Audio: Islamic Thinker's Society Member Calls The Glenn Beck Program

The following are not videos. They are actually audio of a member of the Islamic Thinker's Society of New York calling Glenn Beck done in a video format for easier posting. The static picture is of a rally held by the group. Note the black flag of Islam flying over the White House. This is pointed out by Glenn during the call.

It's in two parts due to time constraints.


Part One:

Part Two:


Previous Jawa Report posts about the Islamic Thinker's Society:

The Enemy Among Us: The Islamic Thinkers Society of NY


Muslims in NY: "next time we will get all of NYC"


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Taliban Supporters Behind New York Rally Against Muhammed Cartoons


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Domestic Terror Watch: NY Muslims Rally for Islamic Domination of World

Terror Attack in New York: British Consulate Targeted


American Muslims Protest Mohammed Cartoons, Call for Destruction of America


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Posted by: Vinnie at 06:01 AM

Comments

1 Religion of "peace" my ass.
Islamic thinkers? That's an oxymoron!

Posted by: Syndic Nuruodo at November 16, 2006 04:14 AM

2 loved the interview....

its was real funny.

Posted by: jonathan at November 16, 2006 05:08 AM

3 I wish our government or someone would justkill these people. These people are sick, evil, and dangerous.

If I'm on a jury, I won't convict the killers who kill these traitors and advocates of evil, called Islam.

They just need to be ruthlessly sent to hell without mercy.

Posted by: FLLaw33870 at November 16, 2006 05:14 AM

4 Good lord that was disgusting... Made me throw up. ... ugh...

Posted by: G at November 16, 2006 05:47 AM

5 Good lord that was disgusting... Made me throw up. ... ugh...

Posted by: G at November 16, 2006 05:47 AM

6 Good lord that was disgusting... Made me throw up. ... ugh...

Posted by: G at November 16, 2006 05:47 AM

7 As odd asthe conversationwas, and as easy as it is tobrand the caller a fool on a fool's errand, his points don't seem to disagree with mainstream of Islamfascist thinking. One of the many fatal mistakes being made byopponents of Islamfascists was made by Glenn during his interview: diminishing the threat from the enemy and characterizing him as 'crazy' and an extremist instead of dangerous and normal.

If the caller had been speaking more calmly, as when a professor is lecturing and using a tone of accepted fate, then the substance of the call might have been more obvious and the caller would have seemed much more reasonable and influential. Marketing. Which is exactly what has not been achieved by our missionin the middle east.

History teaches us to be on guard for an enemy who has different social customs and behaviors from us because the tendancy is to focus on those quirks and not on the knife he has hidden in the folds of his 'traditional garments'. Remember the Japanese during the late 30's, or the African tribesmen in the 1870's? Both were worthy and determined opponents with strongly held beliefs and customs odd to westerners. Both were defeated but largely because of superior supply and material, and luck, notbecausewe can by cheap blue jeans at WalMart and put our iPods on shuffle.

The North Vietnamese were chided here for being slight and poorly fed, resupplying the lines on bicycles and wearing sandals. The Islamfascists are being branded as crazed extremists fighting an insurgentbattle with makeshift weaponry and desperate measures. Both are dangerous and false assumptions. The enemy has been taught for generations from a book that demands subjigation and domination of anyone who doesn't believe as they do; the penalty fordissent is often death. Their younger members are no less fervent than the dottering elderly and exponentially more able. The enemy looks at the fight as a continuing exercise in ridding the world of non-believers and happily accepts temporary setbacks. The enemy will remain bound to their culture and to the destruction of their enemy whether they are in Spain or Britain or New York.

So don't laugh at the extreme statements of the caller to Glenn's show, and as entertaining as he is don't laugh at Glenn's responses. The enemy is serious about ridding the world of the non-believer and installing Sharia, and they are making steady progress. The enemy is a determined and able one well trained and well supplied to the task. To scoff at their methods and pretend that they can't possibly repel the advances of the west is a fatal mistake. Look at the last election and the loss of support for the mission (and for the poor planning and poor execution from our military's leadership) then tell me that there is nothing to fear.

Dan Patterson
Arrogant Infidel

Posted by: Dan Patterson at November 16, 2006 07:46 AM

8 Look at the last election and the loss of support for the mission (and for the poor planning and poor execution from our military's leadership) then tell me that there is nothing to fear.Posted by: Dan Patterson at November 16, 2006 07:46 AM
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I has less of it now that I had a coule weeks ago.

Posted by: No Fear at November 16, 2006 08:48 AM

9 (Had) sorry.

Posted by: No Fear at November 16, 2006 08:49 AM

10 My brain works faster than my fingers.

Posted by: No Fear at November 16, 2006 08:49 AM

11 Aww shit.

Posted by: No Fear at November 16, 2006 09:24 AM

12 Isn't good to know, Greg, that you and this guy believe the same conspiracy theory about 9/11?

Posted by: Rusty at November 16, 2006 09:35 AM

13 NoFear, where did you take the ebonics? Was it in graduate school? At Harvard?j/k haha!

Posted by: jesusland joe at November 16, 2006 09:46 AM

14 Good luck, Chuck U. Farley.

Posted by: JeepThang at November 16, 2006 09:59 AM

15 It's not starting out to be a good day. My dogs are making me crazy. Don't hold it against me. You have better reasons than that. lol.

Good morning JJ.

Posted by: No Fear at November 16, 2006 10:00 AM

16 Wow .. second clip: all of the talk about the neo-cons and the gov't conspiracy on 911 ..., is this dude an islamist, or a Liberal?

Posted by: yo at November 16, 2006 10:01 AM

17 Ah, well, I have Jewish friends who always vote Democratic, damn them, but I love 'em anyway. So I guess I won't hold it against you in a personal way, NoFear. But just like I tell them, I was once a liberal myself, until I grew up. Haha! Top of the morning!

Posted by: jesusland joe at November 16, 2006 11:03 AM

18 You don't have to answer JJ, but why the change? What changed you? You've been very fair to me, I'd really like to know if it's not too personal.

Posted by: No Fear at November 16, 2006 11:08 AM

19 Ah, well, I've always been this way, it's just sometimes fun on a blog to argue, and see if you can shake the other guy up by being rude. I think most people are like this, and we could all sit down and have a cold beer together, and talk about the OSU-Michigan game this weekend, and who we want to win. Even though I'm from Texas(Abilene), I graduated from the University of Arkansas. So I'm for OSU in a blowout,a USC loss to California, a Rutgers loss to West Virginia, and if the Hogs win out, we're in the national championship game. Of course, all we have to do is beat LSU and Florida, not a very likely scenario.My mother is from Arkansas, and she always wanted one of her children to go there. My sister didn't want to, so that left it up to me. My daddy was from Kerrville, Tx., the city with the most perfect climate in the World, by the way. I guess this is more than you want to know, but as my wife says, once I get started, I never know when to stop.

Posted by: jesusland joe at November 16, 2006 11:29 AM

20 I just happened to be in the car with the radio on then.


Posted by: rightwingprof at November 16, 2006 11:44 AM

21 SIGH.

When is America going to wake up and smell the coffee already? Muslims are an evil force on this planet and need to be stopped. Only a complete roundup and execution of all muslim men, women, and children will bring peace and end terrorism.

A total solution must be undertaken without compromise. Not one of these filthy scumbag muslims must be allowed to live and spread their disease and terror filled agenda.

I ask you Patriots who has the resolve to carry out this glorious and historical task? Let it be the true Americans.


Posted by: Johnny Copeland at November 16, 2006 11:49 AM

22 I thought Glenn did a good job - Jesse is a liar and a manipulative scumbag seeking to overthrow the government and this interview proved it. The Black Panthers were just a warm-up act.

Islam is a totalitarian movement disquised as a religion.

Posted by: Heroic Dreamer at November 16, 2006 12:08 PM

23 Johnny, I responded to your stupidity on another thread. Go away.

Posted by: jesusland joe at November 16, 2006 12:29 PM

24 But just like I tell them, I was once a liberal myself, until I grew up.
Posted by: jesusland joe at November 16, 2006 11:03 AM -------------------

So you grew up. What happened to change your mind as you grew? Why the switch? Or were you just being a smartass. Somehow I don't think you were.

Posted by: No Fear at November 16, 2006 12:43 PM

25 NoFear, my dad was retired Army, served in Korea and Vietnam, and never went to college. Neither did my mother, although she always did everything she could to improve herself, including night classes and correspondence courses, etc. A remarkable woman, I might add.So I had little or no money growing up, although never did I go hungry. I worked to get a car, paid for my insurance, never received an allowance or anything like that.
So, when I got to college, and started with the basics, naturally I gravitated toward the liberal arts. I was never political prior to that, so I just kinda drifted to the liberal side, even though I really wasn't interested in politics.After taking an elective science course, geology, I came into contact with the professor who changed my life. That particular semester found us constantly out in the field collecting fossils and studying rock formations. I had never had so much fun in my life. School was no longer a chore, but sheer enjoyment. From that moment on, I was a geology major. That's how I finished school, and went to work in the oil industry.I worked for a couple of majors, but didn't like that, and settled with a small firm that produces about 2400 bopd, but has major natural gas holdings in Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama. We also own two drilling rigs now operating in Alabama, and are leasing land in central and western Arkansas for gas production. There is an energy boom going on in and around Conway, Ar. I'm living in Russellville, Ar. during the week and going back to Texas on the weekends.Over the years, I have become more and more conservative, especially after having children, and paying out taxes through the yang-yang. Really, I was always conservative, but just had a brief flirtation with liberalism while a freshman in college. This is probably way more than you want to know.

Posted by: jesusland joe at November 16, 2006 01:28 PM

26 Lead on Johnny !! send us emails back from Iraq or Iran or wherever.

Posted by: John Ryan at November 16, 2006 01:29 PM

27
Wow .. second clip: all of the talk about the neo-cons and the gov't conspiracy on 911 ..., is this dude an islamist, or a Liberal?


Is there really a difference between the two? :-P

Posted by: salfter at November 16, 2006 02:21 PM

28 That is the single most intelligent thing I have ever heard you utter, John Ryan. There may yet be hope for you.

Posted by: jesusland joe at November 16, 2006 03:02 PM

29 Good post Vinnie. Islam interrupts the neurons resonsible for logical thought.

Posted by: Howie at November 16, 2006 05:36 PM

30 Thankyou JJ. It helps me to understand the person I'm speaking to.

Posted by: No Fear at November 17, 2006 09:26 AM

31 Well that was scary. It was instructive when the interviewer got the guy to answer whether under sharia law a woman would be able to leave her home without a male escort or without a burqa. I would have like to have heard the next questions be - "Jesse/Mohammad: If you're not an Islamic scholar and don't understand what is involved in Sharia law, why are you convinced it is right for Americans and trying to promote its adoption? How will you get Sharia law instituted in the United States when creating laws to create a restrictive dress code limit the free movement of women would conflict with the U.S. Constitution? How can you peacefully change the laws to install one religion's practices as the law governing every citizen when that is specifically against the U.S. Constitution?"

Posted by: Jill at November 17, 2006 06:33 PM

32 Ok, I have 2 points. We have an Islamic Extreamist on one side of the phone, and a conservative exstreamist on the other. Ok, now Mohammad mentions something pointed out by several other FACTIONS in america. Though he didn't expand upon it, nor did he focus on it but it was interesting. The Reinmach fires (sp?) in Pre-Nazi Germany produced a very interesting law, this law bears striking similarities to a law passed in america post 9/11. EVEN THE NAME, the patriot act is worded almost as if to suggest that it took it's pointers from that nazi law. That scared me, now I also have a 'neo-conservative' friend, a very good friend, the type I am lucky to have. We disagree politically, but still... He says and I quote "I would rather lose some of my freedoms to be safe" This is a refrain quoted time and time again by Bush supporters. I'll agree with it to an extent. Freedom and safety do not always mesh perfectly, I'll admit that, HOWEVER, I do not like to see what the previous 200 some odd years of american history, and american lives have been lost to protect stomped upon by a law that was championed in a very similar form by a different government in a different country with whom AMERICA FOUGHT VERY HARD TO OVER THROW. That is what I hold to be my belief. I'll write it out to you too...

1. The founding fathers of America knew what they were doing.

2. They were very explicit, and they even left us further explainations in their own words to help us understand what they said.

3. George Washington was right, and will remain that way, with reference to the party system.

4. Benjamin Franklin was a liberal.

5. Just like the far left has an evil incarnation (communism) so does the far right (facism)[please lets not forget that little fact shall we? Hitler would be a republican. Just like Stalin would be a democrat. Funny how Strom Thurman would be buddies with a modern hitler and Ted Kennedy would be drinking with a modern Stalin.]

6. If you are forced to refer to opponants of your way of thought by little words connotating mockery and subnormal intelligence (islamifacists, or Rush Limbaugh's fave 'Libs') remember you do YOURSELF A DISSERVICE by making it appear that you cannot compete with them without insulting them. [first rule of debate a personal insult is not a valid point]

oh, and gg nore.

If you wish to mock me or make fun of me go ahead, but realize this if any Bush or best chum of a Bush makes it to the whitehouse in 2008 I will be flying my happy little Christian ass to Isreal to live with the Chosen Children of God, whom we are blessed with our abundance because of our support of them.

Posted by: Steveo at November 17, 2006 08:46 PM

33 Stevo. Don't let the door hit you where the Good Lord split you. SEEE YAA!

Posted by: Duncan Avatar at November 18, 2006 06:27 AM

34 Reply to comment #10. No it doesn't.

Posted by: Greyrooster at November 18, 2006 06:27 AM

35 Stevo.. Hitler was NOT some neo extremest conservative.... he was actually very socialistic in his policies and how he ran the country..

Posted by: The Other Dave at November 18, 2006 10:35 AM

36 Facism IS far right. Socialism is far left, they share some portions of their governmental structure, but when you talk about policies and how it's ran do you not think the Nazi Germany shares some parallels to the current state of America? Now because this is an obviously polarized website (polarized to the far right) I do not expect anyone to agree with anything I say, or even admit I have points. This is the blindness I see from both sides of Government. I do have support for my "opinion" Namely the daily reports on terror threats color coded and dispenced with glee. The Patriot act which essentially centralized the intelligence community in the Executive Branch, with little or NO check and or balance. Fear and control of information, is that not what Hitler did at the beginning of his rise to power? That is a yes or no question, you know what the answer is and it should scare you.

And Duncan Avatar, notice this in my previous post "If you wish to mock me or make fun of me" I called your response, enjoy your stay with the rest of the blind.

Posted by: Steveo at November 19, 2006 07:18 PM






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