The Enemy within II: Two Birds – One Post

I recently posted a piece about how to recognize the subversive and revolutionary enemies of this nation within our own society, How to Recognize the Enemy Within.   Previously, I had written another post explaining that Yahweh is not Allah, Yahweh is not Allah!  The following is an important story that Pravda West will do everything it can to keep from you, yet it is crucially important that you know this information.  Not only will it inform you about efforts to bring down this nation, it will provide additional support for my arguments about the enemies within and confirm my assertion that Yahweh is not Allah:


‘My God Will Wipe This Country From the Face of the Earth’: The Real Louis Farrakhan in His Own Words on GBTV


“I’m warning you America. You better get rid of them neocons. That’s the synagogue of Satan. They have made America weak. You’re a weak nation now, and your country has been taken from you by the synagogue of Satan. They own congress. That‘s why the congress ain’t right.”

“In 100 years, they [Jews] control movies, television, recording, publishing, commerce, radio, they own it all. Magazines. Why do you want all, everything?”

“Did you know that the Koran says that Jews are the most violent of people. I didn’t write it, but I’m living to see it.”


You need to read this piece and watch the video clips.  Pay attention to the connections detailed in this story.  If we were playing 6 degrees of separation between Farrakhan and Obama, there is only 1 separation.  That in itself is not enough to draw conclusions – but when you learn who the people are that stand directly between Farrakhan and Obama, you might not be so ready to dismiss the implications – especially in light of the rest of the peculiar evidence surrounding this President and his cabal of friends and advisers.


But here’s the most important point.  After having watched and considered the case in this story, would you then consider this:


Definition of SEDITION

: incitement of resistance to or insurrection against lawful authority


In the full video on GBTV, a clip was played of Farrahkan warning about a Black Muslim “army” rising up to wage war against whites and Jews and the American government.  This clip clearly meets the definition of sedition.  But there’s more.  Consider this from the Legal Information Institute:


18 USC § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy

If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.


Now, I am not a lawyer, but having watched the entire show on GBTV, I would think that Beck has amassed sufficient cause for an official government investigation into Farrakhan and his Church/organization and associates – yet nothing has ever or is likely to be done about this man.  Why?


Finally, if you watch the entire show as aired on GBTV, you will see a clip of Farrakhan admitting that the doctrines of Islam say that the Jews are the source of evil in this world.  Not only does this directly contradict the Bible, thus affirming my claim that Yahweh cannot be Allah, but it points directly to the affirmation of Biblical prophecy.

26 thoughts on “The Enemy within II: Two Birds – One Post

  1. Nothing is being done, because Beck cuts and pastes, and makes mountains out of molehills.

    He is attacking an organization that has initiated less violence than the Baptist Church. The Nation of islam works to keep drug dealers out of neighborhoods, they are light years ahead of other Muslim organizations in their treatment of women(A woman holds the position formerly held by Malcolm X, that of national spokesperson.

    How many cases of violence attributed to members of the Nation of Islam, can you find? They are more concerned with cleaning up their neighborhoods than inciting violence, but the speeches and rhetoric get all the airplay.

    There is plenty to criticize, go to and click on What Muslims want, one tenet of which I cut-and-pasted:

    “We believe that our former slave masters are obligated to provide such land and that the area must be fertile and minerally rich. We believe that our former slave masters are obligated to maintain and supply our needs in this separate territory for the next 20 to 25 years–until we are able to produce and supply our own needs.”

    Go ask the Indians if you can cut in line, see what they say, Louie.

    • No, G, you’d like to think that, but he doesn’t. Beck does everything possible to play the entire clips. I does take time to verify context and to check on his sources. He has told his audience he has far more damning stuff about the people he is opposing, especially Van Jones, but he will not air it because he cannot find secondary confirmation for it. I have followed the man for a while now. I’ve told you, I started out hating him, but I came over to his side after setting out to prove the things you claim are true — and couldn’t! In my opinion, he is one of the most sincere and tries to be among the most honest people we have in the arena of public opinion today. But you can keep trusting a media that has a long and sorted history of actually lying to its audience and getting caught. That list is rather extensive, but I have no doubt you can provide an excuse for each and every time it happens.

      The nation of Islam is NOT Islam (REAL Islamic clerics have said it is an apostate). It is rooted in violence and founded by violent men and has a history of murder. Do not give me this BS about it being more peaceful than the Baptist Church. You cannot make that case, only hurl accusations and post-modernist explanations that have to twist the mind through a 4th dimension to arrive at your conclusions.

      And you want examples? The Murder of Malcom X is a good place to start, G.

      “We believe that our former slave masters are obligated to provide such land and that the area must be fertile and minerally rich. We believe that our former slave masters are obligated to maintain and supply our needs in this separate territory for the next 20 to 25 years–until we are able to produce and supply our own needs.”

      That is U-N-C-O-N-S-T-I-T-U-T-I-O-N-A-L. This nation does not practice blood justice because – to do what they demand – IT IS IMMORAL! It is also a fallacious argument that can be countered by comparing the quality of life here as compared to what they would most likely have had had it not been for the past – if they even would be at all had that past not happened.

      As for the Indians, and the slave issue, as well, they are ALL diversions from the real point. Get back on point, G. We have an organization claiming to be training for war against this govt., and we have a President who is doing nothing to the organizations associated with Farrakhan’s people when they intimidate voters and put out a bounty for the death of an American citizen. And ALL of that can be directly connected to known Obama associates, advisors and even his pastor of 20 years.

      Get you head out of the sand!!!

    • Freedom of speech does not and has NEVER extended to insightment of riots, the planning of a crime or the incitment to revolt. SOrry, Kells, you missed — AGAIN!

  2. B, Malcolm X was murdered 47 years ago! Is that all you have?

    You wrote: “The nation of Islam is NOT Islam (REAL Islamic clerics have said it is an apostate). It is rooted in violence and founded by violent men and has a history of murder.”

    Now tell me how this makes them different from your view of real Islam. If all you have is X’s murder and the beltway sniper, we are talking about a group of people much more peaceful on average than, say, people who call themselves Christians.

    And now you cite Muslim clerics on the NOI, as if you trust them to tell you the truth. Be more consistent, B.

    I am unsure as to the location of your head, but did you not realize that I included the quote to show that I understand that their core beliefs (NOI, that is) are unrealistic?

    Federal definition of inciting to riot:

    According to 18 USCS § 2102 “to incite a riot”, or “to organize, promote, encourage, participate in, or carry on a riot”, includes, but is not limited to, urging or instigating other persons to riot, but shall not be deemed to mean the mere oral or written (1) advocacy of ideas or (2) expression of belief, not involving advocacy of any act or acts of violence or assertion of the rightness of, or the right to commit, any such act or acts.”

    If no riot results, it would be hard to convince a jury that a riot was incited. No one in the Chicago Seven was convicted on those charges, and that was a full-blown riot! The burden of proof is on the DA, as in the Trayvon Martin case.

    • G,

      I guess you and I will have to disagree. If you have been following my posts for these past several years and still haven’t started to see how these pieces knit together, I doubt I’ll ever find a way to help you see it. Still, that doesn’t mean it isn’t there; IT IS! It just means I am failing to explain it properly, a poor writer – or both.


    • Here, G, liosten – to ALL of them – so you have them “in FULL context:”

      Things with this man and his group have NOT gotten any better, only better at working through seragates.

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  4. You know that Muslims and Jews don’t get along, right? Just like different factions of the religion (sunni, shia, etc) don’t get along. And even if they are the same they still don’t always get along. I know this from my muslim friend.
    One of her friends was over visiting one day. This woman is elderly and lives in another country but comes here once a year to visit her family. She wanted to tell me about 9/11. “Did you know that on that day not a single jew came to work? Because they knew what was going to happen. It was them flying the planes!”
    I told her that she was being told wrong, but I wasn’t going to sit there and argue with her, so I left. I actively avoid this woman because she is full of stuff like this.
    My friend was in Egypt when 9/11 happened. She said there was a total media blackout of the whole thing…I assumed they wanted to tell their sanitized version. So I rented the movies and showed them to her and she was convinced it was true that people from her world did this terrible thing. But she said that most of them will never believe it. Denial. It’s a national pastime!

    • You know that Muslims and Jews don’t get along, right? Just like different factions of the religion (sunni, shia, etc) don’t get along. And even if they are the same they still don’t always get along. I know this from my muslim friend.

      And yet, they can work together when they think they face a common foe. Mussolini worked with Hitler and they didn’t like each other. Better yet, Germany worked with Japan and they REALLY didn’t like each other. Do you know Tsun Zu? 🙂

      Denial. It’s a national pastime!

      AGREED! We are not immune, but then, if someone points out something that I have been missing, I no longer “assume” they are seeing ghosts – not anymore. I have come to see I have been bliond, myself. G is one of the people who helped me with that. The problem is, too many people have one-way vision, or no desire to see at all.

        • No offense, but you wouldn’t know because YOU WON’T READ THE QUR’AN FOR YOURSELF!

          You’re just like everyone else in this society: you refuse to do your own homework, so you speak from what someone else has told you – even if you have been told you and the person you listen to are wrong (or lying). That is the definition of speaking from ignorance, and I have tired of it – especially from you.

          • You speak as if you are a Muslim cleric, and I am tired of it! My Muslim friends do NOT fit your description. Perhaps I should write a satirical piece on how Christians all suck because of the Westboro Baptists. You’re not being fair or loving to your fellow man. YOU are not embodying the tenets of Christianity! So be tired all you will!

            • 1 — I simply read their books – all of them – and accept them for what they say.

              2 — Christianleaders have been known to go astray, or to use their followers for political gain. Muslim clerics are no different.

              3 — You have no idea WHAT your Muslim friends are REALLY like as THEIR BOOK TELLS THEM TO LIE TO YOU!

              4 — The Bible tells us we are to love our fellow man, not accept and tolerate everything they do. This is how I “try” to live my life. If you believe I “hate” Muslims (or gays, or whatever you want to thrust forward as a straw man), then you not only do not know me, you are wrong! I have Muslim friends and they will tell you that I do not hide my beliefs from them. I even pray that God will help those who are open to seeing they follow the wrong faith – but I do NOT try to “force” conversion. Christ tells me to preach His Gospel and leave the rest to Him and the Holy Spirit, and that is what I do.

              You seem to have accepted what appears to me to be a false teaching and are angry with me because I reject it. This is not my problem as I have tried to explain this to you – many times. But you refuse to even accept the Word of God on most matters, so I do not expect to do any better.

              • I really would love to be a fly on the wall when you converse with your Muslim friends. I think if you could hear some of my conversations, you would see things in a different light.

                Please do not try and divine my heart or my mind because you truly don’t know me. Quite frankly, I don’t reckon you know your Muslim friends too well.

                • Don’t know you? I have had daily exchanges with you for over a year now. I simply accept what you say, as well as the logical extensions derived from same. If you were to do the same for me, you might not have so many misconceptions about who I am and what i think – or why.

                  As for my friends: I worked with one of them daily – for 5 YEARS! Funny thing, too. He tried to tell me the Western view of Islam was wrong all the way back in the mid 1990’s, but back then, I didn’t listen because I didn’t understand. I didn’t understand because I was still listening to the Western PC crowed who was lying to me – to you.

                  Once again, you might know some of the few devout Muslims in America who do NOT have different personal views from what they show the rest of us infidels – but then, the odds are heavily stacked against it, too. I’ll play the odds, thank you 🙂

                • BTW: I find it odd that I echo a story about a prominent Muslim American leader calling for the destruction of the United States, yet you attack ME!

                  Is Farrakhan “mistaken” about what he says he wants, or just about what he says his religion teaches? Hmmm…??? 😀

                • Adhere to truth, for truth leads to good deeds and good deeds leads him who does them to paradise. Falsehood is wickedness and wickedness leads to hell. The Prophet Mohammad

                  We, the Du’ât should emulate the great Messenger of Allah. We must fear Allah (Subhanahu wa ta’ala) and always tell the truth. As Muslims, we are expected to be truthful and trustworthy:
                  “O you who believe! Fear Allah and be with those who are truthful.” (9:119)
                  “That Allah will reward the people of Truth for their Truth, and punish the Hypocrites if that be His Will, or turn to them in Mercy; for Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.” (33:24)
                  Abu Hurairah (radhiallahu anhu) narrated that Allah’s Messenger (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) said, “A Muslim is one from whose tongue and hand the Muslims are safe and a believer is one in whom people place their trust in regard to their life and wealth.” (Tirmidhi 33 and Nasa’i)
                  To be truthful, we should equip ourselves with the knowledge of the Truth. This is one of the reasons why we need to seek correct knowledge of Islam, as much as possible. We should always be ready with whatever questions the non-Muslims will ask about Islam. If we do not know or are not sure of the answer(s) then we have to be frank. We can delay the answer and ask somebody who is knowledgeable (an Imam or a Muslim scholar) to answer the question. Allah (Subhanahu wa ta’ala) and His Messenger (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) enjoin us to ask those who know:
                  “… Then ask those who have been reading the Book from before you…” (10:94)
                  “…If you realize this not, ask of those who possess the Message.” (16:43)
                  ‘Abdullah Bin Amr al ‘As (radhiallahu anhu) narrated that Allah’s Messenger (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) heard some people disputing about the Qur’an. Thereupon he said: “It was because of this that those gone before you had perished. They set parts of the books against the others (whereas the fact is) that the Book of Allah has been revealed with one part confirming the others. Therefore, do not falsify some parts with the others and speak only that which you know; that which you do not know, refer it to one who knows it well.” (Tirmidhi 237, Ahmad and Ibn Majah)
                  We should never attribute something that has no basis in the Qur’an and the Sunnah to the Prophet (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam), or to Islam as a whole. We should take admonitions from the following warnings:
                  Ali (radhiallahu anhu) narrated that the Prophet (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) said, “Do not tell a lie against me for whoever tells a lie against me (intentionally) then he will surely enter the Hell-fire.” (Bukhari 1/106 and Ibn Majah 1/31)
                  Salama (radhiallahu anhu) narrated that he heard the Prophet (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) saying, “Whoever (intentionally) ascribes to me what I have not said then (surely) let him occupy his seat in Hell-fire.” (Bukhari 1/109)
                  Wathila bin Al Asqa (radhiallahu anhu) narrated that Allah’s Messenger (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) said, “Verily, one of the worst lies is to claim falsely to be the son of someone other than one’s real father; or to claim to have had a dream one has not had; or to attribute to me what I have not said.” (Bukhari 4/712)
                  Abdullah ibn Abbas (radhiallahu anhu) narrated that Allah’s Messenger (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) said: Be mindful when transmitting a Hâdîth from me. (Transmit) only that which you know (very well) for he who intentionally lies about me will find his abode in Hell-Fire.” (Tirmidhi 232)
                  There are many Islamic teachings on truthfulness that should inspire us to be truthful. We can share them to non-Muslims. Non-Muslims should know that we, the true Muslims, adhere to truth for we are certain that Islam is the religion of Truth. Islam teaches truthfulness. It enjoys its followers to adhere to truthfulness and refrain from lies as shown in the following authentic teachings:
                  ‘Abdullah (radhiallahu anhu) narrated that the Prophet (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wasallam) said, “Truthfulness leads to Al-Birr (righteousness) and Al-Birr leads to Paradise. And a man keeps on telling the truth until he becomes a Siddiq (truthful person). Falsehood leads to Al-Fujur (i.e., wickedness, evil-doing), and Al-Fujur leads to the (Hell) Fire, and a man may keep on telling lies till he is written before Allah, a liar.” (Bukhari 8/116 and Muslim 4/6307-6310)

                  There is more, if you care to read it again,or did you miss these verses in your intense study of the religion? Because, to my untrained eye, they seem to lay waste to this fermented cow by-product about it being okay to lie. But what do I know?

  5. Personally, I believe the man is a fruitloop. I also believe anyone who spouts hateful rhetoric or commits hateful actions to be a fruitloop.
    How one interprets a religion should be a factor in your reasoning, but it is not. You group everyone into one nice little stack, and I find that to be off-putting. You are essentially yanking the individualism of a person or group of persons by grouping them all into having the same mindset as that of a a fruitloop.

    • Not at all. You either follow the basic tenants of a religion or you do not. If you do not, then you are essentially saying that you do not believe in God, or that your judgment supersedes his. In this respect, I consider most Muslims to be more faithful to their beliefs than you are (or most Christians for that matter).

    • Funny, if I started taking side bets with people about how you will respond to any given post I make, I bet I’d break the house. 😉

      But, OK, you tell yourself that, girly. 😀

        • LOL, there are those known to you who have already told me they won’t take anymore bets with me after having already lost too often. You see, I’ve been doing this for a while now – just for kicks. So far, I hit around 75% accuracy.

          I think Vegas would ban me from the casinos if I was that good at the tables, don;t you? 😉

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