Sunday, August 24, 2008

Denial, Denial, Denial, and Eventually -- Defeat

U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison's Friends
From Americans Against Hate
The Company that U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison Keeps

Cross posted from Deb Hamilton's Right Truth

Congressman Ellison (center) with "Unindicted Co-Conspirator" Jamal Said (right)

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A note from Radarsite: This is our doing. This is not the work of the enemy, or even of the 'hard left'. This is the result of our combined ignorance, gullibility and complacency. We have allowed this Muslim viper into our nest. Until we somehow find the will to acknowledge the simple but awesome fact that it is Islam itself which is the enemy, we will continue eroding our defenses. Knowing what we now know - or certainly should know -- about Islam itself and Muslims in general it is unconscionable that we continue to give them access to the reins of power. But we do.

The truth is hard and unpleasant, but it will not go away simply because we refuse to look at it. Unchallenged, it will just grow stronger. As Britain has learned to their dismay, giving the Muslims a voice in government is the surest means to self-destruction. The destruction of the Judeo/Christian West is the Muslim Allah-given commandment. And it will be obeyed.

Leaders such as Keith Ellison do not just represent their local constituency, nor do they merely speak for a minority faith. They represent the enemy. Islam is the enemy. Muslims are the enemy so long as they embrace Islam. To attempt to reinterpret this glaring truth in any other way is simply cowardly and suicidal. It is no less bizarre to have Muslim agents in powerful positions in our government today as it would have been to have Japanese or Nazi politicians in similar authoritarian roles in 1942.

It is all of us who are responsible for this travesty of the democratic process. It is primarily the Democrats and their PC multiculturalistic nonsense who have enabled these enemies to get these footholds into our vulnerable nation. But it is also the fault of the Republicans for not demonstrating the appropriate outrage and not doing more to stop it.

If we continue prosecuting this war with the impotent weapons of peace, we will most assuredly lose this war. There is no such thing as being fair and balanced to the enemy in a time of war. We are not interested in their point of view or their complaints. We will not allow them a seat at the table. They are the enemy. We do not give our enemy a voice in our affairs.

Denial, denial, denial, and eventually -- Defeat.


  1. I have often wondered what his connections to certain Muslim groups are. It seems strange that he is allowed to view sensitive classified material even though many of those who work for him have connections to groups linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Are the moonbats running the intelligence agencies now? There was a time when a congressman or senator could be striped of their clearance for less.

  2. Excellent point Roger, we are doing this to ourselves. It's my understanding that Ellison will not be the only one for long, and on local levels we many several in elected office.

    Debbie Hamilton
    Right Truth and
    Right Truth Two

  3. Roger, You've hit on the very issue that I've been harping on for quite a while: "This is our doing. This is not the work of the enemy, or even of the ‘hard left’. This is the result of our combined ignorance, gullibility and complacency."
    It is certainly meritable, even when our neighbor doesn't agree with us, or see things as we do, to still employ the 1st Person Plural.
    For in time, it will take more than you and I and our fellows to knock this diseased threat of its float.
    How we finesse into the necessary dialogue will be very important. We will have the "Adaments" who will be as doctinaire mirror reflections of Pharisees or Ayatollahs. (We may have to accept their good intentions as impediments.)
    But recovery doesn't always work that way. Without compromising our mission, we might do well to approach our "Landsmen" from that time period they were first offered indifference as an art form. It may be High School, or even elementary grades. The element that made it through "Higher Education" will be the more difficult. (US Higher Education baits from me the question; Higher than what?)
    But let's not DENY that it will be challenging. It may even be difficult.
    But let's DENY it can't be done.
    (Findalis, Intel Community had been riddled at the end of the Cold War and legislated to humility before that. Even since 2001, thanks to money dumped on it, it has become a weighted bloat with all of Congress trying to run it. If anything is broken in DC, it's the intelligence community; it's limbs are diseased and too brittle to build on.)