Following terror attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, and Brussels closing down for several days during a high-terror alert, anti-Islam/anti-Muslim sentiments not only have gained strength across Europe, but more European nations will join the US in its Crusade to “degrade,” “destroy” and “eradicate” the Islamic State “cancer” in the Middle East and Africa.
On the US home front, in the heat of The Presidential Reality Show, leading GOP contestant Donald Trump announced, if elected, he would order surveillance of “certain mosques” to combat terrorism and that all American Muslims would “have to be” registered in a database.
Trump also said he isn’t sure Islam is an inherently violent religion. “You know, there’s something definitely going on,” Trump said in late November. “There’s something that there’s a lot of hatred coming out of, at least a big part of it. You see the hatred. I mean, we see it every day.”
And, despite the lack of any photographic evidence or TV footage, Trump has repeatedly claimed that on 9/11 he watched people “cheering on the other side of New Jersey where you have large Arab populations. They were cheering as the World Trade Center came down… thousands and thousands of people were cheering” while the towers fell, he said.
GOP contender Dr. Ben Carson also claimed he saw the footage. A Seventh Day Adventist, Carson does not believe a Muslim should be president. “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation… I absolutely would not agree with that.”
On the war front, all candidates from both parties are soldiers of the Crusade who have vowed to hunt down, degrade and destroy Islamic radicals regardless of what corner of the Earth they are hiding — and at any cost.