True but not entirely correct.
The expansion of Wahbi Islam is being financed primarily from Saudi Arabia.
We could do something about it but are politically unwilling. Saudi money is used to build Mosques and schools through out the world that teach the Wahhabi version of Sunni Islam. This malignant form of Islam teaches that it is the will of Allah that non-Muslims be killed or enslaved if they refuse to be converted to Islam.
We could use political pressure to convince the Saudis to cease this expansion of Islam but the Saudi money greases too many hands throughout government, academia and the entertainment world.
The advances in the field of oil exploration and mining gives me some hope (not much really) that Saudi influence and funding of the expansion of Islam will be reduced as the supply of oil expands. However as the supply of oil grows so will demand as the third world develops.
One of two things will probably occur; either we will go to war against Islam (the present low level war will become a full blown and acknowledged war) or we will fall under the same servitude to Islam that has befallen most Western Europe. Right now if I had to guess I would bet on the latter. And I say that simply because there is not even any acknowledgement of the problem by media or government in this country.
Just as the article states if we deny the existence of the problem we have not chance of dealing with that problem.
Once Saudi oil is gone, the billions that flow into publishing, education and overseas mosque building will slow down. The 20 trillion dollar oil shale find in South Australia will go a long away toward that. But oil is a small part of a nation, the true air supply of a civilization is God. There is no community without God, just a competing cacophany of self interested parties. The way it stands now, Satan (aka Allah) is slowly but surely supplanting Jesus Christ in the West. And the moral relativism of the liberal brain on handouts is powerless to stop that.
Both points are valid.
I would suggest that it has been the indoctrination within our country that will make this battle truly unique.
Political correctness and more importantly, moral relativism have conditioned too many in the public sphere of media, gov’t and business to bow to the peer pressure it has created.
Show me a liberal that doesn’t support a democratically elected dictator or tyranny.
As a Conservative that mistrusts the gov’t but loves the individual, they will tell you that the gov’t IS made up of individuals.
Moral relativism takes on a life of it’s own and doesn’t need a majority to thrive and expand. Misguided guilt and compassion are the first tools they pick up. Intimidation and fear are the natural next phase as the tipping point is reached.
You are correct as to the negative effects coming from the Saudis.
However, as both Bushes and Clinton showed us before Obama, American politicians aren’t going to go after them. They are still viewed as valuable economically and that always drives the bus.