I truly Hope and Pray that you are being honest with yourself.
The US Army trained us 69-77 and some wise old combat hardened men taught us they have no use for someone who says they are not afraid of the enemy.I am afraid of them-and even more afraid that America will be like Spain was before Islam got turned back. A man can be afraid of his enemy -yet not incapacitated by his fear.There is a mighty big difference.The latter is what kills.
I appreciate your candor; you are correct, let me clarify, I am not afraid to go to true war with Islam from the perspective that I would rather fight and die to maintain freedom and Western Civilization. I am no fool; I am not old enough to have served in any of America’s wars, however my father and grandfather did and I missed service by four years in the war you are referring to (Viet Nam), and have heard first hand what fear of the enemy is. As much as we’ve historically opposed and fought Nazism and Communism, which we understood, the vast majority of Americans have not begun to understand islam or muslims. I have been following them for 40 plus years, after being exposed to one as a neighbor who was an engineering student, living in one of the biggest U.S. cities with plenty of immigrants from around the world. He claimed his name was Mike, but his real name was Mohammed. And his young, naive, American wife, a Catholic, asked a neighbor in secret if she could have her child baptised but couldn’t possibly let her husband know; she was shaking with fear. I understood more clearly then what islam was. I am afraid of the price to be paid and the extremities that muslims will go to in order to win; but I am not incapacitated. Your comments are well put, I salute you, as only a civilian could, unfortunately.