Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Something rotten in Denmark (and here)

File this under creeping Sharia.  No, make that galloping Sharia.  For those who care to see, the Islamic invasion of the West is gaining momentum on a daily basis.  Saudi Arabia has funded about 1,000- mosques in America.  CAIR, the Muslim Brotherhood front in America is still a major influence on the government.  Lone wolf jihadi make the news on a weekly basis.  Our prison systems are a hot bed of Islamist recruitment. The military bends over backwards (at the orders of POTUS) not to insult the very people who are attacking us.  And overarching all is the governments refusal to see or act against the domestic Muslim threat.

Wake the F up and stop the invasion while it is still manageable.

Read what Frank Gaffney hs to say:


Something rotten in Denmark (and here)

By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.

Surprisingly, on net, last week was not a good one for the Free World.  Despite the signal accomplishment of liquidating Osama bin Laden, Western civilization suffered serious reverses on several fronts.

What these reverses all have in common is a deference to the doctrine our enemies' call "shariah," in a manner they perceive to be acts of "submission." Such behavior is exceedingly dangerous, as it invites our foes to redouble their efforts to make us, in the words of the Koran, "feel subdued."

For instance, consider the aftermath of SEAL Team 6's extraordinary take-down of bin Laden.  What ensued was nothing less than a debacle as President Obama's political appointees kept changing their accounts of what had happened.  As one wag put it, "Osama bin Laden died and we got 72 versions."

The subtext was of an administration effort desperately trying not to give offense to our adversaries.  Yet, they and our friends could only have felt reaffirmed in their already dim view of what passes for American leadership under Mr. Obama.

Then, there was the unctuous effort to dispose of bin Laden's body in strict "conformance to Islamic practice."  The fastidious cleansing and wrapping of the body, the 40-minute ceremony and the burial at sea conjure up images of an America treating one of its most psychopathic enemies as a legitimate, even revered figure. Islam scholar Andrew Bostom raises the question whether such rites actually included shariah-conforming denunciations of Christians and Jews?  Either way, this exercise was a pathetic act of appeasement.

Next, the President announced that he had decided not to release the dead jihadist's photo.  As with the handling of bin Laden's burial, the justification given was concern that the picture's dissemination would only inspire more violence against us and our forces overseas.  The truth of the matter is that the more we signal our fear of the violence of shariah-adherent Muslims, the more certain it is to be visited upon us.

Article continues HERE.