Saturday, January 12, 2013

Further evidence of Islamic influence in the U.S.

Is CIA chief nominee John Brennan a convert to Islam?  His statements over the years lauding Islam certainly sound like something a Muslim would say.  If not a Muslim, his bias is so profound that he has no business heading one of the primary agencies defending America from the global jihad being waged against us.  But then, Barack Obama has surrounded himself with agents of the Muslim Brotherhood so it is no surprise that he would recruit another man of to say the least, divided loyalties.


Further evidence of Islamic influence in the U.S.

CHARLOTTE, January 10, 2013 ? Two more examples of Islamic infringement into American society have again gone virtually unreported by mainstream media.

On January 7, President Obama nominated John Brennan for Director of the CIA. As usual, the nomination was met with a full slate of supporters and detractors which can, and will, be debated at length. Of particular concern, however, is either Brennan’s ignorance of Islam or his support of Barack Obama’s belief that it is possible to negotiate with the Islamic world. 

During a speech in New York in 2010, Brennan recalled spending time in Indonesia during the 1970s where he learned to speak Arabic. Brennan went on to say that Islam had come to shape his world view.

According to Brennan, more than 30-years of global travel have taught him about “the goodness and beauty of Islam.”

“Like the president during his childhood years in Jakarta, I came to see Islam not how it is often misrepresented, but for what it is – how it is practiced every day, by well over a billion Muslims worldwide, a faith of peace and tolerance and great diversity,” Brennan said.

Speaking at the Islamic Center at New York University, Brennan condemned hostility towards Islam, adding there were negative stereotypes about Muslims in the United States.

Brennan has been a leading proponent of eliminating many terms he says Muslims find offensive, including the word, “jihadist.” As Brennan points out, “They are not jihadists for jihad is a holy struggle, an effort to purify, for a legitimate purpose. And there is nothing, absolutely nothing holy or pure or legitimate or Islamic about murdering innocent men, women and children.”

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