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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Politically Correct versus Politically Adept

"Islam is peace. These terrorists [of 9/11] don't represent peace. They represent evil and war"
"[The extremists' agenda does not represent that of] our many Muslim friends. [The attacks of 9/11] violate the fundamental tenets of the Islamic faith."
Former U.S. President George W. Bush

"I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation."
"Muslims feel that their religion is very much a part of your public life and what you do as a public official, and that's inconsistent with our principles and our Constitution."
Ben Carson, Republican contestant for candidate for 2016 presidential election

"The United States Constitution is clear It prohibits religious tests for public office."
"[Rich Lowry, National Review: 'Is Islam a religion of peace?']"
"I'm sure for some of the practitioners, but it's been hijacked by people who have an ideology that wants to destroy western civilization, and they're barbarians. And so that part, which is the part that we need to confront head-on, is clearly not a religion of peace."
"You're not offending the sensibilities of people that are peaceful in the adherence to their faith when you say what I just said."
Jeb Bush, Republican contestant for candidacy
Republican presidential candidates (from left) Ben Carson, Donald Trump and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush pose for a group picture during the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, Calif., on Sept. 16, 2015. (Associated Press)
Republican candidates Ben Carson, left, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush seen at last week's CNN debate. Mark J. Terrill/The Associated Press

That's sheer wishful thinking on Mr. Bush's part. It represents yet another instance of pandering to the Muslim demographic in the United States, for every vote counts in this competition to represent the Republican party in the forthcoming 2016 election for President of the United States. The simple fact is that the most elemental tenet of Islam is jihad, where Islam mandates that all those who surrender to Islam have the supreme obligation to ensure that their religion succeeds in overturning all other religions to make certain that Islam one day will dominate the world.

Islamists believe that one day they will dominate in a universal caliphate within which all those who fail to succumb to worship of Allah will live in absolute subservience and inequality under Islam. And while there's truth to the oft-repeated statement that moderate Muslims have no interest in such monopolistic religious/political/social domination, through their very adherence to Islam they have no option but to surrender to its dictates of which jihad is the most pressing. That is the complete surrender to the will of Allah.

The will of Allah is the legacy of a man who in the 7th Century dreamed of founding a world religion that would one day dominate the world. He adapted his religion to the far more ancient founding religion of Judaism which had spawned Christianity, claiming for his religion the prophets honoured in Judaism and Christianity as Islam's own. The patriarch Abraham who inspired Judaism, according to Islam, was really the founder of Islam, and this long before Islam was ever imagined.

Purloining symbols and institutional foundations and material representations such as churches and synagogues, let alone the commandments of the earlier 'Abrahamic' religions, is Islam's forte. In the shadow of 9/11 Islamists intended to build the largest mosque in New York until protests halted the project. Muslims deny the existence of the Temples of Solomon in antiquity over whose ruins they built their own monuments in Jerusalem.

Islam loftily refers to itself as a 'religion of peace' yet it is responsible for the greatest atrocities and massacres among its conflicting sects. Islamists conspire to wreak havoc and terror throughout the world as part of global jihad. They prey on their own whom they deem insufficiently Islamic and turn their attention to destroying Jews and Christians, Hindus and Buddhists whose presence on Earth is an affront to Allah.

The religion of peace inspires the custodian-country of its most sacred monuments in Mecca and Medina to inflict punishments of crucifixion and beheading on those who defy Islam, who dare to leave Islam and adopt Christianity, who criticize the House of Saud. The head of the largest Muslim advocacy group in the United States pronounced Ben Carson unfit to become president, citing the American Constitution:
“Not long ago, some people thought that a Catholic cannot be a president, an African-American cannot be a president. They were wrong then, and they are wrong now" [citing article six of the constitution] no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."
Nihad Awad, executive director, Council on American-Islamic relations
The founding fathers could never have imagined a scenario where a foreign element comprising religion, culture, politics and ideology all rolled into one threatening and incendiary potential to transform their vision of the future and America the Great could ever arise. Their imagination did not extend to the possibilities of the future when America would be under threat of complete transformation.

Islamist Muslims have become exceedingly adept at co-opting the laws of the countries they migrate to, to use them for their advantage just as they have historically adopted all the trappings of the earlier monotheistic religions they feel they represent the culmination of in the true representation of god's will. Torquing a value to make it useful to their ends becomes their mission in aid of achieving their determined end.

Buyer beware.

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