Saturday, September 13, 2008

Not Blinking

The Sunday Telegraph has a column about a peaceful radical Islamic rally in London that featured tidbits like this:
"The blame of 9/11 belongs to no one but the American government. They are the terrorists. Sheikh Osama warned America numerous times, it was because of their own arrogance, because they thought they are a superpower and nobody could match them, that Sheikh Osama taught them a lesson – a lesson they still haven't learned."
Note he blamed Bill Clinton by saying that UBL warned America many times without heed; they all occurred in the 90s. Mr. Islamofascist continued:
Mr Choudary talked about the black "flag of Sharia" flying over Downing Street by 2020, saying 500 people a day were converting to Islam.

He laughed that Muslim families in places like Whitechapel and Bethnal Green in east London were having "10 or 12 children each".
Good Lord, it's a sexual jihad. And they sound pretty "hell-bent", don't they?

Thing is, the west has allowed the concept of family to become secondary to career and self so this may be a chicken coming home to roost we had coming. No justification for murder of course, something Reverend Wright has yet to figure out.

But what's striking is the difference between the Islamic radical rhetoric and that of our two candidates on 9/11, both talking calmly about service and denigrating Bush's call to action while going soft (if at all) on the need to keep fighting the good fight against those who sympathize with Atta and kill innocents for their religion. Only Sarah Palin has mentioned the need for America not to blink in the face of these barbarians of late, and she was chastised for it.

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