In her newly
announced but already bestselling book, Fatwa: Hunted in America, the woman known as "the Joan of Arc
of the counter-Jihad movement," Pamela Geller, tells the story of how she became one of
the world’s foremost activists for freedom of speech and equality of rights
·how Geller fought the battle to defeat the sinister Ground
Zero Mosque project;
·about the ISIS jihad attack at Geller’s Muhammad Art Exhibit
and Cartoon Contest in Garland, Texas;
·about the fatwa on her head and plot to behead her - she is a
free person who set out to defend freedom and ended up with a death threat
which requires security at all times;
·about how freedom of speech is under severe attack in the U.S.
and all over the Western world;
·how the political and media elites are forcing us to accept Sharia
·...and much, much more – including the relentless vilification
from the mainstream media hell-bent on defaming and destroying everyone who
stands for freedom against jihad terror and Sharia oppression.
Her critics have
called her “the most dangerous woman in America,” “far-right hate queen,”
and “the anti-Muslim movement’s most visible and flamboyant figurehead.”
Her admirers say she is “the Joan of Arc of the counter-jihad movement,”
“one of the top world experts in radical Islam and Sharia law and Islamic
supremacism,” and “a wonderful fighter for liberty.”
writes: “Any lover of freedom would have been tarred the same way I was,
and many have been. I am but a proxy in this terrible long war; what has
happened to me is what happens, in small and large ways, to every American
who stands for freedom.”
Yet – as shown in Fatwa
– she has prevailed. Without Pamela Geller, countless numbers of
indefatigable fighters for freedom would have been cowed and intimidated
into silence by an increasingly violent and authoritarian Left.
Fatwa: Hunted in America by Pamela Geller is now available for pre-order at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The book will be
published on November 1, 2017 in hardcover and e-book formats by Dangerous Books, the publishing arm of
MILO, Inc. Fatwa is
the second book published by Dangerous Books, following the New York
Times bestselling DANGEROUSby MILO. Fatwawill
include a foreword by Dutch politician and tireless freedom fighter Geert
About the Author:Pamela Geller is the founder, editor and publisher of The
Geller Report and President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative
(AFDI) and Stop Islamization of America (SIOA). She is the author of The
Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America,
with Robert Spencer and Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical
Guide to the Resistance. She is also a regular columnist for Breitbart,
American Thinker, WND and other publications. Geller’s articles and op-eds
have been published in Time Magazine, the Guardian, Commentary Magazine,
Fox News, The Washington Times, The Hill, Human Events, Jerusalem
Post, Pajamas Media, and Israel National News.
The corruption of
American higher education has been in the news a lot in the last few years.
“Snowflakes” and “safe spaces,” crowds of thugs shutting down conservative
speakers, craven administrators caving in to demands of activist students
and faculty have become increasingly common since the rise of Donald Trump
sparked a “resistance” movement. Even progressives who have run afoul
of campus terrorists are writing books about free speech now that their
revolutionary children have started devouring their own.
In The Left in the University, you will learn about:
·the left’s takeover of universities across America;
·how far our campuses have descended into preposterous
·how sixties radicals began the redefinition of academic work
from a search for truth according to professional norms, to a political
activism that in the name of “relevance” and “social justice” shaped
research and teaching to confirm leftist ideology and discredit whatever
alternatives students might believe;
·how “studies” like Post-Colonial Studies and Social Justice
Studies proliferated to promote “narrowly one-sided political agendas,” and
create “institutional settings for political indoctrination” and the
“exposition and development of radical theory, and education and training
of a radical cadre and the recruitment of students to radical causes;” and
·radical intimidators and campus criminals, such as Antifa
thugs, who regularly assault property, persons and reputations” with
charges of racism, sexism, or even rape. They believe “If the ideas are
correct, it’s okay to silence anyone who disagrees.”
David Horowitz, in
his essays, frequently makes an important point: it’s not just the
ideological prejudices of this or that faculty member, but a whole
institutional, professional, and administrative apparatus that has made
possible today’s overwhelmingly leftist and progressive university. What he
has been warning about in his books and speeches for more than thirty years
- the ideological hijacking of the university and the betrayal of its
traditional mission - has finally grabbed the national spotlight. The
essays inThe Left
in the University are indispensable for anyone who wants to
understand how we got to this pass.
We encourage our
readers to visit BlackBookOfTheAmericanLeft.com, which features Horowitz’s introductions to
Volumes 1-8 of this 10-volume series, along with their tables of contents,
reviews and interviews with the author. (Order HERE.)
About the Author: David Horowitz is the bestselling author of numerous books including Unholy
Alliance (2004), The Party of Defeat (2008) and Take
No Prisoners: The Battle Plan for Defeating the Left (2014). David is
the founder and chairman of the David Horowitz Freedom Center which is
dedicated to the defense of free societies whose moral, cultural and
economic foundations are under attack by enemies both secular and
religious, at home and abroad.
At the same time, our adversaries are modernizing their naval
forces and, increasingly, testing our will to defend the open seas. Drawing on
historic conflicts as reference points, Cropsey creates strikingly realistic
scenarios in which rival powers like China, Russia, Iran and North Korea
challenge our naval supremacy. The results will alarm anyone who recognizes
America’s moral imperative to defend itself to preserve world peace and
security in an era of emerging and multiplying global threats.
“Seablindness” is an old term to describe a maritime nation’s
forgetfulness of the oceans’ role in its prosperity and security. The U.S.
is losing the understanding that seapower is essential for protecting our
commerce and preventing overseas conflicts from reaching our shores. The U.S.
is the world’s most powerful supporter of the international order. If,
because of defense budget cuts, the growth of adversary forces, the
international order is overturned, our shipping, our ability to communicate
with allies, and our position as a great power will be at risk.
In Seablindness, you’ll learn:
the international order that the U.S. has supported since the end of World War
II is threatened today by:
actions in the international waters of the South and East China Seas;
Russian navy’s forcible return to the Black Sea and its growing presence
in the Eastern Mediterranean;
threats to NATO member states along the Baltic Sea; and
threats to shipping in the Strait of Hormuz, and the virtual certainty that
Iranian naval presence will migrate into the Red Sea.
U.S. seapower has been shrinking since the end of the Cold War and how
President Obama’s administration reduced defense spending by hundreds of
billions of dollars.
the defense budget may still be asked to give up hundreds of billions of
dollars if Congress and the president cannot avoid sequestration.
an under-resourced and over-stretched fleet is experiencing collisions at sea.
budget cuts affect all of U.S. seapower and the threats that U.S. seapower
to deter a potential enemy, U.S. seapower must change its focus from attacking
land targets to commanding the seas nearest to a potential adversary.
the far left of the Democratic Party believe we should substantially reduce our
global engagement; yet our potential adversaries are at or nearby the world’s
chokepoints. If we cannot assure the freedom of these chokepoints, our ability
to conduct commerce and to communicate with allies will be at great risk.
American seapower has not been as small as it is today since
before World War I. Unless reversed, it will continue its decline into the
indefinite future as politicians ignore the widening gulf between the cost of
modernizing and expanding American seapower, and the resources devoted to this
most strategic arm of the nation's defense.
Seablindness explains the dilemma. It looks at the
consequences of neglect including global scenarios set in the immediate future,
the views of America's most knowledgeable military officers, the anxious
reactions of U.S. allies, and hard facts to show how a lack of political will
is dismantling the nation's global reach and with it, our position as the
world's great power.
the Author: Seth Cropsey served as deputy
Undersecretary of the U.S. Navy in the administrations of Ronald Reagan and
George H. W. Bush. He was an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve from 1985 to
2004. Cropsey is a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C.
and director of Hudson's Center for American Seapower.
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