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Submitted by Susan (United States), Mar 2, 2007 at 00:16

In my opinion, Muslims should have never been allowed to immigrate to Western countries for obvious reasons, all of which are graphically decpicted in non-revisionist history books. But the historical record is being revised and rewritten, with plenty of help and input from Muslims, who wish to portray a sanitized version of Islamic history, and it is quite obvious that the distinguished members of Congress and the White House staff don't consider it necessary to study the doctrine of Islam so that they might understand what motivates our enemies. They won't even admit that it's a religious conflict, Islam against the rest of the world. If this mentality persists, we are indeed doomed.

The politically correct, moral relativists who have promoted multiculturalism will never admit to themselves or to the public that Islam is incompatible with Western Civilization. This fact does not correspond with their utopian visions and they intend to create their multicultural utopia, regardless of the casualties that are inflicted along the way. They think in terms of "the greater good", and justify sacrifices (as long as it's not them or theirs) just like the millions who were expediently slaughtered so that the utopian dreams of the communists could be fulfilled, only to collapse in less than a century. The utopian social engineers never give up and the one-world government bureaucrats in the despicable United Nations will never give up until we throw them out of the United States and withdraw our membership. The odds of that happening are slim to none.

Political correctness and cultural Marxism will destroy the West.. The United States looks more like a third world country every day, with hordes of Mexicans strewing instant ghettoes from California to New York. Identity politics, false claims of victimization and bigotry, special interest minority groups, and other "minority" issues dominate the news every day, with Muslims leading the pack.

The most aggregious and irresponsible failure on the part of our elected officials is their refusal to name our enemy and I cannot determine if they are all really that stupid, or if political correctness is more important to them than the people they were elected to represent. I believe it is the latter. This situation is CRIMINAL.!!! There might be four million Muslims in the United States out of an overall population of 300 million. There are not enough of them to make a difference in national elections, yet our government is prepared to put the lives of all Americans at risk to appease the whining Muslims by passing a hate speech bill that would also prevent profiling.

Fortunately, the American people are beginning to notice the dissonance between what they are told by the idiots in Washington, i.e. "Islam is a religion of peace", and what they see with their own eyes. Five and a half years after 9-11, Muslims are more powerful and demanding than ever, and the multi-cultis break their necks to appease their every demand. Immigration is out of control, both legal and illegal, and I am astounded by the news that Bush and our Saudi-controlled State Department have issued fifteen thousand Saudi student visas, with more to come! ARE THEY CRAZY?! The last I heard, there are over ten thousand Saudi Wahabbi savages already here. So deportment won't be on the agenda any time soon, even if there is another major terror attack.

The head of Homeland Security, Chertoff, will not even allow HLS employees to refer to Islamic terrorism as Islamic terrorism; they have to call it something else, although I don't know what PC euphemism has been coined to describe it. Isn't that reassuring? They're all right on top of things, as usual, and the only reason we haven't been attacked again can be attributed to pure luck.

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