GREAT THINKERS TALK ABOUT ISLAM
"I studied the Quran a great deal. I came away from that study with the conviction that by and large there have been few religions in the world as deadly to men as that of Muhammad." - Alexis de Tocqueville, great French political thinker and historian.
"Islam was not a torch, as has been claimed, but an extinguisher. Conceived in a barbarous brain for the use of a barbarous people, it was - and it remains - incapable of adapting itself to civilization. Wherever it has dominated, it has broken the impulse towards progress and checked the evolution of society." - André Servier, great historian.
"...it is the duty of those who have accepted them [Allah's word and message] to strive unceasingly to convert or at least to subjugate those who have not. This obligation is without limit of time or space. It must continue until the whole world has either accepted the Islamic faith or submitted to the power of the Islamic state." - Bernard Lewis, British-American scholar and political commentator.
"There is no lack of evidence concerning the Muslim practice of jihad. The classical and modern works on the subject are voluminous, and they are documented by an examination of Muslim actions as recorded by historians. There can be no reasonable doubt that jihad is a major theme running through the entirety of Muslim civilization and is at least one of the major factors in the astounding success of the faith of Islam." - David Cook, Religious Scholar.
"[Islam] is essentially an obstructive, intolerant system, supplying just sufficient good to stand in the way of greater good. It has consecrated despotism; it has consecrated polygamy; it has consecrated slavery. It has declared war against every other creed; it has claimed to be at least dominant in every land… When it ceases to have an enemy to contend against, it sinks into sluggish stupidity… It must have an enemy; if cut off, like Persia, from conflict with the infidel, it finds its substitute in sectarian hatred of brother Moslems…" - Edward Freeman, English historian.
"We're constantly told all cultures are equal, and every belief system is as good as the next. And generally that America was to be known for its flaws rather than its virtues. When you think about what Americans accomplished, building these amazing cities, and all the good its done in the world, it's kind of disheartening to hear so much hatred of America, not just from abroad, but internally... For some reason, nobody seems to be talking about who we're up against, and the sixth century barbarism that they actually represent. These people saw people's heads off. They enslave women, they genitally mutilate their daughters, they do not behave by any cultural norms that are sensible to us. I'm speaking into a microphone that never could have been a product of their culture, and I'm living in a city where three thousand of my neighbors were killed by thieves of airplanes they never could have built." - Frank Miller - American Artist, Writer, Film Director.
AMERICA - I PLEAD WITH YOU. KNOW YOUR ENEMY AND STOP THEM FROM COMING INTO OUR LAND, STOP THEM FROM KILLING INNOCENT AMERICANS. They cannot be rehabilitated. They will not adopt a "live and let live" approach to life - they don't understand that. Your death, your submission, the total overtaking of our country and the elimination of the great principles upon which it was founded is their jihad, their one and only goal. They are barbarians, even still today. What makes us think we can change something that has refused to progress or change in 1400 years? Who are we to say we know better than these great thinkers or leaders like Winston Churchill, who said, "Islam is the most retrograde force on earth"?