It’s common sense that you can’t share a house, a neighborhood or a country with a rabid dog. Either the dog goes, or you do. Between being unable to deliver a simple thwack and birth rate statistics biased toward the four footed clan, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out which was this is headed. You either throw the dogs out, housebreak them or learn to live like a dog.
As the riots, murders, gang rapes and bombings across Europe show, a lot of people would rather learn to live like dogs, than stand up to the pack. But that kind of whipped cur attitude isn’t limited to Europe. Bush has spent the twilight days of his presidency apologizing for saying “Bad Dog” once too often, after 3000 of his countrymen were brutally murdered. In Israel, as in much of Europe, pointing out that Arab Muslims and terrorism have a propensity to go together is a criminal offense.
Not only can’t our governments say “Bad Dog” anymore, even civilians aren’t allowed to say it on a freelance basis, let alone deliver a good solid thwack to the nose of the mangy curs. Forget about housebreaking Islam, the way things are going Islam is housebreaking us.
Perhaps the most honest article you’ll read on the spread of Islam this year.