Bikers Descend on DC, as Muslim Group Tries to Hide Dubious Connections
What's now being billed as the Million American March Against Fear on 9/11/13 didn't start out that way and many of the individuals affiliated with the Muslim group AMPAC have been characterized as anti-Semites and 9-11 truthers.
"These guys are problematic and they're trying to exploit 9/11." - Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, president of the Islamic Forum for Democracy
While the group changed the name of the event from the 1,000,000 Muslim march to it's current invention, it can't hide the affiliations of many of those signed onto the event.
They include MD Rabbi Alam – Founder, AMPAC, Greg Boyd – Executive Member DC Area 9/11 Truth Movement, Richard Gage – Founder, Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Derron Black - Founder, Alpha Male Nation, among many others.
"They're basically a bunch of 'truthers' who think that America's to blame for everything," Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, president of the Islamic Forum for Democracy, told Fox News on Friday. The Anti-Defamation League, Jasser said, has identified some of the leaders of the march as "being virulent, anti-Semites who think 9/11 was a conspiracy theory."
Fortunately, they aren't the only group with plans to be in Washington on 9-11. Millions of bikers have been making their way toward Washington, in some cases, for many days, as part of what's being billed as “2 million bikers to DC.”
A group called “2 million bikers to DC” called its members to action in a Facebook post stating the group’s permit to ride motorcycles in Washington D.C. was denied. The group has released several statements on the Facebook page, announcing that the purpose of the motorcycle ride, set for September 11th, was to “honor those who were killed on the September 11th, 2001 attacks.”
The group has announced that despite the denial of the permit, it intends to conduct the ride anyway on Wednesday September 11th, 2013. According to the Titan of Trinidad blog, the permit was denied by the National Park Service for “resource issues.” The group’s Facebook page reports a back and forth process with the permit agency, with one post stating that documents had been overnighted after a request for more information.
Several groups have begun posting videos of their travels via YouTube. The permit they were denied would have allowed for a clean ride through given synchronization of travel signals and at intersections where a law enforcement presence was needed. They are, however, still absolutely free to ride through Washington in compliance with all traffic laws and signals, which is their stated intention at this time.