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The Problem Is "-Islam-"

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in response to reader comment: The problem is political.

Submitted by Geno M. (United States), Aug 10, 2008 at 16:59

What's missing from the equation is a zero-tolerance data point. Sooner or later, sooner I hope, someone somewhere is going to say enough is enough and establish a no-Islam zone where Islamic "anything" is banned. To reach that point a line will be crossed where political correctness goes out the window and common sense prevails.

As it stands today all Western countries are under relentless pressure to accept Islamic signs, symbols, rules, strictures etc. With monumental stupidity we pretend Islam is a religion like all others and the Muslims laugh themselves silly as they use our very own liberty-based infrastructure to destroy us. Islam is a malevolent force. It is dangerous and it is evil. There is no use trying to winnow good Islam from bad Islam. It is all Islam and it means to take over the world. We managed to figure it out with the Nazi's. Why is this so hard for us to get through our thick skulls? Because Islam is a "religion"?? Please...

Until and unless we draw such a line in the sand and start creating Islam-free zones we will remain at the mercy of sneaky Islamic incursion into every corner the West until critical mass is reached and we poor Kafir find that there is no place left. Then, we'd better get used to living under Sharia because it will be quite literally the only game in town.


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