Judy sent me an article yesterday posted at CNN written by Steven Kull about his theory and his new book (Feeling Betrayed: the roots of Muslim anger toward America) about why Muslims hate America so much (no doubt released just in time for the tenth anniversary of 9/11). The upshot of course is that we have to let Muslims be Muslims wherever they are (and wherever they want to be!)—or they will be angry with us (as they still are!). So, what else is new in the history of the world? Read the CNN article that just drips with an appeasement message.
Then read Daniel Greenfield (Hat tip: Gary) and see that letting Muslims be Muslims means colonialism. Greenfield begins with a discussion about how Arab Muslims (rebel “freedom” fighters) are now persecuting black Africans (presumably also Muslims but some Christians as well) which I reported here a couple of days ago.
[Dear critics: before you jump in and say it was all our fault for colonizing their countries, I will be the first to say—let’s just get out of the Arab world and let them sink or swim on their own. Frankly, it’s the Left now and Obama that are the aggressors in Africa.]
When you read these two pieces, you will immediately be struck by the contrast between authors Kull and Greenfield on how we should look at the Muslim “problem.”
As always every paragraph of Greenfield’s writing is memorable and worth repeating, but here are a couple of good points. You will have to go here and read the rest of ‘Remembering Muslim colonialism on September 11.’
From Asia to Africa to the Middle East, the story remains the same. Muslim colonialism destroys the histories, the cultures and the lives of millions– and the world nods sympathetically. Resistance to Muslim colonialism is harshly quashed, whether it’s in Cote d’Ivoire in Africa, courtesy of the UN and the IMF, or the streets of London where the bobbies who couldn’t do much about the rioters are always available to shut down protest marches that might offend Muslims.
The Ground Zero Mosque is no different than the Al-Aqsa Mosque built on top of the holiest site in Judaism, or the Babri Mosque built on top of the destroyed Hindu temple of Rama. And the attacks of September 11 were no different than the piles of butchered Africans in Sudan or the Israeli family slaughter in their own home. All of them are the bloody toll of Muslim colonialism which will keep on going until it is stopped.
Muslim colonialism will only be stopped when we confront it for what it is, the brutal spree of an ideology that claims supremacy through religion, which whines incessantly even as it butchers leaving a trail of corpses across continents, subjugated cultures, burning cars, destroyed memorials and shattered lives.
We must resist!
Standing up to Muslim colonialism is not done on just a single day by a single people, it is up to everyone on every single continent, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Zoroastrians, Atheists and even those Muslims who know that things have to change, to stand up in resistance. It is up to us to deny the lie that the lives of Muslims, their political aspirations and their power is worth more than ours. [Here, it is almost as if Greenfield is responding directly to Kull.]
It is up to us to write, to speak out, to protest and to tell the truth about over a thousand years of terror and the story of our ancestors of every religion and race who resisted them, who struck a blow against Muslim colonialism, whether it was by fighting, by teaching the next generation or by simply surviving. By continuing their resistance, we honor them and their sacrifices.
History repeats itself—believe it!
They hate us because we stand in their way.