You are being sold down the road America . . .

. . . your own President is the auctioneer.  YOUR TAX DOLLARS FUND TERRORISM VIA CITIGROUP AND AIG BAILOUTS.

Yerushalmi discusses AIG-Shariah case: MUST READ


“And, every single word of “outrage” by the Treasury, the Fed, or Obama himself over the bonuses, is patently a political show–interpreted by the Left as sincere and a left-over Bushism, and by the Right as incompetence–but which in truth is little more than Obama’s decision to use this affair as more diversion akin to the Rush Limbaugh diversion. Every week it seems there is a new diversionary theme to keep this easily occupied, giant, spoiled infant we call the new American majority voting constituency consisting of mostly tax recipients not payers, preoccupied.

 “Quite a stratagem. And, to what end? Look at the size of government now and the growth vector it is on, the push for “international regulatory solutions” being hatched quietly and daily in Washington, London, Dubai, Beijing, Paris, Munich, and Moscow, the retreat and concessions made daily to the Shariah-driven forces around the globe, and all of that should begin to suggest at least what is at stake here if not in the works.”

More from WND on suit against government re: AIG and Shariah finance


AIG, which is now a government-owned company, engages in Shariah-compliant financing which subjects certain financial activities, including investments, to the dictates of Islamic law and the Islamic religion.

According to the complaint, AIG itself describes “Sharia” as “Islamic law based on the Quran and the teachings of the Prophet [Mohammed].”

The case accuses the company of employing a “Shariah Supervisory Committee” that includes Sheikh Nizam Yaquby from Bahrain, Mohammed Ali Elgari from Saudi Arabia, and Muhammed Imran Ashraf Usmani from Pakistan.

The law center described Usmani as the “son, student, and dedicated disciple of Mufti Taqi Usmani, who is the leading Shariah authority for Shariah-compliant finance in the world and the author of a book translated into English in 1999 that includes an entire chapter dedicated to explaining why a Western Muslim must engage in violent jihad against his own country or government.”

The complaint further cites the obligatory “zakat” which under Shariah is a religious tax that must be directed to those in jihad.

“The ‘zakat’ religious tax is used to financially support Islamic ‘charities,’ some of which have ties to terrorist organizations that are hostile to the United States and all other ‘infidels,’ which includes Christians and Jews,” the center said.

It cited the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development as an example. That organization was convicted of providing millions of dollars to Islamic terrorists, the center said.

“As a direct consequence of the taxpayer funds appropriated and expended to purchase and financially support AIG, the federal government is now the owner of a corporation engaged in the business of collecting religious taxes to fund interests adverse to the United States, Christians, Jews, and all other ‘infidels’ under Islamic law,” the center said.

“This lawsuit is as much about protecting constitutional principles as it is about protecting our national security and preventing another 9/11, whether overtly through direct attacks or covertly through a taxpayer funded stealth jihad,” Thompson said.


5 Responses to You are being sold down the road America . . .

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  4. ratyoke says:

    I bought this book because I am planning on buying a Sherline mill soon. Like the other reviewer said, this book is more like an extended manual for Sherline machines. Which is why I am giving it 5 stars. If you do not own or plan to buy a Sherline machine I think this book will be of much less interest to you. Maybe look for it in the library or a book store and look through it first and see if its really a book you would want to buy. Remember, the author is the owner of Sherline, so every example is using a Sherline machine. He frequently talks about the different machines and accessories Sherline makes. Despite this, he really doesn’t come off as sounding like he is trying to sell his machines. But I may be biased since I had already decided to buy a Sherline mill before I bought this book, so he doesn’t really need to sell me on anything.

    Its an interesting book, the author talks about a lot more than just machining. For example he talks quite a bit about how his company came to be what it is today. I found this interesting. My only complaint about the book are the examples of work done on Sherline machines. It is almost all model cars, model boats, model planes, or their engines. From what I have read of the author, this is the sort of thing he is interested in, but I wish he could have shown a wider range of things made on miniature machine tools. The work is exceptional, its just I wish there was more variety.

    If you own or plan to buy a Sherline machine, its a 5 star book. If you don’t own or or plan to buy a Sherline machine, then I think the book is maybe 2 or 3 stars.

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