In This War Against Radical Islam, There Are No Non-Combatants


In an article entitled, The Other September 11th, you'll find a good description of what happened in Vienna September 11th, 1683.

Islamic warriors had invaded and defeated Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia. They plowed their way through Austria to Vienna, and were besieging the city.

But on September 11th, 40,000 soldiers arrived from Poland to save Vienna. That was the beginning of the end of the Islamic military conquest of Europe.

That's why Osama bin Laden chose September 11th to strike his blow against the free world.

But that's not why I'm mentioning this article. The author, Baron Bodissey, quotes Owen Johnson, and I'd like to quote him here too:

In this war there are no noncombatants. Not only are we all military targets in the eyes of our enemies, but we all take part in the fighting. Every opinion we form and express, every conclusion and argument we make, and particularly every vote we cast, influences our enemy and affects our collective will. We need to be aware of this.

That's exactly right. You and I can (and should) fight in this war. We must. How? Start here.


Dan Canto 9:12 AM  

Yes, public education is the key but one powerful ally that I think is too much neglected are the rich & influential members of the Jewish community who own & control so much of the media including cinema and all forms of publishing. It is a continual surprise to me how little they seem to do, in spite of their power, to educate the public about the evils & threat of Islam. You would think they would feel a strong responsibility here but evidently not. But how to awaken this effectively sleeping giant?

Citizen Warrior 12:43 PM  

The answer for each of us, no matter who we are, is directly communicating with people we know. Educating them. Some of us will know someone who knows one of these powerful media and cinema folks you're talking about.

Awaken the sleeping giant with persistence and effective persuasion. Don't wait for the "important people" to catch on first. Just do what you can, and encourage others to do what you can. The information is becoming more widely known, and this will continue if we continue.

Anonymous 8:33 PM  

I tried to tell people about it but they were all too busy watching the X Factor.

Citizen Warrior 5:51 PM  

When what you're doing isn't working, one possible response is to give up. But it is not the only possible response. Trying harder, trying a different way, trying one different way after another, improving your skills, etc. — these are all alternative responses to the same failure.

I suggest the first thing any of us do when we feel like giving up is work on your own morale:

Morale For Citizen Warriors

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