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Monday, October 11, 2010

Great analogy

For those of you living in a cave, Pam Geller of Atlas Shrugs was the subject of a lengthy write-up in Sunday's New York Times. This is part of one of the letters she got in response, from someone who lived in Israel for five years.
The analogy I like to use is that after Pearl Harbor did FDR get up there and say, We don't hate Japanese, there are certain people who happen to be Japanese that have attacked us but they are not all our enemies, just the bad ones. No, he had Congress declare war and the only acceptable outcome was Unconditional Surrender.

And nobody talked about discrimination, we certainly did not invite Japanese nationals and German Nazis to immigrate here during the war "for a better life".

They were the enemy, full stop no question.

Today Islam is what the Nazis and Japanese were then.

The first mistake was George Bush calling Islam a 'religion of peace' right after 9/11. But Bush at least understood we were at war against something. Obama doesn't even understand that.


At 7:55 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The West has still to recognize the danger from Islam. We're in the 1930s all over again and the world has learned nothing.

We can only hope Israel stands strong.

At 9:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always ask the defenders of islam, if they would have called people against hitler naziophobes?

At 11:47 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Hi Carl.
The Muslims call it "Islamophobia"
I prefer to call it Islamosophia and we should all call it this way it's not an unfounded fear it's realistic fear ,who knows this better than the Jewish people.
It's not a phobia when they are really trying to kill you or occupy you for that matter.


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