The Oslo Terrorist's 'Counter-Jihad' Ideology

CuriousLurker7/24/2011 7:22:36 pm PDT

Okay, it’s getting late and I have stuff to do in preparation for Monday, so I’m just coming back for this one last comment.

re: #535 Petero1818

I personally have no problem with Muslim immigration. I do however believe that we, just as Europe has now, will face tensions in society from muslim immigrants whose values may be inconsistent with our own as embodied in our Charter, and our laws. Their numbers, and the birth rates as well as it being a proselytizing religion, mean that the dangers are far different than those that were talked about when Jews were immigrating.

You say you have no problem with Muslim immigration, but you sound awfully concerned about its “dangers”.

Personally, I’m rather more worried about the proselytizing Christians vying to be the GOP presidential candidate at the moment as they’re currently the ones talking about Biblical law in relation to the Constitution & governing the country. Their views are inconsistent with said Constitution, and I don’t appreciate their attempts at historical revisionism. Still, like them or not, they are part of “US”. (Pun intended.)

I don’t keep tabs on everything that Muslims do in Canada & Europe, so I can’t speak to what happens in soup kitchens in France. What I can say is that I don’t want to live under a theocracy—not a Muslim one, or a Christian one, or a Jewish one, or a Hindu one, etc.

If I wanted to live under Sharia, it would be easy enough for me to emigrate to somewhere that I could. I have neither the time nor the energy to go to the trouble of out-breeding all the non-Muslims, supplanting the Constitution with the Qur’an, and “dhimmifying” all of you in pursuit of the New Global Caliphate™. //

As an American Muslim I expect fair treatment under under our laws, same as everyone else. That is all. Our government has a legislative branch to handle the process making of new laws, a judicial one to serve as a check in explaining & applying those laws, and an executive branch to steer the ship. The system is far from perfect, but it’s the best out there (IMO) and I’ll trust it (within reason) to keep the ship afloat and on course. I unhesitatingly say let the new immigrants keep coming from wherever—we’ll work it out.