Brian Kotowski

Brian Kotowski 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Our view: Ethical approach to mass shootings

I hope that answers your question, Eric. The short version is: I don't care. Particularly since the people and agencies Preezy has charged with evaluating the issue have assured us we have no way of even identifying - let alone removing - the bad apples from the barrel. If Paris and San Bernadino haven't shown you why that's a bad idea, you will never be convinced.

I'm curious: when Preezy imposed his 6 month moratorium on Iraqi immigration 5 years ago - citing security concerns - was he being bigoted, racist, or xenophobic? If not, why?

Have you any insights as to why the Syrians are not being offered safe haven(s) in their own neighborhood? It seems to me the Muslim tradition of hospitality would require places like Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Iran, Kuwait, et al, to open their arms and their borders. Maybe it's that they're not using the blinders you've chosen to wear.

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Brian Kotowski 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Our view: Ethical approach to mass shootings

Eric:

When Charles Martel found himself having to defend against a Muslim invasion at the Battle of Tours in 732, it wasn't because the Umayyad Caliphate was being bombed by Westerners.

When Constantinople was renamed Istanbul in 1483, it wasn't because the Ottoman Empire was being bombed by Westerners.

When the Venetian fleet was obliged to confront a Muslim invasion off the coast of Greece at the Battle of Lepanto in 1571, it wasn't because Muslims were being bombed by Westerners.

When the Krauts and the Austrians barely staved off conquest at the Gates of Vienna in 1683, it wasn't because the Ottoman Empire was being bombed by Westerners.

When Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were dispatched to North Africa in 1784 to determine why our maritime civilians were being murdered and enslaved, they discovered - surprise! - that it wasn't because Muslims were being bombed by Westerners. They were told by their Turkish host, Sidi Haji Abdrahaman (as recorded by Jefferson): “All nations which had not acknowledged the Prophet were sinners, whom it was the right and duty of the faithful to plunder and enslave.”

Apologists on your side of the argument exhibit a striking ignorance of history. Islam isn't just a religion. Alone among the major faiths, it is a political movement. And its choir has been singing from the same Koranic hymnal for 1400 years.

San Bernadino, Paris, Chatanooga, Fort Hood, 9-11, USS Cole... These are not perversions of a peaceful worldview. They are in lockstep with the precepts explicitly spelled out in the sura and the hadiths, as delivered by Allah's Messenger to the Whole Mankind, the Prophet Mohammed (Propeller Beanie Upon Him).

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Brian Kotowski 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Our view: Ethical approach to mass shootings

Extremists have targeted refugee program to enter US, Homeland Security chairman says "Intelligence officials have determined that Islamic extremists have explored using the refugee program to enter the United States, they told the head of the Homeland Security Committee...

...“The refugee system, like all immigration programs, is vulnerable to exploitation from extremist groups seeking to send operatives to the West,” the agency added, noting that a small number of Iraqi refugees were arrested on terror charges in 2010."

In 2010, Preezy paused Iraqi immigration for 6 months. When he did it, it was enlightened. Any suggestion that we apply the same caution today re: the Syrians is Racist! Bigoted! Xenophobic! Not Who We Are!

After declaring ISIS "contained" before the Paris massacre, and assuring us a day before San Bernadino that we were safe from a Paris-style attack, Preezy just keeps on keeping on with his delusional, PC pap.

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Brian Kotowski 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Our view: Ethical approach to mass shootings

The media is crowing about how the San Bernadino shooters were radicalized by sources unknown. What a lame cover up. It can’t be a coincidence that the attack came immediately following the outrageous failure to achieve consensus at the Paris global warming conference. And Preezy’s impassioned fairy tale about fish swimming in the streets of Miami. There can be no denying the catalyst: Global Warming. Bernie Sanders is right. Bernie is a Prophet! (Propeller Beanie Upon Him)

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Brian Kotowski 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Our view: Ethical approach to mass shootings

France seems to be ground zero for contemporary Muslim expansion into the West. The French have designated 751 ‘sensitive urban zones’ (ZUS is the French acronym); all Muslim, which tourists are warned to avoid and which the local authorities do not police. The riots of 2015 arose from those areas - no-go zones, which now exist all over Europe and Scandinavia. Populated by people who not only are uninterested in assimilating, but who are openly hostile to the cultures & societies they have chosen to inhabit.

Importing tens of thousands of people from a part of the world where those hostilities are inculcated from birth; and whom we cannot screen or vet (don’t take my word for it; that’s the assessment of Preezy’s own FBI, State Department, & intelligence services) is stupidity writ large.

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Brian Kotowski 8 months ago on Jim Webster: Resistance to change

Continued...

Ali Muhammad Brown, Dr. Nidal Hasan, Faleh Hassan, Abdulsalam S. al-Zahrani, James A. Larry, Rahim A. Alfetlawi, Yusuf Ibrahim, Reshad Riddle, Daymond Agnew, James Cosby, Alton Nolen, Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez...

And now it’s your objective to bring tens of thousands of people from a part of the world where clear majorities view this kind of depravity as not only acceptable, but mandated by Allah and His Prophet Muhammad (Propeller Beanie Upon Him).

Incidentally, my remarks about law enforcement are not intended as an indictment. Cops can do little more than respond to a crime after it’s been committed. The task of pre-emption falls to the intelligence services, who have already announced it’s impossible to vet the Syrians Preezy wants to invite to the party. What could possibly go wrong?

Allahu Akbar!

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Brian Kotowski 8 months ago on Jim Webster: Resistance to change

“…good old American Law will take care of it.”

Seriously? It didn’t prevent that girl from taking a beating, did it? If you believe it’ll prevent the prof - at best - from doing anything more than keeping his savagery behind closed doors, you are beyond naive.

Plus, “good old American Law” did such a bang up job protecting us from the Tsarvaevs, even after being warned by the Russians that they were time bombs. Nor from John Allen Muhammed and Lee Boyd Malvo, Mohammed Ali Alayed, Dr. Osama Ahmed Ibrahim, Ismail Peltek, Michael Julius Ford, Naveed Afzal Haq, Mujtaba Rabbani Jabbar, Yaser Abdel, Chaudhry Rashid, Muzzammil Hassan, Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad,

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Brian Kotowski 8 months ago on Jim Webster: Resistance to change

University of Missouri prof charged with 'violently grabbing 14-year-old relative by the hair and dragging her out of school for not wearing hijab'

He slapped her a couple times too, for good measure. Here in the land of the infidels, one's females must be beaten into submission. And that's what he does in public, for everyone to see. Imagine what he does in private.

Preezy's own FBI and State dept say it's impossible to vet the Syrians he wants to import. So let's bring 'em in, by the tens of thousands - because containment!

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