Friday, October 15, 2010

Former Congressman Mark Siljander, GOOOH founder Tim Cox on Truth Jihad Radio

Truth Jihad Radio Sat. 10/16/10, 5-7 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in number: (402) 237-2525 or (402) AFR-252, or post your questions to my Facebook page, where Ed Rynearson of RadioDuJour will be putting up hyperlinks about matters under discussion.

First hour: Mark Siljander, former Conservative Christian congressman (R-MI) and author of A Deadly Misunderstanding: A Congressman's Quest to Bridge the Muslim-Christian Divide. Congressman Mark Siljander once despised Islam so much he walked out of a White House prayer breakfast because the prayer was being led by a Muslim! Later, after deeper study of Christianity as well as Islam, he realized how much these two religions have in common, and became a bridge-builder between the faiths and a sort of unofficial (but extremely well-connected) U.S. envoy to various hot spots in the Islamic world. Among other diplomatic miracles, his intervention apparently helped convince Libya to give up its (innocent) Lockerbie suspects and later its nuclear weapons program. The secret? Siljander spoke from the heart and told the Libyans how sorry he was that the US had murdered Col. Qaddafi's baby daughter. (Just think what those magic words "I'm sorry" could accomplish in the case of, say, Israel apologizing to the Palestinians, or the US apologizing to Muslims for the false-flag 9/11 inside job and the War on Islam it launched.)

In 2008, Siljander was indicted on transparently bogus "support for terrorism" charges. It was alleged was that a group he had worked for had also paid money to Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the leading beneficiary of US support in the anti-Soviet Afghan liberation war. Despite Hekmatyar's career as an American ally, he was suddenly redefined as a terrorist, allowing Zionist US Attorney Bradley Schlozman, an unconfirmed Bush appointee in the Justice Department dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy, to launch his bizarre prosecution of Siljander (who was innocent of the Hekmatyar connection, and is deeply opposed to all forms of terrorism).

Why was Siljander set up for politically-motivated prosecution? According to my well-connected sources, the crucifixion of Mark Siljander was a message - a sort of horse's head in the bed - from the Zionist forces behind the 9/11 coup d'├ętat. The message was simple: Get in the way of our War on Islam and you're toast. (For a relatively fair account, check out the Wikipedia entry on Siljander.)

Siljander's book A Deadly Misunderstanding does indeed represent a major obstacle to the War on Islam. I have an Islamic Studies related Ph.D. and have taught introduction to Islam courses at UW-Madison and Edgewood college, and mini-courses at several Wisconsin churches; and never have I seen an approach to real interfaith dialogue as promising as that of Mark Siljander - a true follower of Jesus. Anyone who wants to end the current Wars of Religion (i.e. the 9/11-instigated War on Islam) needs to hear Mark Siljander's amazing message.

Second hour: Tim Cox of GOOOH (Get Out of Our House: A Nonpartisan Plan to Evict the Career Politicians from the U.S. House of Representatives). Tim Cox's plan to radically transform American political culture by evicting the entire House of Representatives has a lot going for it: Simplicity, nonpartisanship, and a feasible organizational strategy. If it works - and it just might, given the ever-growing disillusionment with politics-as-usual - Cox will go down in history as a top-tier American hero. Can he pull it off? Listen to the interview and, if you like what you hear, consider joining GOOOH and working for the (nonviolent) Second American Revolution.

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