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Where are our anti-Mosques

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Submitted by Charles Martel (United States), Jan 22, 2015 at 01:48

With our so-called leaders blathering politically correct nonsequitors, one senses a vacuum in the environment. We've all read, seen and heard about the fundamentalist message being broadcast worldwide by the proponents of Islam. But why no counter-message from our side? For want of a better phrase, where are our anti-Mosques, our anti-Imams, our voices of passion and power to check the strident call to arms by those we fear and those we hate?

It's not being conveyed in our media. Certainly not in our political leadership. Barrack Hussein is as good a dhimmi as any Wahabi could hope for. Our schools are blind and dumb at best, subverted and seditious at worst. Every major university boasts a Muslim Student's Association. But where are the Judeo-Christian Secular Freedom Associations on campus?

I applaud the courageous work of scholars and truth tellers like Dr. Pipes. But such patriots are too few and far in between. The broadcast volume is not registering with the masses. For reasons I cannot fathom, while our core freedoms are being imperiled as never before we are sleepwalking into Sharia.

It is as though we can no longer be bothered to rouse ourselves to care let alone act. Our enemies know who they are, what they stand for — and they clearly believe their cause worth fighting and dying to further. But we.... What to us is worth fighting and possibly dying to protect and defend? Our constitution. The right to breathe free air and give voice to whatever we genuinely believe? Perhaps, but I don't see it. Not these days. Not in these United States. Certainly not in the same animated passion-driven momentum evinced by our foes.

Somewhere along the way between the 60's and our current Politically Correct Sheeple sleep, we've lost something precious. Perhaps even more sacred than freedom. The will to act. The passion to protect our birthright. So I ask again, where are the voices rising from school and pulpit and media and political rostrum in passionate defense of everything we hold precious? We had better find this quality within ourselves and soon because the sands of time are quickly running out.

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