Neocons and Muslim haters

Council for the National Interest Foundation

 

Dear friends,

Below is information compiled by CNI’s Phil Giraldi, a former CIA counter-terrorism specialist. I hope you’ll share widely.

MEMO: CNI friends and allies

FROM: Phil Giraldi, Executive Director

There has been considerable commentary over the possibility that the terrorism in Norway will trigger a reaction against “conservative” websites and will stifle legitimate debate over immigration and asylum policies. But the websites in question are not conservative at all but rather neoconservative, and the only immigration they oppose is immigration by Muslims.

Some leading neoconservatives cited by Anders Behring Breivik in his rambling commentary are David Horowitz, Daniel Pipes, Robert Spencer, and Pamela Geller, all of whom have been leaders in the indictment of Islam and each of whom is, not coincidentally, a vocal advocate of Israel and its policies. They are the alligators in the swamp that they have created and are now frantically engaged in distancing themselves from their words and deeds. But sometimes the truth will out.

Pamela Geller, who is one of a network of groups and individuals funded by elements within the pro-Israel lobby who are pushing Islamophobia on behalf of Israel, posted the following rambling message from a Norwegian admirer back in 2007. Could it have been Breivik? Possibly. He speaks of stockpiling weapons and violence.

Did Geller alert the Norwegian authorities? No, but she did make sure the Norwegian message was read by her thousands of supporters. Geller has removed the posting from her website but it can still be found through Google.

“I am running an email I received from an Atlas reader in Norway. It is devastating in its matter-of-factness:

‘Well, yes, the situation is worsening. Stepping up from 29,000 immigrants every year, in 2007 we will be getting a total of 35,000 immigrants from Somalia, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan. The nation’s capital is already 50% Muslim, and they ALL go there after entering Norway. Adding the 1.2 births per woman per year from Muslim women, there will be 300,000+ Muslims out of the then 480,000 inhabitants of that city.

Orders from Libya and Iran say that Oslo will be known as Medina at the latest in 2010, although I consider this a PR-stunt nevertheless it is their plan.

From Israel the hordes clawing at the walls of Jerusalem proclaim cheerfully that next year there will be no more Israel, and I know Israel shrugs this off as do I, and will mount a strike during the summer against all of its enemies in the Middle East. This will make the Muslims worldwide go into a frenzy, attacking everyone around them.

 

Before, I thought about emigrating to Britain, Israel, USA, South Africa, etc. for taxes and politics, but instead (although I believe we are the very last generation on earth before the return of God) I will stay and fight for the right to this country and indeed the entire peninsula, for the God-fearing people, just in case this isn’t the end of the world after all. Doesn’t hurt to have a backup plan.

It’s far from impossible to achieve, after all my people has done it every time before, in feats that match the ancient Greek, Hebrew and British “legends”.

Oslo and the southeast may fall easily, but there are other lines than “state”-borders drawn across this country since long before there was even a single Muslim in the world, and we have held them this long, against everyone else too. We are entering a new golden age for my people, and those of a handful other countries, but only through struggle.

 

Breivik was reportedly also a regular poster on a similar blog run by Hans Rustad, a former left-wing, Jewish journalist who, like Geller, is extremely pro-Israel and, coincidentally, warns against ‘Islam-isation.’

As John Sugg, Max Blumenthal and others have exposed, pro-Israel neocons such as Geller are closely related to the growing hostility toward Muslims. We hope, but doubt, that the recent tragedy in Norway will cause them to re-think their actions, not simply try to hide them.

We also hope that others will not be taken in by their despicable manipulation.

 

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5 Responses to “Neocons and Muslim haters”

  • Patriot says:

    The Wall Street Journal (which is neocon influenced) And Jerusalem Post Publish Editorials Saying Norwegian Terrorist Had A Point

    http://thinkprogress.org/security/2011/07/25/277863/wsj-jerusalem-post-norway-terrorist-had-a-point/

    Killings in Norway Spotlight Anti-Muslim Thought in U.S.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/25/us/25debate.html

    Gilad Atzmon: Was the Massacre in Norway a reaction to BDS?

    http://america-hijacked.com/2011/07/24/gilad-atzmon-was-the-massacre-in-norway-a-reaction-to-bds/

  • Patriot says:

    Following by USS Liberty survivor Ron Kukal:

    Ron wrote:

    Here is exactly the reason that Israel is going to cause WWIII, and we try to pattern ourselves after them. We are war like there

    is no doubt and a carbon copy of the IDF in mnay ways. That ladies and gentlemen is why we invited our own country to be attacked,

    and there will most likely be more of it. Israel is becoming more isolated all the time. Norway is a peace loving country.

    —– Original message —–

    Date: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 11:10 AM
    Subject: Norwegian victims ?got what they deserved,? say some Israeli commenters

    FYI-

    Norwegian victims ‘got what they deserved,’ say some Israeli commenters
    by Philip Weiss on July 26, 2011

    Remember when they kept saying that some Palestinians cheered the 9/11 attacks? Well, JJ Goldberg has a thorough report in the Forward on nasty sentiment throughout Hebrew websites in Israel, Israelis saying Norway got what it deserved because of its pro-Palestinian positions. This is true self-isolation. Excerpt:
    And I do mean nasty: Judging by the comments sections on the main Hebrew websites, the main questions under debate seem to be whether Norwegians deserve any sympathy from Israelis given the country’s pro-Palestinian policies, whether the killer deserves any sympathy given his self-declared intention of fighting Islamic extremism and, perhaps ironically, whether calling attention to this debate is in itself an anti-Israel or anti-Semitic act.

    The debate seems to be taking place almost entirely on Hebrew websites. There’s a bit of bile popping up on the English-language Jerusalem Post site as well (for example, there are a handful of choice comments of a now-they’ll-know-what-it-feels-like variety following this Post news article reporting on Israel’s official offer of sympathy and aid). In Hebrew, though, no holds are barred. I’ve translated some of the back-and-forth from the Ynet and Maariv websites below, to give you taste.

    The debate exploded aboveground on Saturday in an opinion essay at Ynet (in Hebrew only) by Ziv Lenchner, a left-leaning Tel Aviv artist and one of Ynet’s large, bipartisan stable of columnists. It’s called “Dancing the Hora on Norwegian Blood.” He argues that the comment sections on news websites are a fair barometer of public sentiment (a questionable premise) and that the overwhelming response is schadenfreude, pleasure at Norway’s pain. As I’ll show below, that judgment seems pretty accurate.

    http://mondoweiss.net/2011/07/norwegian-victims-got-what-they-deserved-say-some-israeli-commenters.html

  • Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich says:

    There is no suprise here. When presidential candidates in the US ran for office on a platform of hate, what else can be expected?
    As an example, former New York mayor and the ‘hero’ of 9/11, Rudy Giuliani, made the threat of ‘Islamic terrorism’ the centerpiece of his campaign. He brought two neocons on board with him as advisors; Daniel Pipes and Peter King, senior Republican Congressman on the House Homeland Security Committee who is of the opinion that there are “too many mosques in this country”. Podhoretz also joined Giuliani (later he joined McCain), as did John Deady who resigned after it came out that he said the following of Giuliani: “He’s got, I believe, the knowledge and the judgment to attack one of the most difficult problems in current history and that is the rise of the Muslims. Make no mistake about it, this hasn’t happened for a thousand years, these people are very dedicated and they’re also very, very smart in their own way. We need to keep the feet to the fire and keep pressing these people until we defeat or chase them back to their caves or, in other words, get rid of them.” Renowned Evangelical Pat Robertson gave Giuliani his endorsement.
    Another contender, Mitt Romney, raised eyebrows when he suggested that mosques be wire-tapped.
    One should always go after the real culprits – the one who pulls the trigger is not always the one who should carry the full burden of guilt and may in fact be less guilty.

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