WASHINGTON – Muslims from around the world are coming to America to wage “settlement jihad” and implement Shariah law, a Department of Homeland security whistleblower warns.
The eye-opening observations were made by former Department of Homeland Security officer Philip Haney at the ACT for America 2016 Conference Tuesday.
Haney warned that most Muslims do not migrate to America with the intention of assimilating into American culture.
“The observant Muslim base is the reason for civilizational and/or settlement jihad,” he said. “That is why they are immigrating to America, to come and coalesce into one solid unit with the intention – and it is intentional – to implement Shariah law, which according to Islamic theology is the grace and gift to mankind.”
As a Customs and Border Protection officer, Haney gathered a plethora of valuable intelligence on the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamic organizations. However, in 2009 his superiors ordered him to eliminate critical “linking information” from about 820 records he had entered into CBP’s internal database.
Haney said the Obama administration refused to investigate Muslim Brotherhood members as terrorists because it relied on the Brotherhood and other Muslim groups with ties to terrorism to help shape U.S. counter-terrorism policy. The Muslim Brotherhood is a supremacist group known for establishing scores of fronts – including the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR – that pose as civil rights organizations. The Brotherhood’s agenda is laid out in a document introduced into evidence by federal prosecutors during the largest terrorism financing trial in U.S. history, U.S. vs. Holy Land Foundation, in 2007-08. Obama’s former Attorney General Eric Holder abruptly ended the trial despite its success in shutting down a prime funding source for Hamas, a designated foreign terrorist organization.
In 2012, the administration purged all 67 of Haney’s records dealing with Muslims associated with the Tablighi Jamaat movement. The administration completely erased the records from the database and then investigated Haney for entering the information into the system, which was his job.
Haney chronicled his struggle to expose the truth of jihad and the administration’s effort to stop him in his book, “See Something, Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government’s Submission to Jihad.”
Haney warned the ACT for America audience of existential threats facing America from enemies both foreign and domestic – specifically, the global Islamic movement and progressive leftists. He said the intention of these enemies is “to alter or to abolish” the U.S. government, words which are ironically found in the Declaration of Independence.
Haney noted Shariah precludes any form of human law, including the U.S. Constitution. Therefore, he urges opponents of Islamization to point to the Constitution as the reason for their opposition.
“If you build your rebuttal and your strategy on our founding documents by recognizing what they intend to do, which is to alter or abolish our current form of government, it puts you on a solid foundation, immunizing you from a lot of charges of Islamophobic, racist bigotry, because after all, you’re defending the documents our country was founded on,” Haney reasoned.
Not only do Islamic supremacists wish to abolish the Constitution, according to Haney, but progressive leftists seek to fundamentally alter America by making it more diverse.
This “diversity” was the impetus behind the Obama administration’s massive push to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees in the U.S. by Sept. 30, a goal Obama reached well ahead of schedule.
As WND has previously reported, more than 98 percent of the Syrians who arrived in fiscal year 2016 were Sunni Muslim.
Haney noted the refugee admissions program is very secretive, as the federal government and resettlement contractors often do not alert local officials or local residents when they plan to place refugees in a certain town.
“I ask you, my fellow Americans: If this is such a noble cause, then why are they using such deceitful practices to do it?” Haney asked.
He listed cities where refugees have been placed without the consent of the locals, including Rutland, Vermont; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Emporia, Kansas; and Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
“This kind of thing is happening all over the country: an abrogation of due process and constitutional principles happening right in front of us,” Haney said. “They are aiding and abetting the Muslim Brotherhood’s goal of settlement jihad, and it’s happening right in front of us.”
As Haney noted, Americans have been told many times there is no way to effectively vet the Syrian refugees, yet DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson claims the U.S. must give voice to the plight of Muslims. That attitude disgusts Haney.
“They’re not even doing the most basic law enforcement approach to protecting our welfare and the integrity of our borders, but they have morphed totally into a civil rights and civil liberties advocacy group,” Haney said. “And anybody who stands in their way will become the violent extremist.”
Haney issued a strong warning to government officials who fail to do their utmost to protect America from the threats it faces.
“History is a fearsome woman,” he cautioned. “If she fastens her eye on you, and you are on the wrong side of history, she will turn you into a stone.”