America’s war with Islam – where Bill O’Reilly is wrong

1st Amendment vs. Sharia

Sharia Law vs. the U.S. Constitution and the 1st Amendment:  Is the pen truly mightier than the sword?  The Left is all for freedom to offend when it comes to denigrating Christians, but all for censorship when Christians push back.

“America will never be at war with Islam.” – Barack Obama

The problem with this belief is that Islam is at war with America – and we are losing.  After the failed Jihadi attack on the cartoonists in Garland, TX, a great debate has broken out.  But the debate is not about the violence of the Islamic religion and the evils of Jihad.  The argument is over the righteousness of openly mocking a religion.

O’Reilly and Rev. Graham say Mohammad cartoons should not be

In one respect, a media pundit like Bill O’Reilly and the esteemed Rev. Franklin Graham are right.  It’s not nice to mock others.  As Christians we certainly have detested the mockery and blasphemy directed at our faith in Jesus Christ.  And as Jesus taught, we should do unto others as we would have them do unto us.

But Jesus was speaking of how to behave toward each other in a civilized world wherein people act badly.  He taught how to confront those who would act sinfully, maliciously, do immoral deeds and act wickedly, not how to confront savages who only want to kill you or enslave you.  There is nothing civilized about war, and in war it is not only right, but it is fair to fight fire with fire.

Rush Limbaugh responds to O’Reilly

Most Americans have no idea they are currently the victims of a war that Islam has waged on the world since its inception and they need to have their eyes opened.  They believe the teachings of Mohammad to be benign and have no knowledge or understanding of how Mohammad lived his life and taught his religion.  They believe when they are told that Jihad is an “inner struggle” against wickedness in the heart, which is a deception Mohammad used to spread Islam.

The truth about Islam is that, unlike Christianity that, as properly taught by Jesus, gives people the liberty to choose Christ or reject Him, Islam only offers submission or oppression.  True, Christians have inflicted their religion on others in the past, but mostly to eliminate their pagan religions that preach the gloriousness of destroying others not of one’s tribe.  Some corrupt men have occupied the throne of the papacy, and there have been many wicked men who inflicted harm on others in the name of Christ, but for the most part Christianity is as Jesus taught.

Mohammad, on the other hand, was extremely violent, even downright murderous in his enactment of his religion.  He waged a war to force his religion on the people of Mecca and the Arabian Peninsula.  After his death, his followers led armies of fanatics in Jihad into Europe, Asia, and Africa.

“ISIS is not Islamic,” says Barack Obama.

This is a lie and he knows it!  The Jihadis of ISIS are not violating the teachings of Mohammad.  They are following his teachings precisely as laid out in the Koran and the Hadith.  Obama has aided in the unleashing of the Jihad in the Middle East and around the world by his open assistance of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Islam vs. 1st Amendment

Had the two Jihadis that attacked Garland, TX been successful, no doubt the liberal media would have extolled the tragedy that these poor, dumb hicks brought evil down on their own heads.  But because one courageous Garland police officer literally stopped them dead in their tracks, they instead condemn Pamela Geller and the participants for instigating the attack.  This is the same as blaming a pretty woman for being raped because she put on make-up.

What Ms. Geller did was bring out the truth of Islam, that it is a religion of hate, violence, oppression, and slavery.  While taqiyya, the practice of deception as advocated by Mohammad, is being practiced by those who are spreading Islam into the West, some Imams are speaking the truth.  The truth of Islam is that Islamists want to inflict Sharia Law on the world and are waging a Jihad to do so, and they will not stop until all people are under the boot of Mohammad and his god Allah.


Imam Anjem Choudary wants Pamela Geller executed under Sharia Law

This isn’t happening in Saudi Arabia, or Yemen, or Iran.  This is here in America!  Americans have a choice; do they continue to allow the religion of Islam to spread into the land of the free until it becomes strong enough to subvert our laws and take away our freedoms through democracy, or do they push this fascist religion back before it becomes a revolution to overthrow the greatest nation in the history of the world?

American atheist socialists are allying with Islamists to crush Christianity in America.  They have been suppressing Christian teachings in schools and extolling the virtues of Islam.  Like the Communists allying with the Nazis at the beginning of WWII, they will rue the day they believed that the enemy of their enemy is their friend.

Islam is spreading out of the Middle East where it has been held in check for centuries, emerging in Europe and America in what they know as the Grand Jihad, the infiltration of the West.  Is America still the home of the brave?  Or will we cower under the lash of Islam?

Pamela Geller and others who seek to bring out the truth of Islam are now under threat of death by this foreign power.  Leftists call her exhibition “extremist” speech.  Saying ‘Christians eat babies’ is extremist; saying Islamic Jihad is murderous oppression is just telling the truth.  The real question is; what are Americans going to do about it?

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10 Responses to America’s war with Islam – where Bill O’Reilly is wrong

  1. dustyk103 says:

    Dido Hami

    JEWS Take Beating, Muslim Saves Them
    Come my dear fellow beings,…
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    Dusty Koellhoffer One good man does not make an entire culture good anymore than one bad man makes an entire culture bad. Bigotry is bigotry no matter which side you take.
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    • Rick Jones says:

      “one bad man makes an entire culture bad”

      Yes, but an endless never-ending parade of media reports of Islamic terrorist attacks in every corner of this planet, day in, and day out, month after month, year after year, decade after decade, until one’s eyes bleed from reading it all, sure does.

      And surprise, it’s not bigotry to notice.

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    • D Brown says:

      It’s a good think to be bigoted against a geopolitical totalitarian ideology that mandates world domination and the oppression of women. Islamic writings are more political than religious therefore shouldn’t be afforded religious protections. Any ideology that penalizes criticism falls under the category of fascism.

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  2. Bill says:

    I was at the event at Garland, TX; no one was talking about killing or even harming/hating Muslims. Most of the Liberals and the media cannot wrap themselves around the big picture of what happened in Garland (but instead are focusing on the organizers of the event); these two Jihadist were here…on American soil…waiting for a “target.” How many more out there are waiting for “a target?” How many? The Liberals can’t seem to grasp this fact; if you are not a Moslem, then you are an enemy of Islam and a potential “target.” That “target” could have just as easily been a “gay pride” parade. Being Liberal does not make you immune to a Jihadist attack.


  3. dustyk103 says:

    Dusty Koellhoffer • 16 hours ago
    While O’Reilly certainly came up short along with Ingraham, I wonder about Jeanine Pirro? I’m trying to ask her about your interview with her and why you came away saying she didn’t follow up her words with actions?

    The great debate over the righteousness of the efficacy of inciting Jihadis
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    ridgerunner Dusty Koellhoffer • 16 hours ago
    This is not horseshoes. If folks come away wondering where you stand, you are not standing right.
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    Fromafar ridgerunner • 13 hours ago
    And as we know in “horseshoe’s”…..
    Closeness only counts in horseshoe’s, hand handgrenades…….and nuclear devices…
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    ridgerunner Fromafar • 13 hours ago
    When the question being asked is “What do you thing about freedom and liberty” and the answer is “We don’t want to hurt the Muslim’s feelings”, you know you are dealing with traitors.
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    Fromafar ridgerunner • 13 hours ago
    Well….at least the grotesquely uninformed, unaware of their own impeding loss of liberty; eyes wide shut.

    Or, the Alinsky Left (which to my mind is one and the same).
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    ridgerunner Fromafar • 13 hours ago
    Yep – the effect is the same.
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    Dusty Koellhoffer ridgerunner • 6 minutes ago
    Pirro leaves no doubt where she stands when she makes her monologue. I’m wondering if Pamela is judging her based on her questions or if she spoke with her afterwards. If the latter then she is justified in her opinion. If she bases her opinion on the questions which were meant to give Pamela the opportunity to make her case, then she is in error.

    If I make the argument as Devil’s Advocate because I understand how liberals think and what answers they need to come to understanding, does that make me a liberal?
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    Fromafar Dusty Koellhoffer • 13 hours ago
    Judge Pirro had a strong “opening statement” and I think she then went into devil’s advocate mode. I give her more credit than the rest of the ORongly types, (OReilly was just WRONG), but as she is an opinion show, she should have been clearer about her support of Pam Geller in the body of the interview.
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    ridgerunner Fromafar • 13 hours ago
    Compromise is impossible when our freedom is up for grabs. Pirro either comes out clearly or she cannot be counted on as reliable in the fight. Ever seen Pamela misunderstood? Even once? Ever seen Cruz misunderstood? Patrick Henry misunderstood? Ronald Reagan?
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    Fromafar ridgerunner • 13 hours ago
    I feel “our pain” (I too was more than a bit disappointed).
    Let’s see what her next move is on the subject matter and that will be the tale of the take.
    Ingraham got a chance for a “do over” and doubled down.
    She, like ORongly, was just plain WRONG……
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    ridgerunner Fromafar • 13 hours ago
    Even a dog will bark when his master is being attacked. I want to see Pirro throw an old-fashioned run away, mule spookin’, stem-winding, spittin’ fit over our loss of freedom. No parsing words, no splitting hairs – but lay it on the line. There is nothing in the middle of the road but a yellow strip and dead possums.
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    Fromafar ridgerunner • 12 hours ago
    You made me laugh….:-))) You’re right.
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    Sunflowers Fromafar • 11 hours ago
    I laughed too, isn’t that the point? So a few of the lesser known also said I believe in Free Speech, but. Only a few of the stalwarts show their commitment to free speech. I am sorely disappointed in Piro and Ingraham, they had a chance to stand up and didn’t. Pity they didn’t have the commitment or the calling to stand up with a hero of this age, Pam Geller. I understand family commitments, but surely your sisterhood should make you support Pam Geller. Period. No BUTS. I am really angry with today’s women, they don’t seem to have a sense of themselves as women, just waiting for someone to tell them whether they have stepped over the line. Pamela Geller and I agree that is the sharia. Check it out, you check things out with your friends or talk about an article and see if you are not self censoring. That is probably sharia. Not enough examples, but think about it in your local) paper, your town, not to mention MSM, we ….are already self enforcing sharia law. Campbell’s soup has already pissed me off in Canada by having Tomato Soup called halal, you can see it on their label. Why should a vegetarian soup be halal? Money to an imam to bless the soup? Lookfor the crescent on the can, I have had interesting conversations!! I have been distracted. Pamela Geller is a hero and we must pay attention to her.
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    Dusty Koellhoffer Fromafar • 4 minutes ago
    Every statement we make is based on the time we have to make it. We can’t say everything we want or mean in the time allotted us. One interview is not enough to come to a conclusion about anything. Everyone can make a misstatement or omission that can easily be misconstrued. I haven’t heard Jeanine come out and say Pamela was wrong like O’Reilly did.
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    Dusty Koellhoffer Dusty Koellhoffer • in a few seconds

    I guess this answers what Judge Pirro thinks. Still not really sure what she means by she disagrees with what Ms. Geller did, but it sounds like she just said, “I disagree with what you said, but I will defend to the death your right to say it!”
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  4. dustyk103 says:

    Jonathan Dunkin · Top Commenter
    Can’t argue with that
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    Brock Harper · Top Commenter · Works at Tramp Lineman
    Yup!! I wonder if they drew around the rag on their head too. Either way, lol,
    another couple of Muslims in hell. By the way, liberals suck!!!
    Reply · Like · 10 · 9 hours ago

    Tony Mcintire · Top Commenter · Glen Oaks Community College
    Brock Harper Right on Brock!!!
    Reply · Like · 1 · about an hour ago

    Ezme Green · Top Commenter · The Open University
    Brock Harper I have an ex-muslim friend who is very anti-Islam like me. She is a liberal too, like me, and we often bemoan together how we dont get a lot of support from other liberals and how we have to share a platform with right-wing racist bigots who use the criticism of Islam for their own inhuman agenda. Just to let you know I think you suck just as much as the liberals you decry. You are both in denial of something. I bet you hate one stupid imaginary god but love another dont you? because its the ”right”god?? Yeah right…… I may be a liberal but least Im not a cunt.
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    Dusty Koellhoffer · Top Commenter · University of Georgia · 135 followers
    Ezme, glad to hear you and your friend have the moral understanding to reject Islam. That gives me hope you will have the moral heart to eventually come to Jesus and not reject God because of a few bad apples. Even Christians have badly thought out opinions despite our best efforts. Nobody’s perfect and we all say mean things about one another, but a Christian will forgive and get past it.
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  5. dustyk103 says:

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    Both articles are correct in my estimation. Depending on one’s geographic location to the threat, the urgency of the threat, and one’s willingness to risk educating these Islamic people who find their purpose from enslavement to an ancient Arabic brutal deity ..the options would be as listed in the articles.
    In terms of Christian response…normally if attempting, like a loving father, to help those under the influence of a spiritual addiction, one needs to carefully provide an alternate source of healthier sustenance. The analogy would be “in rescuing a junk ya rd dog who had gotten hold of a poisoned cold steak, you need to provide a tastier warmed steak that smells and tastes better”….when the poisoned steak is dropped you provide the more nourishing meal, and continue to address the needs of the dog, till he turns into a loyal soul, aware and beneficial to the common good.
    In terms of performing one’s military duty to protect one’s people from short or long term action of Islamic invaders, you, sir, would most probably be more educated towards the appropriate and various resistances necessary.
    12:53 p.m., Tuesday May 12 | Other comments by Fairness_in_Education


  6. Paul Phipps says:

    We have to rid our country of these scum just like they are doing in China


  7. dustyk103 says:

    Dusty Koellhoffer · University of Georgia
    What? Because they found no WMDs then the Iraq War was not justified? What about shooting at our planes for twelve years? Violating no fly zones to gas the Kurds? Attempting to assassinate our president? All were acts of war.


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