A reader named Roger S., after reading Gates of Vienna, Christian Action Network, The Politics of CP, and other sources that report on Jamaat ul-Fuqra, was inspired to mount a field trip to Red House, Virginia, and do some first-hand investigation of the Muslims of America compound there. He sent us the following report.
Dear Gates of Vienna,
A fellow concerned Patriot and I were in Charlotte County, Virginia on Thursday doing our a bit of our own surveillance.
The Red House compound and surrounding area were being patrolled and guarded by a couple of black guys dressed as local farm workers in dirty clothes driving a beat up red Ford truck and old grey Chevy truck.
One vehicle was parked at the local store observing non-resident traffic, and the other was driving their perimeter roads. We went undetected for a couple of hours. We found two back entrances/exits. There were cars with tags from Illinois, California, Georgia, and Washington State.
A male of about twenty dressed in white with a white turban scoped us out as we were leaving the guard house. The place was run down and poorly maintained.
Careful conversation with locals at Marston’s and Red House Market revealed that the compound residents use a lot of food stamps and frequent the county health department. They also are very aggressive with strangers asking questions about them. I am told they mostly shop at the Lynchburg Wal-Mart.
We were followed up 726 toward Appomattox by the Ford truck at the store after they observed us taking pictures and waypoints at the gate. We pulled over and stopped about a mile from Red House and jumped out, whereupon he did a 180 back to the store.
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In McDonald’s in Appomattox, Virginia we observed a couple of young black male children four or five years old dressed in black hooded fatigues in a car from Illinois driven by a woman in a black dress, full coverage and veil (Islamic standards). She entered the compound an hour or so later — I bet MacDonald’s was not supposed to be on her diet!
This is an abomination of our system. I am sure they are importing more than food from out of state. It is obvious they are intimidating the local system and politicians.
If you look at the pictures you can see the trails connecting seemingly unrelated homes. I will modify the pictures and show the relation.
Make no mistake: these people are the enemy and very dangerous. Just look at Daniel Pearl’s demise. It is time they are identified and dealt with as such.
It is now my mission. I am not afraid of them. I do respect their potential to wreak havoc and mayhem in our system.
Unfortunately our government by its nature is reactive, not proactive — just look at 9/11.
I have a lot of international flight experience and these people have learned from their mistakes each time and modified the attack plan for better results the next time, i.e. it took two attempts to knock the Twin Towers down.
We should not mistake their intentions or ability. From the reports I am getting they are supplying heroin to multiple gangs and are recruiting them as soldiers to come out of the woodwork nationwide. We cannot fail or this one might be the big one.
I do not want to sound radical or a doomsday forecaster, but believe me, where there is smoke fire will follow unless properly extinguished.
I will keep you posted if we do future investigations, as your site is great and has inspired us.
If you want to learn more about the Muslims of America, scroll down our sidebar and click some of the links in the “Jamaat ul-Fuqra” section.
Sheikh Gilani maintains more than thirty armed compounds spread out in rural areas across the United States and Canada. They are populated mainly by ex-convicts who have converted to Islam. There may be one near you.
Above all, go to the Christian Action Network site and watch the trailer for the documentary “Homegrown Jihad”. This video is an excellent visual summary of the danger we face from these mujahideen in our midst. If you read the materials, watch the video, and become as convinced of the danger as I am, write to your senators and congressman and share your concerns.
Be polite, specific, and detailed — if enough voters make their voices heard and their opinions known, even the most cynical inside-the-Beltway hack will have to pay attention.