Written by John D. Guandolo
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is hosting a “collaborative FEMA-approved training event” called STRIVE (Strategic, Tactical, and Resilient Interdiction of Violent Extremism) at the Carrollton (TX) Police Department this week (February 11-12) to teach police, community leaders, and government officials how to “prevent terrorism and counter violent extremism (CVE).”
Let’s begin with the obvious: Why is FEMA teaching counter-terrorism?
As a backdrop, Understanding the Threat (UTT) would like to remind readers that UTT conducts a 3-day “Understanding and Investigating the Jihadi Networks” program – the only one of its kind in the United States – during which we teach an entire day on Islamic doctrine (sharia), which jihadis unanimously state is the reason they do what they do, an entire day on the U.S. jihadi networks, and an entire day on U.S. founding principles in law and government, and how police, first responders, local officials and others can proactively respond to these immediate threats in the community.
Over the years, attendees, including FBI Special Agents and analysts on the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and the National Joint Terrorism Task Force, have unanimously reported they were not previously aware of the information UTT taught, and they all believe the information is “critical” to protecting their local communities.
UTT will go on the record and state that the program being given at Carrollton Police Department will not give an honest and accurate assessment of the threats to the local Carrollton community and the larger Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area as it relates to the threat of Islam/jihad.
This FEMA STRIVE program will not detail the jihadi networks at the local level, which includes the mosques, and many Islamic schools, organizations and businesses in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area which train and support violent acts of jihad, which U.S. law identifies as “Terrorism.”
The STRIVE program will not demonstrate via evidence from the largest terrorism cases ever prosecuted in American history that groups like ISNA, CAIR, ICNA, MSA, NAIT, and others are directly tied to the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood and designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations such as Hamas and Al Qaeda. The STRIVE program will certainly not identify the Islamic organizations in Carrollton or the surrounding DFW area tied to the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas and Al Qaeda.
What FEMA’s program will teach is how to “counter violent extremism (CVE).”
What is CVE and where did it come from?
CVE (Countering Violent Extremism) is a European Muslim Brotherhood information operation which was launched in Britain with great success – for the jihadis.
Beginning in approximately 2006, the U.S. government sent FBI and DHS officials to England (Britain) to review the CVE program, and the U.S. officials brought CVE back to the United States, and implemented it like a Trojan Horse.
The point of CVE is simple: if government investigators and intelligence agencies are looking for “violent extremists,” they are not looking for Islamic jihadis.
Now, almost nineteen (19) years after 9/11, America’s domestic counter-terrorism strategy is incoherent and pointed in the wrong direction.
This is exactly the outcome intended by our adversaries – exactly the outcome intended by CVE.
And now FEMA is teaching it to local police and authorities in Carrollton, Texas.
This program is headed your way if it has not already been through your town. The FEMA schedule for this training reveals it will be coming to D’Iberville (MS), Garner (NC), Columbus (OH), Flagstaff (AZ), White City (OR), Wichita (KS), New Orleans (LA), and Anchorage (AK) in the next three (3) months.
Citizens are encourage to vehemently oppose these programs long before they get to your community.
Your local police are not “lacking” training on the jihadi threats in their community, they are getting exactly the OPPOSITE of what the actual threat is.
This is why local, state and federal authorities have an understanding of the Islam which is exactly OPPOSITE of what muslims teach muslim children about Islam in U.S. Islamic schools – including the Islamic schools in the Carrollton, Texas area.