It Takes Work

By Bob Michael
LAPD Police Detective Capt. (Ret)

I write for Walid from time to time and read most of what his organization produces. I respect their tireless work. I want to address the word “work” in a few minutes.

I noted with interest today an article titled ‘Top Secret’ Documents Implicate Obamas, Clintons. Of particular interest was the last quote and paragraph regarding Dr. Mohammed Ali Bashr, the leader in the Muslim Brotherhood (Wikipedia calls him “prominent in the Muslim Brotherhood). Bashr is Egyptian and served 1 1/2 years in the Egyptian cabinet in the Mursi government.

The article also reveals he obtained a PhD from Colorado State University (CSU). My interest was piqued as I have done a little writing on the Muslim Student Association (MSA); also sometimes called the MSO (Muslim Students Organization). The CSU MSA is one of the more virulent of MSAs on campuses around the U.S.

Anwar al-Awlaki: With Allah after his role in Fort Hood Jihad attack.

Anwar al-Awlaki: With Allah after his role in Fort Hood Jihad attack.

The CSU MSA had a well known president of their association who graduated in 1994. His name was Anwar al-Awaki. While an Imam in Virginia, it is reported he met and prayed with three of the 9/11 skyjacking, murdering Muslims. You might also remember him as being a counselor of Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the murderer of Fort Hood personnel. Undoubtedly al-Awaki is with his allah.

Siraj Wahhaj gives a speech to the MSA at John Jay College of Criminal Justice entitled, 'Now or Never'

Siraj Wahhaj gives a speech to the MSA at John Jay College of Criminal Justice entitled, ‘Now or Never’

MSA of CSU several years ago had a featured speaker named Siraj Wahhaj at a Ramadan dinner on campus. This fine fellow is touted as the first Muslim to say opening prayer (and lecture from the Quran) before the U.S. House of Representatives in 1991, which was overwhelmingly Democrat controlled. His Wikipedia autobiography extols all his good virtues.

Mary Jo White

Mary Jo White

However, it seems he has left off some information in his Wikipedia rendering of himself. Mary Jo White, US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, on February 2, 1995 listed Wahaj as an alleged unindicted co-conspirator, in United States versus Omar Ahmad Ali Abdel Rahman, aka The Blind Sheik, in the 1993 World Trade center bombing case.

Omar Abdel-Rahman: The Blind Sheikh.

Omar Abdel-Rahman: The Blind Sheikh.

Wahhaj is not a nice guy and right in character with The MSAs. He testified on behalf of the Blind Sheikh as a character witness.

But let me get about discussing work.

Free America is gone. Abraham Lincoln said in a January 27, 1838 speech in Springfield, Illinois (where Obama in May 2007 announced his run for president and invoked Lincoln’s name) that one would come from among us and either by sweetness or wrath tear down our institutions of government. Our only defense will be for the people to be united and stop him. If we are not united, it will be our suicide (by our own hand).

Ronald Reagan once famously said:

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”

So I see Walid’s team working hard every day for the good old U.S. What are you doing for America? Blogging won’t get it done. Arguing won’t get it done. Waxing on matters sourcing the internet as authority certainly won’t get it done. Thinking the problems for America from the left and from Islam are solved by politics won’t get it done.

How do I know this? Because we have lost already for lack of effort. What we are able to do now is to try to limit the duration of our loss.

Read again, what Lincoln and Reagan said. If we lose America (and we have) it is because of us. We are the first generation to have failed. If you think that your children and grandchildren will have what we have had, then keep on doing nothing. We can all do more. Will we? NO.

Thanks Walid, and your team, for your work.