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Reader comment on item: The Danger Within: Militant Islam in America [and Its Dreams of Domination]

Submitted by Lafauce (United States), Aug 30, 2002 at 10:22

Your article: "The Danger Within" coincides with every Socialist Agenda that I have read to date.

In each case, whether American Communists or Islamism or even the "Reconquistadores" of the Mexican Invasion, the apostasy depends upon the willingness of the Liberal establishment in the U.S., including the Media, especially the Liberal Media, to yield to minority groups in the name of Political Correctness and supposed fairness to all. However in all cases the laws prescribed in the Ammendments to the Constitution, are used to the detriment of the majority. For example: Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Speech etc. were used without redress in the establishment of the American Communist Party. In fact Americans revel in the fact that all speech is free... except for the white majority in America. Hate crime legislation and its broad subjective interpretations, make it extremely possible for any minority whether militant or otherwise profitable to move about the country with complete abandon to wreck havoc whereever it pleases them...

But look, even without bias on this writer's part, ... this entire diatribe for that matter could be construed as "Hate Speech". With this kind of shield what minority can resist sedition or seduction or whatever revolution or crusade they may find convenient to push the envelope. Consider Louis Farrakhan -- whatever slanderous venom he utters goes completely unnoticed by the press while Baseballer John Rocker was pronounced an anathema by the very same press.

In short: If we are to prepare ourselves for a foreign invasion, whether ideologically or militarily, we must for the sake of all, realize that hostile forces are only too willing to use our system of government against us and laugh up their fanatical sleeves while committing atrocities or other lawless acts that test the sensibilities of hard working Americans. If we are to have a separation of church and state for Christianity then the same should be true of Islam or Judaism or for that matter Totemism or even Atheism.; Not one set of rules for the majority and another for a favored minority, or whatever Politically Correct Group enjoying protected status from an overly friendly government decries. The entire issue of Political Correctness reminds me of Madame LaFarge in a "Tale of Two Cities" who with the pointing of a finger could send a dissenter to the gallows or guillotine. Overly permissiveness government can only breed dissent and unrest.

yours truly
A. J. Lafauce
Falmouth, MA.
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