The positions that Ilhan Omar takes on foreign policy generally lead me to conclude that she is a tool of the Muslim Brotherhood (right-wing Sunnis who strategically play the Shia-led axis of resistance and pro-imperialist Wahhabi/Zionist block against each other). Her positions line up almost perfectly with theirs.
Carlson calls out the federal police state about 3 minutes into this. Ilhan Omar’s response is disappointing and regrettably rooted in partisan/cultural/tribal politics than actual opposition to the system. From Trump-loyaltist three percenters to Democrat-voting Marxists, it’s interesting how few supposed “radicals” actually oppose the system.
Is Ilhan coming through? By Sophie Kasakove The Guardian The Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar has unveiled a bill that would cancel rent and mortgage payments for millions of Americans struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic. Under the legislation announced on Friday, landlords and mortgage holders would be able to […]
As I predicted in 2016, Trump has moved the Republicans to the left of the neoliberals.
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley As something of a radical contrarian, I often feel like my life is comprised largely of coming out of an endless procession of closets, often without even realizing I’m stepping through the doorway. What? You didn’t know I […]
By Tom Williams Truthout.Org At a time of heightened anti-Muslim discrimination and hatred, the Democratic establishment has taken unprecedented steps to single out a Muslim representative for her criticisms of AIPAC and the U.S.’s relationship with Israel. After first publicly rebuking Rep. Ilhan Omar, the Democratic establishment, led […]
Press TV. Listen here. A growing number of Americans are becoming aware of the destructive influence of the Israeli and Saudi lobby in the United States, which has led to anti-Muslim sentiment in some sectors of the country, an American analyst in Virginia says. “More and more people […]