Sunday, November 12, 2006

Former Islamic Radical Plays The Role of Cassandra

You remember Cassandra from Greek mythology, right? Apollo cursed her such that she always told the truth, but no one would ever believe her.

It would seem that Dr. Tawfik Hamid is a modern day Cassandra. Would that more people would heed his warning regarding Islamofascism:

"Stop asking what you have done wrong. Stop it! They're slaughtering you like sheep and you still look within. You criticize your history, your institutions, your churches. Why can't you realize that it has nothing to do with what you have done but with what they want."


I agree. Nothing justifies flying airplanes into buildings, or sawing off people's heads for internet entertainment. Osama has already told us what he wants--he wants us all to worship his Allah. Since nothing short of that will satisfy him or his followers, why try?

Kill them. That's the only solution that preserves our civilization and culture.

7 comments:

Nigel said...

One problem. They breed like rabbits on LSD at a frat party. Every time we kill a terrorist, two come up into the ranks. So really, I think it's futile to just keep killing them off, as they just keep growing on numbers. Unfortunately, I can't think of an alternate solution.

Anonymous said...

What culture are you talking about?

Darren said...

I see they've already succeeded, somewhat.

Anonymous said...

Kill whoever Darren says to kill. Or else they will have already won. C'mon; we all *know* who *they* are.

Anonymous said...

"What culture are you talking about?"

Heh, good point. It's funny, though, that the things the Muslims hate the most about us are the things the LEFT so vociferously defends--feminism, gays, porn and general whorishness.

Darren said...

While those are true, what they truly hate about us is our lack of Muslim-hood.

And oddly enough, the Iranian government, as well as the head of al-Qaeda in Iraq, are pleased that the Democrats are in charge of Congress now. What does that tell you? Probably not the same thing it tells me, I'd wager.

I'd also wager that you're pleased that those two organizations feel that way. That would make you "anti-American", if true.

Darren said...

Here's somone who actually gets it:
http://www.nypost.com/seven/11152006/postopinion/opedcolumnists/arabian_nightmares_opedcolumnists_ralph_peters.htm