Heroes of Conscience Awards winners revitalize the true "resistance"- to Islamo-Marxism

Holland's Geert Wilders and David Horowitz at AFA Awards
Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders, visiting Los Angeles to accept an American Freedom Alliance's Hero of Conscience Award, expresses optimism that support for patriotic candidates is growing, albeit more slowly than needed to protect cities from Islamic immigration and terrorism. He joined American recipients, David Horowitz of the Freedom Center and Philip Haney, former Dept. of Homeland Security whistleblower author, "See Something, Do Nothing" at a ceremony in North Hollywood in late May, 2017.

Geert Wilders accepts an American Freedom Alliance's Heroes of Conscience Award with a firebrand speech: 'We must not be silent, we shall not cease! The Islamic revolution is a threat to liberal Judeo-Christian western culture which we must stamp-out!' MP Wilders is the founder and leader of the Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid – PVV) and goes into detail on steps he wishes people insist their government representatives take to keep them free and safe.

Reformed Leftist, David Horowitz, accepts Hero of Conscience Award from American Freedom Alliance

1970's liberal turned conservative, David Horowitz, writes his own books and runs website, FrontPage Magazine, chronicling the patriotic resistance to Leftist, identity politics and cultural Marxism. Watch his acceptance speech of the Hero of Conscience Award from the American Freedom Alliance in L.A. 21 May '17.

Dept. of Homeland Security patriot, Philip Haney, discusses receiving the American Freedom Award for exposing former Pres. Barack Hussein Obama's duplicity in counter-terrorism management.

Author, Philip Haney, who elucidated in his book "See Something, Do Nothing" how Obama had his administration force his demotion after complaining about Obama's managers deleting thousands of Dept. of Homeland intelligence records on Islamism in the U.S. and their international networks.

Daniel and Elana Greenfield speak with AFA's Olga Matlin
AFA Exec Dir Karen Siegemund and Jim Simpson in bkgd
American political analyst, Daniel Greenfield, reflects on American Freedom Alliance's Heroes of Conscience Awards event. He comments on Pres. Donald Trump's Middle East efforts to put Saudi Arabia on notice to reign-in their imperialistic extremist movement through international mosques and madrassas. He addresses continued, misplaced Jewish-establishment criticism of Pres. Trump and David Horowitz.

Political artist, Sabo, reacts to Geert Wilders' speech

Political artist, Sabo, reacts to Dutch legislator, Geert Wilders speech regarding placing limits on Muslim immigration into the Netherlands - and proposing forced assimilation or deportation.


Why is ISIS in Egypt's Sinai? At AIPAC Confab, Oren Kessler, Foundation for Defense of Democracies

"ISIS Targets Egypt: Why the group set its sights on the Sinai" by Oren Kessler in Foreign Affairs.  17th May '16.  Edited for Democracy Broadcasting by Scott Jacobs, Senior Editor. 
Earlier this month, the Islamic State (ISIS) launched a massive media campaign in support of the insurgency in Sinai. Officials from 14 of its so-called provinces in Iraq, Libya, and Syria released videos promoting an Egyptian affiliate group, Sinai Province. The videos feature typical ISIS themes, such as condemnations of apostate Arab and Western governments, glorification of successful attacks, and praise for martyred brethren. What sets these videos apart, however, is the sheer number released at once, as well as their focus on Sinai, which previously played a relatively minor role in ISIS propaganda.
This media blitz could mark a turning point in ISIS strategy. The group has lost territory in Iraq and Syria, and the videos could signal a reorientation toward North Africa. ISIS may also be trying to boost morale and recruit new members. Finally, the releases could portend ISIS’ growing interest in Israel, and might suggest that the country could be the caliphate’s next target.

AIPAC '17 Policy Conference in Washington in March  AIPAC: Trouble from "ISIS in the Sinai" exclusive video. Oren Kessler, Deputy Director of Research at Foundation for The Defense of Democracies discusses ISIS' insurgency in Sinai- a problem for Egypt and Israel- and the dynamics between them) Recorded . The second-sequential segment is the Question and Answer sequel to Mr. Kessler's main talk.

The scale of the Sinai campaign is nearly unprecedented, rivaled only by an earlier media blitz against the monarchy of Saudi Arabia—a natural target given its significance as the birthplace of Islam and site of its two holiest places. That series, released in December 2015, excoriated the ruling family for working with “Crusader” states like the United States, and called on Saudis to join ISIS’ branch in the kingdom. Similarly, the latest videos accuse the Egyptian government of tyranny, condemning Cairo’s ties to Saudi Arabia and the United States. 

The videos also extend their criticism to the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated former President Mohamed Morsi for his alliances with secular governments, such as Turkey, and chastise the Brotherhood for ruling Egypt under “man-made” rather than Islamic law. 
The series warns Egyptians against adopting the “new religion” of democracy, and urge them to “wake up and realize [their] salvation is with sharia.” They play up Sinai’s location as the “land of the prophet Moses,” denounce Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi as a new Pharaoh, and curse him for “protecting the Jews.”
In addition to criticizing the Egyptian government, the latest videos dub Sinai the “gateway to Palestine,” from which ISIS will “liberate” Jerusalem and its iconic al-Aqsa Mosque. The videos show Egyptian leaders and military officials meeting Israeli counterparts, and call Israel’s Jews “victims in waiting,” whom ISIS will deal with after the Egyptian “apostates.” As one fighter warns, Israelis will soon meet the same fate as their supposed Egyptian collaborators: “the knives used to slice open the necks of your spies will slaughter your soldiers tomorrow.”


After Republican presidential victory, WeHo leaders meld L.A. Gay "Pride" Parade into left-wing #ResistMarch to West Hollywood

On Sunday, June 11, the #ResistMarch will bring together people from all walks of life for a peaceful protest march that will begin at the intersection of Hollywood Blvd. and Highland Ave. in Los Angeles and conclude at the intersection of Santa Monica Blvd.and LaPeer Dr. in West Hollywood. Instead of a Pride Parade celebrating the past progress of the LGBTQ+ community, the #ResistMarch will be a gathering to ensure the community’s future.

“This year the LGBTQ+ community is lending its iconic rainbow flag to anyone who feels their rights are at risk and to everyone who believes that America's strength is its diversity.” said Brian Pendleton, Founder of #ResistMarch. “When they come for one of us, they come for all of us. Which is why we our diverse intersectional community must unite as one.”

This intersectional diversity is reflected in the wide array of over 100 partner organizations that have committed their support to the #ResistMarch, including GLAAD, Planned Parenthood, Black Lives Matters, ACLU, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, the Human Rights Campaign, APLA, Bienestar, the City of West Hollywood, among others.

#ResistMarch organizers have prepared a brief opening ceremony with speakers in Hollywood and at the end of the march route, marchers will rally with speaker program and entertainment.

Speakers include: U.S. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, U.S. Congressman Adam Schiff, U.S. Congresswoman Maxine Waters, U.S. Congressman Ted Lieu, California, LosAngeles Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, Los Angeles Councilman David Ryu, West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman, Trans-Activist Bamby Salcedo, AIDS Activist Phil Wilson, #ResistMarch Founder Brian Pendleton, HRC President Chad Griffin, Haim, Margaret Cho, RuPaul, Adam Lambert, Jussie Smollett, Cheyenne Jackson, The Gay Men’s Chorus Of Los Angeles, The Trans-Chorus of Los Angeles, America Ferrera, Black Lives Matter’s Dr. Melina Abdullah, NALEO National Chairman John Duran,
Planned Parenthood’s Sue Dunlap, Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Lorri Jean, Women’s March L.A. Founder Emi Guereca and others.

Transgender jazz bassist, Jennifer Leitham offers DemoCast her opinion on why the ResistMarch has garnered support within the LGBT community.

Resist March will begin in Hollywood with a brief opening ceremony speaker program including a tribute to the one-year anniversary of the Orlando massacre and will finish in West Hollywood with a rally featuring speakers, including the U.S. Congressional Delegation.