Lt.Col Allen West


National Security Action Summit II

EMPact America, in partnership with Breitbart News Network and the Center for Security Policy, will be hosting the “NATIONAL SECURITY ACTION SUMMIT II” on Monday, September 29th 2014. TheMARRIOTT WARDMAN HOTEL, located in the heart of Washington DC near the Metro Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan station will host the summit.

THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACTION SUMMIT WILL BE A DAYLONG EVENT FOCUSING ON THE GROWING THREATS FACING OUR NATION. America can no longer adopt policies that diminish our nation and our ability to protect our vital interests. Our current foreign policy emboldens our enemies and undermines our allies. As a result, our nation and way of life are at risk. Now is the time to return America to her greatness.

One Response

  1. My view, long held, is that we need to have a separation from the islamic world. As a start one needs to take them at their own words and agree wholeheartedly that there is indeed a dar ul islam and a dar ul harb, and for the good of humanity,and muslims alike, it is better to live apart in respective our respective worlds.

    Muslim nations, left to their own devices, unable to export their excess population, an ever deteriorating infrastructure, increasing poverty and diminishing military power, will have no alternative but to reform islam. And even if they do not, they will not be a menace to the safety and security of the rest of the world, for the simple reason that they will not have access to harvest infidel lives, or the ability do so.

    Separation leaves hope for the future for everybody. Islam will collapse quite quickly in historic terms if it is unable to expand (that is after all its main reason), and thus release the 1 billion souls in its enslavement.

    Politically impossible at the moment? – Yes, but events are moving in that direction. There are precedents in recent history, where exchanges of populations were considered the only way to secure a reasonably peaceful outcome.

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