Still nothing to do with Islam 6

Paul Joseph Watson speaks for uncountable millions in the Western world. Because, except for the great exception of President Trump, Western rulers won’t do it.

And now, is even President Trump wavering?

Posted under Islam, jihad, Muslims, Terrorism by Jillian Becker on Friday, November 3, 2017

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  • liz

    Yes, the Leftist media pushes the lie that a rational, legitimate fear is a “phobia”, and pretend that it’s “racist” to notice the indisputable fact that 99.999% of terrorists are Muslim, when Islam is not a race.
    But in the end, actions speak louder than words. As long as you do what’s necessary to WIPE THEM OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH, as Trump has promised, then I really don’t care what you call them.
    Trump has made progress in wiping out ISIS, but has a long way to go in eradicating them on our own soil, such as banning all Muslim immigration.
    Even the watered down moves he’s made in that regard are being obstructed by our hijacked and completely dysfunctional justice system, resulting in, surprise, surprise! – more terrorist attacks!

  • Cogito

    Yes, Trump is wavering. This is very disturbing. I’m very close to throwing in the towel on Trump. Why is he doing this??
    I can forgive him for all his tasteless tweets and shameless undignified showmanship, but this leaves me gasping. If Trump understood one thing in the last election, it was the link between islam and terrorism.
    Damn him. There can be no excuses for this disgusting cowardice.

    • We don’t know the reason why, we’re not even sure that he hasn’t called the terrorism “Islamic”. Breitbart says he hasn’t this time. But he often does.

      His tweets are a result of the media never reporting him accurately (most of them). It’s his way of speaking directly to the electorate. Taste doesn’t come into it.

      I do not agree with you that he goes in for “shameless undigniifed showmanship”. When he needs to be dignified, he is. When he needs to be relaxed and friendly, he is.

      He is not a coward. He is standing almost alone against more hostile, cruel, relentless opposition than any president before him has ever had to face – with the sole exception we might say of Lincoln who faced actual civil war. That could come too.

      • Cogito

        I believe Americans voted for him precisely because he promised to stand “alone against more hostile, cruel, relentless” forces of political correctness.

        However, we no longer hear him speaking of such politically incorrect things as “islamic” terrorism, ceasing all moslem immigration, tearing up the Iran deal, moving the embassy to Jerusalem, expelling the UN from New York, and throwing the Clintons in jail. I believe he still viscerally wants these things, but is increasing silent on these issues recently.

        He may not be a coward, but he certainly seems to be cowed by the swamp. I worry about his judgment in keeping such advisors as McMaster, Tilllerson and Javanka who oppose and undermine his efforts.

        I recognize and applaud the promises he has kept, and I fully understand that he has been hamstrung by a treacherous and possibly treasonous Republican Congress, but I am also keenly disappointed that he seems to have abandoned so much of his inspiring election platform.

        The Augean stables still stink and need cleansing. He is not doing this.

        I wish him well but expected more.

        • Thank you for your comments, Cogito.There is some cause to become impatient with President Tump. But not to despair of him. At least he’s furious with Jared and says he’s a bad adviser on foreign policy. And on the other issues there has been some progress. He’s moving in the right direction. I cannot think of anyone else who would have got anywhere near as far as he has.

          • Cogito

            Yes, I agree with you, Jillian in many ways. Certainly no other candidate would have done as much or wanted to do as much.
            I think our only major difference is the speed with which Trump is moving. He is a good man, a very good man.
            My age entitles me to curmudgeonly impatience!