Is our government doing everything it can to fight radical Islamic terrorism here in America?
Many critics of the Obama administration say the answer is “no.”
A shocking new report reveals that rather than investigate radical Muslims, Obama is funding the groups that enable them.
Many Americans have never heard of the “Countering Violent Extremism” (CVE) program.
CVE is a Department of Homeland Security initiative designed to:
“…address the root causes of violent extremism by providing resources to communities to build and sustain local prevention efforts and promote the use of counter-narratives to confront violent extremist messaging online. Building relationships based on trust with communities is essential to this effort.”
This vague and innocent sounding language hides a deeper meaning.
CVE is another politically correct Obama program created to appease radical Muslims by funding groups that support and nurture their beliefs.
How CVE works in practice is the federal government develops partnerships with Islamic groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations and the Muslim Brotherhood.
By paying off Islamic leaders, the Obama administration hopes they will use their influence to stop radical Islamic terrorists from striking our homeland.
On FrontPageMag.com, Daniel Greenfield writes:
CVE tells us that the best way to fight violent extremists is with “non violent extremist” Salafi clergy who have the most influence on them. We’re supposed to fight the ISIS Caliphate with supporters of another kind of Caliphate.
What it really comes down to is paying Muslims to argue with other Muslims on social media. And hope that the Muslims we’re paying to do the arguing are the good kind of extremists, like the Muslim Brotherhood, and not the bad kind of extremists, like ISIS, even though they’re both vicious killers.
CVE not only doesn’t fight terrorism, it perpetuates the whole reason for it by outsourcing our interaction with domestic Muslims to the Saudis and the Muslim Brotherhood. That’s a big part of how we got a terrorism problem in the first place. CVE’s promoters have convinced us that the best way to fight Islamic terrorism is by partnering with Islamic terrorists.
To make matters worse, the Homeland Security Advisory Council submitted its “Countering Violent Extremism” report and wrote that the best way to combat domestic Islamic terrorism was through political correctness.
The Daily Caller reports:
In addition to combating violent extremism by reaching out to “gender diverse” Americans and teaching youth “appropriate online etiquette,” the report recommends that the DHS “avoid stigmatizing specific communities.”
The report urges DHS officials to “Reject religiously-charged terminology and problematic positioning by using plain meaning American English.”
For example, the report says the DHS should be “using American English instead of religious, legal and cultural terms like ‘jihad,’ ‘sharia,’ ‘takfir’ or ‘umma.'”
The report acknowledges that, “There is a disagreement among scholars, government officials, and activists about the right lexicon to use around the issues of violent extremism.”
Nevertheless, the report states, “Under no circumstance should we be using language that will alienate or be disrespectful of fellow Americans.”
Obama’s strategy to fight the terrorists is political correctness mixed with payoffs to radical groups.
To many Americans, it looks like a disaster in the making.