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But We’re Still Gonna Kill You

Much has been written about the fecklessness of the current administration’s prosecution of the war on terror, and it never ceases to amaze me that the reality-challenged can maintain their position so stridently in the face of all the evidence against them. Mark Steyn shares the same incredulity as he expostulates:

…the notion that it doesn’t count as terrorism unless you’re a member of Local #437 of the Amalgamated Union of Isolated Extremists seems perverse and reductive. What did the Pantybomber have a membership card in? Well, he was president of the Islamic Society of University College, London. Kafeel Ahmed, who died after driving a burning jeep into the concourse of Glasgow Airport, had been president of the Islamic Society of Queen’s University, Belfast. Yassin Nassari, serving three years in jail for terrorism, was president of the Islamic Society of the University of Westminster. Waheed Arafat Khan, arrested in the 2006 Heathrow terror plots that led to Americans having to put their liquids and gels in those little plastic bags, was president of the Islamic Society of London Metropolitan University. 

Doesn’t this sound like a bigger problem than “al-Qaeda” — whatever that is? 

Oblivious to the obvious, our current “alleged” leadership continues to steer the ship of state towards the iceberg as they heed the siren call of a suicidal multiculturalism. 

Aside from the highly localized Tamil terrorism of India and Sri Lanka, suicide bombing is a phenomenon entirely of Islam. The broader psychosis that manifested itself only the other day in an axe murderer breaking into a Danish cartoonist’s home to kill him because he objects to his cartoon is likewise a phenomenon of Islam. This is not to say (to go wearily through the motions) that all Muslims are potential suicide bombers and axe murderers, but it is to state the obvious — that this “war” is about the intersection of Islam and the West, and its warriors are recruited in the large pool of young Muslim manpower, not in Yemen and Afghanistan so much as in Copenhagen and London. 

But the president of the United States cannot say that because he is over-invested in a fantasy — that, if only that Texan moron Bush had read Khalid Sheikh Mohammed his Miranda rights and bowed as low as he did to the Saudi king, we wouldn’t have all these problems. 

It is a fundamental principle that when opposing someone, knowledge of the enemy is essential. In this case, we don’t have to wonder about their goals; they tell us repeatedly, overtly and covertly. They don’t even have to bother with their doctrine of taqiyya. Our fearless leaders have blinded themselves and are slowly committing multicultural suicide, and have accepted the role of social and cultural suicide bomber, taking us all with them.


Political Cartoon by Mike Lester

 Political Cartoon by Eric Allie

What to do? Pray, grab your bullhorn, aim it at your friendly neighborhood liberal, and repeat after me:
muslimextremists.gif Muslim Extremists picture by TheInterface
Oh, and one more thing. VOTE these idiots OUT of office so we can continue the debate without explosives!
  1. 14 Feb 2010 at 7:59 AM

    Why do we persist in using convenient scapegoats? Just because someone professes to be a KKK member, we assume he’s a racist. Just because someone idolizes the nazi party, we assume he’s seeking dominance by the master race. Just because Islam society members seek to eliminate all infidels, must we persist in prejudice in our suspicions?

  2. 15 Feb 2010 at 9:55 PM

    hoboduke, are you serious? Your questions reveal why I filed this under Non Compos Mentis. It is their method of elimination that is objectionable. You suggest I’m prejudiced because I object to having my head removed from my shoulders? Please note that the term scapegoat assumes the innocence of the one so identified. Islamofascists are hardly innocent. You really should educate yourself with more facts and data before asking such stunningly stupid questions. If it waddles like a duck, quacks like a duck, has feathers like a duck, and a bill like a duck, please don’t try to tell me it’s a moose!

  3. 16 Feb 2010 at 4:07 PM

    fyi: I am not serious in comment. It is meant in jest to sacasctically call into reality the diversity “I’m ok your ok” pundits who want to experiment with our lives to be butchered by terrorists who count on our stupidity.

  4. 16 Feb 2010 at 6:57 PM

    Excellent, hoboduke! You did such an outstanding job of imitating a lunatic liberal that I missed the sarcasm. I am gratified to see you were serious only in your mockery of their lunacy. And welcome to the Interface!

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