A Muslim extremist who earlier warned that TV’s “South Park” creators should be “afraid for their lives” for insulting Islam’s prophet Muhammad now says that yesterday’s car bomb attempt in Times Square will be just the beginning of a new wave of terrorist attacks.
Younus Abdullah Muhammad, author of RevolutionMuslim.com, told this reporter during a show broadcast on New York’s WABC Radio that America should “absolutely” expect more jihadi violence in New York City.
When asked if the Times Square attack was aimed at the offices of nearby Viacom, which owns the “South Park” series, Abdullah Muhammad deflected the question to condemn U.S. foreign policy instead.
“It was a retaliation for what your government is doing overseas,” Abdullah Muhammad said. “If you want to continue killing civilians, then you’re going to get many incidents that resemble what happened yesterday.”
RevolutionMuslim.com last month warned there is a “very real possibility” that “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will end up murdered like Theo Van Gogh, the Dutch filmmaker killed by an Islamic extremist in 2004 after making a film critical of Islam.
The website then issued a statement pointing out the Islamic punishment for mocking Muhammad is death.
But Abdullah Muhammad said on WABC, “We do not condone nor condemn terrorism,” Abdullah Muhammad said on WABC. “There is no relation between our organization and these attacks.”
Nevertheless, he predicted, “There will be a lot more terror attacks in the Unites States. Probably you should bring your imperial overstretch home before you’re destroyed. … Stop trying to police the world. Nobody likes you people.”
New Book Digs Deep
The Manchurian President, a new book by this reporter reveals untold aspects of President Obama’s mysterious college years.
Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign went to great lengths to conceal normally routine information about the candidate’s college years, including his first two undergraduate years at Occidental College in Los Angeles followed by his final two years and graduation from Columbia University in New York City.
It was at Oxy that Obama first engaged in community activism, delivering what has been described as the first political speech of his career. On February 18, 1981, Obama addressed students gathered outside Coons Hall administration building, exhorting Oxy’s trustees to divest from South Africa.
The Manchurian President finds that speech was arranged by the Students for Economic Democracy, or SEC, a national student advocacy group established by Tom Hayden, principal founder of the Students for a Democratic Society, the radical 1960’s protest movement from which Bill Ayers Weatherman terrorist organization splintered.
The book also reveals the name of an Obama political mentor at Oxy: Professor Gary Chapman, an activist associated with the New American Movement, identified as a “splinter group” of Bill Ayers’s SDS.
Finally, The Manchurian President focuses on a slew of “czars” in the Obama administration, releasing new information on top officials, including Internet czar, Susan P. Crawford.
Crawford spoke at a May 14, 2009 “Changing Media” summit in Washington, DC for the liberal/left media think tank Free Press. Crawford’s “OneWebNow” project lists Acorn as one of its “participating organizations” with another listed as Free Press.
Free Press is a well-known advocate of government intervention on the Internet. The founder of Free Press, Robert W. McChesney, is a professor at the University of Illinois, and former editor of the Marxist journal, Monthly Review.
In February 2009, McChesney, an avowed Marxist, recommended that capitalism be dismantled. “In the end, there is no real answer but to remove brick-by-brick the capitalist system itself, rebuilding the entire society on socialist principles,” wrote McChesney is a column.
The board of Free Press has included a slew of radicals, such as Obama’s former green jobs czar Van Jones, who resigned after his founding of a communist organization became known.
Meanwhile, Crawford and Kevin Werbach, who co-directed the Obama transition team’s Federal Communications Commission Review team, are advisory board members at Public Knowledge, a George Soros-funded public interest group.
A third Public Knowledge advisory board member, Timothy Wu, writes on his blog that in his “spare time,” he is the chair of the “media reform organization Free Press.”
Public Knowledge claims to be bi-partisan, working with groups from both sides of the aisle, including Free Press and the Open Society Institute.
Aaron Klein is Jerusalem bureau chief and senior reporter for Internet giant WorldNetDaily.com. He is also host of an investigative radio program on New York’s 770-WABC Radio, the largest talk radio station in the U.S., every Sunday between 2-4 p.m.