Is the West Trying to Lose the War on Terror?

Is the West Trying to Lose the War on Terror?

After all the ballyhoo in the press, you could be forgiven if you believe the biggest threat to America is Russia. But if you do believe that, you are wrong. Are we really serious about fighting terror? We were all shocked when a suicide bomber killed 22 people—mostly young girls—in Manchester, UK on May 22nd. We were again shocked at the vehicular/stabbing attack in London on June 3rd, in which 7 died and dozens were injured—many seriously. But the British government shouldn’t have been surprised at all. To anyone who can perceive the obvious, terrorism is almost exclusively the purview of Muslims. And the UK has been importing a substantial number of Muslims for decades. The Daily Mail reported on January 30, 2016, that the Muslim population in England and Wales was 950,000 in 1991, 1.9% of the population. [Figures from the UK’s Office of National Statistics (ONS)] Ten years later, the next census revealed the total was 1,546,626—3% of the whole—a 58% increase. In 2011, said the Daily Mail, “the Muslim population of England and Wales was 2,706,066—representing 4.8 percent of the overall number. As the ONS noted, this represented a 75 per cent jump in the space of a decade.” On January 2, 2017, Gatestone Institute reported: “The Muslim population of Britain surpassed 3.5 million in 2016 to become around 5.5% of the overall population of 64 million, according to figures extrapolated from a recent study on the growth of the Muslim population in Europe.” The Global Jihad Movement is not just a few Muslims The truth is, there is a global jihad movement to replace all governments with...
WHAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA NEED TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT TERRORISM

WHAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA NEED TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT TERRORISM

What Britain needs is a populist revolution that forces their political leaders to face the reality of the root cause of Islamic Terrorism. The root cause is not a fringe extremist element of Islam that has corrupted the teachings of the Koran. The fact is that those who wage Jihad are the ones following the dictates of the Koran, the Hadith, and the Jima. And while most Muslims do not participate in terrorism, they in, in fact, believe it to be a just and proper cause. They provide the moral and physical support that allows the Jihadists to operate within the Islamic community and succeed in their terrorist acts. Please watch this excellent summation of the Islamic problem the entire western world faces. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmWJMuC_Jx8 The truth is that Islam is, in fact, nothing more than a Judeo-Christian heresy. All our ancient church fathers spoke openly against heresies that could contaminate the truth. We cannot afford to neglect this high calling from God. True Truth must be defended by those who claim to be leaders in Christianity, and this cannot be done without boldly speaking against the promoters of violence and usurpers of the One True God’s message of peace. The problem we face today is no different than the problem our early church father’s faced in teaching against the pagan religion of the Roman Empire. The religions of the Serpent must be unmasked, and the truth must be proclaimed. Their wicked ideology must be made naked before the watching world. Over 272 million human beings have been killed by Jihad since the time of Muhammad. Ravi Zacharias, a prominent evangelical leader, born in India,...
Bathroom Bill Could End Dallas’ Bid to Host Draft

Bathroom Bill Could End Dallas’ Bid to Host Draft

by CNN Cowboys’ 2018 NFL Draft Bid Reportedly Could Be Impacted by Texas Bathroom Bill ADAM WELLS LM Otero/Associated Press A July meeting of Texas legislators to discuss a bill that prevents protection for transgender students from using the bathroom of the gender with which they identify could have an impact on the Dallas Cowboys‘ hopes to host the 2018 NFL draft. Per David Moore of the Dallas Morning News, if House Bill 2899 passes, the Cowboys could miss out on hosting next year’s draft. Related: a-friday-with-phil-mickelson-at-the-fedex-st-jude-classic “The timing of the NFL’s decision isn’t tied to the Texas legislative schedule, which begins its special session July 18,” Moore wrote. “The league has awarded the draft in August, September and October the last three years. But the timetable works to the league’s advantage by letting the issue play out without inserting itself into what has become a contentious public debate.” Related: cavs-kyrie-irving-built-for-moments-like-finals-game-4-performance As Moore noted, the Cowboys have already made a pitch to host the draft in April. Per the Daily Beast’s Samantha Allen, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called for the state’s legislature to reconvene for a special session with the hope of passing the controversial bill. “The law to which Abbott was referring, HB 2899, would bar school districts and municipalities from implementing restroom protections for transgender students,” Allen wrote. “If passed, it would land at a time when federal court victories have been stacking up for transgender students who have been denied restroom rights.” North Carolina passed a similar bill in March 2016 that nullified certain protections for transgender people. In response to the bill, the NBA moved the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte, North Carolina, to...
Melania Trump Is Moving To The White House

Melania Trump Is Moving To The White House

by CNN Melania Trump moves in By Kate Bennett Inside Melania Trump’s.. (CNN)The White House East Wing has thus far been functioning with a first lady in absentia — but soon, that will change. Melania Trump — who has performed duties as she can, when she can, during her brief visits to Washington over the past five months — has been far from a regular presence at the White House. The most consecutive days the public has seen the first lady were in May abroad, when she accompanied President Donald Trump on his first international trip. What we learned about Melania Trump from her first international trip Related: bring-butterflies-and-hummingbirds-home-with-a-single-plant Her choice to remain in the couple’s New York City penthouse until their son, Barron, 11, finishes the school year, while unprecedented, but certainly is her prerogative as a parent as disruptions are impactful for children. But, the time has come. Melania Trump is finally moving in to the White House, possibly as soon as next week. “The plan (to move) is for June, as it has always been, but there is no set date,” her director of communications, Stephanie Grisham, told CNN. Related: ptsd-what-it-is-and-how-to-spot-it Melania Trump’s role on first foreign trip How it works In February, Trump announced she had selected an interior designer, Tham Kannalikham, to decorate the family’s private living quarters in the White House — more than a dozen rooms — a job that presumably is now complete. Kannalikham did not return a request for comment. “The first family’s move-in must be flawlessly executed,” said Rear Admiral Stephen Rochon, who served as director of the executive residence and chief usher...
Parents of Girl Found Dead in Garage Charged in Illinois

Parents of Girl Found Dead in Garage Charged in Illinois

by Fox News Parents of girl found dead in garage charged in Illinois Jason Quate appears in court Friday, June 9, 2017, in Las Vegas.  (AP) LAS VEGAS –  The parents of a 6-year-old girl whose body was found in a vacant garage of an abandoned St. Louis-area home were charged Friday in Illinois with concealing a homicidal death. Jason Quate, 34, and his wife were charged in the death of their daughter, Alysha, by St. Clair County state’s attorney Brendan Kelly. The child’s body was found Tuesday morning after a woman in Las Vegas called police and said her daughter’s body was in a garage behind a vacant home in Centreville, Illinois. Police believe the child was killed in 2013 in nearby Belleville, Illinois. An autopsy performed Friday was unable to determine the cause of death. The charge of concealing a homicide is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. Bail for each was set at $750,000. Related: adam-west-dead-at-88   The charges came on the same day Jason Quate was told he’ll remain jailed without bail in Las Vegas, where he is accused of forcing his wife into prostitution and abusing their two other daughters. Quate stood in shackles and answered “Yes, sir,” when a local judge asked if he understood he was charged with felony sex trafficking and living from the earnings of a prostitute. Quate wasn’t asked to enter a plea, but his court-appointed attorney, Katrina Ross, said outside court that he will plead not guilty. Ross declined to comment about evidence in the case. Related: marches-against-islamic-law-to-be-held-in-many-us-cities The judge said Quate’s lawyer can...