We interact with people every day in stores and other businesses every day without considering what is happening in smaller, cloistered groups of individuals. Many times we don't realize what the dangers are because our lives are so fast-paced, and we adopt a live-and-let-live attitude. But the danger was revealed recently in a Minneapolic courtroom when two Minnesota women were convicted of funneling money to a terrorist organization.
These women were Somali immigrants, and knowingly moved U.S. funds through various means to fund al-Shabab. al-Shabab is an extremist group that uses suicide bombers and other atrocities to attack non-Muslims, especially focusing on Christians, Ethopians and others it deems a threat to their views. These American immigrants were bolstered in their beliefs at their local mosque, and of course were supported by their local Somali community. While they shopped at the local grocery store, attended college, and supported their grandchildren in the local schools, their mindset was still firmly anti-American. In the words of one of the women about American authority, she said, "You will go to hell."
How many terrorists live among us in Northern Colorado? How many believe radical ideals that are patently un-American and anti-liberty? How many want to live under sharia instead of the U.S. rule of law? Those are the difficult questions nobody wants to ask. Instead, various bleeding heart immigration groups bring in radicals and extremists (and receive a handsome profit for their services). And major businesses such as JBS and others employ them and casually look the other way. Where will the next suicide bomber pop up? What will their community culture look like? After all, Minneapolis is just as "American" as Greeley, Colorado. It can happen here. (Click here for associated article.)