Five adults were indicted last week for unspeakable crimes they allegedly committed in an Islamist cult in New Mexico – on American soil. Why aren’t more people up in arms and shouting about this case?
There are dozens of things we could say about this but here’s our top-five for now:
Where is the media on this? Fox News we salute you for your interest and constant reporting. Local media also deserves commending for pushing this story. Where was the rest of the media? After all, we’re talking about a compound in Taos, New Mexico on the Colorado border, where pretty gruesome crimes were committed, exorcisms performed and a three-year-old child found dead.
This was an Islamist cult. There’s no other way of looking at it. All the evidence points in that direction. It’s totally puzzling why, when certain media chose to give this story fleeting coverage, this fact was omitted. Political correctness again?
There are Islamist compounds across the United States. It is remarkable how few people know that there are compounds under the purview of a Pakistani terrorist being run across the U.S. The Muslims of America (MOI), formerly known as Jamaat ul-Fuqra, has as many as two dozen camps at locations across the country.
Abuse of children continues unabated. Eyewitnesses have told Clarion Project about the abuse of children in these camps. In the New Mexico case, adults performed an exorcism on a child of three – who is now dead. One of the children said they were being trained to launch attacks on schools.
Women are treated like animals. Unusually, the New Mexico cult was led by a woman. But Clarion has documentary evidence on other cases of women being treated like dogs. One punishment used in the camps is to chain up a “disobedient” woman so she cannot leave a shack or RV.
Clarion works tirelessly to uncover this type of activity, which is happening right now, inside the United States.
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