Supporting Muslim Extremists is US Policy

The U.S. supports Islamic extremists. At least, what other conclusion is there to gather, given the regular, sustained and premeditated actions that our current administration is undertaking right before the world’s eyes in support of our Islamic terrorist enemies. What is even worse is the fact that our Congress and political leaders do not seem to care; we may hear a few words here and there, maybe outrage expressed in Congressional committee hearings on occasion, but no one is really trying to do something about it.

The Obama administration will not admit that radical Islam is responsible for killing 150 (last count) Christians in Kenya recently. They refused to do so when the Islamic radical psychopaths slaughtered the editorial staff of Charlie Hebdo for “offending Islam.” The Obama crew refuses to even mention the word “Christian.” Islamic terrorists are murdering Christians by the thousands throughout the Middle East, burning churches and enslaving Christian women and children.

Secretary John Kerry meets with Buhari
Secretary John Kerry meets with Buhari

The administration fears this might imply that Muslims were targeting Christians. Just because the terrorists in Kenya separated the Muslim students from the Christians, and then only killed the Christians, must be just a coincidence! The media are doing their best to assist. They, who are for the most part hard-core radical left progressives, remind me of self flagellating monks in the Middle Ages. The ones who wore hair shirts and beat themselves with whips until they bled to atone for some perceived sin.

The mainstream media believes America’s sin is our constitution and daring to be a Christian nation. The media believes it is their responsibility to help America atone; they seem to absolutely thrive on supporting our enemies. The more America is bashed, the more the media thinks they are doing their job.

Make no mistake; this is not just a coincidence. Just think for a minute about some of the things orchestrated and/or supported by Obama and his proxies:

  • Supporting the overthrow of Mubarak in Egypt, and providing money and political support for the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group (who the administration still, unabashedly, do everything they can to support).
  • Giving Iran, the leading exporter of terrorism in the world, a clear path to obtaining nuclear weapons by, among other things, dropping previous U.S. demands that Iran dismantle all centrifuges that could be used for weapons development.
  • Exchanging high-value captured terrorists for a U.S. deserter and traitor to his country.
  • Assisting the brutal Dictator Buhari in gaining election in Nigeria through the assistance of former Obama political advisor and White House confidant David Axelrod, and his political consulting firm. This is the same Buhari who very openly, and repeatedly, has called for imposing Sharia Law throughout Nigeria, and whose brutal dictatorship in Nigeria in the 1980s finally came to an end when his own military forces ousted him.
  • Refusing to admit that ISIS, Boha Haram, and other Muslim extremists are connected in any way to Islam, even though Saudi Arabia, UAE and every other Muslim country in the world have no problem addressing and admitting they are an extreme branch of Islam.

Foreign policy is not the only tool the administration uses to support Islamic extremists. The executive order on immigration reform is another way to allow extremists to thrive. Not only do we allow anyone who crosses our borders illegally to remain in the U.S, but we also are now doing everything in our power to help them stay.

Conspiracy theory usually brings to mind crackpot ramblings of aliens, swamp monsters and other fringe beliefs. The evidence is usually circumstantial at best. That is not the case here. We as a nation need to wake up and do something about it.

Disclaimer: The content in this article is the opinion of the writer and does not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of US Patriot Tactical.

Bill Gaskill

Mr. Gaskill has over 20 years of extensive international experience with the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, U.S. Department of State, followed by 10+ years in the corporate sector.During his career at State, he developed and led comprehensive security programs in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Latin America.He was Chief of Security at five U.S. Embassies:Tel Aviv, Athens, Lima, Nicosia and Lome.He has worked in more than 144 countries and has an extensive network of global contacts.His areas of professional expertise include risk assessments, physical security, access control, guard force operations and management, counter terrorism, investigations, foreign security liaison, personal protection and Emergency Plans and Preparations.

As Vice President of a Security Fusion Center, Bill has provided risk management advice and direction to major Fortune 100 defense industry, ultra high net worth and other clients.

As Global Director for Security, Alem International, Bill planned and directed all facets of the security and risk mitigation strategies for the 2004 Olympic Torch Relay that took place in over 34 countries.

Bill was commissioned as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Officer in the US Army immediately after college.

Mr. Gaskill has a Bachelor of Science degree in Ancient History with a math minor from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.He has a current Top Secret/SCI clearance.He has professional fluency ratings in Spanish, Greek, Hebrew and French, and has a working knowledge of Russian.
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  1. For all your experience, you appear to do very little research or exercise much logic on anything you write about.

    Insisting on not associating terrorist attacks with Islam may seem like intentionally avoiding the nature of the issue, but doing so protects Muslims within the US. It is no secret that xenophobic attacks against Muslims increase after every terrorist attack. If our leaders make a habit on demonizing an entire religion, they might as well declare open season on American Muslims. Conservatives everywhere may rejoice at anti-Muslim rhetoric, but it does Muslims no favors.

    “The mainstream media believes America’s sin is our constitution and daring to be a Christian nation.”

    I’ll touch on this briefly by pointing out that the Treaty of Tripoli establishes that “the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.” Also, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution are both curiously devoid of any Christian endorsements.

    Moving on:

    “Supporting the overthrow of Mubarak in Egypt, and providing money and political support for the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group (who the administration still, unabashedly, do everything they can to support).”

    I must have missed the breaking news stories about how the US intervened recently to prevent the current Egyptian government from sentencing numerous Muslim Brotherhood members to death. That must also explain why the US absolutely did not recently restore military aid to Egypt (we totally did).

    “Giving Iran, the leading exporter of terrorism in the world, a clear path to obtaining nuclear weapons by, among other things, dropping previous U.S. demands that Iran dismantle all centrifuges that could be used for weapons development.”

    Except that those demands were not dropped, and in fact, the Iranian delegation agreed to disable the configuration of the centrifuge cascades used to enrich uranium, as well as halt or limit its current rate of enrichment, construction, and research. A minimal amount of research shows your claim to be patently false. Not to mention that even if Iran does not hold up its end of the deal, they would not be able to produce nuclear weapons fast enough to finish them before the international community intervened. At worst, we end up back where we started.

    “Exchanging high-value captured terrorists for a U.S. deserter and traitor to his country.”

    This is admittedly a matter of personal preference. However, the US has engaged in prisoner exchanges for time immemorial. In my opinion, the administration was right to bring Bowe Bergdahl back to the United States. Was five prisoners too high a price? Perhaps, but it is a far lower price than the one paid by conservative messiah Ronald Reagan during the Iran-Contra affair.

    I have no objections to your point on Buhari, and I have already addressed your obsession with the conservative narrative of insisting they be addressed as Islamic, etc.

    I have no issue with your obvious conservative slant, but I do take issue with your wanton disregard for facts.

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