Islamic hordes at home

Ludwig von Gress

The experts and the Left media profess puzzlement over violent acts in the name of Islam by persons who never suffered any serious hardship, who grew up, if that is not too euphemistic expression, in affluent families in tolerant Western societies. Yet those very same experts and the media, assisted by the Marx-tainted academics, for years now have been inculcating the gullible members of society, in particular the young ones, in anti-Western civilisation myths. Since they are aware of their guilt, they make up excuses for every terrorist act – workplace violence, senseless violence, atypical violence… even non-Islamic violence!

The latest attempt is to excuse and glorify any deranged Muslim by labelling him a lone wolf. A loony hyena would be a more fitting description.

Thankfully, those ‘inside’ our societies are still a few and are boringly unoriginal. All they can aspire to is a copycat terror. As almost everybody knows, even 9/11 2001 caper was plagiarised from Tom Clancy’s 1994 novel Debt of Honour.

However: “There are millions of young men in the Muslim world sitting in refugee camps with nothing to do, nowhere to go back to, and nothing to look forward to. And there are tens of millions more watching their misery with outrage. Never has an extremist movement had so many frustrated and footloose young men in its prospective recruitment pool. Israel has nothing whatever to do with any of this suffering. It is all the result of social and political disintegration in the Muslim world itself. To blame ISIS’ recruitment of young Muslims on the refugee problem of 1948, as Secretary of State John Kerry did last week, boggles the imagination. It is one thing to ignore the elephant in the parlour, and another to pretend it is not there when it is standing on one’s toe. ” / Spengler 20-10-14 – Does Kerry think that 18 million Muslim refugees are irrelevant to ISIS?

Kerry does not want to see it, Obama, most likely, sees it and likes it, / Michele Malkin – Where was President Obama? / and our Abbott just talks and does nothing.us.reluctance

I believe that some very serious effort and sacrifices (and I do not mean just ditching the toxic multiculturalism) would be required if we are to survive. I suggest that you consider the figures in the table bellow; concentrating on those from 1900 onwards. As there is no free lunch, there also is no such thing as “free” freedom.

Rank

War

Years

Deaths

Deaths per Day

US Population in First Year of War

Deaths per Population

1

American Civil War

1861–1865

625,000

420

31,443,000

1.988% (1860)

2

World War II

1941–1945

405,399

297

133,402,000

0.307% (1940)

3

World War I

1917–1918

116,516

279

103,268,000

0.110% (1920)

4

Vietnam War

1961–1975

58,209

11

179,323,175 (1960)

0.030% (1970)

5

Korean War

1950–1953

36,516

45

151,325,000

0.020% (1950)

6

American Revolutionary War

1775–1783

25,000

11

2,500,000

0.899% (1780)

7

War of 1812

1812–1815

15,000

15

8,000,000

0.207% (1810)

8

Mexican–American War

1846–1848

13,283

29

21,406,000

0.057% (1850)

9

War on Terror

2001–present

6,717

1.57

294,043,000

0.002% (2010)

10

Philippine–American War

1899–1902

4,196

3.8

72,129,001

0.006% (1900)

About Ludwig von Gress

Born in communist Europe, interested in defence matters on a macro scale, with a cavalry “devil may care spirit” from his grandfather and cautious effectiveness of asymmetric warfare approach from his guerilla father. He sometimes despairs that he may be the only one taking the defence of Australia seriously.
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One Response to Islamic hordes at home

  1. pilsner says:

    No kebab? No kebab?

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