Note: If, as I do, you gape slack-mouthed at video of John Brennan’s continuous mealy-mouthed propagandizing on behalf of Islamic terrorists, wondering HOW someone can so brazenly represent fiction in the face of well-known fact, a companion piece to this editorial of Bostrom’s written by Jeffrey Kuhner is posted just above. Like master, like slave. Still, it galls me that a man who once served in the CIA would so subsume common knowledge to blind adherence to ObaMao’s vision of Islam. You should all know by now that I believe that Islam is a violent death-loving cult, and that the world would be vastly better off without it. If I could blink and wipe every last adherent of this disgusting creed from the face of the planet, every last man woman and child of them, I would do it now and sleep the untroubled sleep of lambs immediately thereafter. Don’t confuse this with hatred; I don’t know any Muslims, therefore I can’t (and don’t) hate them. I would just like to live in a world without their particular insanity. Ann Coulter said “We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity.” I think all that conversion stuff is a waste of time. I would prefer to simply stamp them out like common tenement roaches. Bring on the DDT. Why waste time pretending?
Anyway, Brennan has recently been speechifying again about the wonderful, peace-loving Muslims to whom “Jihad” means “to purify oneself or one’s community”, failing to mention that “purifying” generally means sawing off the heads off everyone who won’t accept Islam and Sharia law. That would be me. And probably, that would be YOU.
So please enjoy Andrew Bostrom’s excellent piece debunking the starry-eyed visions of John Brennan regarding Islam.
A dry pun asks, “When is a door not a door?” – the answer being, “When it is ajar.” But dry humor is clearly preferable to the deluded warping of the lexicon by the Obama administration’s lead counterterrorism adviser, John Brennan, which leads to this question, and requisite answer, “When is jihad not jihad?” – “When it is bloodless, spiritual struggle.” Mr. Brennan vociferously advocates an exclusive, bowdlerized definition of jihad in the public discourse as “to purify oneself or one’s community,” lest the tender sensibilities of Muslims be offended.
The dangerous absurdity of Mr. Brennan’s jihad denial is self-evident: More than 15,600 jihad terror attacks have been committed by Muslims worldwide since the cataclysmic acts of jihad terrorism committed against the United States itself on Sept. 11, 2001.
One can now safely include Mr. Brennan among those whose willful misapprehension of jihad Khomeini characterized, appositely, as “witless.” This juxtaposition of views on jihad would be comical – the learned, pious Muslim theologian, Khomeini, versus the uninformed infidel cultural relativist adviser, Mr. Brennan – if the implications for U.S. security were not so ominous.