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Kaine Appointee: Don’t Repeat Jefferson’s “Model”

By Greg L | 28 September 2007 | Virginia Politics | 14 Comments

The huge pile of evidence that Governor Kaine appointed a jihadist radical to the Virginia Commission on Immigration continues to build, casting doubt on the Governor’s claims that he and his staff were unaware of Dr. Esam Omeish’s previously well-documented statements. There is so much here that it’s getting awfully difficult to believe that this was just some simple oversight.

A blogger called Miss Kelly found the audio to a 2006 lecture at the Muslim American Society Convention by Dr. Omeish with some disturbing statements, something that Kaine and his staff should certainly have been aware of prior to this appointment.  Who wouldn’t bother to look at what the president of an organization says to it’s members at a national convention?

All humanity is divided into two categories: those who follow divine guidance (Muslims) and those who are seeking or need to be invited to Islam (everybody else, non-Muslims).” (Approx. 10:25 in lecture)

We don’t want to repeat the Jeffersonian model. We cannot say ‘All humans are created equal,’ and then we go back to sit down at our mansion and we have slaves working in the very house we are talking about.” (Approx. 18:05 in lecture)

“To call all humanity to Allah, that role is incumbent upon us.” (Approx. 20:00 in lecture)

We are not just another community to bring into the mainstream.” (Approx. 25:05 in lecture)

Those are certainly “progressive” values, although I’d hardly call them “Virginian”.

Meanwhile, Delegate Bob Marshall, a member of this commission and the person who legitimately should have been the Chairman is asking Governor Kaine to explain how this could have happened. Here’s his letter to the Governor:

Dear Governor Kaine:

In the interest of transparency and candor before the public, I request that you allow Virginians to understand the process which led to the selection of your appointees to the Virginia Commission on Immigration. Therefore, I ask that you release the letters of recommendation or identify those making verbal recommendations on behalf of your eventual Immigration Commission nominees.

While I understand and even welcome divergent viewpoints represented on the Commission, I believe the controversy of the last few days make it imperative that you assure Virginians there are no hidden influences and that the Immigration Commission will work in the full light of public disclosure. At this time, you need to restore public confidence in the eventual work of the Commission. And the best way to achieve this is to publicize the process that was used to choose your appointees.

Thank you for your time and consideration. Should you have any questions please contact me at [redacted].


Delegate Bob Marshall

(Member, Virginia Commission on Immigration)

I’d really like to see the answer to this one, although I’m not very confident that we’d get a straight answer.

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  1. Michael J. Keeney said on 29 Sep 2007 at 6:44 am:
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    Appointing an intolerant, hate-mongering Islamist radical who is actively working to destroy an American ally, impose Islam and Islamic law on Americans, and exterminate diversity to be his adviser on immigration says a lot about the Governor’s competence, integrity, and loyalty to our country.

  2. Saying No To Jihad said on 29 Sep 2007 at 7:24 am:
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    Last nights’ news had this ex-appointee blaming racist, local groups for posting his infamous jihad spiel on the internet for all the world to see. The resigned appointee also said his words were taken out of content. How in the hell can you take it out of content? Does that mean you can say one thing, and then mean another? After listening to it, I didn’t have to hear it more than once to intelligently understand he is not what we need on this urgent commission. But what I can’t understand is how did he EVER get selected for the commission in the first place. And now he will be replaced with another Muslim? Sure, not all Muslims are Jihad proponets, just like all Catholics are not anti-abortionists. But with all of this in the spotlight, I think a low-key, non bi-partisan (sp?) individual would make a better choice. Maybe ME?

  3. The Patriot said on 29 Sep 2007 at 8:14 am:
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    Nothing was taken out of context. When you research the overall agenda of Islam the statements made are in alignment with that agenda. Islam does not separate government from religion. Sharia Law is what it is called.

  4. The Patriot said on 29 Sep 2007 at 8:18 am:
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    Let us look at the equality statement this guy called out shall we? Under islam…you are only “equal” or “innocent” if you are a muslim! If you are NOT muslim, you are not “equal” or “innocent” and the koran tells them (the muslims) exactly what they need to do in this case….they can lie and kill the unbelievers! Do we want this in our communities? I think NOT!

  5. Eye on the Prize said on 29 Sep 2007 at 9:54 am:
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    This clearly shows that so called “Progressive” apologetic Democratic politicians like Gov Kane are dangerous for the Commenwealth and have one agenda: To re-make America and Virginia into their image– a culture neutral, language neutral, and gender neutral, God neutral society that values getting along to get along while dismissing the degradation of the American and Virginian values. Make no mistake, Gov Warner will do the same if he’s allowed to become a US Senator–boy do we have work to do.

  6. The Patriot said on 29 Sep 2007 at 10:42 am:
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    Just say NO to Warner. We don’t need another Warner!

  7. The Patriot said on 29 Sep 2007 at 11:01 am:
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    I will further tear down Mr. Omeish’s arguments with the article above! I guess he “conveniently” left out these details whilst discussing slavery???

  8. The Patriot said on 29 Sep 2007 at 11:02 am:
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    More support for my comment directly above!

  9. The Patriot said on 29 Sep 2007 at 11:15 am:
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    “Slavery in Colonial Mexico”
    Interesting read. Do they teach this in the schools of mexico?

  10. Anonymous said on 29 Sep 2007 at 12:47 pm:
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    To re-make America and Virginia into their image– a culture neutral, language neutral, and gender neutral, God neutral society that values getting along to get along while dismissing the degradation of the American and Virginian values.

    This is the funny part.

    The muslims hardly want a God neutral society - they want an Islamic centrist, facist society.

    Through the efforts of naive, childish idiots like Kaine and a battery of lawyers - they are well on their way.

    People like Kaine will be the first to taste sharia law.

  11. Concerned said on 29 Sep 2007 at 1:03 pm:
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    Nothing rivals liberal hypocrisy except perhaps for Islamic hypocrisy and lies. Muslims originated the African slave trade centuries before Jefferson’s birth.

    Read John Hope Franklin’s “From Slavery to Freedom: A History of African-Americans.” Professor Franklin is not a conservative or an O-Reilly-type polemicist. He is the James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of History, and for seven years was Professor of Legal History in the Law School at Duke University. Democratic Presidents Carter and Clinton appointed him to numerous commissions and he has received a multitude of awards.

    Professor Franklin documents clearly in his book, which is a standard in college courses on African-American history, the origins of the African slave trade. Those origins were not in Europe or America, but in Muslim Arabia. He does not by any means let the Europeans or Americans off the hook for their subsequent role in the slave trade. However, he traces the origins of this hideous institution to its rightful place – Islam.

  12. Advocator said on 29 Sep 2007 at 8:13 pm:
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    What about Tom Davis? He criticizes a fine American (Tom Tancredo) at a Muslim dedication.

  13. The Patriot said on 29 Sep 2007 at 9:52 pm:
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    Tom Davis needs to go too once election time comes! He is not serious in dealing with the illegal alien issue at all! He wants votes, not results!

  14. freedom said on 1 Oct 2007 at 9:15 am:
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    …and don’t forget whom Tom Davis has endorsed for the 51st District HOD!

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