All Signs Reveal That Terrorism Is On The Rise, While Americans Remain A Divided Nation Heading The Way Of Europe Where We Will Soon See Violence On The Streets

By Walid Shoebat

Trump’s seven-states temporary Muslim ban is causing heated discussions. What is rarely discussed is what no one explains to you about terrorism. To acquire experts, lets say on “Islamic terrorism,” is sound, but only to comprehend why, where and how Muslim terrorists function. But when it comes to terrorism in general, to capitalize on such experts without addressing all other categories of terrorism is not smart. Hiring some x-blogger like Steve Bannon, as chief strategist with the National Security Council’s most senior officials, Bannon would mostly focus on Islamic terrorism. This is folly.

Terrorism is not exclusively Muslim.

And if you think I am being stupid here, the U.S. categorizes terrorism as either “right” or “Left”. Islamic terrorism is conveniently categorized as “right” by the left, while the right focuses mostly on Islamic terrorism much more than any other types of terrorism. They are not being stupid. They are being conniving. I’d rather be stupid than conniving.

Here, allow me to explain it all from my ‘extremely blunt’ Middle-Eastern style, and I have ample numbers and years worth of data to prove my case. Every time there is a terror attack, conservative bloggers hover over their laptops researching, while crossing their fingers in hope it was caused by Muslim immigrants. If it is, they become like typical Saudis in the Gold Souk. So if it is caused by a Muslim immigrant, they rate it as a 22 karat gold find. If it is caused by Muslim lone-wolves, homegrown converts to Islam, they rate it as an 18 karat gold find. Now have these Muslim terrorists cry out “Allahu Akbar,” during the attack and its a home-run, a priceless ten karat diamond. With diamonds, our hits on could easily reach to 300,000 to a million hits in a single day. With 22 karat it jumps from 70,000 hits to 150,000 hits. I have charts that go for years to prove my case.

However, when it comes to attacks categorized as “Nazi” or “anti-government” or “eco terrorism,” or “Black racism” or “cop killing”, we report it, but its categorized as fools gold and we all move on to a better spot looking to pan for the good stuff. Americans do not like to read about terrorists who look like them. ‘Populist Conservatives’ in general prefer the Middle Eastern looking terrorist because they can elevate themselves as the better species.

But seeing this, we repented a while ago and we address everything evil equally. We began to see this right-left schism as a lure used to advance specific political agendas. In the U.S., it all depends on the karat and the size and as they say, “its supply and demand”. The American confusion in understanding terrorism is purely political. Politics sells simplistic labels which increases the polarization between left and right, each side plays the blame game, each side wants to win browny-points with its constituents, while Americans khazouk each other to death arguing over the issues they hardly comprehend.

Political correctness goes both ways. This nation deceptively categorizes terrorism as either “radical right” which hardly represents the “right,” the right is polar opposite from “Nazi,” and then you have terrorism from the radical left, which is not “left,” most American liberals are radically polar opposite from “Animal Liberation Front (ALF), the Earth Liberation Front (ELF), and Greenpeace.

Each side blames the other no matter what type of terrorism is committed, and regardless that both sides are innocent of terrorism, but both sides are 100% guilty of deception. The U.S. government is brilliant in political strategies were they brainwash the millions of simpleton Americans and in my view, such deception is a crime against humanity.

And when they analyze numbers, these numbers are mostly bogus because they minimize Islamic terrorism where homegrown terrorists slip from their deceptively written criteria. But such numbers they provide in their statistics don’t just grow in the wild; they are chosen, by parameters that the researchers decide as ‘right’ or ‘left’. Classifying Muslim terrorism within the scope of “right-wing” is absolutely evil, while ignoring Muslims who kill for Islam, categorizing these as simply ‘criminal’ is another evil.

However, America does not have the same problem of Europe, the U.S., is a melting pot and should remains that way. In general, most Americans are neither extreme left or extreme right, they were known to be reasonable. But since Obama they are being converted, becoming like a stretched rubber band, being pulled to either side to the point of snapping. This too is a dangerous phenomenon. Keep that up and the U.S. will begin to see violence, right-wing versus left-wing, both attacking each other in protests over the issue of immigration.

If you doubt this, just take a look at Germany. In 2016 alone in Germany there were 1,408 such attacks categorized as from the “far-right” and 1,608 categorized as from the “far-left”. In 2015, these attacks were around 900 respectively. The phenomenon is nearly doubling every two years and they are all politically planned by populists to drive Europe into fascism.

Trump has an absolute right to categorize “Muslim terrorism” as such because it is, but the use of populist rhetoric needs to end. Trump should also address all the other “terrorism” as well besides Muslim which is a much better effective strategy. He avoids it because he has the wrong advisor: Bannon. As right-wing bloggers (Bannon was one) we all know they’d rather point to the ‘Allahu-Akbar’ type terrorists. Trump will soon learn. He just started.

Islam will never take root in the U.S. to the point of changing its demography. The split between Christian and Muslim refugees entered the U.S. in fiscal 2016 is nearly even (46% Muslim to 42% Christian) but considering the war-torn region these immigrants come from, where Christians are but a small minority, reveals that in essence, the U.S. is already being selective.

Instead of only seven Muslim states ban, it should be a “terrorism ban” of many entities, which starts at the home front. Most terrorism stems from within the U.S., Trump can address the issues of security from abroad later on and this “element of surprise” is nonsense since it already takes over a year to get a visa.

But what is the use of this seven Muslim states temporary ban if it excludes Turkey (the highest ISIS route), Tunisia (the mother supplier of ISIS terrorists) and Saudi Arabia, the ideologue behind it all. This tells me that this has nothing to do with combating ISIS and more to do with selecting insignificant nations or nations everyone already hates like Iran. These cannot bite back. Therefore, this is purely political and is not practical.

Banning travel from Iran begs the question of how many Shiite related terror attacks have we had? That, plus Iran has the highest rate of conversion to Christianity than any other Muslim nation on earth. These would not mind fleeing to the land of the free and the home of the brave.

The highest numbers of incidents and fatalities caused by Islamic terrorism occur in Iraq, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan and Syria. The majority of people who come to the U.S. from these nations are fleeing from all the killings in the first place, and with Syria and Iraq; the U.S. owes a moral obligation for having participated in causing the mayhem during the Arab Spring. And who is addressing Pakistani Christians? These never make it to the promised land because the embassy in Pakistan is ran by Muslims which we at Rescue Christians have first hand accounts to prove the case.

The vetting should also involve careful analysis, not just by American police or FBI agents who have never been in Muslim countries. They should add American Middle Easterners with Christians and Israeli backgrounds from Israel, Lebanon, Assyrians, Copts, Pakistani Christians … who know can sniff, they know the language, clan backgrounds, demography, demeanor, etc while working with others in these home nations’ security apparatuses including working with snitches locally and in far distant lands.

Then to thwart the homegrown terrorism, the government needs to clutch the social media, Google, Facebook, Youtube, encrypted communication software … where all the trouble stems from in the first place. We have a huge Nazi call to kill Jews and its allowed on Youtube. These should be shut down permanently. Anyone who expressed hatred towards the United States by using violent terminology, should be turned upside down and inside out. Snitches need to be hired in every community be they Muslim or Nazi, anti-government or eco potential terrorists. It should be taken so serious, just as if someone threatens to kill the President of the United States.

The whole American thinking, when it comes to terrorism, is upside down, politicized, while Trump has Steve Bannon, an  x-blogger, advising on issues of National Security. This is not smart.

If we examine terrorism in general from the last three decades, we will find that the utmost focus is on Muslim related terrorism. I can go as far back as 1996 to show my point with data that I can provide to show that the American people are not as smart as they think when they read what the media (be they right or left) dishes out to feed them. How often do we hear of Charles Ray Polk railroading the Amtrak. How about in 1996, Peter Kevin Langan, the pseudonymous “Commander Pedro” who leads the underground Aryan Republican Army had a shootout with the FBI in Ohio. How about anti-government activist and self-described “survivalist” Ray Hamblin, charged with illegal possession of explosives after authorities find 460 pounds of the high explosive Tovex, 746 pounds of ANFO. These are neo-Nazi, and no, you should have no freedom to access bomb making material.

In 1996 twelve members of an Arizona militia group called the Viper Team targeted government buildings as potential targets. How about the nail-packed bomb going off at the Atlanta Olympics, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others.

How about Washington State Militia leader John Pitner and seven others had manufactured explosives plotting to build pipe bombs to resist a feared invasion by the United Nations.

What about the three “Phineas Priests” — racist and anti-Semitic Christian Identity terrorists who believed to have been called by God to undertake violent attacks —bombed two banks. In 1996, seven members of the Mountaineer Militia plotted to blow up the FBI’s national fingerprint records center, where 1,000 people work, in West Virginia.

We have had ample terror attacks by non-Muslims. And I can skip two decades worth and go to 2016, Citizens for Constitutional Freedom, armed anti-government terrorists setting fires on federal land. Then we had army reservist and Afghanistan veteran Micah Xavier Johnson shooting 12 police officers, killing five, in downtown Dallas after a Black Lives Matter protest. Gavin Eugene Long, 29, of Kansas City, Missouri, kills three Baton Rouge, Louisiana, police officers.

I mean good grief, since when did Americans target police officers like this?

Indeed, we do have Muslim terrorism, but if you keep up with the news, you will quickly know that we have a steady stream of American Muslims, initiated from overseas who commit terror attacks. The bulk of terrorism are home-grown, lone-wolves, engaging in violence here in the United States and these did not come from overseas recently.

The left would say that the main terrorist threat in the United States is not from violent Muslim extremists, but from right-wing extremists. This is also not true and the numbers are skewed. I have seen the left doing its calculations by ignoring 9/11 to skew these numbers while minimizing Islamic related attacks.

But killing is still killing. There have been more than 215,000 murders in the United States since 9/11. Do we then compare homicide with terrorism as if its all about a number game? Have we become a Nazi state, where we calculate train loads, death by starvation or by shooting, all done to have a play on numbers to see who do we blame, left or right? Should we focus on the victims, be they Jewish, black, officer or civilian, or perhaps focus on Muslim terrorism instead of Separatist terrorists, Ethnocentric terrorists, Nationalistic terrorists, Revolutionary terrorists, Political terrorists, Religious terrorists, Social terrorists, Domestic terrorists, International or Transnational terrorists?

But there are more extremists to point out and expose besides terrorists. The misinformation stems from media “extremists” who insist on a label of “right” versus “left”. What this says is that the whole nation is loosing its mind and is taking the populist Europe route.

There is also terrorism that stems from militias, neo-Nazis and sovereign citizens. These are a growing threat we face. We had two just this week, yet so few want to discuss them because they are fools-gold; they are not “Muslim”. “Sovereign citizen” anti-government type terrorism has really taken off.

The silence has become a politically correct phenomenon of the right, not just the left. We get more hate and stupid comments from the right, much more than the left or even the Muslim. This is why we are neither left or right. We are Christian.

Mr. Trump took the unprecedented step of naming Mr. Bannon to the National Security Council. President George W. Bush’s last chief of staff, Joshua Bolten, was so concerned about separating politics from national security that he barred Mr. Rove, Mr. Bush’s political adviser, from N.S.C. meetings. The issue of National Security should never be politicized and Americans need to stop hiding their sins by finding scapegoats, the problem is and always has been the abandonment of Christian ethics.


  • Shane Bass

    Amen Walid, your son was saying the same thing on Facebook

    • He’s a chip of the old block Shane.

      • Dan

        I don’t ever see him comment down here is there a reason ?

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  • Kamau41

    “Terrorism is not exclusively Muslim”. Exactly right!! As we have seen, there have absolutely been many terrorist attacks committed by non Muslims. In addition, the real statistics and data you have included within this research proves that stark reality beyond reasonable doubt. The number of murders in the United States since 9/11 has been getting worse, which is quite alarming.

    When it comes to this culture of death we are currently living in, there is no question, the silence among both the left and right, generally speaking, is incredibly deafening by far….We should do whatever we can to RIGHTLY expose and fight against ALL evil.

    • Grandmere

      I’ll never forget Oklahoma City.

      • I remember getting sick of the constant coverage of the bombing several weeks after it.

        The Atlanta olympics bombing I remember too.

        What about Waco, Texas where the Feds finally had to storm the compound to free the people there? The guy, David Koresh, was a nutcase who was condemned by the SDA and they distanced themselves from his nutty interpretations of Revelation.

        • Kamau41

          Terrible times…I remember it all. It seems like so many have developed amnesia and forgotten how deep evil really runs within our society.

          • Exactly. It’s not just Islam. There are evil everywhere that are anti-Christ, and therefore, anti-Christians.

        • Julie LaBrecque

          The SDA should condemn their own founder Ellen G White for her nutty interpretatiins and failed prophesies.

          • The trouble with cult is how blind their adherents are. No matter how one tries to point out their false prophets, they dig in their heels and defiantly stay in their cult. It’s the classic blind leading the blind.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            So true — I believe it was Mark Twain who said that it is easier to fool someone than it is to convince someone that he has been fooled.

          • He is right.

      • Kamau41

        Neither will I. What a horrific day that was beyond comprehension…

  • concerned american

    Thank you Walid. I believe you are the Apostle Paul of our day. I have been guilty in the past of searching for the “Muslim link” in a terrorist attack. Not that finding the truth is wrong but thinking that it “must” be a Muslim is deception. I have repented for such shallow and deceptive thinking.

    I appreciate you Walid. I come from a “blunt” family of eight. It can be both painful and cleansing. Thank you for your honesty.

    • Thank you CA. Indeed, we do need to examine all evil, not just Muslim.

      Not sure about the “Apostle Paul” analogy for I am a chief sinner.

      • Darren Neufeldt

        Wasn’t Saint Paul also a chief sinner? I think the analogy fits.

        • I knew you will say that. Now you know what a Jesus-style checkmate looks like. Okay, I loose, you win.

  • “[…] Americans need to stop hiding their sins by finding scapegoats, the problem is and always has been the abandonment of Christian ethics.”


    Constantine, you are responding to God’s clarion call to kick Americans and wake them up from their drunken stupor of political correctness, which unfortunately infects even Christians.

    As I said to Rich yesterday:

    “2016 taught me that labels doesn’t matter anymore, especially movements. 2017 so far have served to reinforce what I’ve learned.”

  • Paul Doyle

    Great points. Thank you for the objectivity that is now so scarce among us.

  • richinnameonly

    You say you get more stupid comments from the right than the left. I have assumed that you would have more people from the right visiting your site than people from the left, but maybe that isn’t so. I agree with your opinion that government deception is a crime against humanity. I think it’s true of media also, as well as the entertainment and education industries. They all spew things to serve their agendas in brainwash attempts. Hard to trust much today.

    • “You say you get more stupid comments from the right than the left. I have assumed that you would have more people from the right visiting your site than people from the left, but maybe that isn’t so.”

      You are correct here. Had we been a neutral website it would probably be the same ratio.

  • “Obama did the same thing in 2011.”

    Okay, so we are emulating Obama although we have been complaining about Obama. How do you explain this Patrick?

    “It also brings out the moles like Yates and it shows the hypocrisy of the Democrats. ”

    If we are to find the log in our own eye, can you also point out the hypocrisy of the Republicans?

    I see both similarly. I never bought into this Republican-Democrat divide when it comes to foreign policy in which parties change but policy doesn’t. And I am not talking about the immigration issue. I am speaking on what the U.S. does abroad. What is the difference between Bush’s mess and Obama’s mess? Why is Turkey not banned and will not be anytime soon? Why did Pence reject a call to pressure Turkey to admit the Armenian Genocide? What difference are such policies from Democrats? Tell us Partrick, we are all ears.

  • “But when have Trump downplayed homegrown terrorism?”

    Please show the quote from me before you lay this question. Its not a matter of downplaying, its a matter of strategy. Bring up all terrorism and Trump would not be attacked claiming he is doing religious discrimination.

    “He´s been very ourspoken about crime in the US and that includes homegrown terrorists. Right?”

    Right. Encompass a package deal were it deals with these issues collectively and proceed by calling on all categories of terrorism. This way we can defend the proposal.

    “Will Trump allow right-wing terrorism? Don´t think so.”

    I don’t think so either, but why not mention it? Its not a bad idea is it? But as I see the way you think “its Trump” therefore, Trump knows better than anyone else? There are lots of smart people in this country who can draft a better executive order. Thats my point.

  • Yes but you failed to tell us how you do not “exasperate and obfuscate the issue”.

  • Julie

    The photo here…I remember seeing ISIS come into the room with clavers, and the women and mother screaming, crying, the young girl cowering next to her mother.

    How the world needs to collect the images, documentation — of what is there as most were extreminated — and begin to remove the House of War from the face of the earth.

    Doing so, however, will not stop the ancient blood lust in that region of Babylon.

  • 600NE

    I say be patient with Trump,he has a tremendous amount to deal with on his plate. Trump is clearly anti NWO and Globalism which has ruled the World since the 1920’s.

    Steve Bannon is no dummy,nor Stephen Miller. As they understand all the actors and their methods. This black sink hole that America has been caught in,is in fact becoming known by the majority. Keep writing Walid,Trump and America needs all the help we can get.

  • ezekiel22

    Thank God honestly for the way you put it out there Walid. There is a lot that I have noticed lately but first the so called ban is a symbolic bone tossed out. It is the follow up that I want to see. Under obama and his Muslim Brotherhood allies the undercover operations were severely crippled and how fast they can recover is a question.
    Watching the hate being spewed out and by who is not surprising. It is the ones who are silent that concerns me. It is the people that cry unity while at the same time creating even wider divisions. They want to see actual real violence in this country to accomplish their agenda but they will be safe.

  • Dan

    Why would there be violence on America’s streets? Do you mean protest turning violent or do you mean Muslim and Christian fighting each other?

  • Gloria

    It is all from the same source and evil. Many American rioters are just as demon possessed as the worst Muslim terrorist.

  • Michelle Therese

    It’s the “Racism Of Low Expectations” practiced by the Left: they expect darker skin non-White peoples to behave more savage, more, as Merkel stated, criminal. And then they call US the racists. The Leftist mind is very twisted and confused.

  • “Native American bluntness”

    What’s Native American bluntness like Michelle?

  • Jess,

    By the time I found the link:

    (you could just have copied and pasted it).

    But had to endure an hour of this guy Bachelor chattering away things he can hardly comprehend.

    Anyway, I think I understand the quest. I wrote about it here:

    This has been debunked a thousand times over. This centric view focusing on the papacy as the beast is a defunct proposition. They assert that the 1260 years in which the Roman Catholic Church warred against the saints from when the papacy was established in 538 AD (the papacy was not established in 538. From the second century the primacy of the Bishop of Rome was widely recognized and accepted) to 1798 AD. The premise is that the papacy was in absolute control of the state as a religio-political power from 538-1798 (1260 solar years) when the Ostrogoth’s were supposed to have vanished out of existence. However, the Ostrogoth’s occupied Rome from 541 to 548 AD. History debunks this view.

    They also assume the end of this supremacy was when in 1798 Pope Pius VI was captured by Napoleon and put in prison and later died that this is the finish line.

    This guy Bachelor dismisses much about Mary. I have written what these miss here:

    Seventh Day Adventists believe that Christ is Michael the Archangel and they supported the Nazis:

    Have your relative get Batchelor to debate us and we will be glad to make minced meat out of his amateur arguments. He would never dare do it.

    • Jess Pemental

      Mr. Shoebat; Thanks for helping me answer this question, Sir! Since my conversation with my sister-in-law I have been listening to several of Bachelors video’s, especially the one about 666. You talk about the Koran being a mix of garbage to read; well, he just rattled on for over an hour on nothing that would guide me to the “truth”. I know you don’t like to travel much but if you are ever in Indiana I would like to have you visit out department if not speak to our guys at the base. I’ve learned a great deal from you and I would love to get your book on “God’s War On Terror”. I think it might give me a better grasp on what I have learned these past couple of years. God Bless and thanks for putting up with my questions. Jess