Muslim sign

Individual Muslims may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world.~ Winston Churchill

Samuel Huntington wrote, "Islam's borders are bloody and so are its innards.The fundamental problem for the West is not Islamic fundamentalism. It is Islam, a different civilisation whose people are convinced of the superiority of their culture and are obsessed with the inferiority of their power.” This recognition was recently borne out in the attack of an Islamic suicide bomber on an Ariana Grande concert. Miss Grande’s fan base is preadolescent girls, a fact most certainly known to evil filth who strapped on a backpack filled with nails and screws and blew himself up for Allah. As if on cue, normal people were treated to apologists whining about“Islamophobia” and worrying about a backlash that never follows these attacks.

What is it with these people? There is no question that virtue-signaling wins them kudos among the equally addleheaded, but it seems they are utterly incapable of focusing on anything other than their feelings, even when dozens of little girls are dead or wounded. After each terrorist attack, they mew about praying for the victims, then immediately loudly warn of thugs roving the streets looking for innocent Muslims to persecute. What will it take for these people to connect with the reality that the West has imported tens of thousands of people whose culture is completely foreign to our own, who do not recognize basic human rights, and whose prophet demands we are subjugated or killed? If their own children were murdered at the hands of Islamic terrorists, these people would whimper “not all Muslims.”

Islam apologists are quick to point out that the Muslim who plotted against children was“homegrown,” as his parents immigrated to England. Three of the four London subway attackers were also second-generation“Brits” (a misuse of the term, given that being born in Britain makes someone of Arabic descent no more British than I would be Iraqi if I were born in Baghdad). Rather than supporting the notion that the problem is not Islam, this actually demonstrates a fact that should alarm every Westerner: Muslims who grow up in Western countries seem more, not less, likely to embrace the ideas of jihad, caliphate, and destruction/subjugation of the West.

Through it all, no matter the atrocity, politicians and media are blithely unconcerned that importing those whose beliefs are completely counter to our own is at the heart of this destruction. Instead, they cry for the cameras, hold vigils, and wag their figures at anyone who has the temerity to say that perhaps there is a problem with Islam.When public figures say these terrorist attacks "won't change us," what they mean is that absolutely nothing meaningful will be done to prevent them in the future. Is there nothing that will stir us into defending the West? When terrorists attack a school in America—and they will—will our response be to dash down to the candle store for yet another meaningless gesture, all the while bleating about "Islamophobia?" Make no mistake, they do not fear us. They have no reason to. The real question—the answer of which is at the heart of our survival—is, will we ever give them reason to?

~Shyla Lefever