Before the day is over CAIR will issue some kind of shrieking statement.
(Sun Sentinel) — Congressman Allen West said Wednesday the nation hasn’t learned the lessons from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks largely because political correctness is hobbling political leaders from confronting the threat he sees from Islamic extremists.(not ME however...)
West, a Republican who represents Broward and Palm Beach counties, made his comments at a Washington, D.C., event at which he hosted the screening of a conservative Christian group’s film “Sacrificed Survivors: The Untold Story of the Ground Zero Mega Mosque.”
“Have we really learned a lesson from 9/11? I don’t think we have. I think we are so anxious with this fast food type of mentality that we can quickly move beyond something that were not willing to sit back and really assess what is really happening in and around us,” he said.
West said the political correctness intimidates people from saying what he believes is true about Islam.
“I am not sitting up here and condemning people who call themselves Muslims,” West said. “Now is the time we have to challenge this ideology. If we are to peacefully coexist they have to come into the 21st Century and push aside a lot of these 7th Century ideas they still hold.”
West said he thinks that makes Islam a particular threat.
“We have to understand that the major religions of the world, Judaism and Christianity did go through reformations. Now when you look at this next major religion, I call it a theocratic political construct ideology, they need to go through a reform of the process as well.
“Ever since Mohammed left Mecca and took his Hijrah to Medina there was a violent turn to this faith that is called Islam. And we must confront that and we must understand that….
“We have to continue to challenge them. Because once again if we continue to give and give and cede and cede and give ground we’re not going to be respected.”
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