Friday, September 10, 2010
Reasons for Burning the Koran on September 11:
1. It is a symbolic act, signifying that we hold the Islamic ideology fully responsible for the attack on America of September 11, 2001, and that we will brook no excuse or rationalization from Imams like Feisal Abdul Rauf.
2. It is a symbolic act that we will not allow Islamic extremism, violence and the threat of violence to cause us to suspend the First Amendment to our Constitution or self-censor to appease a barbarian ideology.
3. It is a symbolic act, signifying that we utterly reject Islam as a legitimate religion, not merely because of its theology, but because of its totalitarian goals to rule the world through force, its oppression of women, gays and non-Muslims, and its cruelty, intolerance and violence.
4. It is a symbolic act of our determination to resist and to defeat Islamic aggression against the West, and to ensure the survival of Western Civilization.
5. It is a symbolic statement that we find Islam to be utterly incompatible with western democracy and our belief that Islam has no place in America.
I will be driving to Barnes & Noble this afternoon to hopefully purchase a cheap paperback Koran, which I will then burn in my backyard fire pit tomorrow. If I can, I will film the burning and post it on YouTube.