Feb 5, 2015

We the People Need Leadership - Not Complying Appeasers

Robert Spencer wrote:
This shows the effectiveness of the constant barrage of media propaganda, the never-ending avalanche of articles and learned talking heads assuring us that when we see Muslims brandishing Qur’ans and screaming “Allahu akbar” as they kill Infidels, it doesn’t really have anything to do with Islam: “Fifty-three percent of likely Republican caucus participants and 81 percent of likely Democratic caucus participants said they believe Islam is inherently peaceful. Only 13 percent of likely Democratic caucus participants said they view Islam as inherently violent, compared with 39 percent of likely Republican caucus-goers.”

Allen West
CAIR, despite its continued support of Islamic extremist groups like Hamas (and linked to them), continues its lies that Islam is not violent and 'peaceful' Muslims cannot be condemned for actions of a few. Problem is that the violent Muslims are not a few – they are quickly growing in numbers globally and infiltrating into nations who have tolerant policies are suffering for it. Muslims are not emigrating to become citizens of other countries, they are emigrating with the agenda of global domination. Leading Islamic clerics have repeatedly emphasized they are at war with the United States and their coalition allies. Yet, the media and politicians refuse to accept that truth. As Spencer wrote:
If Islam has a doctrine of warfare against and subjugation of unbelievers, then it is great that many, or most, Muslims disregard or ignore that doctrine, but that doesn’t mean the doctrine itself doesn’t exist. And unfortunately, it does exist.
In another poll, Bloomberg reported that nearly 40% of Republican Caucus folks consider Islam inherently violent.
California schools, where Christians are not allowed to publicly display anything about their religion, is promoting Hijab Day. Other cases, like in Florida, are using a history textbook to educate students about Islam; which also is happening in California.
An FBI official has stated that the Islamic State is recruiting teenagers in the United States, as reported by CNN. Part of that reason is that public schools, controlled by the same government that suppresses Christianity, is encouraging infiltration of Islam into the educational system – all in the name of understanding. But it is a lie because it has to do with fear of retribution of Muslims and eagerness to please bullies.
A British court and Court of Appeal has banned Jihad Watch members from entering the United Kingdom due to 'negative' publicity concerning Muslims who immigrated there and seek to establish Sharia Law. The major reason the British judiciary passed such a decision was to “prevent public disorder”.  
Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller wrote:
Will the British government now ban Jews from the country so as to “prevent public disorder,” since the presence of Jews has been shown all too often to upset some Muslims and cause them to riot? The judgment permits such a Nazi approach.
Would it not be more sensible and logical to issue an order against Islamists – the ones who are committing the violence? Of course not, because Christians and Jews do not commit violence in the name of God and their religion. They do not seek any action against government as long as there are liberties and freedom to practice their Judeo-Christian religion. Christians do not use fear tactics and violence to gain converts, it is exactly the opposite; but Muslims do. True not all of them, but looking at the numbers – too many of them.
And what did President Obama say about all of this?
White House Dossier, Keith Koffler:
President Obama today said he and other Christians should not “get on our high horse” with respect to the ISIS rampages in the name of religion, suggesting that Christians had done similar things in the name of their religion during the crusades and with slavery in the United States. … But then he added: Lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. In our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ . . .
Christianity is not stuck in the medieval period of history, like Islamic Jihadists, Mr. President.
Anyone read in the news about Christians burning synagogues and mosques?
Or, Christians crucifying, burning alive, beheading, torturing, and raping Muslims?
This war was brought upon and declared in the name of Islam, not by Christianity. It is war, but not recognized as such by those who witness the aforementioned atrocities – but choose to believe that it is a minority element. 
The KKK was a minority element, so why does Obama compare what is past history? Does he not continually tell us that Islamic Jihadists ('terrorists') are just a minority of Islam, so we are not to condemn Islam generally? Obama loves bringing up the Jim Crow era, he uses it a lot. But it does not exist anymore - so what is the true point here? Islam Jihad exists and will continue to exist until they are destroyed or surrender and strive for a truly peaceful religion that is not a theocracy.
The atrocities and genocide is occurring today; and their subversive agenda is working because too many are too cowardly to admit to reality – and deal with it decisively as any enemy who declares and enacts war. In this case, those acts of war are not just against “infidels”, but other Muslims who do not abide by their barbaric doctrine.
President Obama and others like him say Christians cannot complain or insist upon defence against Islamic Jihad because of its dark, medieval past; yet appease those who would have theocracy replace democratic national government and with an agenda to do so globally. Indeed, the Islamic State wants the glory days of the caliphate to return. They are people who readily use 21st century weaponry and cyberwarfare, but whose ideology is still in the 7th century; subverting in stealth to use tolerance for their long-term agenda.
In Rich Galen's article, Do Something, he wrote:
The recent murder of a Jordanian pilot at the hands of ISIS or ISIL or IS or whatever they call themselves should be a major kick in the butt for the Obama Administration that air attacks alone will not be enough. Barack Obama and his foreign policy team have got to come to grips with the fact that the comic book world in which they are living has no relationship to the real world. … In his remarks at a White House meeting on another subject, Obama could not find the word “terrorists” in his vocabulary (which he had, in fact, called them during his State of the Union address). … Jordan didn’t tarry in its response. It hanged two Al Qaeda terrorists while Jordan’s King Abdulla was still in the United States. The King said Jordan would fight ISIS “until we run out of fuel and bullets.”
So, you see, Mr. President, this is not a reenactment of the medieval Crusades because Muslims are being murdered along with Christians and Jews; and a Muslim country, Jordan, is going to do something about it. Like we did in the Persian Gulf to kick Saddam Hussein's barbarians out of Kuwait and back to Baghdad. Hussein also declared that atrocity “Jihad”. His policies and regime was no different than the Nazi, except there were no ovens burning night and day.
Societies only exist because of a shared compact that we will not do each other grievous bodily harm while walking along the street, driving in our cars, or sitting in our homes. When that compact breaks down, only chaos can ensue. … There is no rule of war that allows for putting an enemy combatant into a cage, light him on fire, and shoot a video of his death. … When terrorists and murderers and killers promulgate atrocities it is incumbent upon civilized people to band together and stop them. When they are part of an organized group, like Al Qaeda or ISIS, it requires the joint efforts of many nations to do the job. …
If the President doesn’t want to have American “boots on the ground” (a phrase which, if I never hear again, will suit me just fine) then he needs to use the good offices of the President of the United States to convince the Saudis and the Egyptians, and the Kuwaitis and the Turks to lace ‘em up and get in there to stop these terrorists. … Since the early part of the 20th Century the United States of America has been looked upon as the senior moral authority on the planet. Not everyone has agreed with our positions all the time. Notably during World Wars I and II there was significant opposition to our position. Winston Churchill is reported to have said: “Americans will always do the right thing, but only after they have tried everything else.” I don’t know if Churchill actually said that or not, but it’s time for President Obama and his foreign policy staff to, if not try “everything else” try something.
The enemy is gaining ground because the United States, United Kingdom, France and others are not saying that Muslims have gone too far and are bent in destroying freedom and liberty replaced with the yoke of evil theocracy. It is time national leadership declares that they will go no further, declare a war already declared by the enemy - and fight to win. Like previously in history, we wait until the enemy becomes strong enough to enact a world war, despite knowing the enemy's agenda. The Japanese Imperialists were difficult to defeat because their religion was tied into their militant government. Fighting a war against Islamic Jihadists will be no different - and is taking longer because the US and other free nations are not willing to engage with dedication and finish it. They asked for it, we did not. But it is our duty in the name of civilization to end their barbarism forever.
That which survives will truly then be a 'religion of peace'.

White House DossierPresident Obama used the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday morning to undermine one of the Constitution’s most fundamental rights, suggesting those who demean Islam are abusing the use of free speech
Obama said: There’s wisdom in our founders writing in those documents that help found this nation the notion of freedom of religion, because they understood the need for humility. They also understood the need to uphold freedom of speech, that there was a connection between freedom of speech and freedom of religion. For to infringe on one right under the pretext of protecting another is a betrayal of both. But part of humility is also recognizing in modern, complicated, diverse societies, the functioning of these rights, the concern for the protection of these rights calls for each of us to exercise civility and restraint and judgment. And if, in fact, we defend the legal right of a person to insult another’s religion, we’re equally obligated to use our free speech to condemn such insults — (applause) — and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with religious communities, particularly religious minorities who are the targets of such attacks. Just because you have the right to say something doesn’t mean the rest of us shouldn’t question those who would insult others in the name of free speech. Because we know that our nations are stronger when people of all faiths feel that they are welcome, that they, too, are full and equal members of our countries.
To Obama and other progressive-socialists, insults are more grievous than acts of violence, murder, and genocide; and it is wrong to speak out about those despicable acts of terrorism and religious doctrine that promotes violence. Obama's reasoning is because the Christians waged a Crusade during the medieval era of history, Muslims are forgiven for reenacting Jihad. What he did not say is the truth of history - Muslims in the name of Islam was on a conquest binge and had reached Europe as far as Spain, a serious threat to western civilization before the Vatican decided to enact the Crusade with the goal of liberating the holy city of Jerusalem. Of course, the Crusaders committed acts of barbarism during the course of that long war; but the war was started by Islamic Jihadists, just as they have in the 21st century. 

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