Muslims Should Look In The Mirror Before Crying Foul
The criminally insane carry said assignation because, they are criminals and they are insane. And I am prepared to say that there are no better examples of criminals being insane, than the wild-eyed crazies who are threatening violence and calling the alleged murders by an American military person: “inhumane, an assassination of innocent civilians that cannot be forgiven” and of course vowing vengeance.
What our military person allegedly did is tragic, but you’ll forgive me if I’m not exactly overwhelmed with grief for those who are now crying foul and threatening violence against Americans. Keep in mind that it was their animalistic, hate-filled, murderous behavior that led to our being there to start with. George W. Bush didn’t just get up one morning and decide he had nothing better to do than launch a war, contrary to the opinion of some.
These crazed Muslims have shorter memory spans than Democrats. They forget that it was Muslims in the name their murderous leader that attempted to murder Americans in 1993, when they made their first attempt to blow up the World Trade Towers. Then of course they succeeded. Need we discuss how we should feel watching them play catch with the severed head of Danny Pearle? What about Nadal Hassan who murdered and wounded 40 men and women at Fort Hood. What about the terror attacks by Muslims on our military bases in Arkansas and New Jersey? What about the the Beltway Snipers, who randomly murdered innocent people by firing from the trunk of a car – terrorizing three states in the interim? What about Muslim attacks in Israel, Australia, Malaysia, London, Ethiopia, and the number of their attempted attacks elsewhere?
I have no sympathy for them, I do have sympathy for the soldier who cracked under the pressure of having seen his friends and comrades murdered by heathens he was there to help. I care about the great number of Muslims in my country who are here with bad intentions, (and some would argue that includes Obama, but I digress).
There is no way under the sun that I or we, should condone and/or applaud what this soldier will be charged with doing, none whatsoever. But, with that said, the criminally insane Muslims need to take a good look in the mirror, before the reflexively condemn and promise violence. They promised violence before that soldier cracked and they have carried out atrocities on a worldwide scale since the dawn of time. And, it goes without saying that had he been a criminally insane Muslim carrying out said acts on Americans they would applaud him and his actions.
As for Obama, my suggestions have been and remain – he should apologize to America for what he is doing here and for the way his wife is using her position to spend her way to a better opinion of herself. He needs to apologize to America for his involvement in Fast and Furious, and for telling Congress not to make speeches condemning Hassan after his terrorist attack at Fort Hood.
There are a lot of things Obama needs to apologize for, but genuflecting in the way he is doing, is not a sign of strength nor is it an act that brings solace to those who lost family aboard the Lockerbie Pan Am Flight 93 or on September 11, 2001. Obama needs to apologize for being instrumental in the release of al-Megrahi under a shroud of deceit and lies. And he needs to apologize to the families of those who lost loved ones on 9/11 for supporting the building of a mosque on the sight. He might also consider apologizing for not demanding Eric Holder and his Justice Department apologize and finally bring charges against the New Black Panther Party members who intimated voters in Philadelphia.
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