Congressman Mark Siljander was crucified by the Zionists for the crime of trying to make peace between Christians and Muslims.
Listen to my interview with Mark Siljander: http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/archive/Truth-Jihad-32k-101610.mp3
Siljander’s book A Deadly Misunderstanding
should be required reading for every American Christian. Please
consider asking church groups in your area to sponsor one of his talks.
Contact Ms. Amber Butler firstname.lastname@example.org .\
Now he is out of prison and free to speak about the kangaroo court that railroaded him for the crime of being a peacemaker.
Below is the email I just received from him.
The last time my name was publicized, I was discredited for ties to
terrorism, accepting a plea bargain and serving in prison. Could
anything sound worse? Finally, the time has come to undo the gag of
silence and answer the difficult questions about what took place in
these past six years.
Throughout my 15 years in various levels of government, I tried to
make the world safer by political means. This failed. However, these
experiences led me to revelations that address the needs of a dominant
issue in our time—bridging the growing divide among Christians, Muslims
& Jews. Over time this work produced a model for peacemaking and
problem solving in complex crises in places like Iraq, Libya and Sudan.
These efforts gained traction for peacemaking with U.S. & world
leaders; while my controversial book on the subject, A Deadly
Misunderstanding, was being readied for a major release. My approach
required working with both friends and enemies of our country.
Unfortunately, certain “interests” felt bridging the faiths and
forging alternatives to war was a betrayal of my former associations. My
success brought not accolades but disdain, and was perceived as a
threat to justifying our expanding intelligence/eavesdropping apparatus
and the trillions spent fighting the “War on Terror.”
To support this exciting peace and faith bridging work, we raised
funds for travel, research and writing. One donor, a 25-year-old U.S.
based, government approved Muslim charity, was recommended by one of my
Muslim associates in the work. The charity’s principals were later
indicted on grounds of supporting terrorists and misappropriating US
government grant funds. Those opposed to my work seized this opportunity
to discredit me by insisting I testify against the charity. I refused
to give a false testimony and was consequently indicted on outlandish
charges of money laundering & conspiracy. This exploded into a media
frenzy tying me with terror funding, even though the judge reminded
prosecutors that the case had nothing to do with terrorism or national
security. After four years of exaggerated accusations, all major charges
were dropped, leaving only obstruction of justice for claiming to the
FBI that I had not lobbied for the Muslim charity and not registering as
So why prison if I’m innocent? Two Muslim co-defendants, whom I had
never met or even spoken to, were granted immunity from prison by
testifying (falsely) I had lobbied for them. In a bizarre turn of
events, weeks before my scheduled trial I fired my court appointed
lawyer of 2.5 years for failing to file necessary motions on my behalf,
thus placing the strength of my defense in jeopardy. Also in June of
2010, the Supreme Court issued an interpretation of the Patriot Act,
which stated that simply advising “peace” to terrorist entities
constituted “material support of terrorism.” Prosecutors implied to my
lawyer that if I refused to agree to their plea bargain and I won at
trial, I would face indictment a second time in regard to my peacemaking
“advice” in countries designated as terror nations. I would then face
up to 15 years in prison and a $500,000 fine. Finally, on the eve of
trial, the Muslim charity itself was added to a terror list. If I had
gone to trial and lost, the prosecutors would have had the power to add a
decade to my jail time. The Justice Dept. has a documented 98%
You can only imagine the inner turmoil of being placed in a position
of having to parse the meaning of technical words in order to ‘confess’
to things I had not done. Nonetheless, my legal team, that included some
of the best minds in the profession including a former US Attorney
General, was unanimous in advising me to plead guilty. Not to do so
risked too much.
Yes, I hated prison… but I am a better humbler man for experiencing
the sorrow and degradation. Yet, I hope my actions will show that I hold
no bitterness. At the end of my prison term I was diagnosed with an
extremely rare and fatal cancerous tumor. Treatment included intensive
radiation and radical surgery. I am delighted to report that I am
gratefully cancer free, and free of all legal obligations regarding my
I am ready and energized to continue peacemaking and to speak about
the life altering lessons drawn from my honored yet crushing journey.
Today’s conflicts continue to weigh on my heart, spirit and mind. I have
been happy to receive several invitations to speak in the last few
months and am open to further engagements. Please feel free to contact
Ms. Amber Butler email@example.com for speaking opportunities. I
welcome your renewed participation as we continue on this journey.
Former Member of the U.S. Congress
Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. (alt delegate)
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