This September, ISIS released its 14th issue of "Inspire," their magazine dedicated to providing details about assassination operations, targets and methods. One article, “The Blacks in America,” attempted to exploit racial tensions in the country, urging African Americans to assassinate “racist politicians.”
Spanning slavery’s role in America’s founding, the Civil War, Jim Crow laws, and other historical elements of African Americans oppression, the article touched on the widely reported killings of Michael Brown and Freddy Gray, as well as white supremacist Dylan Roof’s shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
“We the Mujahideen are a portion of the Muslim Ummah, we do not accept any type of oppression against our Muslim brothers among the Afro-Americans, or even the non-Muslims,” the article stated.
The end of the article called for both violent and nonviolent action toward governments, suggesting prospects form "small groups that will be responsible for assassinating, targeting these racist politicians.”
This is exactly what Glenn has been warning for years --- that anarchists and the leftists would work together with Islamists, or within the same timeline, to inflict damage on the U.S.
The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement fits this scenario perfectly, violently demonstrating and disrupting communities, universities and political events. Glenn discussed his reaction to the situation on radio Monday.
Listen to the segment or read the transcript below.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: You are doing exactly what ISIS wants you to do. Whether you know it or not -- when I wrote on my chalkboard years ago that the anarchists and the leftists will work together with the Islamists, I didn't mean that they would be contacting each other and working together like, "Hey. Okay. It's your turn. You do this now." They would have similar goals. And those similar goals are now putting the pressure for the bottom to rise up and the top to come down and to turn us inside out. We are at zero hour, and the world is a mess because we've left a vacuum.
We're not leading on any front. In fact, we're leading in the wrong direction, in the places that we do lead. We're leading the world into saying, "Hey, every person is exactly equal, and you shouldn't look at anything about that person when you're bringing them in. If they're a refugee, they're all equal."
No, they're not. No, they're not. There is a reason why we would Ellis Island. And it wasn't about racism. It was about, let's make sure we know who is here. Quite honestly, if you had TB, you were turned away. How could you possibly do -- because we didn't want tuberculosis to spread in our population.
We don't an even more deadly disease spread in our population, and that is Islamic extremism. And you cannot tell me that you -- I mean, I love these people on TV. What, are you going to ask them if they're Christian? What are you going to ask them, if they're terrorists?
It is spreading among our own population. We don't need any help from the outside.
Featured Image: MINNEAPOLIS, MN - NOVEMBER 20: Mica Grimm, center (carrying microphone), a member of Black Lives Matter, leads a march from a makeshift memorial for Jamar Clark on the side of Plymouth Avenue several blocks from the 4th Precinct November 20, 2015 in North Minneapolis, Minnesota. Activists are keeping up pressure for more information about the shooting death of Clark by a Minneapolis police officer (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)