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Donald Trump Declines to Endorse Paris Climate Agreement
Despite heavy lobbying from G7 leaders, President Donald Trump declined to endorse the Paris Climate Agreement in a joint pledge of support for one of former President Barack Obama’s signature achievements in office.

Glad to finally see a real man, real leader at the G7 who will not cave to groupthink, or Merkel, like all the rest present. If he changes his mind and caves to Merkel then he rejects his base, and that will backfire on him. He can not "evolve" on this issue. He knows it is wrong!
Donald Trump Declines to Endorse Paris Climate Agreement
Despite heavy lobbying from G7 leaders, President Donald Trump declined to endorse the Paris Climate Agreement in a joint pledge of support for one of former President Barack Obama’s signature achievements in office.
Newsweek, 12/24/2004
Swiss investigators discover a 14-page document from December 1982 entitled
“The Project.”

•Instituting alliances with Western “progressive” organizations that share similar goals;
•Creating autonomous “security forces” to protect Muslims in the West; 
•Inflaming violence and keeping Muslims living in the West “in a jihad frame of mind”;
France: Bother of Tariq Ramadan (Hani) expelled for posing serious threat to public order……
By KGSaccess_
time 2 weeks ago

France expels controversial Swiss Islamist preacher Hani Ramadan

PARIS (AFP) – France on Saturday (April 8) expelled controversial Swiss Islamist preacher Hani Ramadan who posed “a serious threat to public order”, the interior ministry said.

Ramadan, whose brother is the intellectual Tariq Ramadan and whose grandfather founded Egypt’s radical Muslim Brotherhood, was arrested in Colmar, eastern France, while attending a conference.

He was “known in the past to have adopted behaviour and made remarks which pose a serious threat on French soil,” the ministry said in a statement.

PARIS (AFP) - France on Saturday (April 8) expelled controversial Swiss Islamist preacher Hani Ramadan who posed "a serious threat to public order", the interior ministry said.

Ramadan, whose brother is the intellectual Tariq Ramadan and whose grandfather founded Egypt's radical Muslim Brotherhood, was arrested in Colmar, eastern France, while attending a conference.

He was "known in the past to have adopted behaviour and made remarks which pose a serious threat on French soil," the ministry said in a statement.

In 2002 Hani Ramadan was sacked from his teaching post in Switzerland after writing an article in French newspaper Le Monde in support of the stoning of adulterers and suggesting that Aids was a divine punishment.

Six years later he won 345,000 Swiss francs (S$480,177) compensation over the sacking.

Ramadan's brother Tariq is banned from entering the United States.
The Muslim Brotherhood "Project"
By: Patrick Poole | Thursday, May 11, 2006

One might be led to think that if international law enforcement authorities and Western intelligence agencies had discovered a twenty-year old document revealing a top-secret plan developed by the oldest Islamist organization with one of the most extensive terror networks in the world to launch a program of “cultural invasion” and eventual conquest of the West that virtually mirrors the tactics used by Islamists for more than two decades, that such news would scream from headlines published on the front pages and above the fold of the New York Times, Washington Post, London Times, Le Monde, Bild, and La Repubblica. 

If that’s what you might think, you would be wrong.

In fact, such a document was recovered in a raid by Swiss authorities in November 2001, two months after the horror of 9/11. Since that time information about this document, known in counterterrorism circles as “The Project”, and discussion regarding its content has been limited to the top-secret world of Western intelligence communities. Only through the work of an intrepid Swiss journalist, Sylvain Besson of Le Temps, and his book published in October 2005 in France, La conquête de l'Occident: Le projet secret des Islamistes (The Conquest of the West: The Islamists' Secret Project), has information regarding The Project finally been made public. One Western official cited by Besson has described The Project as “a totalitarian ideology of infiltration which represents, in the end, the greatest danger for European societies.”

Now FrontPage readers will be the first to be able to read the complete English translation of The Project.

What Western intelligence authorities know about The Project begins with the raid of a luxurious villa in Campione, Switzerland on November 7, 2001. The target of the raid was Youssef Nada, director of the Al-Taqwa Bank of Lugano, who has had active association with the Muslim Brotherhood for more than 50 years and who admitted to being one of the organization’s international leaders. The Muslim Brotherhood, regarded as the oldest and one of the most important Islamist movements in the world, was founded by Hasan al-Banna in 1928 and dedicated to the credo, “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.”

The raid was conducted by Swiss law enforcement at the request of the White House in the initial crackdown on terrorist finances in the immediate aftermath of 9/11
. US and Swiss investigators had been looking at Al-Taqwa’s involvement in money laundering and funding a wide range of Islamic terrorist groups, including Al-Qaeda, HAMAS (the Palestinian affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood), the Algerian GIA, and the Tunisian Ennahdah.

Included in the documents seized during the raid of Nada’s Swiss villa was a 14-page plan written in Arabic and dated December 1, 1982, which outlines a 12-point strategy to “establish an Islamic government on earth” – identified as The Project. According to testimony given to Swiss authorities by Nada, the unsigned document was prepared by “Islamic researchers” associated with the Muslim Brotherhood.

The following tactics and techniques are among the many recommendations made in The Project:

•Networking and coordinating actions between likeminded Islamist organizations; 
•Avoiding open alliances with known terrorist organizations and individuals to maintain the appearance of “moderation”; 
•Infiltrating and taking over existing Muslim organizations to realign them towards the Muslim Brotherhood’s collective goals; 
•Using deception to mask the intended goals of Islamist actions, as long as it doesn’t conflict with shari’a law; 
•Avoiding social conflicts with Westerners locally, nationally or globally, that might damage the long-term ability to expand the Islamist powerbase in the West or provoke a lash back against Muslims; 
•Establishing financial networks to fund the work of conversion of the West, including the support of full-time administrators and workers; 
•Conducting surveillance, obtaining data, and establishing collection and data storage capabilities; 
•Putting into place a watchdog system for monitoring Western media to warn Muslims of “international plots fomented against them”; 
•Cultivating an Islamist intellectual community, including the establishment of think-tanks and advocacy groups, and publishing “academic” studies, to legitimize Islamist positions and to chronicle the history of Islamist movements; 
•Developing a comprehensive 100-year plan to advance Islamist ideology throughout the world; 
•Balancing international objectives with local flexibility; 
•Building extensive social networks of schools, hospitals and charitable organizations dedicated to Islamist ideals so that contact with the movement for Muslims in the West is constant; 
•Involving ideologically committed Muslims in democratically-elected institutions on all levels in the West, including government, NGOs, private organizations and labor unions; 
•Instrumentally using existing Western institutions until they can be converted and put into service of Islam; 
•Drafting Islamic constitutions, laws and policies for eventual implementation; 
•Avoiding conflict within the Islamist movements on all levels, including the development of processes for conflict resolution; 
•Instituting alliances with Western “progressive” organizations that share similar goals; 
•Creating autonomous “security forces” to protect Muslims in the West; 
•Inflaming violence and keeping Muslims living in the West “in a jihad frame of mind”; 
•Supporting jihad movements across the Muslim world through preaching, propaganda, personnel, funding, and technical and operational support; 
•Making the Palestinian cause a global wedge issue for Muslims; 
•Adopting the total liberation of Palestine from Israel and the creation of an Islamic state as a keystone in the plan for global Islamic domination; 
•Instigating a constant campaign to incite hatred by Muslims against Jews and rejecting any discussions of conciliation or coexistence with them; 
•Actively creating jihad terror cells within Palestine; 
•Linking the terrorist activities in Palestine with the global terror movement; 
•Collecting sufficient funds to indefinitely perpetuate and support jihad around the world;

In reading The Project, it should be kept in mind that it was drafted in 1982 when current tensions and terrorist activities in the Middle East were still very nascent. In many respects, The Project is extremely prescient for outlining the bulk of Islamist action, whether by “moderate” Islamist organizations or outright terror groups, over the past two decades.

To read the English translation of The Project, click here

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The Al Taqwa Bank (occasionally Bank al Taqwa or simply Al Taqwa[1]) is a financial institution incorporated in 1988. It is based out of The Bahamas, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. Al Taqwa Bank was accused by the United States of having links to Islamist terror organizations, and that it was a major source of funds for the operations of Osama bin Laden and his associates.[2] On August 2, 2010, the bank was removed from a list of entities and individuals associated with Al Qaeda that is maintained by the UN Security Council.[3][4]
Youssef Moustafa Nada (born 17 May 1931, in Egypt) is a noted businessman and Muslim Brotherhood financial strategist. Nada is most famous for raising successful European human rights legal cases to defend himself against accusations of terrorism by the United States. The U.S. accusations, made directly after the 9/11 attacks, resulted in his placement on the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267 terror blacklist.

In 2001, Nada, former chairman of al Taqwa Bank, was placed on the UN terror list by the US Treasury Department. Nada was alleged to have financed activities of al Qaeda, charges Nada vehemently denied.[1] The U.S. accusation was made applicable under the UN terror-listing program and affected his life in Switzerland, notably his assets, reputation, honor, and ability to move freely. In 2006, he sued the Swiss government for restitution of financial losses due to the Swiss investigation.[2]

By 2009, both the Swiss and Italian investigations of Nada were dropped as no evidence was found to support the U.S. accusations. Both Switzerland and Italy petitioned the UN Terrorism Committee to remove Nada's name from the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267 blacklist, at the objection of the United States. The U.S. finally acquiesced to his removal on 24 September 2009, but retained Nada on the domestic U.S. Treasury list under Executive Order 13224.

The United States refuses to disclose evidence of Nada's guilt, claiming that the evidence is classified.[4]

Between 2007–2009, Nada's ordeal was the focal point of a Council of Europe Parliamentary human rights investigation of the UN terror-blacklisting procedures, and the UN Terrorism Committee in general.[5]

In 2008, Nada raised a case against Switzerland at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

On 12 September 2012, the European Court of Human Rights ruled in favor of Nada,[4] citing that Nada's human rights had been violated,[6][7] in the context of the European Convention on Human Rights. In this ruling the government of Switzerland was ordered to pay Nada 30,000 Euros in damages, for their treatment of him as a person placed — with no evidence of guilt — on the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267 terror blacklist by the United States.

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December 1982: Muslim Brotherhood Project to Infiltrate and Defeat the West

Youssef Nada.
Youssef Nada. [Source: Zuma Press/ NewsCom]
In November 2001, Swiss investigators will search the home of Youssef Nada, the leader of Al Taqwa Bank, a Swiss bank that had just been shut down by the US and the UN for alleged ties to al-Qaeda, Hamas, and other radical militant groups (see November 7, 2001). Nada and other Al Taqwa directors are prominent members of the Muslim Brotherhood. Newsweek will say, “The Brotherhood, founded in Egypt in 1928 as a religious and quasi-political counterweight to the corrupt and increasingly decadent royalist and colonial governments dominating the Islamic world, always has had two faces: one a peaceful public, proselytizing and social-welfare oriented wing; the other a clandestine, paramilitary wing.… Intelligence and law-enforcement officials say that while some branches and elements of the Brotherhood, such as the offshoots now operating in Egypt and Syria, have pledged to work for their goal of a worldwide Islamic caliphate using peaceful means and electoral politics, the Brotherhood has also spun off many—if not most—of the more violent local and international groups devoted to the cause of Islamic holy war.” Such offshoots will include al-Qaeda and Hamas. [Newsweek, 12/24/2004] Swiss investigators discover a 14-page document from December 1982 entitled “The Project.” Nada claims not to know who wrote the document or how he came to have it, and he says he disagrees with most of the contents. The document details a strategic plan whose ultimate goal is “the establishment of the reign of God over the entire world.” The document begins, “This report presents a global vision of an international strategy of Islamic policy.” It recommends to “study of the centers of power locally and worldwide, and the possibilities of placing them under influence,” to contact and support new holy war movements anywhere in the world, to support holy war in Palestine, and “nurtur[e] the sentiment of rancor with regard to Jews.” Swiss investigators who analyze the document will later write that the strategy aims to achieve “a growing influence over the Muslim world. It is pointed out that the [Muslim Brotherhood] doesn’t have to act in the name of the Brotherhood, but can infiltrate existing entities. They can thus avoid being located and neutralized.” The document also advocates creating a network of religious, educational, and charitable institutions in Europe and the US to increase influence there. [Unknown, 12/1982;
President Eisenhower meets with Islamic scholars, including Said Ramadan, 23 September 1953

Said Ramadan

Said Ramadan (Arabic: سعيد رمضان‎; born April 12, 1926 in Shibin Al Kawm, Al Minufiyah, died August 4, 1995 in Geneva) was an Egyptian religious scholar and activist, and a major figure in the Muslim Brotherhood. He was the son-in-law of Hassan al-Banna, the Muslim Brotherhood's founder. After being expelled from Egypt by Gamal Abdul Nasser for his activities, Said Ramadan moved to Saudi Arabia where he was one of the original members of the constituent council of the Muslim World League, a charity and missionary group.[1]

He then moved to Geneva, Switzerland, before finishing a dissertation at the University of Cologne in 1959.

In 1961 he founded the Islamic Center in Geneva, a combination mosque, think tank, and community center. His son Hani Ramadan now runs that center.

Another son, Tariq Ramadan is prominent in international Islamic affairs and academics.

Said Ramadan's US connections included Muslim leader Malcolm X.
Islamic Center of Geneva

The Centre Islamique de Genève (Islamic Center of Geneva) is also known as "the Little Mosque" of Geneva.

It is the oldest Islamic center in Europe, founded by the Egyptian Said Ramadan in 1965.

The Center occupies a small whitewashed house with green shutters, close to Lake Geneva in the Les Eaux-Vives neighborhood. The largest room on the lower level of the house has been converted into a mosque.
Muslims at Saudi funded Geneva Islamic Center run by banned prof Tariq Ramadan's family plotted to down El Al plane
Al Qaeda cell members arrested throughout Switzerland : Islamic Center director Hani Ramadan PR:"We have nothing to hide"
 May 21, 2006

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Was Malcolm X a political Islamist?
In late October [1964] he is in Nigeria and arrives in Ghana on the 2nd November before moving onto Geneva on the 16th November, he takes in Liberia, Guinea and Dakar, Senegal. While in Geneva he met the exiled Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood operator, Said Ramadan for an evening. The Brotherhood had been proscribed and some members imprisoned in Egypt after their failed assassination attempt on President Gamal Abd al-Nasser. He arrives back in New York on the 24th November after spending a week in Paris.

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Malcolm X killer freed after 44 years
By Wayne Drash, CNN
April 28, 2010 9:02 a.m. EDT
The ballroom where he was killed has now been converted into The Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center. Board Chairman Zead Ramadan said the center doesn't have a position on Hagan's release.

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The Strange Career of Ahmad Kamal and How He Helped the CIA Invite Radical Islam into Europe
October 1, 2012 · Posted in Commentary 

Said Ramadan, Muslim Brotherhood representative in Munich who got the mosque project off the ground
Off Topic / Faux Controversies / Whining Threads / Re: When did the NWO begin?
« Last post by regmeok on May 27, 2017, 10:59:18 AM »
When did the NWO begin?

define 'NWO' ;)
Off Topic / Faux Controversies / Whining Threads / Re: Was Hitler a good guy?
« Last post by regmeok on May 27, 2017, 10:55:17 AM »
cons - allied with muslims :)
It's a religion of bloody pieces
Indonesia Probes 'ISIS-Linked' Suicide Attack On Police
Three policemen were killed, while six other officers and five civilians were injured in an assault that left body parts and shattered glass strewn across the road in a suicide bombing near the Jakarta Bus Station which was claimed by ISIS.
World | Agence France-Presse | Updated: May 25, 2017 17:44 IST

Jakarta, Indonesia:  Indonesia's elite anti-terror squad was Thursday investigating a suicide bombing near a Jakarta bus station that killed three policemen in an assault authorities believe is linked to the ISIS.

President Joko Widodo appealed for calm after two suicide attackers unleashed carnage outside the busy terminal late Wednesday, sending huge clouds of black smoke into the sky and panicked people fleeing.


Police said they believed there was a link between the attackers and the ISIS, without giving further details. Hundreds of Indonesians have flocked abroad to fight with the jihadists and ISIS-supporting militants have been behind a series of recent plots and attacks in the archipelago.

The bus station bombing was the deadliest attack in Indonesia since January 2016, when a suicide blast and gun assault claimed by ISIS in downtown Jakarta left four attackers and four civilians dead.

Police believe they were specifically targeted in the bombing as they prepared to provide security for a parade near the Kampung Melayu terminal, which is an area frequented by locals but not foreigners.

Security forces have been the main target in recent years of Indonesian militants, who have largely turned their attention away from Westerners.

Indonesia has long struggled with Islamic militancy and has suffered a series of attacks in the past 15 years, including the 2002 Bali bombings that killed 202 people, mostly foreign tourists.

A sustained crackdown weakened the most dangerous networks but the emergence of ISIS has proved a potent new rallying cry for radicals.

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Further attacks in Indonesia feared after Jakarta bombing, ISIS-linked insurgency in Philippines
Published May 26, 2017, 11:01 am SGT

JAKARTA (Jakarta Post/Asia News Network) - Analysts say more attacks in Indonesia could be in the works in the wake of deadly twin bombings in East Jakarta which police have linked to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group.

The bombings at the busy Kampung Melayu bus terminal on Wednesday (May 24) evening killed three police officers and injured 11. The two suicide bombers also died instantly.

It happened only four days after President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo touted Indonesia's deradicalisation efforts during the Riyadh Summit, which was attended by world Islamic leaders and United States President Donald Trump.
murdering for prophet ...
ISIS calls for ‘all-out war’ to mark the start of Ramadan by attacking ‘innocents and civilians in their homes, markets and roads’ after Manchester bombing

The twisted terror group said the killing of 'infidels' in the West was 'beloved and effective'
By Laura Burnip
26th May 2017, 1:53 pm
Updated: 27th May 2017, 2:27 pm

It said: “Muslim brothers in Europe who can’t reach the Islamic State lands, attack them in their homes, their markets, their roads and their forums.”

Millions of Muslims worldwide are preparing for Ramadan, a holy month of fasting and religious devotion.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack by Salman Abedi at the Manchester Arena on Monday.

Abedi blew himself up and security services have since been probing a potential terror network, with at least eight people in custody after raids across Manchester and the Midlands.

Sources suspect a car mechanic and infamous ISIS explosives expert may have trained Abedi to build a bomb.

At least 16 jihadists hail from a three-mile radius around the district where Abedi grew up — in Chorlton, Fallowfield, Didsbury and Moss Side.

British security services are said to fear another attack from Abedi's terror network as much as a copycat attack triggered by Monday's arena onslaught.

This really shows how low this forum has gone.

If you're into Hitler and the riech and forcing a new age religion on others and sending your children to certain death and war and into sacrifice, PM me. I'll send you to the forums you should be posting in and this one AIN'T ONE OF THEM!

I am not surprised because this forum has forgotten everything it once knew about Blavatsky, Dietrick Eckahat, New Age,  and the Occult Mystery Babylon Religion

For those that have eyes to see, :

The Alt-Right has adopted the meme KEK.
Eugenics/War on Family / Re: THE WAR ON WHITES
« Last post by Jackson Holly on May 27, 2017, 08:47:41 AM »
... these EXTREME LEFT colleges need
to be taken down a peg ... OUTRAGEOUS!

‘Abolition Of Whiteness’ Course
Fulfills Political Science Requirement

Students at a public university in New York will have the chance to take a class called the “Abolition of Whiteness” in the fall, all while knocking out a political science requirement.

Jennifer Gaboury, a women and gender studies professor, teaches “Abolition of Whiteness” at Hunter College. “‘POLSC 20474-01: Abolition of Whiteness'” can be taken as either a women and gender studies course, or as a class for the political science department, for which it fulfills a requirement for the ‘4 subfields of political science,'” according to Campus Reform.

The class’s listing on the school’s course catalog provides only a vague description of its content, but a flyer displaying a fall 2016 offering of the course claims it examines “how whiteness – and/or white supremacy and violence – is intertwined with conceptions of gender, race, sexuality, class, body ability, nationality, and age.”
... out in the THIRD-WORLD FIRST capitol of the world:

Sanctuary NYC Released Nearly 180
Criminal Illegal Aliens in 2017

JOHN BINDER - 25 May 2017

Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images

The sanctuary city of New York released almost 180 criminal illegal aliens onto the streets in the first four months of 2017, despite pleas by immigration officials to hold the suspected criminals in custody.

In a revealing report by the New York Post, 179 illegal aliens who were arrested by the New York City Police Department (NYPD) for various crimes were then released back onto the streets, as the City continues enforcing the sanctuary city policies of Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Of those 179 illegal aliens accused of crimes, the NYPD did not comply with any Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers. ICE detainers request local and state law enforcement agencies to hold an illegal alien suspect of a crime until they can be properly transferred to federal authorities.

The NYPD does not comply with any ICE detainers, no matter how
heinous the crime is that the illegal alien is accused of.

“We have complied with zero federal detainer requests this year,’’ NYPD Police Commissioner James O’Neill said in a budget hearing. “We strongly feel that it is not the role of a municipal police force to enforce federal immigration laws.”

“To turn our NYPD officers into de facto U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents is to undo much of the highly commendable work we have achieved over the years,” O’Neill continued.

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