Is it time to eliminate the Muslim problem? Is it time to begin removing these evil things from the face of the earth?
Would mankind not be better off if these animals were just liquidated? Perhaps, then, it is time for Russia, China, the U.S., and the remainder of the nuclear armed countries to reduce their arsenals though the targeted detonations on Muslim cities (primary, secondary, and tertiary), defense facilities, and Mosques around the world. Perhaps all of their hospitals, factories, and other life-sustaining infrastructures could be targeted as well.
We all know that if this is not done that the carnage will continue. Civilized man will be forced to suffer and to wrestle with all of the problems that co-existence has brought us. Would it not be better to eliminate all of them at once, rather than to kill one or two at a time after they have killed several hundred innocents, or one or two hundred at a time after they have killed thousands?
In the United States, the President, it is rumored, is a Muslim. His administration is cozy with islamists of all stripes. His Homeland Security is marching lock-step to his orders. Even at the cost of American Citizen’s lives. Just today, we had more Citizens harmed. Attacks and murders of our own military and civilian population cannot be referred to as terrorism. As the West accommodates these killing machines, they spread and infiltrate into everything they can.
Of course, civilized man will never consider such a thing. But is that all that makes us civilized? Our collective stupidity? What is the moral thing to do when dealing with immoral beings? Is not an amoral act justified, and who is to say that this would be an amoral act?
Lost in our world of prepping (of preparing), we too often fail to address the importance of things like continuance. Who are we? What shall we be?
We are not a prescient people, but will we know what to do when the time arrives in America?
Will we find our lost morality? Will it, like our common sense, be returned to us? Will we be up to the difficult tasks that will lay before us? And is this something we can afford to overlook? Does this not, then, warrant guidance from a higher power?
Then I must decide, now. Where the moralities of others end, and my own prevail. What I am willing to suffer, and what I am not.