Is There a Muslim Plot to Colonize America? [VIDEO]

Is there a plot by Muslim supremacist groups to colonize America and eventually turn it into an Islamic Sharia government?  According to one woman, the answer is an emphatic “Yes.”

Ann Corcoran, the woman behind Refugee Resettlement Watch, claims that the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is “under the influence of a powerful Muslim supremacist group.”

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Corcoran, author of Refugee Resettlement and the Hijra to America, described Muslims migration as “hijra.”

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“Mohammed told his followers to migrate and spread Islam, in order to dominate all the lands of the world … and that’s exactly what they’re doing now,” she said.

She is not far off either.  Historical evidence is on her side when she warns of this.  Author Robert Spencer has written not only of the history of Islam, but also the means they will use to accomplish global domination as instructed in the Koran and the Hadiths.

Ms. Corcoran is a former environmental lobbyist from Maryland, who was made are of African refugees that were being resettled near her in 2006.  That’s when she began to blog and document the concerns she had and what she discovered.

Ms. Corcoran has a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology from Rutgers and a master’s in environmental studies from Yale.  She used her background to lobby for the Nationa Audubon Society from 1975 to 1980.

Before you write her off, consider that she was targeted by the premier hate group in America, the Southern Poverty Law Center.

In April 2015, Corcoran wrote. “There needs to be a national debate about how many refugees and other immigrants we take and from what cultures they come from.  Frankly, we have made a grievous error in taking the Muslim refugees, Somalis in particular, who have no intention of becoming Americans.  They are here to change America.  Unfortunately, political correctness and a worshipful attitude toward multiculturalism have blinded us.”

She went on to warn, “The explosion on this front is yet to come and it will be like the Major Hasan slaughter at Ft. Hood and there will be much fingerpointing and gnashing of teeth about who is to blame primarily at the US State Department.”

Corcoran has also hooked up with Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy.

“It is now public knowledge that nearly every major Muslim organization in the United States is actually controlled by the MB [Muslim Brotherhood] or a derivative organization,” reads a 2011 Center for Security Policy report. “Consequently, most of the Muslim American groups of any prominence in America are now known to be, as a matter of fact, hostile to the United States and its Constitution.”

The effects of the resettlement program will not be fully seen for a generation or two, but unless Christians get busy presenting Muslims with the truth of the Gospel, America is headed for a destructive future.  Before you say it can’t or wont’ happen, perhaps you should take a look at Dearborn, Michigan, or a glimpse at Tampa, Floridaor more recently, the streets of New York City.

Reposted With Permission From Freedom Outpost

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