And we find this at Amil Imani's terrific beacon of freedom with the contribution of a comment by Dianor:
All of those under the general umbrella of the worldwide leftist movement including Islam have certain things in common. Modern civilization was created by only one entity, the West, which was marked by a devotion to Christianity and capitalism, the Biblical economic model. The conflict between the left and the West and Islam and the west can be summed up as the left saying 'I want what you (the West) have, but I'm not willing to pay the price to get it'. All of these leftists see the remarkable things that we have, not realizing that it took centuries to develop and acquire. The so called 'poor' in our own nation exist because of the lack of morality (religious values engendering hard work, honesty and thrift), education and the use of drugs and alcohol. Third worlders including muslims see the marvelous things that Western nations have but they in turn have few or no social structures in place to replicate what we have.
Many thoughtful people have been busy sounding this alarm and many of us sense and hope that the tide of recognition is finally turning, that the cloak of deception is peeling back, while just as many on the Left and the Right both work to deflect the obvious, drunk and misinformed as they are by the perfumed taunts of multiculturism. As well-placed Islamists lie, cheat, murder in the name of their ideology, we must ask ourselves why we should continue call Islam a religion since denial of the truth is a cornerstone of its perpetual da'wa in a concentrated and centuries-honed effort to infiltrate for the sole purpose of destroying or conquering the West by any means necessary. The West need not fight a religious war. But we need to resist Islam with every fiber of our coat of many colors.
Our ancestors have fought Naziism and Communism. Now both are back, cloaked allies in arms, masked and anonymous plotting destruction and death in the form this racist Islamic beast and the Leftist radicals whose names are legion.
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