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Wingnuts: Turn In Al Qaeda School Board Members

John Guandolo is the former FBI agent who was fired for a sex scandal, now turned professional Islamophobe. This is the whacko who claimed that John Brennan had converted to Islam and is now a Muslim terrorist. He went on Rick Wiles’ radio show and delivered an absolutely bizarre statement about wanting Americans to turn in members of the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda in their local area, where apparently they’re advising school boards or something.

Wiles: But John isn’t there a tipping point where this infiltration becomes so deep and pervasive that there’s a tipping point and suddenly the balance of power is in their favor?

Guandolo: I believe there is and I believe we’re pretty close to it right now.

Wiles: We may have already gone over; I think we’re already into it.

Guandolo: We may have, I actually won’t argue that point. I think that the big unknown or the big variable in this whole equation is the American people; the American people when they energize and come around that corner, when they hit their tipping point and decide to engage and identify the Muslim Brotherhood leaders in their cities, in their towns, in their neighborhoods and they point and they say ‘that guy, that gal, they’re working on the same side as Al Qaeda.’ You should not discern between a Muslim Brother and Al Qaeda, it’s just a different bowl of vanilla ice cream.

Would you want somebody who swears their allegiance to Osama bin Laden and the idea of Al Qaeda, would you want them advising your school board? It doesn’t matter what they’re advising them on. I hear people say, what’s he advising them on? At some point you have to inject sanity in the discussion and so if somebody is advising your school board and they’re a Muslim Brother, they are hostile, they should be treated like they’re from Al Qaeda. You don’t have to say everybody has to be tied to Al Qaeda, this is where we’re missing it, oh these two guys in Boston we can’t find any ties to Al Qaeda, well I can: they are dedicated to Islamic ideology of Sharia and imposing Islamic law.

Wiles: That describes Barack Obama.

Guandolo: That could be, you may be right on that. When it comes to what’s happening here and across the country I think that Americans at their local level have got to get engaged and the Muslim Brotherhood is counting on the fact that we will not.

What the fuck? Seriously, WHAT? THE? FUCK?

Comments

  1. Tobinius says

    At some point you have to inject sanity in the discussion…”

    Obviously he hasn’t reached that point yet, and I’m highly doubtful he ever will.

  2. laurentweppe says

    What the fuck? Seriously, WHAT? THE? FUCK?

    Guy got fired because he could not keep his dick in his pant, guy tries to earn oney by using people’s chauvinism to scam them.

  3. paulburnett says

    There are lots of fundamentalist Christofascists on school boards who advocate teaching crreationism instead of evolution, or David Barton’s lies about the Founding Fathers instead of actual reality – do these yahoos have a program for “turning in” these willfully ignorant folks?

  4. frankb says

    Has the Muslim Brotherhood and Bin Laden said anything about fluoridation. That is a conspiracy that is well in place, They should co-opt it since it worked so well for the communists.

  5. hunter says

    ” At some point you have to inject sanity in the discussion. . . .”

    OK — that cracked me up.

  6. Glenn E Ross says

    Wiles: But John isn’t there a tipping point where this infiltration becomes so deep and pervasive that there’s a tipping point and suddenly the balance of power is in their favor?
    Guandolo: I believe there is and I believe we’re pretty close to it right now.
    Wiles: We may have already gone over; I think we’re already into it.

    As a thought experiment I try to imagine how it must feel to live with that level of paranoia and fear. I fail miserably. These people are like children afraid of the monsters in their closets, so consumed with fear they sleep with the light on, crying for mommy and daddy to protect them. What an unhappy, anxious existence it must be.

  7. lorn says

    I really don’t have any problem with Al Qeada infiltrating the US by acting reasonable, moderate, inoffensive, and working through the democratic method to gain seats on school boards. Of all the things they do, have done, could do, it is perhaps the least destructive and offensive.

    Of course, they will have to get in line. Infiltrating and taking over from the inside is a pretty popular activity for a whole lot of people in these United States. They will have to get in line behind the Skinheads, Free Persons, christian fundamentalists, Dominionists, Tea Partiers in tri-corner hats , the Koch brothers, the KKK, anarchists, Libertarians, Republicans, evangelical Bible thumpers, and a considerable number of people who are simply nuts.

    It would seem unrealistic to demand they give up their violent rhetoric entirely. Go through that list and note that few of the other parties attempting subversion are forgoing violent rhetoric. Hell, a good proportion of those listed have resorted to violence by proxy so why should we be excluding Al Qaeda for their violent past and current connections. Let he who is without sin … do we really need any more stones thrown?

    Perhaps we need to concentrate on limiting both the physical and rhetorical violence. And do so independently of what color or flavor banner they fly.

    Yes, Al Qaeda has the unfortunate tendency to fly hijacked airplanes into buildings, behead people, oppress women in the worse possible way, and blow up innocent bystanders but, make no mistake, some of those other groups would be doing much the same if they had bases of operations in remote areas of distant nations, unlimited funding and a well financed corps of fanatical preachers who conflate their political ends with the word of God. Tune in your more extreme fundamentalist preachers late at night and listen closely to their words. They warn of coming Muslim takeover but they do it with an undertone of jealousy and admiration that they would never admit to.

    The point is that true believers and fundamentalist are pretty much all the same at heart. As long as Al Qaeda keeps its violent rhetoric down to a dull roar and commits its violence only through plausibly deniable proxies, like the fundamentalists who motivate women’s clinic bombings, I don’t see them as any more, or less, toxic than the other groups attempting to infiltrate and subvert our political system.

  8. Larry says

    Hey, sign me up! I’ll start dropping dimes on Al Qadea members in my local community out here in White Bread City, Nebraska.. First, though, I need a cheat sheet that tells me what I should look for in you average, run-of-the-mill, member. I mean, I wouldn’t want to falsely accuse someone of being what they are not.

  9. Ben P says

    I doubt that this:

    http://www.snopes.com/photos/signs/sciencetest.asp

    is news to most of Ed’s regulars.

    As has been said before, it’s pretty fucking hard to poe fundie KKKristians, they’re so fucking guanophrenic that anything is possible.

    Meantime, I think previous commenters are missing the obvious. Al Queda operatives? Algegra, people, algebra! It’s the MATH!!

    I saw this and was explaining to people what it probably was on facebook. I’m certain it’s real enough, but probably comes out of an Answers in Genesis (or some similar group) homeschooling packet. I wouldn’t discount a small religious private school using it, but even private schools have somewhat more scrutiny than homeschoolers.

  10. Ben P says

    I really don’t have any problem with Al Qeada infiltrating the US by acting reasonable, moderate, inoffensive, and working through the democratic method to gain seats on school boards. Of all the things they do, have done, could do, it is perhaps the least destructive and offensive.

    I suppose that these guys are thinking that the islamists will “infiltrate” and then try to start on their devious plans of turning the US towards Sharia law by instituting various things that benefit their religion over other religion.

    That shouldn’t be any suprise, after all, fundamentalist christians have been doing that for two centuries.

    What’s difficult to fathom for me is the apparent mindset that because liberals tend to oppose the fundamentalist Christians in their theocratic ventures, then the fundamentalist Christians assume that liberals must be in league with “some other false religion.” Not that they would oppose any religious entity doing the same thing.

  11. thumper1990 says

    I particularly enjoyed the tangential “Obama is a Muslim” reference shoe-horned in at the end there.

    What’s worse is that you know that somewhere there was a sweet lady in a floral dress nodding approvingly while listening to that. Ugh.

  12. StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

    Wingnuts: Turn In Al Qaeda School Board Members

    I don’t know the the blazes any Al Quaida members would get on US school boards but if they did, sure, turn the scumbags in.

    That seems like the right course of action although the scenario posited is highly improbable in my view.
    I have strong doubts as to the presence of any moderate Muslims on any US schoolboards let alone extremist Muslims and Jihadists in particular but, hey, *IF* there are then sure. Turn the scum in.

    Al Quaida shouldn’t be welcome anywhere let alone the education system.

    Ditto creationists too.

  13. StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

    Make that firstsentence :

    I don’t know how the fuck any Al Quaida members would get on US school boards but if they did, sure, turn the scumbags in.

  14. John Horstman says

    @6:

    Meantime, I think previous commenters are missing the obvious. Al Queda operatives? Algegra, people, algebra! It’s the MATH!!

    No kidding; you think it’s a coincidence we use ARABIC NUMERALS???
    :-P

  15. Nomad says

    Well *I* think that there will come a tipping point when the phrase tipping point will be said so often that we’ll reach a tipping point. And once we reach that tipping point, we’ll tip over the point and soon we’ll be tipping in the other direction of the point.

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