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CAIR: The New Showrunner?

Scott Gimple, its
“showrunner,” has partnered with CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations),
whether or not he knows it.

So Muslims may remain “sensitive” to criticism
Of course, you may write TWD off
as just a program that attracts the fantasy-obsessed, as a low-class program of
no importance that features zombies being diced and sliced. But what you cannot
write off is the influence CAIR has now and has had for a long time.
The precedent for not defaming
a person or a religion or even an ideology was set by the U.S. government when
it frowned
on Hollywood portraying FDR’s friend Stalin
as an enemy or by “defaming”
him as the murderous tyrant he was. Ayn Rand’s
testimony blew the lid off of the pro-Soviet movie “Song of Russia.” But it
didn’t blow the Left from Hollywood. The Left is entrenched there more than
it ever was in Rand’s time. And the Left is ideologically copasetic with Islam. They
are both totalitarian.
For example, CAIR and other Muslim
groups have whined continually about how “24” portrayed Muslims and Islam.
The hit show was canceled after eight seasons purportedly because of declining
ratings and budget concerns. The last show, however, required a disclaimer
that it did not intentionally denigrate Muslims.
“Hi. My name is
Kiefer Sutherland. And I play counter-terrorist agent Jack Bauer on Fox’s 24. I
would like to take a moment to talk to you about something that I think is very
important. Now while terrorism is obviously one of the most critical challenges
facing our nation and the world, it is important to recognize that the American
Muslim community stands firmly beside their fellow Americans in denouncing and
resisting all forms of terrorism. So in watching 24, please, bear that in
announced that:
CAIR, along with the Muslim Public Affairs Council, recently met
with representatives of Fox and the show’s producers to address the depiction
of a “Muslim” family that is at the heart of a terror plot in the
popular program. The group is concerned that the portrayal of the family as a terrorist
“sleeper cell” may cast a shadow of suspicion over ordinary American
Muslims and could increase Islamophobic stereotyping and bias.

After meeting with CAIR, Fox officials said they would distribute a CAIR public
service  announcement (PSA) to network

Don’t be a Muslim informant!
Or you will be knifed, or “honor-killed”!
However, CAIR’s PSA is no
longer available on CAIR’s site. And “sleeper cells” are active or are biding
their time by “sleeping” as “ordinary,” harmless Muslims. Islamic jihadists who
engage in domestic terrorism were either “immigrants” or were born in the U.S. Remember
that the two San
Bernardino jihadists
were “sleepers” until they woke up and began
collecting guns. In 2015, ABC News called them “a young couple.”
Syed Rizwan Farook,
who for years worked at the San Bernardino County Public Health Department
whose personnel appear to have been the target of Wednesday’s attack, left an
online footprint mostly in the form of Muslim-oriented dating site profiles he
and his parents created years ago. In one, Farook describes himself as a
“health, safety and environmental inspector,” says he’s 6’0″
tall and doesn’t drink or smoke.
profile portrayed a man trying to balance his faith and modern life
“I try to
live as a good Muslim,” Farook writes. “Looking for a girl who has the same
outlook, wears hijab, but lives the life to the fullest.”
Living “life to the fullest”
to Farook and Malik meant being gun-toting, murderous jihadists. That’s the Islamic
way. And Farook found his gal pal, sure enough.
According to
Farook’s brother-in-law, Farhan Khan, Farook had recently found success in a
relationship with a 29-year-old named Tashfeen Malik — a woman police later
said was his accomplice in the deadly shooting.
While it’s
unclear how Farook and Malik met, a U.S. official said he left the U.S. in July
2014 and returned just a few days later, apparently with Malik in tow. Malik
entered the U.S. on a Pakistani passport and a K-1 “Fiance” Visa. She
and Farook were married the next month but it wasn’t until this summer that
Malik received her Green Card…..
Investigators said they have not determined a
motive for Wednesday’s shooting.

Or you may be arrested for “hate
By a Muslim Sharia patrol!
Should we be surprised? The FBI
was complicit
in the Garland
, Texas, planned attack on the “Draw Mohammad” contest, and
possibly with the Boston Marathon bombing, as well. Is it any wonder why the FBI
can’t determine a motive for that attempted massacre, and for the Las
Vegas one
? The FBI is in an ideological bed with the Left and with Islam.
Are TWD’s producers and
writers of the Left? Very likely. The Left has allied itself with Islam. We should
just take it for granted that the producers and writers of TWD will take the
series in a measurable but soft-pedaled pro-Islam direction, now that it’s
broken the ice in Season 8’s first episode. It won’t be obvious to the average viewer
or fan, who will remain clueless to the Dawah,
or even hostile to it, because informing him of how he’s being duped and
propagandized would interrupt his walker state of mind.


CAIR: The Walking Dead’s New Showrunner?


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1 Comment

  1. Edward Cline

    revereridesagain October 27, 2017 at 2:45 PM

    Of course the vampire-like takeover of The Walking Dead by agents of Islamic "Dawah" is significant. TWD has a fan following of millions, who will now be subjected to less-than-subtle (since quotes are specified as being from the Koran, even when they are actually from the Hadiths!) Islamic propagandizing, very much as was the case with under-the-radar Communist propaganda in the entertainment industry before the breakup of the USSR. Millions of viewers, ignorant of the truth, will be assured that "Islam means peace". One can only hope that a significant number of them will be so repulsed by the expected "mercy" shown to the evil Negan that their attitude will be, "If this is the mercy of the Koran, we want no part of it!"

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