Americans are shocked by ongoing news reports chronicling growing chaos in Europe, where massive Muslim migration is wreaking havoc on the continent including horrendous acts of mass terrorism, an epidemic of rape and sexual assault against European women, and large, jihadist-rich enclaves where even police are hesitant to enter. Yet, few realize that America is heading down the same suicidal path. As journalist Leo Hohmann documents in Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest Through Immigration and Resettlement Jihad, an international network of mostly Muslim Brotherhood-linked activists has been building its ranks within the United States for more than three decades, aided by a US immigration system seemingly obsessed with welcoming as many unassimilable migrants with anti-Western values as possible. As a result, largely secret plans for major population changes in hundreds of US cities and towns are already being implemented. As Stealth Invasion reveals, the Muslim Brotherhood has a well-defined strategy for conquering America, not necessarily with violent jihadist attacks although we should expect those to increase but through more subtle means collectively called "civilization jihad." According to the Brotherhood's own documents seized by the FBI, "civilization jihad" involves infiltrating and conquering Western democracies from within, gradually, over time. Meanwhile, the world is undergoing a historic shift of populations out of the Middle East and Africa, and into Europe, Canada, and the United States. Stealth Invasion connects the dots between the problems in Europe now unfolding across America and blows the lid off a corrupt, fraudulent program that has been secretly dumping Third World refugees, many of them radical, on America for decades.
Listeners will meet the people and groups behind this shadowy resettlement network, which starts at the United Nations and includes the White House, some surprising church groups, and corporate honchos involved in everything from investment banking and meatpacking to Florida vacations and yogurt manufacturing. In Stealth Invasion, Leo Hohmann reveals how Congress has turned a blind eye to the program since President Jimmy Carter signed into law the Refugee Act of 1980, allowing the United Nations, not American officials, to select the refugees sent to our cities. As a result, those selected are increasingly coming from hotbeds of radicalism like Syria, Iraq, and Somalia while persecuted Christians are left behind. The government uses a network of private agencies, most with churchy names tied to Lutherans, Catholics, Episcopalians, Jews, and even evangelicals, to do the resettlement work, but the public is shut out of the process from beginning to end.