One way to do that, in the 21st century, is to claim that "Islam is a religion of peace.
The Religion of the Easily Offended and the people who accommodate it Politicians try to win elections without hurting anyone's feelings. One way to do that, in the 21st century, is to claim that "Islam is a religion of peace.
Stereotypes don't just appear out of nowhere. Muslims have actively and deliberately developed a reputation as irrational, homicidal fanatics, whose religious beliefs are the inverse of those we consider traditional.
They insist on living in countries where they are not welcome, to take advantage of freedom and capitalism while simultaneously working to destroy those countries. And instead of quietly assimilating in "western" culture, the Muslims squawk constantly about how offensive it is, and demand that we change to suit them.
It makes no sense. Most recently, Muslims have been offended by FBI "training materials that portray Islam as a religion of violence or with a tendency towards violence. Criticism of Islam is forbidden in some places. That's an interesting strategy, but I predict it won't help their public relations campaign as long as Muslims keep committing random acts of terrorism in this country and elsewhere.
Don't Make the Muslims Angry.
The world's one billion Muslims, whose delicate emotions are always infuriated by something, enforce an Islamic status quo in which no non-Muslim dares to violate the Muslim superiority complex.
A Danish newspaper can't print cartoons that a few Imams don't like or the billion Muslims will get angry.
Burger King can't have ice cream that Muslims think resembles the name of their god or a billion Muslims will get angry.
America can't defend itself against Islamic terrorism or a billion Muslims will get angry. Jews in Israel and Christians in Egypt can't have their civil rights or a billion Muslims will get angry.
Some might say that the billion Muslims are just looking for things to get angry at Islam is not a race but an expressly prescribed religious and political ideology. One that demands violence of its ardent supporters. Leftism is a prescribed ideology that demands the tolerance of any "marginalized minorities," be it perceived or otherwise.
When it came to calling our enemy "Islamic terrorists" the left refused. When it came to placing the security of its own, free people over that of Islamic, Syrian refugees, the left refused.
When the Muslims demand sympathy in claiming to be falsely maligned, the left immediately obliges. A French police officer who heroically saved a hostage from an ISIS terrorist will not be honored in public over fears of offending Muslims. Arnaud Beltrame, a police officer from Marseille, France, negotiated with an ISIS terrorist during a March hostage situation in which he traded himself for a female hostage and was later stabbed to death.Deviant Reactions to the College Pressure Cooker: A Test of General Strain Theory on Undergraduate Students in the United States AUTHOR(S) Smith, Tony R.; Langenbacher, Michael; Kudlac, Christopher; Fera, Adam G.
Deviant Reactions to the College Pressure Cooker: A Test of General Strain Theory on Undergraduate Students in the United States By Smith, Tony R.; Langenbacher, Michael; Kudlac, Christopher; Fera, Adam G.
All of the venues where these mass shootings have taken place had published NO GUN policies.
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This is a discussion of Islam, especially violent radical Islam, and its effect on US national security and the stability of our American culture. Militant Islamism is headed toward world domination, despite its claims to be a religion of peace. Islam is not just another way to God. It is incompatible with Christianity.
If Christianity is true and valid then Islam cannot be. Deviant Reactions to the College Pressure Cooker: A Test of General Strain Theory on Undergraduate Students in the United States Tony R.
Smith, Michael Langenbacher, Christopher Kudlac and Adam G. Fera.