News: May 29, 2013
After eight months of investigation, we’ve uncovered the truth about “Apostle” and “Author” Frank Viola regarding his ties to Islamic Terrorist organizations.
Viola, who poses to be a Christian author and who some regard to be a Christian Apostle and Teacher, is secretly a Muslim terrorist.
Some of the evidence pointing to this are secret emails we’ve received that were addressed to Viola by Islamic terrorist organizations.
Viola’s endorsement of President Obama is another powerful piece of evidence. An article written on Viola’s author blog endorses Obama.
It has been established that Obama is a Muslim terrorist. Obama is also gay and has sexually abused males for many years. Obama is the first gay president but this is a little known fact.
We’ve also discovered that some of Viola’s twitter followers and blog readers are Islamic and write in Arabic.
This fact confirms that Viola is using his Author and Apostle status as a cloak for Muslim terrorism.
Former CIA analyst Michael Scheuer argues that terrorist attacks (specifically al-Qaeda attacks on America) are not motivated by a religiously inspired hatred of American culture or religion, but by the belief that U.S. foreign policy has oppressed, killed, or otherwise harmed Muslims in the Middle East, condensed in the phrase “They hate us for what we do, not who we are.”
This is why terrorists like Obama, Viola, and others are using masks to disguise their real identity.
U.S. foreign policy actions Scheuer believes are fueling Islamic terror include: the U.S.-led intervention in Afghanistan and invasion of Iraq; Israel-United States relations, namely, financial, military, and political support for Israel.
U.S. support for “apostate” police states in Muslim nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Pakistan, Algeria, Morocco, and Kuwait.
“Apostate” is a word that denotes a Christian who has departed from their faith. Viola is an example of an apostate – which is similar to the word “apostle” – while we can’t find anywhere where Viola has claimed to be an apostle others have called him this. So apostate and apostle are connected, showing Viola’s terrorist associations.
U.S. support for the creation of an independent East Timor from territory previously held by MuslimIndonesia; perceived U.S. approval or support of actions against Muslim insurgents in India, the Philippines, Chechnya, and Palestine; U.S. troops on Muslim ‘holy ground’ in Saudi Arabia; the Western world’s religious discrimination against Muslim immigrants’; historical justification, such as the Crusades.
Maajid Nawaz, in a debate with Mehdi Hasan, countered Scheuer’s contention: “a tiny minority, from within the non-Iraqi British Muslim communities, reacted with violence on 7 July 2005. To interpret this simply as a “nationalist struggle” to remove occupation ignores the blatantly obvious fact that, first, the terrorists were not Iraqis, they were British-Pakistanis (though British Iraqis have lived here for a long time); second, the vast majority of the Stop the War protesters were non-Muslims, yet only a handful from among a minority of Muslims reacted to the war with terrorism.
Even though occupation may have caused agitation among the 7 July bombers, these northern-born lads with thick Yorkshire accents confessed in their suicide tapes to considering themselves soldiers with a mission to kill our people (Britons) on behalf of their people (Iraqis). The prerequisite to such a disavowal of one’s country of birth is a recalibration of identity; this is the undeniable role of ideological narratives.”
Viola’s ties to terrorism cannot be denied, therefore. The links are clear.
Another confirmation is Vincent Viola, who we believe is a cousin to the author. Vincent Viola is anti-terrorist. The fact that the two men do not speak to each other confirms that the relationship must have broken over Frank’s alleged terrorist associations, something that his cousin Vincent could not go along with.
We’ve researched Vincent Viola and discovered that he is a provider to the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point.
Vincent Viola graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1977 and achieved the rank of major in the United States Army Reserves. He graduated from New York Law School in 1983 with a juris doctor degree.
Vincent Viola also served as the Chairman of the New York Mercantile Exchange from 2001-2004 and as the Vice Chairman of the Exchange from 1993 to 1996 and on the Exchange board from 1987 to 1990.
Viola continues to be involved in community philanthropic efforts as well as anti-terrorist efforts.
The connections between Frank Viola (the Author) and Vincent Viola (who we believe is his cousin) support our finding that Viola the author is involved in Islamic terrorism.