JANUARY 17, 2014
On the same week that the Obama administration let the mastermind of 9/11 dispatch propaganda from his Guantanamo jail cell—aiding and abetting more terrorism—it cracked down on “racial profiling” by prohibiting federal agents from singling out Muslims in counterterrorism investigations.
Have we lost all dignity as a nation? These are simply some of the latest shenanigans in the president’s never-ending mission to be politically correct, an experiment that’s transforming the U.S. from a respected superpower to world’s biggest laughingstock. The effort includes befriending the enemy—Islamic jihadists—by caving into the demands of various Muslim rights groups. It’s political correctness and diplomacy on steroids!
How else could you explain allowing the Al Qaeda operative, an enemy combatant who’s admitted being the architect of the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil, issue a manifesto from his military prison cell? This is downright shameful yet it occurred this week and the world took note. The government let Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) issue the 36-page document, described by one mainstream newspaper as a “rambling, deeply religious manifesto” suggesting Muslims shouldn’t use violence to spread Islam.
The news article reminds that not that long ago KSM boasted of waging jihad against the U.S. and other non-Muslim nations. His Pentagon file says he’s a senior Al Qaeda recruiter, financier and operational planner for the group’s global terrorist network. The document confirms that KSM was the “mastermind of the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the hijacking of United Airlines flight 93 that crashed in Pennsylvania.”
Even the mainstream media, Obama’s biggest ally, appeared to criticize allowing KSM to issue his proclamation. Here’s how the previously cited paper assessed it: “The writings suggest that he either believes he can convert his U.S. audience or, as he often has done, is playing a mind game to attract publicity, feign mental illness or spare himself the death penalty if convicted in the 2001 attacks, the worst terrorist strikes in American history.”
A day after the administration gave the world’s most dangerous terrorist a mouthpiece to incite more terrorism, the Department of Justice (DOJ) issued strict orders prohibiting federal agents from considering religion, national origin, gender and sexual orientation in their investigations. Here’s the key phrase from the mainstream newspaper that broke the story this week: “The move addresses a decade of criticism from civil rights groups that say federal authorities have in particular singled out Muslims in counterterrorism investigations and Latinos for immigration investigations.”
This appears to be part of a broader outreach effort that includes protecting Muslim civil rights and eradicating law enforcement material deemed “offensive” to Muslims. In December Judicial Watch published a special report on this, documenting the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) purge of anti-terrorism training material and curricula determined by Islamic organizations to be offensive to Muslims. The report is based on FBI, DOJ and court documents obtained in the course of a lengthy JW investigation.
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