Monday, February 14, 2011

AMERICA BEING INVADED BY ISLAMISTS AND YOU BEST BELIEVE IT!

Shock Charge: CPAC ‘Compromised by Muslim Brotherhood Activists

Posted on February 13, 2011
Pamela Geller, the most vocal of the activists opposed to the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque” to be built two blocks from the former site of the World Trade Center, said Friday that the Conservative Political Action Conference she was speaking at had itself been “corrupted” and “compromised by Muslim Brotherhood activists.”
Speaking at a non-official CPAC event on Friday afternoon, Geller said that many members of the board of the American Conservative Union had to go because they were allowing the event to be infiltrated by Muslim Brotherhood activists.
“If you look at the agenda of CPAC, look at all of the panels and then look at your daily news headlines, they’re either clueless or complicit,” Geller said. “And I’m telling you that before you throw the baby out with the bathwater. There are 12,000 people that come to this event that don‘t know they’ve been completely sold out by CPAC leadership. We have to take CPAC back, you can’t create this again.”
(h/t Gawker)
 

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/shock-charge-cpac-compromised-by-mu...

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Saturday, February 12, 2011

"Pamela Geller Versus CPAC"

The notorious left wing blogs heads are exploding over my remarks at our CPAC event on the corruption of CPAC leadership. Justin Elliot over at The War Room at Salon turned on his camera after my Ground Zero mosque event. In the accompanying article, Elliot writes, "At Geller's insistence, one of the 9/11 family members who she brought to the event stood by her during the interview." Justin, in accordance with left wing "journalism" standards, is being patently dishonest. I was just emerging from an emotionally draining two hours with many 911 family members, and Rosaleen Tallon was with me. When Elliot wanted to do his guerrilla interview, I agreed, and said he ought to interview Rosaleen about why she came to CPAC. He sneered ......
Contemptible.


Pamela Geller versus CPAC Justin Elliot, salon
The notorious blogger brings her anti-Park51 campaign to CPAC, even as she denounces the conference for Muslim ties
Late yesterday, blogger Pamela Geller, originator of the Park51/"ground zero mosque" controversy, held an unofficial panel at CPAC to preview her new movie, "The Ground Zero Mosque: The Second Wave of the 911 Attacks."
There have been tensions between Geller and the leadership of CPAC, particularly American Conservative Union board member Grover Norquist, the anti-tax activist. Norquist has been a target of Geller and her cohort for years because of his friendly ties to Muslim leaders. In my interview with Geller (watch below), she accuses Norquist of actually being a Muslim Brotherhood stooge.
In any case, Geller was still able to get access to a conference room at the hotel during CPAC, though it was not sanctioned by conference organizers and did not appear on the official schedule. Her event, which featured several 9/11 family members who are fiercely opposed to Park51, drew a couple hundred people; there were few empty seats. Each family member told their Sept. 11 story and then denounced the plans to build the Islamic center near ground zero. One woman said, "This is like spitting on the grave of my son." Another: "If we have to stand there and protect that building physically -- with Pam Geller first -- we will."
The American Muslims behind the mosque were routinely referred to as "terrorists" and Geller seemed to speak for most of the crowd when she said, "What is a moderate Muslim? A secular Muslim." The tone and popularity of the event contrasted with the argument by Suhail Khan, the Muslim Republican leader I interviewed Thursday, that the conservative movement is a welcoming, inclusive place.
I spoke to Geller after the event about the alleged radical infiltration of CPAC, the events in Egypt (she has been notably supportive of Hosni Mubarak in the past), and 2012 (she likes John Bolton). At Geller's insistence, one of the 9/11 family members who she brought to the event stood by her during the interview.
Justin is being patently dishonest. I suggested he interview her about why she came to CPAC. Perhaps Justin Elliot hasn't read all of my pieces on the issue of Grover Norquist and Suhail Khan. David Horowitz gives  a crash course, Justin, in his remarks at CPAC, earlier today: (David Horowitz video posted HERE - Please Listen)
UPDATE: Leftwing Politico has this:
Freshman Rep. Allen West also drew thunderous applause in his keynote speech about the threat to America posed by Islam and other security threats. And as Republican candidates define their national security stands in the 2012 elections, conservative discomfort with Islam in America will be a feature of the debate.
“We are also faced at home and abroad with a mortal threat in political Islam,” conservative activist David Horowitz said in his address to the conference. “Political Islam is a totalitarian movement that seeks to impose Islamic law on the entire world through the seizure of states by stealth and electoral means where possible and by terror where necessary and sometimes by a combination of the two. There are hundreds of millions of believers in political Islam.”
CPAC organizers attempted to address this dual dynamic by holding an official panel on the threat of sharia law, with several other affiliated, but unofficial events on inclusion, religious liberty and the so-called ground zero mosque controversy, featuring the controversial blogger Pam Geller and Jihad Watch’s Robert Spencer.
“Sometimes when you hear snide comments about Jews in the ’50s or Muslims today — we’ve been through this. The Republican party chased away the Catholic vote for over a hundred years,” said Grover Norquist, an ACU board member and a tax activist who has tried to bring Muslim voters in to the GOP for more than a decade. “You chase away people politically. The thing about the political effects of bigotry — it can last generations. It’s tough to fix.”
“The answer is some people are and some people aren’t,” Norquist later told POLITICO about whether Republicans were making an effort to court Muslim voters. “Certainly, Chris Christie in New Jersey is. George W. Bush was.”
Bush’s outreach to the Muslim community netted him the single largest share of the Muslim vote in 2000, but nearly all Muslim voters drifted back toward Obama in 2008. Relations between the GOP and the Muslim community reached an all-time low when many prominent members of the GOP took public stands against the building of a mosque in Lower Manhattan.
The tensions broke most clearly to the surface in a small panel on religious freedom sponsored by the group Muslims for America and moderated by the American Conservative Union’s only Muslim board member. The discussion was interrupted several times by attendees questioning the moderator, Suhail Khan, about radical ties and sympathies.
Khan faced repeated and hostile questions about his ties and his parents ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, as a handful attendees with video cameras and recording devices crowded the rear of the room to pressed him on the terror issues.
“These are smear tactics that have circulated against me for the last 10 years,” said Khan, responding to audience questions by a participant about alleged ties to radical organizations — ties that Khan has ferociously denied, pointing to his service in the Bush administration and his security background vetting by the Department of Justice and the Secret Service for those sensitive political positions.
“My record is clear,” said Khan to the audience. “Pam Geller, Robert Spencer — they’re not part of the conservative movement. Everywhere they turn, the conservative movement is turning their back on them.” (Read the rest)
No, just the Muslim Brotherhood faction and the RINOs. I like that.
http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/02/pamela-gell...
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Blistering Attacks Trigger CPAC‘s ’Muslim Brotherhood’ Meltdown


PJM:
Suhail Khan is a member of the American Conservative Union’s board of directors. ACU hosts and operates the Conservative Political Action Committee’s annual conference, and during this week’s CPAC conference in Washington, Khan has come under fire for alleged links to the Muslim Brotherhood. During a panel on conservative inclusion at CPAC on Saturday, Khan flatly declared that there is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.

(h/t WeaselZippers)
Slate:
There were two ideological flash points for pre-CPAC boycotts, protests, and vitriol. One, very well covered, was the anger that social conservatives — including ACU board member Cleta Mitchell — harbored about the inclusion of the gay Republican group GOProud. One, less well-covered, came from “anti-Jihadist” activists who consider ATR President Grover Norquist and ACU board member Suhail Khan supplicants of the Muslim threat to America.
The anti-jihadists did not boycott the event. Pamela Gellar and Robert Spencer held two crowded screenings of their film “The Ground Zero Mosque: Second Wave of the 9/11 Attacks,” not sponsored by CPAC, but across from the main ballroom. David Horowitz, the leftist-turned-conservative muckraker, got the speaking slot right after Haley Barbour. He used most of his time to blister Khan and Norquist, accusing them of working on the behalf of terrorists, in line with the plans of the Muslim Brotherhood.
“Suhail Khan used his offices in the Bush administration,” said Horowitz, “with Grover’s support, to carry water for the terrorist Sami al Arian.”
Khan told Slate:
“These are old, tired, baseless attacks that have been debunked by reputable sources,” said Khan. “This is baseless, and they’re coming from people who are becoming more and more marginalized.”
On Horowitz in particular: “I’m not surprised. This is a former communist who’s still using Saul Alinsky tactics. A few years ago, I was supposed to be part of al Qaeda. Now it’s the Muslim Brotherhood. It‘s whatever’s in the news.”
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/cpac-controversy-acu-official-says-...


Please see David Horowitzs' speech at CPAC HERE


This discussion is about The Muslim Brotherhood and not Ron Paul. If you are on this discussion campaigning for Ron Paul, we will remove your posts with no warning.Stick to the topic at hand!
Posted on February 13, 2011 at 10:55pm by Scott Baker Scott Baker
TPM:
Pamela Geller, the most vocal of the activists opposed to the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque” to be built two blocks from the former site of the World Trade Center, said Friday that the Conservative Political Action Conference she was speaking at had itself been “corrupted” and “compromised by Muslim Brotherhood activists.”
Speaking at a non-official CPAC event on Friday afternoon, Geller said that many members of the board of the American Conservative Union had to go because they were allowing the event to be infiltrated by Muslim Brotherhood activists.
“If you look at the agenda of CPAC, look at all of the panels and then look at your daily news headlines, they’re either clueless or complicit,” Geller said. “And I’m telling you that before you throw the baby out with the bathwater. There are 12,000 people that come to this event that don‘t know they’ve been completely sold out by CPAC leadership. We have to take CPAC back, you can’t create this again.”
(h/t Gawker)
 

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/shock-charge-cpac-compromised-by-mu...

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Saturday, February 12, 2011

"Pamela Geller Versus CPAC"

The notorious left wing blogs heads are exploding over my remarks at our CPAC event on the corruption of CPAC leadership. Justin Elliot over at The War Room at Salon turned on his camera after my Ground Zero mosque event. In the accompanying article, Elliot writes, "At Geller's insistence, one of the 9/11 family members who she brought to the event stood by her during the interview." Justin, in accordance with left wing "journalism" standards, is being patently dishonest. I was just emerging from an emotionally draining two hours with many 911 family members, and Rosaleen Tallon was with me. When Elliot wanted to do his guerrilla interview, I agreed, and said he ought to interview Rosaleen about why she came to CPAC. He sneered ......
Contemptible.


Pamela Geller versus CPAC Justin Elliot, salon
The notorious blogger brings her anti-Park51 campaign to CPAC, even as she denounces the conference for Muslim ties
Late yesterday, blogger Pamela Geller, originator of the Park51/"ground zero mosque" controversy, held an unofficial panel at CPAC to preview her new movie, "The Ground Zero Mosque: The Second Wave of the 911 Attacks."
There have been tensions between Geller and the leadership of CPAC, particularly American Conservative Union board member Grover Norquist, the anti-tax activist. Norquist has been a target of Geller and her cohort for years because of his friendly ties to Muslim leaders. In my interview with Geller (watch below), she accuses Norquist of actually being a Muslim Brotherhood stooge.
In any case, Geller was still able to get access to a conference room at the hotel during CPAC, though it was not sanctioned by conference organizers and did not appear on the official schedule. Her event, which featured several 9/11 family members who are fiercely opposed to Park51, drew a couple hundred people; there were few empty seats. Each family member told their Sept. 11 story and then denounced the plans to build the Islamic center near ground zero. One woman said, "This is like spitting on the grave of my son." Another: "If we have to stand there and protect that building physically -- with Pam Geller first -- we will."
The American Muslims behind the mosque were routinely referred to as "terrorists" and Geller seemed to speak for most of the crowd when she said, "What is a moderate Muslim? A secular Muslim." The tone and popularity of the event contrasted with the argument by Suhail Khan, the Muslim Republican leader I interviewed Thursday, that the conservative movement is a welcoming, inclusive place.
I spoke to Geller after the event about the alleged radical infiltration of CPAC, the events in Egypt (she has been notably supportive of Hosni Mubarak in the past), and 2012 (she likes John Bolton). At Geller's insistence, one of the 9/11 family members who she brought to the event stood by her during the interview.
Justin is being patently dishonest. I suggested he interview her about why she came to CPAC. Perhaps Justin Elliot hasn't read all of my pieces on the issue of Grover Norquist and Suhail Khan. David Horowitz gives  a crash course, Justin, in his remarks at CPAC, earlier today: (David Horowitz video posted HERE - Please Listen)
UPDATE: Leftwing Politico has this:
Freshman Rep. Allen West also drew thunderous applause in his keynote speech about the threat to America posed by Islam and other security threats. And as Republican candidates define their national security stands in the 2012 elections, conservative discomfort with Islam in America will be a feature of the debate.
“We are also faced at home and abroad with a mortal threat in political Islam,” conservative activist David Horowitz said in his address to the conference. “Political Islam is a totalitarian movement that seeks to impose Islamic law on the entire world through the seizure of states by stealth and electoral means where possible and by terror where necessary and sometimes by a combination of the two. There are hundreds of millions of believers in political Islam.”
CPAC organizers attempted to address this dual dynamic by holding an official panel on the threat of sharia law, with several other affiliated, but unofficial events on inclusion, religious liberty and the so-called ground zero mosque controversy, featuring the controversial blogger Pam Geller and Jihad Watch’s Robert Spencer.
“Sometimes when you hear snide comments about Jews in the ’50s or Muslims today — we’ve been through this. The Republican party chased away the Catholic vote for over a hundred years,” said Grover Norquist, an ACU board member and a tax activist who has tried to bring Muslim voters in to the GOP for more than a decade. “You chase away people politically. The thing about the political effects of bigotry — it can last generations. It’s tough to fix.”
“The answer is some people are and some people aren’t,” Norquist later told POLITICO about whether Republicans were making an effort to court Muslim voters. “Certainly, Chris Christie in New Jersey is. George W. Bush was.”
Bush’s outreach to the Muslim community netted him the single largest share of the Muslim vote in 2000, but nearly all Muslim voters drifted back toward Obama in 2008. Relations between the GOP and the Muslim community reached an all-time low when many prominent members of the GOP took public stands against the building of a mosque in Lower Manhattan.
The tensions broke most clearly to the surface in a small panel on religious freedom sponsored by the group Muslims for America and moderated by the American Conservative Union’s only Muslim board member. The discussion was interrupted several times by attendees questioning the moderator, Suhail Khan, about radical ties and sympathies.
Khan faced repeated and hostile questions about his ties and his parents ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, as a handful attendees with video cameras and recording devices crowded the rear of the room to pressed him on the terror issues.
“These are smear tactics that have circulated against me for the last 10 years,” said Khan, responding to audience questions by a participant about alleged ties to radical organizations — ties that Khan has ferociously denied, pointing to his service in the Bush administration and his security background vetting by the Department of Justice and the Secret Service for those sensitive political positions.
“My record is clear,” said Khan to the audience. “Pam Geller, Robert Spencer — they’re not part of the conservative movement. Everywhere they turn, the conservative movement is turning their back on them.” (Read the rest)
No, just the Muslim Brotherhood faction and the RINOs. I like that.
http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/02/pamela-gell...
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Blistering Attacks Trigger CPAC‘s ’Muslim Brotherhood’ Meltdown


PJM:
Suhail Khan is a member of the American Conservative Union’s board of directors. ACU hosts and operates the Conservative Political Action Committee’s annual conference, and during this week’s CPAC conference in Washington, Khan has come under fire for alleged links to the Muslim Brotherhood. During a panel on conservative inclusion at CPAC on Saturday, Khan flatly declared that there is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.

(h/t WeaselZippers)
Slate:
There were two ideological flash points for pre-CPAC boycotts, protests, and vitriol. One, very well covered, was the anger that social conservatives — including ACU board member Cleta Mitchell — harbored about the inclusion of the gay Republican group GOProud. One, less well-covered, came from “anti-Jihadist” activists who consider ATR President Grover Norquist and ACU board member Suhail Khan supplicants of the Muslim threat to America.
The anti-jihadists did not boycott the event. Pamela Gellar and Robert Spencer held two crowded screenings of their film “The Ground Zero Mosque: Second Wave of the 9/11 Attacks,” not sponsored by CPAC, but across from the main ballroom. David Horowitz, the leftist-turned-conservative muckraker, got the speaking slot right after Haley Barbour. He used most of his time to blister Khan and Norquist, accusing them of working on the behalf of terrorists, in line with the plans of the Muslim Brotherhood.
“Suhail Khan used his offices in the Bush administration,” said Horowitz, “with Grover’s support, to carry water for the terrorist Sami al Arian.”
Khan told Slate:
“These are old, tired, baseless attacks that have been debunked by reputable sources,” said Khan. “This is baseless, and they’re coming from people who are becoming more and more marginalized.”
On Horowitz in particular: “I’m not surprised. This is a former communist who’s still using Saul Alinsky tactics. A few years ago, I was supposed to be part of al Qaeda. Now it’s the Muslim Brotherhood. It‘s whatever’s in the news.”
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/cpac-controversy-acu-official-says-...


Please see David Horowitzs' speech at CPAC HERE


This discussion is about The Muslim Brotherhood and not Ron Paul. If you are on this discussion campaigning for Ron Paul, we will remove your posts with no warning.Stick to the topic at hand!

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