Benedict Grover: Norquist Fights for the Jihad in Afghanistan


In this, the latest act of subversion and sedition by the stealth jihadist of the GOP, Grover Norquist wants to pull out of Afghanistan (as a, ahem …."money-saving measure") and leave that country to Islamic supremacists.

I have been exposing the enemy within the upper echelon of the Republican ranks, namely Grover Norquist and his cell of stealth jihadists, including Suhail Khan, who was recently outted in a video, saying, “The early Muslims loved death, dying for the sake of almighty Allah, more than the oppressors loved life,” said an impassioned Khan, who wiped away tears throughout his speech. “This must be the case when we are fighting.” (Below photo: Grover Norquist and Suhail Khan.)

 I lost my Newsmax gig because I crossed the Grover. He has been undermining the right since the nineties. Enough.

Norquist Nexis: Newsmax Nixes Atlas (March 2010)


Grover Norquist Hiss (Feb. 2010)

Pamela Geller, Frontpage Magazine Interview: Grover Norquist … (March 2010)


What is it going to take for conservatives to purge these enemies from our ranks? I do not believe that Grover's dirty money trumps the ethics and integrity of the candidates and elected officials we want to support. Any Republican who takes any of  Grover's wahhabi wad of wicked wealth must be targeted, exposed and shunned.
His days of deception are over.

If you want any further evidence of conservative support for the war effort in Afghanistan, look no further than Grover Norquist’s laughable effort to organize a “center-right” coalition against the war. Apparently, Grover wants to pull out of Afghanistan as a money-saving measure — a line of argument, which if followed to its natural conclusion, should also have led us to pull out of World War II while Hitler or Tojo were still in power or to end the Civil War while Jefferson Davis still ruled the South. Think of all the millions we could have saved by ending wars prematurely — quite a bonanza, especially if you ignore the rather substantial costs of defeat.

Norquist seems quite enamored of Ronald Reagan’s pullout from Lebanon after the suicide car-bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut in 1983. Perhaps he is not aware that this incident was routinely cited — along with the U.S. pullout from Somalia in 1993 — by Osama bin Laden in the 1990s to justify his belief that the U.S. was a “weak horse” that could be attacked with impunity. Note to Grover: Even the great Ronald Reagan was not infallible.

With arguments like that, it is no surprise that Norquist has attracted to his cause such conservative luminaries as … Steve Clemons? Jim Pinkerton? Charlie Kupchan? If those are genuine representatives of the conservative movement, then I’m Donald Duck.

Somehow I think the conservative base is pretty secure for the war effort, because it understands what Grover does not: that we are locked in an existential struggle against Islamist extremists and that defeat in Afghanistan would have severe consequences for us that make the cost of winning the war seem cheap by comparison. It’s the lack of liberal support for the war effort that we have to worry about.

Wrong. What Max Boot does not understand is that Grover does understand, only too well. Boot has missed the real story behind this subterfuge.

In the past, a  number of readers have questioned my choice of venue for the historical counter-jihad events I have held in the past three years — bringing Geert Wilders to CPAC, a jihad conference featuring Wafa Sultan, Steve Coughlin (Pentagon), Simon Deng (Sudan), Anders Gravers (SIOE, Denmark), Elizabeth Sabaditch-Wolff (before anyone had ever heard of her), and Allen West (before his victorious election). This year I am bringing the Ground Zero mosque to CPAC and premiering the new groundbreaking AFDI/SIOA film, The Ground Zero Mosque: The Second Wave of the 911 Attacks.


Many people feel, and rightly so, that the American Conservative Union – the political Right’s largest and most influential grassroots umbrella organization and sponsor of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) — has abandoned conservative principles and morphed into some fleshy, ambiguous, compromised political machine doling out money and favors for cronies, when it is doing anything at all. I agree. Wholeheartedly. It has been co-opted.

Grover Norquist and Suhail Khan have infiltrated CPAC at the senior level. The Muslim Brotherhood controls the information and dissemination of everything you see, hear, and read on Islam, unless you do your own research, your own study, and frequent blogs like mine and Spencer's. Everything is Muslim Brotherhood propaganda. The Muslim Brotherhood has done at this at the senior level of every government agency. And the media is in lockstep as well. "The strategy of power broker Grover Norquist [is] his wicked project to dress Islamists up as patriotic Republicans so they can infiltrate the government."

Grover Norquist hoped to…harness votes from the country's growing Muslim population by creating the Islamic Free Market Institute in 1998. He did so with significant financial help from Abdurahman Alamoudi, then one of America's most influential Muslim activists and head of the American Muslim Council.

Today, Alamoudi is serving a 23-year prison sentence after admitting to illegal transactions with Libya and being part of a plot to assassinate the then-Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. Alamoudi was also found to be a long time secret financial courier for Al Qaeda while at the same time being routinely invited to the Clinton White House for receptions and meetings. (IPT)


The ten thousand great Americans who will be attending CPAC are not sharia compliant. The patriots attending CPAC are not Islamists and are not willing to hand America over to sharia (Islamic) law. We need to reach them. We need to educate them. They know they are being deceived. They look around their towns and cities and see the unremitting capitulation to Islamic supremacism.

Arm them with knowledge, I say, and what better way then to bring the leading authorities across the world to speak honestly and forthrightly directly to the American people? This must be done if we are to have any shot at saving America.

When I brought Geert Wilders to CPAC, I fought fiercely for months trying to get Wilders on the official CPAC roster. They should have been clamoring to have him. He represents the fight for the idea of American freedom, free speech. After many a discussion, I was advised that David Keene would be giving the Courage Under Fire Award to Geert Wilders for his fight for free speech (the very bedrock of conservative principles, I chided and reminded Keene). Within 24 hours of the decision to give Wilders the Charlton Heston Courage under fire award, it was withdrawn. Heston would not have been pleased. Keene, head of the ACU and also of CPAC, canceled the decision to honor Wilders because of an article in Newsweek in which David Horowitz and Robert Spencer criticized CPAC for its Grover Norquist-mandated refusal to deal with the jihad or Islamic supremacism in any meaningful or effective way. Paul Jacob, President of Citizens in Charge Foundation, was instead given the Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award. Who?

Imagine battling with the American Conservative Union to have a very likley future Prime Minister of the Netherlands, who is being persecuted for speaking the truth, address an audience at CPAC.

Spencer wrote of it a year later here:

At the time I was interviewed by Newsweek, Pamela Geller was working tirelessly behind the scenes to secure a speaking slot for Geert Wilders at CPAC, but CPAC was dragging its feet. With that in mind, I told Newsweek that people were afraid to deal with this issue, and added at Jihad Watch that "Keene's, or someone's, priorities are seriously out of order. Wilders should be front and center at CPAC, and the defense of free speech its central theme."

I didn't know it at the time, but after I was interviewed by Newsweek and before their article appeared, Keene decided to honor Wilders at CPAC and give him an award. But when the Newsweek piece hit, with quotes from me as well as David Horowitz saying, "How is it possible that a conservative conference does not have a single panel on the threat from radical Islam?," Keene was furious. He was so furious that he canceled the award for Wilders and refused to let him speak at all, saying he wasn't going to look as if he was being pushed around by Robert Spencer. Suddenly a few remarks in Newsweek by David Horowitz and me were controlling David Keene's world. Principles? Free speech? Jihad and Islamization? Pah. For Keene, it was just a schoolyard fight, and he was behaving like a schoolyard bully.

And now we hear that Norquist is battling behind the scenes to stop the fight against the jihad in Afghanistan.

Grover and wife

Above photo:Grover Norquist and "Palestinian" wife Samah (Note his alleged beard. Is he wearing lipstick?)

CPAC can be saved from the infiltrators. There is so much we could get done with this organization. Educating the base. We must take CPAC back.

VIDEO of Afghanistan today, protesting against the interference of the mullahocracy in iran:


Brave Afghanis demonstrate against the Iranian regime; they chant: "The Iranian regime is an crocodiles", "Khamenei is sick in the head", "Death to the Mullah Regime of Iran". Also as you see, they are burning and stomping on Ahmadinejad's photo and splattering paint on the Iranian embassy signage. LONG LIVE THE BRAVE PEOPLE OF AFGHANISTAN… hat tip Banafsheh Z.

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