Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Appeasement and Apocalypse

In answer to a post about how Barack Obama is today's Neville Chamberlain:

Retain Mike of FR said: ...The massive deaths sought through jihad provide these Islamic fundamentalists both the means and objectives to usher in the Twelfth Imam, while destroying Israel. Their acceptance of violent death dominates allegiances to family, tribe, or country. They see no imperative for retaining a viable economic remnant. Therefore, the deterrent quality of force (mutually assured destruction) becomes useless...

Commentary by walford

This is a point that few Western diplomats can conceive. They continually and naively judge Iran and other Islamists by Western standards, expecting them to seek their own well-being as we do. The mullahs and their followers see the primary purpose of the finite life is to secure one's place in the infinite afterlife. Therefore, life is cheap to them -- theirs and ours.

Their aims of genocide far eclipse any that the NAZIs would have dared to dream of. These are people who are willing to wipe out the majority of the world's population and send all humanity politically, economically, technologically and socially back a thousand years in order to attain their expansionist aims as they actively seek to purge the entire planet of the Infidel. That being done, they will then happily turn on each other as the remainder of humanity tears itself to pieces in a final, apocalyptic bloodbath.

I suppose if you're a hard-core Green and consider homo sapiens to essentially be a vermin on this Earth, you could consider encouraging Islamist aims; after all, our species may not survive its successful global implementation.

Fighting Islamism is much like fighting a biker on PCP; you actually have to physically disable them from being capable of violence to arrest their relentless attacks. You have to break their legs to stop them from chasing you. And even then, they will try to keep coming.

They cannot be reasoned with or appeased. No one would be happier than me to be proven wrong about this, but the evidence in word and deed is far too overwhelming. Merely wishing that it were otherwise -- or worse, behaving as if it were otherwise -- is suicide, plain and simple.

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