Widows And Orphans

Yes, we do fear Muslim widows and orphansMuslim Widows And Orphans

Also, let me point out that both the widow and the orphan shown above are Palestinians, parts of Hamas in the West Back. In other words, they’re both “good” Muslim terrorists and hold a special place in the hearts of Liberals and Progressives. Now picture what ISIS will do and how far they’ll go for their false God.

Does the above that I or any American believe that all, or even a majority, of those Muslim widows and orphans will turn out to be terrorist jihadi? No! Statistics from both government and NGO sources say that, if we let 10,000 of them into America, only 2000 will be supportive of Muslim Terrorism, and only 200 will actually “radicalize” and commit terrorist acts in the names of Allah and his Pedophile Prophet.

Of course, much like serial killers, we can’t tell which ones of those widows and orphans are a danger by looking at them…

Related Reading:

Morocco: The Islamist Awakening and Other Challenges
The Gift of Fear and Other Survival Signals that Protect Us From Violence
Reclaiming Joy: A Primer for Widows
Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue, and Unthinkable Choices
The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War

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Flagging Equivalency

Within America’s borders certain sorts hate the Flag of the Confederacy and others love it. Both groups, however, seem to have little true understanding of it or its symbolism. Instead, they project their own feelings upon it.

Liberals, Progressives, and the ever-angry Blacks claim the Flag of the Confederacy is about nothing but hate and racism. Southerners claim it’s all about history and heritage. Insofar as I can see – and I’m a born and raised Southerner – both groups fail to truly understand. The Flag of the Confederacy of the Confederacy is called the Rebel Flag for a reason.

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Real Equivalency In Flags
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There truly is a direct equivalency between the Confederate Flag, the Republic of Ireland’s flag, and the flag of the Palestinians. All are “rebel flags” and all represent people and forces that engaged in violent rebellion, though, fortunately for Americans, only the last two can be truly linked to ongoing terrorism and insurrection.

Remember, “The South Shall Rise Again” are not merely empty words anymore than “Sinn Féin,” or “Palestine!” are merely empty words. Those words are the motto, mantra, and promise of people’s who want to determine for themselves how live and govern the lands that they claim as being their own.

Related Reading:

Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS
Insurrection: Witch of Endor (Nevermore/Witch of Endor Nevermore/Witch of Endor)
Palestine on a Plate: Memories from My Mother's Kitchen
Hamas Contained: The Rise and Pacification of Palestinian Resistance (Stanford Studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic Societies and Cultures)
Terrorism: A History (Themes in History)

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You Have To Believe

Much of life and almost all of geopolitics and diplomacy is based upon faith. The actors involved has to believe that others will hold at least somewhat true to their word. The question, sometimes an existential question, is how much can one rationally believe.

Which is easier to believe in, the truthfulness of the raghead ayatollas or the Easter Bunny
Which Is Easier To Believe In?

Well, which is easier to believe in, that the Ayatollahs ruling Iran will allow their semi-secular puppet government that we’re negotiating a nuclear deal with to abide by their word to “The Great Satan” or the Easter Bunny?

Of course, Obama says, “If Iran cheats, the world will know it.” In this, I think the boy is right though, himself, less than truthful through misdirection and omission.

Tel Aviv Being Nuked
If Iran Cheats, The World Will Know It

Yeah, If Iran cheats, the world will know it…when Hamas, Hezbollah, or some other Iranian proxy detonates a nuclear weapon in Tel Aviv. And that, Ladies, Gentleman, and any of you Libtards who might be reading this, is far, far easier to believe in than either the Ayatollahs’ honor or the Easter Bunny.

Related Reading:

Faith: A Novel
The Meaning of Belief: Religion from an Atheist’s Point of View
Tel Aviv: The White City (English and German Edition)
Inside a U.S. Embassy: Diplomacy at Work, The Essential Guide to the Foreign Service
The Case for U.S. Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century

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