Friday, July 15, 2016

More 'community outreach' from 'The Religion of Peace'

I'm sure there are people who honestly believe there is a difference between 'radical Islam' and 'mainstream Islam'.  There are others who are convinced there is no difference.  The mass-murder-by-truck in Nice, France yesterday brings those two camps closer together, and the movement, I assure you, is toward 'no difference'.  Incident after bloody incident, the world is coming to realize that Islam and Western Civilization are incompatible.  One of them has to lose to the other.  It is becoming less and less possible to sustain the belief that Islam can peacefully coexist in the West.

France seems to be a particular target for reasons which are not at all clear.  Perhaps it is merely that, in their zeal to be seen as a cultural leader, they have allowed Islam to more deeply infiltrate their country.  Perhaps it is because France has a tradition of being a 'Catholic country' and toppling the polity that drove the Crusades in the 12th century is seen by Islam as the jewel in the crown for the 21st century.

Poor France!  Their citizens are disarmed prey against a wave of refugees whose primary goal, it seems to outside observers, is to destroy that beautiful country and its peaceful people.  What a tragedy it will be for Western civilization when the Islamic barbarians finally dynamite those blasphemous buildings: Notre Dame de Paris, Sacre Coeur, and the cathedrals at Chartres and Rheims.  Hopefully, all the portable art work will already have been transported to safety by the time the Louvre becomes a mosque.  We know that it will happen should Islam gain a majority.  We've seen it happen elsewhere.

If the Islamic tide is to be turned, it must be turned soon.  France does not have a First Amendment, as do we.  They can declare Islam an ideology that threatens the stability of the nation and eject its practitioners back to where they came from.  For the United States, the problem is different:  for as long as Islam is considered 'a religion', they are protected by a constitutional prohibition against government action.  Therein lies the key.

We must develop a consensus that Islam is not, in fact, 'a religion' in the sense that word is used in the Constitution.  It is, in fact, an ideology bent on the conquest and destruction of competing cultures.  When Islam is seen as 'just another ideology' it will be constitutionally possible to deny entry to those who subscribe to it, as we did with anarchists and communists in decades past.  To fail to protect our Western culture is to surrender it to the barbarian hordes of Mohammed.

Choose now:  Freedom or Islamification.  There is no middle path.

1 comment:

  1. What a slippery slope you have suggested. If this is allowed to happen, to deem Islam is nothing but an ideology, what will prevent the government from deeming that “a well regulated militia” is nothing more than homeowners who want lots of guns? If we allow our government to bend constitutional amendments to their whim, what will stop them from bending the 14th or 19th amendments? I know a lot of Muslim individuals who vehemently oppose what these radical terrorists are doing. They really do practice a peaceful religion. Then again, the same can be said for Christianity. Westboro Baptist Church is capitalizing on the most hate filled sections of the Bible, sections that the majority of Christians don’t adhere to. There are radicals in all religions. Radicalization of any religion is not compatible with Western Civilization but to narrow it down to a single religion is just as hateful. I stand with the people of Nice and Ankara and Istanbul in their right to preserve Democracy. I don’t know what the true solution is but I would hate to lose friends simply because they use a different name for their God.