Thursday, September 23, 2010
Center for Security Policy | Shariah: The Threat to America .pdf
Team B II objectives:
* To widen the debate on the threat of Shari'a.
In the hope that what is now the politically correct will change ~ with a view to maintain rights and freedoms ~ the cornerstone of western society.
* To confront, cantain and defeat the efforts to use shari'a to undermine the US Constitution.
Men in suits seeking to subvert freedoms and impose Shari'a ~ as well as those who would use violence for the same.
* To not only uphold and promote freedom of religion in the US ~ but to promote and see that these values are upheld around the world.
Proudly explaining freedom of religion and conscience in the western world ~ without ever mentioning that Muslim nations don't uphold these values ~ must be changed.
* Examining hostility in its many forms and understanding the ideology behind it.
That ideology being Shari'a, and the need to redefine what is a moderate.
* Re-examining the efforts to reach out or to engage with the enemy ~ as it is seen as a weakness ~ and emboldens those who strive to enforce Shari'a.
In Europe it is clear that Muslim demands don't end. Frightening to think that one day you will go to the grocery store and there will only be halal sausages. And you will be forced to go to a selected store 'conveniently only a few miles away' to pick up your offending items. It is already that way with KFC. Who's next!!
This study is the result of months of analysis, discussion and drafting by a group of top security policy experts concerned with the preeminent totalitarian threat of our time: the legal-political-military doctrine known within Islam as "shariah." It is designed to provide a comprehensive and articulate "second opinion" on the official characterizations and assessments of this threat as put forth by the United States government.
The authors, under the sponsorship of the Center for Security Policy, have modeled this work on an earlier "exercise in competitive analysis" which came to be known as the "Team B" Report. That 1976 document challenged the then-prevailing official U.S. government intelligence estimates of the intentions and offensive capabilities of the Soviet Union and the policy known as "détente" that such estimates ostensibly justified.
As with the original Team B analysis, however, this study challenges the assumptions underpinning the official line in the conflict with today's totalitarian threat, which is currently euphemistically described as "violent extremism," and the policies of co-existence, accommodation and submission that are rooted in those assumptions.
Posted by Cole at 3:16 AM