One of the defining themes of Trump’s candidacy was his repudiation of the willful blindness of the Obama-Clinton administration about the nature of the Sharia-supremacist enemies we confront. Unlike Obama, Mr. Trump made a point of repeatedly calling them “radical Islamic terrorists.”
Undeterred by the international attention the missile test attracted, the very next day, Pyongyang demonstrated its reach by assassinating the estranged older half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, 46, of its dictator, Kim Jong-un.
I am astonished by comments by his recently appointed National Security Advisor (at least as reported by the February 24, 2017 New York Times) and will be listening for clarification from the President himself as to whether he has modified his oft-stated views on “radical Islam.”
Nunes called the news conference to refute a Feb. 14 report in the NYT that said: “[M]embers of Trump’s presidential campaign and other Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the election.”
In his speech before the members of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish American Organizations , Reuven Rivlin said that Israel has three overriding foreign policy concerns: “Number 1: Relations with America. Number 2: Relations with America. Number 3: Relations with America.”
This, of course, is a “fake news” report that could have easily have been broadcast by ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, the BBC, or MSNBC. They are all fake news outlets. It’s fake except for these quotations from Angela Merkel and Pope Francis.
The latest savaging ... was a “piranha blitz” on one of Trump’s aides, Deputy Assistant on Strategic Affairs, Sebastian Gorka. British born from Hungarian parents who were persecuted by the Communists, Gorka has developed an expertise on “radical Islamic terrorism” ...
Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney today responded to outrageous statements made recently by the executive director of Georgetown University’s Saudi-funded Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding...
Trump considers the “necessity to eliminate radical Islamic terrorism” a “very, very core theme,” thereby raising a “suspicion on some people’s parts that ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ is really a synonym for Islam.”
The following article is based on informed speculation. If North Korea was behind the murder in Malaysia of Kim Jung Nam and if the weapon used to kill him was the nerve agent VX then most of the reasoning and suggestions are accurate and factual, and this article should be taken seriously.
President Trump’s newly appointed NAS, Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster “told his staff that Muslims who commit terrorist acts are perverting their religion” and “that the label ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ was not helpful because terrorists are ‘un-Islamic,’” thereby rejecting the viewpoint of President Trump and many of his senior advisors.
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