Mobilizing for Mohammed
Before a joint session on Congress following the 9/11 attacks, the intent of Islam was made clear: “Its goal is not making money; its goal is remaking the world – and imposing its radical beliefs on people everywhere.”*
From there we have gone from pledging to not tire, falter or fail to mobilize for Mohammed.
On March 12, 2014 the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), an umbrella group of ten nefarious 501 (c)(3)s, announced its formation and its charter – to build one community for the good of all people, not in the interest of a party or group, working towards the common good “as defined by the Quran”.
Our thirteen-year quest to understand why they hate us has resulted in the coalition of the Muslim American Society (MAS), Islamic Circle of North American (ICNA), Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Mosque Cares, American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA), Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA) and American Muslim Alliance (AMA) and The Mosque Foundation (Chicago) and their open pursuit of civilization jihad on the United States.
Designated a non-profit rather than a licit political party, the United States Council of Muslim Organization’s ambitions are much more lofty than winning one mere election.
USCMO’s stratagem is twofold. First, the USCMO recruits candidates for the highest offices of government, preferably through appointment. Second, the USCMO populates civic seats ranging from school board to dog catcher.
Building off the framework of the successful pilot program Project Mobilize, the United States Council of Muslim Organizations seek to pilfer the seats of local townships, municipalities and judiciaries.
Like Project Mobilize, whose charter was to help the political campaigns of first-time candidates through training, canvassing and fundraising to reach target demographics throughout Chicago, the USCMO grooms Muslim candidates for positions of clout within Washington as well as at local levels throughout the country.
Slogans are already in place to silence dissenters. Placards of ‘Activism is not Terrorism’ and ‘Keep Hate Out of Our Communities’ have hit the streets.
To contest ‘civilization alternatives’ to Western culture and reject the supremacy of Sharia jurisprudence over the Constitution one risks being called an Islamophobe. Standing resolute in our founding one risks being called racist.
We have been warned not to be ‘deceived by their pretenses to piety.’
Cloaked as noble community activists, the co-conspirators of savagery have declared jihad on America; in doing so from the podium of the National Press Club, they have claimed the country as their own.
The United States Council of Muslim Organizations have set themselves up as the arbiters of right and wrong; giving priority to the collective American Muslim community over single institutions, groups, or personalities.
To combat the USCMO and civilization jihad we must stand our ground civically. We must fill the school board vacancies and not surrender the library board to those bent on propagating ‘revealed morality’ to the nation’s youth.
What may seem like inconsequential races in our neighborhoods are of the upmost importance to the United States Council of Muslim Organizations. It is time to win the battle of Bedford Falls.
* President George W. Bush’s speech to the joint session of Congress following 9/11 (as cited by American Rhetoric, 2014)