To kill or to be killed “denial of the Muslim extremist”
As a nation of freemen we must live through all time or die by suicide, as Abraham Lincoln so firmly stated in his speech on the The Perpetuation of Our Political Institutions. Do Americans live by the motto “To Kill or be Killed”, lately it seems like we should. If an armed guard or some of the patrons had a gun, the outcome would be different. Today however, with this latest mass shooting; the issue is firmly Islamic, truely homosexual, and thoroughly militant in origin; so many believe. But there are those who would want you to believe it is ‘mental illness’ and not the Muslim extremist you should fear. So what is the issue here? What do we really take from this? While there are many lessons to learn, there is something to be aware of here and for the future. There is a Video included in this article you will want to see!
To kill or to be killed “denial of the Muslim extremist”: Oman Matten
I have a related article on the WIBR/WARN Site found here Oman Matten profile: ‘Muslim, mental health issues, Killer.’ The ongoing denial that Islam has nothing to do with such acts is not going to solve the issues that face us today. In the world, the majority of wars, terrorism, and fighting going on has Islamic roots to it. We find Islamic groups like Boko Haram, Al Shabaab, Al Qaeda, Taliban, ISIS, Al Nusra, and others making headlines everyday.
These groups are some of the largest and fight a jihadist war against governments and the west. Wars of this kind are found in Libya, Iraq, Syria, Kenya, Nigeria, with Islamic persecution of Christians in Pakistan, Iran, Indonesia, and elsewhere. The roots of Matten’s problems is the fact of his Islamic teachings and the depths of such teachings that says to ‘kill the unbelievers’. The media, however; based upon eyewitness of his former wife is pushing the idea that Mattan is ‘mentally unstable’ at the time. It is much better politically in America to have a mentally incompetent person commit mass murder than a Muslim extremist. I can hear the sigh’s of relief now.Click here for reuse options!
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