Notice the snake is coiled and ready to strike, not stretched out.
Pull your head out just long enough to grasp this: It is true that we (US + NATO) have regime-changed them, funded them, armed them and trained them… and killed them, over and over again for 4 decades. But, historical evidence contradicts the point that we caused all of this jihadism and contradicts the notion that walking away will stop the violence.
Muslims were killing 10’s of millions of people (1) wherever they went BEFORE the U.S.A. existed. They have never stopped. Eighty million Hindu and other Indians were killed in India alone by the method taught by Muhammad and proudly documented in the journals of his generals. Since 9-11, muslims have been killing eight of their fellow muslims for each of us infidels.
World domination is the mission of islam’s holiest text, which muslims believe to be the literal word of their god, and that is explained by its prophet’s words and actions.
Abu jahl said to them: “Muhammad alleges that if you follow him you will be kings of the Arabs and the Persians. Then after death you will be raised to gardens like those of the Jordan. But if you do not follow him you will be slaughtered, and when you are raised from the dead you will be burned in the fire of hell.” The apostle[Muhammad] came out to them with a handful of dust saying: “I do say that.” (2)
So, no, stopping our repeated behaviors toward them and then leaving them alone will not stop them from trying to dominate us. But, yes, it is stupid to continue to waste resources on them and counterproductive and stupid to continue to kick their nests.
We must vigilantly maintain for our homeland the strongest national defense on the planet. That defense must include profiling and removing jihadist muslims inside the U.S. We must recruit peaceful, reformist muslims to accomplish this task. The U.S. must close the gates which are currently letting in unvetted hordes of ever-cheaper labor. We must halt the Obama-and-oligarchy-led national suicidal refugee programs such as those underway in Europe; if allowed to continue, this Trojan horse will result in certain defeat.
National defense and national interest does not include instigation of regime change in foreign lands, wars of convenience, or behaving like the world’s police force, under any theory of U.S. national interest or international human rights, or the open borders multiculturalist policies which, unfortunately, the U.S. has been following along with NATO allies for more than 30 years.
(1) “The Mohammedan Conquest of India is probably the bloodiest story in history…” — So wrote Will Durant on page 459, Volume 1, of his eight volume Story of Civilization
- Here are a few excerpts from pages 459-462 of the same volume:
- The Mohammedan Conquest of India is probably the bloodiest story in history…The first Moslem attack was a passing raid upon Multan, in the western Punjab (664 AD). Similar raids occurred at the convenience of the invaders during the next three centuries, with the result that the Moslems established themselves in the Indus Valley about the same time that their Arab co-religionists in the West were fighting the battle of Tours (732 AD) for the mastery of Europe…In the year 997 a Turkish chieftain…swept across the[Indian]frontier with a force inspired by a pious aspiration for booty. He met the unprepared Hindus at Bhimnagar, slaughtered them, pillaged their cities, destroyed their temples, and carried away the accumulated treasures of centuries…Each winter Mahmud descended into India, filled his treasure chest with spoils, and amused his men with full freedom to pillage and kill…he expressed his admiration for the architecture of the great shrine [at Mathura on the Jumna], judged that its duplication would cost one hundred million dinars and the labor of two hundred years, and then ordered it to be soaked with naphtha and burnt to the ground. Six years later he sacked another opulent city of northern India, Somnath, killed all its fifty thousand inhabitants, and dragged its wealth to Ghazni…The first of[the] bloody sultans [of the Sultanate of Delhi] was a normal specimen of his kind — fanatical, ferocious, and merciless. His gifts, as the Mohammedan historian tells us, “were bestowed by hundreds of thousands, and his slaughters likewise were by hundreds of thousands.” Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlak…killed so many Hindus that, in the words of a Moslem historian, “there was constantly in front of his royal pavilion and his Civil Court a mound of dead bodies and a heap of corpses, while the sweepers and executioners were wearied out by their work of dragging” the victims “and putting them to death in crowds.”..His successor, Firoz Shah, invaded Bengal, offered a reward for every Hindu head, paid for 180,000 of them, raided Hindu villages for slaves…Sultan Ahmad Shah feasted for three days whenever the number of defenseless Hindus slain in his territories in one day reached twenty thousand…The usual policy of the Sultans was clearly sketched by Alau-d-din, who required his advisers to draw up “rules and regulations for grinding down the Hindus…” Half of the gross produce of the soil was collected by the [Islamic] government; native rulers had taken one-sixth. “No Hindu,” says a Moslem historian, “could hold up his head, and in their houses no sign of gold or silver…or of any superfluity was to be seen…Blows, confinement in the stocks, imprisonment and chains, were all employed to enforce payment.”
(2) “Alfred Guillaume’s authoritative translation of the Sira of Ibn Ishaq presents in English the complete history of the life of Prophet Muhammad. No book can compare in comprehensiveness, arrangement, or systematic treatment with Ibn Ishaq’s work.” (Amazon review)
Abu jahl said to them: “Muhammad alleges that if you follow him you will be kings of the Arabs and the Persians. Then after death you will be raised to gardens like those of the Jordan. But if you do not follow him you will be slaughtered, and when you are raised from the dead you will be burned in the fire of hell.” The apostle[Muhammad] came out to them with a handful of dust saying: “I do say that.”