Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Saturday, August 21, 2010

The Ground Zero Mosque, Imam Rauf, & What Everyone is Missing

Let me say up front that I believe that Islam is a religion which has the spirit of Anti-Christ in it. Ask any Christian in Indonesia, Nigeria, or Eritrea what they think about the religion of peace, and they will tell you how terrifying living next to Muslims can be.

With that said, I want to put out my theory that Imam Rauf is not a true-blue radical Muslim regardless of what tapes have come out. The fact that he is on the Council of Foreign Relations Religious Council tells me all I need to know. I'm still working on my mammoth CFR post, which is the summation of my research into this elite group. Not just anyone can be in CFR, you must first be invited, and they carefully select their members. Here is a full listing from their own website of who sits on their Religious Advisory Board-mark these people and watch what they do:

Salam Al-Marayati, Muslim Public Affairs Council, Los Angeles, CA

Madeleine K. Albright, The Albright Group LLC, Washington, DC

R. Scott Appleby, Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Notre Dame, IN

Reza Aslan, University of California Riverside, Los Angeles, CA

Peter L. Berger, Boston University, Brookline, MA

Charles E. Blake Sr., The Church of God in Christ, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

Chloe A. Breyer, The Interfaith Center of New York, New York, NY

Jean B. Elshtain, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

C. Welton Gaddy, The Interfaith Alliance, Washington, DC

Marc Gopin, George Mason University, Arlington, VA

Kenneth F. Hackett, Catholic Relief Services, Baltimore, MD

J. Bryan Hehir, Harvard University, Wellesley, MA

Serene Jones, Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY

Michael A. Kinnamon, National Council of Churches of Christ of the USA, New York, NY

Antonios Kireopoulos, The National Council of Churches, New York, NY

Leonid Kishkovsky, World Conference of Religions for Peace, Sea Cliff, NY

Richard D. Land, Southern Baptist Convention, Nashville, TN

Luis E. Lugo, The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Washington, DC

Paul Marshall, Hudson Institute, Washington, DC

Ruth Messinger, American Jewish World Service, New York, NY

Joel Meyers, Rabbinical Assembly, New York, NY

Mark A. Noll, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

Eboo Patel, Interfaith Youth Core, Chicago, IL

Feisal Abdul Rauf, Cordoba Initiative, New York, NY

Olin C. Robison, Oxford University, Shelburne, VT

David Saperstein, Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, Washington, DC

Arthur Schneier, Appeal of Conscience Foundation, New York, NY

Chris Seiple, Institute for Global Engagement, Arlington, VA

Donald W. Shriver Jr., Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY

Richard Stearns, World Vision, Federal Way, WA

Peter Steinfels, Fordham Center on Religion and Culture, New York, NY

Robert A. F. Thurman, Columbia University, New York, NY

William F. Vendley, World Conference of Religions for Peace, New York, NY

Jim Wallis, Sojourners, Washington, DC

Peter D. Weaver, United Methodist Church, Lawrence, MA

Gloria E. White-Hammond, My Sister's Keeper, Jamaica Plain, MA

Robert S. Wood, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT

You will notice that all of the Christian groups are those of the most liberal persuasion, with the exception of Richard Land from the Southern Baptist Convention. However, he is being used to push the need for the integration of illegals. Each character in the cast of CFR has a role to play. When you understand that, it becomes more obvious to see through their ruses.

The Cordoba Institute has raised money in partnership with the American Society for Muslim Advancement. So who financially supports something like the ASMA? Is it goat herders is some remote Moslem country scraping together their shekels? Hardly, take a gander at the list, you will find the usual suspects:
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Rockefeller Brothers
  • Rockefeller Philanthropy
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  • Global Fund for Women
  • William & Mary Greve Foundation
  • The Sister Fund
  • The Russell Family Foundation
  • Danny Kaye & Sylvia Fine Foundation
  • Graham Charitable Foundation
  • Deak Family Foundation
  • Henry Luce Foundation
  • The Elizabeth Foundation
  • The Ms. Foundation
  • Hunt Alternatives
Why don't we just ask David Rockefeller why he wants a Ground Zero Mosque so bad? Why don't we write these foundations and ask why they're supporting an organization that is hell-bent on pissing off America. I think this is a big component that no one is talking about.

Here's a chart I found at SGP:

 Regular readers of my blog will remember the story I did on how the robber barons are still robbing America through their tax-free social engineering programs. I believe we have just discovered another deliberate attempt to sidetrack us from whatever else it is they're doing. They, by which I mean the CFR, Trilateral, and all those types, are using our already well-founded distrust and animosity toward Islam and its barbaric belief system to foment further hatred. They are always working to keep us distracted, after all, they've probably spent billions by now on mass psychology and propaganda.

I don't mind being mad when it's justified, but I think they're laying it on a bit thick. Opening the "Cordoba" mosque on the 10th anniversary of 9-11? It's a bit rich. As Mosab Yousef said in his interview, this direct insult totally goes against Arab custom. Think about it, if they truly wanted to spread Islam throughout the US, wouldn't they follow their tried and true method of kindly infiltrating and being your best next-door neighbor as they have done in Europe. That is, until they reach 7 - 10% of the population, at which point they inform you that all your base belong to them. I do realize that this is occurring, but not at the rates that Europe experienced.

We do know that the United Nations is relocating Muslims to Nashville, Tennessee. I hope you realize by now that the overlap between who runs the UN, CFR and Trilateral is huge.  Putting Muslims in the smack middle of "Jesusland" is going to create conflict, which is what they're hoping for. Hopefully, we will be able to overcome evil with good, that would foil the plans of these globalists S.P.E.C.T.R.E types.


  1. Wow.

    Haven't stopped in for a while because work and life responsibilities have been seriously limiting my time for other things.

    I can see I've been missing a lot.

  2. Know what being busy is like!

    I've got a dozen posts that I don't have time to write - each one pretty mind-blowing. I'm rapidly coming to the conclusion that almost all the ills of our society are orchestrated by a handful of people.

  3. These connections are mindblowing. Where do we start, and are we too late to even begin? I agree that the mosque is a detraction, but perhaps it is a good detraction - it is rousing spirits like nothing else since 9/11.

    If the mosque is built we will see the most radical of radical imams preaching there. If Anwar Awlaki could get safely back into the country, they would have him there on that 15th floor in a hot minute. My prediction is, that there are imam's that will be famous on that 15th floor, and not in a peaceful way.

    rm, I will help you write those letters to the foundations. We won't get an answer though, but I'm not a defeatist, so I'll give it a try. I wonder if we can get some Letters to the Editor printed in some major papers?

    As always, your work is so interesting and thorough. I need to spend an uninterrupted week here.


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