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Behold, the fruits of liberalism - muslims and the west
« on: March 03, 2014, 06:19:30 AM »
Behold, The Fruits Of Liberalism – Muslims And The West

By Dave the Sage on March 2, 2014   

What idiots Westerners are for letting Muslims in by the millions. The culture and tradition of Islam has no place in it for Democratic institutions, liberty, and the traditional culture of others. True Islam only provides three alternatives for all those it comes into contact with; conversion, submission, or death. Western Civilization continues to slit its own throat and has no one to blame for it but itself. When will people learn?

Conservatives have been warning about the foolish policies both here and abroad that lead to certain types of events, but the cries of the Paul Revere’s of the modern age are not heeded. It’s easy to laugh at and mock the silliness and lack of logic that our “Progressive” friends spout, but in practice the ideology they preach leaves a path of doom, death, and destruction that undermines the very foundational pillars of Western Civilization, logic, and common sense.

For example, last summer in London, a brave and committed soldier was massacred on a public street as passerbys gawked and even conversed with his blood-splattered killers while Sweden experienced several nights of riots by Muslims. “Multiculturalism” and “diversity” are fun little words to banter around and are a part and parcel of the liberal agenda, but rarely do they bring forth the promised fruits of a utopian society. In fact, far too often it delivers nothing but blood, death, strife, discord, and societal fragmentation.

The reality is far darker than any like to admit. Of course, not every Muslim is a threat, and not every threat comes from a Muslim. But the religion itself was born in a flood of blood and conquest by the sword against all “infidels.” Such beliefs are as much at the heart of the religion as “love your neighbor as yourself” and the Ten Commandments are to Christianity. Islam has waged unceasing war against the West since its founding in the seventh century and it continues to this day.

Such incidents as this, or our own Boston marathon bombing for that matter, are not mere isolated incidents but part of a vast pattern of attacks on the West and its institutions. They are a recurring theme that we see time and time again and occur by the hundreds every year. To purposefully and willfully introduce these elements into Western countries and societies is a dramatic betrayal by liberals of their own people, culture, and nation. And we are not talking about the introduction of potentially dangerous and radical elements into Western society in small numbers, but by the millions. It is amazingly irresponsible, dangerous, and increasingly catastrophic to entire Peoples and continents. At what point will the West say “enough is enough” and stop such foolishness? Or is it too late already?

Only in small numbers have the followers of teachings of Mohammad shown themselves willing to assimilate into other cultures. Normally, the urge to subvert the dominate culture and substitute their own sharia laws and code of conduct is paramount, especially if they are present in large numbers. It causes endless friction and sometimes outright violence against the same people who, in their foolishness, offered up the hospitality of their society to them in the first place.

It is the stated goal and policy of liberalism to flood the West with such as these.

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