January 29, 2010, - 4:04 pm
You know what the best way to combat extremism is? Pick the most extreme people to head up the “search” and call them moderates. Then, you can say there are no extremists, because , hey, you took the most extreme ones and designated ‘em as softies from the land of lollipops.
The Lesbionic Woman & Imad Hamad: Rooting Out Extremism, One Mirror at a Time
(Hamadafat by Six Meat Buffet/Preston Taylor Holmes)
(Lesbionic Woman by David Lunde/Lundesigns)
That’s what Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano a/k/a The Lesbionic Woman did, yesterday, when she hosted marriage and immigration fraud perpetrator, FBI award revokee, and “former” Islamic terrorist Imad Hamad and enlisted this open supporter of Hezbollah and HAMAS on a new committee she created to focus on civil rights and root out extremism in the Islamic community. Also tapped for this task that will never occur was Hassan Jaber, a vehemently anti-Israel supporter of Islamic terrorism, who continues to perpetrate hundreds of millions of dollars in Medicaid and social security number fraud via his agency, ACCESS–the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services. The full list of participants in the event is here.
As I’ve noted before, the Muslim-dominated ACCESS not only gets millions in federal and state dollars (as well as United Way funds–a reason I’d never give UW a dime), but it facilitates the illegal immigration of Muslim aliens from all over the world, and it actively lobbies in violation of its charitable status to relax immigration laws and laws prohibiting donations to Islamic terrorist groups like HAMAS and Hezbollah. ACCESS also gave tax-funded commercial driver’s license training to members of the Detroit Terror Cell who planned to blow up a U.S. Air Force Base at Incirlik, Turkey, and sites in Disneyland and Las Vegas.
Yup, these two guys, Imad Hamad and Hassan Jaber, are exactly who you want if you’re looking to extracti Islamic extremism . . . from their mirrors.
In case you were wondering, most of the the rest of the participants are similarly from the Muslim extremist alphabet soup around America. They can find extremism in the reflection of their mirrors, too.
Tags: ACCESS, Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, Extremism, Hassan Jaber, Imad Hamad, Islamic extremism, Janet Napolitano