Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Why Neil Boortz is wrong about mosques

Herman Cain was recently asked his feelings about communities that wish to ban mosques.  Cain replied,

"Yes, they have the right to do that.”

Understanding the Sharia law-promoting agenda of the Murfreesboro, TN mosque, he further elaborated that mosques are places that promote…

"…infringement and an abuse of our freedom of religion.  Our Constitution guarantees separation of church and state. Islam combines church and state."

Neil Boortz, the consummate libertarian, took exception to Cain, his occasional stand-in on his daily radio talk show.  He mistakenly equates Islam to every other known religion.  That is a dangerous stab at moral equivalency when there in fact is none.

What Neil fails to understand is Islam, more akin to fascism, is primarily an ideology, not a religion.  The majority of Islam's religious text specify how non-Muslims, the infidel, is to be handled.  That is not a personal religion, that is political and military advocacy about how others are to be controlled.

Unfortunately, on this point Neil is part of the majority of ignorant commentators in his failure to understand the fascist Mohammadan teachings of orthodox Islam.  Four important points are being missed with regard to Islamic mosques:

  1. Mosques are considered by Muslims to be their military barracks for the conquest of people around them, not merely figuratively as in “Onward Christian Soldiers” but literally in emulation of Mohammadan conquests upon which their ideology is based.
  2. Most Mosques in the US are the collection point for funding Islamic activity in the Middle East directed against US interests.
  3. Mosque teach and promote a culture and form of governance that is contrary to our form of government and our legal system.
  4. All of these purposes of mosques, combined, clearly indicate seditious purposes and intent of such Islamic landmarks.

Herman Cain understands these things.  Apparently Neil Boortz does not.  Communities must establish and maintain the right to prohibit mosques.  Our constitution protects and defends religion.  It does not protect and defend subversives and ideologies that desire to militarily or subversively overthrown the governance of the United States - nor their facilities which symbolize their subversive intent.

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