I Get Emails: The Truth About Islam

Here’s an email I received this morning from one Ayman Abdalla, that was so great, that I just had to share it with you,

“listen you biatch you guys are a.s.s. holes why da fouk do you make muslims out to be extremists and murderers?

Please consider the environment – do you really need to print this email?”

A few points…

First off, you really shouldn’t send emails like this from your school email address, especially when it includes lines like this one in it,

“*********** reserves the right to monitor all e-mail communications through its networks.

Please also note that email accounts are be monitored & scanned. Any email deemed inappropriate will be automatically forwarded to the postmaster for authorization, if this email is deemed unsuitable, then the email will be discarded & the email account/address will be removed permanently, without the possibility of re-activation.”

Now, if I were a jerk, I could pop off one email to your school administrators, Ayman, pretend to be offended by your foul language, and probably get your email account suspended and get you in trouble with your school.

But instead, I’m going to give you a real world education, right here publicly on Right Wing News, in the politically correct truths that are far too seldom spoken in Britain, which incidentally, seems to be culturally circling the drain at a rate faster than anywhere else in the western world.

Now personally, I don’t think most Muslims are “extremists” or “murderers.” I’d say that real, genuine “radical Islamists” who dance around whooping with glee when some psychopath flies a plane into a skyscraper in the name of Allah, probably only make up 10-15% of Muslims.

Unfortunately, that small number, in a world that has over a billion Muslims, adds up to over 100 million fanatically evil people.

Moreover, there are two other additional problems related to this group of people:

1) There is no way for the rest of us to tell them apart from “moderate Muslims” who are not Jihadis, because the Jihadis constantly try to obfuscate the truth about what they believe.

2) Many “moderate Muslims,” either because they’re intimidated by the extremists or because they agree with them a lot more than they’re letting on, seem to be in their thrall. Although there are certainly exceptions, and those people should be supported and congratulated, most moderate Muslims tend to follow right along behind the nutjobs who get off on the idea of decapitating Jews and forcing every woman to wear a burka.

In fact, Ayman, I have absolutely no doubt that in your home country of Britain, that if the Muslim population got to 55% or higher, a year later you’d have Sharia, mandatory burkas for women, and non-Christians would be just as relentlessly persecuted as they are throughout most of the Muslim world.

Is that because most “moderate Muslims” are bad people? No, I don’t think so. I think it’s because most of them have no cahones. It’s really easy to write an email to a blogger in the US or protest some guy who does a cartoon about Muhammad, but how many moderate Muslims write emails to Al-Qaeda telling them to stop defaming Islam? How many of them protest outside of extremist mosques?

It’s impossible not to note that “moderate Muslims” who do speak publicly, as a general rule, tend to get much more upset with people who point out that there are Muslims proudly murdering people in the name of Allah — than the actual Muslims who are proudly murdering people in the name of Allah.

So that is the world we live in today: one where murderous savages commit atrocities in the name of Allah and moderate Muslims either cower in their presence or generally follow their lead, even if they don’t agree with them.

The quicker we acknowledge that reality and take our actions accordingly as opposed to trying to make Muslims into the newest group that it’s politically incorrect to tell the truth about, the better off western civilization and the world will be.

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