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Armed citizenry will not discourage Muslims in their quest for Islamization of USA!!!

Reader comment on item: Which Has More Islamist Terrorism, Europe or America?
in response to reader comment: To a degree!

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Jul 4, 2008 at 14:06

dfwhite, you write: "My meaning is this, IF the radical fringe of islam thinks they can come into our country, mine ,yours any country, and think they can do whatever their lunatic mullahs tell them to do ! They will be in for a big surprise."

I think it's all the matter of numbers. As the Muslim population goes up in any country, their demands keep growing . At !% of the general population they will behave as peaceful citizens, but let the population exceed 5%, you will see the change in their behavior.

The Muslim population in the West is increasing at an alrming rate thanks to unrestricted immigration and the Muslim baby-making machines in full swing. The Muslim population in USA has not reached 5% yet and we already see their demands increasing in all spheres of life. They don't care if this causes any inconvenience to the rest of US citizens. We have seen violent actions by Muslims in many cases and the frequency of these incidences is increasing. With time they will become more violent, and that is a foregone conclusion.

They are not concerned that "the right to bear arms" allows common citizens to be armed but at the same time they are arming themselves too. Hence the armed citizenry is not going to be a discouraging facter for them They will do what they want to do or whatever their imamullahs tell them to do and if they lose life, it will be "martyrdom and 72 virgins in the paradise" syndrome for them!!!

How can one prevent this perverted thinking without banning this cult?

Just saw an interesting article in faithfreedom.org on the behaviorial changes of Muslim population as a function of their numbers in a country. It's worth reading.

An afterthought: As far as I am concerned there are no "moderate" Muslims. The word is an oxymoron just like "Islam is peaceful".


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