"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Saturday, September 15, 2012

What do we do about Islam?

The eternal problem of Islam
  • From 629 AD on militant Islam has invaded, conquered and subjugated peoples of all races and faiths. 
  • Freedom of religion and thought does not exist under Islam, but Muslims who immigrate to other nations demand those freedoms for themselves.

By Gary;

Bottom line  -  Muslims hate non-Muslims.  Period.

That fact of life might offend the limp-wristed Liberals in their la-la land pretend world, but it is just as much a fact today as it was in 629 AD when Muslim invaders started to spread their hate through conquest.

The 9-11 attacks were but a minor wake up call.  The small number of deaths in the twin towers are nothing compared to the millions killed in centuries of Islamic conquest.  Coming soon to a nation near you:  Islamic biological and nuclear terrorism in the name of Allah.

So what do we do?

Muslim Immigration Ends Today!  -  The endless importation of millions of Muslim immigrants into the US and other Western nations needs to end today!
Coming soon - Islamic nuclear and
biological terrorism in the name of Allah.

I am sorry to be a hard ass, but the 1,400 years of Islamic history proves that Muslims are not good neighbors. 

If you are unlucky enough to be a religious minority in a Muslim nation then you know first hand how really fucked you are.  It makes no sense to deliberately import Muslims into our country.

And yes, Muslims are different from other religions.

Containment of Islam  -  A lot of the raving right-wingers scream that we must "win" the war against Islam.  Those statements are examples of ignorance or a desire to sell books or get ratings on TV and radio.

Many have tried, but you cannot win the war against Islam.  What you can do is to prevent the spread of Islam through containment much as we contained the Communism during the Cold War until it collapsed under its own weight.

Containment does not mean we can't send in some drones here and there to take out bad guys, but we need to recognize that a World War II type "total victory" will not happen.

Careful diplomacy is needed to build alliances with both more moderate Muslim leaders as well as countries threatened by Islamic terrorism.  The freedom of information of the Internet needs to be used to undermine the ridged pre-medieval thought of Islamists.

Hopefully at some point there will be a Muslim Reformation of thought that will bring a new era of freedom and peace.

Until then a low level containment war must go on.
For those interested check out my Blog article on The Arab Siege of Constantinople.

Arab Riots in Egypt, Yemen 'out of control'
The wave of anti-American protests is gathering strength as it sweeps across the Muslim world. Police in Yemen have reportedly fired warning shots at another mob of protesters heading for the US embassy.

A Sudanese demonstrator burns a German flag as others shout slogans after torching the German embassy in Khartoum.

In Tunisia.

  • LEBANON - Security forces opened fire in the northeastern Lebanese city of Tripoli, killing one person after a crowd angry over the film set fire to a KFC and a Hardee's restaurant. About 25 people were wounded in the melee, including 18 policemen who were hit with stones and glass.

  • SUDAN - Several hundred protesters stormed the German Embassy in the capital, Khartoum, burning a car parked behind its gates and trash cans. Police fired tear gas, pushing the protesters outside the embassy's gates. There appeared to be no injuries to embassy staff and no apparent damage to the building. Most protesters dispersed, but a group marched to protest at the nearby British Embassy.

  • YEMEN - Security forces shot live rounds in the air and fired tear gas at a crowd of around 2,000 protesters trying to march to the U.S. Embassy in the capital, Sanaa. Police kept the crowd about a block away from the embassy. Friday's demonstration came a day after hundreds stormed the embassy compound and burned the American flag.

  • EGYPT - Riot police clashed with hundreds of protesters blocks away from the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, as the president broadcast an appeal to Muslims to protect embassies and tried to patch up strained relations with Washington. After weekly prayers, a crowd in Cairo's Tahrir Square tore up an American flag, and waved a black, Islamist flag. When protesters tried to move toward the embassy, ranks of police confronted them, firing tear gas.

  • Anti-US riots video: American flags burned across Arab world
    Thousands have rallied in cities across Arab world in outrage over an American-made film mocking Islam's prophet, Muhammad. The riots broke out in Lebanon, Iran, India, Israel, Iraq and Yemen.

    Flaming Chicken
    A Hardee's and a Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) fast food outlet burns after protesters set the building on fire in Tripoli, northern Lebanon.

  • IRAN - Thousands shouted 'Death to America' and 'Death to Israel' in Tehran in a demonstration after Friday prayers. Some burned the American and Israeli flags. State TV says similar protests were held in other Iranian cities.

  • BAHRAIN - More than 2,000 protesters chanted against the film and burned American and Israeli flags after Friday prayers in a Shiite mosque in Diraz, outside the capital, Manama. Security forces were absent, even though the area is a hotbed of opposition in Bahrain's 19-month Shiite-led uprising against the Sunni ruling system. Separately, Bahrain's Interior Ministry ordered media regulators to attempt to block access to the film clip in the Gulf kingdom.

  • IRAQ - Hundreds demonstrated in Baghdad's northern Sunni neighborhood of Azamaiyah, some shouting: 'No, no America! No, no to Israel,' and, 'We are ready to sacrifice ourselves for our Prophet.' Dozens also marched in Baghdad's Sadr City, a poor Shiite area in the capital's northeast. In the southern city of Basra, about 1,000 took to the streets and burned the American and Israeli flags. One banner said: 'Freedom doesn't mean offending two billion Muslims.'

  • TUNISIA - A crowd of several thousand demonstrators protested outside the US embassy in Tunis. Police respond to stone-throwing with tear gas. An AP reporter on the scene witnessed several people overcome by intense clouds of gas. An army helicopter flew overhead while armored vehicles protected the embassy.

  • ISRAEL - The Israeli police say about 400 people marched toward the U.S. consulate in east Jerusalem in protest over the prophet film. Demonstrators threw bottles and stones at police, who responded by firing stun grenades. Four protesters were arrested and the crowd was prevented from reaching the U.S. consulate.

  • Bangladesh Flag Burning
    Around 10,000 Muslims from half a dozen Islamist groups staged a noisy protest in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, burning and trampling American flags while chanting anti-US slogans.

  • ISRAEL - The Israeli police say about 400 people marched toward the U.S. consulate in east Jerusalem in protest over the prophet film. Demonstrators threw bottles and stones at police, who responded by firing stun grenades. Four protesters were arrested and the crowd was prevented from reaching the U.S. consulate.

  • WEST BANK - In the city of Nablus, about 200 people demonstrated against the film as Muslim clerics throughout the territory preached against it in Friday sermons.

  • SYRIA - About 200 protesters waved the Syrian flag and shouted anti-American slogans outside the long-closed U.S. Embassy in Damascus. The crowd held banners saying: 'He who curses the Prophet doesn't seek democracy' and 'a nation whose Prophet is Mohammad, would never kneel down.' The U.S. embassy has been closed since February because of the country's bloody conflict that has killed about 23,000 people.

  • AFGHANISTAN - About 1,500 protested in the eastern city of Jalalabad, shouting 'Death to America' and urged President Hamid Karzai to cut relations with the U.S.

  • PAKISTAN - Hundreds of hardline Muslims held peaceful protests against the film throughout Pakistan, shouting slogans and carrying banners criticizing the U.S. and those involved in the film. Police in Islamabad set up barricades and razor wire to prevent protesters from getting to the diplomatic enclave, where the U.S. Embassy and many other foreign missions are located. Protests were also held in Karachi, Peshawar and Lahore, where protesters shouted 'Down with America' and some burned the U.S. flag. About 200 policemen and barbed wire ringed the U.S. Consulate in Lahore.

  • GREAT BRITAIN - In London, around 250 protesters marched noisily but peacefully through Britain's capital to the U.S. embassy. The group, which called itself the 'Defenders of The Prophet,' held placards denouncing the U.S. and perceived Western imperialism.

  • TURKEY - Hundreds of people gathered in Istanbul's Beyazit Square to protest the prophet film. The protest was organized by Turkey's main Islamist political party, Saadet.

  • MALAYSIA - About 20 protesters held a peaceful demonstration outside the U.S. Embassy in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur. They briefly shouted 'Allahu akbar!' or God is great, and handed reporters a letter addressed to the American ambassador expressing anger over the movie and calling for greater respect for religions.
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    (UK Daily Mail)

     Palestinians burn U.S flags during a protest

    Bahrainis burn replicas of American and Israeli flags during
    a protest after midday prayers in Diraz.

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