Why Other Cultures Are Welcome, But Islam Is Not


I am an American. My ancestors were almost entirely Northern European. Tonight I was at a graduation ceremony for an American university. The party was to celebrate the graduation of fifteen students who were all born in Thailand but are now Americans. Almost everyone in the room was a student at the university and also born in Thailand but raised in America by their Thai parents. They all spoke Thai.

As I looked around the room, I saw people who retained much of their former culture, but also embraced American culture. I have no problem with these people. I welcome them to this country. Almost every culture that has moved to America has done the same thing — Irish, Italians, Japanese, Koreans, Buddhists, Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Taoists, atheists, etc. — they bring their own culture, but also enjoy what's good about American culture. They are all welcome here.

But the political ideology of Islam is dangerously domineering. For that reason, it is not welcome. Among its core tenets is a mission to make Islam the dominant religious and political system wherever its believers live, using peaceful means if possible and violent means if necessary.

The Thai students may retain some of their former culture, but they do not try to impose it on anyone else. They don't protest or riot if anyone does something their culture disapproves of. They don't sue people or assassinate them if they criticize Thai culture.

I'm not a racist or a xenophobe. I enjoy people from all cultures and religions, except those who are committed to eliminating all other cultures, religions, political systems, and ways of life but their own — a principle that is not only part of Islamic doctrine, it is Islam's prime directive.


vanhetgoor 1:05 AM  

The women of Thailand look so much friendlier than Arabian, Turkish of North African. The first live a life long of beauty and grace, the second have to hide in a burqa, and it is very hard to hide a big butt and a moustache.

Unknown 9:43 AM  

Congratulations for your effort in awakening people to a grave danger that could well prove to be America's undoing. I have been making the same claims you make in your statements for years! The people most committed to noble ideals (in their minds only) have called me not only a racist but a bigot as well. (I merely agree with them, citing that I'm also bigoted against the Nazis.)
Again, I applaud your comments and place the highest value on your examples!
Pubdub-New Hampshire

Anonymous 10:50 AM  

The fundamental American precept is found in the Declaration of Independence:

"We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed with certain unalienable Rights, that among these Rights are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness . . ."

Americans unite to defend each person's life, liberty, and property.

Any who oppose these fundamentals are enemies.

Anonymous 1:25 PM  

Please correct me when I make bonehead errors.

". . .that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, . . ."

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