About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

One Reply to “Erick Stakelbeck on Obama’s Muslim ‘entrepreneur’ outreach. Savage show.”

  1. Hmmm.

    The speaker is a bit off the mark.

    Muslim, and especially Saudi, businesses have been infiltrating the western economy for decades, ever since OPEC was founded by the Saudis in the 1960s. In the last decade, there has been an upswing of Saudi investment money buying up all types of businesses, including media outlets and key infrastructure businesses.

    Each and every Islamic centre in the US, whether its at Harvard, Yale, or any other university or college is funded by the Saudis (few are funded by the Iranians or Libyans, that would raise too many red flags) and teaches a non-critical examination of Islam which favours not only a whitewashed look at Islam’s history, but reduces all open dialogue with instructors to a minimum.

    The same goes for all Islamic schools in the west, as well. Most of them teach open subversion and the elimination of the kufar and especially Jews, from the world as part of their curriculum.

    Muslim businesses have been buying mainstream media outlets for the past decade and more, in an attempt to silence open reporting of the Muslim agenda around the world.

    Finally, the Muslim Brotherhood has been supporting the Black Muslim movement since its inception in the 1930s (if that decade is correct), only to see a surge of membership during the 1960s and 1970s when the civil rights movement was at its peak.

    Islam’s leaders have created a multi-armed force for sedition in the west, and OPEC money is 100% behind it. For each full tank of gas bought, some of that money goes toward undermining freedom and western values by totally “legal” means. There is no law against starting an Islamic school or centre, unlike laws which prevented opening Communist of Nazi centres.

    Time for the west to wake up and see what we have brought upon ourselves with our greed for foregin investment money, our too-liberal multicultural policies and lax immigration laws. Not to forget that we are pretty much dependent on Muslim oil and gas to run the economy.

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