Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Why Do We Fight? How Do We Win?

Some people think our military is out in foreign lands defending our homeland from "terrorists". Some people think we have to fight them there, so we'll never have to fight them here. But chances are if you're reading this site, you already know the uncomfortable truth that the average American is entirely ignorant of: we--the average Americans--are the soldiers on the front line.

And we know that the "terrorists" are not just terrorists, they're jihadists--Islamic jihadists, and we know that, from some cave in the Hindu Kush, they cannot hurt us in America, unless we deny that the jihad that's being waged against us is a core tenet of Islam and we invite jihad through the front door.

We know that our government, from the top of the federal government to the bottom of most of our local governments, cannot speak the truth about jihad, because, since the average American, poisoned by political-correctness, has no idea what Islam and jihad is, if they spoke this offensive truth their careers would be destroyed.

So where does that leave us, the tortured few who, like Cassandra, sometimes seem to be blessed to know the future but cursed to not be believed? As we know when we hear leaders like President Bush, Condi Rice, Tony Blair, and others, extol the universal virtues of Islam (the benevolence that is at the heart of Islam, as Condi Rice put it ridiculously), politics is all about expediency. Again, if they speak this offensive truth in this current poltical environment, they'll be destroyed by the PC stormtroopers of the ACLU, CAIR, and the LMSM. The first victory in this war will be our greatest and most important. That victory is achieved by transforming the political environment so that it becomes politically-expedient to speak the truth about Islam and seek solutions to the problem.

And that battle is ours alone, and that is why we're here. That is why Kafir Nation exists, that is why Jihad/Dhimmi Watch exists, that is why Orianna Falacci is on trial, that is why Ayan Hirsi Ali is making the sequel to Submission , and that is why the creator of the first Submission film, Theo van Gogh, unwittingly gave his life. That is why I am here, and that is why I'll never stop fighting. We're all fighting--Robert Spencer, Ibn Warraq, Bat Ye'or, Srdja Trifkovic, Ayan Hirsi Ali and others risk their lives, and Van Gogh gave his--to tell the truth about Islam so that our government and the PC-elite stop patting Muslims on the back every time jihadists kill, assuring them they know this has nothing to do with Islam. The average American needs to be aware that jihad is not just an act of open warfare, but a means to an end: the elimination of Dar al-Harb, the establishment of global Dar al-Islam and the return of the Caliphate.

And thus we should not use this site as a platform to bitch about how our government is an unwitting agent of jihad--Allah's useful idiots. First and formost we should get it through our skulls that our government cannot/will not help us at this time. This site is for us to learn, to teach, and to show to others who are willing to learn, so that they can begin this cycle anew for themselves, and slowly, from the grass-roots up, turn the volume up on our message so that the government will have no choice but to listen. A day will come when they will stand to lose just as much by doing nothing as they stand to lose by acting and speaking out today.

That is our fight, that is our goal, and I've never believed in anything so strongly in my life. Thank you for having me.

8 Comments:

Blogger Leslie said...

Truly inspirational Ibn
Thanks for the great post

6:55 PM  
Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

There are others who intend to help in the fight.

6:16 PM  
Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

We're in this for the long haul and Islam is the enemy.

6:16 PM  
Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

We are in this for the long haul and the enemy is radical Islam.

6:17 PM  
Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

We are in this for the long haul and radical Islam is the enemy.

6:18 PM  
Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

We are in this for the long haul and radical Islam is the enemy.

6:18 PM  
Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

sorry didn't see that you had to approve, apologize for that.

6:19 PM  
Blogger Ibn_Iblis said...

No such thing as radical Islam. It's only radical to non-Muslims. You know, civilized people.

1:19 PM  

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