Came across this intertesting article from American Thinker reposted on Minds.com. It is authored by Iranian – American pro – democracy activist Amil Imani and is a thorough analysis of the relationship between the Islamic world and the liberal democracies of the west. Imani is scathing about left wing ideologues and their dreams of a global biberal culture as he is about World View Thinkers who believe a global authoritarian government could persuade different cultures to co – exist side by side.
Absolutely no co-existence with Islam
Islam and the West cannot co-exist. I have warned of this many times, and I hope I have not been talking to a wall.
Fellow travelers, there is no “coexistence” in Islam, there is only subjugation or elimination of infidels. Islam believes in the rule of Islam, Caliphate to the Sunnis, and Imamate to the Shiites. Hence, to Muslims, all other forms of government represent the handiwork of Satan and infidels.
Therefore, one and all non-Islamic systems of government must be purified by Islamic fire. This is a fact.
Muslim jihadists live among us. It is only going to get worse. Jihadists consider themselves the army of Allah. They use violence as an instrument of policy. This continues to be central to Islam. Muslims war under the firmly-believed and widely-cherished set of ideas that are rabidly militaristic. No matter which side is killed, Islam is the victor, “You kill them, you go to paradise; you get killed, you go to paradise,” are two examples of exhortations to jihadism and war.
For the past twenty years or so, I have been warning to free men and women: Remain a spectator at your own peril. It is imperative that you take a stand, denounce the fraud of Islam, and do all you can to prevent Islamic fire from devouring our civilized democratic system. Tomorrow will be too late.
Uproar as Islamists Reportedly Spotted at Muslim Meeting in Cologne, Germany
Leading representatives of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, an organisation with known links to terrorism, fow whichj it is banned in some countries, have been identified at a recent conference in Cologne, dedicated to the future of European Muslims.