posted on May, 12 2008 @ 11:16 PM
Declaring war on Islam is an interesting campaign topic.
As we speak, the French and Dutch are falling under the weight of the false friends they have welcomed to their lifestyles.
If we do this, you might argue: We would be America no more.
We welcome diversity of religion, unless of course you are a Satanist, or if you were a member of a number of other religious movements which were
burned out by their neighbors in our history. Research the Oneida Colony, if you don’t believe me.
Despite the precedents of historical reality, it would be a discarding of our belief system, and of our neighbors and fellow citizens who are Islamic,
many of them good people, good neighbors. We all flinch at this option for good reason.
If pressed we know that we would stand in confrontation. And if we do nothing, we know we will be pressed. So we must do something less drastic before
it is too late.
If the choice were so harsh as to abandon American ideals, or withdraw to an isolationist stance, then we should withdraw.
In so doing we would prevail. To abandon our beliefs is to loose instantly, we will have become our enemies.
But the choice is not that extreme!
We need not withdraw; we can simply fight terror warfare with our own brand of terror warfare, ignoring all the limitations which terrorists ignore in
the process. Make even the playing field, and employ superior firepower.
By what insanity do we cling to a system of rules for warfare so much like Prussians lining up in rows on a field, with their red coats and brass
By what insanity do we hold fire when we see hundreds of Al-Qaeda lined up neatly in the crosshairs because they are at a funeral?
What better time to bury them all?
There is only one rule, hunt down those who would bring us down, and destroy them. This is a job for high tech assassins, not divisions of troops.
To abandon who we are, and what we stand for and gain the world would be the simplest victory for our enemies. One where we hand them victory before
the first major battle has even begun.
We might be forced to treat followers of Islam as hostiles. In fact I have no doubt that this is necessary. Having seen how Islam is not just a
religion, but a political and legal system; which seeks to usurp its host nations control systems and laws.
If left to me, a simple denunciation of the practice of sharea law, and the open acceptance of other religions as equals would be sufficient to keep
out of a detention camp or from being deported. I hope we show this kind of temperament, and restraint.
I frankly do not see the benefit of a detention camp in such a war; this would be a fight to the last of their kind or ours. If you would be one of
us, you must denounce them. This is a simple truth. Not a tyranny or violation of our beliefs.
If you would have an America, you must say no to this abolition of our most basic tenants. Declaring war on a religion is not American.
Those willing to separate the religion from the legal and political enemies of America should be welcome, unless there is good reason to believe they
are not acting in good faith.
How dare anyone come here welcomed and wish to supplant our way of life and system of law and government with their own rules? To be American, to be
in America you must believe in America. If not you have come as an enemy wishing our overthrow before your arrival, and should leave while you have
the chance. You have come to the wrong place.
We are here by agreement in something we hold sacred. We are together despite the differences in our belief systems, and this is what we value, and if
you do not value it in kind you are not welcome to change it. Do not mistake our openness for weakness.