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We need more than profiling: WE NEED MUSLIM INTERNMENT CAMPS NOW!!!

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Submitted by Tyler (Canada), Jun 20, 2006 at 02:03

Those who do not study history are bound to repeat it.

America, and the principles for which she stands, democracy and freedom, are at war with Islam. Islam's clearly stated objectives and goals in the Koran are in clear conflict with those of America. Islam's soldiers have already infiltrated America in many areas including the military. (Remember Sgt. Asan Akbar and his grenade attack on the 101st Airborne HQ in Kuwait?) It's propoganda agents and recruiters, the Imams from Saudi Arabia, work their subterfuge through out the wahabi mosques in America, adding to their numbers daily. Like the trojan horse, the enemy has already breached America's walls and have and will continue to wreak havoc from within. Profiling is expensive both in terms of man power and sheer logistics and is not enough to assure the safety of all Americans.

The most cost effective solution to the problem of preventing terrorist propogation and attacks at home is the internment of all muslims in America. Now before all you left-wing Kennedys and Hillarys get your panties in a bunch, consider the alternative: if just one terrorist cell succeeds in by-passing our leaking security systems, thousands or even millions of American lives could be lost if such a cell were to detonate a nuke in a major American city. Is it worth the risk just to placate a tiny percentage of the American population?

This is WAR and in times of war, the needs of the few are outweighed by the needs of the many.

The Japanese internment during WW2 should serve as a shining example of how effective this solution was. I don't recall any terrorist attack on U.S. soil during the internment. If it worked so well back then, it should work just as good now.

For the duration of this 'war on terror' a.k.a. war on Islam, only two options should be given to muslims residing in America: Internment or Deportation to an Islamic country, say, Saudi Arabia. Any muslim choosing internment in America should have to forfeit their property in order to cover the cost of internment so the over-burdened U.S. taxpayer won't have to foot the bill. In addition, the Saudi sponsored mosques could be sold to private developers and converted into multi-family dwelling/mixed residential/light commercial use to also assist in the cost of muslim internment.

The cost savings alone in not having to profile and survail every muslim peep should be enough to change the mind of even the most ardent liberal. This money could be funnelled into the war effort abroad for a speedy victory and the quick return home of U.S. soldiers. The savings could also be used to improve health care, crime reduction, education, and local infrastructure.

When the war is over, like the Japanese interned during WW2, those muslims interned can be freed to enjoy the democracy and freedoms, including the pursuit of happiness, paid for with the blood of U.S. soldiers.


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