There are many, many news outlets scrambling to get an answer about how Obama Department of Homeland Security whistleblower Phil Haney died last week. The local sheriff, in Amador County, California where his body was found, quickly said he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, but his friends and family say NO WAY!
One of Haney’s friends, Leo Hohmann, posted a masterful piece about his patriot colleague.
As I looked at Hohmann’s post just now and wondered what bit could I snip that would capture how Leo describes his relationship with Haney and what he learned by spending time with him, I settled on this one (below) which is a nugget of wisdom Haney leaves all of you that should give you courage going forward.
However, I urge you to read the entire post at LeoHohmann.com:
Murder of Phil Haney, DHS whistleblower, only strengthens resolve of like-minded patriots
If not for Phil, I would have no knowledge of the concept of fitnah, which is key to understanding the whole Islamist strategy to label and shame those of us who understand what they’re up to. Fitnah is a type of stubborn disbelief on the part of non-Muslims who presented a challenge to the spread of Islam from the time of Muhammad up to today.
If the disbelievers persist, they must be dealt with. How do you do that when you don’t have the majority of a population? You play the victim card and use that to slander your enemies. That’s what Islam does so masterfully to gain leverage in non-Muslim countries like America, where gullible, self-loathing liberals fall easy prey to the fitnah strategy. Even the threat of being called an Islamophobe makes them wilt and run for cover. Islamophobia is nothing but the modern-day application of Islamic fitnah. Thank you Phil Haney for this revelation.
I know many of you met Haney as he traveled the country attempting to wake up America to the threat within and we all mourn his passing.
I’ll update this post when we get some answers we can believe about his death. I’m seeing some suggestions that the Dept. of Justice should launch an investigation. But, ahhhh! the way things are going at the DOJ right now can we even trust them to get it right.