Three particularly vile Jihadi vermin are, according to British and American sources, planning on entering the border of America to speak at a protest in front of the White House on Tuesday, March 3, 2011. They are Anjem Choudary, Abu Izzadeen, and Sayful Islam and the organizers of the event are the Muslim Extremist group, the Islamic Thinkers Society.
Choudary, ever the jabbering pig-fucker, has described the protest as, “a rally, a call for the Sharia, a call for the Muslims to rise up and establish the Islamic state in America.”
Given their track records – and criminal records – there’s some doubt as to whether any or all of them will actually be allowed within our borders. If they do manage to enter America however, American patriots must give them exactly the reception that they deserve.
And, if the consciences of any Americans demand these vermin’s exterminations as that reception, what loyal American who truly loves this country and understands in their soul that it’s each and every citizen’s solemn and nigh on holy duty to provide for the common defense of the nation and their families find moral fault with those Americans’ actions?
Truly, how could one find moral fault with this, even though it would be patently illegal? After all, what is morally right and what is currently legal are often not the same thing, as our nation’s history has shown us time and time again.
Think About It Objectively
Leaving aside the possibly that our government would let these foreign enemies into our country willingly for one reason or another, they might actually be constrained to do so in, at least, Choudary’s case because of how our laws are written – and such constraints upon the government are needed to protect American’s liberty and rights.
But rights always come with responsibilities. Since we have needfully constrained our government in some ways, if we are to avoid those constraints being a “suicide note,” is it not required in extremis that the citizenry do what must be done to defend the nation even at the expense of their blood and treasure and even if that defense violates the law?
I would certainly find no intrinsic moral fault in such actions and, frankly, defy any American – except those very few pacifists who feel that lethal force is always immoral – to do so.