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  • July 2, 2021

Is there a difference between them?

The Red-green axis has worked hard to promote the Critical Theory of Race (CRT), anti-Semitism, and all the other anti-American tropes advanced by today’s Democratic Party. For the uninitiated, the Red-Green Axis refers to the active collusion between the far left and Islamic jihadists. It is difficult to distinguish between these groups and the Democrats of today. If we weren’t seeing examples before our eyes every day, it would be hard to believe. And it goes even further than that. If you object, or have simply voted for the wrong people, you join the ranks of those characterized as “domestic enemies” by the Biden administration, Congressional Democrats and their allies in the media, the FBI, DHS, CIA and much others.

Leaving the border wide open has enabled unprecedented drug trafficking and opened the door for terrorists to enter the United States. confirmed by Interior Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, despite widespread denials from Democrats and most of the media. But suggesting that any item on this agenda opens the door to Islamic terrorism gives it the title of “Islamophobe.”

Yet despite the positive spin by the media on virtually everything Biden and the Democrats are promoting, even some elements of the media have enough common sense to note that this could cause problems. A recent study published by Time Magazine highlights, for example, how Iran, the largest state sponsor of terrorism, has jumped on board:

Social media accounts traced to Iranian government-run troll farms have increased misinformation after several major events this year, including Biden’s effort to bring the United States back to the Iran nuclear deal, the announcement of April 14, the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the guilty verdict. by Derek Chauvin on April 20, and the 11-day war between Israel and Hamas that started on May 10 …

…[W]In the days of the conflict that began last month in Israel and Gaza, Twitter accounts linked to Iran were amplifying anti-Semitic messages in English, including the phrases “Hitler was right” and “Kill all Jews.” [sic] at a rate of 175 times per minute, according to an analysis by the Network Contagion Research Institute, which studies misinformation and is affiliated with Rutgers University and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) …

TO US intelligence analysis quoted in the report added that “Iran carried out a covert multi-front campaign of influence aimed at undermining former President Trump’s reelection prospects, albeit without directly promoting his rivals, undermining public confidence in the electoral process and the institutions Americans, and sow division and exacerbate societal tensions in the US. “

As all this is going on, the Biden administration has been working assiduously to relaunch the failed Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that would sanction Iran’s continued development of an atomic bomb, if it has not already succeeded. Next a drone attack by Iran-backed militias in Iraq who did not cause casualties, the Biden administration they launched air strikes in some weapons storage facilities. While touted in the press to suggest a harsh American response, these attacks were largely symbolic, with no known deaths. And to no one’s surprise, they are unlikely to derail JCPOA talks.

Meanwhile, back on Capitol Hill, his most notorious anti-Semite, Ilhan Omar, a children’s poster for the red-green axis, is speaking again. Following Israel’s military response to the latest unprovoked rocket attack from Gaza last May, he accused the United States and Israel of “crimes against humanity, ”Equating the United States and Israel with Hamas and the Taliban. While House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and some other House Democrats issued a lukewarm rebuke to Omar, Pelosi later modified this, saying, “We did not reprimand her. We appreciated – we recognized that he made a clarification. “

However, this is nothing new. Two years ago, the then newly elected representative Ilhan Omar appointed her infamous tweet stating “It’s about baby Benjamins,” referring to Congressional support for Israel. It was severely criticized by many members of Congress, including some Democrats, who proposed House Resolution 183 and condemned it for its anti-Semitism. Pelosi reworked that resolution, flipping it over to implicitly defend Omar, citing “anti-Muslim bigotry and discrimination against minorities,” with “anti-Semitism” a mere dismissal. Instead, it became an indictment of “white supremacy.” The fourth clause says:

While white supremacists in the United States have exploited and continue to exploit bigotry and weaponize hatred for political gain, targeting traditionally persecuted peoples, including African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders and other people of color, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, the LGBTQ community, immigrants and others with verbal attacks, incitement and violence;

The more things change, the more they stay the same. On Tuesday, Omar responded to a question from CNN’s Jake Tapper, saying that despite reprimand from his fellow Democrats, he had no regrets for what he said. With each passing day, it becomes increasingly difficult to see the difference between today’s leading Democrats and the enemies we face around the world.

James Simpson is a bestselling author, investigative journalist, entrepreneur, and economist. His latest book is Who was Karl Marx?? The men, the motives, and the threat behind today’s growing American left.

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