Why are Muslims branded as terrorists?


Why should all Muslims be linked to terrorism? Here’s why:
Politicians are painfully aware of the poignant axiom, “perception is reality”; therefore we must take a hard look at a stark reality and realize that the Islamic religion, though populated by many “good” people, as a whole, because of their terrorist minority are perceived by mainstream Americans as dangerous. That is the hard truth that must be dealt with! Islamic leaders, by turning a deaf ear and closing their eyes to the terrorism inflicted by their radical elements have acted as accessory to these crimes. By withholding the exercise of their enormous power and influence that they could wield against their evil minority, they are guilty of collusion. Our criminal elements often find themselves charged with this violation of U.S. law.

Moreover, it is terribly tragic for the good element to be equated with the radicals and, as well, it is completely unjust for everyday peaceful Muslims to suffer the stigma of association because their leadership fails to stand and act against the violence, but it appears that they, by default, have made that choice. They publicly decry the bias, but have failed to place adequate pressure on their leaders for a solution. Hence, because of this negligence, or in some cases devious connivance, the entire Muslim faith must, for our national security, be held accountable and viewed with respectful suspicion.

One significant issue is the New York ground zero project. It is an egregious insult to our country and especially reprehensible to the survivors of 9/11 and the families of the needlessly slaughtered victims. The Islamic sponsors of this ill-conceived project have operated by deception to further their religious and profit goals. Construction should be denied! This violates the law, but prohibitive action is necessary. Or are we shackled like extremist held hostages to the catch 22 of what is morally right vs. that which is amorally legal?

Yes, local New York Muslims may have spoken some displeasure concerning the 9/11 catastrophe, but that is basically fruitless in the global scheme. Yes, Mayor Bloomberg, America is, as you say, a place for tolerance and openness, but are we tolerant an open to the Muslim terrorists? NO! So then, why must we be tolerant an open to those who could stop the violence, but do nothing in that regard? Edmund Burke said, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Therefore, until Islam acts to stop terrorism, they should not be afforded our cherished American tolerance and openness!

See the complete text of, and make comments on, this treatise on Muslim expansionism on my blog site: http://wp.me/pXvyI-1D

Sincerely, Jerry Clifford, the Word Guru
I need and desire constructive comments of any kind, for they are a necessary educational and enlightenment process. Please visit the comment section at the bottom of this page. Thank you.

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