Skip to comments.Minnesota groups seek money to keep youths from extremism
Posted on 01/30/2016 11:26:00 AM PST by Olog-hai
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midnight basketball doesn’t work...
Let’s pay them to not join ISIS! Yeah, that’ll work.
How about anyone who joins ISIS has his extended family deported?
The program is part of a three-city pilot project
Hmmm, And Not a single article on them going after the Violent Extremist Groups like Sierra Club and Greenpeace??
the way to stamp out violent extremism consists of two things
1) islam must have a reformation
2) until it does assume all will kill you and act accordingly
Closing the Liberal public schools?
convert them to Christianity for free
How many tax-payer relief bullets would $400,000 buy?
The only way to insure against sudden jihad syndrome is to have no muslims.
Any of them can go off unexpectedly.
Jihad is part of Islam.
ISIS is following the example of their prophet and his instructions in their book.
Give them one way tickets to Mogadishu
There can be no reformation of Islam. It has jihad and subjugation at its core.
I don’t disagree
How about converting the Muslim utes to Christianity?
Even as early as the Year 1886, such was the case. A man by the name of Zacharias Montgomery was denied an important post in the federal government for doing just that. You will read some of his words below.
With that said, those who love liberty must be willing to come forward to declare that it is better to be remembered for standing on and articulating enduring principles of right versus wrong, liberty versus tyranny, than to be praised by the mainstream media and so-called "progressives."
I am reminded of the words of Zacharias Montgomery in his 1886 Book entitled "Poison Drops in the United States Senate . . . ." Although his treatise dealt primarily with the public school question, the following remarks might be helpful to those who, today, are concerned by what passes for "public education."
Excerpts from Zacharias Montgomery:
"My countrymen, disguise the fact as we may, there is in this country to-day, and in both the political Parties, an element which is ripe for a centralized despotism. There are men and corporations of vast wealth, whose iron grasp spans this whole continent, and who find it more difficult and more expensive to corrupt thirty odd State Legislatures than one Federal Congress. It was said of Nero of old that he wished the Roman people had but one head, so that he might cut it off at a single blow. And so it is with those moneyed kings who would rule this country through bribery, fraud, and intimidation.So Zacharias Montgomery in 1886.
"It is easy to see how, with all the powers of government centered at Washington in one Federal head, they could at a single stroke put an end to American liberty.
"But they well understand that before striking this blow the minds of the people must be prepared to receive it. And what surer or safer preparation could possibly be made than is now being made, by indoctrinating the minds of the rising generation with the idea that ours is already a consolidated government ; that the States of the Union have no sovereignty which is not subordinate to the will and pleasure of the Federal head, and that our Constitution is the mere creature of custom, and may therefore be legally altered or abolished by custom.
"Such are a few of the pernicious and poisonous doctrines which ten millions of American children are today drinking in with the very definitions of the words they are compelled to study. And yet the man who dares to utter a word of warning of the approaching danger is stigmatized as an enemy to education and unfit to be men tioned as a candidate for the humblest office.
"Be it so. Viewing this great question as I do, not for all the offices in the gift of the American people would I shrink from an open and candid avowal of my sentiments. If I have learned anything from the reading of history, it is that the man who, in violation of great principles, toils for temporary fame, purchases for himself either total oblivion or eternal infamy, while he who temporarily goes down battling for right principles always deserves, and generally secures, the gratitude of succeeding ages, and will carry with him the sustaining solace of a clean conscience, more precious than all the offices and honors in the gift of man.
"History tells us that Aristides was voted into banishment because he was just. Yet who would not a thousand times rather today be Aristides than be numbered amongst the proudest of his persecutors.
"Socrates, too, in violation of every principle of justice, was con demned to a dungeon and to death. Yet what name is more honored in history than his? And which of his unjust judges would not gladly, hide himself in the utter darkness of oblivion from the with ering scorn and contempt of all mankind ?
"From the noble example of Aristides and of Socrates let American statesmen learn wisdom, and from the undying infamy of their cow ardly time-serving persecutors let political demagogues of today take warning."
His book is complete with a history of what he called the "anti-parental" system, documented reports, and other statistics. Read his complete work HERE.
Anyone who reads his complete volume will realize this man's ability to see the consequences of what his fellow Americans were advocating in the area of education of youth.
Too late, I have already guided my nieces and nephews to Taki, Derbyshire, etc, and it doesn’t cost a cent from the public. I want them to learn early what many conservatives never learn.
Truth, Justice, and the American Way.
Would be a lot cheaper to stop importing Somalis.
Right. Violent Somalis? Muslims most likely.
Psychology: Deradicalizing Muslim terrorists
[Iâve never found a better analysis of the Islamo-terrorist mind and culture.]
[More links coming with one-one-one responses ...]
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