Originally posted by Deetermined
reply to post by Eurisko2012
I dug this up just for you.
The document itself is old (1987?), but it shows intent for North America.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Strategic Plan
Here, we look at the contents of the secret Muslim Brotherhood strategic plan for North America, which the FBI uncovered in 2004. The plan explains
how the Ikhwan seeks to extend shariah into the United States and Canada.
Eliminating free speech is part of Shariah, isn't it??
edit on 14-9-2012 by Deetermined because: (no reason given)
Interesting link, Thanks. When I see something like that, I always wonder who put it out, what's their agenda, who is funding them? So I saw it was
a project of the Center For Security Policy. So I looked them up. Sites like DiscoverTheNetworks.org cite people from the Center For Security Policy
all over the place in their analysis of other groups, but don't seem to have a page analyzing Center For Security Policy. Strange, but it made me
even more curious.
So I fell back on Wikipedia. Wikipedia defines the Center For Security Policy as:
The Center for Security Policy (CSP) is a Washington, D.C. right-wing think tank that focuses on national security issues. The Center was founded
in 1988 by Frank Gaffney, Jr.. The CSP advocates neoconservative and policies based on a philosophy of "Peace through Strength," which "is not a
slogan for military might but a belief that America's national power must be preserved and properly used for it holds a unique global role in
maintaining peace and stability."
But where it really gets interesting is further down in the same Wikipedia entry where there is a list of prominent members of the Center For Security
- Jack Dyer Crouch, II, former Deputy National Security Advisor
- Monica Crowley, talk radio host
- Douglas J. Feith, former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy
- Frank Gaffney, Project for the New American Century
- Caroline Glick, American-Israeli journalist for Makor Rishon and deputy managing editor of The Jerusalem Post,
- Richard C. Hoagland, author and conspiracy theorist
- Linda Moulton Howe, contributing correspondent to Coast to Coast AM
- Laura Ingraham, talk radio host
- Richard Perle, former chairman of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee and United States Assistant Secretary of Defense
- James G. Roche, former United States Secretary of the Air Force
That's mostly a who's who list of people involved with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Project for the New American Century, and the two
Bush administrations. Those names make sense, though there are some scary tie-ins with major conspiracy theories. The CFR is of course frequently
cited as being an arm of the New World Order power grab. And the Project for the New American Century wrote the document that many believe laid out
the plans for a new Pearl Harbor (allegedly 9/11, according to some) and much of the war on terror and the various wars and military actions since
But two names on the list really stand out as out of place: Richard C. Hoagland and Linda Moulton Howe.
ATS members will probably immediately recognize these names. Richard C. Hoagland is the main name behind the Face On Mars stuff, plus allegations of
alien bases on the moon and NASA Nazi scientist occult rituals on top of the Great Pyramid at the millenium and other such. Linda Moulton Howe runs
EarthFiles.com and is a frequent guest on Coast to Coast AM about UFO stuff and other things that seem pretty unrelated to politics. She does seem to
also be into environmental stuff, so maybe that's why they want her involved.
But Richard C. Hoagland's involvement seems very strange. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy wondering about all the stuff he wonders about too and am
open-minded (but would like to see more evidence...). But it seems very strange that he's hanging out with and participating in a right-wing
neo-conservative possibly New World Order pushing think tank specializing in international security policy.
Bizarre, to say the least. My son said maybe they want him involved so someone is thinking about things that are way out there, like what if the
aliens really do invade while we're right in the middle of all these other problems.
Just thought it was really weird. Maybe space alien lizards really do run the world and manipulate things... :-)