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deadly Islamic terrorist attacks since 9/11.

We reflect their daily tally in our margin.

How can Islam be reformed? Is reform of it possible? To change its mission of conquering the world by “holy war” it would be necessary to take the Koran out of the religion.

What would be left?

If you take the water out of the soup, where’s the soup?

The cult is evil and needs to be destroyed. It should be anathematized, its believers subjected to de-Islamification as the Germans were subjected to de-Nazification after World War Two.

And the consequences for jihad violence – such as the murder of a British soldier by two savage Muslims on a London street – should be as severe as the law allows.

The likelihood of any European country re-introducing the death penalty is remote. But a sentence to solitary confinement for life could be a stronger deterrent for religious Muslims than death. No virgins with bones so transparent that the marrow in them is visible to the lascivious eye. No boys with long eyelashes serving drinks in the finest crystal the heavenly superstores can supply. Let the Prophet’s killers eat the bread of sorrow all the days of their miserable lives.

It won’t happen, but as long as we have freedom of speech we will argue that it should.

That might not be very long now if Islam has it’s way; and if Hillary Clinton, who supports Islam’s demand that criticism of it be criminalized, is – appalling possibility! – elected to the highest office.

Posted under Islam, jihad, Law, Muslims, War by Jillian Becker on Thursday, January 9, 2014

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  • liz

    The reason Islam is a problem is precisely because we allow it to be – the civilized world has lost its will to defend itself, apparently.
    People who live to destroy others must be destroyed themselves -it’s the only way to stop them.
    Letting them rot in prison only gives them a platform to play the martyr from.
    The fact that we’ve “compassionately” done away with the death penalty is a great example of the unintended consequences of the “breathtaking disconnect” between the liberal mentality and the hard facts of reality.

  • WmarkW

    Don’t know if you’ve seen this opinion column from the Washington Post,
    “The end of human rights” is not about Islam per se, but its theme is that the worldwide push for human rights is being stalled or reversed by cultural differences about what they are.

    In the West, our culture is defined by tools that permit individuals and societies to test ideas against evidence, with the expectation we’ll keep the good ones — the scientific method, capitalism, separation of church and state, democratic-republican government, and free speech. It’s what pulled Western Civ ahead of everyone else, starting about 500 years ago when we began putting them in practice in earnest. Previously, we had tested ideas against faith, stability and the interests of those who held power. Islam is still there, and until they admit they’re behind because they earned it, they’ll remain like the witch doctor who points out that the M.D. loses patients, too.

    • Jillian Becker

      WmarkW – We like what you say about your own views. But about the article you link to: It is written by a religious person – Catholic, it would seem – who does not really understand what individual freedom is, although he talks about it and claims to value it highly. The surest sign of this is that he wants governments, international institutions like the Catholic church, and unspecified powers of vast reach to work the human species into a human-rights-respecting mode. In other words, he is also a leftist (socialist) authoritarian. (Another pointer is that he is a SOAS professor.) Unfortunately, he is all too typical of human rights activists. The left’s idea of human rights is whatever is faddish in liberal-left opinion – “women’s rights”, “homosexual rights”, “anti-colonialism”, affirmative action, the “right” to free health care etc. etc. No conception of real individual freedom – the right to hold whatever opinions you choose, the right to be left alone by government – enters their minds. That is why we don’t like the rallying cry of “Human Rights”. We prefer to say “We should be free to ….”.
      His praise of Nelson Mandela is a big warning sign about the way he thinks!

  • Azgael

    I do not Believe our species will exist in the year 2100, if it does, we will be back to either stone age or early bronze age tech, common sense and reason are on their last heart beat, and only the biggest genocide and war in human history can bring it back, we all know what’s coming, to deny it or ignore it will mean your death, unless a revolution comes, we will be under either communist rule or Islamic, and you can bet neither will co-exist together.
    Let’s hope our descendants learn from our complete stupidity and deals swiftly and brutaly with anyone who espouses religion or communistic thought/policies for both will have led to our current civilizations total destruction, and our destruction is inevitable now, its no longer if but when.

    • Jillian Becker

      Azgael – there are of course a lot of signs that what you predict could come to be. But it is a terrifying scenario.