*The Thoughts and Opinions addressed in this article are not necessarily those of JNN.*
It happened again. Let the cycle begin of mourning for the victims, condemning the attacks, lighting up our buildings, and standing in solidarity only to rush back to “Islam is a religion of peace.”
I know Christianity has had its stint of violence, but that was also against Muslim aggression; a pseudo-religious war that was more about wealth and land than it was about God.
Anchors, newspapers, editors are all going to repeat the same lines of preaching tolerance and acceptance with more open borders and refugees from the Middle East pouring into the Western nations.
22 people – one of which was an eight year old – were killed because of a radical Islamic suicide bomber. “Don’t judge! You’re being xenophobic!”
They killed young, innocent children, and they have been doing that for years now. The radical Muslim community will not stop until every last person submits to them. They are not satisfied until their harsh laws against women, men, and children are perpetrated on every continent and in every country. We don’t need to come together with no barriers or borders. We need to come together to set clear lines and fight against evil.
We’re sick of it. It’s disgusting and despicable. It’s cowardly to attack children. I just wonder what the next move will be by the UN and the West. The last time we saw such terrible things happening in a country; we fought them with all that we had. It took 6 years to defeat and destroy the Nazi government – which again claimed to be Christian, but was vehemently condemned by the Christian community.
ISIS is not as strong or as wealthy as Nazi Germany. It doesn’t have such a charismatic and forceful leader as Hitler.
We’re tired of putting our future children’s country at stake, and we elected a man that promises that he will clean up the borders and impose stricter immigration laws. Because we are tired of it.
We long for the days when we had leaders such as FDR and Churchill. We long for people who represent us – not a corporation or an oligarchy of people.
We long for the days when we weren’t so heavily medicated with the opium of media and so lowly motivated to fight for what is right. We want to stand up for things we believe in because of moral reasons – not because it’s politically correct or incorrect. We want the days where we called evil exactly what it was.
Saying this with all understanding of what I’m about to say – we need to men who aren’t afraid to fight.
16% (roughly) of the US population fought in World War II against the Nazis and Japan. Over the course of the two world wars we wiped out a huge portion of that generation of men, but they never wavered. They never backed down. They fought.
Anchors, newspapers, editors; stop telling us to not rush to judgement. Stop telling us to wait. We’re sick of waiting. We’ve watched as our men and women died in this latest war. We’ve waited long enough. If there was a draft instated and I was to be called up to serve my country, so be it. I’d be scared, afraid, worried; but we would fight for our children and our country. It’s in this time that we recall the words of PM Winston Churchill:
“We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France,
we shall fight on the seas and oceans,
we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be,
we shall fight on the beaches,
we shall fight on the landing grounds,
we shall fight in the fields and in the streets,
we shall fight in the hills;
we shall never surrender, and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, this Island or a large part of it were subjugated and starving, then our Empire beyond the seas, armed and guarded by the British Fleet, would carry on the struggle, until, in God’s good time, the New World, with all its power and might, steps forth to the rescue and the liberation of the old.”
May God reward every man according to his work on this Earth.