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Muslim terrorism will never, never end…but I know what’s coming

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Sunday night (Monday morning, technically) I came home after watching the Houston Astros win Game 5 of the World Series. I live in a gated apartment complex and I pay extra to do so in order to keep riff-raff out. I have a 5 year old son half of the time, who I want protected, and the gates are my first line of defense. There is a strict policy of no tailgating. Each resident is supposed to open the gate on their own and drive through individually. Lately tailgating has become popular and I had had enough that night when a small white car tried to follow me in.

I stopped just inside the gate and waited for the gate to close. This guy (or girl for all I knew at this point) decided to follow close enough to keep the gate from closing. You can debate the merits of my next actions until you’re blue in the face but I got out of my truck and shouted for the other driver to back off and open the gate on their own.

It turned out to be a man in his early 20,s of Middle Eastern origin, with a thick accent; from his clothing and speech almost certainly a Muslim. Now, as anyone who has read my work for any length of time knows, I’m a veteran of Afghanistan, and in my position I have seen some of the most horrific things imaginable at the hands of Muslims, even ones that were supposedly our friends. This has caused me to suffer from PTSD so badly that it cost me jobs, my marriage, and other relationships.

Encountering Middle Eastern people is nothing new in my part of town. They’re at the grocery store in mobs practically, dressed as if they still live wherever they came from. It doesn’t always cause an anxiety attack, but occasionally it does, and when this young man became belligerent I immediately went from mildly annoyed to full-blown Red Alert.

The encounter ended without a physical confrontation as I decided to be the bigger man and retreat. I settled upon contacting management the next day. I spent the entire night awake and ended up not going to work the next day. On Tuesday when I did get to the office I was shaking so badly my boss sent me home after half a day.

Of course, just a few hours later our nation suffered the latest attack by an Islamic militant. And that, dear readers, is why even after all this time I sometimes go to Red Alert when I encounter them.

Question time

Now, is EVERY Muslim that is here a terrorist? No.

But riddle me this: how do you tell the good ones from the bad? It’s certainly not by assimilation. Too many still wear desert garb. We’re not in a desert here. You’re not in your homeland. You left for a reason. Why are you still acting like you are?

Now, let me address the various liberal bleeding heart (and I include here the ridiculous self-righteous libertarian and neocon) arguments right away.

1) Not all Muslims are terrorists.

A: So I’ve already said. But if I handed you 10 Reese’s Pieces and told you 1 was poisoned, how many would you eat?

2) What about the Las Vegas shooter?

A: What about him? We still don’t have a clear motive and ISIS has claimed repeatedly he worked for them. Plus, the idea that we have our own killers here, so we should also let foreign killers in is patently insane.

3) (Insert various racism/Islamophobia crap here because you have no cogent argument.)

A) (Insert something my editor would probably rather I not say.)

The common thread

The fact is: There are many violent attacks in this country that have a common thread. San Bernardino. Orlando. 9-11. Many others. One common thread: Islam.

No, I didn’t say “radical Islam.” I don’t use that phrase. “Radical Islam” is a politically correct phrase designed by liberals so as not to seem “bigoted.”

Here’s my take on any religion: You now tell how devout a member of a religion is by how closely its followers mimic the founder of the religion. Buddhists to Buddha, Christians to Jesus, Muslims to Mohammed.

As a Christian I struggle every day. I WISH most days I was half as much like Christ as ISIS is to Mohammed.

You read that right. ISIS are the ones who imitate Mohammed most closely. They rape. They murder those who aren’t not Muslim, or not Muslim enough. They commit pedophilia. They practice slavery. They conquer. They infiltrate other countries as harmless “refugees” looking for handouts and then gather strength until they can take over. All is in accordance with the practices of Mohammed.

I don’t say things like “believe me” or “let me be clear” or “don’t doubt me.” Do research, REALLY research Mohammed if I don’t believe me. For Christians I highly recommend a book from former PLO terrorist-turned-Christian Walid Shoebat called “God’s War on Terror.” When you read it, keep in mind it was written more than 10 years ago. You’ll be amazed how many predictions in it have already come true.

**Spoiler Alert: Don’t read further if you don’t want to know Mr. Shoebat’s conclusion**

How it ends

The End Times story in the Bible and in Islamic teaching is remarkably similar. Their hero, the 12th Imam or “Mahdi” appears in the Bible as well, just under a different name. We call him the Antichrist.

The Ayatollah is telling his people that the Mahdi is among us now, and he will reveal himself when enough death and destruction has been committed. It doesn’t matter whether or not you believe this to be true. THEY believe it to be true. And this is why Muslims will never, NEVER stop trying to kill us and create mayhem.

“Radical” Muslims try to kill others now. “Moderate” Muslims believe the time to kill Infidels has not yet come, according to Mr. Shoebat. The moderates simply lie and gain entry to our nations to prepare for the day they DO need to attack.

Sorry Mr. President, “extreme vetting” won’t do. Keep them out. I have no illusions that it will stop it forever. God’s ultimate will is unstoppable. But maybe give us some more time to prepare?

And no, liberals, I don’t care what names you call me. I know the truth. You will too some day. THAT you can take to the bank. My PTSD isn’t only POST traumatic stress, but PRE traumatic stress. I know what’s coming. The signs are all there for those wise enough to see it. I don’t fear the eventual outcome. God has that in control. But even Jesus wept on the eve of his pain and suffering, as do I.

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5 reasons President Trump should consider Allen West for Chief of Staff

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5 reasons President Trump should consider Allen West for Chief of Staff

It’s not a secret I’m a fan of Lt. Gen. Allen West. From his time in Congress when I first started following his career to his post-DC days when he became even more influential through speeches and writing, I’ve seen West as a guy I’d love to see in the White House. There seems to be a spot coming open soon. West is the guy to insert into the position.

Here are five reasons he’s the perfect choice:

No-Nonsense leader

John Kelly is also a non-nonsense leader. It was his greatest strength in the position and the reason why many things were cleaned up in the White House within weeks after he took over the role. The President doesn’t need to completely change those things that were working. West will continue (and likely improve) the smooth running among White House staff.

Actual conservative credentials

There really isn’t a whole lot to add. West is a conservative. He values the strengths within our Republic and will honorably defend the Constitution until his final breath is taken. If the White House can use anything, it’s an infusion of conservatism.

Loyalty to a pro-American agenda

President Trump wants to make America great again. Lt. Col. West has worked most of his adult life to make that dream come true. He is a true patriot who wants the best for America and Americans.

He’ll challenge the President privately

If the President is looking for a “yes man,” he should probably skip West. He has never been one to simply go with the flow without voicing his opinion. This is one of the reasons he left DC in the first place. It’s also a trait that will serve the President well leading up to the 2020 election. If the President really wants someone who isn’t afraid to voice his opinions, he’ll find that in West.

He’ll support the President publicly

Unlike many who have passed through the White House in the last two years, West is not a gossip. He isn’t going to badmouth the President to journalists, pen anonymous articles for the New York Times, or tolerate leaks from anyone on the staff. Even if he disagrees with the President, you won’t find a hint of that in the press.

There are few people in the world who would serve the nation in the role of White House Chief of Staff better than Allen West. If President Trump wants an honorable and intelligent person by his side, he should get on the phone with West immediately.

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Trump, GOP will work with Dems to add global warming legislation to infrastructure spending

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Trump GOP will work with Dems to add global warming legislation to infrastructure spending

As 2018 winds to a close and the failed two-year experiment giving Trump, McConnell, and Ryan complete control of Washington breathes its last, Democrats have been busy charting a course correction after having their agenda temporarily knocked off course in 2016.

I wrote last week about how Democrats would be placing a new focus on their Democratic Socialist-inspired agenda in a host of areas from gun control to global warming. In that piece, I introduced you to the Green New Deal, a plan being promoted by Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democratic Socialist from New York.

The goal of the Green New Deal is to pass laws in Washington forcing the United States to become 100 percent dependent on so-called green energy. And while it’s tempting to write-off Ocasio-Cortez’s plan to create an environmental Xanadu as nothing more than the naïve rantings of a textbook left-wing loon — which she is, by the way — the reality is that Al Gore’s Church of Global Warming is about to experience a revival.

Since the Democrats will control the House, it’s a given that the global warming agenda will be advanced under Nancy Pelosi’s “leadership.” But what about the Senate?

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) wrote in an open letter to Donald Trump on Friday that the United States’ transition to renewable energy “must” be included in the infrastructure spending debate expected to take place in 2019.

“It is crucial that we immediately enact legislation to combat climate change and create millions of jobs. Therefore, any clean infrastructure package considered in 2019 must include policies and funding to transition to a clean energy economy and mitigate risks that the United States is already facing due to climate change.”

So, who cares? Right? After all, the Senate is still under GOP control and Trump could always veto the bill even if it makes it through the Senate.

Well, besides the fact that Trump has NEVER used his veto pen — probably because he’s been busy using his executive order pen to destroy the Second Amendment — he and the GOP love big-government spending as much as the Democrats.

You may recall that Trump announced in his first State of the Union address — and repeated in his second — plans to spend $1 trillion or more on infrastructure. On top of that, Republicans in the House released an infrastructure-spending plan back in July when they were busy trying to buy votes in the hope that it would save their majority.

By the way, the GOP would pay for their Obama-esque infrastructure plan by raising gasoline taxes by 15-cents-a-gallon and diesel taxes by 20-cents-a-gallon. It would also raise taxes on a host of “green transportation” alternatives, such as: bikes, bicycle tires, and car batteries. All of these tax increases are supported by Trump.

I can hear the cult now; “Trump said last week that he doesn’t believe in global warming, and he called on the world to end the ‘ridiculous‘ Paris climate agreement that he withdrew the U.S. from last summer.”

As is usually the case when it comes to Donald Trump, nothing he says can be counted on.

First, Trump has pretty much made Ivanka his climate czar and she’s a devotee to Al Gore’s global warming religion. Second, Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement was in-name-only. In the same speech where he announced the withdrawal, Trump made a commitment to negotiate a way to get back in it. Third, to borrow a phrase from Al Gore, we have the “inconvenient truth” that only days after his 2016 victory, Trump said in an interview that he believes there is “some connectivity” between humans and climate change.

The Democrats will control the agenda in 2019. And when you add Trump’s lack of any firm convictions, his past commitment to work with “Chuck and Nancy,” his 2020 aspirations, and his love of big government, then a budget-busting infrastructure bill that includes some or all of the Green New Deal is pretty much a done deal.

Originally posted on StridentConservative.com.

 


David Leach is the owner of The Strident Conservative. His daily radio commentary is distributed by the Salem Radio Network and is heard on stations across America.

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Binge-worthy show: The Night Manager shows why Tom Hiddleston should be the next James Bond

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Binge-worthy show The Night Manager shows why Tom Hiddleston should be the next James Bond

He’s too posh. He’s too pretty. He isn’t intimidating. He’s too big as a Marvel character. There are many reasons people have dismissed the notion of Tom Hiddleston playing the role of James Bond in the famed series. All of these reasons can be dismissed by watching The Night Manager.

Available on Amazon, the AMC-BBC collaboration is six episodes long. There are reports that it could be brought back for another series, but if it never comes back, rest assured the single series is still worth a watch. The funny part is that Hiddleston might be the main draw, but he’s not even the best overall performance. That honor goes to Hugh Laurie, the well-mannered villain of the show.

As usual, no spoilers.

Much effort is put into making the beautiful people look as beautiful as possible in lovely settings even when things get crazy. It opens with Hiddleston cutting through a crowd of protesters just prior to the ousting of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in 2011. He’s on his way to work to engage in his craft as a manager at a high-end hotel in Cairo. Even through the chaos, Hiddleston holds an air of separation from both the protesters and the military holding them back. And he does all this while wearing cargo pants and an untucked linen dress shirt.

This is where the presence of Hiddleston comes into play and demonstrates why he would be able to play James Bond. His sharp eyes announce he’s not to be reckoned with while simultaneously charming the observer. As one character later notes, “Everybody is attracted to you.”

The men want to be on his side and the women (and one man) want him to be by their side.

His impish grin may have been perfect for playing Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it takes a more menacing turn in The Night Manager. We realize there’s grit behind his boyish looks that betrays two tours in Iraq and a personal grudge he’s held with him for years. If Daniel Craig brought emotionless chills to the Bond character, Hiddleston would bring an emotional fortitude. He’s only truly happy when he’s doing the right thing, which may go against the stereotypes associated with a world-class assassin, but luckily we’re in a world where stereotypes are being broken.

There’s another reason Hiddleston would be the right person for the role. Unfortunately, it’s a political one. Some are pushing for a minority or a woman to take the role to the next level. There’s nothing wrong with this as long as it’s done with the most qualified person in mind and not just to make a political statement about inclusion. With Hiddleston, it’s an opportunity to use the same formula while mitigating the damage that is sure to come if they don’t select a minority or a woman. Everyone likes Hiddleston. He’ll make the passing on a controversial choice easier to swallow.

There’s even a scene when he orders a vodka martini at a bar in Cairo. It was the most obvious nod to the Bond franchise they could have made without asking for the drink to be shaken.

If you only watch The Night Manager to verify my Bond assertions, so be it. If you watch it for its great acting, engaging espionage, and brilliant storyline, well that’s even better. Either way, get your six-hour binging snacks ready.

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