Saturday, November 07, 2009

Fort Hood shooting

Should I say something or not? Have I said enough already?
I am sorrowed by the events in the news but not surprised. Is it appropriate to be surprised?
Not for me, and should I say, "wake up America!" ?

How much tragedy do you Americans need to suffer? Wasn't 9/11 enough of a wake up call?

Well, consider this, how many Muslims in America?
Think of that number as the total of sleeper agents waiting for a wake call, a call to arms, a call to destroy America.

Another C.I.A. failure...or should it be an F.B.I. failure?

Of course nobody wants mass hysteria and a targeting of Muslims for discrimination wouldn't be acceptable. Maybe that's because there are too many Muslims in America and they are mostly black.
There you have it, I've said too much already.


Jeannie said...

Dangerous words.

Baconeater said...

Islam is dangerous because it doesn't respect the Golden Rule at its core.

Hypocritical too, most are. They have a strong belief in the concept of Muslim land, and that is why the anti-Israeli bias, yet they have no problem living in Western lands.

Collectively they feel that Westerners do not belong on "Muslim Lands."

Alice in Wonderland said...

Agree with Jeannie on this. Even here in England we have it too.
Tomorrow is Remembrance Sunday, the closest Sunday to the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. That is our "Poppy Day". But these fundamentalists read the Koran all wrong. It's not about hate or killing, it's just these despots that have made things the way they are! Life should be love and peace, not hatred and killing. These people take things too far, and for what?

Lexcen said...

There is a question that will linger in all our minds. Can any Muslim be trusted?

Jeannie said...

I think some can be trusted, yes.

Those being nominal Muslims. Parents are Muslim but the kids have chosen to assimilate. Generally, they end up stating they aren't Muslim and never were...

Damien said...


People have to be reminded of the danger out there. People who still don't get it, need to get it. If you think something needs to be said about this tragedy that isn't being said or at least not being said enough, say it.