People Who Edited Al Qaeda Out of CIA Benghazi Talking Points Warn of Christian Terrorists

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


The only question is when the cure for all known diseases actually turns out to be the word “hope”, where will we find room amidst all the overpopulation to plant all the money trees?

“Several circumstances are ending the current Islamist phase of terrorism, which suggest that as with other terrorist waves – the Anarchists in the 1880s and 90s, the postwar anti-colonial terrorist movements, the New Left in 1970s – the recent religious wave is receding and could end by 2030,” said the National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 report.

No doubt.

Islamic terrorists are fighting over the bones of Syria and have carved out half of Mali. Islamic terrorism is actually bigger than it was ten years ago. But it’s on the way out, like the New Left, which is not currently running America.

The National Intelligence Council answers to the Director of National Intelligence who was the bright fellow who edited Al Qaeda out of the CIA Benghazi talking points. So it’s no wonder that he’s also managed to edit Islamic terrorism out of the world in 2030. The pen truly is mightier than the sword.

In support of that projection, the study released on Monday said the view of America as the “great enemy” was becoming less appealing, resulting in part from the departure of U.S. forces from Iraq and Afghanistan.

It also cited political upheavals in the Arab world, and said that a new generation of young Muslims may be less interested in the narrative of a “conflict between fundamental values.”

If only young Muslims were more like old DC insiders, they would have already surrendered to us by now. But evidence on the ground suggests that young Muslims are rather enthusiastic about blowing themselves/other people up.

Muslim groups that believe in conflicts of fundamental values have just won elections in Egypt and Tunisia, not to mention a few other places. Muslim groups that believe in peace, love and gay bars have currently won nothing at all.

“The Arab uprisings have demonstrated the moral and strategic legitimacy of nonviolent struggle,” it argued. “Protesters acted in the name of democratic values, not in the name of religion.”

As proven by the victory of religious parties over irreligious parties, followed by violent protests.

“The impending withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq and decreases in U.S. forces in Afghanistan help to reduce the extent to which terrorists can draw on the United States as a lightning rod for anger,” it said. “Soon, U.S. support for Israel could be the last remaining major focus of Muslim anger.”

How many paragraphs did it take to get to Israel. Not very many.

But perhaps the NIC can enlighten me how many US soldiers were in Iraq and Afghanistan in 2001? And I would love to know something about Israeli foreign policy during the Barbary Wars?

This funny thing called history suggests that Muslim terrorism goes a long long way back and occurs irrespective of the measures taken in response to it, such as the War in Afghanistan. But history is known to be Islamophobic.

Since 1996 the NIC, which reports to the director of national intelligence, has prepared a trends analysis roughly every four years for the incoming president.

And we can probably blame our foreign policy on the NIC. But with Muslim terrorism gone by 2030, the NIC is on top of the next big terror threat.

“Taking a global perspective, future terrorists could come from many different religions, including Christianity and Hinduism. Right-wing and left-wing ideological groups – some of the oldest users of terrorist tactics – also will pose threats.”

Forget Muslim terrorists, it’s time to focus on those Christian and Hindu terrorists. And then the Buddhist and Amish death squads.

Folks, we’re looking at a trend of Chassidic Jewish suicide bombers, Jainists ramming planes into London Bridge and Bahai states working to develop nuclear weapons.

Unitarian bus bombers are a real possibility and we can’t rule out 7th Day Adventist snipers on every roof in Baltimore. And when the Secular Humanist junta takes over Bali and begins implementing secular law, then no woman will be safe.

These are the real threats we need to focus on, instead of wasting time worrying about the mythical problem of Muslim terrorism.

An Israeli-Palestinian settlement “would have dramatic consequences for the region over the next two decades,” the report said. It envisaged incremental steps towards Palestinian statehood, but said the thorniest outstanding issues, such as the status of Jerusalem and the “right of return” of Palestinian refugees, would not likely be resolved by 2030.

So the NIC envisages the horrid non-peace process stretching on for another 18 years, after the last 18. No one said they weren’t optimists.

 

  • Mary Sue

    So we've got morons running the CIA.

  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Yes, these spooks are indeed spooky. Crazy too.
    And when the fish stinks from the head up the whole body politic is infected. And even though State, CIA and other appendages are often more wrong than right, they are much more so under the reign of Obama's thugs – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/10/27/obamas-americ
    Cause and effect.
    Adina Kutnicki, Israel – http://www.adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • Sam

    Nobody can be this stupid. Is this a joke? If this is realy true, America is doomed.

    • Mary Sue

      Yes, somebody can be this stupid. They're called religiophobic libtards.

    • objectivefactsmatter

      You took the paraphrased words right out of my mouth. It's like the PC police got together with leftist politicians to pick the ideal scapegoats. You have white men for domestic class warfare and if you need to target a religion, or course choose Christians when you aren't targeting Israel (but not the Jews of course!!!)

      • CatK

        No, it IS the Jews they are targeting. But if they use the word "Jews"-in English- (iin Arabic it is always used openly) then a few more American Jews might wake up out of their Sockholm syndrome slumber.

    • objectivefactsmatter

      I actually think they are outright lying. Some "leaders" make it clear that they want to hear only what they want to hear. Facts be damned. The leftists truly believe they can visualize their way to the perfect society.

      Remember "think peace" and all that stuff? To them, it was more than merely trying to be optimistic. They actually believe they are rendering the future with their delusions. Everything thinks that the "Christians" who try to pray their way to the future as if they are gods are crazy (which they are) but they didn't actually come up with this stuff on their own. It isn't in the Bible. It's a leftist corruption of Biblical prayer.

      They're all delusional. Those who aren't must play along if they want to work (get paid) under any leftist political leaders.

  • JacksonPearson

    Seriously, Mohammad's neo – companions should be craping in their Kufiya's or turbin's because of the second coming of Christ. Why?…Because, unlike Jews/Christians that have died and returned, not-one-Muslim have ever had a near death experience (NDE) and returned bragging about seeing a sample of Allah's 72 voluptuous virgins, or Mohammad giving guided tours of martyrs paradise! As the story goes, some Muslim's that have had NDE's, and have gone to God's heaven, and returned, have immediately converted to Christianity. Something to think about!

    • Ricky Michael

      On this, you and I think alike. I did it [NDE] and it was NOT Allah I spoke with. This is an excellent portrait of the man I spoke with, who called himself "The Son of God."
      http://www.chilango.com/media/2011/04/27/akiane-k

      • JacksonPearson

        I've eye balled death in the face numerous times, and have luckily survived, but I've never had a near death, or out of body experience. I'd have to imagine it's something you'll never forget.

        I believe the reason Muslims will never meet up with Allah in NDEs or even in the hereafter, is because Mohammad was Allah, and Allah was Mohammad.

        • Ricky Michael

          Here is what I’ve learned from it. Death is a doorway to a better place than here. There is no reason to fear it, I don’t anymore. The only “regret” I have to face is leaving my kids and grandkids. That is not a pleasant thought, but I will not have a choice when my time is up.Have a nice day sir.

          • JacksonPearson

            Yep, same to you.

        • JacksonPearson

          Nope. Religion as I know, is not obsolete.
          No body will ever wrestle my beliefs away…ever!

          • Louis Farrakhan

            YO JP,

            Pray tell us just what are YOUR beliefs?

          • JacksonPearson

            None of your business…Louie!

  • Arlie

    There will not be peace on this planet until Islam is dead. We were warned by the founding fathers to stay our of foreign affairs. The USA was so worried about Communism that we were never taught about the evils of Islam or Vienna's Gate. Now that the Communists have employed the Islamists/jihadists to take down America and capitalism we are totally unprepared and lacking in knowledge of this cult of death. The Kremlin and former KGB now FBS is using this cult to destroy us and so have a world communist government. http://www.spiritoftruth.me. There is also a video at http://www.westernjournalism.com that relates the story of a woman in Russia that knew about Barack back in 1992 and told of him being trained to be a US pResident one day. She knew of him and that he was at that time in Chicago. Manchurian candidate 0. So, the Communists and Islamists are working together to destroy Western civilization. Country by Country, Christian by Christian and they are going to blame it all on Israel. The plan is SO EVIL it makes me want to scream every day WAKE UP PEOPLE IN AMERICA…YOU FOOLS! What will you tell your children and grandchildren about what freedom and liberty used to be like?

  • Tan

    Funny article Greenfield. I like your sense of humor. I couldn't agree more. This statement from NIC is a bunch of crap. Will there be other dangerous people we will have be concerned about? Of course. But it seems now a days that people are forgetting that radical Islam is more deadly than all the other enemies we've faced under a number of factors. I wonder if the next serious terrorist threat will be playing hockey on the school playground because someone will get hurt. I wonder if my cheese sticks in my refrigerator are going to plot a conspiracy to blow my house up. No, wait…maybe the next terrorist threat will be anyone that builds houses from trees or anyone that says that they love fur coats. Oh no! Now PETA and the EPA are going to freak out and come vandalize your property in the name of justice. Maybe kit-kat bars, recess cups, jelly beans, and other candies are forming an alliance to invade the US by using cheese burger tanks and paper jet fighters. I find it hard to believe that NIC are intelligent smart people.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "“Several circumstances are ending the current Islamist phase of terrorism, which suggest that as with other terrorist waves – the Anarchists in the 1880s and 90s, the postwar anti-colonial terrorist movements, the New Left in 1970s – the recent religious wave is receding and could end by 2030,” said the National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 report."

    It's the same flaw as in their "global warming" calculations: They forgot to go back far enough.

    Let's see, this trend started less than 14 centuries ago. If we look at the peak of the bloodshed and track the trends…we should be statistically safe in no more than another…um…well…let's just say we're not talking about decades from now. 2030? Try 4030 if the trend line has any significance, which it of course does not because they are not tracking SALIENT DATA and you can't use statistics from the past to predict the end of an ideology.

    What absolute mor onic, idi ots. There can't be a single person involved in that report that believes it yet it was published. Such is the state of politics in America today.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    “The Arab uprisings have demonstrated the moral and strategic legitimacy of nonviolent struggle,” it argued. “Protesters acted in the name of democratic values, not in the name of religion.”

    I get it now. Somehow this report was routed accidentally to the planet Earth rather than Cloud 9. It's true on Cloud 9; no Islamic supremacism problems there at all.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "But perhaps the NIC can enlighten me how many US soldiers were in Iraq and Afghanistan in 2001? And I would love to know something about Israeli foreign policy during the Barbary Wars?"

    Oh come now, surely the Muslims have evolved just as much as those crazy Christians and Jews. It's those Christians and Jews and that ancient Bible, it's older than the Koran, and that is the root of the problem.

    It's a matter of aging. The Muslims are going to hit their "reformation" stride right about now and those Bible believers have to go. That's what the King of Saudi Arabia explained to me and it makes sense. I was educated in California.

  • john spielman

    I hope the next phase of world terrorism will be when Jesus Christ returns in the clouds with the armies of heaven following and will crush with a rod of iron all the evil perpetuated by both govt (both left wing and right wing) and by individuals, including that in the name of Satan/Allah!

  • NYgal

    Unfortunately, what those idiots at NIC believe and write in their report matters, since it determines our governments foreign and domestic policy.
    According to those immoral idiots, what the world peace and ending of Muslim terrorism requires is the destruction of Israel.
    Judging by the US policies towards Isral, this and similar NIC reports has been influencing the US policies for decades, and while prior administrations were careful not to alienate traditionally pro-Israel public opinion, now, with the successful demonization and delegitimation of Israel in the media and great changes in the demographic make up of the country, Obama's administration has no need to hide real intentions.

  • pagegl

    Leftists seem to think that if they can gather a consensus on some issue the world will conform to that consensus. I think that pretty much describes a delusional state.