Anti-Islam Anti-Islamization Islam 101 Islam Debate ISLAM IN THE USA


I stand with U.S. Congressman Joe Walsh in his statement to Hypeline News directly challenging DOJ Loretta Lynch:

Islam booted

What the hell does that mean? I have a 1st Amendment right, Ms Lynch, to say whatever I want about Muslims.

You want to try and prosecute me for what I say? I dare you. Here goes:

Most Muslims around the world are terrorists, support terrorism, and/or support Sharia Law. They are our enemy. I don’t want them in America. Any Muslim that won’t assimilate should get the hell out of America. Any Muslim that is a terrorist or supports terrorism should be killed. If “Moderate” Muslims don’t speak out against terrorism, they are our enemy and we should call them out and kick them out of this country. I hope there is a backlash against Muslims because Islam, as practiced by most Muslims, is not a religion of peace, and all of us who do live in peace should do whatever we can to defeat Islam.

There Ms Lynch. As an American, I have a right to say everything I just did. And I will continue to speak the truth about Islam in the hopes that others will wake up to this truth and do what we can to defeat this evil in our midst.

Is that “anti-Muslim rhetoric” that “edges toward violence.” Go ahead and prosecute me. I dare you.

More here. H/T: ChanaS.

3 Responses

  1. Yes, in the USA, a person certainly can say anything he wishes — short of a very few things such as threatening a person’s life. In and of itself, what I or you or anyone else says not make what the person claims correct or even sane.

    See // You and I​ know that most of our Christian friends would look at such Biblical laws, encouragement, or ideas are ridiculous. ​Why do you think most M​u​sl​i​m people actually think their scriptures are any different for them?​ Really, not looking through the hosts of psuedo-reasons, why?

    What do you make of the Muslims who have taken bullets as soldiers for the USA? “Muslims are asked by Prophet Muhammad to “love your country as [patriotism] is part of Islam.” The Qur’an (4:60) calls on Muslims to be obedient to their governments: “O you who believe, obey God and the Prophet and obey those in authority from among you.” As I discuss in this piece, Muslims have heeded the Prophet’s call for allegiance and shown love for America. Muslims served in the U.S. military under the command of General George Washington, who was Commander in Chief of the Continental Army during the American War for Independence.​..​​” ​//​

    There are no doubt many more Muslims who when recruited did not list their religion​. No doubt some of these people simply wanted to avoid harassment; others might have had a sinister agenda.​ One can go back and forth on this issue, interpreting the facts in the context of what one believes. As the philosophical quip goes, “context is decisive.” A key result of this insight is that we humans tend to believe what fits into our world view, regardless of what, how much, or the quality of any evidence that undermines our world view. (I am not exempting myself from that human, all too human, tendency.)

    1. It matters little what individual muslims do, it matters greatly what the koran says which exhorts the follower to follow the example of mohamed.

      1. KGS, what if I said, “It matters little what individual Christians do, it matters greatly what the Bible says which exhorts the follower to follow the example of Jesus Christ?”

        Matters to whom? I do not get your point.

        Just as few Christians, if any, would not actually try to live according to all the injunctions of the Bible, or even solely the New Testament, few Muslims would even try to actually live according all the injunctions of the Koran.

        My point is that the welter of barbaric instructions in almost any major religion, starting from its inception, have been modified, ameliorated, softened, made metaphorical by its followers today rather than literal. Few followers are COMPLETELY fundamentalists of whatever religion. Yes, there is that very small percentage of what most of us the rest of us would call “nut cases, and they comprise terrorists, support terrorism, and/or support Sharia Law. But to say they are “most Muslims” is like saying most white Mississippians are racists. (I am a white Mississippian and neither my parents, my siblings or me are racists.)

        Warning of dangers is admirable, KGS. But whether intentional or not, the entire premise, conclusions, and tenor of your post breeds paranoia and hatred. Should we protect ourselves from all forms of international terror? Of course. Should we throw all Muslims in the same basket? Equally, not! If we follow your guidance, we will BREED hatred from many Muslims who happen to be US citizens and would like to stay that way

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