Fate of “PAKISTAN STATE SPONSOR OF TERRORISM DESIGNATION ACT” under the new administration of United States

Congressman Ted Poe (TX-02), the Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, along with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48), introduced H.R.6069, the Pakistan State Sponsor of Terrorism Designation Act.

A petition was presented at “We the People” platform of the White House website with a required number of signatures within a required period of time. The required number of signatures was 100, 000. The number of signatures put on this petition was:665,769.

This petition was important to the people of United State of America, India and many other countries which are continuously affected by Pakistan sponsored terrorism. Then, the following news was released by the White House.

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today (Sep 20, 2016), Congressman Ted Poe (TX-02), the Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, along with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48), introduced H.R.6069, the Pakistan State Sponsor of Terrorism Designation Act.

Chairman Poe: “Not only is Pakistan an untrustworthy ally, Islamabad has also aided and abetted enemies of the United States for years.  From harboring Osama bin Laden to its cozy relationship with the Haqqani network, there is more than enough evidence to determine whose side Pakistan is on in the War on Terror. And it’s not America’s. This bill will require the Administration to formally answer this question.  The President must issue a report within 90 days of passage detailing whether or not Pakistan has provided support for international terrorism.  Thirty days after that, the Secretary of State must issue a follow-up report containing either a determination that Pakistan is State Sponsor of Terrorism or a detailed justification as to why Pakistan does not meet the legal criteria for designation. It is time we stop paying Pakistan for its betrayal and designate it for what it is: a State Sponsor of Terrorism.”

“While recognizing the sacrifices of the people and the security forces of Pakistan in fighting some militant and terrorist networks — a fight which we support — President Obama has emphasized that Pakistan “can and must” also take more effective action against terrorist groups operating from its soil. The President has made it very clear that no state should allow its territory to be used by terrorists to launch attacks into another state, and we will continue to engage on this issue.

Since the bill cited by the petition remains in draft, we will not comment on it here, per our Terms of Participation.”

Now, a change of guard is going to take place at the White House on Jan 20, 2017 and it would be interesting to watch what stand the new administration would take on this issue affecting a large part of our world.


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Santanu Dey
    Nov 19, 2016 @ 14:13:13

    Whatever the initial words of the New US President indicates, it appears the rogue country won’t be able to avoid the stigma, it so richly deserves, this time around. And if it really happens, as is widely expected, the wretched country (a land willfully created by the Colonial power exactly for the purpose of fingering India so it has to bear the perennial burden of a rogue neighbor that will prevent it to realize its true potential, which was one out of so many of their other shrewd long-term plans for achieving the same end) will have its true official identity in front of the whole World.



  2. Stephanie Ellison
    Nov 19, 2016 @ 22:02:07

    I would like to add to this, why it is important to put Pakistan on a terrorist footing. Because Pakistan is an Islamic nation, it’s always going to support terrorism. Remember that one of the things it can do is to pretend to be against terrorists and attack them when they are attacked. Sometimes, it is sectarian, and sometimes, it is a presentation show, meaning, “Let’s go ahead and fight as enemies, even though we are not. We have to lie to these people, AND whoever dies in this operation gets martyred and sent to Paradise anyway.” Please this article of mine.

    Part I:

    Islam is really a military-based, pan-Arabic nationalist conquest political movement disguised as a religion, a cult even, and it must be handled as such. A part of Western Universalism says that “all religions are the same.” Islam is NOT a religion of peace. EDUCATE yourselves!

    Please read:

    Understanding Muhammad

    Unmasking Muhammad

    Why I am Not a Muslim

    Narcissistic and Psychopathic Leaders

    Debunking the Myth of Science in the Quran

    Islam Undressed
    Appendixes A-C are located here for this book:

    Probing Islam

    Islam, The Arab Imperialism

    “Understanding Muhammad,” Unmasking Muhammad,” “Why I am Not a Muslim” are books that focus mainly on the psychology and disabilities of Muhammad as a leader for a cult, and why this is a cult situation. Two of these books are written by ex-Muslims.

    “Malignant Self-Love Narcissism Revisited” goes deeper into the layman’s understanding of what narcissism is from the perspective of DSM-V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders version 5), and HINDUS, this book lists Donald Trump as one of these patients…

    The “Debunking…” book is self-explanatory.

    “Islam Undressed” doesn’t get into Muhammad like the first four books, but focuses mainly on external events like invasions, crimes, societal actions, jihad, AND the Qur’an, ahadith, and sirah references to back it up (however, the links embedded in the book appendixes A-C do not work, so you have to look for them in https://wikiislam.net/wiki/Islam_Undressed), which is EXTENSIVE.



  3. Stephanie Ellison
    Nov 19, 2016 @ 22:02:48

    Part II:

    “Probing Islam” is basically a debate between Ali Sina, a former Muslim, and two Islamic scholars in Pakistan. Also, you are given an insight into an educated moderate Muslim’s views, which will show you how moderate Muslims regard jihad and how they think the non-Muslims should be treated. Please understand that the Islamic scholars could not address the author’s questions and in fact had the author’s web site blocked out in Pakistan and wouldn’t publish their letters on their web site.

    “Islam, The Arab Imperialism” goes into the basics of what Muslims are supposed to believe, how they see themselves in relation to God, other Muslims (especially NON-ARABIC MUSLIMS), and non-Muslims (especially “infidel nations”). Especially important is the understanding of Islam as a military-based pan-Arabic nationalist conquest political movement disguised as a religion using ethnic cleansing as one of its tools to establish dominance in a region it invades. It goes into the doctrine of prophethood and how it is used in various ways, as a form of deception, brainwashing, enticement of new followers through Paradise and fear, etc. It examines several prophets from Biblical times to show that although they were merely humans and replete with many failings, they were made divine by their followers anyway. However, the author does not really understand Indian philosophy when he accuses the Indians of having originated the concept of the Urge of Dominance. This is very short-sighted since there is very little, if anything, in common between Abrahamic religions and Indic systems of knowledge. Nonetheless, the book adds a twist on Muhammad that I have not seen in other books, that of recognizing Muhammad as a politician and as an imperialist. “It goes without saying that prophethood has nothing to do with spirituality and religion. It is a complex, compulsive and cunning political doctrine of the Middle East, which treats God as the biggest pawn in the political game to realise the personal and national ambitions of the man, who claims to be the Prophet.”

    Now, there is a series of “Black Flag” books as as listed below. It appears that these books are written by Muslims. It is important to read them to get a Muslim’s perspective on the conflicts and where they think they are going.

    Black Flags From the East

    Black Flags From Syria

    Black Flags from Arabia

    Black Flags from Persia

    Black Flags from Rome

    Black Flags from Palestine

    When reading the Black Flag books, please keep in the mind the absence of discussion of social mores as discussed in the first six books listed, and notice how normal it seems to not address the issues addressed in the previously-mentioned books. These Black Flags books are based on knowledge as is perceived by Muslims, so you have to take some things with a grain of salt, like Muhammad was revealed in the Syria book to have discussed future technology like cars, and future predictions of Islamic events to come to pass as “prophesied.” You can sense cultish thinking that seems out of line with reality, such as Israel being superior financially and militarily to the US, that they can defeat superior armies like the US and Russia, etc. Another aspect is lying to conceal plans that have not be revealed thus, and may in fact not be true. Europe, nonetheless, must be ready for anything.



  4. Stephanie Ellison
    Nov 19, 2016 @ 22:03:24

    Part III:

    Black Flags From the East discusses what has happened in recent history from the 1980s, who the major players are (key leaders and organizations), the breadth of world-wide organizations serving as sleeper cells and active units around the world, and where it thinks Muslim conquest of the world is going. It shows in a map that the Muslim population of over 50% is more than the size of the Americas combined. Also, it shows how Al-Qa’idah formed from a few Arab-Afghans into a global insurgency who aims to establish a Global Islamic Caliphate by the year 2020. Supposedly, we have a foothold situation in Dearborn, Michigan; Sweeney, Texas, and possibly 20 other locations around the United States.

    Black Flags from Syria focuses mainly on Syria with additional information from movements, battles, and consolidations related to Syria, though outside of the country. Guerrilla warfare is briefly discussed, especially in countries like Iraq, where there are a lot more cities, and battles can be drawn out into street-by-street fighting. A brief background is given on the war in Iraq (2003-2011) and the lessons the Muslims supposedly learned from it, giving way to the focus of this book, Syria. It covers the rise of ISIS, and Al Qa’idah’s 7-step Strategy for a Global Caliphate by 2020. Some of these steps have already taken place. Are you ready for this in a few short years? More detail is given for how step seven is likely to happen, which is the global war between Muslims and Christians (and anyone else who fights against Muslims). It briefly touches on Israel as its enemy and its defeat with a very large army. Further discussion on ancillary ideas and tactics is discussed, especially what goes on inside Al Qa’idah. Ultimately, the book makes it clear that the only way to stop this is to have full-scale war or nuclear war, the latter being most cost- and time-efficient (put bluntly, the number of people in the Middle East sympathetic to the Muslim Caliphate cause is larger that the largest 3 or 4 armies put together, and by the time it’s over, every single person on Earth will know at least 2-5 people dead from this full-scale conventional war). If you recall from the first 5 books listed above, there is normally no mental return for Muslims upon conversion. The damage is done, and most likely, it cannot be reversed.

    Black Flags from Arabia gives a brief history of the modern conflict in Arabia, explains how the conflicts in countries neighboring Arabia will lead to the fall of the “tyrant rulers” in the entire Muslim world, and how this will give rise to the Global Khilafah (Caliphate) which begins from Makkah, Arabia. It starts with the beginning of Al Qa’idah in Saudi Arabia in 1979. It reveals how Saudi Arabia’s relationship has changed with the Middle East as a result of the American presence there. It touches on 9/11, the Iraq war of 2003, prison breakouts by militants in countries like Iraq, and it give more information about the Islamic state. There is also a section that gives you an idea of a personal history of one of these soldiers who went to fight in Aleppo, Syria. It also shows the intended range of conquest in the next several years, all the way from the Philippines to Rome, Italy. You get an inside view of a militant’s view of things taken in an online interview.

    Black Flags from Persia shifts the focus to present-day Iran and other areas. It in particular gives an idea of what they intend to accomplish by 2020, the defeat and return of Saudi Arabia to pre-American-relations status with the rest of the Middle East, the conquest of Rome, and Muslims infiltrating Europe to prepare it for the invasion from the east. A bonus is an interview of a Muslim wife and her experience in the Islamic State in table format. In the beginning, they “talk” about pre-Islamic Persia, as though it was irreligious, women sleeping around with multiple men (hey, wait a minute! What about Muslim men’s present-day practice of having four wives??), etc. You would need to read the book, “Arabia and the Arabs” to get a fuller picture of pre-Islamic Arabia. It also touches on the continuing conflict between Shi’a and Sunni Muslims, and this is where you see again that this book series is in favor of Sunnis, not Shi’as.

    Black Flags from Rome moves the focus to Europe, discussing the history of jihad in Europe and the coming insurgency there. It gives a good picture of what has happened for generations of Muslims in Europe concisely. It brings the attention to the view that Europe is returning to the Dark Ages (due to the financial recession), armed gangs forming into militias for racist politicians, and a Caliphate growing across the Mediterranean sea in Africa. The question it attempts to address is, “How does this mix of chaos lead to the conquest of Rome?” It is very clear what they say they are going to do in regards to how they are going to invade Europe. One extreme danger it points out is white/European Muslim converts, which would be impossible to identify and catch before action is taken, which is why it is crucial that this pan-Arabic ideology is wiped out. Here, you really begin to see the pro-Muslim bias in regards to why economic conditions are the way they are and how Muslims view themselves in comparison to non-Muslims.



  5. Stephanie Ellison
    Nov 19, 2016 @ 22:04:20

    Part IV (last part):

    Black Flags from Palestine finally shifts the focus to Israel and Palestine, giving a historical account of Israel from the author’s perspective, goals of Israel and more recent history of the 20th century, and supposedly an inside view of what it’s like to live in Israel and the government defense structure, before covering Palestine and some information about it. Strategies for fighting the Israeli military is discussed, such as tunneling, weapons, and tactics, as well as that of the Israeli tactics (present and 15 years into the future). It is here that it shows the author’s view is that the Israeli military is not strong enough nor willing to commit to the task needed to completely wipe the enemy out. Covered is also implications for advanced military hardware in the future, including 3-D printing of weapons and tools needed for military operations. It goes on to cover the “Islamic State Project” centered on dealing with Israel and Palestine as a new threat to the region. The books appears to end the entire series of Black Flags with the “End of Time Battles.” It states that the conquest of Israel may happen by 2022, when the end of 40 years of peace in Israel is reached, and it reiterates that the conquest of Rome is targeted for 2020. A chilling paragraph snippet reads as, “The freedom fighters and truth seekers in Europe will range from left wingers, to even right wingers and those in between. They will be able to see the open mindedness and mercy of Islam and the Mujahideen after many years of deception on the media. They will be like the early converts after the Conquest of Makkah, meaning – they will join the Jihad straightaway after accepting Islam. They will be a good replenishment for the losses Muslims have faced in the Armageddon (Malhamah).” HINDUS are considered as already having the mark of the Beast with the tilakas and bindus on the foreheads.

    The Revived Caliphate

    The Revived Caliphate contains a lot of propaganda and especially a page on “true dreams,” of which one or several has proven to be false (including that President Obama is to be the last US President because the war in Syria will bankrupt the USA – this shows the author’s lack of understanding how the USA differs from every single country on Earth; it has the world reserve currency, and thusly can print up any number of dollars to fund a war for as long as it needs to). It covers a short biography of Abu Mus’ab al-Zarqawi; what has happened in Iraq from 2003 and after 2011; some information about various terror groups, how they are positioned relative to each other, and particulars about these groups; the conflict in Syria; the formation of ISIS from Iraq and Syria; what ISIS is like and some information about the Caliph; what is likely made-up prophecies by the Prophet regarding the End-Of-Times or nuclear war. The idea is to briefly showcase the return of the Global Caliphate.

    Other books to read, but I have not read yet, include:

    Arabia and the Arabs
    What the Koran Really Says
    Leaving Islam: Apostates Speak Out
    Islamic Jihad: A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism and Slavery

    All of these books explain why the liberal, left perspective about giving Islam respect as a religion of peace is incorrect and will get all of us killed or enslaved.



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