It's Time To Stop Making Excuses For Muslims
Muslims, radical or otherwise, have not only once again murdered an innocent American, but once again they have shed the blood on American soil. And true to their ghastly form, they paraded the body of our slain countryman around ceremoniously.[quote style=”boxed” float=”right”]It is my opinion that it’s long past time for their barbaric behavior to be met with a response that helps them see the error of their ways. They do not respect talk or threats, which explains why they have lived under the brutal despotism of a made-up prophet for centuries.[/quote] Instead of condemning them and their actions, the Obama administration excused their evil act by apologizing for a movie that accurately depicted their so-called prophet.
It’s time to stop making excuses and inventing ways to overlook abhorrent behavior. Speaking in Cairo on June 4, 2009, Obama said: “America and Islam are not exclusive and need not be in competition. Instead, they overlap, and share common principles of justice and progress, tolerance and the dignity of all human beings.”
This is a family page so I’ll respond to Obama’s comment by saying that his words were the equivalent to that which bulls deposit in fields. America shares nothing with Islam nor the heathens who murdered U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and others.
The Islamic principles of justice are beheadings and stoning people to death for Muslims who dare convert to Christianity–and/or for women who are accused of infidelity. Muslim principles of progress are encompassed in Sharia Law. Their principles of tolerance were and are on full display to the world as they beheaded Danny Pearl and murdered Christopher Stevens. And their principles of “dignity of all human beings” are exampled in their throwing acid in the faces of women.
I’m not sure which of his medications Obama may have forgotten to take that day in Cairo, but telling lies about a ruthless group of mongrels back then–and apologizing and genuflecting to excuse their barbarism yesterday doesn’t make these Muslims civilized, and it certainly doesn’t welcome them into modernity.
How long can America and the world make excuses for their barbarism? You don’t house-train a dog by pretending it didn’t mess on the floor, and shouting “bad dog” at it does nothing but eventually make you hoarse. I submit the same analogy is applicable to these Muslims.
It is my opinion that it’s long past time for their barbaric behavior to be met with a response that helps them see the error of their ways. They do not respect talk or threats, which explains why they have lived under the brutal despotism of a made-up prophet for centuries.
For those Muslims who claim to not be in accord with those known as “radicals” I also have a suggestion–prove it. Let them prove it by divorcing themselves from the others. Let them separate and start a truly civilized religion–let them experience a reformation like other religions have.
Obama can apologize for a movie that presents the truth about Mohammed, but that won’t protect America or her people. We’ve tried that.
I don’t apologize for not writing the politically correct rhetoric and lies of the media and those who want us to believe that if we are nice long enough, these people will wake up one morning and have an epiphany that America isn’t their enemy. I want them to go to bed and wake up each morning knowing that a worse-than-terrible fate awaits them the moment they even attempt to commit an act of hostility toward our people or any of our interests.
We’ve tried the politicians’ way of doing things; I say it’s about time we give them a dose of their own reality. Or should I pretend that 9/11, Fort Hood, the USS Cole, and countless other acts of heathen, Muslim barbarism haven’t taken place?
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here