THIS Meme Is Breaking The Internet, But Not For The Reason You Might Think

 

We are constantly being told by liberal America and liberals abroad how all Muslims shouldn’t be judged by the actions ‘of a few’, yet time and again we see how the ‘few’ Muslims continue to massacre innocent men, women and children in the name of Islam.

The number ‘of a few’ Muslims who carry out these acts of terror continues to grow but we are expected to ignore it lest we be accused of Islamophobia, xenophobia, bigotry, and my personal favorite – racist.

Since September 11, 2001 there have been numerous Islamic terror attacks on American soil but the liberal media refuses to acknowledge these terror attacks as being carried out by followers of Islam. Still, anyone who fears being the victim of Islamic terrorism is labeled an Islamophobe.

When you type ‘phobia definition’ into Google, you get the following:

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The overwhelming obsession with “Islamophobia” is not supported by a body count. That may sound crass, but since 9/11, an additional 145 Americans have been killed in 50 separate acts of deadly Islamic terror or Islam-related honor killing in the United States. Hundreds of mass murder plots have been thwarted or botched. The real story is not “Islamophobia” but American tolerance – which rightly refuses to punish the individual based on group identity.

As the Muslim population increases in the United States, so too will the number of Islamic terror attacks. This is because the pool from which the radicals recruit grows bigger. Studies show that between 5 – 25% of Muslims in America believe that violence in defense of Islam is justified. The number of potential terrorists therefore grows proportionately with the overall number, even if only a small minority actually plot terror.

Immigrants and refugees to America have killed and have plotted to kill. However, the real threat comes from successive generations of Muslims living in the West, which have proven to be more radical and more dangerous than their parents. Muslim immigration thus means that more Americans will eventually die. The benefits that offset this reality are not entirely clear.

So, is it extreme or irrational to fear being the victim of an Islamic terrorist attack? Perhaps you should ask the victims which number into the tens of thousands who have been injured or killed by Muslim terrorists.

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