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CJA is an American-based military organization with units in America and several other Western countries and a growing presence in every country in the world. General Alexander Hamilton, commander of the CJA, says:
We follow the Constitution of the United States of America. Our members, however, include contingencies from Britain, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Greece, and several other European countries. We also have units in India, China, and Russia. We have a growing presence in every country in the world. Our goal is to:
Stop terrorist and sleeper Islam and Muslims.
Friday, July 4, 2014, we launched the CJA (Counter Jihad Army) website. This website simply reports the activities of the CJA (Counter Jihad Army). It is not a recruitment station for the CJA. It is one of the think tanks of The L. F. Nexus Think Tanks. The L. F. Nexus Think Tanks does not support the vigilante nature of some of the actions of the CJA. However, the L. F. Nexus Think Tanks does believe that the CJA is just in all of its dealings.
The sources for our content are the CJA, CIA, FBI, DIA, NSA, and several other intelligence agencies and services. Other sources include several foreign intelligence agencies and services, including Britain’s MI5 and Israel’s Mossad. In addition, we monitor all major world communications and maintain a global network of over a thousand private sources.
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