One of the salient features of all recently installed Communist regimes is the establishment of so-called “re-education camps”, those grim facilities wherein citizens whose loyalty to the collective is considered to be somewhat tenuous are brow-beaten 20 hours a day until their resistance to change is eradicated, and they can be returned to the hive, spiritless and dependably docile — reliable socialists at last.
America has not yet fallen into the Communist camp, at least not officially, but the forcible re-education of Barack [Hussein] Obama’s bureaucratic infrastructure is well underway.
Last year, the White House began peddling the line that the uprisings in the Middle East were a repudiation of the al Qaeda model of seeking change through terrorism. The argument was that while America opposed violent extremism, the rise of nonviolent radical movements was just fine, and even commendable. Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri quickly dismissed this claim, saying that from the terrorists’ point of view, it didn’t matter whether an Islamist victory came through violence or not. The means were unimportant except as they related to the end state: the imposition of hard-line Shariah-based laws and policies.
From Zawahri’s point of view, it makes no difference whether the caliphate is born of the ballot, bomb or bullet. The important thing is the victory of Islamism, which the White House also seems to endorse. (Obama Embraces Islam)
In accordance with Obama’s malevolent doctrine, our government has ordered the removal of all anti-Islamic references from the training materials of both the F.B.I. and the U.S. military, the two primary institutions charged with defending the United States from (among others) … Islam!
Radical Islamists are not America’s only foes, not by a long shot, but they’re the only ones who’ve attacked us in the past 40 years. An administration determined to protect the national interest might consider the act of sanitizing the belief systems of an entity hostile to that interest as a poorly conceived notion—unless, of course, such administration is itself hostile to it.