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Former Homeland Security officer: three triggers to bring on Islamic uprising in US

Posted by Ann Corcoran on January 30, 2017

“America has had the audacity to pick someone different from what the world wanted, which was someone who would not be submissive to the global Islamic movement.”

Phil Haney

All hell is breaking loose in America and around the world over President Donald Trump’s executive order of last Friday. You surely couldn’t miss it (unless you hid in the wilderness all weekend) as cable news ran airport demonstration shots on a continuous loop, twitter went crazy, friends fought on facebook and the good ol’ boy chicken Republicans in the Senate predictably wet their pants because they are so scared.


Airport demonstrators in Detroit yesterday. Stand behind Trump now or this will be our future!

But, as you read this, consider that maybe it is time to bring this whole thing to a head, to excise the boil—will America continue to be Islamized via immigration (the hijra) or will we save ourselves now?

Let’s just get it over with!

Have the fight right now about what sort of country America will be for our grandchildren. Will America, in generations to come, be an Islamic caliphate, or not?

Here is Leo Hohmann with Phil Haney yesterday at World Net Daily:

A former Homeland Security officer who spent years screening Muslim immigrants points to three “triggers” of confrontation between the new administration of Donald Trump and the global Islamic movement.

These three issues will spawn a violent backlash in response to Trump as he attempts to implement what many believe are long-overdue reforms.

And Trump has already bumped head-on into one of the hot-button issues – Muslim immigration.

According to Phillip Haney, a founding member of the Homeland Security Department and author of the book “See Something Say Nothing,” the stars are lining up for a major confrontation with the global Islamic movement and its allies on the political left.

The “flashpoints” to watch going forward are these:

~Moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem

~Declaring the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization

~Restricting Islamic immigration into the U.S.

Trump’s executive orders slapping a 120-day moratorium on refugee resettlement and a 30-day ban on those entering on visas from seven terror-sponsoring countries has been met with protests Sunday at airports in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit and Minneapolis.


In Hamtramck, Michigan, the nation’s first city to elect a Muslim-majority city council, protesters descended on City Hall Sunday with signs that included “Ban Bannon” and “We are all Immigrants.”

There were no such protests when former President Obama restricted Christian refugees from entering the U.S. from Syria, Egypt, Pakistan and other Muslim countries.

As Trump tries to rein in concessions given to the Muslim Brotherhood by the previous administrations of Clinton, Bush and Obama, he should expect the Brotherhood and its allies on the left to push back with hell’s fury, Haney said.

There will be lawsuits, ugly protests, and an all-out effort to create chaos in the streets of U.S. cities, he predicts.


As seen at protests in major U.S. airports Sunday, the radical left is eager to take up the crusade of Muslim activism.

Haney says it’s not just American Muslims who will join this fight, either, but global Islamic extremists who are invested in destroying Israel, propping up the Muslim Brotherhood, and continuing the flow of Shariah-compliant Muslims from the Middle East into Western democracies.


“It’s not about Trump. It’s about America,” Haney said. “America has had the audacity to pick someone different from what the world wanted, which was someone who would not be submissive to the global Islamic movement.

More here.

You must do this today!

Send a message to President Trump by clicking here!  Thank him and ask him to stand firm.

Then you must contact your member of the House and US Senators (especially Republicans!) and tell them you support Trump and they better not turn tail and run. We are at a critical turning point in our history and Republicans who wet their pants this week, who show fear, are to blame if Islamic supremacists gain a victory now!

16 Responses to “Former Homeland Security officer: three triggers to bring on Islamic uprising in US”

  1. Stand up for America!! Ask out people who can come to America! Why MUST WE TAKE THEM????! No more buying Star Bucks, just like no Burger King who moved to Canada! Star Bucks CEO who needs those jobs you promise to immigrants? Americans!! Just like these other companies whining they want all the India, China workers they can get?? American workers hired first, no exception and IF, IF any openings left then hire imported labor! Hit them all in their pocketbooks and we will get those jobs!!! America FIRST!!!!


  2. Sent a note to Trump with thanks. Than YOU for the link. A lefty told me today: Trump is the anti-Christ, and Jesus told us that we will go to hell for not accepting refugees. (Hmmm….)


  3. We receive and read three newspapers, look at U.K. news sources on the computer, am on a couple of
    Jewish / Israeli sites for another view point.
    I’m frustrated that our print papers report AFTER the protests occur.

    How about a site suggesting that a PRO TRUMP assembly is possible here, there, and “over yonder.”
    Something like the flashmob folks, but to people that will support President Trump in a non-violent way, and counter
    the snowflakes lack of information with factual info.
    The info of a pending gathering could be organized by state. Us senior citizens would show up in droves !!

    Printed fact sheets could be prepared for support.


  4. Thank you so much! Message sent to our right on the ball President! thanked him for his reasonable, intelligent methods of keeping our country safe!


  5. Rick Barnett said

    Please keep up the good work. Rick Barnett


  6. Ann, the “Refugee Act of 1980” is that what we want our Congress people to rewrite? I don’t want to sic them on the wrong thing.
    Thanks! Let me know when you can.
    James W Nelson, of Forest9patrol, also on WordPress.


  7. Reblogged this on islamnewworldorder and commented:
    With Donald Trump in office more of us are willing say what we think. Ann Corcoran, in this post certainly did, and be sure to see the words between the lines: she leaves no doubt where she stands. She said what I’ve long been thinking but haven’t said for fear of the men-in-black.
    At the end of her post she suggests contacting our president, even providing the link. I took her advice.
    Our president needs to know we stand strong with him.
    Thanks, guys


  8. The President is privy to security data that the press is not. That is why their reaction is so troubling. I thank you, Mr. President, for doing what is necessary to keep American citizens safe!


  9. The Left Goes All In On Open Borders

    Deputy Editor
    11:04 PM 01/29/2017

    January 28, 2017. REUTERS/Kate Munsch

    “No borders. No nations. Fuck deportations!”

    That was the rallying cry of protesters demonstrating at San Francisco International Airport Saturday against President Donald Trump restricting immigration from seven Muslim-majority nations.

    All across America, protests have erupted at airports — already notorious centers for human misery — to show disgust for Trump’s executive order, which has earned the false title of a Muslim ban. Whether in New York or in Chicago, demonstrators made it clear that they thought Trump’s move to temporarily block migration from these nations went against American principles and laws.

    According to these demonstrators, preventing anyone from coming to this country based on their nation of origin or their religion was prohibited by both the Constitution and “our American values.”

    Obviously, there are issues that arise with Trump’s order. Travelers with citizenship in one of the seven banned nations but permanent green cards in the U.S. were detained, which was one of the reasons a New York judge halted the president’s action. That measure may be beyond the original intent of the executive order and the White House has already indicated that they are changing course on stopping green card holders from entering the country.

    There’s also the perception that the law unfairly targets an entire religion and bans its adherents from America. However, the order only affects — temporarily to boot — a small percentage of the world’s Muslims and is based on national origin, not religion. In many ways, it’s only an expansion of Barack Obama’s 2011 executive order banning Iraqi refugees from the U.S. for six months over terror concerns. (RELATED: Majority Of World’s Muslims Untouched By Trump Visa Ban)

    Shockingly, there were no hysterical airport protests then.

    While concerns over green card holders and targeting a religion were aired amid the demonstrations, the San Francisco protesters took it a step further by explicitly calling for open borders, the eradication of the nation-state and, needless to say, the total non-enforcement of immigration law. (On Sunday, they had toned down “fuck deportations” to “stop the deportations.”)

    It seems that the West Coast demonstrators were more blunt in expressing the moral thrust of those gathering at America’s transportation hubs. Rather than a squabble over the semantics of immigration law, the guiding principles of the protest apparently see open borders as morally desirable and that no person should be refused entry to the U.S.

    The hashtag of this movement is #NoBanNoWall, which isn’t too far away from #NoRestrictionsNoBorder. The inevitable signs lecturing the American public that “No person is illegal” were out in full-force, suggesting everyone has the right to come to this country.

    What’s been elevated in these demonstrations in the growing support on the Left for what essentially amounts to open borders — a proposal once only associated with anarchists and fringe libertarians. Now it looks like the hot-new position of woke progressives.

    That’s a major change from only a few months ago. During the election, “fact checkers” fell over themselves to wag their fingers at Trump and his supporters for claiming Hillary Clinton backed open borders — even though she gave a whole speech where she declared how she dreamed of an open borders future. Clinton herself at least put up the pretense she cared about immigration and said she was not for open borders.

    That pretense appears no longer needed.

    The protesters don’t seem to want any restrictions on immigration or enforcement of our present laws. All refugees are welcome. All illegals should be given citizenship. Banning people from this country — unless they’re white racists! — is absolutely wrong. This is the rhetoric emerging from the airport protests and which will likely shape our political discourse over the coming years.

    In years past, Democrats and liberals would argue that they believed in strong security measures when it came to immigration. They supported the construction of a border wall in 2006, and agreed to hiring more border security to put an end to illegal immigration in 2013 as a part of the Gang of Eight deal.

    Now those measures are equated with fascism in the liberal discourse of 2017.

    The Left is now staking the ground that immigration is the core principle of America and newcomers must be welcomed, regardless if they come from a country that is producing a disturbingly high number of jihadis. (RELATED: The Statue Of Liberty Poem Is Now A Weapon In America’s Culture War)

    The lionization of the airport protests by the media and celebrities only further enshrines open borders as the emerging consensus of the Left. To think otherwise is un-American, apparently. One wonders how “open borders is as American as apple pie” will pair with the leftist notion that America is also based on white supremacy.

    Last weekend shows a nation that is drawing very sharp battle lines over the issue of immigration: with one side favoring open borders and the other side wanting immigration significantly curtailed.

    The days when the center-right and center-left could dream of “common sense” immigration reform appear to be vanishing amid a cacophony of “no borders, no nations” chants.

    Read more:


    • michellefromsandiego said

      Has anyone seen a response to this level criticism, especially the concerns about on-line security?




  11. mikekiljom said

    Emails sent last night and again today to not only President Trump but also all my senators and representatives! EVERYONE NEEDS TO DO THIS TODAY!!!

    Also shared this on my Public FB page with my added comments.


  12. My message was sent to WH! I am spreading the word on FB. I hope everyone will do the same!


  13. petzlx said

    Canada don’t agree with Trump


  14. I’m here emailing, calling, spreading the word. Yes, this is the time to stand our ground. Thank you Ann! Mike Dersch.


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