Wisdom from my Dad

This past week, we have witnessed the horrific murder of an honorable member of the British Army on the streets of Woolich, a part of southeast London, as I understand it. He was murdered in broad daylight, in front of many witnesses, by muzlim fanatics, praising their false moon god of Saudi Arabia. It was a most brutal murder, with a knife and a meat cleaver, and the man was decapitated, all as he was walking along the streets near his residence. This is only the most recent of countless outrages perpetrated on the UK and other Western nations by the followers of the seventh century murder, rapist, warlord, and pedophile known as mohammed.

At this point, I want to tell you a story, related to me many years ago by my Dad. Some years before I was born (we are talking about the period between WW I and WW II here), my Dad served as a Scout Master for a troop of Hispanic boys in South Texas. These were really a rowdy bunch of boys, and fist fights during Scout meetings were common. My Dad instituted a policy that anyone involved in a fight would get a whipping. He enforced this policy, but the fights continued.

As Dad studied the situation, he noted that there was one boy, let’s call him Roberto, who was never in the fights, but seemed to enjoy them very much. He watched carefully and realized that Roberto was the instigator of most of the fights. Roberto would say to one of the boys, “Ruben called you a $@#&!! What are you going to do about it?” and perhaps follow up by saying something similar to Ruben. Sure enough, a little later, Ruben would be in a fight with the other boy.

So, Dad revised his policy. Anytime anyone was involved in a fight, they would get a whipping, just as before, but Roberto would also get a whipping, even though he was “not involved.” The fights ended almost immediately.

This brings me back to the muzlim problem. At its root, izlam is a blood-thirsty political system, bent on world domination, and only hiding under the veil of being a religion. Its followers come to Western countries, not to be loyal citizens of their new homelands, but as an invading army. Their intent is conquest. There is no reason whatsoever why they should be treated to the same rights and privileges as the loyal citizens of the country they have invaded. They should be treated as invaders, even though they are not in uniform!

Applying my Dad’s wisdom here, I suggest that whenever there is any sort of muzlim violence, by all means those involved should be quickly and severely punished. But in addition, I suggest that several, perhaps a half-dozen to a dozen troublesome imams and their associated operating base (mosque, muzlim association, or whatever) be shut down. The imams should be imprisoned or deported immediately, and their base organization should be closed permanently.

I know that some will say that this denies them the “right of due process under the law.” I would argue that, as invaders, the are not entitled to due process. The army does not give “due process” to an advancing enemy soldier before shooting him, and this is exactly the same situation. We just need to wake up and see it for what it is!

+ In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen.


About Father D

I am a priest of the Continuing Anglican Church, the continuation of orthodox Anglicanism into the present 21st century. My theology is definitely that of a Reformed Catholic point of view, neither Roman nor Calvinist.
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