A point-by-point rebuttal of Obama’s June 14th, ‘Why I don’t say “radical Islam”’ speech
Is there a better example of a problem exacerbated from a wrong diagnosis than the ‘racial disparity in the criminal justice’ narrative?
Increasing race riots from BLM-inspired events coupled with the growth of Islam in the same community is an ominous trend.
Next, you lectured us on the “real” nature of the global radical Islamist movement, dismissing their claim of perfect fidelity to Islam with this:
You routinely advocate handcuffing local law enforcement, anti-terror efforts under the pretense of condemning "profliling." Following your lead, the surveillance of mosques has been curtailed. And in this most recent terrorist attack, you directed the FBI to redact the ‘banned words,’ as we shall refer to them henceforth, as well as the names of radical Islamist leaders and organizations, from any future transcripts from operations. Until a groundswell of outrage from all corners forced your hand, this included the transcripts of the 911 calls and numerous calls to media outlets made by Omar Mateen expressing his fidelity to Islam and his allegiance to ISIS and its leader Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi while he was committing the atrocities in the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
One local law enforcement lackey stooped to borrowing language from the victim-feminist playbook when he claimed that they didn’t want to “re-victimize the victims.”
Next you give us, explicitly, your rationale for banning the use of the words “Islamic terror,” or “radical Islam”:
“Now, up until this point, this argument of labels has mostly just been partisan rhetoric, and sadly, we've all become accustomed to that kind of partisanship, even when it involves the fight against these extremist groups.
Maybe this is the appropriate place to take stock of Islam. You routinely lecture us on how it is a “religion of peace.” Perhaps a reminder of some of its provisions is in order. Bear in mind there is no separation between church (“mosque”) and state; a concept inimical to western democracy:
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"We saw male cadets applauding for female classmates who can now serve in combat positions. That's the American military. That's America. One team. One nation."
And now we turn to the Why?—as in ‘Why do you deliberately and continually lie about Islam?’