It looks like Obama isn’t the only one censoring language

Recently Obama had a hissy fit over people calling him out on his deliberate and continuing omission of the words Radical Islam when referring to terrorist attacks carried out by followers of Radical Islam. It turns out he is not the only one responsible for censoring language in an attempt to avoid discussing the problem. During his hissy fit he said that he did not need to name the enemy in order to successfully fight the enemy. I say if he cannot even name the enemy then he is scared of the enemy.

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Look at the example below of how weak America’s Homeland Security Advisory Council has become. Instead of focusing on combating extremism they are issuing guidelines about what words they are allowed to use when issuing press releases.

A report by the Homeland Security Advisory Council released days before the Islamic terror attack in Orlando, Florida, stressed the importance of combating extremism by avoiding terms that might offend Muslims.

A HSAC subcommittee first created by DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson in 2015 published its report on June 9.

Some instructions found in the report include:

  • Officials should not use the word “jihad.”
  • Officials should not use the word “sharia.”
  • Officials should not use the word “takfir,” which is done when one Muslim accuses another of apostasy.
  • Officials are instructed to “reject religiously-charged terminology and problematic positioning by using plain meaning American English.”

“We must speak with honor and respect about all communities within the United States,” the Daily Caller reported Tuesday. “We should give dignity to the many histories and diversities within our nation and advocate for a consistent whole of government approach that utilizes agreed terms and words. Tone and word choice matter.”

– The Washington Times

For those of you who may think that the above sounds reasonable, and that our officials should be careful with their words, I have this to say: facts are not ‘religiously charged terminology.’ If a Catholic massacred 50 people  in the name of the Pope and the Vatican claimed responsibility for the attack then that is what happened. Yes, it might upset innocent Catholics who had nothing to do with it but the facts are the facts.

The facts are that the man who massacred the people in the nightclub was Muslim. He said he did what he did for ISIS, which is a terrorist group that represents Radical Islam. He targeted a gay club and the only countries in the world that execute gay people for being gay are Islamic countries. So, his religion is very relevant to the story. Jihad is the correct Islamic word to describe what he did. Sharia is the correct word to describe Islamic religious law that says homosexuality is a sin that should be punished. Takfir is the correct word to describe when one Muslim accuses another of apostasy.

If a Maori gunman killed a family of Maori from another tribe would we avoid using the word Whanau to describe those who were killed? If he did it for revenge would we avoid using the word Utu? This censorship of language by the Homeland Security Advisory Council is embarrassing. In the old days before political correctness took hold our leaders had no difficulty naming the enemy or using the correct words to describe what they had done. We seem to be in the hands of people who are more concerned with offending the Muslim community than actually speaking the truth about the radical individuals who live among them.

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The problems with the American Homeland Security Council are not limited to their censorship of language.

As the country still reels from the terror attack on a Florida nightclub perpetrated by a radical Muslim, news of another radical Muslim has emerged – only this one was hired by Barack Obama and placed on a U.S. Homeland Security subcommittee.

One of the new members of Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council’s (HSAC) Subcommittee on Countering Violent Extremism is a 25-year-old Syrian immigrant who has not only outright rejected ever accepting the idea of truly being an American, but has praised the 9/11 attacks as a positive good, and indulged constant racist attacks on white people on Twitter.

As Daily Caller documents, Laila Alawa was hired by Barack Obama to join the Department of Homeland Security–an agency set up to stop another 9/11 attack–even though she has praised 9/11 as a good thing.

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There are many, many more tweets just like these, tweets attacking the U.S., some tweets slamming the American concept of freedom of speech, many more attacking whites–especially white men–and others celebrating terrorism.

This is the person Barack Obama has put on a committee of our Homeland Security Department. And is it any surprise that this committee is advising the U.S. government to eliminate Muslim words such as “jihad,” “sharia,” “takfir‘ or “umma” when talking about the problem of radical Islamist terror all in order not to “offend” Muslims?

Daily Caller has much more on this, but suffice to say, this woman has shown a thorough disdain for the very country she is charged with helping make secure. One also wonders what sensitive materials she is allowed to get hold of in her position. What is her security clearance?

 –bizpacreview.com


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