Good Islam vs Bad Islam

Bush Jr. started it with his “Religion of Peace” bullshit. Our Little Barry Hussein has continued it, talking about terrorists hijacking a good religion. Obviously when presidents from two distinctly different mindsets and different political parties play the same game, we can expect that it’s official doctrine.

Pentagon, perhaps. State Department, certainly. Supreme Court coming up. Federal doctrine: Good Islam vs Bad Islam. Which is bull. A is A. Islam is Islam.

“To win over Good Islam, we censor cartoons of Mohammed and criticism of the Koran, open our borders, Islamize our institutions and then wait to see if we’re on the good side of Good Islam. We adapt our societies and legal systems to Islamic norms and hope that it’s enough to let us join the Good Islam Coalition. If we go on at this rate, the experts will tell us that the only way to defeat Islamic terrorism is for us to become Muslims. Only then will we become members in good standing of Good Islam.”

A President Hildabeast certainly will continue the charade. A President Trump almost certainly will not. Maybe that’s one good reason the feds and their enablers in the mainstream, i.e. Democrat, news media, are so afraid of Trump.

If we don’t go on playing the Good Islam versus Bad Islam game, why, jeepers, we could expose our own government’s basic incompetence. Not to mention its plan to turn us all into Muslims. Good or otherwise.

Via The Rule of Reason.

2 responses to “Good Islam vs Bad Islam

  1. The effort to suppress a free discussion of the subject in the Western countries is enormous. It will cost dearly down the road, but the politically correct morons are on top at the moment.

  2. I am good with everyone exercising their rights as given in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. What I am NOT good with is those folks who expect “extra” rights just because of who they are, where they live, skin color or religious belief. This whole White Privilege thing causes me to just stop and say ” WTF?!!!? You did not just say that!” Not an option for me to even remotely consider because it is beyond ludicrous.