Our inaugural event for FDI is fast approaching -- so move your kafir tuchas and register.
It's Friday the 19th, from 10 am to noon. Two riveting hours.
The infiltration is so vast and so deep that CPAC, the conservatives' largest gathering in America, does not address jihad. Last year I had to bring Wilders there on my dime (with the help of Spencer, Horowitz, Bostom and his mom).
This year after Obama, it's worse. There is actually a panel called "You've Been Lied To: Why Real Conservatives are Against the War On Terror," and that's it.
The only part they got right was, "you've been lied to." When it comes to islamic jihad, everything is cloaked in lies and silence.
I will be highlighting each speaker as we move closer to the day. Wafa Sultan, former Muslim, psychiatrist, author, “A God Who Hates," who has been called to testify in the Geert Wilders trial; Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, the Austrian human rights activist who is the victim of a criminal complaint filed for “hate speech” under Austrian law for telling the truth about Islam; Steve Coughlin, leading Islamic law specialist at the Pentagon, who was fired after pressure from an Islamic infiltrator; Simon Deng, former slave in Sudan, leading human rights activist against jihad; Lt. Colonel Allen West, war hero, running for Congress, future leadership for America; and Anders Gravers, Danish leader of the Stop the Islamization of Europe movement.
Speaker Spotlight: Simon Deng
I was proud to march with Simon Deng at the Sudan Freedom March (400,000 Dead in Darfur, 2,000,000 South Sudanese and counting), against the jihad in Sudan.
The international media consistently reports on the violence in Sudan, both in the south and in Darfur, in ethnic terms. But Simon Deng, unlike most who comment so knowledgeably about the situation there, was actually a victim of that violence. Simon Deng lived for years as a slave in the Sudan, and now he challenges the UN and the world “human right” organizations: “How long will the world let my so-called ‘infidel’ people be slaughtered and enslaved in the name of the ideology of jihad?”
Simon Deng knows what so few in the West today realize: that the Sudanese in Darfur and southern Sudan were subjected to genocide and enslaved in the name of Islamic jihad – the same Islamic jihad that threatens Israel’s existence, that took down the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, and that has murdered innocent people in London, Madrid, Bali, and all over the world. Simon Deng calls jihad “the worst evil presently confronting the world,” and adds: “Jihad is on the march across the globe, and the people of the Sudan have experienced its cruelty more than any other group on earth.”
“I belong to a people,” Deng explains, “who have been subjected to mass murder, slavery, systematic rape, religious persecution, enforced starvation, dislocation, exile. We are the victims of genocide, both physical and cultural. We have been targeted for annihilation as human beings and as members of a culture. These miseries did not fall upon us from the sky; we have been and remain the victims of the radical jihadist regime in Khartoum….we Southern Sudanese lost 2 million more to what Khartoum calls a holy war against the infidels….We black ‘infidels’ in the South, Christians and other non-Muslims, refused to be ruled by Islam, and we refused to be Arabized.”
And so they were massacred or enslaved. Deng lived as a slave for several years. And now he asks, “How long will mass murder, slavery, religious persecution, systematic rape, enforced starvation, and ‘ethnic and religious cleansing’ be allowed to go on? When will those with the power to act to stop these crimes stand up and say enough is enough? Not long ago - only yesterday in historical terms - after the Nazis slaughtered millions of innocent Jews, the UN was created….But in Sudan, when 1.5 million were lost in a genocide perpetrated by the Islamists, nobody said anything at all.”
Simon Deng will be speaking these all-important and ignored truths at our Freedom Defense Initiative event.
10 am until noon