Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Islam or "Islamism" the difference between Liberty and death

"Give me shari'a, or give me death"? "Forbid it, Almighty God!"
We know what course Mr. Henry would take.

Islam forbids anything critical of the genocidal pedophile Muhammad, even if it's true. When non-Muslims refuse to state plainly that Muslims' killing, maiming, and raping in Allah's name is Just Plain Islam, when they try to distinguish falsely between true, historical, Qur'anic, Islam-the-way-Muhammad-intended Islam and a fiction like "Islamism," they're implying that Islamic supremacism and violence in service to it are merely aberrations carried out by "extremists highjacking a great world religion of peace" (Thank you, President Bush).

In fact, McCarthy, et al. are self-imposing Islamic law. More importantly, they're aiding its establishment over the rest of us.

You can't defeat an enemy you cannot name, and you can't survive an enemy you let in the gates. A genocidal, pedophilic, totalitarian ideology by any other name is just as odious.

Two cents on the Spencer vs. McCarthy debate over misdefining Islam:
The problem with non-Muslims' putting all their hopes for avoiding the inevitable Armageddon with Islam in some sort of "reformation" is that the success of the Protestant one -- Luther's, at least -- was in pointing the Church back to the Word of God, which leads to truth, the forgiveness of sins, and freedom.

Attention paid to Islam's core texts is exactly what the non-Muslim world and Muslim apostates, women, and little girls (and boys) don't need. Muslims pointing to Islam's "sacred" texts are directing their coreligionists to "kill the pagans wherever you find them . . . Fight . . . the People of the Book until they pay the jizya with willing submission and feel themselves subdued . . . [Paradise] belongs to those who slay and are slain [fighting in Allah's cause]" (Qur'an 9).

To Andy McCarthy and the rest of you alleged Islamorealists: Don't wish for an Islamic reformation. You're already in one.

American ideals for an ideal America: An American Reformation

[DRAFT]

Our Founding Fathers declared that we believe that the Christian God gives to all certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. They created a Constitution to protect our rights from enemies foreign and domestic, including our elected officials.

We, the American people, have allowed them to violate those laws with impunity. It is time for an American Reformation.

Following are propositions which, if enacted, would restore, preserve, and enhance American independence and prosperity for all.

Acknowledge publicly that the United States federal government has, over the last century, ignored, violated, and debased the United States Constitution bequeathed to us by our forefathers and apologize to We the People.

End all government agencies/bureaucracies existing in violation of the Constitution.

End all illegal immigration. Expel all illegal immigrants. Secure the borders.

Declare publicly that shari'a is genocidally-incompatible with the American Bill of Rights and Western Civilization's concepts of freedom of speech, religion, and conscience, and all propaganda, apologies, incitement, and infrastructure in support of it is illegal.

End all individual, corporate, and international welfare, including to the United Nations.

Abolish the Federal Reserve. Allow free market forces -- individuals acting in their own best interest according to their best judgment, knowledge, skill, and effort -- to encourage and reward prudence, hard work, and savings.

Return to a Gold Standard to preserve what is left of the value of the U.S. dollar.

All members of Congress shall be term-limited.

No member of Congress shall receive any sort of retirement benefits upon the end of their term(s).

While in office, Congress shall submit to all mandates imposed on the American people.

Congressmen can receive a stipend (tied to the average private sector wage at the time of their election, or some other equitable, conscientiousness-inducing amount), but shall receive no taxpayer dollars for travel, celebrations, dining expenses, petty cash, or slush funds.

The federal budget must be balanced.

No deficit spending.

No bill proposed in Congress (or law when ratified) shall be longer than 500 words.

All bills, negotiations, deliberations of Congress will be live-streamed, archived, and transcripted and posted online for all to view in perpetuity.

All presidential executive orders shall be limited to the same requirements Congressional laws.

End Eminent Domain.