Missionary, Political & Violent Activism: Pieces of Same Puzzle

Islamic Caliphate
Last week, Canada suffered two terrorist attacks (in 48 hours); Jerusalem suffered yet another one resulting in the death of a 3-month old baby; the Negev suffered another one; the White House saw yet another security breach and New York was stage for an axe terrorist act.  There are no coincidences. These attacks were coordinated.
The US has warned about Jihadist attacks against western targets - Australia, the UK and France raised their level of alert and took preventive measures; but, in spite of it all, terror proceeds. Are politicians doing enough to protect us?

Raising alert levels, increasing security checks, giving more power to the secrets services etc is important but not enough. Unless politicians admit that Islamism is presently a problem and that all Islamist groups follow a plan; no military action, no counter-terrorist measure, will  be able to fully stop the haemorrhage. Now, we must be able to call things by their proper names and face the truth head on.

Islamist Activism
Every single individual engaged in Missionary, Political, Violent Activism is, in fact, a different piece from the same puzzle, working towards the same goal: the establishment of the Global Caliphate.

Missionary Activism:  grassroots campaigning at individual level to create societal change. This sort of activism is undertaken by individuals who may not want to engage in violence but do wish to contribute to the cause. In this category fall the social media activists & trolls (who more often than not practise racism, anti-Semitism, incitement to hatred and violence); individual recruiters (using friendship as bait); members of charity institutions and foundations; community leaders in Islamic cultural centres; Imams in Mosques and other community organisers.
Political Activism: working within the system to influence & create change. This sort of activism is carried out by individuals who may have engaged in violent activism in the past, or by missionary activists. In this category fall the leaders of Hybrid Terrorist Organisations; representatives of Political Islam; Pro-Palestinian Protesters; elements of the BDS Movement; and members of NGOs & Lobby Groups with ties to Islamist causes.
Violent Activism: carried out by local actors [targeting near enemy: government], regional actors [seeking to retain land they believe they have lost] and global actors [targeting far enemy]). A few examples:
- Local actors: al-Nusra wanting to depose Bashar al-Assad and IS wanting to depose both the Iraqi and Syrian governments in order to cement the Islamic State in Muslim Land.
- Regional actors: Hamas and Fatah plus their proxy terrorist groups seeking to kill every Jew in Israel so that the Islamic State can also cover the whole territory of Historical Palestine.
- Global actors: Al-Qaeda, Khorasan - in addition to other affiliates - seeking revenge against the World for the Ummah's woes; and to finally establish the Global Caliphate under Shari'a Law - perceived to be the best system for mankind.

Collaborators 
Besides heeding Islamic cells, security agencies must also pay attention to western collaborators who offer a support network to terrorist groups.
For instance, George Galloway, a British MP, is clearly a collaborator so what is the UK waiting for to prosecute him and others like him? It was a first step to have closed his charity (Viva Palestina) since "In March 2009, Galloway made a point of defiantly holding up a bag of cash before handing it to a Hamas minister despite the UK's designation of Hamas as a terrorist group. Prominent Viva Palestina leaders have openly advocated for the destruction of Israel" (Read); but what about Oxfam and other organisations that are profoundly linked to Islamic charities that fund Islamic Terror worldwide?
PM Tony Blair tried to, follow Germany's example and, ban Hizb-ut-Tahrir (a trans-national political party, founded in Jerusalem in 1953, whose ideology is Islam and aims to restore "the Caliphate and the ruling by Allah" in Hizb-ut-Tahrir al Islami, Transnational Terrorism, Security & Rule of Law 2007 report) but apparently the "Organisation of Chief Police Officers, Intelligence Chiefs and civil liberties groups reacted by stating that Hizb-ut-Tahrir is a non-violent group which is not involved in terrorism and is not tied to Al-Qaeda" (idem) - obviously the objectors ignored the power of Islamist Missionary and Political Activism and its role in advancing terrorism.
PM Cameron's government expressed the intention of curbing (not banning) Muslim Brotherhood activities, but that organisation is only a tip of the iceberg; therefore, it is vital to go after every single Islamic Institution liable for hate speech (oral and/or written) plus terror funding.

Politics: not an excuse for inaction
Politicians, concerned with votes from the ever increasing Muslim electorate, should have a conversation with Muslim leaders and communities to explain why certain operations must be undertaken: it is not an attack against Islam (although Islam needs to be confronted) but a war against Islamist ambitions and terror.
The Muslim citizens that rise against taking measures should be investigated for collaborating with the enemy; for the patriotic Muslim should support such actions as they ensure the security and freedom of himself and his family.

Half actions for political convenience & correctness are detrimental to the national security of our countries.

Comments

  1. No, Politicians are busy protecting so called secularism, vote banks and being politically correct. If they were not, the emphasis will be on integration and not on multiculturalism.

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    1. Hi Rummy :D!

      So true. I agree: integration is far more positive than multiculturalism (which I consider some sort of Babel Tower, and we all know how well that worked).

      My friend, thank you so much for your comment :D. Loved it.

      Cheers

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  2. What we have the most is western collaborators and we should look into Brookings institute too. They are cozy with Qatar a terror sponsor state, truth told Qatar is practically their sole foreign contributor, so we have to assume they help Qatar tap into our governments, our foreign and security policies and what's worst, they help Qatar shape our politics! Terrorists are shaping our politics and then we say we're fighting terrorism? What a joke!

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    1. Hi Anon :D!

      You brought an interesting topic to the table. Indeed, every single organisation should be investigated for collaboration (not only the Islamic ones); especially those who trade and receive donations from terror sponsor-states.

      Anon, thank you so much for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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  3. Galloway is that bloke who said Birmingham was Judenfrei? Funny how he always visits Notting Hill, a place now filled with Islamic centres recently raided by the coppers. Anyhow, I'd support any action to go after these criminals, these traitors, these terrorists cause we're bloody tired of them, aren't we? Bombing them in the bloody Middle East just won't do, will it? We have to clean house first. Nice place in here.

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    1. Hi Phill :D!

      Welcome.
      Yes, it's him. I agree: time to clean the house first.

      Phill, thank you so much for your comment :D. I hope to see more of you in the future.

      Cheers

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  4. This reminds me that Muslim Imams have a tight reign put on what they can preach in Muslim countries. At least this is the case in the authoritarian Muslim countries. It is to make sure that the Jihad rhetoric is in conformance with the government's policies (i.e. directed at someone other than the government).

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    1. Hi Looney :D!

      Those governments often support Jihad against everybody except themselves as it has become a business too.
      Thank you so much for your comment, my friend :D.

      Cheers

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  5. Politicians are always finding excuses not to do the right thing! How do you explain CAIR in America, and everybody knows CAIR = Hamas that America blacklisted as a terrorist group and yet they raise funds, they get weapons, they wreak havoc in American campuses, they organize violent protests and trolls on the internet? How do you explain Hizb ut tahrir in Europe and beyond inciting to violence and anti-Semitism freely, except in Germany? Politicians are corrupted and in the pockets of sheikh A B C and D.

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    1. Hi Ana :D!

      CAIR is a problem but maybe they have been under the radar and yielding a lot of information for intel agencies.
      Hizb-ut-Tahrir is more slippery, but eventually they will be caught and banned too.
      We should know the names of those politicians, now that would be a great piece of investigative journalism.

      Ana, thank you so much for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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  6. I reached this sad conclusion a long time ago: they are all the same thing! But it's important to discuss it cause many people are blind to these facts. I agree with your thought of the week, we don't know what president Dilma thinks or believes in cause everything is Lula this Lula that, Lula below Lula above, give me a break! For someone who advocates feminism and female independence she's the least feminist and independent female politician of them all!

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    1. Hi Celeste :D!

      Indeed.
      So true.

      My darling, thank you so much for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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  7. The establishment’s greatest concern is not al Qaeda, ISIS, Iran, China or Russia; rather, it is deemed to be American citizens who might rise up and attempt to overthrow an increasingly totalitarian government.
    Political Activist

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    1. Hi Helena :D!

      Welcome.

      Totalitarian government in the US? Far from it.
      The establishment should be highly concerned with AQ, IS, Iran and others as these are a huge threat; not only to America but to the whole world.

      Helena, thank you for your comment :D. Hope to see more of you here.

      Cheers

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  8. My first book, “The Patriot Betrayal” is now out on Amazon.com. In “The Patriot Betrayal,” readers learn the real reason behind government spying on American citizens. ..
    Humanitarian causes

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  9. Alighieri said there are nine levels of hell with the lowest level reserved for those who turn against their country and countrymen. So, why not start with the man who even the devil .
    Humanitarian causes

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  10. If you look at the track record of our presidents, legislators, and military leaders, you will find a complete lack of success, events usually unfolding in the exact opposite direction from their grandiose plans...
    Social causes

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  11. Why would American imprison, hold indefinitely and torture prisoners? Sound insane. Oh But it’s not. It is a very thought out, methodical plan...
    Political advocacy

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    1. Helena, in America restricting a sex predator's access to victims is called "torture". We have the most prisoner friendly penal system in the history of civilization. Because Americans have no concept of what torture is, we have imagined it to be any form of unwanted discomfort.

      But if you want to complain about the "indefinite" part, I will join you: Between corrupt lawyers and unionized prison staff, a serial rapist/murderer can cost the tax payers 10's of millions of dollars and will live in comfort the rest of his life in a prison. Would you like to save the taxpayer and take him home with you?

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  12. OBAMA CARE: A BAND-AID ON A FESTERING SORE No health care system in the world can afford to care for a population where 80% of the people are overweight and 50% are obese.
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  13. Rarely have I known a country making a greater effort to destroy itself than America. While running a 16 trillion dollar deficit, losing manufacturing to a dozen foreign countries, running a huge trade deficit,
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    1. So, what's your point exactly, what's your agenda, Helena? Speak clearly, otherwise your future comments will be deleted.

      Cheers

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