Cair sets stage for Greenwald appearance and media

Next month, America will be treated to an Islam-fest, compliments of CAIR. On the stage as keynote speaker is Greenwald, the reporter behind the NSA leaks story.

The twisted irony is that if NSA monitors Greewald closely, it would point them right back to the greatest threat to America, outside our subversive ‘heads in the sand’ government.

This is the subject of AIM’s article “Cair’s Useful Idiot” by Evan Gahr — October 22, 2013.

 

Glenn Greenwald, the hard-left activist who fancies himself a journalist, is scheduled to speak next month before a terrorist-friendly agitprop group that masquerades as a Muslim civil rights organization.

In a big propaganda coup that will allow the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to achieve even more mainstream credibility, Greenwald will keynote the November 16 “Faith in Freedom” banquet of CAIR’s Greater Los Angeles chapter.

It is more than a bit ironic that Greenwald, who considers himself the most passionate defender of American freedoms since Thomas Jefferson, would speak at a CAIR conference.

CAIR has considerably impeded free expression in this country by helping to cast anyone who talks honestly about the distinctly Islamic nature of terrorism as a bigot. It has thus weakened the will of Americans to fight terrorism by helping to obscure its Muslim face.

CAIR, an unindicted co-conspirator in a terrorism funding case, flourishes because virtually all mainstream journalists omit damaging information about CAIR from their articles that quote the organization’s fanciful claims about rampant anti-Muslim bias in this country.

And Greenwald, who has headlined at least two other CAIR events, has proven himself to be one of CAIR’s most useful of useful idiots in the media.

Greenwald’s appearance at the dinner next month is certain to attract massive media coverage, which will allow CAIR to further pretend it is devoted to defending civil liberties from an oppressive government.

Greenwald will share the podium with Imam Siraj Wahhaj, who was on the government’s list of unindicted co-conspirators in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing case. […/]

See more at: AIM.com

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The article mentions the irony in Greenwald masquerading as a modern Jefferson. Further irony is that in 1786 Jefferson had known for some time that there was no appeasing the Muslim Barbary Coast pirates. Indeed, reason had already ruled in his mind. He also concluded it would be easier to assemble a naval force than raise the 60,000 dollar ransom they demanded, leading only to additional demands. Respectfully, TJ knew his fellow countrymen would have no patience for this ongoing extortion even in foreign waters. So we never have to read a story of Jefferson going about making the case to keep raising funds and paying extortionists, who also could not be trusted. Jefferson at least understood the real threat.

And so it was even more injury to America when the congressman Keith Ellison was sworn in using the Qur’an from Jefferson’s private collection. But then the Islamists do not miss many opportunities to threaten, insult, or provoke their hosts or opponents — any country or people who are not Muslims — any way they can. Symbolism is key. Greenwald the dupe.

In essence, Jefferson learned then what some today have not yet internalized, that there really is no dealing with them aside from an external threat of force. That may be all they do understand, freedom be damned.

So these are the modern incarnation of the Barbary pirates, who have now penetrated America but nonetheless operate by the same code.

There is no appeasing them because they want everything in their favor and will be defiantly unhappy until they get it. And then will only return to you a Dhimmi pittance, if so inclined.

One room in the house is not enough. What they demand is supreme loyalty. Greenwald complies.

Greenwald told the CAIR-San Francisco fundraising banquet last November that “there really is no organization with which I’d rather be spending my time, or with which I feel more at home than CAIR.” In his speech, a rousing call to arms against supposed government persecution of Muslims, Greenwald even quoted the renowned communist Rosa Luxemberg, identifying her, not surprisingly, as merely a socialist.

People like Greenwald, and there will be others, so willingly prostrate themselves in front of the enemy without so much as a benefit in return. It must make them feel good, which probably masks any sense of the harm they are inflicting on America. But just like with others, to Muslims he will only ever be Greenwald the dupe — or the Dhimmi-dupe.


I wouldn’t want to create the impression that I wouldn’t like the government of the United States to be Islamic sometime in the future…But I’m not going to do anything violent to promote that. I’m going to do it through education.” -Ibrahim Hooper, CAIR Spokesperson

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The only freedom is in not being a Dhimmi-dupe.

~ Bullright

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11 Responses to Cair sets stage for Greenwald appearance and media

  1. Clyde says:

    Good one, Bull. The ending, you ask? Greenwald speaks, the muslims BEHEAD the infidel.

  2. myfoxmystere says:

    Greenwald will sell his soul to Allah al Satan for a bread crumb.

  3. Hardnox says:

    Stellar post. What I find odd is that Greenwald is queer and living in South America.while defending American values and Islam. WTF!

    I wonder under which category of stupid he gets labeled. I’m at a loss.

  4. Buck says:

    Thomas Jefferson had a copy of the koran so he could better understand this enemy.
    It might behoove other people in public office to read what is written instead of parroting platitudes fed them by folks whose ultimate goal is subjugation and conversion of planet earth.

  5. Kathy says:

    Great post, Bullright. Very interesting stuff that I didn’t know about him. It makes me wonder how many personalities he has living in his head.

  6. Bullright says:

    Yesterday, Democracy Now reported: Leaving the Guardian

    Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who first reported Edward Snowden’s leaks, is leaving The Guardian this week to join a new media venture funded by eBay founder and multi-billionaire Pierre Omidyar. “Usually [dissenting journalists] are on the outside of institutional power, and what this is really about is being able to create a very well-funded, powerful, well-fortified institution that’s designed not to just tolerate that kind of journalism, but to enable it and protect it, strengthen it and empower it,” Greenwald says. “The people who we’re going to select are all going to be people who take the same view of adversarial journalism, that it’s about holding the most powerful factions accountable, fearlessly, without regard to threats from the government or corporate factions. I think it’s going to be a very formidable force in shaping how journalism is understood and how it’s practiced.”