Islamic Extremism in the US: We Look at Key States: No Go Zones

The author of the article below featured today in the Clarion project suggests that murder is not the answer, that we should not violate our principles in order to defeat Islamism. J.A.M.

Whose principles?

Theirs or ours?

What is your plan for defeating Islamism?”
Kill them before they kill us.
It’s really that simple.

 

 

 

 

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Islamists in MichiganWe take a look at Islamist activities in the Great Lake State. Learn More

Minnesota: Terror Recruiting Capital  Minnesota is home to the largest Somali immigrant population in the U.S. Learn More

Tales of Radical Islam in Virginia

We look at radical Islam in The Old Dominion State Read

 
“Where are the cries of “sexism” and “racism” when these articulate, experienced and knowledgable women (*gasp*… even “women of color”) are disregarded?
Oh right, these women don’t fall in line with the progressive narrative. Neither does reality and truth.”
-C.B.

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World Taekwondo Federation Had To Change Its Name

This one is definately to be filed under you can’t make this stuff up.

 

What in the world could possibly be wrong with the acronym, W.T.F.?

Perhaps the politically correct Luddites who got their panties in a bunch on this one need to move along and S.T.F.U.

We don’t have that problem with Krav Maga, unless we were to become an association, as in, K.M.A.

Why We Can’t Have Nice Things!

The World Taekwondo Federation announced Friday it was rebranding itself as “World Taekwondo” because it is too pure for this dirty world.

For 44 years the group has been known as WTF, but that has obviously become, well, problematic.

 

World Taekwondo president Choue Chung-won and delegates pose for a photo before the 2017 World Taekwondo championships in South Korea

 

 

“In the digital age, the acronym of our federation has developed negative connotations unrelated to our organization and so it was important that we rebranded to better engage with our fans,” World Taekwondo (formerly WTF) President Choue Chung-won said in a statement.

 
 Unveiling a new “f**k”-free brand and logo, the sporting body said the change “reflects its commitment to evolving and adapting to remain relevant with today’s modern audiences.”

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She was the funniest and most beautiful woman I had ever met

Actually, I met mine in the 4th grade and was smitten big time.

 

We are still great friends.

 

Here’s her picture, 10th grade,

 

 

Yep, I’ve always been partial to good looking smart girls and of course, they will become great in bed, that what all the time spent in training is all about.

I even give them a certificate of completion at the very end. 

It’s not as tough as military training, that being said, a great deal of the time is spent on the trainee’s back.

Some even stay for advanced training on the bugle.

All come away being able to play a beautiful rendition of TAPS.

Our follow-up records indicate, that women who do well with our training programs become exceptional candidates for high paying jobs in the private sector.

 

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Number of refugees admitted to U.S. drops by almost half

A simple question for the lovely lady below.

 

How many refugee families have you invited to stay at your home?

None?

Why am I not shocked?

The number of refugees admitted to the United States was cut by nearly half in the first three months of the Trump administration compared with the final three months of the Obama presidency, reflecting the new president’s skepticism toward immigration.

Government statistics released Friday showed that more than 25,000 refugees were permitted to enter and live in the United States at the end of the Obama administration. In the initial months under President Trump, the number fell to 13,000.

How could this be anything other than a great thing as we attempt to bring the cost of social services down for illegal aliens?

Why do I call them illegal?

Because in the days of Obama there were no functioning governments in Syria, Somalia, and Yemen to adequately vett these savages. 

 

Once granted refugee status the individual and his family is entitled to the entire social saftey network set aside for U.S. Citizens. (Source)


(Source for above)

The Los Angeles Times

Tracy Wilkson

June 24, 2017

 (Patrick T. Fallon / For the Los Angeles Times)
(Patrick T. Fallon / For the Los Angeles Times)

 

The statistics were released by the Department of Homeland Security, based on information supplied by the State Department.

Countries of origin were largely unchanged. In both periods, two-thirds of the arrivals came from five countries: the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Syria, Iraq, Somalia and Myanmar.

Refugees from two of those countries — Syria and Somalia — would have been banned under Trump’s executive order against entries from certain Muslim-majority nations, but federal courts have blocked the order. Trump’s original order covered Iraqis as well, but he omitted Iraq from his revised order.

The data suggest that the Obama administration, as it was about to turn over power to Trump, significantly stepped up the number of refugees admitted. Arrivals in its final three months reflected an 86% year-over-year increase compared to the same period the previous year.

In Trump’s first three months, arrivals were 12% lower than for the same period in the previous year.

Trump has sought to limit the number of refugees to 50,000 this year. But adverse rulings in the courts could work against him.

The United States already has one of the lowest quotas of refugee admissions among major receiving countries.

Nations closer to conflict zones such as Syria have taken in millions of refugees.

More people have been displaced from their home nations, because of violence and poverty, than at any time since World War II.

 

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Minneapolis Installs SHARIA HOTLINES for Muslims to Report ‘Islamaphobes’

 At first blush, the reader may be tempted to not believe this story.

 

 

Since it was written by Pamela Geller @Atlas Shrugs, take it to the bank, it’s true.

If they are having so many difficulties adjusting here, we aren’t North Korea, they can leave immediately.

If fact, that would be a great idea.

 

Pamela Geller – Minneapolis has the largest Somalia Muslim community in the country.

 

It has been hotbed of jihad activity for years.

That city’s response to surrender to the supremacism and install hotlines for Islamophobia.

Muslims are encouraged to turn in their kuffar neighbors. (unbelievers)

The more terror in America, the more sharia. 

 

“The city of Minneapolis has set up a hotline for residents to report suspected hate crimes, including “speech and actions,” according to statements on the city’s website.

The city’s Department of Civil Rights clearly states on its website that it only enforces hate crimes against certain “protected classes.”

A city official further indicated the impetus for the hate-crimes hotline was the election of President Trump and that the targets would be his supporters.”

 

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges

 

You thought the Islamophobia narrative was bad before? Just wait.

It’s as if the conquered authorities are begging Muslims to conjure up tales, rat out their neighbors, and subjugate everyone else to the sub-class status they have voluntarily submitted to.

This is sharia.

Instead of hotlines to report jihad-related activity, Muslims are encouraged to report the kuffar (much like in Muslim countries like Pakistan.)

This is Sharia.

Why not?

They want to pretend they belong in America don’t they?

 

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CNN deletes, retracts story linking Trump and Russia

Let’s see if we have this correct?

 

If CNN retracts its story on the dubious links between the Trump Administration and Russia is it still fake news?

I for one was shocked to note that CNN has editorial standards.

With sagging advertising sales, it would seem as though the editors would have been the first to get their pink slips.

 

June 24, 2017

On Thursday evening, CNN investigative reporter Thomas Frank published a potentially explosive report involving an investigation of a Russian investment fund with potential ties to several associates of President Donald Trump.

 “That story did not meet CNN’s editorial standards and has been retracted,” CNN said in an editor note posted in place of the story.
“Links to the story have been disabled.”

 

Neither Frank or CNN immediately responded to requests for comment, and a spokesperson for the Senate Intelligence Committee wasn’t available to comment.

Frank, a Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist, had reported that the Senate Intelligence Committee was investigating a “$10-billion Russian investment fund whose chief executive met with a member of President Donald Trump’s transition team four days before Trump’s inauguration.”

According to the report,  the meeting between Scarmucci and Dmitriev could have included the issue of sanctions being lifted, but a spokesperson for the RDIF told Sputnik News, a state-run Russian news channel, that the fund is not a part of Vnesheconombank.

 

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Supreme Court Retirement Talk Focuses on Pivotal Justice Kennedy

Perhaps one of the most important points of Donald Trump’s Election beside his desire to turn our country around is that he gets to nominate upcoming justices for the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

 

If the people had not sent their message loud and clear we would have been likely stuck with the racist Sonya Sotomayor and the leftist Elena Kegan.

Sotomayor’s comment’s on her past interpretation being to emphasize fairness and her life experiences as a Latina should have been immediate grounds for disqualification.

Sotomayor said at her hearing, “Identity politics is at the core of who this woman is, and let me be clear here.

 

I’m not talking about the understandable pride in one’s ancestry or ethnic roots, which is both common and natural in a country as diverse and pluralistic as ours.

Identity politics involves a sense of grievance against the majority, a feeling that racism permeates American society and its institutions and the belief that members of one’s own group are victims in a perpetual power struggle with the majority.” (Source the LA Times no less)

We have Ms. Lindsey Graham to thank for refusing to block the filibuster that would have likely kept her from the bench.

Both Sotomayor and Kagan lied to the Senate Advisory Committee when asked about their position on the Second Amendment, stating, Heller, was case-law. (Source)

 

 
 
June 24, 2017

 

  • 80-year-old Kennedy keeping mum on whether he’ll step down
  • Trump appointment would create solid conservative  Supreme Court

 

The timing is noteworthy because previous Kennedy reunions took place every five years, and this one comes four years after the 2013 event.

In addition, it’s taking place at the end of June, just as the term concludes, rather than in mid-June like previous reunions.

 

Ginsburg could very well be next. She’s not being paid to sleep during cases.

 

Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said in an email the late-June weekend was chosen “because it works best with the Justice’s schedule.”

In November, she told the blog abovethelaw.com that Kennedy’s law clerks wanted to hold the reunion at the end of this term to mark his 80th birthday, which was last July.

Kennedy also moved more slowly than he had in previous years to hire his law clerks.

He has now hired a full slate of four clerks for the term that starts in October, Arberg said.

 

Sense of Timing:

Justices typically align their retirement plans with the end of the term in late June, though the timing of the announcement itself varies. The two justices who retired during Barack Obama’s presidency, David Souter and John Paul Stevens, announced their plans a couple of months before the end of the term. Justice Sandra Day O’Connor waited until the last opinions were released in 2005.

The two justices who retired during Barack Obama’s presidency, David Souter and John Paul Stevens, announced their plans a couple of months before the end of the term. Justice Sandra Day O’Connor waited until the last opinions were released in 2005.

Justices typically align their retirement plans with the end of the term in late June, though the timing of the announcement itself varies. The two justices who retired during Barack Obama’s presidency, David Souter and John Paul Stevens, announced their plans a couple of months before the end of the term. Justice Sandra Day O’Connor waited until the last opinions were released in 2005.

The two justices who retired during Barack Obama’s presidency, David Souter and John Paul Stevens, announced their plans a couple of months before the end of the term. Justice Sandra Day O’Connor waited until the last opinions were released in 2005.

One former Kennedy clerk said in an interview he thinks the judge will probably retire at the end of the term.

Others say he may stay another year given the extraordinary power he wields.

The former clerks declined to speak for attribution.

 

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