Council on American-Islamic Relations Mentions Itself 9 TIMES In Plan To End ‘White Supremacy’

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations has announced a plan to “dismantle white supremacy” which focuses very heavily on the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

CAIR released the plan, titled “9 Steps to Dismantle White Supremacy and Islamophobia,” earlier this week.

CAIR’s nine-step plan mentions CAIR no fewer than nine times.

The first step the nine-step plan to “dismantle white supremacy” is to ask government officials to remove Confederate symbols. Such a request involves CAIR because CAIR has created a template for state governments, municipal governments and school district leaders to use for introducing resolutions seeking the removal of Confederate memorials and other symbolism. (RELATED: Council on American-Islamic Relations: Tear Down Every Confederate Memorial)

The third step in the effort to “dismantle white supremacy” is to collaborate with CAIR by hosting “an event to discuss issues relating to Islam or Muslims in America.” Event planners can “invite a CAIR speaker” or plan the event with the nearest CAIR chapter. There’s also information of starting a CAIR chapter.

(As an aside, the fifth step is to call elected representatives and ask them to demand that President Donald fire “bigoted staff.”)

The seventh step in the effort to “dismantle white supremacy” forever is to give CAIR money. “CAIR is the nation’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization,” the nine-step plan explains. “CAIR addresses issues of discrimination and hate crimes, and promotes justice and mutual understanding.”

Other phases in CAIR’s nine-step guide to abolishing “white supremacy” include hosting a community celebration — a barbecue perhaps, boycotting racists and “Islamophobes” and urging members of Congress to vote against laws which would make vote fraud more difficult.

In 2009, CAIR was listed by the U.S. government as an unindicted co-conspirator in a scheme that provided funding to the terror group Hamas.

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