via The Religion of Peace:
Picture of the WeekWe initially went to war in Afghanistan to rout the Taliban and Al Qaeda, the fanatical islamorageboys who were responsible for the slaughter of 3000 innocent people on our own soil nearly ten years ago on September 11, 2001. We are still there, no longer to fight the enemy though, we're now there to help them (even though they hate us, want to kill us, have killed us and will kill us again at every opportunity).
If we should respect the Quran because not doing so causes Muslims to get angry and kill, then here are the other things we should stop doing:
Educating women. Selling alcohol. Pre-marital sex. Sharing a
non-Muslim religious faith. Democracy. Disaster relief. Sporting
events. Allowing women to dress as they please. Being gay. Being Hindu. Being Christian. Being Jewish. Being Buddhist. Being Sikh. Being Ahmadi. Being Sufi. Going to the wrong mosque...
Rob Miller at Big Peace elaborates:
Not to win a war, not to destroy our enemies, not even the amorphous goal of ‘fighting terrorism’, but to ‘help the Afghan people’. That’s why they say we’re there. In that short phrase can be read the entire failure thus far of the war we’ve been involved in since 9/11.Our esteemed military leader heading up our mission in Afghanistan says so, he also says we need to surrender our First Amendment right to free speech (guaranteed to us by the Constitution that this man swore to defend) in favor of sharia law to appease his islamorageboy masters.
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|General David Petraeus dons the garb of his islamic overlords. H/T Infidel Bloggers|
American soldiers, came to Afghanistan to make life better for Muslims. For their trouble, they were savagely slaughtered, with two treated to decapitation, a jihadist signature.
“When you meet the unbelievers in the battlefield,” instructs Allah, “strike off their heads.” That is from Sura 47:4 of the Koran — or what is so preciously called “the Holy Qur’an” by Gen. David Petraeus, the U.S. commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan. To underscore the point, Sura 8:12 of this same Holy Qur’an finds Allah assuring that if Muslims would just “smite ye above their necks and smite all their fingertips off them,” it would help Him “instill terror into the hearts of the unbelievers.”
You’ve got to hand it to Allah: All that smiting and instilling terror works. General Petraeus is so terrified of what rampaging Afghan Muslims might do next that he could not bring himself to utter a word of criticism for their barbarity. Instead, as he offered condolences to the victims’ families, his wrath was targeted at Terry Jones.
No, by no means let us be disrespectful toward the “Holy Qur’an,” which is so kindly disposed toward us. And surely, with Petraeus’s predecessor, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, having pronounced that Afghanistan is not our war, and with the Obama administration now paying tens of millions of dollars to underwrite Karzai’s peace talks with the Taliban (the enemy we were told we needed to escalate troops to repel), it is abundantly clear that our troops are in Afghanistan primarily “to help the Afghan people.”
But that raises two questions. First, why should we give a damn about the Afghan people? And second, why are we sacrificing American blood and American treasure to build an Islamist post-nation that hates America?
Today is International Burn Half a Million Korans Day for the Digital Age:
Stop ignoring the squid in the room!
I'm adding this one just for fun:
Burn baby, burn!
I Choose Freedom
The Time is Upon Us - Are You Ready?
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