Friday, July 1, 2016

Muslim Madness

When Trump called for all Muslims to leave the country he was not completely wrong.  I say not completely wrong because there are a few issues that need to be addressed when making a blanket statement and the removal of all Muslims. One issue is in the presumption of guilt by association and this leads to the question: are all Muslims responsible for the terror of the extremists?

A few weeks ago a survey done by The Center for Security Policy released a poll  asking American Muslims if they wanted to live under Shariah law and 51% of those surveyed answered that they would prefer to live under Sharia rather than the constitutional laws of America.  51% is a majority, leaving me to believe that most Muslims want to fundamentally change the constitutional mandate toward religious freedoms by imposing Sharia law on the rest of us.  In addition to the 51%, a full 25% of those polled agreed that “violence against Americans here in the United States can be justified as part of the global jihad.”

Lest you wonder about the effects of our religious freedoms, if and when that was to transpire, we must consider the tenants of Muslim law within Shariah and understand the exclusivity imposed by those rules and beliefs.  There are anywhere from 3 million to 7 million Muslims living in this country with 77% of those being citizens of this country.  That equates to anywhere from 2 million to 5 million Muslims or 1 million to 2.5 million who want Sharia law.  Anyway you look at it that’s a lot of radicals roaming our streets waiting to be called to Jihad.   These are the American Muslims, citizens who have taken the oath to defend our country, our laws and our constitution.   

The Koran is very explicit about that exclusivity and how to treat the infidels who do not believe.  The holiest book of Islam (61% of which is about non-Muslims) draws the sharpest of distinctions between Muslims (the best of people, 3:110) and non-believers (the worst of creatures, 98:6).  Praise is lavished on the former while the latter is condemned with scorching generalization.   (http://thereligionofpeace.com/pages/articles/quran-hate.aspx) The religion of Islam purports peace but fails to follow through with the foundational aspects that are required to establish peace for those who are non-believers.  

There are verses that espouse peace and goodwill toward those who are not Muslim but the alternate verses that spell out condemnation toward all who are not Muslim are numerous and clear leaving very little doubt regarding the true intentions and ultimate goal of Islam.

Peace is an easy proposition when one party has ultimate control.  Peace is simply a matter of force over those who would alter the paradigm that is required for universal religious freedom.  Islam and many Muslims, 51% want to limit our choice of religion by mandating Sharia oversight with the complete understanding that within that oversight is the exclusionary process toward singularity, their way only.

Here are a few examples, there are many more:
Allah is an enemy to unbelievers. - Sura 2:98
On unbelievers is the curse of Allah. - Sura 2:161
Slay them wherever ye find them and drive them out of the places whence they drove you out, for persecution is worse than slaughter. - 2:191
Fight against them until idolatry is no more and Allah's religion reigns supreme. (different translation: ) Fight them until there is no persecution and the religion is God's entirely. - Sura 2:193 and 8:39
Fighting is obligatory for you, much as you dislike it. - 2:216
(different translation: ) Prescribed for you is fighting, though it is hateful to you.
..... Martyrs.... Enter heaven - Surah 3:140-43
If you should die or be killed in the cause of Allah, His mercy and forgiveness would surely be better than all the riches they amass. If you should die or be killed, before Him you shall all be gathered. - 3:157-8
You must not think that those who were slain in the cause of Allah are dead. They are alive, and well-provided for by their Lord. - Surah 3:169-71
Let those fight in the cause of God who sell the life of this world for the hereafter. To him who fights in the cause of God, whether he is slain or victorious, soon we shall give him a great reward. - Surah 4:74


Further evidence of that singularity is found throughout the Koran and in its precepts of how to deal with the infidel.  It is OK to lie to an infidel, kill an infidel and enslave those who do not believe but it’s not OK to allow them to believe how, when and what they may, as is required to sustain a country with religious freedom.

When Trump calls for all Muslims to leave the country he is right if he was referring to those 51%.  For the 49% of American Muslims who are law abiding (constitutionally) and Americans first, Trump is wrong to call for them to leave.  They are Americans and have the same Due Process afforded all Americans.  The problem is, do the American Muslims who fall within the 51% and have a desire for religious freedom within Sharia infringe upon our rights to religious freedom?  Taken to its logical conclusion if we allowed them to pursue their beliefs we would be doing so at the exclusion of our own and that does not fit within the parameters of “freedom of religion”. 

There is no place for Sharia in America or within any country that espouses freedom of religion.  There is no place for those who believe in Shariah within America and they should be banned from establishing citizenship and residencies.  Remember Sharia demands control over the infidel and anyone who is not Muslim is considered an infidel, that mean all Christians, all Jews, all Sikh, Buddhists and Shinto, in fact it excludes all other religions as infidel and would convert or remove all who do not believe or succumb.

Trump was right.  I’m not totally convinced that he thought the entire process through but his overall premise is correct even if his reasoning was not.  His instinct about many of the Muslims in America is correct and I suspect his instincts about a lot of things will be found to be correct as well.   

I want to be clear about the process of protecting our land and our freedoms from those that would take it away.  This is not an appeal for internment, which was cruel and unnecessary with the law abiding Japanese.  This is not a call for mass extraction but a simple voice of question and comment about the realities of what our current administration is supporting.  They are looking toward a mass approval of hundreds of thousands of Muslims immigrating to our country without a shred of evidence that those that arrive are not Sharia prone.  They are promising us that for humanity we must help.  We can help just don’t let them in.

Our government currently does not keep statistics regarding the religion of those who immigrate to the U.S.; perhaps it’s time we asked.

For those that are already here we need to double or triple our efforts to identify and exclude those that would do us harm.  We need to develop strict policies of investigation based on the majority of those that believe in Sharia and protect our interests, removing those that do not have our best interests at heart with those that are not citizens being targeted first. 

We need to allow the FBI and local agencies to follow through with their investigations and remove those threats from our shores.  This is no longer a political issue, it is an invasion and we need to act accordingly.  We are at war and that war is within our borders.  This is no longer a threat that can be ignored or excused away.  If we do nothing there will be sever consequences to our freedoms and our sovereignty.


The solution is simple; at least it is in my mind.  It’s the execution of that solution that is much more complex.  Our freedoms are at stake and we must step up our game in order to maintain our way of life and our right to worship freely.  If we do nothing or do very little we will loose this war and Sharia will be our only choice.