To many people Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Forum, Frank Gaffney of the Center of Security Policy, Pamela Geller of the Geller Report, and Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch are seen as experts when it comes to the threat of Islam or what some of them mistakenly call Islamism or radical Islam.
Wow has time passed by! Nearly a decade ago I penned an article titled “How do you win a war, When you Have no Answers?”. An article which featured quotes by so called experts on the issue of Islam or what some of them call Islamism. A term I refuse to use because it is politically correct terminology that lays cover for the threat of Islam itself.
There are two camps in what is known as the “anti-jihad” campaign. The first being the Fantasy $ellers. A group that features so called experts such as Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Forum (MEF), Pamela Geller of the Geller Report, and Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch. All three have actually come out against banning Islam. Which implies that we can peacefully coexist with the ideology of war and perversion. All three support the Abraham Accords. Which implies that millions of Muslims can be trusted.
From exclusive articles and street reporting, to radio and podcast interviews we here at Logan’s Warning do whatever it takes to do the job the mainstream media will not do. Expose Islam. Here is a recent interview I did with Islamophobia Watch. The main topic of the show was the fraudulent “Islam reform” movement, the players behind it, and why it will fail.
Well friends, unfortunately it looks like I was right on another major issue which involves the threat of Islam. Just like I was right when I opposed the Center of Security Policy’s Frank Gaffney back in 2015 when he implied that Mohamed Zuhdi Jasser (yes, that is his first name) was going to lead a reformation of Islam. How did that work out?
Unfortunately in the “anti-jihad” movement there are two camps. Which I have dubbed the “fantasy-$ellers”, and the “truth-tellers”. For years two of main purveyors of false hope have been The Clarion Project, and Daniel Pipe’s Middle East Forum. Now unfortunately who I used to call the Dynamic Duo, Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, have over the years turned into the Delusional Duo.
In past I have been criticized for well…criticizing what I like to call the “establishment” in this “field”. That “establishment” has some long time members in it, and one of them is so called historian Daniel Pipes.
It took a few days but after Tweeting and Facebooking them my debate challenge, the Clarion Project has responded.