Fighting Sharia at the Ballot Box

by 1389 on August 10, 2011

in American South, Gates of Vienna (colleagues), Islam, Muslim Brotherhood, Muslim Brotherhood moles, politics, RINOs, Shari'a

From Gates of Vienna:

This press conference announcement arrived in our mailbox a little while ago. It is a push-back against a Sharia Republican primary candidate for the Virginia State Assembly.

You’ll notice the date for the meeting is today, in Leesburg, Virginia. For any of our readers in the 87th District, please follow this carefully.

Press Conference

Government Center

1 Harrison Street S.E., Leesburg Virginia

August 10, 2011

5:30 p.m.


The background, relationships and beliefs of Imad Afif “David” Ramadan, a candidate seeking the Republican nomination for the Virginia House of Delegates seat in the new 87th district in Loudon County, have lately become a matter of increasing controversy. To explore what is known — and as yet unknown — about Mr. Ramadan’s character and caliber, a group of local and national figures will hold a press conference at the Government Center in Leesburg, Virginia at 5:30 on Wednesday, August 10.

Among those participating in the press conference will be:

  • Frank Gaffney is the President of the Center for Security Policy, a Washington Times columnist and host of the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, Secure Freedom Radio (heard locally on the Salem Radio Network’s WRC 1260 AM at 9:00 p.m.) Mr. Gaffney was the publisher and co-author of the Amazon best-seller, Sharia: The Threat to America.
  • Kent Clizbe was a covert Central Intelligence Agency officer specializing in counter-terrorism operations in Southeast Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East in the 1990s. Following the attacks on 9/11, Mr. Clizbe returned to work for the Agency as counter-terrorism operations officer, for which service he was awarded the Intelligence Community Seal Medallion, its highest decoration for contractors. He is a Muslim convert who formerly served on the Loudoun County Republican Committee. He is also the author of Willing Accomplices: How KGB Covert Influence Agents Created Political Correctness, and a recent article at BigPeace.com about his interview with, and research on, David Ramadan.
  • Kerry Patton is a former intelligence officer who has specialized on network-centric warfare and served in South America, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Europe. He is an internationally recognized expert on security, terrorism and intelligence-related issues and is a national security commentator for Fox News. Mr. Patton has advised domestic government agencies and international organizations on these issues. He is author of Sociocultural Intelligence: The New Discipline of Intelligence Studies.
  • Nagi N. Najjar is a Lebanese Orthodox Christian born in Beirut. He was an officer in the Lebanese Armed Forces specializing in intelligence. He has advised the U.S. government on issues regarding Islamic terrorism in Lebanon and the Middle East. And, since 2000, Mr. Najjar has been the Executive Director of the Government of Free Lebanon in Exile. He is also the publisher of From Israel to Damascus and Cobra.
  • James Lafferty is the founder and chairman of the Virginia Anti-Shariah Task Force and a member of the board of Stop the Islamization of America. He operates a political and public relations consulting firm with offices in Washington, DC and New York.

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Immediately following the press conference, “Friends of David Ramadan” are hosting a fundraiser headlined by former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese at Tuscarora Mill, a restaurant adjacent to the Government Center complex. Curiously, a spokesman for Mr. Meese has said he is not endorsing Mr. Ramadan. Unless and until questions are fully and accurately addressed about who Imad Afif Ramadan is, no one else should either.

For those who follow Virginia politics, this is a crucial moment in our battle against the incursions of sharia law. In fact, it is vital not just to Virginians, but to all Americans who are concerned about people like Ramadan, and even more so, the cluelessness of the Republican Party…

Mr. Ramadan is taking advantage of the redistricting chaos which always follows a Census-based district re-alignment. This process confuses most people and they resort to going online to find out what their new district may be. That is, if they even notice there will be a primary vote in their district.

Mr. Ramadan’s opponent in this Republican primary is Jo-Ann Chase. I’ve looked at a few leftist Virginia blogs and she’s being demonized as a — gasp — Tea Party “extremist”. In Leftist terms that means she supports small government and the Second Amendment. You can see her endorsements on that page, above.

Her Republican primary opponent, Mr. Ramadan, is endorsed by Senator John McCain and our Democrat Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. He also has the blessing of al-Jazeera, as you can see at this essay.

Grover Norquist endorses him, as he does any Muslim Brotherhood candidate. You can read about Grover’s sharia ties here. As that essay states (a point I have often considered myself) calling Norquist out in this political climate is much akin to what the witness/martyrs like Whittaker Chambers had to endure when the leftists and closet Communists were exposing Alger Hiss’ perfidy.

Mr. Gaffney’s courage in being willing to name Norquist and point credibly to his terrorist ties is quite remarkable, especially given Norquist’s position as the ultimate influential insider in Washington, D.C. Republican politics.

Thus, the RINOs like McCain line up when told to do so. Let’s see if Mr. Meese comes to his senses.


{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Hesperado August 10, 2011 at 11:45 am

From the “Wo, Nelly!” Department:

Among the people opposing Ramadan is, according to the above notice:

“Kent Clizbe was a covert Central Intelligence Agency officer specializing in counter-terrorism operations in Southeast Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East in the 1990s. Following the attacks on 9/11, Mr. Clizbe returned to work for the Agency as counter-terrorism operations officer, for which service he was awarded the Intelligence Community Seal Medallion, its highest decoration for contractors. He is a Muslim convert who formerly served on the Loudoun County Republican Committee. He is also the author of Willing Accomplices: How KGB Covert Influence Agents Created Political Correctness, and a recent article at BigPeace.com about his interview with, and research on, David Ramadan.”

I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again. If you see a Muslim seeming to do the right thing — such as in this case, opposing the candidacy of Ramadan — that Muslim is either one of two things:

1) a stealth jihadist (how much stealthier than to infiltrate a group opposing another Muslim?)

or

2) a seriously delusional schizophrenic.

There is no third alternative to explain “Kent” Clizbe. For, a person who profoundly admires Mohammed and the Koran (as he must, to be a Muslim convert) must either be following Mohammed (in which case, he is dangerous but pretending to be harmless); or he must be seriously delusional to think he can follow Mohammed and the Koran and still be a harmless productive member of non-Muslim society. No one of even elementary intelligence who is of sound mind and body could possibly think such a thing. It’s simply logically impossible.

2 1389 August 10, 2011 at 12:14 pm

My understanding is that Kent Clizbe converted to Islam because he married a Muslimah and wanted to keep peace with her family. His conversion shows a profound lack of principle and I wholeheartedly condemn it. Even if he is a “MINO” (Muslim in name only), it’s still wrong.

That having been said, facts are facts, regardless of who brings them to light. It is still vitally important to defeat Imad Afif Ramadan in this primary election, and to expose and condemn the traitorous actions of Grover Norquist in selling out the GOP to our Muslim enemies.

3 Hesperado August 10, 2011 at 4:16 pm

I agree that opposing Imad Ramadan is important. I just don’t like having a Muslim on board with the opposition.

Converting to Islam in order to marry a woman would be like converting to an organization that supports the Rape/Sodomy/Torture/and Murder of little girls — just because the woman you want to marry is a follower of that organization.

Not only is it insane, it is deeply ethically wrong, and it is supportive of our worst enemy.

Furthermore (as if a further point need be adduced here), having Muslims like “Kent” Clizby on our side on any issue tends to lend authenticity to the idea of a “moderate” Islam, by virtue of a “moderate” Muslim or what is tantamount to that, a “Muslim in name only”. This in turn serves to reinforce the meme that makes it more difficult to condemn Islam, and to work toward such goals as deportation of Muslims qua Muslim.

4 1389 August 11, 2011 at 1:57 am

I certainly can’t argue with any of that!

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