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Islamism is a scourge that should be fought in every way

Reader comment on item: Ban Islam?
in response to reader comment: Your idea not good

Submitted by Stephen Philiips (United States), Sep 14, 2007 at 03:10

There should be no half measures. Islam today is exactly like naziism in the 1930's. Nobody paid attention and some signed peace treaties with Hitler of all people. The only one who spoke out against Germany was Churchill and he was censured and practically tarred and feathered. Well Churchill was right but that didn't matter before WWII. But Churchill's views helped to save the world from German conquest.

Additionally, Sir Winston wasn't at all fooled by Islam. And I'm sure he wouldn't be fooled by multiculturalism, political correctness, the mantra of strength in diversity, revisionist history, feminism, the homosexual agenda, secular liberalism, the left-media, the ACLU and so many other phony and dangerous movements, When Islam explodes and wreaks havoc on the west (especially America) then people will realize that those who protested Islam were right but this time it will be too late.


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