Wednesday, February 6, 2019

This Must Be Viewed

     Don’t give me any “I don’t do videos” BS. This is three and a half minutes long and vitally important:

     It is incomprehensible to me that there are Americans – non-Muslims – who fail to appreciate the evil and savagery of Islam.

     Any woman who sees this and remains persuaded that “Islam respects women’s rights” is too far gone into lunacy to be helped – or trusted.


Kye said...

Gee Francis, I appreciate the evil and savagery of Islam. I consider Islam nothing more than a theocratic cult of death. I think Islam is on the same level as communism as far as human rights is concerned. I don't believe Muhammadans should be allowed into the United States, even for a visit, because their beliefs are thoroughly incompatible with and diametrically opposed to everything America stands for.

That said, being abused by your father is NOT a legitimate reason for asylum. Being told what clothes to wear, who to date and when you can go out while being a stupid custom is not genocide or mass oppression. Considering the number of Christians and even Jews in Islamic countries who are being categorically raped, murdered and are the victims of genocide taking even one Muhammadan before we take them is an affront to God and the rules of asylum.

Francis W. Porretto said...

It's not about legitimate reasons for asylum, John. It's about what Islam routinely does to the vulnerable -- especially young women. It boggles my mind that there are "women's rights groups" that defend Islam, despite its chattelization of women. Americans should be aware of the evil therein.

Kye said...

Now I see where you're going, Francis. I too cannot fathom any women's rights group that would in any way defend Islam. However, the thing to bear in mind here is women's rights groups are NOT about women's rights. They're about promoting discord, fear, resentment and even hatred towards men, white men especially, white Christian men most importantly and to show America in the light of a retrograde evil country. They're about the type of "equal rights" found only in communist utopia's, that is equality of misery and the type of equality that occurs when everybody has nothing so everybody's equal. It's always been their goal.