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Submitted by Charles Martel (United States), Oct 1, 2022 at 13:58

A unifying theme occurs in considering the writings of Ms. Ali-Khan, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and many other high profile Muslim Americans. That is, though ostensibly dwelling here of their own free will and continuing to enjoy the largesse afforded them in the bargain, these people express a venomous contempt for the very land they've chosen to inhabit.

This is not by accident or caprice.

Instead, their loathing is based in the fundamentals that characterize Islam. Hatred of free thought, free will and free expression are as baked into Islam as anything else one cares to examine. So in Muslims who have drunk the Islamic Kool-Aid, it seeps and emanates from their pores like a poison miasma. They actually can't help it.

This unfortunate axiom was evidently lost upon those who opened the floodgates wide in the 1960s and beyond. Now, in Minneapolis, Cleveland, New York and numerous other cities large and small, we can see the tragically unwise result of importing Islamist Somalis, Afghans, Sudanese and so forth.

Though perhaps a bit too late to unwind this gross error in judgment, when one of us bothers to remove our politically-correct goggles it suddenly becomes stunningly obvious that Islam belongs in America in the same way that strychnine or broken glass belongs in one's breakfast beverage.


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