Skip to comments.Why We Hate Them
Posted on 10/06/2006 10:47:10 AM PDT by Miami Vice
There are some Americans who opposed the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan. They consistently opposed any military action we take against Islamists, Taliban, Baathists, Hezbollah, Hamas, and other similar groups - and those who harbor them.
They would rather blame our foreign policy for the ills of the world. Some have even gone so far as to claim we are responsible for what occurred on 9/11. One question they ask is, why do the Islamists hate us?
What they (and we) should be asking is why should we hate them? We have plenty of reasons.
First, the Islamists are ingrates:
Our military protected Muslims in Lebanon in 1982 and 1983. How were we repaid? Hezbollah killed 243 Marines, who were part of a peacekeeping force. The same Hezbollah that Democratic Congressman John Dingell recently said he was not for or against. (By the way, does anyone think it interesting that Pennsylvania Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz did not denounce Dingell?)
We protected Muslims in Kuwait in 1991.
We protected Muslims in Bosnia in 1995.
We protected Muslims in Kosovo in 1999.
Yet somehow, Islamists want people to believe we are the "Great Satan"?
The second reason we should hate the Islamists is because they want to annihilate us. They want to obliterate the United States of America and everything for which it stands - to quote a phrase. They say we prevent them from annihilating Israel and prevent the imposition of an Islamic theocracy in Arab countries and the rest of the world.
This is evinced by three documents.
One is the ( Go to the website http://www.theeveningbulletin.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=17293215&BRD=2737&PAG=461&dept_id=576361&rfi=6 once again I was unable to post the whole article
Eliminate Muslims so I can have a beer.
I thought it was about Democrats.
I don't hate 'em, I just realize that the only way for me and mine (and billions of others) to be safe is for every Islamofascist head to be on a pole for the buzzards to peck clean.
To some extent, the phenonmenon is is a function of reduction and polarization where complex terms are taken at their simplest level and bounced off one another until we see separate sets on opposite sides of the court.
Tradition is set in the foundation of experience while tolerance and equivocation rests on the shifting sands of the never level playing field.
Wrong islam will never be dominant in America, nor will the quran be the highest authority in America. Nor will it be excepted. NOT NOW, NOT EVER.....I WILL NEVER CONVERT TO ISLAM, NOR BECOME A MUSLIM......EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!