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Re: It is ".. the repugnant, barbaric ideology of Islamism [which] ...is to blame."

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Submitted by mariana (United States), Apr 7, 2011 at 12:16

I agree with Daniel that "…it is a civilizational imperative" to criticize Islamism. Islamism and everything else the illuminati consider unspeakable, untouchable, and beyond "civil discourse". But this is only secondary.

It always begins with "Thought Police" and "right-speech", enforced by media and "teachers" who, instead of having been trained in a discipline they are paid to impart to students, have themselves been "modified", indoctrinated and propagandized to the point where any Uber-Left ideological nonsense and dicta have become their baseline. To them, the U.S Constitution "..is over one hundred years old and irrelevant."

These PC automatons - most of whom can't string together a grammatical sentence - believe it's their prerogative to edit, re-write or flat-out ban from schools - Rudyard Kipling and Samuel Clemens, declaring them unfit for children to read. Can you believe this?

How did Islamism and the Qu'ran achieve this pre-eminent status in the US? Simple. Permit the Left to edit, restate, ban, badmouth and/or ridicule everything they understand to be held sacrosant by those citizens who managed to learn and understand the US Constitutional foundation and underpinnings which have made America the pre-eminent nation for over 70 years, and have produced the most successful, prosperous, decent, forgiving, and generous people who have ever inhabited this earth.

The Qu'ran is used to justify, among other things, subjugation of females to a status somewhat beneath cattle; female genital mutilation; taking children from their mothers; requiring husband's or father's "permission" or accompaniment; beheading girl-children who attended school and acquired literacy; "honour killings" [e.g. Gazastan, where a mother lured her 2 daughters who'd fled after having been raped by [their brothers] her sons, and then killed them herself]; stoning women to death for trumped-up charges; killing non-believers, blowing up pizza parlors or busses filled with school children, or - at best - subjecting "others" to dimmitude, are all okee-dokie.

Where the Hell is NOW or the liberal-pukes who teach "Women's Studies" in our best universities? 

We're constantly told, Islamists are just a teeny-tiny minority of muslims. True: A teeny-tiny minority of muslims in India, Kashmir, Pakistan, Waziristan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Saudi Arabia & the Emirates, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, Fatahland, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Nigeria, Kenya, Yemen, Somalia, Rhwanda, Cote d' Ivoire, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, etc., etc., etc.

What can we do to change this? Must we take to the streets to start killing muslim immigrants, visitors [and even citizens] in the name of our [majority] religions? Shall we boycott and then, for good measure, burn down their shops, gas stations and homes? Shall we refuse to license them; not ride in their cabs or better still - burn their cabs and trash their offices? How about beheading their moronic women who insist on wearing burqas here in America? Why not? We are in the sacred "Majority". 

What would they do in the majority? In fact, what DO they do in the majority?

mariana

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