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Reader comment on item: Not Calling Islamism the Enemy

Submitted by Arnold Fishman (United States), Apr 14, 2006 at 22:05

The Bush administration and the complicit media is unwilling to call Islam by name for the following reasons: A) Fear of deteriorating his family's arab connections and the connectivity to oil interests (ultimately it's about money), B) the massive amounts of Muslims around the world multiplying their religion thru birth (it's about demographics); C) the socialist indoctrination in this country of political correctness and multiculturalism which makes all cultures, ideologies and religions equal (it's about turning tolerance on it's head); C) the global ethic embraced by elements of the government and academie which means we all must get along. Elitists in the west have bought into global government at all cost which requires all to participate. They are hoping against hope that Islam can be defused by "making the world safe for democracy" (it's about utopian visions).

These four things are working together against the administration and the media being able to say who the real enemy is. Those of us who know what is really at stake, need to drive a figurative "stake" through these arguments as often as we hear of them.
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