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Tyr-Ziu Saxnot
04-16-2017, 09:12 PM
http://nypost.com/2017/04/15/the-purge-of-a-report-on-radical-islam-has-put-nyc-at-risk/

READ AND THEN ASK YOURSELF WHAT POWER, WHAT ENTITY, FORCES THE PURGING OF SUCH AN ACCURATE REPORT AND HELPFUL REPORT.....
If we do not put an end to this insanity of seeking not to offend these animals and their supporters , we will end up a conquered people/nation.
It really is just that simple and the muslims rely on that reality to garner final victory!
Nobody ever defeats an enemy that they refuse to admit is an enemy..--Tyr

jimnyc
04-17-2017, 12:42 PM
It was bad enough when PC was just annoying. But in cases like this, it can lead to a loss of lives. Personally, I'm tired of some not being able to, or refusing to speak the truth, without censoring things.

Trying to please "grievance groups" shouldn't be a part of the job description for those fighting terrorism. Perhaps pass that off to the politicians who like to say things in 9 different ways. But if it's about threats and potential loss of life, I prefer the absolute truth.

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The NYPD has had a stellar track record of protecting the city from another 9/11, foiling more than 20 planned terrorist attacks since 2001. But some worry the department is losing its terror-fighting edge as it tries to please Muslim grievance groups.

Last year, for instance, it censored an anti-terror handbook to appease offended Muslims, even though it has accurately predicted radicalization patterns in recent “homegrown” terror cases. Rank-and-file NYPD officers, detectives and even intelligence and counterterrorism units are officially barred now from referring to the handbook or the scientific study on which it was based.

Former law-enforcement officials fear its removal as a training tool may be hurting efforts to prevent terrorist activity, such as the vehicle-ramming attacks plaguing European cities.

“The report was extremely accurate on how the radicalization process works and what indicators to look for,” said Patrick Dunleavy, former deputy inspector general of the New York state prisons’ criminal-intelligence division, who also worked with the NYPD’s intelligence division for several years.

Mayor de Blasio agreed in January 2016 to purge the remarkably prescient police training guide “Radicalization in the West: The Homegrown Threat” to help settle a federal lawsuit filed by the ACLU and Muslim groups who claimed the NYPD’s anti-terror training discriminated against Muslims.

Written 10 years ago, the seminal NYPD report detailing the religious steps homegrown terrorists take toward radicalization is now more relevant than ever, with recent terror suspects closely following those steps. But in 2007, the same year the study was released, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) organized a protest against it, complaining it “casts suspicion on all US Muslims.” Even though federal law enforcement has long-shunned CAIR as a suspected terrorist front organization, “groups like CAIR were insistent on having it removed, and de Blasio caved into them,” Dunleavy said.

Under the city’s unusual settlement agreement, the NYPD as well as New York state agencies were forced to remove its 90-page anti-terror study — described by plaintiffs as “deeply flawed” and “inflammatory” — from databases and no longer rely on it “to open or extend investigations” into terrorist activities. Also, police must now commit to “mitigating the potential impact” of any counterterrorism investigation on the Muslim community.

The deal has had a chilling effect on other city police forces’ ability to use fact-based, trend analysis to develop terrorism cases, experts say. They warn that purging such studies deprives local law enforcement of the ability to understand how ISIS and other jihadists recruit, organize and operate — which is critical to disrupting terrorism plots.

“The FBI has its hands full with over 1,000 open cases on ISIS terrorist suspects already in the US,” former FBI Agent John Guandolo said, “and it needs the help of well-trained eyes and ears on the ground at the local and state level.”

“The bad guys know if police don’t know this stuff at the ground level, they win,” added Guandolo, who trains sheriffs departments across the country to ID local jihadi networks through his consulting firm, Understanding the Threat LLC.

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Tyr-Ziu Saxnot
04-17-2017, 01:57 PM
It was bad enough when PC was just annoying. But in cases like this, it can lead to a loss of lives. Personally, I'm tired of some not being able to, or refusing to speak the truth, without censoring things.

Trying to please "grievance groups" shouldn't be a part of the job description for those fighting terrorism. Perhaps pass that off to the politicians who like to say things in 9 different ways. But if it's about threats and potential loss of life, I prefer the absolute truth.

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The NYPD has had a stellar track record of protecting the city from another 9/11, foiling more than 20 planned terrorist attacks since 2001. But some worry the department is losing its terror-fighting edge as it tries to please Muslim grievance groups.

Last year, for instance, it censored an anti-terror handbook to appease offended Muslims, even though it has accurately predicted radicalization patterns in recent “homegrown” terror cases. Rank-and-file NYPD officers, detectives and even intelligence and counterterrorism units are officially barred now from referring to the handbook or the scientific study on which it was based.

Former law-enforcement officials fear its removal as a training tool may be hurting efforts to prevent terrorist activity, such as the vehicle-ramming attacks plaguing European cities.

“The report was extremely accurate on how the radicalization process works and what indicators to look for,” said Patrick Dunleavy, former deputy inspector general of the New York state prisons’ criminal-intelligence division, who also worked with the NYPD’s intelligence division for several years.

Mayor de Blasio agreed in January 2016 to purge the remarkably prescient police training guide “Radicalization in the West: The Homegrown Threat” to help settle a federal lawsuit filed by the ACLU and Muslim groups who claimed the NYPD’s anti-terror training discriminated against Muslims.

Written 10 years ago, the seminal NYPD report detailing the religious steps homegrown terrorists take toward radicalization is now more relevant than ever, with recent terror suspects closely following those steps. But in 2007, the same year the study was released, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) organized a protest against it, complaining it “casts suspicion on all US Muslims.” Even though federal law enforcement has long-shunned CAIR as a suspected terrorist front organization, “groups like CAIR were insistent on having it removed, and de Blasio caved into them,” Dunleavy said.

Under the city’s unusual settlement agreement, the NYPD as well as New York state agencies were forced to remove its 90-page anti-terror study — described by plaintiffs as “deeply flawed” and “inflammatory” — from databases and no longer rely on it “to open or extend investigations” into terrorist activities. Also, police must now commit to “mitigating the potential impact” of any counterterrorism investigation on the Muslim community.

The deal has had a chilling effect on other city police forces’ ability to use fact-based, trend analysis to develop terrorism cases, experts say. They warn that purging such studies deprives local law enforcement of the ability to understand how ISIS and other jihadists recruit, organize and operate — which is critical to disrupting terrorism plots.

“The FBI has its hands full with over 1,000 open cases on ISIS terrorist suspects already in the US,” former FBI Agent John Guandolo said, “and it needs the help of well-trained eyes and ears on the ground at the local and state level.”

“The bad guys know if police don’t know this stuff at the ground level, they win,” added Guandolo, who trains sheriffs departments across the country to ID local jihadi networks through his consulting firm, Understanding the Threat LLC.

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The main non-muslim group in this nation allied with the muslims is the dem party!!!!
It is the dem party that through various means keeps enforcing an agenda that suppresses truth and suppresses means and information that is important for our safety and important to gain victory over these savages.
These --bought out dems,---- Clintons, Kerry, Reid, Pelosi, Schummer, Boxer, obama, etc..etc...
Look at how they protect CAIR- A KNOWN TERRORIST HELPING ENTITY...

The muslims scum see this corruption, duplicity are assured of victory if that is not stopped!
Just as they are assured of victory as long as we keep on believing/ saying - it is not Islam--it is just radicals..
IT IS ISLAM , IT IS THE DAMN KORAN--IDIOTS NEED TO READ IT!!

The Koran commands what these so-called radicals are doing!!
Islam is a hydra--the head must be cut off to stop its murdering rampage--cutting of tails that are so easily regrown is a recipe for ultimate defeat.
First step-destroy and outlaw CAIR...
NOTHING WILL BE DONE IF WE DO NOT DO THAT OBVIOUS AND JUSTIFIED ACT..
IF WE ARE TOO DAMN STUPID TO STOP A KNOWN ENEMY COLLABORATOR/SUPPORTER THEN WE ARE ASKING TO BE FFKD OVER AND DEFEATED EVENTUALLY, IMHO.--TYR