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The control factor : our struggle to see the true threat

Author: Bill Siegel
Publisher: Lanham : Hamilton Books, 2012.
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For those who believe America is worth defending, The Control Factor explores the psychological maneuvers, fantasies, and entanglements we engage in to avoid clearly seeing the Islamic threat that confronts us. The prerequisite for developing necessary strategies to ensure our survival is taking responsibility for our perceptions and actions.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Siegel, Bill.
Control Factor : Our Struggle to See the True Threat.
Lanham : Hamilton Books, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Siegel
ISBN: 9780761858171 0761858172
OCLC Number: 802046625
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 364 pages)
Contents: THE CONTROL FACTOR; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I: The Threat; Chapter 1. America Faces a New Challenge; Chapter 2. Our Islamic Enemy; The Family of Islam; Some Critical Aspects of Islam; Abrogation: A Crucial Doctrine; Decoding Labels; Sacred Lying; The West Creates Its Distinctions; The Allegiance of the Masses; The Language of Islam; Uncertain Before Allah; War to the End; Chapter 3. Two Battlefields and America's Inner Jihad; Chapter 4. The Horror Film; Part II: The Control Factor; Chapter 5. The Control Factor-Paths of Denial; Denial; Distraction and Deflection. DeletionDetachment; Displacement; Discoloration; Delusion; Distortion; Demonization; Chapter 6. The Control Factor-The Need to be Liked and the Game of Guilt; Attack Emotions; Grandiosity; Western Shame and Guilt; Bad Faith; Show the World; The "Peaceful Muslim" Disclaimer; The Bully Laughs; Recap; Chapter 7. The Control Factor-Mistaken Identities; Projection and Introjection; The Business Transaction Model; Chapter 8. The Control Factor-Fantasy World; Chapter 9. The Addiction/Enabling Dance-The Transfer of Responsibility; Part III: The Inner Jihad. Chapter 10. The Inner Jihad-What We Don't KnowAdmit We Do Not Yet Know How to Fight; Ignorance and Awareness-The Three Levels of Threat; The Three Levels of Threat; The Violent Jihad; Documenting the Civilization Jihad-The Project and the Explanatory Memorandum; Using the Law to Destroy the Law; Infiltration; The Crafting of the "Moderate Muslim"; The International Institutional Jihad; Level Confusion and Convergence; Chapter 11. The Inner Jihad-Fighting the Control Factor; Transfer of Responsibility-Put it Back Where it Belongs; The Turnaround Moment; Mirroring. The West's Self-Destructive Failure to MirrorReturning All Projections; Tough Love; Speak Up; Support True Reform; Understand, Respect, and Care for the Limits of Western Civilization; One World, One Government; The Fragility of Western Civilization; Chapter 12. Finale; Endnotes; Bibliography; Index; About the Author.
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