“They sought to bury us, but they did not know that we are seeds.” - unknown
WASHINGTON, January 9, 2015 — Islam is an ideology rooted in Biblical times. Muslims believe that they are the descendants of Ishmael, the son of Abraham’s concubine, Hagar. When Abraham’s lawful wife Sarah became pregnant with Isaac, the stage was set for conflict through the ages. Isaac became the favored “child of promise,” while Ishmael was not included in God’s covenant with Abraham.
For millennia, this festering resentment over birthright has grown and metastasized into a cult of lies, deceit and murder, intent on domination.
Around 610 AD, the prophet Muhammad formulated the ideas of Islam. He saw that there needed to be an anchor for these beliefs, just as the Bible had been for Jews and Christians. Muhammad claimed that the Koran was dictated to him directly from the mouth of an angel.
All dissent, criticism and resistance must be stamped out in the name of Islam.
In it’s present form, extreme Islam supports mass murder, beastiality, pedophilia and violent suppression of women. There is no current definition of “religion” that would apply to those activities. To call it a cult is the only logical course.
In Paris on January 7, 2015, terrorists entered the premises of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical publication that takes on the improprieties of the famous and the powerful. For insulting Islam, twelve people were murdered that day by two men with AK-47s.
After the attack, Salman Rushdie said,
“I stand with Charlie Hebdo, as we all must, to defend the art of satire, which has always been a force for liberty and against tyranny, dishonesty and stupidity.”
We cannot allow attacks by zealots to silence us. The ability to express ideas, whether popular or not is the essence of a free society.
It is now time for our leaders to confront head-on this oppressive ideology and cut it out like the cancer it has become. They have declared war on free men and to insure future liberty for the world, we must respond with massive force to destroy them.
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