Over at LGF, Beagle has a few facts to consider, and suggestions for action against the new Utopian mass murderers:
Generally speaking this war against a global jihad – religious movement – is not going well. I’m not talking about Iraq. That’s the problem, thinking in terms of nation-states. Fighting “terrorism” is like fighting “armored warfare.”
Some basic facts need to be addressed. Muslim leaders in any nation will use jihadis when it suits their interests. Pandering to Islam is a necessary survival tool in any nation with a Muslim majority. We need to quit thinking in terms of a separation between politics and religion. As cloudy as that distinction can be in the United States, it’s crystal clear compared to nations with an Islamic majority.
Instead of looking at leaders of individual terror cells we should be looking at the mosques they attended. So many politicians love to talk about cutting off the head of the snake, and proceed to chase the tail.
Once again, I implore our leaders to consider a Former Muslim Protection Program. As we’ve seen, even Danish cartoonists can be forced into 24-7 protection for line drawings. Film makers can be butchered in the streets of Europe. It’s MUCH WORSE for Muslims who might try to reform or leave Islam. Terrorism is just a reflection of the Islamic doctrine of total war. Sounds crazy, a religion with a military strategy, but it’s reality.
We must address da’wa, new converts (the most dangerous), demographics, and dhimmitude in our institutions. Smooth-talking Muslims must be held to account in public for the actual doctrines which motivate their co-religionists to cut off heads, treat women like dirt, and blow up hospitals and children seeking candy.
Islamophobia is the most successful example of Orwellian deception since social justice replaced communism. (emphasis, Gates of Vienna)
The vital question for our country is: will “social justice” trump our Constitution, founded as it is on an a priori individual liberty?
Note: “Beagle” can be found at politics and religion