Days of Change

Freedom Fries | January 9, 2015

The way Islam is practiced in the majority of the world is incompatible with the liberal ideals of social justice. The irony is that the homes of some of the most liberal democracies in the world have not been willing to enforce their secular morality on the theocratic morality of Muslim populations expanding within their countries. Liberal permissiveness seems to trump liberty.

As a member of the permanent Security Council of the UN, France refused to authorize participation in the Iraq War. This led to the “freedom fries” movement, renaming the “French fries” that were an Americanization of pommes frites anyway. France was accused of trying to maintain ties with Middle Easters suppliers of oil to France. In reality, it seems this is a larger aspect of France trying to maintain French culture without looking too racist. They kicked the Muslims out of Paris to maintain its showcase city, but concentrated the population into slums so culturally toxic the police won’t even go there.

The United States is only geographically lucky so far in this regard. Even now, some border areas with Mexico are essentially no-go zones because of Mexican drug mules and gang members crossing the border illegally. The US, France and the rest of the Western world has the power to wipe Islamic regimes off the face of the earth, and we seem to find comfort in that fact. Islam’s front line soldiers are changing tactics, spreading fear and killing us one at a time before we realize it’s too late.


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  1. before we realize it’s too late.

    Those of us who are not brainwashed by the pc drum beaters know it’s already too late. Witness the fact that Muslim women speaking against Muslim abuse of women have been uninvited to speak at several universities. And those banning them are the teachers of our youth. Too late!

    Comment by Mary — January 10, 2015 @ 1:52 am

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