9/11 – 17 years on

It’s been 17 years since the attacks in NYC and Washington DC.  You can argue about who did it, how it happened, or why it happened, but the fact remains that this dark event was a turning point in history.  It unleashed an unprecedented wave of surveillance, directly attacking our freedoms, and started a new volley of direct conflict and proxy wars in the Middle East, all in the name of “The War on Terrorism”.

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We would be foolish to not have been awoken from our slumber with this.  And really most people continued to stay asleep until 2016.  At the time of the attacks the Deep State was truly a conspiracy theory.  There are serious doubts that this was carried out the way the official narrative says it was.  Knowing what we know now in 2018 this hardly feels like a stretch at all.  As early as the Iranian coup in 1953 the CIA has had its tentacles all over the world, meddling.  The 9/11 attacks were justification for the Patriot Act, gave rise to the FISA courts, and initiated military action in Afghanistan and Iraq.  Remember WMDs?  More lies spun up out of this mess to justify wasting trillions of dollars spent in the Middle East.  When you ask yourself who benefited from 9/11 you could make just as good a case for the US Government agencies benefiting the most.

Perhaps the biggest piece of information to come out of the meteoric rise of President Trump is the very real and active presence of the Deep State.  You are no longer laughed out of the room by pointing them out as a real entity.  The treasonous actions of many in the FBI, CIA, and Department of Justice against President Trump and for Hillary Clinton before, during, and after the election have thankfully awoken more people.  The Deep State can no longer hide behind the conspiracy theory curtain.

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But now we are stronger than ever.  We have momentum, and we have the greatest leader of our time to uncover the rot within our government.  Only a man of President Trump’s caliber, unable to be bought, or controlled, learning and growing in perhaps the most cutthroat industry in the world, NYC real estate, could handle the unimaginable pressure of running the greatest country the world has ever known while fighting domestic enemies more dangerous than ever once thought possible.

We are doomed to be victims of history if we forget it.  Let us not forget.  And let us be strong enough to not turn away, or be willfully ignorant because it’s easier that way.  Edward R. Murrow put it best, “A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves”.  It is our ancestral duty to stop this.

Yazidi refugee flees Germany to escape ISIS man who bought her for $100…who has also claimed refugee status in Germany

This story really gives you a warm fuzzy feeling about the vetting process for these so-called refugees.  A Yazidi refugee now living in Germany was confronted there by a man who was in ISIS and bought her for $100.  She fled to Germany to escape that nightmare.  Now, she is fleeing to IRAQ to escape this man again in Germany.  What’s even more tragic is this man cannot be prosecuted properly as he too has refugee status.

What struck me first was the fact she actually put the time in to learn German.  Imagine that.

There is no doubt a small portion of refugees pouring into Germany are truly in need. Far far far less than the number they are actually allowing in.  And we’ve been told they are vetted thoroughly before being let in.  How?  Many do not have proper paperwork.  And the countries they are fleeing from hardly ever have helpful paperwork to thoroughly vet an incoming refugee.  With that in mind it’s not shocking at all that even ISIS members are easily infiltrating refugee ranks and claiming status throughout Europe.

And it’s not a problem isolated to Europe.  Just this week in the United States an ISIS man was arrested in Sacramento.  Via Fox News:

Ameen allegedly arrived in Rawah, Iraq “with a caravan of ISIS vehicles” — after the organization gained control of the town on June 21, 2014 — and made their way to the Rawah police officer’s home, officials said. The following day, multiple group members, including Ameen, allegedly shot the officer.

“Ameen then allegedly fired his weapon at the victim while the victim was on the ground, killing him,” officials said.

The suspect is accused of being a member of ISIS and al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), as well as carrying out tasks for the groups, “including helping to plant improvised explosive devices,” according to the news release.

Following the alleged incident, Ameen relocated to Sacramento from Iraq “as a purported refugee” and did not mention his alleged ties to the terrorist organizations when seeking refugee status and a green card in the U.S., officials said.

This is further proof it is simply too hard or we are not properly equipped to vet anyone from coming into our country.  Apparently this must be said explicitly: the health and safety of our own citizens should come before the health and safety of refugees who have zero allegiance to our country.  It seems it wasn’t too hard for this man to pretend to be a refugee and seek refugee status here.  The entire immigration system should be shut down until we can prove that we can responsibly start it up again.  Or does Ameen need to set off  a few IEDs first before we wake up?

New report on why Britain’s Deradicalization Programs are failing

A recent study performed by the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) of Great Britain revealed that only 2 of Britain’s 33 deradicalization programs actually work.  The main takeaway from the article, not surprisingly to some of us, via Gatestone Institute:

The main reason for the failure of the other 31 programs, according to the Times‘ report on the study, is:

“…that facilitators were uncomfortable dealing with sensitive topics and would often refuse to engage if they were brought up. BIT found that teachers in particular were afraid to bring up matters of race and religion with their students without appearing discriminatory, often causing them to refuse to talk about these topics entirely.”

The two effective initiatives, according to the Times, were “one defying political correctness and tackling difficult issues head-on and the other directly addressing extremism in religious [Islamic] texts.”

For as long as I can remember we’ve been taught that “diversity is our strength”.  Yet I challenge you to name one instance, outside of perhaps athletics, where diversity is specifically a strength, an area where we’ve only exceeded from diversity (rather than just do something of equivalent value).  More often than not, it appears to be a glaring weakness.  Further down in the article:

In Britain, the majority (82%) of the 228 people in custody for terrorism-related offenses espouse Islamist extremism. In August 2017, the EU’s counter-terrorism coordinator, Gilles de Kerchove, said that the UK has more radicalized Muslims than any other European country. He added that Britain “has identified 20,000 to 35,000 radicals. Of these, 3,000 are worrying for MI5, and of those 500 are under constant and special attention.”

Contrary to what they’ll try and teach you these days, Islam is not native to Great Britain.  It’s not surprising to me in the least bit that the vast majority of terrorism related offenses are Islamic terrorism.  The fact that you even need deradicalization centers in your country should probably raise a red flag or two.  And again, it seems to me there is a much greater problem from diversity here than a strength.  And we are our own worst enemy with trying to fix it.  Fear of appearing racist or bigoted is hampering the only two known initiatives to beginning to address radicalization.  The ultimate answer, of course, would be to have stricter immigration laws from the beginning.  But that’d be too considerate to the native population.  Western civilization can survive with a plethora of ideas and beliefs for anyone to practice, but only within reason.  Mass replacement of the native population will inevitably end in bloodshed.

Powerful memetics – Creeping Islam

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This is how it happens folks.  It’s a slow creep.  Seemingly innocuous until it’s too late.  It’s not bigoted, or racist, or whatever else, to have an opinion and want to preserve a little bit of the way of life we’ve enjoyed and what has made this country and Western society what it is.  Nor is it to say Islam, or any other religion, should be banned.  But, things should be kept in check and in proportion to preserve what makes Western society what it is.  I certainly would like to keep some of it for my children.