The current anti-war movement, while claiming publicly to advocate for peace, is dominated by organizations promoting Communism, anarchy, large-scale urban rioting, financial disruption, and violent attacks on governmental, corporate, military and media centers in America.
"Readers better sit down and take a deep breath before they read this issue," said Editor and CEO Joseph Farah. "Many dangerous, violent and profoundly anti-American organizations are using the current war as cover to try to bring America to its knees. They hate this country and openly advocate destroying it. Their cause has nothing to do with opposing war, but everything to do with opposing America. In some cases, both their tactics and their goals are not far from those of the very terrorists we are fighting."
Indeed, some of the major "anti-war" groups are intimately connected with terrorist states like North Korea, as well as terrorist organizations in the Middle East. Some, like the international A.N.S.W.E.R. coalition, are closely allied with known communist organizations.
One prominent group discussed in the April Whistleblower advocates that activists "physically shut down financial centers which regulate and assist the functioning of U.S. economy," engage in "large-scale urban rioting" so as to cause "massive unrest and even state of emergencies declared in major cities across the country," and "actively target U.S. military establishments within the United States ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎÌ__ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎÌ___ [using] any means necessary to slow down the functioning of the murdering body."
The purpose of all this mayhem? "The U.S. government will be forced to send U.S. troops into the domestic arena thereby taking resources and political focus away from the war," explains the group.
Included in the April issue:
- "Mugged by reality," by Joseph Farah, in which he recounts how anti-war "human shields" are being transformed into anti-Saddam zealots
- "Has anti-war movement been hijacked?" by Sherrie Gossett, showing how terror alliances and radical politics have been revealed at forefront of the "peace" movement.
- "American eco-terrorists declare war" by Michelle Malkin, in which a "peace" protestor manifesto is revealed to be eerily similar to the creed of Islamic militants
- "The second front" by David Horowitz, who shows how the anti-war movement is inching precariously close to terrorism.
- "Why the left loves Osama and Saddam," a brilliant analysis by Mideast scholar Daniel Pipe
- "Angst over female warriors" by Diana Lynne, an exclusive in-depth report on allegations of social engineering in the military, brought to light by female American POWs taken in Iraq
- "Citizenship in an age of terror," by former U.S. Air Force Academy director of military history Tony Kern, on how the "clash of civilizations" will make or break Americans
- "No greater love" by Richard Botkin, on why today's "greatest generation" has joined the battl
- "Smart-weapon wars still scar the old-fashioned way" by Col. David H. Hackworth
- "Duty, honor, country" ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎÌ__ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´ÌàÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å one of the most famous speeches of all time -- by Gen. Douglas MacArthur
- "The boys of Pointe du Hoc" by President Ronald Reagan, remembering the sacred gift American soldiers have given the world
"This issue doesn't criticize those who honestly and for whatever reasons oppose the war," said WND Managing Editor David Kupelian. "Rather, it targets the exceedingly subversive and violent groups that are exploiting the controversy over the war to implement their long-time agenda of crippling this nation. The 9-11 attacks jolted Americans into recognizing and engaging a previously hidden enemy. Well, now it's time, as this issue of Whistleblower makes crystal clear, to wake up to another previously hidden enemy that is plotting America's destruction."
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