Policy
- Ambassador Henry Cooper — former Chief Negotiator, Defense and Space Talks, former Director, Strategic Defense Initiative
- Stephen C. Coughlin, Esq. — Major (Res.) USA, former Senior Consultant, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
- Michael Del Rosso — Senior Fellow, Claremont Institute and Center for Security Policy
- Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. — former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy (Acting), President, Center for Security Policy
- John Guandolo — former Special Agent, Counter-Terrorism Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Brian Kennedy — President, Claremont Institute
- Clare M. Lopez — Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy
- Admiral James A. “Ace” Lyons — U.S. Navy (Ret.), former Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet
- Andrew C. McCarthy — former Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney (Southern District of New York); Senior Fellow, National Review Institute; Contributing Editor, National Review
- Patrick Poole — Consultant to the military and law enforcement on antiterrorism issues
- Joseph E. Schmitz — former Inspector General, Department of Defense
- Tom Trento — Executive Director, Florida Security Council
- J. Michael Waller — Annenberg Professor of International Communication, Institute of World Politics, and Vice President for Information Operations, Center for Security Policy
- Diana West — author and columnist
- R. James Woolsey — former Director of Central Intelligence
HERE IS THE PDF OF THE REPORT