February 20, 2015

A link between Islam and terror? Obama and Mulcair still aren't sure

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

Thomas Mulcair says PM Harper's anti-terror efforts unfairly target Muslims.

So why is the NDP leader also calling for "faith outreach" to stop "violent extremism" at exactly the same time?

Mulcair sounds a lot like Obama on this issue, and Brian Lilley says this kind of double-talk on a matter of life and death is a dangerous thing.

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commented 2015-02-23 14:15:13 -0500
Eileen McRae you, like Uncle Tom and the Uncle Tom Muslim in the White House, are wrong.
It is not possible to separate ‘moderate’ Islam from extremist Islam. But don’t take my word here is Turkish PM Erdogan;
“The Term “Moderate Islam” Is Ugly And Offensive; There Is No Moderate Islam; Islam Is Islam”
Ask yourself who were the ‘moderate’ Nazis?
Many ‘moderate’ Germans had no option but to became party members as their jobs, indeed lives, depended upon membership. Nonetheless these people were considered enablers and adherent of the Nazi Totalitarian system and subject to de-Nazification.
In the West soi-disant ‘moderates’ are NOT compelled to follow Islam. They do so voluntarily and, as such, are enablers and adherents of a Totalitarian system.
They may cite coercion via peer pressure, the penalty for apostasy and the restriction on critical thinking as an excuse. However all this does is reinforce the Totalitariian, regressive, nature of Islam and confirm why the bien-pensant progressives are, once again, appallingly wrong in their defence of this death cult and its collection of psycopaths, illiterates, and cowed devotees.
Islam and democracy are incompatible. Which one must do you support?
Choose a side, consider the other your enemy.
commented 2015-02-22 11:17:55 -0500
I agree that if the extremists and terrorists committing the atrocities around the world do NOT represent the views of Islam, then all Muslims need to be speaking out and denouncing the action of these terrorists. Silence sometimes equates complicity.