Monday, April 18, 2016

"Sounds Like Silence"

This is a powerful video that I recommend that you play for anyone that seems on the fence about the issue of the threat of fundamentalist Islam.



2 comments:

  1. Excellent video. Unfortunately, I don't think it will change any minds. Too many people are too deeply indoctrinated with multiculturalism, and believe that any criticism of islam is badthink.

    For those who are truly sitting on the fence, they are on the fence because of willful ignorance - the truth is only a few keystrokes away. Accepting the truth about islam requires accepting some very uncomfortable truths that do not comport with the propaganda of multiculturalism.

    The video shows many recent images from Europe. Europe has a muslim problem that will only get worse. The islamic Hijrah into Europe will not end well for the muslims. They will keep poking at the Europeans. Probably sooner rather than later, they will awaken the inner-warrior in the native Europeans, and a world of hurt will be unleashed upon them. Muslims seem to have forgotten that they are dealing with a race that has a demonstrated ability to kill on an industrial scale.

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    1. First, thank you for the comment, and I apologize for the delay in posting--it got caught up in my spam filter for some reason. Second, turning to your comments, I agree that it may not change too many minds, but because it relies on imagery, a well-known tune, and is emotional, it may have some impact. My sister-in-law, who is an r-strategist, was visiting the other day and mentioned she liked a more recent version of Sound of Silence, which allowed me to jump in and say: "I've got a version you may like." The video captured her attention and left her without any comebacks.

      I have to confess that I lack the faith that Europe will see the light in time. I hope I'm wrong, but, taken as a whole, Europe seems to me to lack the faith necessary to resist the aggressor.

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