Is “enough” really enough in the war against Islamic terrorism? Finally, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is saying that it is. But what does that really mean?
In the United States, we followed the same liberal policies that Europe has implemented in regards to refugees and immigration. As a result, we risk running the same consequences.
I don’t know about you, but when I go to bed at night, I lock my doors. I don’t leave the keys in my car when I’m not with it.
Because if I leave the doors open to what’s important to me it will get stolen!
That’s exactly what has been going on. The Obama administration was warned by the intelligence agencies for years that we risked letting in the bad guys who seek to do us harm.
Before I go any further, why do they seek to do us harm?
Because their goal is not to assimilate into our society. It’s to hostile take it over and convert all non-believers of Islam at all costs. I shared specific verses from the Koran last week in this article.
We are naive and foolish to believe that many want to be in our countries for the same reasons our forefathers came here. They didn’t come for a better life.
Here is the danger… for one stop dividing Americans. It’s not Islamophobic to recognize that one religion is causing chaos around the globe. It’s one religion that is beheading, killing, and slaughtering those who don’t join their caliphate’s and proclaim their God.
It’s common sense!
Second, when terrorist do create chaos we lose more and more of our freedoms and liberties as the government re-actively controls the situation when what the should have been doing is proactively engaging.
Regardless of what you have been told and believe about the ban, we are fools to let people into this country from war-torn areas that were created by ISIS and Al Qaeda. They don’t have birth certificates, employment records, criminal records or any other kind of record for that matter.
All we are doing is opening the door to our country and hoping that the bad guys don’t come in… how’s that working for Great Britain, France, and Germany?