Monday, December 13, 2010

Criticizing Islam: International Crime?


"Later this month, the United Nations General Assembly will vote on the nonbinding Defamation of Religions Resolution, which would give international sanction to the type of religious persecution commonplace in Muslim-majority countries. Superficially, the resolution contains feel-good human rights language routinely churned out by the U.N. The intent of this resolution, however, is to give sanction to repressive mechanisms that primarily Muslim countries use to stifle critiques of their state-sanctioned sects. This lends international legitimacy to criminal penalties against people who exercise their freedom of worship..." (SOURCE)


We all know there is a war waging against Islamic extremists, but what many won't acknowledge is the 'other war' against Islam itself. A religion that is tolerant of no other. A religion that seeks to dominate by immigration and procreation (there's a reason other, than masculine indulgence, that men are permitted 15 wives...) Little steps like Sharia law being considered in the U.S., this UN resolution and the ACLU and CAIR playing on claims of discrimination to make allowances.

A few years ago, I read a paper by an Imam in England that outlined the "plan" for the spread and subsequent domination of Islam to the West. The "domination by immigration" plan also relied on the fact that more and more Americans choose career over children...eventually ensuring more Muslims in the future. It seemed far-fetched when I read it, but now I believe it wasn't just the ranting of some bearded kook...but an actual plan that has indeed been set into action and coming to fruition...

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