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RedBroward’s Tom Lauder and DeNapoli’s Broward GOP Don’t CAIR for Hamze

by Javier Manjarres

Last night’s Broward Republican Party meeting provided yet another regrettable example of its leadership’s dysfunctional incompetence.  Nezar Hamze, the Florida Director of CAIR was slated to be read on to the BREC’s membership roll, but what ensued was an embarrassing display of bigotry that all in attendance were subjected to.

Hamze was denied membership to the BREC after the rules were intentionally changed to specifically keep Hamze from joining.  Hamze has been vocal critic of Congressman Allen West, and he has stated that he would not support him in his re-election bid for Congress.  BREC Chairman Richard Lee DeNapoli orchestrated the rigged chain of events by planting his operatives in crowd, each of whom had a specific task to carry out during the proceedings.

Before Hamze was to be read on to the rolls, DeNapoli entertained motions to change the rules that govern how prospective members join the local GOP.  Never before has the local GOP changed these rules, and it was obvious that this strategy was employed to specifically target Hamze.  DeNapoli allowed for one minute for each candidate to speak to why they wanted to join (11 candidates in all), and five minutes for any rebuttal questions.  As soon as it was Hamze’s turn to speak, DeNapoli’s supporters began to chastise Hamze, and then during the rebuttal segment, DeNapoli called up on several of his supporters who attacked Hamze with questions such as “What is your religion?”

Prior to the meeting, members or guests were seen distributing an anti-Hamze document, clearly violating what DeNapoli had previously stated which required all literature handouts to be authorized by the BREC prior to distribution. So it was obvious that the fix was in, and the BREC leadership allowed for the document to be distributed- hypocrisy at it’s highest.

Hamze was denied membership by a questionable motion of voting on a secret ballot, losing 158-11.  Just to reiterate, the other candidates were not put through the same type of scrutiny that Hamze was-  Hamze  works for CAIR-FL, and the group’s parent organization the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was named as an unidicted co-conspirator to terrorism several years back and is alleged to have ties to the terrorist group Hamas.

At the end of the circus, Tom Lauder of RedBroward blog, a blog that lacks journalistic integrity and shills for the Charlie Crist Republicans like Richard ‘Dick’ DeNapoli, Colleen Stolberg, Mark McCarthy and others, attacked a congressional candidate by sticking his camera in the candidates’ face and disingenuously questioned her campaign efforts. Lauder literally came inches from her face- showing no class with his aggressive ambush style journalism.

Lauder wrote about the incident on both RedBroward and on and claimed that the Shark Tanks was “Endorsing CAIR Director Memberhip in Florida GOP”. Redstate managing editor Erick Erickson took issue with this post:

Just an Editor’s Note from Erick. I know and fully respect Javier Manjarres. He and I have together endorsed Adam Hasner for the Senate in Florida. I also know that Javier has been under sustained attack by Republicans in Broward County for exposing some rather shady shenanigans within the Broward County GOP. Because of that exposure, the local GOP has been out to get Javier. When I see user names like this and read stuff like this, the first think I think is that this is yet again another attack on Javier trying to get him back for exposing the reckless level of incompetence in Broward.

Javier does awesome work and that he’s drawing this sort of fire means he is really doing good work.

— Erick”


Thank You Erick for highlighting the fact that Lauder’s spin on this matter cannot withstand any serious scrutiny. Lauder should do his own reporting and stick to the facts rather than regurgitating news from other credible sources on the internet.

Interestingly enough, on his application, Hamze stated that I, Javier Manjarres had ‘encouraged’ him to join the BREC, when what I really did was answer his question of whether he should go through with it or not, I simply told him what the criteria was to become a member, and if he met the criteria set by the Republican Party, he or anyone else could join the BREC.  Hamze’s application lacked my signature next my name that he wrote in, and he took it upon himself to explain that I did not ask him to join- Hamze was planning to join regardless of any input he received from me.

The BREC’s history of shenanigans goes back a long ways with its past support of Governor Charlie Crist and their current support of Senate candidate George LeMieux.  DeNapoli has also confided in members that he “would do everything to support” Joe Kaufman in his campaign for Congress.  Kaufman is the chairman of Americans Against Hate, a Pro-Israel group that has been at odds with CAIR over the past years. Kaufman spoke out against Hamze, but he unfortunately represents a one-trick political pony style of candidate whose shrill delivery fits the mold of the stereotypical extremist candidate that the Democrat Party has long tried to caricature all Republicans as.

Joe Kaufman needs to be given full credit for exposing the fact the Hamze intended to join the Republican Party ranks. Last month at the Fort Lauderdale Tea party meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Kaufman announced to the crowd of about 100 that DeNapoli had told him that Hamze was going to apply to the BREC.  Upon listening to Kaufman, I took it upon myself to reach out to Hamze to ask him if it was true, and what his real motive was to join. Kudos to Joe!

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Javier Manjarres

As the managing editor of The Shark Tank, Javier was awarded the 2011 CPAC Blogger of the Year. Countless videos and articles from the Shark Tank have been featured on Fox News, The Hill, Wall Street Journal, and other national news publications. Javier has also appeared on Univision’s “Al Punto” and numerous radio shows, including being the weekly 92.5 Fox News' DayBreak with Drew Steele political contributor

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  1. Disappointed in Broward September 27, 2011 at 1:57 pm

    TEA PARTY IDIOTS: You can’t stand DeNapoli because he is a divisive weasel. Like the spineless weasel that he is, he didn’t want to let in a Muslim, but he didn’t have guts to just follow the rules and let the chips fall where they may. No, instead you did his dirty work for him and in the process tainted the whole Tea Party as ignorant bigots.

    • Proud Kafir September 27, 2011 at 10:30 pm

      Do you know what CAIR is about? Clearly you do not…you call people BIGOTS who do not want to associate with SCUM WHO WANT TO DOMINATE AMERICA? You need to learn about the ISLAMIC INTENT before you call AMERICANS who are trying to save AMERICA bigots….google IBRAHIM COOPER of CAIR look at things he says……better yet come to my Facebook page I will educate you on CAIR AND islam…I have a few openings left for friends..FRIEND ME I will teach you to open your eyes to the threat we are under and CAIR is a HUGE PROBLEM would never be an asset to the GOP…..Find me on FB…. Pamela Kafir Liner. If you have no idea what a KAFIR IS then you should never speak ill of anyone trying to stop ISLAMIZATION of AMERICA…

    • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 1:21 am

      Your argument is the epitome of oxymoronic logic.

  2. BanditZeroThree September 27, 2011 at 3:54 pm

    Soooo…By denying entry of a man who is the local agent of an unindicted co-conspirator in the nations largest counter terror /funding trial, who routinely demagogues our duly elected Federal officials, our pastors and political challengers, a man who will not renounce Hamas, but instead comes to the defense of other local terrorist fund raisers…brands me a racist?

    I guess I am a racist.


    • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 1:22 am

      And you’re also a hobbit and an SOB and an astro-turfer!

  3. no spin zone September 27, 2011 at 4:40 pm


    I’m a fan but you are wrong here. I went in expecting a complete debacle and this issue was handled in one of the best ways it could have been. Despite idiots asking about religion and the class act who came up to Hamze right after calling him a piece of sh#t, the BREC did the right thing. It followed it’s constitiution to the letter and thus prevents Hamze from having a valid grounds for legal action. Of course that probably won’t stop him, but at least we didn’t arm him. It looks like you wanted to put this on DeNapoli so any decision he made could be fodder for you. Instead this went to the membership, as it should have, and an overwhelming decision was made. What you call dysfunctional incompetence was brilliant.

    As to the bigotry that was present that can’t be laid at the feet of leadership. That was some truly ignorant classless jerks that unfortunately are part of the membership. The only failing of leadership there was not moving to remove those few morons whom do not represent the ideals of our party our the reason this vote was made.

    As to you and Lauder….keep it up. He is a hack just reporting other people’s stories and watching the two of you act like school yard twirps was quite fun.

  4. Tamara September 27, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    Nothing like “creating a story”!

    I mean just refer a CAIR member to BREC, then write stories objecting to his membership being considered by that same groups leadership, DeNapoli. Then go to the meeting and defend the Cair member against BREC”

    “One Broward Republican member, blogger Javier Manjarres, objected to the process.

    “They singled him out,” Manjarres said. “It was a setup.”

    It was a set up by you all along Javier. Pathetic.

    …here is the rest of the story!

    I just cannot take liars and manipulators! Taking up both sides are ya??? Right wing conservatives are not double minded Javier. Get a check on those principles!

    • Javier Manjarres September 27, 2011 at 10:25 pm

      Ummm wrong. Tamara know the that facts before you make another ignorant and misinformed statement like this. The set up was the BREC, who made a circus out of the meeting.

  5. JACK GILLIES September 27, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    Last night was my proudest moment as a Broward Republican Executive Committee member. The leadership was great in allowing its members under the written rules, I for one, to bring motions to the floor. It was “We the People” of the club who drove this bus, not the Board.

    I was proud to stand in the same room with like-minded people who took a stand for principles. I am ashamed of the 11 people who voted “yes”. Who are those shameful 11? I was proud to put “Nay” on my ballot along with writing, “JACK GILLIES SAYS NO EFFING WAY,” knowing that the South Florida Director of C.A.I.R. would read it!

    As most people already know, I did not vote for our current chairman of BREC. But I was proud of the leadership last evening for allowing all members the opportunity to have their say. I was hell-bent on stopping the membership of a guy whose purpose seemingly has been to take down my Congressman, Allen West, among other things.

    A few excerpts from the article followed by my comments:

    “an embarrassing display of bigotry”
    If my not wanting somebody from C.A.I.R. in my club, then I guess I am a bigot.

    “was denied membership to the BREC after the rules were intentionally changed”
    The rules simply say a majority vote… “The People Spoke”.

    “rigged chain of events by planting his operatives in crowd”
    No, my operatives! Or in my opinion, we have a well educated base in our club.

    “entertained motions to change the rules” , “it was obvious that this strategy was emplyed to specifically target” , “supporters began to chastise” , “several of his supporters who attacked”
    I guess I’m guilty as charged since I hogged the mike for a large part of the process.

    “members or guests were seen distributing”
    Yes, I was responsible for the handing out of several hundred unauthorized flyers stating my opinion.

    “motion of voting on a secret ballot”
    I guess it was no secret since Hamze and his team viewed every vote, but we probably saved him from further embarrassment because the group might have brought down the roof with a loud “NAY”!

    “(CAIR) was named as an unidicted (sp) co-conspirator to terrorism several years back and is alleged to have ties to the terrorist group Hamas”
    Not much for me to add here.

    With Nezar Hamze having been given the message that his behavior is not wanted in BREC, the important thing is for club members, including me, to put aside our differences and work together for the betterment of the Republican cause.

    Oh yes, kudos to the person in the back of the room who yelled “NUTS”!

    Jack Gillies

  6. BREC Members September 27, 2011 at 7:07 pm

    I heard Joe Kaufman never really had a job in his whole life! Now he want’s to run for Congress? And now he hangs out with Charlie Crist Republicans like Richard DeNapoli? Say it ain’t so Joe!!!

    • LuvDogs2 September 28, 2011 at 7:11 pm

      Karen Harrington for Congress!!!

  7. Lisa Rovella September 27, 2011 at 7:50 pm

    @ JACK GILLIES, Bla, bla, bla, We all know about CAIR Jack… We are against them just as much as you are. You are proud of the leadership of BREC? Really? You are proud of a Chairman that has no balls to give his own opinion and take a stand as our leader just to let us do his dirty work? Oooooooooooooooook. Jack, when was the last time you’re new HERO DeNapoli stood a street corner protesting against the Palestinians that were screaming at us Jews that we should go back in the ovens and Christians should die as well? When did you’re new HERO DeNapoli stood at a street corner at a Tea Party with you except when he was running for Chairman one week before his election? Name me one time that your new HERO DeNapoli did anything for you and you’re cause? I do recall Javier filming one of you’re events and showing it all over the place to help you out. I do recall Javier waaaay before he had his blog stood with Joyce and all of us at Broward blvd and Miami protesting the TERRORIST and literally getting in a pushing match while they said they wanted to kill us! Where was you’re HERO then? Thank GOD that there is a Javier to expose RINO’S in our party and people like Hamze! We all know you are supporting Joe for congress and we all know that Richard said behind closed doors that he will help Joe for with his campaign but remember something… Remember who you’re real friends are, what you are really fighting for and never ever sell you’re soul to the Devil! I’ll pray for you.

    • Lisa Rovella September 29, 2011 at 2:27 am

      Click on the 27th date of the pod-cast to hear Joyce talk to Javier and others about what happened at Brec that night…

  8. JACK GILLIES September 28, 2011 at 2:24 am

    @Lisa Rovella

    Fortunately you and I know about C.A.I.R., unfortunately the masses are lacking our knowledge.

    I am proud of the leadership of BREC, as they allowed a me, a single voice in the crowd, to bring my objection to our group about a possible new member who I thought would be a detriment to our club.

    As for the “dirty work”, I have no problem rolling up my sleeves, as I believe you are with me, in stopping a person that does not belong in our club.

    As for our chairman standing on a street corner or showing up for a tea party event, that was not my issue Monday. My issue was stopping the approval of somebody that I thought was not right for our club.

    Not only did Javier film one of our events, but many. He has always been a champion showing up and delivering his talents. Unless I goof up, which anything is possible with me, he will have a prime seating location to film our event this Saturday.

    I applaud Javier for showing up in downtown Fort Lauderdale and Miami tussling with these idiots. I think if you were to ask him, he would tell you that he could count on me backing him up in a tight spot.

    As for RINO’s, I believe Javier would tell you that 99% of the time he and I are on the same page when it comes to RINO’s. I’m sure he and I will be working together in roughing up a few more in the next year.

    As for Joe Kaufman, he’s a friend first, but my respect for his plight in life is unwavering. I wish I had 1/4 the knowledge and persistance he has. But lets all remember, it’s anybody but DWS!

    Unfortunately as we continue to pass through life we are always searching for our real friends. As for me, I have never sold-out to the devil, yet! Unless of course he gets the Republican nomination and runs against Barack Obama. At that point I will have a major decision to make. In that case, please continue praying for me.

    Hope to chat with you at upcoming events!

    Jack Gillies

  9. Disappointed in Broward September 28, 2011 at 8:20 am

    There is STUPID and then there is IGNORANT. Mobs require pretty much equal parts of both.

    STUPID is not being able to see that your Spineless Chairman, whom you hate got the voting system changed. Just for this one guy. How?

    1) New members in Broward have always been voted on as a group. Names are read and the Committee votes. That’s why they call it being “read on”. Starting with Monday’s meeting, prospective members will be voted upon individually. Change #1.

    2) For this ONE guy, a secret, written ballot was taken. Never happened before. And Richard’s crew were clearly ready for it. The ballots were in hand. Why? Change #2

    Then there is IGNORANT. This is America. A man is innocent until proven guilty. This guy has not even been charged with any crime. So for membership in an organization – to which it is no crime to belong – you would keep him out? Truly you people are a throwback to Nazi Germany.

    There is a THIRD DEGREE OF IDIOCY: Being STUPID and IGNORANT enough to be PROUD of both.

    • Bob September 29, 2011 at 11:25 am

      The rules were changed in accordance with the charter and procedure. What’s wrong with that? You strike me as a fan of hope & change.

      Let me put YOUR IGNORANCE in perspective. Ever hear of the right of free association? Would it make sense for the US Chamber of Commerce to allow the head of the Communist Party USA to join? What about the head of NAMBLA joining the Boy Scout leadership? Gee, do you think the Broward Democrat Exec Committee would allow Alan West’s wife to join if she registered Democrat?

      The only reasons Hamze wanted in was to gather intel, distract, subvert, and garner publicity.

      To defeat evil you must first be able to discern it, a skill you are obviously lacking.

      • Jack Gillies September 29, 2011 at 12:27 pm

        Spot dead on Bob!

        You’ve been given the “ace” award!

        Jack Gillies

  10. Steve September 28, 2011 at 11:28 am

    I am a former eight year precinct committeeman here in our central Fla. Republican Executive Committee. Most of my activism was prior to the 9/11 Muslim-terror attacks in New York and Washington. Those attacks were a game-changer for our nation and our party. The left is not going to address this growing problem. That means Republicans MUST address it. We’ve got to have standards on fundamental issues in which we agree. Either we fight the global and the stealth jihad or we allow jihadists and their sympathizers into the ranks of our party.

    This problem is being dealt with at the national level with folks like Grover Norquist (Islamic Institute), Suhail Kahn, etc. It may seem bigoted and intolerant on my part (so be it), Executive Committees need to have voluntary pledges (which speak to issues such as the US Constitution, sharia, freedom of speech – even if it is critical of religion(s), etc.) and questionaires for prospective committeemen and committeewomen. I believe voting should be open and honest. Bringing out troubling connections, ideologies and beliefs on the part of prospective candidates is fair game.

    • Jack Gillies September 28, 2011 at 11:43 am

      God Bless you Steve!

      Keep spreading the word, not only in your club, but nationally!

      Like my good friend and pastor, Rev. O’Neal Dozier, always says: “I call an ace an ace, and a spade a spade”.

      The truth will set you free!

      • Steve September 28, 2011 at 12:05 pm

        Jack, if an REC wants to maintain principle and integrity, that means scrutinizing prospective candidates. If the stealth jihad gets a foothold in the Republican party, it’s the beginning of the end. There are too few (Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch is one) vetting these Republican candidates who (we hope one of them) will replace Obama November 2012. It’s got to be done. Spencer has been clobbered (he and Pamela Geller) for asking the hard questions, by Erick Erickson’s Red State of all people! We were called bigots, purists, intolerant what have you because we wanted to have standards for those who make policy at the local, state and national level. So be it.

        • Jack Gillies September 28, 2011 at 12:22 pm


          Tea Party Fort Lauderdale is hosting a “private” forum this Saturday following our 136th consecutive weekly tea party.

          Guest speakers include Pamela Geller, Joyce Kaufman, Doug Giles, & others. The event is sold-out, but, if you would like to attend, we’ll make room.

          You can contact us at

          Jack Gillies

          • Javier Manjarres September 28, 2011 at 12:26 pm

            fyi, I emailed in my RSVP along with Eddie’s and Pat’s awhile back. Are we good for the event, and can I bring other members of my mosque? lol

          • Steve September 28, 2011 at 12:46 pm

            Thanks Jack. My business is agriculture; living things. Better than thirty years now. It is very difficult for me to get away for any length of time. God-willing I will sell this business but not until we remove Obama from office. He is destroying prosperity. Real estate market is in ruins because of him.

      • Patrick Castronovo September 29, 2011 at 2:04 am

        Amen Jack!

  11. Tim McClellan September 28, 2011 at 11:36 am

    For all of you that do not understand the reality of CAIR or any other terrorist groups or groups that sympathize with terrorist. We just plain do need the enemy in our camp. If you do not believe this to be true, take a look at England and how they now have Sharia Law in their Courts and are overrun with Mosques.

    The last numbers I saw on the makeup of Mosques is ten percent are truly Religious organizations and the remaining ninety percent are fronts for Radical Islamic terrorists.

    Apparently many of you, including Javier do not understand the difference between Radical Islam and Hamas. Other than them both being terrorist groups they are night and day differences and it is no surprise that Hamze would not support Hamas.

    It is a shame that Javier while continuing his shameful attacks on BREC is ignoring the bigger picture. All of you need to remember the BREC Board does not get paid for all the hard work and planning and organizing that they do. To “Disappointed in Broward” if you are so unhappy, leave, we will get by without whiners and complainers like you. Better yet since you love Javier so much, maybe you should go to work for him. You two are made for each other. If the two of you put all your negative energy into helping maybe you could be an asset to BREC.

    Back to the point, we have to draw the line somewhere that we are not giving up our Country! I comment the BREC Board for taking a stand.

    Tim McClellan
    Political Strategist (R)

    • Javier Manjarres September 28, 2011 at 11:46 am

      Tim, what is disappointed is that fact that you have become such an hack and shill for DeNapoli & Co. What is (Still) embarrassing is the fact that you continue to refer to yourself as a ‘Politcal Stratagist’. Who have you ‘strategized’ for? Are you only ‘strategizing’ for your self? The reason I ask is because I cannot find one sane person that would actually hire you for anything.

      You are such a hypocrit by blating ‘Dick’ Denapoli to others, and the praising him-have they not coddled you enough?

      Do you need a hug or something? Your are pathetic

  12. Steve September 28, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Dissapointed Broward (DIB), you wrote:

    1) New members in Broward have always been voted on as a group. Names are read and the Committee votes. That’s why they call it being “read on”. Starting with Monday’s meeting, prospective members will be voted upon individually. Change #1…”

    This “group voting” method needs to be changed. The stakes are too high! You do not understand the danger this nation faces. Even in our central Fla. Executive Committee, candidates were voted on one at a time by ballot. Candidates were questioned by Committeemen and women. Sometimes a motion was made for an open vote if there were not multiple nominees but an individual candidate who was clearly not a problem.

    2) For this ONE guy, a secret, written ballot was taken. Never happened before. And Richard’s crew were clearly ready for it. The ballots were in hand. Why? Change #2….”

    Again, there is nothing wrong with the (secret) ballot system, so long as it is applied equally to all the candidates applying that evening.

    DIB wrote: “Then there is IGNORANT. This is America. A man is innocent until proven guilty. This guy has not even been charged with any crime. So for membership in an organization – to which it is no crime to belong – you would keep him out? Truly you people are a throwback to Nazi Germany….”

    The ignorance you speak of, is the ignorance on the part of conservatives, Republicans and tea party activists of the danger posed by the global and the domestic (“stealth”) jihad. Let me ask you, what scholars and authors on Islam have you read post 9/11? Have you read anyone? Do you have any idea about the threat this nation faces? The tea party has to be about more than the size of government and government spending, albeit these issues are important. National security and foreign policy are critical. If the tea party does not get up to speed on these things, it will be ineffective in the long run. Little doubt Joe Kaufman is trying to educate those activists in south Florida.

    DIB: “There is a THIRD DEGREE OF IDIOCY: Being STUPID and IGNORANT enough to be PROUD of both.”

    Absolutely. Why do you choose to be ignorant rather than informed on a such a critical and fundamental issue as this treat to our nation?

    • Jack Gillies September 28, 2011 at 11:48 am

      This is a prime example of calling a spade a spade!

  13. Steve September 28, 2011 at 11:58 am

    Fed up Brec member Wrote:
    All who that want to hear about what went on with the Brec that night about Hamze listen to Joyce on this pod cast. Click here.

    She’s making talk about the men she enjoys watching on a television program. Why did you link to this? I don’t have time to listen to small talk.

    • BREC Member’s September 29, 2011 at 2:24 am

      Click on the 27th date of the pod cast and Joyce has Javier and others on and they talked about the Brec that night.

    • Tea Party Voter in Fl. September 29, 2011 at 2:29 am

      @ Steve, Click on the 27th date of the pod-cast to hear Joyce talk to Javier and others about what happened at Brec that night…

  14. Jack Gillies September 28, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    FROM: Javier Manjarres
    September 28, 2011 – 12:26 pm
    fyi, I emailed in my RSVP along with Eddie’s and Pat’s awhile back. Are we good for the event, and can I bring other members of my mosque? lol

    You were the first to RSVP to our “private” event! I’ve got you down for Eddie, Patrick, Karen & you. Is Karen still in? If not give me a call because I have people on a waiting list.

    As for bringing members of your mosque in Margate, please leave them home for this event. Ever since your imam was arrested and jailed… LOL

    See you Saturday, and don’t wear your turbin

    Jack Gillies

  15. Randall Todd Royer September 28, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    I am not a member of BREC and have no dog in the groups internal politics.

    The Nezar Hamze case will have a direct impact on REC’s throughout Florida – which is why I attended and watched the proceedings closely.

    CAIR and Hamze were testing the perimeter of the Republican infrastructure in Florida. BREC just happened to be at the right place at the right time.

    Hamze’s “legal separation” is no more than a legal term of art. Hamze and CAIR are one in the same (ideologically and politically).

    CAIR wins if they file a discrimination suit even if it has merit or not. Reporters like Caputo will report the Republicans are cheerleaders of hate and bigotry against Muslims. In a “LawFare” case that is the definition of victory – who wins or looses is irrelevant. FACT: There were Blacks, Hispanics, and a few white men and women who were unanimously elected into BREC. There was NO Bigotry displayed by BREC membership.

    CAIR wins if Hamze gets elected into BREC because the next step is an Islamic Republican Club inside the Republican party. CAIR wins here too because this “model of infiltration” will be replayed in REC’s across the country. If CAIR/Hamze do not get there way on any matter once inside BREC – Racial blackmail will rule the day even though Islam and Muslims are neither a Race or Ethnic Group.

    BREC leadership followed the rules to the letter. Nezar Hamze was the liar about his Republican affiliation for 10+ years, he lied about one of his people who invited him into BREC.

    Looking from the outside there appeared to be a player who may have been using Hamze for his own political and/or personal revenge purposes. Hamze was using this person for his own purposes.

    CAIR is a dangerous organization. Anyone who would help Nezar Hamze and CAIR further their political agenda in America, even at the BREC level, for whatever reason – Needs to take a breath and realize that helping CAIR infiltrate BREC has serious long term implications that will last long after this meetings political theatre is forgotten.

    We are fighting an Information War in America – CAIR is trying to win the “Hearts and Minds of the American People and their fellow American Muslims” Whoever helps CAIR hurts the USA, The Constitution, and our Bill of Rights. The time for being non-Judgemental and PC is long past.

    Randall Todd Royer

    • Jack Gillies September 28, 2011 at 1:24 pm

      Great job Randall Todd Royer!

      You’re an ACE, because you called a spade a spade!

      Political correctness has killed us in the past, NOT ANYMORE!

      Jack Gillies

  16. David Crespo September 28, 2011 at 1:39 pm

    While I agree that the process was unfair, I consider it a blessing that Hamze did not join the BREC. I don’t trust anyone who is affiliated with CAIR, and that is why I opposed him.

  17. Tim McClellan September 28, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    Javier, will you ever grow up? Send me your email list and I will give you my Client list. The type of work I provide is solid, timely and provides candidates with solid strategies to win. Unlike you I work to promote good solid Rubublicans, not bitch and whine all the time.

    I am a Political Strategist, but I would guess you do not even know what that means. Unlike you I help for the right reasons, not to be popular, not for the publicity, not to attack people and deffinitely not to make the Party look bad. So El Sharko, stick to disseminating your personal opinions to people as facts and I hope at the end of the day you are happy with yourself.

    I am very happy with what I have accomplished and it is a pleasure to work with the caliber of candidates that I do.

    El Sharko, for the most part you produce the biggest piece of garbage on the web and you accomplich virtually nothing. Oh I forgot you do support candidates if they buy advertisements on your lame blog.

    I will put my 28 years of political experience up against your 2 years anytime. Stick to the facts, don’t sell out for advertisements and support the Republican Party and then I will begin to reconsider you as legitimate.

    Most people do not know you have a problem with people in authority. remember how you attacked Chip LaMarca? Nows its Richard Dinapoli’s turn and whoever gets elected next will get the same treatment from you. Do you see the pattern forming?

    By the way I did not forget that you did not attack Cindy Guarra. I am sure it is because she is a lawyer and she was very close to the Attorny General and you were afraid you would be sued.

    You have the potential to provide a valuable service to people, I truely wish you would do it in an unbiased and unobjective way.

    • Javier Manjarres September 28, 2011 at 2:33 pm

      Ok ‘Political Strategist’, whatever you say. You should pay attention more, because if you did, you would realize how everyone, including the people you align yourself with laugh at you.

      And lose the dumb political strategist badge and t-shirt, who does that?!

      You are simply lame…

    • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 12:58 am

      Political strategist? I see that you still go around, pretending to be more than what you actually are. Tim, stop the BS, the entire county is laughing at you. You are inept, deceitful and NO candidate, politician or grass root group want anything to do with you.

      Seriously, stop the pretense. In case you have not figured it out yet, next time when you show up at the BREC meeting pay attention and you’ll hear the snickering behind your back.

      I am so agreeing with Sharkie here: you are lame indeed.

  18. Bastiat September 28, 2011 at 3:54 pm


    What is your level of education? I only ask because you seem to encounter a great deal of difficulty with mispelling basic words. I think you are misguided and perhaps slighlty confused. You seem to have selected the wrong political party. If you wish to embrace radical islam, scream about islamophobia and are proud to associate yourself with the new gay-friendly CPAC, you would probably encounter much less controversy in the Democratic party.

    You obviously use the “Crist” brush to paint anyone who believes that radical islam has no place in the BREC and gay activists should have no role in CPAC. Much like your friend, Grover Norquist( a muslim convert who wants to expand the party by reaching out to homosexuals and repealing the PatriotAct), you are confused. In fact, I think you would find that Mr. Crist, Adam(I love Cap and Trade)Hasner and LeMeuix would be in your corner on these issues. You seem to be more alligned with these liberal elites than the rank and file of the party( the way metaphorically kicked your but last night).

    May I show you the door to my party….you are obviously in the wrong place.

    • Javier Manjarres September 28, 2011 at 4:12 pm

      Ignorance. btw, how do you spell ‘butt’?

      “You seem to be more alligned with these liberal elites than the rank and file of the party( the way metaphorically kicked your but last night).”

      You were saying….?

      • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 1:03 am

        LOL don’t you love it when pretentious blowhards end up eating their own misspelled words?

        Et, mon ami, Bastiat, why use the name of a well known French progressive? Is that your hero?

        Another pseudo-intellectual! So laughable!

  19. BRUCIE September 28, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    Since Nezar Hamze is always trying to blow sunshine up Allen’s butt, why doesn’t he join The Log Cabin Club.

  20. Bastiat September 28, 2011 at 4:20 pm

    So you reply to brief comment regarding structure and ignore the content. Come on can do better..

    • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 1:06 am

      Continuing the pretentious wannabe, I see, with adolescent and puerile comebacks! GoProud? Really? Is that the best you can do? (rhetorical question btw, since the answer is quite obvious!)

      Cupcake, trust me, you AIN’T as smart as you think you are! You are mildly amusing but that’s about it.

  21. Bastiat September 28, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Ignorance? This is your reply? Some vague term that fails to address any of the complaints/concerns/criticisms outlined in response to this blog?

  22. Randall Todd Royer September 28, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    From today’s CAIR email blast on the GOP:

    CAIR: The GOP Has Declared War on American Muslims: This where the link will take you

    Does this sound like a group who supports the GOP?

    Why don’t all the BREC members try and become a formal members of CAIR. If you are not a fan of CAIR explore you motivations for wanting to join CAIR and you will understand the motivations of one
    Nezar Hamze.

    Thank you

    • JACK GILLIES September 28, 2011 at 11:35 pm

      BRAVO! Great homework! Keep feeding the lost the truth!

      Jack Gillies

    • JACK GILLIES September 28, 2011 at 11:36 pm

      The hits just keep on coming!

      Jack Gillies

    • Religion of Peace B.S. September 29, 2011 at 8:12 am

      Hamze quote from link above:

      Hamze tells Salon’s Justin Elliott that he will persist in going to county meetings: “They can’t stop me from attending the meetings. I believe I can accomplish my goals of helping the party and introducing a Muslim Republican to candidates so they know Muslim Republicans are out there.”

      TAQIYYA, TAQIYYA, TAQIYYA!!! Hamze lies everytime he opens his mouth!

  23. Randall Todd Royer September 28, 2011 at 5:19 pm

    Do want to attend the CAIR Leadership Conference – think twice because this the disclaimer on the application. **Keep in mind CAIR is 501c3**

    CAIR Leadership Conference & 17th Annual Banquet is/are private CAIR event(s) and CAIR reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone for any reason. CAIR also reserves the right to eject anyone from the private event(s) for any reason. Rejected guests will not receive a refund for their tickets or be compensated in any way for their loss. All audio, visual and audio/visual devices and photography, filming, recording and taping are strictly prohibited.

    No refunds issued after October 10, 2011.

    • JACK GILLIES September 28, 2011 at 11:38 pm

      I will not attend this conference, I might get beheaded!

      Jack Gillies

      • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 1:18 am

        LOL Jack. Use a bacon scarf, that should give you a safety buffer !

  24. RBN Member September 28, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    Why don’t u just be a man and admit it when you get caught red handed? You put your own personal interests in making trouble for DeNapoli before the interests of the BREC when you encouraged Hamze to join. Do you really expect us to think that after what Hamze said and after all the articles you’ve written about him that he just woke up one day all on his own and decided to join the BREC? He obviously must have been encouraged by you to join if he wrote your name on his application and said that you encouraged him to join in front of hundreds of people. Gimme a break. We are not that stupid. Your stunt backfired.

    • Javier Manjarres September 29, 2011 at 1:42 am

      LOL! You clowns contradict yourselves. First you tell us not to believe anything CAIR, Hamze or any Muslims says because they are ‘all’ liars, but now you have an epiphany and decide to believe him, only because it suits your questionable and pathetic efforts. This my friend is called hypocrisy…lol

  25. Tim McClellan September 28, 2011 at 11:52 pm




    • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 1:14 am


      Hey, Tim, why don’t you go lying about your qualifications and the people you know to someone else, in another state preferably? There is nobody interested in dealing with you in Florida anymore because your reputation precedes you.

      So zip it, Skippy! Sell the snake oil to someone who doesn’t know you!

      WE DO!

    • Javier Manjarres September 29, 2011 at 1:36 am

      LOL! The Shark Tank’s work and national recognition speaks for itself. Tim McClellan continues to marginalize himself as the angry self-absorbed fraud that feels the need to label himself a ‘political strategist’ just to draw attention to himself. Joke.

    • Richard September 29, 2011 at 2:36 am

      Tim, you wish you were Javier. Grow up little boy! You have become a laughing stock of the Party… LOL!!!

  26. Religion of Peace September 29, 2011 at 10:20 am

    Deus veult!

  27. Tim McClellan September 29, 2011 at 1:11 pm

    To: Coco The Blowfish: the reason behind the all caps is so it would stand out as it has clearly done and you proved it by writing about it. In addition, it would not be deleted like a post I put up yesterday because Javier would not know how many people saw it overnight and he would be busted again for censoring the responses. It worked as my “Strategy” laid out that it would.

    You know nothing about me Coco The Blowfish (nice name, sic) could you hide more? At least I put my name on my writings. You know what I have told you and that hardly makes you an expert, beside I could care less if you know everything there is to know about me. I am sure you are not one of the people I would care to associate with anyway. Throughout the exposure of the scam artist Javier you have learned allot about where I stand and what I stand for. Maybe, just maybe you have learned something. I truly hope so.

    Had Javier not deleted the longest and apparently the posting that truly struck a nerve then you would have heard the whole story from me. If I write it again, he will delete it again. If anyone kept a copy please feel free to re post it.

    As I have mentioned I do what I do for my two Country and my three grandchildren. One of which has Duchenne disease. He is six and will be in a wheelchair by 15 and die before he is 20. Anyone that does anything to get in my way of making sure he does not die because a cure was delayed by Obamacare or from a BS blogger that lies to people and tries to destroy those that people that sacrifice there time, efforts and expertise will feel my wrath! We are moving forward and have a lot of work to do. I have made my case her about the lies and unethical things Javier has done and will probably continue to do. It is your choice whether you choose to read and believe it as if it were fact.

    Javier: Only you are foolish enough to write your nonsense under three names and know body is supposed to you know it was you. Your third grade style of writing stands out in an adult world. You are busted and everyone knows what a RHINO, coward and scare little boy you are and that you seem to be incapable of telling the truth. Then posting two comments with the outdated LOL on it implying in one it is from Richard DiNapoli is pitiful. I actually feel sorry for you. You have gone from lawn cutter to BS blogger, what an accomplishment. Have you stopped cutting lawns or is that why you sell your soul for an advertisement on your slimy rag?

    Have you even noticed that you got your hide tanned from the majority of the posts yesterday? People know who you are and what you are up to. They also know not to trust you. Know there are a lot more that know they cannot trust you and that number will grow as you continue you immoral and unethical ways.

    As for Deus veult, meaning “God wills it” could be taken a number of ways. None of which I feel are relevant here.

    To all who want to throw in their clever comments, don’t bother, I have been an Executive and Entrepreneur since I was 17 (I started one of the first Internet Service Providers in the World) and have heard it all. I am now 55 am as I stated yesterday in the post Javier deleted, these unfounded and childish remarks just falls off me like water does on a ducks back.

    This whole exercise was to educate you about the lack of ethics and morals Javier Manjerres has. I do not feel that way about anyone else.

    There are a lot of good people that read this garbage, just be wary and let’s get to work to get Obama out and a new Republican President and a Republican majority Congress in place to turn the Great USA around!

    The best to all of you,

    Tim McClellan
    Political Strategist (R)

    • Coco The Blowfish September 29, 2011 at 2:51 pm

      Hey, Tim, have you stolen any other domain names that do not belong to you and held them hostages? You think that Broward county forgot what you did to Karin Hoffman?

      Spare me, please!

    • Javier Manjarres September 29, 2011 at 2:58 pm

      Hey Tim-

      If the Shark Tank is really such a worthless rag, why does the widely admired and revered “Political Strategist”(tm) even bother to read it- especially a strategist with a long and distinguished clientele such as yourself? /sarc

      You’re sure spending a lot of time on the site of late.


  28. Former BREC Member September 29, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Gilles – your arrogance is only exceeded by your meanness, ignorance and hatefulness. Except maybe your hypocrisy. After all, don’t you remember the 10 commandments? Oh and listen up: You can’t defend freedom if you are not committed to it. You obviously only believe in freedom for “the right kind” a catchphrase which has meant many things to many people through the ages. I am reminded of the old signs on the beach “NO DOGS OR JEWS ALLOWED”.

    Coco – don’t bother. And don’t defend Karen. She’s a big girl. She’ll be out when they come after the women like they came after the Moslems Monday night.

    Tim – give it a rest. The only thing you “strategize” is how to blow your own horn.

    Javier – obviously the BREC Commandos don’t really want members to refer people to join the BREC. Or only “the right kind”.

    But hey, I saw DeNothing’s wife handing out ballots. And she’s not even a member of the committee. I guess we’ll get a chance to question her when she applies…

    • Jack Gillies September 29, 2011 at 5:29 pm

      @Former BREC Member

      You made some good observations, but I think my arrogance trumps all your other nice compliments! Thank you.

      Jack Gillies

  29. Bastiat September 29, 2011 at 4:23 pm


    You strike me as an uneducated hack who has not even risen to the level of committeeman in the party. Who are you? What power do you wield other thanthe power to demonstrate your ignorance through your barely coherent replies? Please.

    Tim, you are not on the same level of this uneducated, uninformed clown. Someone of your caliber need not not engage a young, misinformed, whiney liberal.

    Bastiat- a progressive? He was about as progressive as you are conservative, Javi. I guess you are unfamiliar with his many works-shocking. I think you are confused with regard to your ideological preferences-perhaps this is a result of your lack of education, experience..or both. You seem to have dug yourself quite the hole with your support of Hamze. Perhaps you met with your friend Norquist in DC who is now under investigation by the FBI for his links to terror. Or perhaps…and this is a wild guess here…you are just a poor, misinformed, UNEDUCATED dupe. Either way- enjoy the digging..

  30. Bastiat September 29, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    Conspicuously absent from Javier’s bio- EDUCATION. EXPERIENCE. Hmmm. This could explain a great deal.

    • Coco The Blowfish October 5, 2011 at 2:38 pm

      Clear obsession from Bastiat over Javier’s EDUCATION. This is what arrogant progressive value most: education over abilities.

      And, at the end of the day, Bastiat argued that socialism is a legal plunder.

      Now move on, you missed DeNapoli’s right butt cheek. It’s in need of more lip service.

  31. I went to Grad school too September 29, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    @ “Bastiat” Bastiat himself (the real one) lacked formal education, having left school at 17 to work on his family business. However, as befits a man with a distinguished political and literary carreer, he was very observant. Much more than you – the latter-day-Bastiat. For instance, he would have noticed that the you were not called a progressve. You were called ignorant. (Which Bastiat was not.) And the one who called you ignorant was not Javier, but rather Coco the Blowfish. Gee could you possibly be a superficially educated fool so blinded by Javier-hate/Richard love as to just want to strike at Javier – regardless of who struck at you?

    • Coco The Blowfish October 5, 2011 at 2:47 pm

      Bastiat, as mentioned above, at the end of the day, justified socialism as a legal plunder. Such conclusion is troubling, to say the least.

      As far as the DeNapoli zombies, they are all the same, they make the same sound as their boots march over the people they label as FOJ (“Friends of Javier”). If DeNapoli were a true leader, he would stop his zombies army but he welcomes this ongoing nonsense. Don’t you find it suspicious how, after Sharon Day and Sheela Venero were attacked on Chad’s website (poor simpletons, they actually think that people have not figured out who are the creeps behind that website) and DeNapoli “denouncing” such attacks on the “leadership”, the posts were immediately removed. Please note how he did not exhibit the same outrage when it came to just irrelevant (in his eyes) BREC members, also vilely mentioned and attacked in the same website.

      So let them be. Truth will will out. It always does!

  32. Nezar Hamze September 30, 2011 at 12:30 am

    hat evening was very interesting. I would like to go on record regarding a couple of things.

    1. The way the entire situation was handled reflects poor leadership competencies and only can be described as shady.

    I was asked over a dozen questions and accused of being a terrorist and other bigoted statements that evening. There was a well orchestrated campaign against me, including defamatory handouts and actual Brec members walking the room telling people to vote no against me. A nice old lady walked up to me (a voting member of brec) and started to tell me to vote no for Nezar Hamze. (She obviously didnt know who I was). I found her presentation convincing , however when I asked her where she got her facts about Nezar Hamze she became frustrated and said ” Just vote no”. I never did tell her who I was.

    I was given 1 minute to introduce myself and another minute to answer over a dozen questions and defamatory accusations. Hardly balanced and fair.

    I was really shocked when the pre-orchestrated motion of a secret ballot was introduced. I was happy to see that they allowed me to witness the counting of the ballots. However there was no vetting process to check all that voted were actually allowed to vote.

    Then another pre-orchestrated motion to destroy the ballots. Wow !

    Anyway, I got a clear message that evening. There were three specific issues brought to my attention.

    1. Because I publicly challenged Allen West and associates.
    2. Because I was Muslim
    3. Because I work for CAIR Florida

    Regarding my public challenge to Allen West and other Republicans. It really is not that hard to figure out. If you think I publicly stand up against Allen West because he is Allen West or a Republican you are not realistic.

    The only time I take a Public Stand against individuals is when then Publicly attack Islam or publicly support individuals or groups that attack Islam. It really is that simple. I have been crystal clear with everybody regarding this issue.

    I am a Muslim and the racist bigotry I faced that evening is nothing short of disgusting. Here are some of the comments I heard that evening. Islam is the devil, no way a Muslim is getting onto Brec, Muslim are terrorist, you are a terrorist. Unfortunately this was the loudest message I heard that evening.

    Regarding my employment with CAIR Florida. First, its irrelevant to the subject of joining Brec. This was not a CAIR Florida thing, it was a Nezar Hamze thing. Second, all the baseless accusations against CAIR Florida are also irrelevant. CAIR Florida has never been named in any case and we are a law abiding organization that protects the Civil Rights of the Muslim community.

    In closing, if the Republican Party wants to grow in Broward the racist discriminatory bigotry displayed that evening will hold us back. If you cant understand this we will never get anywhere.

    If you would have asked me(and given me the opportunity to respond fairly) I would have told you that I cannot support Allen West or any other individual that publicly bashes Islam . This behavior is un-constitutional and Un-American. Just like I wouldn’t support an individual that bashes Judaism, Christianity or any other religion.

    If that disqualifies me than so be it.

    I wish all of you the best and I hope God guides all of us on the straight path.

    • Religion of Peace B.S. September 30, 2011 at 2:15 am

      The question is: How do you know when Nezar Hamze is lying? Answer: His lips are moving!


      “TAQIYYA” literally means: “Concealing, precaution, guarding.” It is employed in disguising one’s beliefs, intentions, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions or strategies. In practical terms it is manifested as dissimulation, lying, deceiving, vexing and confounding with the intention of deflecting attention, foiling or pre-emptive blocking. It is currently employed in fending off and neutralising any criticism of Islam or Muslims.

      Falsehoods told to prevent the denigration of Islam, to protect oneself, or to promote the cause of Islam are sanctioned in the Qur’an and Sunna, including lying under oath in testimony before a court, deceiving by making distorted statements to the media such as the claim that Islam is a “religion of peace”. A Muslim is even permitted to deny or denounce his faith if, in so doing, he protects or furthers the interests of Islam, so long as he remains faithful to Islam in his heart.

      Like many Islamic practices, taqiyya was formed within the context of the culture of Arab tribalism, expansionary warfare, Bedouin raiding and inter-tribal conflict. Taqiyya has been used by Muslims since the 7th century to confuse, confound and divide ‘the enemy’.

    • Coco The Blowfish October 5, 2011 at 2:51 pm

      Mr. Hamze: YOU LIE!

      I was in attendance of that meeting and nobody accused you of being terrorist.

      What disqualifies you is your inability to be truthful and your ongoing trek in attacking Republicans and this post continues to prove it.

      Sir, this is not about you being Muslim, since we have Muslim members in BREC. This is about you, as an individual, what you stand for and the organization whom you represent (which has yet to provide the IRS Form 990). Please, take your lies to the Liberal media, which is more than willing to listen to you so they can paint law abiding, tax paying citizens as being biased.

      We are not biased, sir. We just do not like treachery.

  33. Joe the opportunist! September 30, 2011 at 3:00 am

    Javier. Thanks for sticking your head out and exposing punks like Hamze. No other media has the balls to do it! I see Joe Kaufman and his crazy supporters are using what this LIAR PUNK TERRORIST said to their advantage just to get cheap votes. Everyone knows that Hamze is trying to play everyone. Joe Kaufman knows better then this and for him to add fuel to the fire is just wrong! Hey Joe… Since when has Hamze ever told the truth and was credible? Why is it all of a sudden now that you believe what a TERRORIST says? Your gang might support you but the rest of the people can see right threw you’re BULLSH*T!

    • Fl. Republican voter September 30, 2011 at 7:16 pm

      Joe Kaufman never really had a job. He never owned a business. He never created a job and he never paid for a mortgage… When his grandmother passed she left him her house. What real responsibilities has this guy ever had? And this guy wants to be my Congressman. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!

  34. They would have picked Barrabbas too September 30, 2011 at 8:25 am

    Being able to scream louder – especially when you have the Chairman and his henchmen on your side – doesnt make you right.

    A public stoning is just as wrong when the Saudis do it to an unfaithful wife as when DeNapoli’s BREC do it to a “suspected Terrorist”.

  35. Randall Todd Royer September 30, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    Response to Mr. Hamze’s Post:

    There were 11 people applying for membership to BREC. The demographics of the 11 candidates were male and female, Hispanics, Blacks, and Caucasians. I witnessed no racism based on the unanimous votes of the various “races” that applied for membership.

    Mr. Hamze, Muslim/Islam is neither a race or ethnic group so for you to use the racism card against a group of people who are not racist based on the voting that evening, is a “political” move not “religious”.

    Mr. Hamze, your race is Caucasian, and the faith you follow is Islam. As the leader of a self described “civil rights group” your bigotry towards non-Muslims is a defacto fact based on your actions. I feel sorry for you that your Islam calls on you to attack those who do not share your faith.

    Your brand of Dawah alienated you from those in your community. You should be more loving to your neighbors rather than so hateful. As a Caucasian man I suggest you spend more time with the black and hispanic members of BREC who can give you an education on how vile true racism is. As a white man in America you know not of what you speak.

    Two of the three issues you brought up do have validity. The fact you are a Muslim was not relevant to the issue however, it is an effective debating trick to achieve your rightful place on the mantel of victimhood.

    CAIR: Your job as Director is problematic because the FBI has severed all ties with your national organization. The fact your Chapter of Cair is “legally” separated by a legal term of art, does not mean that you are separated from the reputation and past of CAIR national. We are not in a courtroom so your plea of separation is weak and sends the signal that publicly you won’t even identify proudly with CAIR National because of there ties to terrorism, the arrests and deportations of CAIR leadership. The overwhelming factor in most peoples minds I spoke with, was that the FBI severed all ties to CAIR National. I suspect many people were following the lead of the FBI and Rejecting your application on that one compelling fact.

    Allen West: It is difficult to understand why someone would want to join BREC whose main function is to support Republican Candidates – All Republicans. REC’s across the State are not tasked with changing the REpublican platform only support Republican candidates. By publicly trying to destroy Allen West it is clear you will not be able to support him in the next election cycle thus fulfilling your job as a BREC committeeman.

    Plus the fact you lied about your 10 years of Republican Party Affiliation and Lied about Javier introducing you to BREC on your application shows you appear to be an untrustworthy character. You have time to remedy those questions before the next BREC meeting and set the record straight if you can.

    Muslim Card: BREC is made up of Christians, Jews, Agnostics, and many other faiths. To say that you were not voted in because you are Muslim is a shameful political play. I know of many in the room who support Devout Muslims Dr. Zuhdi Jasser and Tawfiq Hamid – I want to know why CAIR does not support your fellow Muslim reforms in Jasser and Hamid?

    I watched the exchange between you and Allen West. You, Nezar, attacked Allen West by trying to show that he was ignorant of Islamic theology and history. Allen West happened to know Islamic History, Theocracy, and Politics. His facts in the video were backed up by the historical record and codified Islamic texts which had Ijma or consensus. If you consider the historical facts of Islam as “bashing” Islam that is a bigger issue focusing on your apparent psychological pathologies – that discussion is way beyond the scope of this post.

    The way you played the race card from the start of this BREC process and with CAIR’s history of filing frivolous lawsuits at the slightest critique of Political Islam – I am sure you understand why everyone was on edge that your goal was to file a bogus lawsuit to achieve the goals you outlined in your post.

    Your cup is full of hate towards your non-Muslim neighbors at least in BREC from what I witnessed.

    Nezar it is difficult for you to run away from the comments of Omar Ahmad, Founder of CAIR

    “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth,” San Ramon Valley Herald reporter Lisa Gardiner wrote when summarizing the message of Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) founder Omar Ahmad to a Muslim audience in 1998.

    Nezar Hamze you owe an apology to the members of BREC for putting the group through this divisive and hateful display of Public Theatre.

    You have shame and dishonor to your family, politics, and religion. You will go a long to repairing the damage if you sincerely apologize for your actions.

    Thank you

    • Jack Gillies October 3, 2011 at 10:31 am

      Randall Todd Royer is an “ACE”!

      Jack Gillies

  36. Joe Kaufman a Charlie Crist Republican? September 30, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    ATTENTION RPOF! Word is that Charlie Crist Republican Chairman Richard DeNapoli of Brec is helping and supporting Joe Kaufman for Congress over other Republicans in a Republican primary. This should be looked at closer…

  37. Nezar Hamze September 30, 2011 at 11:14 pm


    Thank you for taking the time to respond to my post. I do appreciate your point of view.

    It is interesting that you expect me to apologize for the poor leadership and conflict management skills of BREC leadership. All I did was apply, A simple denial letter would have been fine. The circus clown show that evening were do to circumstances beyond my control. I followed all the instructions given to me.

    I have no hard feelings and hate no one. I am a loving and forgiving man. However, I can probably say with some confidence, I am thoroughly hated.

    Regarding Omar Ahmed statement, I could careless, I never met the man and if I do , I will make sure to explain to him what Islam is. He doesn’t speak for Islam and certainly doesn’t speak for me.

    Please introduce yourself to me at the next BREC meeting, I would be happy to sit and have a conversation with you. If your not interested I understand.

    Your fellow Republican

  38. Randall Todd Royer October 1, 2011 at 12:32 am

    Mr. Hamze,

    The fact you do not argue my points confirms that my words are truth (Haq).

    1. The legal separation between CAIR Chapters and CAIR National is a “legal term of art” confirms there is no ideological difference between CAIR National and it’s chapters – nor should there be. If you Nezar were not in ideological sync with CAIR National you would not be a CAIR S. Florida Chapter Director.

    You do not even argue the point that the FBI severing all ties with CAIR national is problematic and one of the key elements in you not getting voted into a committeeman position with BREC.

    2. If you had respect for the “rules” of BREC you would know there is a process in the books for new members. You new this going in so your comment about just getting a “denial letter” to avoid the “circus clown show” is a slick response but not one based in reality. The rules in place call for the BREC membership to vote on new members – For you to expect special treatment is consistent with CAIR’s past performance and past legal cases. BREC wisely did not follow your suggestion if in fact you asked for special treatment.

    3. You do not deny the role of a REC Committeeman as I articulated. Therefore your position of not supporting certain Republican Candidates would not allow you to preform your functions as a BREC Committeeman. Which I believe someone at the meeting put out on the floor.

    4. You do not comment on my charges that you lied about your Political Party Affiliation for the last 10 years and that Javier supported your formal introduction to BREC using his name. These are two very substantial lies Mr. Hamze that you remain silent on.

    5. You also do not deny that you played the “race” card in your post but refuse to acknowledge that Islam/Muslim is neither a “race” or “ethnic group” What you did Nezar is a form of hatred and disrespect to all Republicans of various races and ethnic groups who are proud of their affiliation with BREC. You met several of those people who were voted in unanimously that night.

    Shame on you for that Mr. Hamze. I find this action of yours most offensive because of the arrogance, superiority, and contempt for your peers in the Broward Community and specifically members of BREC. That type of action signals to me that you are of your mother and bring public shame on the Hamze name and your reputation – whatever that may be.

    6. You say you never met Omar Ahmad so his statement about wanting Islam to be dominant and the highest authority in America is therefore not relevant. That statement is also disrespectful and arrogant to me personally. Omar Ahmad is the Founder of CAIR – He made those statements to a Muslim audience thinking he was safe. He was wrong – The leader of an organization brings in and recruits leaders who support his world view as articulated in his seditious quote.

    You sir voluntarily joined and took a leadership position with CAIR so you must own up and take responsibility for the ideology of it’s leadership. If you in fact disagree with Omar’s statements and all the other similar quotes from CAIR leadership that have been either arrested or deported – you would resign your leadership position in protest and start your own “Civil Rights Group For Muslims” with whatever personal baggage you bring to the table.

    7. Nezar the only hate there is, is in your own heart. I don’t know you personally but I hear you are a very pleasant individual and a good family man. Your actions displayed hatred for everyone at the meeting who you think did you wrong and your words in your posts convey that same hatred. You will not ever see it because you did not get your way and will never understand why.

    Just as you never commented on Zuhdi Jasser and Tawfiq Hamid. CAIR has made many hateful comments about your fellow Muslim Brother Dr. Jasser and Hamid yet you show your hatred again by not protecting your fellow Muslim even though you may view him as an apostate and all non-Muslim BREC members as Kafir.

    One more thing – You do not speak for Islam because Islam speaks for itself through the Qur’an, Hadith, and Sunnah. For you to say who does and doesn’t speak for Islam is raising yourself to an equal level as Allah – and that Nezar Hamze is a very serious crime in Shariah. You are the worst of deceivers Nezar Hamze.

    A lot has changed in the last decade Nezar regarding the sophistication of the general American citizenries basic knowledge of Political, and Shariah Compliant Islam. The general publics knowledge of CAIR and their tactics from the days of Sami al-Arian to today are more well know than you may care to admit.

    Do not underestimate the knowledge of your adversary because we most certainly do not underestimate the ruthlessness and political ideology of CAIR and the Brotherhood.

    God Bless America and God Bless our Troops

    • Jack Gillies October 3, 2011 at 10:32 am

      Randall Todd Royer for President!

      Jack Gillies

  39. Nezar Hamze October 1, 2011 at 11:51 am

    Randall ,

    No matter what I say, you will never be satisfied. You take an answer and twist it to suite your own agenda.If you don’t like the answer, you say I’m lying. If you say I don’t address an issue its because I’m avoiding the truth. You put words in my mouth and then answer your own creation. How can a civil person possibly deal with your unfounded tactics. You actually have made a mental decision that I am to blame for the circus that evening.

    A couple of points, that deserve addressing.

    1. CAIR Florida is its own legal entity. We were established in 2000, we make our own decisions and have our own Board of Directors. The mission of all the chapters is to protect the civil rights for the Muslim community.We are a federation of chapters to describe the reality on the ground. I don’t speak for any other chapter, if you have a problem with a particular chapter, I suggest you reach out to them directly. You term ideological with out explaining, how can I possibly address this unfounded claim.

    2. Regarding BREC Rules. I followed them to the T. I applied and followed up with a phone call to Richard and Collen. I was told everything on my application was inline. Dont accuse me of not respecting the rules of BREC, I followed every rule and every requirement. I even went up and got humiliated on the direction of Richard. Spare me the hypocritical tactics.

    3. I clearly stated I would never violate my OATH. I did go on record saying I would never vote for Allen West unless we could reconcile my issues. There are multiple Republican candidates, we still haven’t reached the primary. So why do I have to support one candidate over another. Why do I have to support one republican candidate over another, we still live in America, we have the freedom to choose who we want.

    4.Regarding your charge of me lying, I addressed that very clearlt that evening. Collen said I registered as a Republican in August. I clearly addressed the BREC attorney and Collen and told them that was not a true statement. I moved in August and changed my address, it actually says this on my voters card. I have requested a copy of my original registration as proof. I also did not lie about Javier telling me to join. He did not, I repeat did not sign my application, he himself said he did encourage me to apply if I meet all the requirements. The issue here is Richard tried to smear Javiers name by saying he was an official sponsor or signer for me. Again a sign of poor leadership. I never claimed Javier signed for me. I didnt realize there was some bad blood between Richard and Javier, I unfortunately and unwillingly got stuck in between the issue.

    5. Regarding the “Race Card”. I was crystal clear stating there was three issues. And yes one of them was my religion. I was asked publicly what religion I followed, I was told Muslims are terrorist, I was a terrorist, Islam is the devil. These are just the ones I remember. Your hypocrisy is either intentional or based on ignorance. The word racist can be used as a noun or adjective. As a noun, you are correct it covers ones race. As a adjective, you are incorrect it cover race or religion. Please do a simple check in any English dictionary.

    6. Again regarding Omer Ahmeds statement. Im not sure what I have to do to explain this clearly. Let me put it this way. I was interviewed and hired by CAIR FLorida. For the record I didn’t even speak to the leadership in DC until two months after I started. That is a fact. Your baseless “ideological” argument is nothing but empty pipe dreams.

    7. Again I don’t hate anyone. I never said I hate anyone, You argument that I applied and followed all instructions given to me. You take that and twist it to a statement of my hate. Again how can any civil person deal with this.

    In closing, I never said I speak for Islam , you again putting words in my mouth. You are correct the Quran and Hadith are the correct guides. However it takes human beings to speak and communicate. I would be happy to explain Islam to anyone that is interested.

    You understanding of Islam is irrelevant to the way Muslims practice their faith. The grand infiltration narrative , political Islam, Shariah and all the other twisted explanations from self proclaimed scholars of Islam are pointless. None of them are accredited from an Islamic University and have no other formal training other than The Team B 11 report and individuals like Spencer.

    Its very revealing you used the word adversary, I never called anyone my enemy, as a matter of fact I said I hate no one. I guess you consider me your adversary. I still wish you the best and hope you introduce yourself to me in the future.

    May God guide all of us on the straight path,

    Your Fellow Republican.

  40. Randall Todd Royer October 1, 2011 at 3:48 pm

    Mr. Hamze,

    I will respond to your post point by point.

    1. The Council on American Islamic Relations may legally be separate in a court of law but they are still ideologically in sync with CAIR National. That is what I mean by a legal “term of art”. You can stick with your answer of “separateness” to distance yourself from CAIRS terrorist sympathizing history. But I can guarantee you that if you were to openly support AIPAC, Frank Gaffney, General Boykin, and Steve Emmerson CAIR national would rightly say your views are contradictory to CAIRS and your effectiveness as a leader of CAIR would be greatly diminished. That is the best I can explain this concept.

    2. You said in your post you would have rather had BREC leadership send you a letter saying your application was denied rather than going through the election process. You were humiliated because of your leadership position with CAIR and your public attacks on Rep. Allen West. For example, if I was to publicly attack Debbie Wasserman Schultz in public and then apply to be a committeeman for the Democratic Party of Broward County – I would expect to have my loyalties challenged. If you add the fact I was a leader of a group with strong Democratic ties it only strengthens the case against my motives. Transfer those facts to your case and you should be self aware enough to know what the outcome would be. Therefore, you must take responsibility for your actions and how you were received.

    Time will tell but based on your posts I would not be surprised if CAIR filed a discrimination suit against BREC. That would be business as usual for CAIR based on past performance. Win or Lose CAIR wins because it will damage the Republican Party. However, you know there were blacks, latinos, women, and men were voted in unanimously at the meeting you attended. However, in the court of public opinion facts don’t matter it’s all feelings which makes playing the “race card” such a powerful tool.

    3. You clearly have no conception of the job of a Committeeman. Your job as a committeeman is to help Republicans who are running for office get elected – regardless if you personally like them or not. That would include Allen West and Joe Kaufman if he wins his primary. That fact that you openly stated you would not help these individuals until “YOUR” issues are resolved makes you unfit to be a committeeman. You said you would not violate your Oath in one breath but then violate it with a string attached. In my world, that is called talking out of both sides of your mouth with a straight face. You may think you are fooling people Nezar but you underestimate the minds of the politically engaged at BREC to see through your nuanced mierda del toro.

    4. Regarding you being a Republican for the last 10 years. Colleen said she researched it and your claim was not true. If it is true – I challenge you to bring proof. The ball is in your court on this one.
    Fact: When you apply for an open seat as a committeeman you must have two Republicans in good standing to “recommend” you on your application. Applications do not need to be signed by the person you put on your application. The fact that Javier said he did not allow you to put his name on your application means you lied. If Javier changes his story then you will be in the right. This issue is black and white Nezar. Encouraging someone to join and agreeing to giving you a “formal invitation” are two different things and you know that as well as everyone in the room. What you did to Javier is dishonest and the definition of backstabbing. Qur’an 49:11-12 spells out the behavior you exhibited on Javier as very bad. The difference is that Javier is a non-believer and the Qur’an gives you permission to deceive the non-believer. Since you say you follow the Qur’an and Hadith this argument is fair game.

    5. Definition of Racist from adj. of or like racists or racism: racist policies or attitudes; racist. Noun -a person who believes in racism, the doctrine that a certain human race is superior to any or all others. says you are wrong Hamze. The fact “civil rights” groups like CAIR conflate “race” with “Islam” points to the desire for CAIR to establish Muslim/Islam as victims, As a tactic in winning the hearts and minds of the American people your lie is very powerful. CAIR National uses this tactic of race baiting when referring to Muslims and like CAIR National you dutifully stay on message with your national organization, as you should.

    6. Nezar – Omar Ahmad’s statements is a FACT that is representative of the Founder of your group CAIR. NO dancing will change that. If you truly found Omar’s statement, “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth,”

    Nezar if you found Omar’s statement offensive, totalitarian, treasonous, and UnAmerican – YOU would not have joined that organization much less take a leadership position. The FACT that you not only joined CAIR but is their South Florida Director ties you directly to that statement and all the other numerous statements by CAIR leadership since it’s inception. The fact you don’t take responsibility for your decisions is humorous and disturbing at the same time. I see this type of behavior in young children and many adults when they get caught with their hand in the cookie jar.

    7. Nezar you do hate. You must deep down hate Javier or you wouldn’t have put him in such a publicly humiliating position. You must hate me because you don’t like my interpretation of the Islamic scriptures I have read in the Qur’an, Hadith, Sunna, Umdat al Salik, at the fatwas of numerous Islamic scholars from the 4 schools of Fiqh, Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi, and Hanbali. I use the Sunni scholars because CAIR national is now facing a discrimination lawsuit by one of your Shia employees in the National Office. She says she was discriminated against for being a Shia and not Sunni. (Yes I know this case doesn’t concern you directly but it is in the Public Record and is a current case)

    My foundation for Islamic thought, which I base much of my conclusions in these postings, are all from sources that have Ijma or consensus. For all you non-Muslims reading this – look it up, my fingers are getting tired.

    You obviously also hate the authors of this Team B2 book and Robert Spencer based on how you reference them. I suspect you also hate Dr. Zuhdi Jasser and Tawfiq Hamid since you don’t address your fellow Muslims , after I specifically asked you too.

    Of course you are not going to use the “hate” word Nezar – you don’t have too. As I said before, in the last decade a significant portion of the population has become familiar with the Basics of Shariah Compliant Islam. CAIR’s greatest enemy is an informed public Nezar – and that you can not control.

    I actually am glad you are doing this with BREC because your actions are getting so many more Kafirs interested in the subject of Shariah Compliant Islam. Heck, I can’t wait for you to file your lawsuit as I’m sure the defense attorney will enjoy the discovery portion of the trial. Then the counter suit will be equally as damaging to CAIR. After all CAIR does have a record of dropping lawsuits when they reach the discovery phase of the trial.

    Nezar – I consider CAIR, The Muslim Brotherhood, and all the Muslim Brotherhood sub groups as admitted into evidence in the Holy Land Foundation For Relief and Development Terrorist funding Trial, as enemies of the United States of America. Since the U.S. government considers these groups as enemies and if you, Nezar, are in ideological alignment and support these groups I will consider you my adversary.

    Nezar – Do you support The Muslim Brotherhood?

    One more bit of deception on your part Nezar. The last sentence of your post should read, “May Allah guide all of us on the straight path” The Qur’an says “Praise Be To Allah” not God. Do you use the word God because it is familiar to Americans and makes people feel comfortable. If you are not – I would because it is a very effective tool.

    Question: What was last thing Muhammad Atta said as he crashed his plane into the WTC on 9/11? Don’t forget Atta and a few of the other hijackers embedded themselves in the South Florida culture. I am sure there are many people in BREC who recall seeing Atta and other around town.

    The Last thing Atta said was, “Allahu Akbar” which translates “Allah is Greatest” not God is Greatest. For whatever it’s worth Nezar.

    God Bless America and God Bless Our Troops

    • Jack Gillies October 3, 2011 at 10:33 am

      Randall Todd Royer is “The Man”!

  41. Nezar Hamze October 1, 2011 at 5:14 pm


    I don’t hate any of those people you mentioned. I don’t waist my time hating. It blinds individuals from the truth.Instead of going back and forth , I offer my hand to you in friendship no matter what has been said. While I disagree with most of your views, you at least are civil.

    God Bless you.

    Your fellow republican

  42. Nezar Hamze October 1, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    Almost forgot, Here is the entire definition of racist, both as noun and adjective. Nice try though.

    Noun 1. racist – a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others
    bigot – a prejudiced person who is intolerant of any opinions differing from his own

    Adj. 1. racist – based on racial intolerance; “racist remarks”
    racial – of or characteristic of race or races or arising from differences among groups; “racial differences”; “racial discrimination”
    2. racist – discriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion
    anti-semite, antiblack
    discriminatory, prejudiced – being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand; “a prejudiced judge”

  43. Randall Todd Royer October 1, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    What you refuse to answer.

    1. Do you support The Muslim Brotherhood here in America and Overseas?
    2. You can not prove your status as a 10 year Republican, you will not acknowledge the functions of an REC Committeeman and how your previous comments conflict with those responsibilities.
    3. You do not deny that you lied on your application regarding Javier’s personal invitation and reference on your application.
    4. You do not comment on the Discrimination case filed against CAIR by a fellow Muslim sister. A Shiite Muslim, Haddadi says she was “completely dishonored and mistreated” by senior CAIR managers because of her religious background while working in the membership department at CAIR’s national office in Washington, located just three blocks from the U.S. Capitol.

    “I have been a victim of both gender and religious discrimination,” she wrote in a blistering four-page letter to Awad and then–CAIR Chairman Omar Ahmad, who recently stepped down from CAIR’s board after the Justice Department named him an unindicted terrorist co-conspirator in the largest terror-finance case in U.S. history.

    “At first glance,” Haddadi added, “it may appear unusual to claim discrimination while working for a civil-rights organization. It may seem even more unusual that I am a Muslim claiming religious discrimination while working for a Muslim organization.”

    But, Haddadi continued, “I have struggled for two years – along with others – with frustration and acts of discrimination.”

    She says the discrimination against her started several years ago when then–CAIR operations director Khalid Iqbal tasked her to update CAIR’s internship application form by adding a section asking applicants to identify which sect of Islam they belong to.

    5. I understand that it is imperative you equate “religion” to “racism” because without making that distinction you will have to admit that Islam/Muslim is neither a Race or Ethnic Group. By claiming the mantel of victimhood and racism against anyone who challenges CAIR’s legal, criminal, and ethic violations it tends to shut down detractors. That Nezar is “hate speech” no matter how you try to dress it up. You make me feel angry that you choose not to embrace American Exceptionalism and America’s man made laws – and I’m angry at you that you force me to feel this way based on your actions, words, and your National Organization CAIR.

    6. Here is the definition of racism – Racism involves the belief in racial differences, which acts as a justification for non-equal treatment (which some regard as “discrimination”) of members of that race.[2] The term is commonly used negatively and is usually associated with race-based prejudice, violence, dislike, discrimination, or oppression, the term can also have varying and contested definitions. Racialism is a related term, sometimes intended to avoid these negative meanings.

    As a word, racism is an “ism”, a belief that can be described by a word ending in the suffix -ism, pertaining to race. As its etymology would suggest, its usage is relatively recent and as such its definition is not entirely settled. The Oxford English Dictionary defines racism as the “belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races” and the expression of such prejudice,[8][9] while the

    Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines it as a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority or inferiority of a particular racial group, and alternatively that it is also the prejudice based on such a belief.[10]

    The Macquarie Dictionary defines racism as: “the belief that human races have distinctive characteristics which determine their respective cultures, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to rule or dominate others.”

    There you have it Mr. Hamze, Islam/Muslim can not be a race or ethnic group no matter how hard or how many times you say it.

    Anh-tah moosh-kahl-jee? And yes we can agree to disagree without being disagreeable.

    Thank you for opening your hand in friendship Nezar. Does that friendship mean that any of my friends at BREC can apply for membership to CAIR South Florida where you, as Director, can do anything because you are completely independent of CAIR National, and be accepted unconditionally, as full CAIR members, with an open hand of friendship?

    God Bless America and God Bless our Troops

    • Jack Gillies October 3, 2011 at 10:35 am

      God Bless America, and May God Bless you Randall Todd Royer!

      Jack Gillies

  44. Nezar Hamze October 1, 2011 at 10:38 pm


    Thanks again for taking time to respond. First , my friendship is unconditional.

    1. The Muslim Brotherhood. I dont know anyone nor do i associate with anyone who does. There are not listed as a FTO and for all legal purposes a political platform in Egypt. Beyond that I cannot say I support them. Its like asking me do I support the price of tea in China. Its irrelevant to me and my mission to protect the civil rights of the Muslim community in Florida.

    2. Already answered.

    3. Already answered.

    4. The discrimination case I was unaware of. I am disturbed that I didnt know about this. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

    5. I’m sorry you don’t understand English, I provided a clear explanation and definition, The fact of the matter is you keep glazing over the facts that my religion was one of the issues that evening. I was asked publicly what religion I followed, I was called a terrorist, a was told a Muslim is never getting onto Brec. Call it what you want. Bottom line bigotry cant hide. Nice try.

    Allah My3ic khaya, InshaAllah inta’ surata lathena’.

    Ana hebic; killon nas, inta kaman, ana mafe mishkla.

  45. Randall Todd Royer October 2, 2011 at 10:23 am

    Nezar -

    I wasn’t asking for “unconditional friendship” whatever that means, if it even exists. We could discuss for hours the psychological pathology of why your words “unconditional friendship” are psycho babble.

    The question I was asking, that you dodged, was: As Director of CAIR South Florida will you allow any BREC member to become a member of CAIR? You have the ultimate power Nezar.

    Judge Solis ruled in 2009 that CAIR, ISNA, NAIT were material supporters of Hamas. Motions to suppress by NAIT and CAIR were overturned opening the door for additional documents against CAIR,ISNA,NAIT.
    The Holy Land Foundation (HLF) trial that resulted in CAIR’s founder Omar Ahmad resigning from CAIR (we spoke about him earlier). Corroborating government evidence links CAIR to The Muslim Brotherhood. Nezar Hamze YOU may find CAIR’s ties to terrorism “irrelevant” but that is another public relations protection mechanism for you called “Denial” I call it deception.

    Your mission is to protect the civil rights of Muslims in America. YET – I told you about Civil Rights charges by a Muslim woman Against CAIR – but you said you had NO knowledge of that and will look into it. Here is another nasty case CAIR got themselves into.

    CAIR has another Fraud case filed against it:

    CASE NO: 1:10-cv-00022 (PLF).IFTIKHAR SAIYED )
    Address: POB 801, Hopewell, VA 23869 Plaintiff,

    This case is interesting because CAIR hired a lawyer [Morris Days] to help fellow Muslims with citizenship and other legal issues. Problem was [Morris Days] took Money from his fellow Muslims, did no or little work, because he could not legally practice law in Virginia. CAIR tried to cover it up then threatened the Muslim victims of additional legal action against them if they came forward about the Fraud. Ouch! that is some nasty business – reminds me of how La Costra Nostra operates, if they existed:)) PS the young Morris Days conveniently died of medical complications.

    Nezar – Can you comment on Case NO: 1:10-cv-000222 ? As Director of CAIR South Florida you have a duty to fight for the Civil Rights of all Muslims. Ethically that includes you fighting for “Civil Rights” of those defrauded by your parent group CAIR National.

    Now you are in a tricky ethical dilemma here Nezar. If you words are true (Haq) in your last post you said, “Its irrelevant to me and my mission to protect the civil rights of the Muslim community in Florida.” Now you left yourself an out and you can tell me these cases of Fraud by CAIR happened outside of Florida and not your responsibility. Problem: is you must now admit CAIR’s civil rights abuses against Muslims – and act within the boundaries of your conscience.

    1. CAIR National is dirty and has repeatedly committed “civil rights abuses” against Muslims according to valid court proceedings. All sourced for your viewing pleasure.

    2. Nezar Hamze you said you job is to fight for the “civil rights” of Muslims in Florida.

    CAIR commits fraud against fellow Muslims, which is about as bad as it gets legally, ethically, and criminally. You now have two choices Mr. Hamze

    1. Stay with the CAIR organization knowing their illegal behavior defrauding the civil rights of those you swore to protect.

    2. Leave CAIR under protest and start the Nezar Hamze “Civil Rights Advocacy” group”.

    You can no longer plead ignorance. What you do next will determine the Personal Character of one Nezar Hamze.

    I personally hope you choose number 2 because fighting for the civil rights of others is a noble and much needed cause worth fighting for.

    Could not translate your Arabic transliteration – what did you say?

    God Bless America and God Bless our Troops

    • Jack Gillies October 3, 2011 at 10:37 am

      That’s it Randall Todd Royer, baffle him with the truth!

      Jack Gillies

  46. Nezar Hamze October 2, 2011 at 11:31 am

    Allah My3ic khaya, InshaAllah inta’ surata lathena’.
    Ana hebic; killon nas, inta kaman, ana mafe mishkla.

    God be with you, God willing you will be on the straight path.
    I love all people, you included, I have no problems with you.

    I will be looking into the cases you mentioned. While I still maintain we are separate entity’s, Your points warrant thorough follow up on my part.

    You don’t happen to have the case number for the discrimination claim?

  47. Randall Todd Royer October 2, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Nezar –

    The question I am asking, again, is: As Director of CAIR South Florida will you allow any BREC member to become a member of CAIR? You have the ultimate power Nezar?

    There was not a case filed with the EEOC, When she(Hadaddi) threatened to file a formal complaint of discrimination with the EEOC, she says she was told not to complain, because her mistreatment was “for the sake of Allah.”
    With that, Haddadi decided to resign. Omar Ahmad and Nihad Awad is who Hadaddi sent her discrimination complaint letter – Ask Nihad Awad for the details.

    Here is the link to the original letter from the victim:

    So when can my fellow BREC members Join your separate CAIR entity?

    God Bless America and God Bless Our Troops

    • Jack Gillies October 3, 2011 at 10:38 am

      Randall Todd Royer, thanks for exposing this spin doctor!

      Jack Gillies

  48. Jack Gillies October 3, 2011 at 9:26 pm

    WOW 158-11!!!!!!!!!!!

    Even though 11 people voted for a CAIR member, it’s amazing how bad of a beatdown this was. To bad we couldn’t have called a time-out with one second left on the clock and kick a field goal to rub salt into the wounds. How does one recover from a public embarresment like this?

    People should read the book by David Gaubatz, “MUSLIM MAFIA”. CAIR has their pants pulled down in that fine piece of art.

    Years from now, people will ask you, where were you on September 26th 2011? I will be proud to answer, I was standing with 158 “friends and righteous people” that historic night at BREC, a date that I have never forgotten!

    Jack Gillies

  49. Randall Todd Royer October 4, 2011 at 11:31 am

    It appears Mr. Hamze has decided to stop talking so let’s quickly evaluate what we learned.

    The point where the conversation ended, I had asked CAIR Director Nezar Hamze if he would allow any BREC member to be a member of CAIR South Florida.

    Hamze made the point repeatedly that CAIR South Florida is a “separate” legal entity from CAIR National. The purpose of pointing this fact out was so Mr. Hamze would be able to separate himself from CAIR Nationals past history.

    My question was problematic for Mr. Hamze because he said that he has full control of CAIR South Florida without oversight from CAIR National.

    Such autonomy would give Nezar Hamze discretion of who he allows and rejects as members of CAIR South Florida. Mr. Hamze can answer my membership question two ways.

    1. Yes – then Hamze would be obligated to accept any BREC member who wanted membership into CAIR South Florida. Logically, this should not be a problem since Hamze wanted to be a voting member of BREC – quid pro quo (what’s good for the goose is good for the gander). However, CAIR S.FL is a 501c3 civil rights group, membership would allow access to CAIR South Florida’s meetings, minutes, financials, and number of members. Politically, Nezar Hamze rejecting BREC members for whatever reasons “could” be problematic and perceived as reverse discrimination for being non-Muslim.

    2. NO – Politically if Hamze says no to BREC members joining CAIR South Florida. People will ask what Hamze’s motivations were for wanting to join BREC in the first place. The truth could be perceived that Nezar Hamze orchestrated this entire political theatre to portray the Republicans and BREC specifically as bigots or worse. Then have CAIR file a discrimination suit against BREC. [This scenario has not played out but based on CAIR past performance, that scenario is a distinct possibility. Hamze is on record as already using the Bigot and Race card against BREC when he was not voted in by a margin of 158-11. BREC did still encourage Hamze to come to the monthly meetings and help out in a non-voting member capacity.

    We also covered a number of other topics. Most importantly in my opinion is where I presented two cases where CAIR National engaged in despicable and fraudulent activity against fellow Muslims.

    First, CAIR hired an unlicensed attorney to provide “civil rights” and “immigration” services to Muslims. The unlicensed attorney charged the Muslim victims for work never performed. CAIR National covered it up and then threatened their fellow Muslims with legal action if filed cases against CAIR to get their money back. – Amended Complaint – Protective Order – CAIR’s motion to dismiss

    Prior I only linked to CAIR’s motion to dismiss – Giving Hamze some room to save face. Hamze did not feel comfortable navigating these waters – I frankly don’t blame him if you take 5 minutes to scan the Amended Complaint and Protective Order.

    Hamze was rejected by BREC because he represents CAIR National and I just presented the tip of the Iceberg on CAIR National without even going into the Holy Land Foundation Trial and the IAP

    Second, A Muslim woman working at the CAIR National DC Offices was discriminated against for being a Shia Muslim. A Civil Rights for Muslims committing a Civil Rights offense against a fellow Muslim is pathetic – yet Hamze feels comfortable being associated with CAIR National – Birds of a feather as the cliche goes.

    These two cases illustrate CAIR is anything but a true civil rights group because they defraud and abuse their own fellow Muslims. I have not even touched on the CAIR principles who have been arrested and deported for ties to terrorism. CAIR’S bigoted attacks towards Non-Muslims and Law Enforcement, or the number of Cases that were filed and dropped by CAIR once they got into discovery.

    CAIR carries a lot of negative baggage. Nezar Hamze should be aware of all this “open source” information on his “civil rights” organization he is affiliated with in a leadership position. Nezar Hamze has to own up to these facts about CAIR and deal with them openly and honestly.

    It is interesting that all these “Big” issues are condensed into one question about Nezar Hamze allowing BREC members, membership in his group CAIR South Florida.

    The Beauty of this post format is that everything is in writing.

    I suggest this exchange be required reading for every BREC member. The facts have presented from both sides of the fence – Only you can decide who you are “for” and who you are “against”.

    God Bless America and God Bless our Troops

    • Jack Gillies October 4, 2011 at 5:45 pm

      Another great job by Randall Todd Royer!

      Here is a must watch video from Walid Shoebat that he sent me today. For those who don’t know who Walid is, he is a former PLO terrorist who now speaks out in support Israel and America. The video helps you understand Taqiyya better.

      Jack Gillies

  50. Coco The Blowfish October 5, 2011 at 2:53 pm

    And who you work for is relevant. We would also never allow members and the directors of NAMBLA join BREC.

    Your organization, CAIR, was named an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas terror funding case. CAIR operatives have repeatedly refused to denounceHamas and Hizballah as terrorist groups. Several of its former officials have been convicted of various crimes related to jihad terror. Two of its other officials have made Islamic supremacist statements. CAIR also was involved in the Flying Imams’ intimidation suit against the passengers who reported their suspicious behavior.

    Lawmaker also refers complaint to FBI over foreign funding

    The IRS has forwarded a congressional complaint lodged against the Council on American-Islamic Relations to its investigations unit for further review, WND has learned. The FBI also has been alerted to evidence the prominent Muslim group has solicited funds from state sponsors of terrorism.

    The 8-page complaint originally was submitted by U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf, the co-chairman of the Congressional Human Rights Caucus, after the IRS stripped Washington-based CAIR of its nonprofit status for failure to file annual tax reports as required by federal law.

    Wolf cited a 2009 letter in which CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad solicited funds from Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi. Referring to the brutal tyrant as “Your Excellency,” Awad asked for donations toward a $15 million fundraising drive. He thanked Gadhafi for his “generous support.”

    According to a diplomatic cable, CAIR Chairman Larry Shaw, a black convert to Islam, followed up by praising Gadhafi’s “leadership.”

    “We have felt for years pride and glory in your leadership,” Shaw, a longtime North Carolina state senator, told the terrorist leader in 2009. “We want to assure you that Muslims in America are your brothers and supporters. They share with you your interests and aspirations.”

    Wolf noted that Gadhafi’s “deplorable” human-rights record was well known to CAIR, long before he slaughtered his own people during the recent civil unrest. He also has a long history of supporting international terrorist attacks, including the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103. Gadhafi personally ordered the attack, which killed 270.

    CAIR’s Awad also personally solicited funds from Sudanese President Omar Hassan Bashir, an internationally indicted war criminal, Wolf said in his June 24 letter to the IRS director.

    “I request that the IRS investigate whether Awad and CAIR may have violated U.S. law in soliciting or accepting money from foreign governments or agents during the period that CAIR failed to file” its tax records, he said.

    CAIR is not registered as a foreign agent.

    CAIR repeatedly failed to file its annual disclosure report, IRS Form 990. CAIR blames a clerical error for the delinquency, and claims to have completed the forms. However, several news organizations, including, have asked CAIR for the 2007-2010 documents, and CAIR has not been able to produce them.

    “Compliance with this law is the only assurance the public has that an organization claiming tax-exempt status is not abusing this privilege,” Wolf wrote. “Given CAIR’s status as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terror-financing case, this failure to comply with federal disclosure laws is all the more troubling.”

    In a July 14 letter obtained by WND, IRS official Lois G. Lerner, director of exempt organizations, wrote that information raising questions about the legality of a tax-exempt organization’s activities is automatically forwarded to the IRS’ Dallas office “to determine if it warrants an examination or other action.”

    Wolf, in turn, sent the IRS letter and several pages of evidence to FBI Director Robert Mueller for criminal investigation. The FBI in 2007 cut off all formal ties to CAIR after evidence emerged from the Holy Land trial that the group was fronting for Hamas, a federally designated terrorist group.

    At a recent appearance in Florida, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said he would pursue an aggressive criminal investigation of CAIR if elected to the White House. “Absolutely,” Gingrich stated, when asked about it by a concerned citizen.

    Critics say CAIR should, at a minimum, be subjected to disclosure requirements under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. The law requires foreign agents to report funding from foreign governments and all lobbying activities on their behalf.

  51. Randall Todd Royer October 6, 2011 at 11:32 am

    Hamze clearly did not want to commit in writing that he would accept any interested BREC members as members of CAIR South Florida, the group Hamze is Director of is troubling.

    Keep in mind BREC has invited CAIR Director Hamze to the monthly BREC meetings and in fact encouraged him to continue his participation.

    Nezar Hamze, despite his words to the contrary, does not want to extend the same courtesy to members of the South Florida Community who happen to be members of BREC.

    Such bias, hatred, and bigotry towards the non-Muslim members of BREC does not fit the mission of a legitimate 501c3 civil rights group. A tax exempt civil rights group should be open to all in the community.

    Hamze may be flirting with legal issues and is frankly giving the appearance of having a phobia towards non-Muslims.

    • Jack Gillies October 7, 2011 at 8:11 am

      Randall Todd Royer for “TRUTH CZAR”!

      Jack Gillies

  52. Randall Todd Royer October 9, 2011 at 11:16 am

    This case is closed:

    Nezar Hamze is a fraud who does not want to build bridges with BREC. His goal was to disrupt and malign all Conservatives as bad people. Despite the racial diversity of BREC’s membership and those that were unanimously elected at last months meeting Hamze doubled down on the charade – and showed himself as as a friendly bigoted buffoon in a suit.

    The shame and dishonor Nezar Hamze brought upon himself and his family was a self inflicted black mark on his personal character.