Monday, April 22, 2013

We Are Not Serious About Stopping Islamic Terror

By Karin McQuillan

As I read the media coverage and listen to our politicians and security forces' bland comments and self-congratulations, my anger is rising.  I do not hear any resolve. I do not hear any interest in making sure there are no more Islamic bombings of America. 

Our President praises the public for not being terrorized, then lectures us not to "rush to judgment" about the bombers' motivations and "certainly not about entire groups of people."  Translation: we're not going to talk about the jihadi war on us.  Hope for the best.  Do not pay attention to the problem of Islamic imperialism.

This is what I want to hear:

There is much that can be done to make sure there is never again an Islamic bombing on American soil and we will do it. We must confront the ideological reach of murderous Islamic imperialism into our immigrant communities.  We will review our immigration policies to make sure we are not issuing residency permits and citizenship to national security risks.  We must reform the laws governing FBI investigations of potential terrorist recruits, so Homeland Security and the FBI can effectively monitor individuals who visit jihadi websites and join local jihadi mosques...

My heart cries for the families of the victims, those slain and those maimed by these Islamic monsters.  My righteous anger cries out that we must be serious and make sure no more Americans are killed by these primitives.  We must confront this violent religion that has not moderated its murderous imperialism in 1400 years.  We can stop them.  But only if we are willing to look into the face of our enemy.  So far, it looks like we are not going to do that.

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