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Islam IS a terror organization

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Submitted by T W Cresswell (United States), Sep 13, 2008 at 12:43

Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, atheists and all others besides Muslims find absolutely no quarter whatsoever in Muslim nations. None. We owe them no quarter here. Non-Muslims are openly persecuted in the undilluted sense of the word. Now, Muslims come here to America. Some come to flee a horrible situation but the situation was created by Islam. Some come to fulfill the commandments of Sura 17:60 to conquer the world or attempt it until judgment day. Both bring Islam with them. Both breed as if they intended to out-populate the indigenous population where ever they go. We see this pattern in every nation they immigrate to. Is it coincidence that out-populating indigenous populations where ever they go enables them to accomplish their Quranic tasks? Let us not be blind to the fruits of Islam throughout history - war, conquest, death, oppression, murder, persecution, and guile.

Many would say Christians did all this too. I would respond that their obtuse observation is superficial, specifically, it fails to recognize that the Catholic Church was co-opted by men seeking power and what they did had nothing to do with Christianity as defined in its defining document, the Bible. Islam, as defined in the Quran, has done so throughout history, does so as a matter of theory (Sura 17:60) and continues to do so to this day when they acheive sufficient numbers. They are expressly commanded to do anything - lie, kill, torture, terrorize - anything to advance Islam. Many Muslims don't take the more ardent actions seriously enough to commit them but they, never the less, support those who do - either financially, emotionally, religiously or some combination thereof. Don't take my word for it. Take theirs. They say so (in their indigenous languages only) via loud speakers, and mass broadcast.

When 9-11 ocurred jubilant Muslims took to the streets all over the planet in celebration. We did all we could to rationalize around that. Because Islam is hegemony disguised as religion (giving "religion" a bad name) and dedicated to changing my entire way of life here at home, I applaud management in Greeley for not allowing Muslims to remake the workplace (and America) in their image. Multiculturalism has its bad side (witness the Middle East) and remaking America might well abandon what has been a successful socio-economic model. Shall we be a "melting pot" or "oil and water"? Change for the sake of change is not good. Its like leaping before you look.

Looking at nations that subscribe to Islam, I note the extremity of disparity in income, extremity of violence and the extremity of suppression of personal liberties, I do not want to live in any Muslim nation I know of. Many Muslims don't either. Bigotry is defined as disdain, fear, or prejudice without a good reason. America seems to blindly equate disdain of ethnicity alone as bigotry. I reject the latter definition. It ignores bad behavior. Putting a "religion" label on bad behavior doesn't change the reality of it.

Disdain in this context means survival. Mark Steyn argues that America's will to culturally survive is waning and Islam must eventually overtake us. While a patient with cancer who does nothing about it shares blame, I do not exonerate the cancer. Islam is very much the West's "cultural cancer" in so many ways, I cannot count them. We must take simple logical steps in the face of Islam. Recognize it for what it is (not fantasize about it) is the first step.

Congress should hold open hearings about it taking uncensored public statement on what Islam is, fundamentally. Ex-Muslims travel the country lecturing that we must wake up to it. Politicians abhor this fearing loss of power (loss of votes). In this regard, we are NOT represented by our elected officials. I have no illusion that any realistic hearings will ever take place on this issue. Only individual voices marginalized by the naivete of well placed leaders will say anything serious about this issue.

The Minnesota DJ stated on the radio that "Islam IS a terror organization". He lost his job despite the FACT that the Quran literally says so itself - commanding Muslims to use terror to advance Islam. Government policy has been to wage a "war against terror" but that is shadow boxing. We fight "radical Islam" but as long as we have Islam, we will have "radical Islam". Islam, not "radical Islam" must be stopped. Islam delenda est.

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