Saturday, September 28, 2013

Bill O'Reilly Starting to Get it on Jihad

Among the Fox News anchors, the one who most clearly understands the Islamic threat has been Sean Hannity. After the horrific attack in Nairobi, it seems Bill O'Reilly is getting it now too. Here is his Talking Points memo after the attack. (Hat tip Patriot Corner)

What we need to hear next from these folks is to ask why we are bringing in tens of thousands of these people every year. Even if most are of no threat, it is a documented fact that several are a threat when it comes to jihad, and many others have proven to be problematical.

Go ahead, reader. Ask me in what ways. I will be happy to supply the specifics.


Miggie said...

The immigration policy should be partial to those that help this country's interests. There is no sense whatsoever to bringing in enemies.... look what happened to European countries.

Thank Ted Kennedy for the legal immigration mess.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Nobody blamed white people or European culture for what the Nazis did. We blamed the Nazis for what the Nazis did. Within a year after the war ended, we weren't even blaming Germans -- we were handing out chocolate to their kids and paying them to rebuild their cities, so the GI's would have someplace to drink good beer.

So why is it so hard to understand that al Qaeda and Boko Haram are responsible for what their goons do, not "the Muslims."

Miggie... people who help this country's interests could better do so by staying right where they are. Bringing them here would be a big mistake.

Gary Fouse said...


Point well taken, however, I must point out that I take our enemies' words for it. What is most troubling is that these evil deeds find their basis in the Koran, the hadith, and the life of the prophet. The idea of killing people for this and that is also affirmed by the highest authorities in the Islamic world. Remember when we used to call them "fundamentalists"? Seems that it fit. It is true that most Muslims don't do these things, but they are either silent or they say, "This isn't Islam," and expect us to keep accepting it. There are only two groups of Muslims I can put my belief in-the Zuhdi Jassers (still a Muslim) or the Nonie Darwish's, and Ayaan Hirsi Alis (Apostates).

Siarlys Jenkins said...

I must point out that I take our enemies' words for it. What is most troubling is that these evil deeds find their basis in the Koran, the hadith, and the life of the prophet.

If you took Hitler's word for it, all those he considered to be Aryan ARE complicit in his ideology! Of course he considered the English degenerate Germans who had inter-married with the Celts, who apparently weren't as fully human as the Nordics. I'm not sure where I fit in, since I have some Jewish ancestors, but not on my mother's side (there is some dispute as to whether descent through the mother as a requirement of Judaism meant anything to Hitler), and I have some English, some Celtic, some Dutch, and probably a few other things.

Every faith has its fundamentalists. There are no doubt some Christians who would be engaged in terrorism if they had the room to do so. They don't, because we have strong, well established institutions that, despite the red hot levels of our political rhetoric, don't leave enough of a vacuum. Fundamentalist Muslims find a foothold where there is a political and economic vacuum.

Gary Fouse said...


Totally confusing as usual. At least you didn't throw Starlin Castro in there.

Siarlys Jenkins said...


Gary Fouse said...

Starlin Castro. He's the Cubs shortstop. You're a Cub fan-google him. Lotta history there.