A Government in Submission

Bill Schanefelt

Submission is the essence if not the translation of Islam.

It now appears that the entire federal government is in a state of submission.

John Batchelor recently interviewed Sebastian Gorka of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies on his WABC radio show (pick up at about 9:16).

They discussed the recent article by Westminster Institute in which extensive coverage was given to "...a secretive review of all federal law enforcement and military counter-terrorism training.  This process has already blacklisted several recognized authorities and is expected to forbid future use of terms such as 'jihad. or 'Islamist terrorism.'"

Once the issue was first raised by the confirmed leftist, Spencer Ackerman, the Obama administration moved quickly and forcefully in its crackdown on the use of certain words in counter-terrorism training in federal agencies.

Apparently spurred by Dr. Gorka and the Westminster Institute, Rep. Sue Myrick (R-NC) is writing, along with several of her colleagues, a letter to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. about her concerns with respect to the actions taken in pursuit of this crackdown.

Myrick, and other members of Congress who sign onto the letter, are asking DOJ and DOD to reveal their plans for the review process, but most importantly, they are asking for substantiation on how the changes will improve the current model of counter-terrorism training.

The article and texts of Congresswoman Myrick's letters can be found here.

Both the article and the broadcast reveal disturbing truths about what is happening beneath the radar and unreported fully in the dominant media today.

The author is a retired businessman and has held various management and executive positions in the hospitality industry in the Caribbean. He can be reached at billschane at hotmail.com

Submission is the essence if not the translation of Islam.

It now appears that the entire federal government is in a state of submission.

John Batchelor recently interviewed Sebastian Gorka of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies on his WABC radio show (pick up at about 9:16).

They discussed the recent article by Westminster Institute in which extensive coverage was given to "...a secretive review of all federal law enforcement and military counter-terrorism training.  This process has already blacklisted several recognized authorities and is expected to forbid future use of terms such as 'jihad. or 'Islamist terrorism.'"

Once the issue was first raised by the confirmed leftist, Spencer Ackerman, the Obama administration moved quickly and forcefully in its crackdown on the use of certain words in counter-terrorism training in federal agencies.

Apparently spurred by Dr. Gorka and the Westminster Institute, Rep. Sue Myrick (R-NC) is writing, along with several of her colleagues, a letter to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. about her concerns with respect to the actions taken in pursuit of this crackdown.

Myrick, and other members of Congress who sign onto the letter, are asking DOJ and DOD to reveal their plans for the review process, but most importantly, they are asking for substantiation on how the changes will improve the current model of counter-terrorism training.

The article and texts of Congresswoman Myrick's letters can be found here.

Both the article and the broadcast reveal disturbing truths about what is happening beneath the radar and unreported fully in the dominant media today.

The author is a retired businessman and has held various management and executive positions in the hospitality industry in the Caribbean. He can be reached at billschane at hotmail.com