Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Holder To Ban Religion In Terror Probes

Boy, isn't this a relief....for all of the hundreds and hundreds of Christian, Buddhist and Hindu terrorists in America who have been plotting attacks on army bases, recruiting centers and world trade buildings here, you don't have to worry about your religious background being used as part of the investigation of the terror plot....thanks to Attorney General Eric Holder.  I would have listed "Muslim" above as well but of course that would have meant some scrutiny upon me by the Justice Department and hell, we all know that Muslims don't spread terror based on their religion.  Right?

The story comes from Family Security Matters.



Holder To Ban Religion In Terror Probes


According to NBC News, the Justice Department will soon prohibit religious profiling in terror cases. The move, if true, would completely blind federal law enforcement to the threat from Islamic extremism.

Already, the department has forced the FBI to bleach references to "Islam" and "jihad" from its counterterrorism training materials. It's also made it harder for agents to infiltrate radical mosques.

But Attorney General Eric Holder reportedly now wants to make it illegal for agents to even consider religion in their investigations.

Democrats on the Hill are cheering the changes, along with the ACLU and radical Muslim Brotherhood front groups, who have all lobbied the administration for them. The Council on American-Islamic Relations, which has seen several of its officials jailed on terror-related charges, calls it "a step in the right direction."

Appearing before the Democrat-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee in 2012, CAIR demanded the administration remove religion as a factor in terrorism investigations, even though just four years earlier Justice had named CAIR an unindicted terrorist co-conspirator.

The Islamic Society of North America, another designated co-conspirator, hailed the move as a civil-rights victory worthy of praise from "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr."

The timing couldn't be worse. Experts say that if anything, the U.S. should be expanding its terrorist profile to include radical Muslim women along with men. Russian intelligence warns female suicide bombers are threatening next month's Winter Olympics.

The FBI missed the Boston Marathon bombings because it failed to focus on radicalized local Muslims. The only way law enforcement can effectively head off future attacks — including possibly the upcoming Super Bowl in New Jersey — is by gathering predictive intelligence in the Muslim community — namely, inside mosques.

However, the attorney general is threatening to cut off these investigative avenues for the FBI, as well as for border agents charged with protecting the nation from Islamic extremists at airports and land crossings.

After 9/11, the Bush administration allowed agents to profile at U.S. borders and in cases related to national security and terrorism. "Federal law enforcement must use every legitimate tool to prevent future attacks," states the Justice Department's "Guidance Regarding the Use of Race by Federal Law Enforcement Agencies."

These guidelines, in force since 2003, have been effective in disrupting some 42 attacks by Muslim terrorists against the homeland since 2001. Now they will be amended to appease radical Muslim groups like CAIR.

After last year's horrific attack on a Kenyan shopping mall, in which Muslim terrorists shot people for failing to answer questions about Islam correctly, CAIR showed its typical callous indifference.

6 comments:

The Duhnmharu said...

Holder.... has he gone mad, or is he trying to insure the complete infiltration and destruction of America by Muslims and the followers of Mo. Is this his own idea or did he get marching orders from the the Liar in chief. Either way, Holders best before date is finished you can stick a fork in him. Someone throw this piece of shit out of office, then charge his ass for all teh shit he has done.

Anonymous said...

@The Duhnmharu. May I pose a question to you regarding your support of the state of Israel.

I am going on assumptions here and correct me if I am wrong. But you are a non-Jewish American, right?

So where does this Israel-Philia stem from? It seems to be more than just an alliance of convenience for you personally.

So what drives your support for Israel? Is it political? Religious?

I'm very curious to find out.

Lt.Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman

The Duhnmharu said...

Well colonel You see my papy served in Ww2 and he walked into one of those camps where the jews were being slaughtered He told us kids about it. caused him many sleepless nights. Then I read teh Brits killed quite a few Jews while they were on a civilian ship trying to get to what was palestine. You see Britain did nothing as well as America during the war. Then five arab armies tried to wipe them out to no avail. Israel is not perfect but to those who value democracy they are a beacon of loight in teh Mi9ddle east which is a very treacherous play ground. Iran wants ISrael wiped out, so does Hiozbullah, hamas Islamic Jihad Fatah PLO etc etc . Funny none of these clowns do anything for their own people but want to kills Jews. They are dumb fucks because if in the end it ever looks ISrael is gonna get its ass whooped by teh arabs and terror groups, she will take them all down with her with teh Samson option Never again means just that. As the world stood by and watched 6 million human beings die and lifted not a finger. My drive for ISrael is neither political or religio0us it is what is right vs what is wrong no more no less I detest politics, and more people each year are killed because of "Gott Mitt Uns" than for any other reason. Just ask Christian Copts in Egypts, Christians in Kenya, Nigeria, Ehtiopia . All because of religion.

I think that letting teh religious leader fight and die is much better than letting the people die for them. But the religious leaders dont think its a good idea.

Until teh Arabs smarten up and rid themselves of their 7th century mindset, there will be no peace in teh Middle east. Time for Islam to be brought into teh 20th century and out from teh dark ages. When they learn to love their children more than they do killing Jews, there will be peace. Try explaining that to Al quaeda, Basher Assad, the mad mullahs of Tehran who I might add are playing Obama like a fine fiddle. In teh end, Israel stands alone. Has no allies that can be counted on including teh USA . She will defend herself against all those who wish to destroy rather than build, and I for one would support that defense. Its simple Be strong for those who are weak, firm against those who would bully. Arabs have not learned to let go to their first nakba from 1928 when the Ottomans refused to allow teh indigs (syrians) to return to greater Syria.

If the Palis as an exmaple spent their money on building infrastructure, schools, hospitals decent living spaces insteada of buying pipe for rocket bodies, concrete for bunkers and skimming money from the Eu and US aid, their people would be living in a standard others would envy. Seems their leaders dont want the people to grow. War and drumbeats of war is what keeps them in power.

Anonymous said...

Interesting. But a lot of different ethnicities and nationalities were killed in those camps. The Russians lost over 20 million people.

Why not have any fervent sympathy for the other nationalities that were slaughtered by the SS?

It seems the media attention for the 6 million or so killed is a bit one sided. There doesn't seem to be a Schindler's List or a Pianist for any of the other peoples killed during the Nazi reign.

Surely the Roma and the other "untermenschen" have their own tales to tell. But there's seemingly a media monopoly. Focusing only on the plight of one people.

Israel would live in a lot more peace if it didn't interfere in the internal matters of other nations.

Chief among their hypocrisy is their nuclear one. Not even a signatory of the NPT, and it has the audacity to tell us what to do in our own country.

If there is anything that brings down governments and even nations, it is blinding arrogance.

Once we do go nuclear, I hope Israel simply looks towards the problems within its own borders. And not rattle its saber like some mad man.

Lt. Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman

Holger Awakens said...

"Reza" - you know by now, as you've seen with your 127 aliases you use at this blog that I do not stand for your anti-Israel fucking bullshit.

This isn't an AP newsite, this is the opinion of yours truly and if you are going to come here and insult and degrade G_d's chosen people, diminish the victims of the Holocaust or any thing close to that then you will never have another post stick at this site.

If you want to argue the merits of Israel, go ahead...some where else. If you want people to agree with your bias against Jews then head on over to Stormfront and beat yourself silly.

This blog has rules and before you ask why...BECAUSE I CAN. IT'S MY HOUSE.

p.s. the only reason i leave your shit up half the time is because some of my regular posters like to bat your skinhead ass around.

:Holger Danske

Anonymous said...

Skinhead? Now that is disturbing. Racism is an infantile mentality. Most Jews would look like me, and vice-versa.

If you think my criticism of Israel lies on some perceived racial or ethnic supremacism then I'm afraid you may have misconstrued my critique.

I'm a statist, otherwise known as a sovereignist. To be rather frank, what Israel does within its own borders does not affect me personally in a negative way.

If you think I have solidarity with Palestinians then you're mistaken yet again. Maybe once upon a time when their cause was a nationalist hued one. Now they are Sunni supremacists that despise my nation and I simply for being Shia. Whatever "alliance" my country has with them, is purely one of convenience.

As for insulting or degrading, I didn't know criticism could be labeled as such.

127? It's interesting you should post that random number. I was 127th in my class at the academy.

Coincidence? Or Allah's will? We might just find out someday.

Since you're the owner and operator of this blog, allow me the opportunity to pose the same question to you that I asked earlier of another user.

This of course is going on assumptions and correct me if I am wrong.

As a non-Jewish American where does your support for the state of Israel stem from?

What are the political, social and religious(if any) reasons for your vocal support of Israel?

I eagerly anticipate your reply.

Lt. Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman