What makes you say that? You don't think Hezbelloh is playing an active role in Mexico or the Muslim Brotherhood is busy here in the US?
And here's a tidbit that might make an American go hmmmmmmm. I mean, what with the recent news about the State Department approving tons of guns for a front company in Mexico, any mention of muslim is not necessarily rhetorical.
...The George W. Bush administration banned Tariq Ramadan from entering the United States in 2004. In January, 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton reversed the ban, allowing the younger Ramadan to use his renewed access to American audiences to advance the Ikhwans civilization jihad...
That's from The Sharia Short Course Chapter 10
But thanks for the descriptor 'pithy'. I always thought it had a negative connotation. Just goes to show you, everyday's a school day.
And your post is another education right there.
I was partly facetious with the “Muslim is rhetorical” comment, i.e., NOT that “Muslim” should be eliminated, but that “Muslim” falls under your category of “every radical-backed syndicate.”
In many, many more words I have been posting that the main purpose of F & F, IMO, is to destabilize Mexico and bordering US states; disarming US is a big, but secondary motive.
The BHO administration ALWAYS aims to kill as many birds as possible with one stone.
See how many words I just used right there. That’s the best I can do with “pithy.” lol
I wasn’t disagreeing with you at all, and probably should not have replied, but I am glad I did because it provoked you to post important information.
The Muslim threat is at least one of the most under-estimated threats facing us today, which is why BHO has spent so much effort training the media, federal bureaucracies, military, institutions, NGOs, religious organizations, etc, etc, that there is only one way to view Muslims-—and that’s the proscribed PC way. Anything else is Islamophobic.
“Pithy” was certainly a compliment. I need to practice “pithy.”