Joe Blough

Top 10 Islamo-Fascist Apologists

Posted on September 2 2010 8:00 am

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#4: Mole Agent Category: Grover Norquist

What passed through my mind, as I reviewed matters pertaining to Grover Norquist’s strange career, was the bizarre mental conflict which must be inspired by dealing with reasonable, repectable, appealing, well spoken, well adjusted people who have been brought up under a utterly alien moral code. They may be morally ambitious, seeking to be the best they can be. As you are. They may have large hearts, full of concern for their community. As you do. Their attitudes toward tradition and morality may be the same as yours. But their tradition and morality may uphold values that are irrational, inhumane, even evil. What to do? What to think?

Most of us are taught to believe that religion is a good thing, that family matters, that one must respect tradition, that the laws of heaven supercede those of men — and you know what, you wouldn’t get a single word of argument from Osama bin Laden himself. But the law of nature’s god, or rather perhaps of God’s nature, are such that if you don’t look deeper than that, you lose, and you lose big-time.

Even the script writers on Star Trek were smart enough to figure out that the charming, attractive, cultivated aliens may hold values that are utterly and irreconcilably opposed to our own. We would want to think that our politicos are more insightful than California sci-fi writers but, Inshallah, such things are not destined to be.

It is, embarrassingly, relevant to mention here that Mr. Norquist’s wife is “Palestinian” — relevant insofar as it is extremely unlikely that Golden Boy Grover has not had to give some thought to the similarities and differences between Mohammedan values on the one hand, and biblical and specifically American values on the other. And one doubts very strongly that Mrs. Norquist is a Nonie Darwish/Hirsi Ali/Wafa Sultan style dissident from the Islamic approach to life and politics.

It is just a plain tough-nuts aspect of reality, that it is not good enough for people to have values and a strong conservative relation to those values — even a willingness to fight for them. Unfortunately we are all on the hook for having the right values. My estimate is that Mr. Norquist has for years been introducing people to American movers and shakers who have all the right relationships to all the wrong values — to our great detriment.

I simply must quote David Horowitz in this context, where he characterizes Norquist as:

… an individual who loves this country and would be the last person to wish it harm, and the first one would expect to defend it. I have known Grover Norquist for almost twenty years as a political ally. Long before I myself was cognizant of the Communist threat — indeed when I was part of one of those Fifth Column networks — Grover Norquist was mobilizing his countrymen to combat it. In the early 1980s, Grover was in the forefront of conservative efforts to get the Reagan Administration to support the liberation struggles of anti-Communists in Central America, Africa and Afghanistan

But Horowitz is largely known for his intellectual honesty and moral fortitude in publicly rejecting his own errors. Norquist, on the other hand:

On the basis of the evidence assembled here, it seems beyond dispute that Grover Norquist has formed alliances with prominent Islamic radicals who have ties to the Saudis and to Libya and to Palestine Islamic Jihad, and who are now under indictment by U.S. authorities. Equally troubling is that the arrests of these individuals and their exposure as agents of terrorism have not resulted in noticeable second thoughts on Grover’s part or any meaningful effort to dissociate himself from his unsavory friends.

He concludes by saying:

… there comes a point where loyalty to friends or to parties comes into conflict with loyalty to fundamental principles and ultimately to one’s country. Grover’s activities have reached that point. E.M. Forster, a weak-spirited liberal, once said that if he had to choose between betraying his country and his friends, he “hoped [he] would have the guts” to betray his country.

I won’t list out the complete revolting details of Norquist’s career. They can be found easily from the link at the top of the page and also here and here.

Suffice it to say that Norquist greatly promoted the American political career of Abdurahman Alamoudi, arrested for his dealings with Libya and sentenced to 23 years in the slammer. Alamoudi in turn, was also instrumental in introducing a network of jihaddist chaplains into the American military, including one James Yee, personally hired by Alamoudi and later arrested on espionage charges. Norquist was also a great promoter and supporter of Sami Al-Arian, arrested on a rainbow of criminal charges including conspiracy to murder. As a result of a hung jury, Al-Arian is at present merely under house arrest awaiting a decision (on contempt of court) in regard to his pending deportation. Beyond those accomplishments, Norquist smuggled a variety of Islamo-fascist operators into the Bush White House. And of course, he brings his sharia-friendly friends into conservative political gatherings, such as those for the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC).

In Norquist we have an anti-communist, small government, family friendly, low tax advocate — values he shares with Mohammedan supremacists — turned an importer for the rest of the Islamic package, sharia rule, Islamic supremacy and jihad. Perfect.

The plain fact is that Grover Norquist has been the most unrecognized, well placed and possibly the most effective Islamo-fascist mole in American popular politics in the last 10 years, and possibly ever. He has succeeded in penetrating not merely the porous and suceptible leftist Democratic party, but in smuggling jihaddist operatives into the, allegedly more hard headed Republican party. And he continues to this day, flogging jihaddist propaganda from within the bastions of American patriotism. And that with, so far, unimpeached credentials.

He puts the wacky Pauls in the shade.

Just to bring things up to date, his latest contribution to our nation’s well being and our resistance to the forces of sharia dominance, is to come out in favor of the Ground Zero Victory Commemoration Mosque.

Like everybody who either has or pretends to have a Little Bo Peep view of the murder encompassing spectrum of Mohammedan ideology, he frames it as a religious freedom issue. He told the LA Times:

As it relates to religious buildings in the vicinity of ground zero, it’s either all or nothing — churches, synagogues and mosques should be treated the same

Now before we take another step I have to ask, what is it with westerners who get involved with Mohammedans? It is as though they forget that a hefty portion of humanity believes in either Hinduism or Buddhism. And I have to underscore the absolutely-normal-for-Mohammedans and deeply offensive formulation of “churches, synagogues and mosques.” What happened to Hindu and Buddhist temples? What are they, chopped liver? I will also note in this context, that we don’t really hear a lot of NY Buddhists, Sikhs or Hindus agitating to have a temple at Ground Zero. Why is that do you think? But I digress.

He is also putting about the notion to conservatives, albeit through the odd channel of Time magazine, that the mosque issue is a loser for conservatives, even though some 60-70% of the country, democrats and republicans together, are offended and opposed to the idea.

The Republican Party is on track to win a major victory in November based on the issue that Democrats are spending the country blind, … There isn’t a single voter in the country that was planning on voting for the Ds, who says, ‘Oh, mosque issue, now I will vote for the Rs’

Is it D’s and R’s Mr. N? Some of us are more concerned about America, and the principles of freedom and equality before the law that America stands for — and which your sharia boosting buddies are deadly set against.

I fervently hope that American conservatives catch on. As they like to say down on Wall St., past performance is no guarantee of future returns.

It doesn’t take a crystal ball to figure out that the returns on Mr. Norquists current efforts are apt to be very very bad for America.

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