The Stealth Jihad

Theo Van Gogh was brutally murdered in broad daylight by an Islamic Jihadist with a message to the rest of the “infidels” who dare speak out against Islam…

Glenn knows he’s treading on dangerous territory as he asks Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy to reveal what he knows about Ground Zero Mosque pusher Imam Rauf.

“I’m gonna get hammered Frank, for probably even having you on, but I know that I will get hammered for the statement that I made that he wants to bring shariah, because he’s being marketed as a moderate.  Give me the evidence that he is not who he claims to be…”

Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy takes on Fox and others, including Obama for using fronts for the Muslim Brotherhood as “spokespersons for Muslims”.

“… its main effort is to restore the caliphate through stealthy means in the West. It is very much present here, in fact virtually any Muslim-American organization in this country of any prominence is a Muslim Brotherhood front, we know that from the Holy Land Foundation trial in Dallas, Texas. And unfortunately this network, like every others, bringing them forward as the spokesman for the Muslim-American community, they shouldn’t be any more than the President should be reaching out to them and utilizing them as his go-to people.”

(Waiting for the final segment to process… will upload when it’s ready)  Duh… these segments are longer than usual, thus condensed into three instead of four vids.

Lloyd Marcus and Glenn Beck, Rally for the Troops at Coachman Park, Clearwater, FL - 2002

While we’re waiting… read what singer/songwriter, black unhyphenated American Lloyd Marcus is saying about Glenn Beck and the upcoming Restoring Honor event this Saturday in Washington DC.

“I am a black American who wishes to thank brother Beck for honoring Dr. King in such a powerful way. Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally is linking the restoration of our great nation’s Godly principles, freedom, liberty, and culture to the black civil rights leader.

Beck’s rally is a wonderful tribute to the man I remember, when I was a little boy, as being larger than life. I was there, August 28, 1963, in Washington, D.C. with my dad — yellow school buses lined up and black people as far as I could see. I do not remember feeling hate in the air. Dr. King spoke of all Americans yielding to God, righteousness, and brotherhood. Sounds like Beck to me.”