posted on Feb, 22 2015 @ 09:39 AM
Hey i do not know how to link it but the last couple of days one of the main stories in the bbc is about 3 girls going to Syria to help isis, and how
the parents are sobbing please come back, and there is this whole interview with their parents blah blah.
Also, any time there is a terrorist attack, Cameron and Obama, always are so quick to add to their condemnation is "islam is a peaceful religion
this does not represent the majority of muslims" - which, is true, i do not disagree with that.
However, why are these big western powers so fast to make us feel sorry for these people, who at the end of the day its people from THEIR religion
Why are these governments trying to install this sense of guilt for people who call it what it is -- ISLAMIC TERRORISM! and this sense of oh no, we
can not criticise it because we will come across as being intolerant and racist.
At the end of the day, yes i am sure that SOME (not all), but some of the families whose members left to join isis, are upset, and i know that not all
muslims are bad, but is it not disrespectful to the people who have been murdered by the muslim terrorists that whenever an incident happens, more
time is spent on the president being so quick to talk about how islam is not evil and defend them, than actual talking about the victims..
Oh, sorry, i forgot (obama is too busy playing golf to care )