“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero
That was until recently. Since the San Bernardino Islamic terrorist attack, attempting to survive treason from within is now a fact of daily life.
For many American citizens, the murder of nearly 3,000 of our own on 9/11 by Muslim fanatics was a wake-up call. The naïve way many of us had viewed the world melted under shattering reality in the space of one chilling morning.
Unfortunately, after the immediate shock passed, most went back to sleep and stayed asleep. Just seven years later, a man with a Muslim name and sympathies, Barack Hussein Obama, was elected president, and four years later, was re-elected. Now after Paris and San Bernardino, it couldn’t be clearer that he sides with the enemy. God help us.
Paris and San Bernardino brought some of the post-9-11 reality back to us – that Muslims represent a clear and present danger. It was another wake-up call for some, and for others, another opportunity to deny their country’s need for self-preservation by siding with the enemy.
The deniers are cowards – and traitors.
In this environment, one man, Donald Trump, dared to voice what was on the minds of millions of Americans, and called for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the U.S., until we can get a grip on our nation’s security. Knowing the administration’s desire to overrun us with Muslims, Trump’s position makes a whole lot of sense.
Unless you’re a Quran-believing Muslim, liberal or RINO Republican.
Many from these groups jumped on Trump, calling him “crazy.” Aging boxing legend Muhammad Ali called on fellow Muslims “to stand up to those who use Islam to advance their own personal agenda.”
Yet in my new book, “The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood,” I point out how Ali refused to stand up for fellow Muslim Malcolm X when the Nation of Islam turned against him. Malcolm was threatened, and finally murdered by NOI members, with no help from “the greatest.” What a phony.
Former basketball great (and celebrated Muslim) Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wrote that Trump’s claims have “elevated him to the level of a James Bond supervillain. And like those villains, he is doomed to failure.” I write about Kareem’s hypocrisy in my book as well.
Muslim youth in Michigan said Trump’s plan to put a temporary hold on Muslim immigration was “dangerous, downright crazy.”
But just who is dangerous and downright crazy? I say that Muslims who kill innocent men, women, and children fit the description quite well.
No Republican presidential candidate has backed Trump’s proposal. But Americans who identify as Republicans love the idea – according to a Bloomberg poll, 65 percent of Republican respondents favored it, as did 37 percent of all respondents.
Yet the Republican Party itself is reportedly actively preparing to stop Trump at the convention. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus offered an unprecedented rebuke of the leading candidate of his own party: “We need to aggressively take on radical Islamic terrorism, but not at the expense of our values.”
Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan said, “What was proposed … is not what this party stands for. And more importantly, it’s not what this country stands for.” Ryan is already backing amnesty for illegal aliens; now he’s siding with the Muslim invaders. He’s worse than John Boehner.
Hillary Clinton said, “We’ve got to do everything we can to weed out hate and plant love and kindness.” Hillary talking about love and kindness? That’s rich!
Another Democrat candidate, Martin O’Malley (famous for backing down from his statement that “all lives matter” at an event with Black Lives Matter), actually visited a mosque instead of supporting the security of American citizens. Any wonder why I refer to these people as traitors?
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal took to Twitter to call Trump “a disgrace … to all America.” Trump, in characteristic style, tweeted back, calling him a “dopey” prince who “wants to control our politicians with daddy’s money. Can’t do it when I get elected. #Trump2016.”
This all points to the insanity of today’s world, where Muslim savages follow a seventh-century madman who grew up without his father, and waged bloody jihad against Jews, Christians and other “infidels.” And yet, almost all of our leaders – instead of standing against the atrocities committed by members of the “religion of peace” – are actually supporting their reign of terror by doing nothing to stop it. Worse, they’re actively working against the few who – like Donald Trump – are standing up for the American people.
They are cowards, and they are traitors.
For the sake of our survival, the American people must once again become the leaders, and reject those whose madness and cowardice will only lead to our subjugation.