August 13, 2014

Guerrillas in our midst [Darleen Click]

Islamist front-group CAIR has decided that what is in the “best interests” of the Muslim community is helping home-grown jihadists by outing informants

An Islamic rights organization [sic] has asked for the public’s help in gathering information about a secret FBI informant whose claims led to a homegrown terrorism conspiracy indictment, with trial set to start Tuesday, Aug. 12, in Riverside for two Inland men charged with plotting to meet with the Taliban and al-Qaida and murder Americans overseas.

An attorney for the Greater Los Angeles area office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said Monday the organization “can’t say we won’t” expose the identity of the informant, if it comes across verifiable information.

“It will come down to what is in the best interest of our community,” said Fatima Dadabhoy, senior civil rights attorney for the Los Angeles office of CAIR.

The organization asked for those with information to call its Anaheim office’s civil rights hotline, or call the federal public defender investigator’s office in Riverside. [...]

Dadabhoy said her organization believes the FBI has used confidential informants to entrap people, and that a majority of terrorist plots are fabricated or provoked by the FBI.

“We want to make sure that our community is aware,” she said. “When the FBI sends in people with this criminal background into our community, we want to know how they are acting and who is vulnerable to them. Our best way is to identify this and the tactics that are being used.”

Posted by Darleen @ 8:05am
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  1. awesome.

  2. I would expect nothing less from terrorist enablers, but of course, saying so, makes me an Islamophobe, or something.

  3. Whoever wants my vote for President had better promise to investigate the Hell out of these Islamholes.

  4. CAIR, by comparison with the highest office in the land which happens to be in the hands of a decidedly anti-American, is hardly a threat to speak of. It’s a nasty organization, sure, but as a matter of generating actual harm? That prize belongs to IVotePresentandWonPenPhone, hands down.

  5. The blog post title is pure genius.

  6. Seconded. Darleen, can you put that into a picture?

  7. senior civil rights attorney for the Los Angeles office of CAIR

    Isn’t this like tits on a bull?

  8. CAIR, by comparison with the highest office in the land which happens to be in the hands of a decidedly anti-American, is hardly a threat to speak of.

    It is the domestic front for the Muslim Brotherhood. Do not underestimate its pervasiveness nor its friendliness with this administration.

  9. I don’t. Thing is, remove the miscreant in the White House, replace him with an American and CAIR’s potential influence falls to zero.

    Zero.

  10. From the “no kidding” dept.

    A startling new political science study concludes that corporate interests and mega wealthy individuals control U.S. policy to such a degree that “the preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy.”

  11. There is no overlap in policy preferences?

  12. Zero.

    You sure? I’m not.

  13. I’m not going to make a fuss over a touch of hyperbole intended to focus our attention on the vastly more serious problem, but if you like, suit yourself.

  14. I would prefer to read…”Guerrillas in our midst get pissed” .

  15. if terrorists can get to california they just have to head north to Oregon or cross the desert to Arizona and bam they’re in America

  16. The topic appears to be CAIR and its treachery is not limited to the Obama administration. I’m sure most here will recall that they were a clear and present danger before any of us knew the name Obama.

  17. Until we see politicians who will state that Islam is not a religion of peace, Islam will prevail.

  18. The topic is CAIR. Oggahboogah.

    Besides seeing CAIR as an enemy of the United States (oh, what a revelation!), some of us remember when Executives took their oath of office and actually meant it.

  19. >when Executives took their oath of office and actually meant it.<

    it is a "living oath" dude.

  20. I know some oaths that live, but I wouldn’t recite them on a family blog.

  21. I love it when holocausts are offered to the gods of the copybook headings.

  22. Gaza intifada comes to MO eh?

  23. “Guerrillas in our midst”
    Oh. I had something else in mind when I read that…

  24. ****A modest proposal for the troublesome tea party

    The past few years have shown us that our political system is operating like a well-oiled machine, assuming that machine’s primary purpose is to function horribly while producing nothing of value.

    Stubbornness and disagreement have been raised to art forms, and the American people have made it clear they rate Congress only slightly more favorably than “scorpions in pants.” The president isn’t viewed much better, with an approval rating hovering around a dismal 40 percent.

    There’s ample blame to go around — leftward, rightward, centerward (which isn’t a word, but should be) — but a new poll homes in on one of the biggest problems plaguing politics: the shrinking yet increasingly loud faux-populist tea party.

    The tea party has spent most of President Barack Obama’s time in office pushing Republicans to the right with such force that the GOP is spinning drill-like into the ground, poised to become the country’s first subterranean political party. Noisy and threatening as tea party adherents may be, their politics remain far outside both the Democratic and Republican mainstreams, yet their presence continues to gum up the works.

    The new McClatchy-Marist poll found that 25 percent of registered voters nationally identify themselves as Republicans. And only 40 percent of those Republicans say they support the tea party. That gives you a sense of scale.

    [...]

    The masses — or to put it in tea party-esque, constitutional fetishist lingo, “we the people” — would like some sign that our government is still capable of doing the things that governments do. Like govern.

    Instead, lawmakers left Washington for an end-of-summer break with a plan for a lawsuit most people don’t want and no plan for immigration reform, which most people — including many Republican-aligned business organizations — do want.

    The reason for much of this is the outsize influence of the tea party, which hates Obama, loathes Obamacare, thinks government should shrink largely out of existence and views immigration reform as a threat to our sovereignty.

    Many tea party Republicans even hate their own party. At a speaking event Monday, Mississippi Tea Party Chairman Roy Nicholson reportedly prayed that God would “be violent against” the GOP establishment.

    And so it goes.

    To me, the solution is rather simple. The majority of us — Republican, Democrat, independent, whatever — would like to see a functioning government run by people smart enough to know that “compromise” isn’t a four-letter word. The tea party activists, on the other hand, would like to have things their way — period.

    So, given their concern for protecting the border and their desire for limited government, I say we give all card-carrying tea party members Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and the bottom one-sixth of California south of Los Angeles. (I’m pretty sure they wouldn’t want all those Hollywood liberals anyway.)

    They can build as big a fence as they want along the border with Mexico, figure out their own health care system, hang guns on their Christmas trees and have a government so limited that its only rule is that you can’t speak unless you’re holding the conch shell. Have fun, guys.

    The rest of us will remain in the “upper 445/6″ and see if we can’t actually get something done. The first order of business, I think, should be building a gigantic wall along our new border with Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and that little bit of California.

    Because the last thing we need is any of those dang tea partyers trying to sneak in and threaten our American way of life.

    rhuppke@tribune.com

    Copyright © 2014, Chicago Tribune****

  25. “. . . I say we give . . .”

    . . . what “we” do not own.

    Figures someone who understands nothing would say as much. Thieves, among whom any need for “honor” isn’t even perceived, since “why bother”, figure (not) the thieves.

  26. Suppose he sweetens the pot with New Orleans?

  27. heh, all the mudbugs in the world wouldn’t cure his dementia.

  28. David Horovitz: US livid with Israel? Hamas can’t believe its luck

    *** After the abandonment of Israel by the UK, with its promise to limit arms sales to Israel if Hamas restarts its attacks on our civilians, we now learn that the US is already restricting arms sales to Israel, having halted a planned supply of the Hellfire precision missiles that enable Israel to strike at the rocket launchers set up by Hamas in the heart of Gaza’s residential areas. ***

    Weasel Zippers (Ynet): Report: Obama Calls Netanyahu “Reckless And Untrustworthy,” Halts Missile Shipment To Israel…

    *** According to the sources, White House officials were concerned about Israel’s use of artillery, instead of precision-guided munitions in the more densely populated areas in the Gaza Strip. ***

  29. Meanwhile, the threat of ethnic cleansing proceeds apace, if with somewhat more subtlety in some venues than others.

  30. Recall only Raul Hilberg’s formula of the three steps resolving down the centuries:

    1) you cannot live among us as Jews (conversion – ghettoization)

    2) you cannot live among us (ghettoization – expulsion)

    3) you cannot live (annihilation)

    So Israel. And comes the last step. Not there either.

  31. Snitches get stiches.

    Which isn’t so bad, since once CAIR’s in charge we’ll get honor killings, beheadings, female genital mutilation, and that weird fried bread that smells like my bike seat.

  32. LMC, don’t forget the return of crucifixion.

  33. The new McClatchy-Marist poll found that 25 percent of registered voters nationally identify themselves as Republicans. And only 40 percent of those Republicans say they support the tea party. That gives you a sense of scale.

    No it doesn’t. It gives you ( the blockhead that wrote this) a false sense of security.

    The reason for both of those low percentages is because the TEA Party types are abandoning the Republican party in droves. Lets see the percentage of likely voters that identify or support the TEA Party, then we will maybe get an idea of scale.

  34. So we see IVotePresent emerged from his vacation briefly in order to perform his best Chip Diller routine regarding the genocidal murderers in Syria-Iraq.

    Standards being what they are, standard-operating-procedure for ClownCatastrophe remains in the hands of David Axelrod. The show’s the thing.

  35. Lee, that fellow is making use of Alinsky’s rule number one: “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.”

  36. Could be sdferr.

    Also possible is he’s just a stupid asshole.

    I guess they aren’t mutually exclusive…

  37. I just figure whenever we face some representation of relative political strength — since rule no. one is ordinally first for good reason, our necessity is to pose always first in response this skepticism (which in essence you did already with some precision): “what’s his angle in making these strengths appear so?”

  38. I feel the same way about the IRS, ATF, VA, BLM, AFGE, DOL, DoED, DOJ, USDA, OSHA, DOS, NSA.

    And as to the presumed executive replacement.

    Monkeys in our midst. It’s an anim!

  39. Yeah, always a good question sdferr. Whether dealing with a political hack or a con man.

    Again, not necessarily mutually exclusive. Hardly ever even in that case.

  40. The TEA Party, it’s a threat a million times worse than it’s numbers.

    Uh-huh.

  41. OT: WGN’s coverage of the Cubs-Brewer’s contest the last 45 mins or so has been supplemented with long scans of the Blue Angels flying maneuvers over Chicago, and man o man are they gorgeous. What a treat.

  42. - The really neat thing about reality is that it doesn’t give a fig who you are. Sooner or later, no matter how cognitively disconnected you and your cult want to be, reality will track you down, pin you against the wall, and smack your ass into submission.

    – Progressives are in danger of drowning in their own hysteria and anguish……Can I get a halleluiah from the bros and sistahs?

  43. The Arabs of Gaza are just a bunch of young Robert Goddards in the making. Wait until their brethren in the West Bank catch up with them! What joy!

  44. Funny, he looked more Wile E. Coyote to me.

  45. Reality has multiple personalities, one of which is named Nemesis.

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