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The Brotherhood: America's Next Great Enemy                                                                                                  A review by Jack Kettler

The Brotherhood: America's Next Great Enemy
By Eric Stakelbeck
Regnery Publishing

Eric Stakelbeck is a terrorism expert for CBN News. He covers the growing threat of radical Islam here in America, Europe and around the world. He is the host of the weekly CBN program, Stakelbeck on Terror.

In this work, Stakelbeck makes the case that “Al Ikhawn Al Muslimum,” the Muslim Brotherhood (M.B.), is probably today the primary threat to the Christian West in the 21st Century.

To make matters worse, our current leader who was one time known as Barry Soetoro has befriended and takes parenting advice from the Islamic supremacist, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who admires Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf, and whose country (Turkey) has never acknowledged or repented of the genocide committed against millions of Armenians and Greek minorities during the early part of the 20th Century. Shockingly, Erdogan has said: “Democracy is like a train that takes you to your destination and you get off.” Next stop, Grand Sharia station. (166)

Stakelbeck draws attention to the insane policy in Europe with lax immigration laws, suicidal multicultural policies, and draconian political correctness. (94) Unfortunately, this same policy for surrender to the medieval genocidal religion of backward Arab culture is moving full steam ahead in America.

Stekelbeck points out the flawed policy of the Obama administration's naive belief that they can flip die -hard revolutionary Islamists into becoming reliable American allies. (273)

After reading Stakelbeck's book, I predict that the following trends will begin to manifest themselves in the U.S. following the pattern already emerging in Europe, which is well on its way and probably doomed to become Eurabia:

Muslims will begin wielding increasing pressure on business, schools, cities and states, demanding and obtaining special privileges allowing them to practice sharia laws in effect creating a separate legal system. Critics of Islam will be denounced as Islamaphobes by a complicit and compliant media. Individuals who speak out against the Muhammadan onslaught and its threat to Constitutional freedom will be subjected to lawsuits designed to bankrupt them into silence.

Muslim clerics will begin issuing Fatwās or death threats against those who speak out against the Koran and Mohammad. At some point as their numbers increase, Muslims will begin rioting and begin outright assaults on Christians and Jews while shouting “allahu akbar.”

Armed Muslim groups will start attacking their critics and Muslim gangs will start raping non-Muslim women (a reality in Europe) who do not adhere to Islamic dress codes. Muslim enclaves in larger cities will become off limits to non-Muslims and even the police will stay out of these areas effectively turning certain areas into separatist zones where the U.S. laws will not be enforced.

Hopefully, Stekelbeck's book receives a wide hearing, especially in the evangelical community. Stakelbeck has a multi pointed program to turn things around (274, 275) and will work if implemented. The biggest challenge to Stakelbeck's program will be overcoming politically correct ignoramus media talking heads and cowardly politicians who only have one goal, namely, getting re-elected.

Mr. Kettler is the owner of http://www.Undergroundnotes.com where his theological, philosophical and political articles can be read.