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Reader comment on item: [London Terrorism:] British "Covenant of Security" with Islamists Ends

Submitted by D (United States), Jul 8, 2005 at 10:06

What does one do with incorrigible criminals that cannot be rehabilitated? Life-long imprisonment or death? What can one do with incorrigible enemies who cannot be led to peace?
Imprisonment is not practical-too many and some might escape or hostages taken for exchange. Dead men tell no tales and dead men (and women) do not do suicide missions or plant explosives. It comes down to kill or be killed.
It reads heartless. It reads inhumane. It reads opposed to all that U.S. citizens, especially those who profess to be Christian, believe in.
But, if it comes down the them or us, I want it to be them.
They offer only submission, cruelty, oppression, and not even the hope of material benefits. It is a culture of death and destruction and not of life and construction. It is about fear and force. I am writing about the radical Muslims-the Islamo-Fascists (although one could also deem them Islamo-Communists-to me the Communists were just as bad, and, in some ways, worse than the Fascists. The Communists killed their own people, their own ethnic group, whereas the Nazis killed mostly other ethnic groups, Jews, Poles, those they called defective. That was bad enough, but killing one's own ethnic group seems even worse. The last shred of tribal connection was lost.)

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