Recently Egypt declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. That put an end (for now) to the ambitions of the fascist Muslim group to take control over the Middle East and other countries in the world. The events that led to that are a sad chapter of the decay of the USA – instead of supporting democracy, the administration of Obama and Hillary Clinton supported the most fanatical forces during the “Arab Spring.” No surprise here – the treacherous administration counted among its advisers people directly linked to the Brotherhood, like Huma Abedin and Mohamed Elibiary.
It took a real popular uprising in Egypt to overthrow the Muslim fascists and even Obama couldn’t save his Brotherhood friends. The latter set up shop in London – Great Britain loves Muslim terrorists (remember the Chechens?), but even there they are now scrutinized. However, the Muslim Brotherhood is an old organization, whose tentacles reach many countries in the world, including Canada.
Canada has its problems with Islam. A few days ago I wrote about a group of Muslim fanatics in downtown Toronto (protected by the police), who have distributed for years hateful literature, which contains advice on how to beat your wife, taken straight from the Koran.
Not all Muslim groups are so blunt – there are many, which work on imposing the Islamic supremacy in a gentle way. Pretending to be social and charitable organizations, they work quietly on promoting the barbaric sharia law, silencing the critics of the militant Islam and criminalizing any speech that doesn’t recognize Islam as the best thing since sliced bread. The public knows little about them and what’s worse, their activities are supported by politicians, like the dimwit Justin Trudeau. Whether he attends events sponsored by IRFAN (a “charity” that financed Muslim terrorism) or greets the anti-Semite Reza Aslan as a speaker at a Muslim fundraising gala, Justin aids and abets the worst groups of Islam.
That’s why any piece of information about how the Muslim extremism operates in Canada is so important. A recent report by the Terrorism and Security Experts of Canada Network (TSEC), which got wide attention thanks to Blazingcatfur, had a wake-up effect because it made public a problem that not many were fully aware of. Meticulously researched and objective, the TSEC report on the Muslim Brotherhood in Canada removes the “I didn’t know” excuse from the discussions on the Muslim extremism in our country.
It starts with the macabre motto of the Muslim Brotherhood, which leaves no doubt about what the Muslim fascists have in store for us: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.”
There is no place for us in their world. It’s a simple proposition – convert or die.
The report was not sponsored by the government:
The report was written by Tom Quiggin, a member of the Terrorism and Security Experts of Canada Network (TSEC). Concurrent research at the TSEC network includes a methodology project for intelligence analysts involved in the analysis of extremism. A Horizon Scanning project on the convergence of extremist ideologies is being readied for distribution in late 2014.
This project was funded internally by the TSEC network. There is no government, corporate, media or foreign money involved.
The authors summarized their findings, which resulted in a frightening picture of the possible results of the Muslim dominance in Canada. The perspective of turning Canada into a hellhole similar to Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Qatar or Iran may make you think twice before voting for idiots with Saudi advisers like Justin Trudeau:
*Canada has a significant presence of Muslim Brotherhood adherent individuals and organizations. Their values and actions are frequently the antithesis of the Canadian Constitution, values and law. Despite statements to the contrary, the Muslim Brotherhood considers itself above local laws and national constitutions.
*The Muslim Brotherhood’s use of settlement and the “process of civilization jihad” has proven effective. The long term aim is to globally impose a virulent form of political Islam to the exclusion of other faiths or systems.
*Internationally, the Muslim Brotherhood is realigning under pressure as old alliances crumble and opportunities arise. An aggressive posture is re-emerging which has used extensive political violence in the past.
*The policy and process of denial is deeply rooted in the Muslim Brotherhood.
*Muslim Brotherhood adherent groups should not be given governmental accreditation, access to public grants nor should they have charity status.
*Canada’s stance against Muslim Brotherhood adherent organizations in recent years has been more aggressive than the USA, especially in financial areas.
The report is quite long and includes 11 sections – every statement is backed up by specific verifiable fact and it definitely isn’t a breezy read. However, it is well-worth reading in its entirety:
A part of the report, which deserves to be mentioned specifically, is the list of the most influential Muslim organizations in the USA and Canada with links to the Brotherhood. Here is the Canadian list:
Selected Examples of Muslim Brotherhood adherent organizations in North America
ISNA Islamic Society of North America
MSA The Muslim Student Association
The Palestine Committee in North America and Canada
Council for American Islamic Relations (Canada) CAIR CAN (now known as) National Council of Canadian Muslims NCCM
IRFAN International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy (formerly JFHS)
Benevolence International Fund Canada
ICNA – Islamic Circle of North America
Muslim Youth of Canada (ISNA youth wing)
The Fiqh Council of North America
North American Islamic Trust
World Assembly of Muslim Youth * 1972 (financial and organizational support)
Muslim World League* 1962 (support)
Muslim American Society (Canada)
Muslim Association of Canada
MYNA Muslim Youth of North America (defunct)
*Based in Saudi Arabia. Most funding to North America has now been cut off by the Saudi government.
Everybody who follows the news closely is aware that two of the organizations in the list have been already busted. ISNA lost its charitable status with Revenue Canada for financing terrorism in Pakistan. Incidentally, ISNA was the agency certifying the halal meat in Canada, which meant that if you bought halal, portion of your money went to supporting terrorism.
IRFAN had it even worse – after losing its charitable status and its CIBC account (the bank shamefully runs a halal banking department) – the “charity” was declared a terrorist group and its offices were raided by the RCMP. IRFAN was the organization that Justin Trudeau supported.
The author of the document, Tom Quiggin, also talked about the report and its findings in an interview with SUN NEWS:
Quiggin authored an article in Winnipeg Free Press covering the same topics.
Among other things, the author mentioned an organization from his list, which currently is engaged in a bitter conflict with the Prime Minister of Canada – they are suing him for libel:
NCCM was formerly known as CAIR-CAN or the Council of American Islamic Relations-Canada. Its U.S. parent, CAIR-USA, was originally established by the Muslim Brotherhood and later designated by the U.S. Justice Department as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation case, meaning it might have been suspected but was never charged with an offence. One of CAIR-CAN’s founding directors was also an unindicted co-conspirator in the trial, which pertained to the illegal funding of Hamas. Not coincidently, Hamas is defined in its charter as the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. So despite the current denials by NCCM of any connection to the Brotherhood-affiliated CAIR-USA, the two organizations have extensive historical ties, with both groups having made repeated claims in the past that they are connected to each other.
He also quoted a document that specified the plans of the Muslim Brotherhood about the future of North America:
But the domestic implications of the Brotherhood’s influence in Canada go beyond funding terror abroad and the NCCM lawsuit. The mission of the Brotherhood in the U.S. and Canada is hardly benign. According to the Ikhwan’s “1991 Explanatory Memorandum on the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America,” the Brotherhood’s “civilizational jihad” in North America is focused on “eliminating and destroying the western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house.”
Naturally, the statements provoked a reaction from NCCM, the former CAIR-CAN. Its Executive Director, Mr. Gardee, was quick to respond in the same paper with a counter-article titled “Anti-Muslim diatribe promotes false suspicion.”
That was good – after all, our superior elites teach us that we must always maintain a meaningful multicultural dialogue. So how is the dialogue going in his article? Mr. Gardee flatly denies the statements made by Mr. Quiggin:
Rather than educate, their article misled readers by suggesting associations between known terrorist groups and Canadian Muslim organizations that have roundly condemned terrorism and extremism.
Since 2000, the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) has engaged with fellow Canadians, promoting active citizenship and outreach. As a mainstream organization, we have worked tirelessly, educating Canadian Muslims about their rights and responsibilities, building mutual understanding between communities, participating in major public inquiries and appearing before the Supreme Court of Canada.
We participate in important coalitions with respected organizations such as Amnesty International Canada and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association to uphold fundamental rights and the rule of law — indeed, to help make Canada an even better place for all.
It seems that Mr. Gardee gets lost in feel-good generalities, which fail to specify how exactly CAIR-CAN/NCCM educates the Muslims about their “rights and responsibilities.” What specific results did the “coalition” with Amnesty International bring? To the best of my knowledge, their only joint event (which was widely publicized) was a U of T gathering in support of the convicted terrorist and murderer Omar Khadr. It is perfectly legal in our country to support bad people, but is morally repugnant to back characters like Khadr and his family of traitors and killers. It definitely isn’t the way “to help make Canada an even better place for all.”
Mr. Gardee denies any links with the Muslim Brotherhood in very strong terms:
The writers absurdly claim NCCM’s predecessor organization, CAIR-CAN, was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood, a foreign political group. This is patently false. The public record shows our organization was launched in July 2000 in Ottawa by prominent Canadian Muslims led by Globe and Mail columnist Dr. Sheema Khan.
Again, he doesn’t provide details to support his statement.
CAIR-CAN has never been an independent organization – in numerous documents, including press releases, it has been listed as the Canadian office of CAIR. Even the esteemed Dr. Khan confirmed that in her well-known trade mark affidavit of 2003, where she stated under oath that “under the terms of license CAIR UNITED STATES has direct control over the character and quality of all activities of CIRC including the use of its trade-mark and trade name.” It can’t get clearer than that.
Then Mr. Gardee tries to refute the document outlining the plans of the Muslim Brotherhood. He doesn’t deny its authenticity, but presents it as “ravings” of one person:
Yet, this single, two-decade-old article has now taken on a role analogous to that of the infamous Protocols of the Elders of Zion. It has been used by far-right conspiracy theorists and their sympathizers to suggest an all-out Muslim plot to subvert Canada and the United States.
Strange analogy – unlike the Protocols, which are fabricated, the Muslim Brotherhood document simply expands on what is already essential in Islam. The idea of jihad and constant conquest is very real and could be traced in the history of Islam both as a religion and a totalitarian ideology. The attempt to introduce sharia law in Canada (which CAIR-CAN supported) or the demands of thousands of raging Muslim fanatics in Toronto in September 2102 to impose blasphemy laws leaves very little doubt that the danger is real.
Another part of the CAIR-CAN/NCCM PR campaign was a video explaining the “unfair” accusations.
It’s an animated presentation, which is supposed to keep your attention, but the problem again is that the issues that CAIR-CAN/NCCM sweeps under the carpet are more than those that they explain. The blog Eye on a Crazy Planet analyzed in detail the points, which the video for some reason left out, but all of us want them clarified, like the role of the jihadist Jamal Badawi in CAIR-CAN or the ridiculous attempt to discredit the Internet as a source of information.
The video even goes one step further in illuminating Dr. Khan’s affidavit – the pleasant female voice tells us that despite it, CAIR-CAN has always been an independent organization. Only the gullible lefties at Rabble.ca, where the video was posted, could take that seriously.
It is good that the libel case of CAIR-CAN/NCCM against the Prime Minister is going to court – probably after the discovery process is completed, Mr. Quiggin would have material for another report.
Unfortunately, as history has shown, suing people doesn’t bring respect and popularity. Doing something positive that is of benefit to everybody in this country is a more reliable path to reach that result (and there is nothing positive in promoting sharia and censoring critics).
Here is a project for CAIR-CAN/NCCM that is guaranteed to earn them the respect and admiration of the whole Canadian nation. Right now there is a large number of Canadian Muslims, who travel to Syria and other places to fight on the side of jihad. Those sadistic murderers behead or blow up their “enemies” (mostly Arab Christians and other Muslims). The majority of the Muslims of Canada prefer to cover up the issue in the most despicable way. The very few of them who choose to speak (like Prof. Salim Mansur) are ostracized and ignored.
If CAIR-CAN/NCCM cares so much about Canada and is truly a national organization, they should do everything in their power to identify those terrorists and the mosques and imams that radicalize them. Then they can either prevent them from “working” in the field of terrorism or make an effort to bring them to justice.
It is very easy to issue a statement like “We condemn terrorism!” It is also easy to blackmail and sabotage the appearances of critics of the Muslim extremism like Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer and at the same time providing a pulpit for the anti-Israeli hatemonger Reza Aslan.
It is difficult to work on stopping the Muslim terrorists, who after coming back from Syria will continue to killing Canadians, but that would be a very real way to prove that CAIR-CAN/NCCM has no support for the Muslim Brotherhood or terrorism.
Is the organization up to the task?
© 2014 Blogwrath.com