Thursday, December 25, 2014

Every Christmas Now Comes With Muslim Terrorism

Muslim Terrorism has become as much of a Christmas tradition for Christians in the West, as it already was for Christians in the Muslim world, where Somali Muslim gunmen attacked a Christmas party at an African Union base.

A Somali Muslim attempted to bring terrorism into the United States by bombing a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland in 2010. Mohamed Osman Mohamud (twice the Mohammed for twice the mayhem) had a simple goal, "I want whoever is attending that event to leave, to leave dead or injured."

Mohamed Mohamud was just following up on the work of Christmas Day flight bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab over from Nigeria who stuffed his underwear full of plastic explosives and tried to detonate it on Flight 253.

Meanwhile this year we've been tried to race riots in which Muslim organizers have played a leading role and two attacks on New York police officers carried out by Black Muslims. The last attack by Ismayil Abdullah Brinsley robbed two families of a Christmas holiday together.

Over in France, a Muslim rammed his car into a Christmas market while shouting Allahu Akbar, which translates roughly to my Allah is greater than your god. His attack was one of two Car Jihads in France, which has one of the largest Muslim populations in Europe, in a matter of days. And one of three Muslim terror attacks overall.

Meanwhile in Australia, the flag of Jihad was held up by hostages over a window engraving reading "Merry Christmas" in a terror attack that ended up costing two lives.

The Muslim massacres of Christians in the West a may be happening at a slower pace than in Iraq, but they are happening nonetheless leading to a season in which holiday shopping now comes with massacre plots mixed in with the radio jingles and cheer.

If gift wrapping and church going are Christmas traditions, carrying out massacres during other people's holiday celebrations is a Muslim tradition.

In Israel, holidays are a time for extra special caution. The Passover massacre in which dozens of senior citizens attending a holiday meal were murdered, the Yom Kippur War in which Muslim armies invaded Israel on the holiest day of its year or the Purim bombing outside a Tel Aviv mall using a nail bomb, are just some  examples of Muslim religious tolerance at work.

It's not limited to Jews or Christians either.

In 2008, a number of bombs went off in Delhi just before Diwali. And back in 1991, Muslims planned to massacre thousands of Hindus during Diwali.

Had they succeeded, the death toll might have been bigger than 9/11.

For Muslims this has always been religious war. And what better target for terror, than an infidel's religious event?

The clergy at interfaith conferences may yammer on about how we're all the children of god, but Muslims know better. They are the slaves of Allah and we are heretics and idol worshipers. It's their duty to fight us, until we submit and accept Muslim rule.

The more we resist, the more they're obligated to kill us until we give in and there's a mosque on every corner and the Koran replaces the Constitution. It's a religious duty for a Muslim to make the Way of Allah triumphant all across the globe.

To Muslims, this is a sacred duty and a way of life, that is not a detail, but the heart of the Koran.

The Islamic holy texts are dominated by a single categorical imperative, to expand, dominate and rule. For the Muslim, life is complicated, but Islam is simple. And even the most secular and westernized Muslim will sooner or later feel an imperative to escape from the complications of modern life, into the pure simplicity of Islam at a cafe or an airline flight. The media charges that such escapees misunderstand Islam, but in actuality they understand it quite well.

Islam is a state of permanent religious war. It has no room in it for dissent or religious differences. That is why the Christian population in the Muslim world is vanishing. As the West becomes more Muslim, its Christian population will begin to decline and vanish.

Multiculturalism is one thing. But that's not what we have here. It's not living side by side with chicken noodle soup and tandoori restaurants. Or stacking churches, synagogues, ashrams and Shinto shrines on every block. Because while the political and cultural elite of the West may subscribe to multiculturalism, its Muslim imports subscribe to only one law. The law of Islam.

 They may lapse at times. They may get through a university education, attend nightclubs, listen to the same music all the other kids their age do-- but there's still a ticking time bomb inside their heads. And that bomb is the same one that appears as the lit fuse on the turban of the cartoon Mohammad.

The bomb is Islam. And when it's lit, the result is mass murder.

It is an uncomfortable thing to think about. We who pride ourselves on our tolerance and slap ourselves on the back for our open-mindedness do not like to think that our civilization is an illusion, a parquet floor built over the roaring fire of barbarism underneath.

But it was not so long ago, in the space of years, that our ancestors would have thought no more of killing people because they were different, than we would think of swatting a fly. The difference between us and the Muslim world is that we have changed. They have not.

And much as we may befriend them, the thought of killing us can never be entirely wrong to them. After enough time spent together, we might rank above flies to them, but well below full-fledged and fellow humans. And when they need answers, they turn to a book whose verses promise salvation to anyone who kills us.

It is important to think of these things, because our lives and the survival of our civilization are at stake. We have begun to learn what it is like to live with terror. But we have not learned all of it by far.

Terror haunted Christmas tree lighting celebrations are the beginning, but not the end of it. This is not a bridge we can cross with some multicultural cuisine and a PBS special.

It requires that we understand what we have done. We have imported people from a culture and religion that has never accepted the most basic premise of our way of life. Coexistence. And so we cannot coexist with them. And they cannot coexist with us. After a few years or decades of baffled attempts to adjust to a foreign way of life, they will either wall themselves off or make war on us. Or both at the same time. They cannot be our neighbors, only our enemies.

The sooner we realize that, the less we'll have to read about terror attacks at Christmas.


mindRider said...

The present day muslim attempt in infiltrating and taking over western society and freedom is done in the manner of boiling the frog in slowly heated water rather than dumping it in hot water from which it jumps out. In the 11th and in the 17th century Europe withstood, be it only just, an Islamic invasion and kicked the invaders back home. It surely is time for the western world to wake up in defense of it's values, even if only the one of individual freedom. Although Europe's social democracy has been active in the process of slowly boiling the frog's water with it's false pretense of multiculturalism and political correctness against speaking out lest islam would take offense.

Ivan Toney said...

that our civilization is an illusion, a parquet floor built over the roaring fire of barbarism underneath." This is simply amazing writing.

Hawkins1701 said...

This is all so damned simple and easy to understand.

Yet the West refuses to do so.

I pray enough do before it's too late.

Anonymous said...

These are true words. The West, in giving the Islamic follower acceptance, does not understand that the acceptance is paid for by the follower seeking control. Until the West wakes up to the threat, the West will find greater and greater terror.

Anonymous said...

Perfect. Perfect tutorial. Now, how do you get to the half of our population that refuses to acknowledge this reality. Including the college students who will decide the future of our, and every free country, and whose minds have been programmed to see the opposite of this as true: Islam as idealism, those who resist and oppose Islam as ignorant, provincial, bigoted, cruel. What can we do with this truth you have crystallized?

SARAH MAX said...

They'll just have to learn the hard way 'anonymous' that's how it goes.. people stick their head in the sand until someone dumps a boatload of water on top of them & then they either drown & suffocate or they pull their head out just in time to have it cut off. I'm sorry if that sounds horrible, but it's's been true long before today, a couple hundred years ago it was true. Americans have just been protected so long we think that we're just going to keep being protected, &; dear god I hope so but I don't believe it.

john said...

Doesn't look good. People should learn to respect other's beliefs to achieve maximum peace.

Anonymous said...

What baffles me most is the behavior and actions of our PC oriented leaders. Are they really convinced and belief in their own b.s. stew of 'islam is a religion of peace' or do they know the truth but pretend?

I would like to really know! If they know the truth - why are they condemning us to be murdered? If so - why, who for and based upon who's order?
On the other hand - if they are clueless and continue to sent our women and men to fight these savages - shouldn't they have learned by now that they are wrong and clueless? It doesn't take a genius to see and figure out that there is nothing 'peaceful' about islam based upon the revolting atrocities they commit everywhere throughout the globe?
I really wonder while everything going on at this time - if there really is such a evil class of people - small in number versus the world population - to have planned this misery out; set their plans in motion by creating and using tools 'invented and manipulated' to gain power?! Is there really such a class able to observe these atrocities without having one iota of empathy?

Thank you again for your always great summarized and thought provoking analysis!

Sultan of Spin said...

I think this anonymous quote sums it all up..

"They believe their own lies & are deluded by their own fantasies"

Anonymous said...

In fact the beast evolves. We have seen it for years now how it burnt down the outskirts of every major city in Europe in his infancy. This somehow new Islam infected with the Marxist know-how is an already grown up hybrid, a.k.a. ISIS, reaching out for everything they can get. If I was an oily super rich Saudi I would start to worry… just saying. Excellent article anyways

Doug Mayfield said...

Thank you for the article. The evil unleashed on the world by Islam will continue to grow and flourish until we in the West condemn Islam as evil and both recognize and state clearly that Islam is absolutely incompatible with our fundamental life sustaining values of freedom and individual rights.

Anonymous said...

A superb article Daniel. Islam is fatally toxic to democratic Western societies.

It is as Bill Warner wrote - "All of Islam's success has been based upon political submission, dualism and violence. The violence, pressure, arguments and demands are not going to stop because they have worked for 1400 years and are working better now than at any time in the past."

Anonymous said...

You have no Idea how you have helped insure the defeat of Islam as a Political Threat to the West.

After a few Billion Kids across the planet are shown your Photos and told Santa
was taken hostage by the Islamo Nut Jobs just after Christmas this year and there may be no more Christmas unless he is freed and the Islamic Threat is eliminated..

We will ultimately have to create preserve for the Poor Islamofacists.. As every kid in the West will resolve to Defend Santa and insure there Christmas toys..

You have entered into the Rarefied Atmosphere of Alexander, Hannibal... Genghis Khan as so forth..

Brilliant LOL

Anonymous said...

Again, an outstanding and insightful essay by DG. Unfortunately it will probably not be read by anyone that does not already agree with the premise of it.
Our deadly embrace with multiculturalism will not end until we have paid a very heavy price and is merely a symptom of a much more deadly disease....loss of faith. By that I mean loss of the religious faith of our founding, our faith in ourselves and our faith in our civilization.
Another symptom of this loss of faith is low birth rates. Everyone knows about Europe's anemic birth rates, possibly Japan's and South Korea's, but America is on the same trend. Without the massive immigration, both legal and illegal, America would have a birth rate somewhat below replacements levels.
Europe and the modern West are not the first to suffer this. The Roman's did not so much conquer Greece as take up residence in their abandoned cities. A century or two thereafter, Rome suffered the same problem, until they had to flesh out the ranks of their mighty Legions with German mercenaries. As anyone with some knowledge of history knows, this did not end well.
Another symptom of the loss of faith is rampant immorality. If one does not believe in a judging God or a “tomorrow” beyond their own short existence, then one is inclined to “Seize the Day” as they say, grab what one can no matter the means in order to satisfy ones appetite for transient pleasures. A people so inclined find it hard to cast judgment on others practicing the same, but they can be quick and harsh in judgment of those who live a life which high-lights their transgressions.
In a democracy, this is quickly translated to the quality and character of the leaders that we elect, and as one broach of morals or even decorum leads to another, the nature of the leadership quickly devolves to that of the led. One question that comes easily to mind is “Would we have an Obama as President if we had not had a Clinton as President?” There, in a microcosm of a two individuals out of millions, we can see our own decline.
These are only two examples in a constellation of symptoms, all of them just as debilitating as the previous.
We, as in the West as embodied in the United States of America, will not let loose this addiction to multiculturalism, or any of our other malignant afflictions until we as a people regain Faith in ourselves, our civilization and our God. For that to happen, the pain will have to be far worse and far more widespread than anything we have experienced so far, and there is distinct possibility that the moment of realization will not come come until we are reduced to the ash in the dustbin of history.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Every one.


Anonymous said...

Islam can only grow where previous civilizations have receded.

dee said...

Aside from political correctness, which only terminal lefties still defend with a straight face, there's a practical element of fear to consider. Civilised businesses and institutions cannot protect their premises and staff from fifth column Jihadists, and so lie in the face of reality to avoid inflaming our peacelovers with uncomfortable truths. Neither can the authorities station armed guards at every street corner, for what good that would do against those weaned on a dysfunctional ideology that demands their life for Allah.

This is why politicians, academics and the mainstream media pimp Islam as a religion of peace and Muslims as victims. It is the safer and simpler course which defers the problem to a later generation.

And of course it would be wrong to suggest that our elected leaders and decision makers are pawning our freedoms in return for more tangible personal earthly benefits. But that's my wild guess.

Anonymous said...

The Western world, circa 2014, is running in "tolerance" mode, the majority of its policy makers comfortably under a Soros- or Saudi-funded scholarship. Most of the Westerners are more interested in the woes and wonders within their iPhones and Xboxes than in the muslim one-taxi-driver-at-a-time conquest of their homelands.

Not a single large US city has escaped the horrific sight of black-burqa-clad sinister-looking females, factories for the next generation of Western-hating Muhammads and Ibrahims. And since multiculturalism is cool, this next-generation-ninja characters are a now commonly accepted sight in the cities' shopping-malls, cafes and parks (what do they shop for? They are always clad in the same, horrible garment). If in the 1940's someone would leisurely stroll down a main avenue, proudly showing off a swastika in her garments, would Americans have felt as comfortable as they do now with their 21-century equivalents?

Doug Mayfield said...

Anonymous - Thank you for your comment.

I'm glad you put the word 'tolerance' in scare quotes. What passes for, that is, is disguised as, tolerance in America now is, in my view, a mix of the following three intellectual poisons, all eagerly distributed through our system of education by the Left.

Subjectivism - the core Left wing belief. There is no right and wrong. There are no true values. Everything is a matter of opinion.

On that base rest -

Multiculturalism - No culture is superior, morally or otherwise, to any other. So Western culture based on freedom and individual rights is not superior to the tyrannical, death worshiping, slavery based cultures, particularly communism and Islam, world wide.

Political Correctness - Since in speaking one's mind, someone else's feelings may be hurt, the government must monitor, regulate, and if necessary to protect against hurt feelings, stamp out freedom of speech.

This is why you see the Left eagerly embracing Islam driven tyrants. They recognize a common enemy, freedom and individual rights, and work together to eradicate them.

Eric the Red said...

Here's another Christmas present... as of 12/29/30, there have now been three Malaysian-based airline flights that have gone inexplicably missing. In my humble opinion, I would say this constitutes a pattern directly related to moslem terrorists based in Malaysia. Of course, the Western media propaganda machine refuses to report this as anything other than isolated instances of fill-in-the-blank. Pilot error? too many migrating birds sucked into engine nacelles? How about aliens from outer space? According to TPTB, one is as good as the other, as long as we don't ever discuss The-Religion-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named and it's prophet (Piss Be Upon Him).

Anonymous said...

Ah yes! The religion of PEACE Strikes again. Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, off with their heads. Praise allah, praise the devil.

james wilson said...

There is nothing which Daniel Greenfield has written here which is less than perfectly obvious. The difference between him and other political writers of the center and right is that he does not lack for courage.

Buzzg said...

Thank you sir for referring to the perpetrators of these and other horrors as Muslims rather than "radicals", "jihadists", etc. The enemy is Islam and its followers are Muslims.

Anonymous said...

EVERYONE should read and reflect on this. It is truth.

Paridell said...

Daniel responds to Islamist extremism by taking an extreme position himself. If all Muslims were like Man Haron Monis or Britain's "Jihad Johnnie", he would not need to convince anyone of the fact - it would be obvious. But only a small minority of Muslims are like them or ever will be. That is quite enough to be concerned about, but the extremists worry other Muslims too. It doesn't help anyone to present things in such black-and-white terms. How many Muslims can actually Daniel know, to write "the thought of killing us can never be entirely wrong to them"? The Muslims I know would be horrified to have such thoughts attributed to them. When they say "Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate", they mean it, because that creed is what Islam is to them.

Doug Mayfield said...

You are mistaken, Paridell.

Yes, there are followers of Islam who don't rush out and murder people. And at this point, they may still be in the majority.

But any movement ends up being led, at gun point, by the those who are truly and totally dedicated to the belief system which drives that movement.

The belief system, Islam, demands of its followers that they murder or enslave anyone who disagrees with them. The evidence for this fact pours in every day from every country, Islamic and otherwise, around the world.

Not only do followers of Islam slaughter 'non believers' such as Christians or Jews. They also murder those who show the slightest deviation from true obedience to Islam itself by being members of a different Islamic sect.

That some followers of Islam retain a shred of human decency does not matter one bit. As the movement continues, anyone who opposes the truly dedicated will be jailed or murdered.

Do you doubt what I say? I suggest you consider what would happen to anyone who preached 'Islamic moderation' in such countries as Pakistan where 70% of the people believe that apostasy, leaving Islam, should be punished by death (Pew study available on their web site).

The world is at war. Those who believe in freedom and individual rights are at war, intellectually and sometimes physically (a 'shooting war'), with those who passionately advocate slavery and death as a 'solution' for anyone who disagrees.

Many of the most passionate advocates of slavery and death are driven by the belief system, Islam.

Chris said...

I am forever puzzled by the total lack of critical thought in the minds of those who so piously (oft on the backs of their "Pious" little cars!) the smugly-cleaver COEXIST bumper sticker.

The irony is thick: The first character resembles the formerly-ubiquitous PacMan who voraciously consumed anything in its unquenchable, destructive quest. In addition, there is the contrast between what is represented by the first character "I must sacrifice the lives of others to obtain my own salvation and bring in Allah's kingdom" with the last character, representing "Because I have found the source of salvation through the coming of God's kindgom, I am willing to sacrifice my own life to bring that message to others."

How ironic a contrast, indeed.

Paridell said...

Do I doubt what you say, Mr Mayfield? Well, so far as my own experience of Muslims here in Sydney goes, I have to doubt it. The world is a big place, there are a whole lot of Muslims in it, and the situation in Pakistan is hardly typical of most of them. It never has been. Taking Pakistan as an example of 'all Muslims' is like taking Northern Ireland during the Troubles and representing the feuding communities as typical of all Protestants, or all Catholics. (In fact the late Rev. Ian Paisley who used to maintain that "Rome" was a malign system bent on enslaving Protestants regardless of the wishes or feelings of actual Catholics, just as you now say "Islam" requires the same of its folllowers). The Muslims I know here, or in Malaysia, would laugh at the idea of wanting to enslave anyone. There are indeed a minority of Islamists who have some very peculiar ideas and some of them have departed these shores for Syria or the 'Islamic State'. I grant you, we have some would-be head-choppers, as well as Man Horan Monis, late of the Lindt Cafe siege. But the fact is, very, very few Muslims are like them. One should not mistake the tiny part for the very large whole. Or to put it another way, we need to keep things in perspective. And I write this in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.

Anonymous said...

Paridell, you seem to be a kind chap, and you certainly express yourself well -- both of which are good. However, I believe that you do not understand the scope of the danger we face. And the reason for that is that you do not appear to know the history of Islam or, relatedly, its prescriptions as set forth in detail, and repeatedly, in the Koran and the hadith (Mohammed's sayings). I implore you to learn about Islam. When you do so, you will understand that it stands uniquely in the world as a so-called religious ideology that is bent on world domination through violence. No other religious system is, in essence, a roadmap to taking over the world. Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, Shintoism, Atheism and all other major religious belief (or non-belief) systems do not preach submission of non-believers. But, please Sir, do not take my word for it. Here are some outstanding sources I ask you to consult. I have taken the time -- frankly, something I have undertaken as a duty -- to read all of the subject volumes, as well as many others, in order to see if that which I had been told about Islam was true. Unfortunately, my many years of reading, studying and the like have only confirmed that which I was told: Islam is a unique, particularly virulent existential threat to the world. I look forward to hearing your thoughts after you have read at least some of what is contained in these volumes.

I think the best single source is:
- “Shariah, The Threat To America, An Exercise In Competitive Analysis, Report Of Team BII” (which is available on the web through The Center for Security Policy): A group of top defense, security and intelligence experts prepared this unclassified report and presented it to the U.S. Congress on Sept. 15, 2010. Key authors include Andrew McCarthy, the Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York who led the prosecution in 1995 of Omar Abdel Rahman (the "blind sheik) and 11 other perpetrators of the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993; James Woolsey, former Director of the CIA; and LTG Harry Soyster, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Their report is chilling and important.

In addition, here are some books that I’ve found very informative (with links to reviews describing them):
- “The Grand Jihad: How Islam And The Left Sabotage America”, by Andy McCarthy:
- “The Looming Tower”, by Lawrence Wright:
- “Infidel”, by Ayaan Hirsi Ali:
- “A God Who Hates”, by Wafa Sultan:
- “What Went Wrong?”, by Bernard Lewis: Lewis is probably the foremost expert in the Western world regarding Islam and the Middle East.
- “The Clash Of Civilizations”, by Samuel Huntington:
- “Death By A Thousand Cuts”, by Richard Hobbs:
- “The West And The Rest”, by Roger Scruton:
- “America Alone”, by Mark Steyn:
- “The Politically Incorrect Guide To Islam And The Crusades”, by Robert Spencer:

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