A lot of countries are seeing the handwriting on the wall and it isn’t English. As I have stated over and over, these people are animals because they are inbred. It would be interesting to test their IQ’s.
By Rusty Weiss
Prime Minister David Cameron recently took President Obama to task for not taking the threat of radical Islam seriously, but now he’s taking action to back up his talk.
At a summit dealing with violent extremism in September, Cameron blasted Obama for claiming “violent extremism is not unique to any one faith.”
Cameron responded that, “We have to be frank that the biggest problem we have today is the Islamist extremist violence that has given birth to ISIL, to Al Shabaab, to Al Nusra, Al Qaeda and so many other groups.”
He added that we need to “root out the extremist preachers that are poisoning the minds of young Muslims in our country.”
Cameron has now introduced a proposal that could help ‘root out’ those extremists – shutting down mosques.
Prime Minister David Cameron announced a new proposal Monday to counter extremism in the United Kingdom that includes an idea to close certain Mosques.
The controversial plan is meant to work against all forms of extremism but focuses primarily on radical Islamists. Cameron said the fight against terrorism might be the “defining one of this century,” and he outlines a number of proposals to help prevent young British citizens from joining extremist organizations.
“Islamist extremists don’t just threaten our security, they jeopardize all that we’ve built together – our successful multi-racial, multi-faith democracy,” Cameron wrote on his Facebook page. “While Islamist extremists in no way represent the true spirit of Islam, we cannot ignore the fact that they attempt to justify their views and actions through Islamic scripture and theology.”
The proposal, which can be read here, includes a section which reads:
We will therefore introduce new powers to: ban extremist organisations that promote hatred and draw people into extremism; restrict the harmful activities of the most dangerous extremist individuals; and restrict access to premises which are repeatedly used to support extremism.
The plan has met resistance with Muslim groups, with some asking “Do such mosques really exist?”
Perhaps the mosque that Anwar Al-Awlaki attended, in which he advised two of the hijackers from 9/11 to carry out jihad, could shed some light on that question.
Meanwhile, Cameron has consistently implored world leaders to speak out against radical Islamic groups, something President Obama has consistently and spinelessly failed to do.
These same leaders sent our soldiers to fight in the Middle East because these leaders stated that if they didn’t they would come to us. And then – what did these same illustrious leaders after our solders were killed and maimed do – these same leaders are now bringing these terrorists into our countries knowing they are terrorists.