Monday, November 16, 2015

A WORD ON TERRORISM, THE ATTACK ON PARIS AND POLITICAL CORRECTNESS




   Seldom do I get into the political fray, but the woman in this video certainly did say quite a mouthful... Political correctness and worrying about offending everyone is a mindset that gives the aggressive full license to tread on whomever they wish with little to no consequence. I am in no way supportive of mindless war or the taking of lives for political or monetary gain. I am wholeheartedly against racism and categorizing a whole group of people for the actions of a few. I believe in the freedom of religion and personally feel that there is a beauty and truth in all of the diverse spiritual paths. But when someone comes into your country and starts slaughtering the innocent, like they did in Paris this weekend, we have to learn to stand up and say enough is enough.

    When we see the leaders of other nations on public television chanting with millions of people, death to America and death to Israel and also threatening to shed blood in Europe; we need to answer that demonstration and not just smile at it and turn our backs and wait for them to kick in our front door and kill innocent people in cold blood. The United States, and the rest of the civilized world need to take a stand and stop playing the nonsensical PC games. If we do not, the enemy will triumph and there will come a day when many will regret this foolish path they have chosen.

 Think about it, if someone came to your neighborhood and started beating up all of your neighbors and their families; and then came and stood in your front yard and threatened to beat the life out of you and your children every day, would you chuckle to yourself and say that he really didn't mean it and was a poor misguided individual? Would you be afraid to answer him back because you're afraid that you might offend someone by something you might say? I highly doubt that any sane person would take this route. But yet, we take it on a global scale and somehow feel that the outcome will be different because it's not standing right in our own front yard...YET...



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