Friday, March 24, 2017

The Deepest State

How deep is the deepest state in the U.S. government? Under previous administrations what has the deepest state done to our national security? And are there global warming operatives in the U.S. government?

The Deepest State

“That the existential realm of man could be taken over by pseudorealities whose fictitious nature threatens to become indiscernible is truly a depressing thought. And yet, the Platonic nightmare, I hold, possesses an alarming contemporary relevance. For the general public is reduced to a state where people are not only unable to find out about the truth but also become unable even to search for the truth because they are satisfied with deception and trickery that have determined their convictions, satisfied with a fictitious reality created by design through the abuse of language.” (Joseph Pieper, Abuse of Language—Abuse of Power, 1974)
Case in point: Post 9/11 an additional 145 Americans have been killed in 50 separate acts of deadly Islamic terror or Islam-related honor killing in the United States. There have been no attacks from global warming. Yet, in a recent poll more people were more afraid of global warming than Isis.
Trump’s goal is to defeat Isis but what may be harder to defeat is the deep state and specifically the Muslim Brotherhood holdouts within it. Is there a deep state, you may ask. “Newt Gingrich described it as “a permanent state of massive bureaucracies that do whatever they want and set up deliberate leaks to attack the president. This is what the deep state does: They create a lie, spread a lie, fail to check the lie and then deny that they were behind the lie.
Diana West described it as: America’s “Unelected, Unaccountable Soviet-Style Nomenklatura.”  Lofgren uses the term to mean a “hybrid association of key elements of government and parts of top-level finance and industry that is effectively able to govern the United States with only limited reference to the consent of the governed as normally expressed through elections.” (Lofgren, Mike, The Deep State, New York: Penguin, 2016, p. 5)
The deepest state is comprised of Muslim Brotherhood members or fellow travelers within the U.S. government. For example, recently General Mattis wanted to appoint Anne Patterson as Assistant Deputy of Defense. It turns out that Patterson was lobbying for Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood when she was a member of the Obama administration and was seen as too accommodating to them. Posters of her were seen all over Cairo.

President Trump’s proposed temporary ban on certain countries

President Trump’s proposed temporary ban on certain countries was again repudiated by a leftist judge whose arguments were scanty.
Another case: Hesham Islam who was instrumental in getting Stephen Coughlin, the leading expert on Islamic Doctrinal drivers of Jihad within the U.S. Government, and likely in the U.S., came into conflict with a Pentagon “key aide” named Hesham Islam who advised Coughlin to soften his views, and called him a “Christian zealot or extremist ‘with a pen.’” Not only was Coughlin purged but policies of the Obama Administration purged critical information necessary for FBI counterterrrorism training, effectively blinding our nation’s national security, defense and intelligence agencies to the threat of Islamic terrorism. Eventually Islam also left the Pentagon. Both Islam and Patterson were members of the deep state.
How did the Obama administration neuter our counterterrorism training? By outsourcing our information requirements to actors in other countries! Can you repeat that? In 2011 Obama appointees were involved in “purging law enforcement training materials that addressed the role of Islam and jihad in the counterterrorism effort.” There’s more. In 2014, an appointee argued that outsourcing our information requirements to other countries “was necessary because it violates the First Amendment for American analysts to analyze and counter ISIS based on the Islamic doctrines that unquestionably animate that group, al-Queda, and the Muslim Brotherhood.” This pseudo interpretation of the First Amendment has wreaked incalculable damage.
Why worry? The Muslim Brotherhood, which never renounced violence, has telegraphed their intentions without encryption: Jihad and Sharia. They make no secret of it:
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“Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest aspiration.”—Motto of the Muslim Brotherhood
How do we know? From a 2004 document discovered in Maryland, known as the1991 Explanatory Memorandum: On the General Strategic Goal. This details the brotherhood’s strategy of penetration of Western organizations for the ultimate goal of establishing a global Islamic state (their words).  And there is this found in the same memorandum about the Muslim Brotherhood’s goals: “their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within…”
The existential reality is that Shariah law is the enemy of the U.S. constitution. This is the war that Trump and the U.S. are in. That is not a radical statement and neither do Muslims consider Shariah law radical as a U. of Toronto professor recently affirmed.  The goal of the Muslim Brotherhood is “the implementation of Islamic law—Shariah—as the governing law of the land,,,,This is true not only for jihadi groups like al-Qaeda, but also for dawah organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood…” (Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad by Stephen Coughlin. Washington, D.C.: Center for Security Policy Press, 2015, p.26.)
Shariah comes to the U.S., not only in the black and white Explanatory Memorandum but in the form of opposition to temporary bans on immigrants from certain countries and the growth of sanctuary cities. The plaintiff behind the Trump travel ban runs a Muslim Brotherhood mosque.

Imam Ismail Elshikh, a native of Egypt, leads a Muslim Brotherhood-tied mosque in Honolulu, Hawaii, and claims he is suffering ‘irreparable harm’ by President Trump’s temporary travel ban.
The movements against the travel ban, the growth of sanctuary cities, such as Prospect Park, N.J., and the use of religious visas follow the settlement phase described in the 1991 Memorandum.
These examples: interpreting the First Amendment to require outsourcing of material for national security to foreign countries; or arguing against a ban on immigration because it theoretically discriminates against Muslims; or former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s statement that the Justice Department was prepared to take “aggressive action” against people employing anti-Muslim rhetoric that “edges towards violence” (effectively limiting First Amendment rights) raise a critical question.  Are these examples, in fact, already evidence that Shariah trumps the constitution? Coughlin argues that with outsourcing, the duty to protect and defend in the Constitution- is, in fact, made subordinate to Shariah law.
How deep is the deepest state in the U.S. government? Under previous administrations what has the deepest state done to our national security? And are there global warming operatives in the U.S. government?

Mary A. Nicholas -- Bio and Archives | Click to view 3 CommentsMary A. Nicholas has a degree in medicine and a degree in theology from the John Paul II Institute and has written for American Thinker and Homilectic and Pastoral Review.

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