by Kerry Patton

"The Blaze"[1] television network aired a two part series last night and Wednesday night called The Project. It showed how the Muslim Brotherhood[2] infiltrated the United States, is seeking to take over the entire world with Sharia (Islamic) Law, and literally turn the globe into an Islamic Caliphate.

Many facts and true investigative reporting was displayed by Glenn Beck[3] and his team who created The Project. Experts were brought in discussing some alarming findings. For those who have been following Islamic movements, very little should have been seen as new. But for those who don't really "get it," it is something worth watching.

The Project came during a critical time. The Middle East has imploded with violence, Al Qaeda exemplified through the assassination of Ambassador Chris Stevens that it has not been defeated, and Iran[4] continues its nuclear endeavors barking the extermination of Israel.

Glenn Beck reads some pieces from The Project documents that detail plans for the Muslim Brotherhood to infiltrate the United States. After watching the two part series, some questions need to be asked. The most important question is whether anyone in either political party realizes that neither the Sunni sect nor their Islamic rival, the Shi'ites, are worthy any American support.

Not long ago, many astute researchers of Islam said that entering Afghanistan may have been the wrong nation to attack after 9-11. We have been fed insight declaring the Taliban as Al Qaeda's protectors and that Afghanistan was Al Qaeda's "base." All of this information may be true under the physical sense of things. But much more to the story exists.

How many Afghans were on those aircraft on that beautiful September day which sparked the Global War on Terror? How many Afghans actually contributed monetary expenses to see the terror attack come to fruition? To both questions, the answer is zero.

So who did truly support 9-11? Two main nations were behind the 9-11 incident and interestingly enough, they are not friendly to the other—Saudi Arabia[5] and Iran—one Sunni and one Shi'ite state. And yes, Iran was identified as a culprit behind the terror attacks based off a recent federal magistrate's finding. But the United States did nothing to Saudi Arabia and frankly we did nothing to Iran per the 9-11 attacks.

For many years, Republicans and Democrats have declared Saudi Arabia as a "friend" to the United States. But to suggest such is foolish considering they are the financial backer to virtually every global Sunni jihadist initiative.

Saudi Arabia has been identified as financing the majority of all Mosques and Madrassas world-wide. They are the key financier to the second largest international organization as well—the Organization of the Islamic Council—only second in size to the United Nations. And, deep within, they are the current brain behind the Muslim Brotherhood—the very organization identified in The Project seeking to wage a global jihad. They have been known to finance terrorist groups such as Hamas—one of the Muslim Brotherhood's militant wings.

Americans have been fed too much propaganda about Saudi Arabia. They are not a friend to the United States. But they are monetarily powerful through oil which is why elected American officials are willing to bend over backwards to their waking call—misleading citizens about the Kingdom.

And we have been misled. We have been misled about virtually everything taking place throughout the Middle East and Persia. Specifically, we have been misled about Iran too. Don't jump the gun though thinking this is some pro-Iranian article.

Iran is in fact an incredibly dangerous nation. Not only are they seeking nuclear ambitions, they also wage their own jihad through clandestine operations. Iran created the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp. Through the IRGC, Al Quds was created and so was Hezbollah—three incredibly dangerous asymmetric entities executing terrorist tactics.

How many pro-Iranian terror groups can be listed just off the top of our heads? Hezbollah? Now, let's think about that for a moment and identify Sunni based terror groups.

Al Qaeda and all its splinter groups
Jemaah Islamiya
Abu Sayyef
Moro Islamic Liberation Front
Al Shabaab
Boko Haram
Hezb Islami
Lashkar e-Taiba

Of course this list is not complete rather these are just the groups identified without thinking too hard and doing any internet search. Really, these are just the ones we hear about from time to time through the news.

What do all these Sunni based terror groups have in common? They all have either active or passive ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. They also have ties back to Saudi Arabia.

Now, if a nation openly declares that it would love to see Israel wiped off this earth, Israel needs to handle the threat—maybe some of their allies should show them who their true friends are as well by supporting them. But don't think for a moment that Islamists following the Sunni belief haven't sought to see Israel decimated similarly as the Shi'ites in Iran have—but few Western politicians are willing to admit such.

Does anyone see an issue here? Does anyone see the evidence that points to poor decision making by the United States? Does anyone believe that Saudi Arabia, the master behind the Sunni based global jihad, is any less threatening than Iran? By the way, Saudi Arabia doesn't need a nuclear weapon considering their puppet Sunni nation in South Central Asia, Pakistan, already has one.

America has picked a side supporting a Sunni-led global jihad. We picked a side that has been biting us in the butt for many years—a side, per The Project, that has infiltrated virtually every US institution changing the ways we as a nation live.

As mentioned, none of this should be construed as believing Iran should be let off the hook. It is simply meant to show that neither side is the right one. Let's face the facts--when it comes to the Sunni-Shi'ite divide, we have no friends and picking a side has proven deadly.











There are multiple ways to access "The Project." This chilling documentary can be viewed ON DEMAND at TheBlazeTV ( or now on DISH channel 212.

Is there a government cover-up at play?

A 2001 raid in Switzerland unearthed a chilling manifesto now dubbed "The Project," a detailed Islamic blueprint for infiltrating, subverting and ultimately defeating the U.S. and the West. Today, 80 file boxes worth of evidence submitted during the 2008 Holy Land Foundation trial — the largest terror financing trial in U.S. history to date — including "The Project" documents, are being withheld from the American public by the Department of Justice.

On Wednesday, September 26, TheBlaze documentary unit released the first installment of this chilling two-part series outlining how the current administration has stonewalled repeated requests by Congress to release the disturbing documents and for allowing the Muslim Brotherhood greater entree into American government. Further, the documentary reveals just how close American-Islamic operatives from groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) have been to subverting the U.S. and Israel.

The Holy Land Foundation trial

The lynchpin of documentary is found in the Holy Land Foundation trial, which was brought to bear by the Justice Department first in 2007 and then again in 2008 against the Holy Land Foundation, a "charity" that was later found to have funneled more than $12 million to the terrorist organization, Hamas. During the discovery process for the trial, prosecutors submitted 80 boxes of Islamic material including the The Project document. Strangely, the documents were deemed inadmissible as evidence and since sealed from public view.

During the trial, five Islamists were convicted, including a founding board member of CAIR. The documentary also delves into many of the key players and American-Islamic groups currently operating against U.S. interests and discusses other un-indicted co-conspirators in the Holy Land Foundation trial.

Soviet and Nazi parallels

The first half of the documentary provides background on "The Project" documents and how the Muslim Brotherhood has been successfully waging a "propaganda" campaign in much the same way the former Soviet Union did before and during the Cold War. One such push advocated by the Brotherhood is to purge the U.S. and its government of anything deemed offensive to Islam, including teachers, lecturers and library books.

Among those interviewed for the series was Rep. Michele Bachmann, member of the House Intelligence Committee, who likened the "purging" of people and material critical of Islam as akin to the type of purging that was carried out in Nazi Germany at the behest of Adolf Hitler.

TheBlaze documentary team also drew stark parallels between the current climate surrounding the Muslim Brotherhood's infiltration of U.S. government and that of the Communist infiltration of U.S. government during the Cold War. The documentary reminds viewers that after the Hitler-Stalin pact — a non-agression pact between the two nations during WWII — was violated, a contingent of Americans began a Communist "outreach" effort, believing it prudent to incorporate Communists into the U.S. government, including the Treasury Department and the pre-cursor to the C.I.A.

To place the Islamic threat in its proper context, the documentary notes how the Communist Manifesto, by all means nothing more than a minuscule pamphlet, became the greatest "life and death threaten to the Western world" until 1990. Likewise, Hitler's book Mein Kampf (which, ironically means "my struggle," the same as "jihad") provided key insight into the führer's political ideology and goals of world domination long before he put his "Final Solution" into effect.

Juxtaposing World War II and the Cold War with the current war on terror, the documentary also points out how critics of Islam today are being vilified in much the same way as was Republican Sen. Joseph McCarthy, and, ten years earlier, Democratic Senator Martin Dies Jr.. Ironically, both Dies and McCarthy were correct in their assertion that American government had been breached by those who championed a totalitarian ideology anathema to U.S. interests.

Today, those who question the Islamist-influence on U.S. government, or who call terrorism and Islamic extremists by their rightful names, are painted as "bigots" — much like those who questioned one's Communist affiliation was dubbed a "Red Baiter." This policy of shaming Islam-critics in the public square is a propagandist tool engineered to stifle honest and open dialogue.

Ironically, one of the panelists noted that were President Ronald Reagan in the Oval Office today, he would have considered Islamism a far more grave threat to the United States and greater Western world than was the Soviet Union.

Dr. Nabi Fai

As "The Project uncovers, there are more insidious ways of espionage than the traditional use of spies. Directing affairs of the state and influencing its operations may not be "tangible," but that is what some Islamists are currently doing.

With this in mind, the documentary also explores the story of Dr. Nabi Fai, director of the Kashmiri-American Council who was exposed as a member of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), a Pakistani intelligence agency officially listed by the U.S. government as a terrorist organization. Fai received over $1 million from the Pakistani government to donate to the various political campaigns. In the end, he contributed to the campaigns of President Barack Obama and Senator Dick Durbin among others. Andrew McCarthy, chief prosecutor of the "Blind Sheik," noted, however that such donations and corruption are both widespread and bipartisan.

Be sure to tune into TheBlazeTV ( or DISH channel 212 Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 8:00 p.m. ET for the release "The Project" and while watching, consider the following Abraham Lincoln quote: "America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves."


APPENDIX 2. PART II: Video: "The Project" by Jeremy Smith, October 3, 2012,

Kerry Patton, a combat disabled veteran, is the author of Sociocultural Intelligence: The New Discipline of Intelligence Studies and the children's book American Patriotism. You can follow him on Facebook or at This article appeared September 28, 2012 in the Examiner and is archived at

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