The path to Muslim violence.

Via Sultan Knish

Appeasing Muslims is the road to suicide and it appears the west is infested with politically correct suicidal leaders.

The Dangers of Legitimizing Muslim Grievances

There is no surer path to Muslim violence than through the legitimization of Muslim grievance. And once you accept the legitimacy of the grievance, then you are also bound to accept the legitimacy of the violence that follows.

Violence begins with grievance. Grievance is the pretext for violence and the narrative for the violence. Liberals make a fetish of separating the grievance from the violence, emphasizing constructive means of resolving the grievance. But what do you do when the grievance and the violence are inseparable?

Grievance is the stories that Muslims tell themselves to justify their violence. To explain why they kill children and why they murder the innocent. The list of grievances is an endless as the violence. Every act of violence carries its own narrative. The endless Muslim conflicts throughout the world all carry their burden of history. But it isn’t a history that can be resolved with a tolerance session.

Muslim grievances are the frustration of conquerors, the broken teeth of predators who weren’t allowed to feed on the world until their stomachs burst. All the lands they couldn’t conqueror, the peoples who rebelled against their rule, the inferior civilizations that pushed them back and drove them off. The swine who build skyscrapers and enjoy the fine things in life.  Read more…

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3 Responses to The path to Muslim violence.

  1. Hey Bob,

    I was just looking at my dashboard stats and I’ve just
    started getting a bunch of hits from Facebook.

    What does that mean?

    Also, I’ve decided to just ignore that troll. The novelty’s
    worn off the juvenile name calling, etc., and I caught
    an article somewhere last night about Fidel Castro’s
    niece’s recent Twitter experiences that said any internet
    media-savvy person knows not to feed the trolls, when
    you do they just keep coming back for more and more
    and it not only robs you of time and effort but serves to
    shift the discussion away from the pertinent topic(s). She
    had a huge problem with that and now I see how it works
    and the author was right.

    I’m not too “internet media-savvy” as any casual observer
    can probably tell at a glance, but hey, everybody’s gotta
    start somewhere…

    • boudicabpi says:

      Hey John,
      Not going to bother too much with him myself. Have other things more important. My b’day is Monday and my grandson Dylan took Jimmy shopping to get me something and if I don’t get Samantha tomorrow to wrap or Naomi, Ashley, his girl friend LeighAnne’s best friend said she will do it with him. Blessed, both he and I with so many good friends.
      Bob A.

    • INCOG MAN says:

      I do believe you did your share of name calling, giving me crap over the most insignificant misspellings, etc..

      It’s hilarious what you PC brainwashed hypocrites got to say.

      I asked you in all honesty to give my perspective serious consideration and all you could do is give me a huge ration of crap.

      Your brains are nothing but cottage cheese and you’ll never get it until it’s too late.

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