Former Obama FBI Counterintelligence Assistant Director: Americans Must Learn To “Accept” Terror Attacks As A “New Way Of Life”

The former Federal Bureau of Investigation Counterintelligence Assistant Director under Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah has come out with one of the most absurd and offensive statements I think I’ve heard from someone who claims to be an American.

Cesare Frank Figliuzzi, who served as the former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI from February 2011 to July 2012, wrote a piece at NBC titled “The Rise of Soft-Target Terror Attacks Is a Symptom of Police Success.”

The piece, which was published after the latest Islamic jihad attack in New York, begins by asking, “Is this our new normal?”

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NBC even promoted the piece with a tweet that said, “Americans must prepare for a future where terror is routine.”

“To be clear, any loss of life is a tragedy and law enforcement will always work tirelessly to avoid it. But there is inevitable evolution happening as the old pass/fail view of counterterrorism pivots towards a containment and mitigation strategy,” wrote Figliuzzi.

“But just as officials are adjusting their perspective, it may be time for the public to adjust as well,” he added.

“If we cling to the old view that any successful attack represents a counterterrorism failure, we must also be ready to accept a new way of life. Do we want to view anyone from a different country, with a different set of beliefs, as no longer welcome here?” wrote Figliuzzi.

It seems that Figliuzzi is saying that in order to accept people with anti-American, anti-Christian beliefs, we must accept terror attacks, after all that is the root of what Islam teaches.

I’ll also add that is it a failure of counterterrorism when you have such stupidity that will not acknowledge the ideology of Islam as anti-American and anti-Christian, as well as anti-Western culture in dealing with those they don’t want to deal with.

I’m sorry but he has a fundamental flaw in his reasoning.  It is not relegated to a “different country,” but it is specific to a set of beliefs and for anyone who has actually paid attention those beliefs are tied to the Muhammad jihad driven teachings of Islam, something that Figliuzzi, like Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah and the McMasters of the Trump administration never mention.  In fact, they decry such statements, but look at where these Islamic jihadis get their marching orders and it’s crystal clear for anyone who isn’t seeking to be politically correct in order to justify “diversity.”

“I would argue we do not. Today, the White House is already calling for even more stringent constraints on immigration policy. Taken to its illogical extreme, this approach to counterterrorism will preclude anyone from anywhere from entering the U.S. if any of their fellow nationals has ever committed a terror act. That’s not who we are,” he concluded.

And there is the problem staring us in the face.  He wouldn’t argue that we should say to some people with anti-Christian and anti-American beliefs that they are not welcome.  He then begins broadbrushing terrorism instead of dealing with reality.

Sure, men are wicked and evil from all countries, including our own, but having a specific belief system that demands that you murder the infidels and make sex slaves of their wives and children, that you charge them the jizya and that you cut off their heads, hands and feet is not an ideology we want in America, even though we have allowed it to be publically proclaimed in mosques throughout the country.

No, it’s seriously time that America remove the public mosque worship of Islam and target those who hold that ideology from entering into the US.

Figliuzzi is doing nothing more than echoing the ridiculous notions of Sadiq Kahn, a Muslim and mayor of London.

On a trip to New York City back in September 2016, London’s Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan has said terror attacks are “part and parcel” of urban life, just hours after an Islamic terrorist bombed the city.

Mr. Khan had spoken at a “meeting for Muslim community leaders” where he also addressed the attacks.

“It is a reality I’m afraid that London, New York, other major cities around the world have got to be prepared for these sorts of things,” he said, the Evening Standard reports.

“That means being vigilant, having a police force that is in touch with communities, it means the security services being ready, but also it means exchanging ideas and best practice,” he added.

Instead of condemning the ideology of Islam which was behind the bombing in Manchester at the Arianna Grande concert, Khan sought to attack those of us pointing out the ideology behind the attack.

He slammed “some people who try and divide our communities,” people who, “say things they shouldn’t be saying,” along with “people who try to commit acts of terror.”

No, my friends, we do not have to accept Islamic terror attacks as normal as long as we are willing to stand against it and rid ourselves of its demonic influence in our society, and that means making tough stands against bringing in known Islamists, as well as dealing with the false god worship of Islami in our society.

If we don’t do that, then sure, we are doing nothing but making ourselves a breeding ground for the snakes of Islam.

A lot of this could be solves as Christians become bolder and begin to preach the Gospel, confronting not only Islamists, but everyone and everything that seeks to exalt itself above the one true God and His law, which is where the foundations of America were laid.

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