President Trump’s administration is reportedly considering naming the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. Phenomenal news!
After eight long years of an openly terrorist-sympathizing administration under Obama, such news is beyond a breath of fresh air.
It’s not just symbolic, either. Terrorists — like all emotional and physical abusers — count on the complacency of their victims. They feed on your fear.
The last thing they want you to do is call a spade a spade.
The role of an abuser — and a terrorist is the worst sort of abuser — is to wage an ongoing war against facts and reality. Hitler and the Soviets were relentless in their use of propaganda. So are Muslim terrorists.
When you dare to step up and say, “I know what you are. You’re full of hate. You are a parasite. You are evil,” you get in the way of their ability to distort reality.
When leftists and squishy Republicans scream — as they will if President Trump names the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization — then you generally can be sure you’re on the right track.
America has been progressively losing the war against Islamic terrorism for decades, going back at least to 1979, because neither Republican nor Democratic presidents had the courage to name these groups for what they are.
President Obama even went so far as to provide money and moral support for an openly terrorist regime — Iran — known to have involvement in most if not all terrorist attacks against America and the West for decades, including (no doubt) 9/11.
It’s time to start calling a spade a spade. President Trump did so with Iran, and here’s hoping he does it with the Muslim Brotherhood.
A “brotherhood” dedicated to the annihilation of all religions, opinions and practices with which they disagree. What a joke! What a toxic absurdity. It’s evil to treat them with anything other than what they invite and deserve.
It’s time to call out these savage abusers for what they really are. THEY know what they are. We should stop pretending that WE don’t.
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