What Not To Tweet If You're Muslim
In the aftermath of the cowardly attack carried out in France by Muslims, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) posted a tweet on Twitter that said, “We must remember #TerrorismHasNoReligion.”
I don’t need to recount the terrorist attacks taking place worldwide for multiple-millennia in the name of Allah by Muslim adherents to same to denounce CAIR’s Tweet as fallacious. In fact one must consider if CAIR was winking as they tweeted such a lie.
CAIR followed that lie by later calling the attacks “savage and despicable.” They continued with: “These savage attacks on civilians, whether they occur in Paris, Beirut or any other city, are outrageous and without justification. We condemn these horrific crimes in the strongest terms possible. Our thoughts and prayers are with the loved ones of those killed and injured and with all France. The perpetrators of these heinous attacks must be apprehended and brought to justice.” You will forgive my cynicism if I say it is unclear to me if CAIR is referencing the French police/military as perpetrators or the swine who actually committed the unprovoked atrocity. (Sarcasm intended)
The Muslim Council of Britain issued a statement also calling the attacks “horrific and abhorrent.” They said: “This attack is being claimed by the group calling themselves ‘Islamic State.’ There is nothing Islamic about such people and their actions are evil, and outside the boundaries set by our faith.”
Maybe it’s just me, but from my vantage point it appears that the Islamic State didn’t get that memo. And based on past history it appears that Muslim rabble-rousers and terrorists spanning millennia weren’t aware of that memo either and that includes Muhammad.
The grievous and unprovoked attacks in France were carried out by those who profess Islam as their religion – and they were carried out in the name of their false god. For CAIR to say such acts are not religion-based is as offensive as the attacks were evil.
I view the statements as thinly veiled attempts to avoid public retribution. The Paris attacks were no less egregious and evil then any of the countless other unprovoked attacks and vengeful atrocities committed under the banner of Islam. Why didn’t these groups condemn them?
The answer is that combined with the slaughter of Christians by these people, and the forced acceptance of so-called refugees, CAIR, et al, didn’t have to wet their finger and stick it in the air to figure out that winds of “this is the final straw” were blowing in their direction.
If these groups were serious in their condemnation of the attacks in France they would not try to shield themselves by ridiculously claiming their terrorism has no religion. If they were serious in their condemnation of the attacks they would admit it was time for serious reformation within their cult religion.
But instead they try to deflect blame. That is not the behavior of those who condemn the acts of the adherents to their cult. These same people wouldn’t be threatening and condemning those like Pamela Geller and others who are exposing them for what they really are.
I add to that if as they want us to believe, the attacks in France were condemnable, what was their attack on the World Trade Towers in New York? I would also ask if they view such attacks as condemnable, why did they protest and seek legal redress in their efforts to build a mosque on the very site of that unprovoked murderous attack?
I’m not interested in crocodile tears; I am only interested in ending the malevolent, sub-human behavior of Muslims worldwide by any means necessary.
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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