Time to Start Profiling Muslims Instead of Christians

MH900409382On Monday, as I heard the news of the Boston Marathon bombing, I heard some lame-brained reporter on the radio claim that, “this changes everything.” His follow-up was something about none of us being safe anymore. My first thought was, “What! Where has this guy been since 9/11?”

But then, I remembered that many Americans, led by politicians and the media, have accepted the notion that we are no longer threatened by Islamic jihad. They have been lulled to sleep by the lie that Islam is a “religion of peace.” With the killing of Bin Laden and our withdrawal from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, they have been convinced by the campaign rhetoric that “Bin Laden is dead and GM is alive.” We are under the impression that we have been kept safe from Islamic jihad since 9/11, forgetting that the Ft Hood shooter was named Hasan and shouted, “allahyu akkbar.” That incident has been forgotten because the “enlightened” administration has labeled it “work place violence.” Until this week, Obama had dropped the term “Islamic terrorism” from his lexicon.

How fitting is it that the two brothers both ended up at Beth Israel Hospital in the caring arms of JEWS!!!!!? Now we will be subjected to a societal anal exam for weeks on end because of our self-loathing liberal political correctness which values “diversity” more than truth.

The main stream media is perplexed. “How could such nice boys have lived here for so long, become radicalized and done this? How do we prevent this? How can we be safe?” They refuse to accept that Islam is incompatible with western society. Every Muslim is a “person of interest”. We will be safer once we accept the truth. The truth will set you free. We must profile these people. The nitwits in the media and political class must stop perpetrating the lie that Islam is a religion of peace.

The reason we are not safe is because our society operates in a fantasy perpetuated by a government sympathetic to a religion of death. How blind are we when the terrorists are identified two years in advance and we ignore it?1 How appropriate is it that the car that the terrorists hijacked had that familiar COEXIST bumper sticker? When will we wake up and realize that these people do not want to co-exist with us?

This week a friend of a friend commented on Facebook that “99% of the people of the world are good.” I had to remind him that there are millions of Muslims in the world who want us dead simply because we are Americans, Christians or Jews. He then equated radical Islam to the Westboro Baptists. There is no comparing radical Islam to any other religion (except perhaps Satan worship). I don’t recall the Westboro Baptists killing anyone. They may be intolerant bigots, but they are not murderers. The two don’t equate.

Our country would be safer if people paid more attention to Robert Spencer than Barrack Obama or Chris Matthews. You say, “Who is Robert Spencer?” Of course you wouldn’t know because his thorough efforts to document Islamic terrorism have been deliberately ignored by the media. If you want to know what these murderers are up to, you will be more informed by following Spencer’s Jihad Watch website than any newspaper or television station. The sheer volume of Islamic terrorism that has occurred since 9/11 will astound you.

Rick David

About the author, Rick David: Rick David retired from a career in business in 2011. His experience includes service in the USAF, in medical sales and in operations for an educational testing company. He has a passion for and has been actively engaged in conservative issue advocacy and campaigning for over 30 years. He currently resides in North Liberty, Iowa where he also served as a church pastor with his wife of 43 years and travels extensively volunteering in lay ministry. View all articles by Rick David

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