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In every group of people – nation, religion, Rotary Club, PTA, etc. – three major subgroups exist: Leaders/Activists, Followers, and Change Agents. The largest group, Followers, as expected by the definition, is too apathetic to support outright either the Leaders or the Change Agents, but implicitly is supportive of the Leaders by not joining the Change Agents, by not ruffling any feathers and by letting the Leader/Activist cohort take the group wherever it wants.
This is pretty pedestrian stuff: Lead, Follow or Get Out of the Way.
In islam these three groups can be defined as:
- Leaders/Activists: ISIS, Al Qaeda,
The West cannot coexist with barbarism. Either we believe in Western Civilization, human rights, women’s rights, children’s rights, gay rights, science, moral progress, self government, individual liberty and the Rule of Law… OR… we allow in our midst believers in sharia and islamism who violently oppose those rights and who, with our implicit permission, treat the least among us barbarically. It’s a binary choice.
Islam is killing everyone it can reach in order to force a return to a – literal – Stone Age rule […]
In rejecting their responsibility for immigration, Congress has placed the future of American freedoms, rights and liberties, and of American lives, in danger.
Try walking down a sidewalk, or driving down a street in your town when a bunch of muslim butts are in the air blocking your RIGHT of free movement if you disagree.
Due to the epic failure of Congress to protect American liberties and freedoms, and to override the enemy in the Oval Office, a suggestion the States can handle on their own is below. Because over 30 States already have tried to block this immigration, it […]
We all have to listen to and read the absurdity of the anti-liberty left (all of it) admonishing Americans that no exception exists on the Statue of Liberty for muslim savages.
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” She isn’t asking for the poor. She is asking for those who want freedom: “yearning to breathe free” is the subject of the sentence.
Lady Liberty is not interested in only the poor, but only in those poor who want to be free… The quote is about the freedom. An accurate re-statement would be ‘don’t […]