To the response from some that just because most terrorists are Muslim does not mean that all Muslims are terrorists I would say this:
Not all Germans were Nazis. Not all Japanese were militants steeped in Bushido yet the nations of the free World were forced to war against all of them innocents as well as the guilty,because of that strong, violent, vocal minority were permitted to take control and were permitted to wage a war of intolerance against all other nations.
Peace loving and tolerant(?) Muslims have a responsibility to the rest of the planet to control their strong, violent, vocal minority or risk the same fate of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan -utter destruction, shame, and in the end nuclear annihilation.
These Islamo-fascists are getting bolder and bolder. Its getting harder to separate “radical” Islamists from “non-radical” Islamists to the lay person in the West.
To all you apologists out there standing up for Islam I ask you this, what do you think will happen when that violent radical Islamist minority one day manages to unleash a suitcase nuke or bio-agent on a major city in the US or somewhere in a western country? hmm. The peaceful Muslims must speak up and speak out against the radicals or risk the world wide consequences. They must stop their secret and not so secret support of jihad and terrorist activities.
To those who say “War isn’t the answer” or “you cannot go to war directly with Terrorists since they are not nation states”, I would say this- behind every terrorist organization there is covert and overt funding coming from nation states who believe in a world wide Islamic caliphate.
The non-Islamic nations of the world should be targeting and demanding those nations who are funding these radical movements and terror organizations nations like…Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran, Syria, Pakistan, etc, to stop all the support or risk getting sanctions, and get cut off from all trade with the West to include oil.
I would argue if the west wants to end the war on terror the real enemy must be confronted head on and that means Islam and those nation states that accept its premise of world wide domination. Islam must be openly criticized and not apologized for by Western leaders. I frankly see no difference between Islam and the 20th century philosophies of Communism and its desire for world domination, or Nazism. If it means world war against a billion Muslims in the end, so be it. Fanaticism left rooted will spread its poison and grow evil. It took millions of lives lost, billions in property damage, and two atom bombs unleashed to end the last world wide threat perpetrated by fanatics. What the hell are we waiting for for?
I suggest the gloves need to come off the Western nations now and real threats made and pointed directly at the Islamic world. Call it a crusade, so what. I’ll see your Jihad and raise you one Crusade with nukes and biological weapons. We’ll see who survives.
The West needs to stand up to these bullies and their twisted notions of how to get to heaven. I know I’m sick and tired of listening to stories of Americans apologizing out of a misplaced respect for Islamic sensibilities. I’m tired of seeing Muslims cutting off Western people’s heads. I’m tired of seeing schools in America teaching about religious practices from the Koran but refusing to acknowledge the Bible’s positive influence on Western civilization and law and taking it out of the classroom. I’m tired of hearing about Christians in Muslim countries being tortured and killed for refusing to switch to Islam. I’m tired of hearing about genital mutilations of young women in Muslim countries and I’m tired of seeing Muslims blowing stuff up because someone made a cartoon character out of Mohammed.
There is no moral equivalency between Western Judeo-Christian values and Islamic values. NONE. I’m tired of hearing journalists comparing the two as if they are equal and people arguing about what Christians did in the Crusades that took place centuries ago. There is no comparison! NONE. Stop apologizing for them and their twisted evil belief systems. They are not the same. They are not equal.