The rooting of political ideology and terrorism (part IV)

The Berlin Christmas Market attack leaves policies promoted by Angela Merkel and President Obama in serious trouble, but Democratic leadership needs them.

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SAN JOSE, Cali., December 22, 2016 — The terrorist attack on a holiday crowd in Berlin this week is an ominous reminder of the world we now face. Islamist terrorists show no respect for civilian lives, nor for the ideals of Western civilization.

The terrorist siege of Europe is the terrorist siege of the entire world, including the United States. Unfortunately, the threat of terror is not obvious to all governments. Those who don’t see it can’t protect their citizens from the barbarians at the gates—or within the borders. That shoe fits German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and many Democratic leaders in the U.S.    

Following the Christmas market attack, Merkel admitted that it was likely motivated by terrorism. She added that it would be “hard for us all to bear” if the terrorist was found to be an “asylum-seeker,” a reference to the thousands of Syrian refugees in Germany.

The thought of Syrian refugees committing terrorist acts will be hard to bear for the survivors of those attacks and their families as well. It will be zero comfort to the 12 people who died.

Merkel’s liberal immigration policies opened the gates for would-be terrorists. Those policies are similar to the liberal immigration policies of American Democrats.

President Obama and Hillary Clinton have both called for increased Syrian refugee immigration into the United States. It takes little imagination to see that just one terrorist among thousands of refugees can kill many civilians. We’ve seen that repeatedly in Europe.

Democrats, President Obama, and Terrorism

ISIS has already claimed credit for inspiring the Berlin attack. According to Obama, that claim does not mean much. ISIS has claimed credit for terrorist attacks in the U.S., such as the Orlando night club massacre, but Obama claimed in his final foreign policy speech that, “No foreign terrorist organization has successfully planned and executed an attack on our homeland.”

Obama has welcomed representatives of thegroup Black Lives Matter into the White House, and Clinton has praised them as well. Democratic leaders consider the organization a genuine civil rights group. Yet earlier this year, Blake Simons, a BLM leader, issued a serious threat to the nation regarding the Constitution of the United States.

Simons was then the deputy communication director of the Afrikan Black Coalition. He wrote an article, “A New Constitution of the Bullet,” in which he claimed that after months of participating in the Black Lives Matter movement, he came to the realization that “the Constitution is the root of virtually all our problems in America.”

The Obama Administration and the current Democratic Party ignore, deny or reinterpret acts of terror and violence for the sake of preserving and perpetuating political power. There is, however, growing disgust with regard to Obama’s feeble efforts to curb terrorism within America’s borders.

Citizens who care about the nation need to awaken, look around, and use common sense to define reality, not rely on media elitists to tell them what to think about Islamist terror in the service of jihad against western nations and their citizens.

Some people have awakened and are disgusted. Some are filled with genuine fear, and this may be a fundamental reason why Donald Trump won the election. But Democratic leaders seem not to interpret reality this way. 

Democrats, President Obama, and Terrorism (Part Two)

President Obama’s final foreign policy speech was his attempt to sanitize his role in the war on terror, but in light of the more frequent and brutal terrorist attacks, he looks more like Germany’s Merkel, now portrayed with blood on her hands. America seems increasingly like any other nation in a world where terror is part of normal daily routines. We can lay this at the feet of the Democrats in the Obama Administration.

The Democratic Party has always tolerated violence as an instrument to manipulate and control citizens of the Republic. Obama is just the latest in a string of Democrats who have denied and reinterpreted the outcomes of violent acts, and even capitalized on fear and destruction to promote their Party.

One recent example is the use of union heavies, Mexican gang members, and radicalized student organizations to attacking supporters campaign rallies of Donald Trump. In extreme cases, video proof has demonstrated that the origins or planning of such attacks was linked to the Democratic National Committee.

The threats of violence and actual violence against Trump supporters during the campaign does not indicate that all Democrats or Democratic leaders were on board with the DNC leadership who tolerated, condoned or authorized it. And the media played a role, helping create the illusion that these were spontaneous acts of violence due to the lack of local law enforcement’s crowd control and the great temptation for emotional outburst in such highly charged and politically polarized events. The media’s lack of concern or interest in who orchestrated the events is appalling, yet it speaks loudly.  

Today, the Democratic Party may be different outwardly from Andrew Jackson’s party, but it still harbors disdain for the ideals of the Declaration of Independence and open contempt for the Constitution. Democratic leaders who dishonor the principles of the Founding Fathers cannot be considered true Americans. They are Americans only in name.

Democrats, President Obama and terrorism (part three)

Obama’s actions as president have often been discordant with the fundamental values woven into the founding documents of the United States. It is not by accident that he downplays the global threat of terrorism to the American people and refuses to acknowledge that his policies to counter terrorism have been ineffective. If his administration were less sympathetic to Islamist terrorists, his government would not need to rely on groups like Black Lives Matter and the New Black Panther Party in order to promote chaos inside the nation’s borders.

Chaos and fear fragment the people’s affirmations of faith in the founding principles, and can lead to manipulation and the control over the entire population. Those who can thwart these efforts are patriots who love America, and reject Democratic leaders and policies that have little to do with the original blueprint of the Land of the Free.

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Dennis Jamison reinvented his life after working for a multi-billion dollar division of Johnson & Johnson for several years. Now semi-retired, he is an adjunct faculty member at West Valley College in California. He currently writes a column on US history and one on American freedom for the Communities Digital News, as well as writing for other online publications. During the 2016 presidential primaries, he worked as the leader of a network of writers, bloggers, and editors who promoted the candidacy of Dr. Ben Carson. He founded the “We the People” Network of writers and the Citizen Sentinels Project to pro-actively promote the values and principles established at the founding of the United States, and to discover and support more morally centered citizen-candidates who sincerely seek election as public servants, not politicians.