Jihadist Interrogator: Immigration Is Key to Islam’s Conquest of the West

It’s not a secret that the civilization’s Islamic enemies in Al Qaeda and ISIS have used immigration to further its project of world conquest. For example, an ISIS operative stated that the group would use the Syrian refugee crisis to infiltrate Europe through placing its agents within the fleeing hordes. There’s even an islamic word for jihad by immigration: hijrah.

Still, it’s interesting to hear that one of Al Qaeda’s top planners, 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, named immigration as a key component for muslims to achieve world dominance.

Below, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed at the time of his capture.

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On Wednesday, former interrogator Dr. James Mitchell appeared on Fox News to discuss what he learned during his lengthy interviews with jihadists. He is the author of the recent book “Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying to Destroy America.”

Mitchell said KSM believed “the easiest way to win the long battle to take over the world with sharia law was actually through immigration and by out-breeding non-Muslims.” (Polygamy!)

So one of the top jihad leaders thinks in terms of immigration as their major weapon against us. Angela Merkel, are you listening?

Mitchell also said that hostile muslims are training us into shariah compliance using the west’s weak response of political correctness to every cultural challenge. Muslims claim to be offended at our customs, and westerners change their behavior to make them shut up. That needs to stop.

The expert interrogator opined that we should “slow down our immigration from these countries that promote terrorism” but why have immigration from muslim nations at all? Zero is the right number, particular since America’s machines are doing more of the work and we don’t need any imported workers at all, and certainly not potentially dangerous ones.

Man Who Interrogated 9/11 Mastermind: ‘Political Correctness’ Allows Terrorists to Operate Among Us, CNS News, December 22, 2016

(CNSNews.com) – Dr. James Mitchell, who interrogated 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, told Fox News’ “The Kelly File” on Wednesday that political correctness allows for terrorists to operate amongst us “without being challenged” and that the terrorist mastermind predicted that attacks like what happened in Berlin recently would occur.

“Here’s the way political correctness works for a guy like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, it allows them to operate in our midst without being challenged. It allows them to ratchet up the focus on sharia law without us pushing back on it, and we end up inadvertently imposing on ourselves the blasphemy laws of sharia, because we cut back on the things that they find offensive,” Mitchell said.

“We change the way we dress. We don’t have Christmas parties anymore. We don’t say Merry Christmas to each other on the street. Women have to wear headgear. They set up these enclaves, and out of these enclaves they try to impose sharia on those people who come into them. We simply have to not let that happen,” he said.

Mitchell, author of “Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying to Destroy America,” said when he saw the recent Berlin terrorist attack, his first thought was “this was exactly the sort of thing that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed had predicted.”

“Back in 2004, maybe early 2005 – years after his last harsh interrogation – he and I were talking about what he saw as upcoming trends in terror attacks, and he had become fascinated by the amount of damage that Malvo had done along with Muhammad around the Beltway when they were shooting people out of the trucks and cars, and for him what surprised him how much paralysis it had caused given how few deaths were involved – few from his perspective,” Mitchell said, referring to the Beltway snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad.


Khalid Sheikh Mohammed told Mitchell that “our civil liberties and our openness and our willingness to be responsive to others cultures were actually gifts from his god, that they were weaknesses and flaws that … his god Allah had put into the American culture so that we could be defeated.”


“He said the easiest way to do that in spite of the fact that al Qaeda dreamed of these big huge catastrophic attacks, that wasn’t particularly practical, that the easiest way to win the long battle to take over the world with sharia law was actually through immigration and by out-breeding non-Muslims. He said that like-minded jihadi brothers would immigrate to western democracies and to the United States,” Mitchell said.

“They would wrap themselves in our civil liberties for protection. They would support themselves in our welfare systems while they spread their jihadi message, and then when the time was right, they would rise up and attack,” he said.

Mitchell said Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was making the point that “one or two people who were intent on causing as much carnage as they could, could use things that were readily available in our culture to wreak havoc and to actually ratchet up the acceptance of sharia law by making it frightening for people to push back against their efforts to impose it.”

Mitchell said the U.S. could see more terrorist attacks like those that have been taking place recently in Europe “if we don’t do something about our immigration policies.”

“I think we need to slow down our immigration from these countries that promote terrorism and generate these terrorists. We know which countries they are. We need to do a better job of vetting those things. The other thing we need to do is be much more aggressive when it comes to following up on those people who travel to countries where there are terror camps, especially when they are not U.S. citizens and they’re coming back,” Mitchell said.

In the case of Anis Amri, the 24-year-old suspect in the Berlin attack, his missing paperwork was the reason why he wasn’t deported.

“The missing paperwork was the last in that chain. What started that chain really was political correctness and their unwillingness to get this person out of their country who had no business of being there because he didn’t have the right paperwork to prove who he was. If you suspect he’s a terrorist, I would suggest that you don’t wait for him to come up with his paperwork, that you get him out of your country, and that’s what I believe we should do,” Mitchell said.

Mitchell said he hopes that there will be a change under President-elect Donald Trump.

“I hope there’s gonna be change, because here’s the way political correctness works for a guy like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, it allows them to operate in our midst without being challenged. It allows them to ratchet up the focus on sharia law without us pushing back on it, and we end up inadvertently imposing on ourselves the blasphemy laws of sharia, because we cut back on the things that they find offensive,” he said.

“We change the way we dress. We don’t have Christmas parties anymore. We don’t say Merry Christmas to each other on the street. Women have to wear headgear. They set up these enclaves, and out of these enclaves they try to impose sharia on those people who come into them. We simply have to not let that happen,” Mitchell added.

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