Newsweek plays waterboy for the enemy

The hopelessly clueless and biased staff at Newsweek has decided that it’s time we realized that radical Islam is a fact of life and just something we have to learn to live with…


Newsweek: The ultimate dhimmis

Newsweek: The ultimate dhimmis

The whole problem is that many of us will NOT live thanks to “radical” Islam. Like the 241 Marines, sailors and soldiers murdered by Hezbollah in Beirut in 1983, the 19 airmen killed at the Khobar Towers in 1996, the 17 sailors killed on board the USS Cole in 2000 and of course the 3000+ innocent Americans killed on 9/11.

Basically what Newsweek is suggesting is that we adopt John Kerry’s concept of getting back to when terrorism was just a nuisance. Terrorism is a loser for the Left. The only way they can be successful politically is if they can convince Americans that there is no terrorist threat.

But what if we get hit again?

The Newsweek cover is sort of a pre-emptive strike by the Left. They’re telling us that we just need to learn to live with terrorism.

Oh, it’s OK to go after Al Qaeda–but only in a law enforcement/criminal setting, not as a war/enemy setting.

Any by no means are we to do anything to address the underlying doctrines that underpin organizations like Al Qaeda and Hezbollah. 

The Muslim Brotherhood must be dancing…er…the Muslim Brotherhood must be very satisfied with their friends at Newsweek…

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  • allyson taylor  On 1 MarpmTue, 03 Mar 2009 14:05:25 -06002009-03-03T14:05:25-06:0002 2009 at 14:05

    We must fight back. We must not allow this to happen to our children who do not deserve to live as Dhimmi’s. It is time for another type of revolution, and like the enemy, we must be smart, calculated, and take it to the streets too.


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