USA: What Bobby Jindal Gets about Islam — and Most People Still Don’t

Footballs are deflating, the president is detached from reality, the Saudi king is deceased, and the sharia state next door, Yemen, is descending into bloody chaos. With mere anarchy loosed upon the world, it would be easy to miss the fact that, in England this week, Bobby Jindal gave as important and compelling a speech as has been delivered in years about America — our leadership role on the world stage, our preservation as a beacon of liberty.

In the birthplace of the Magna Carta, it has nonetheless become legally risky to speak with candor (even when quoting Churchill). Yet Louisiana’s Republican governor became that rarest of modern Anglo or American statesmen. Bobby Jindal told the truth about Islam, specifically about its large radical subset that attacks the West by violent jihad from without and sharia-supremacist subversion from within.

With Western Europe still reeling from the jihadist mass-murders in Paris at Charlie Hebdo magazine and the Hyper Kacher Jewish market, Governor Jindal outlined a bold, Reaganesque vision of American foreign policy guided by three imperatives — freedom, security, and truth. It is on the last one, truth, that our capacity to ensure freedom and security hinges. “You cannot remedy a problem,” Jindal explained, “if you will not name it and define it”…

Note: From Wikipedia:

Piyush “Bobby” Jindal (born June 10, 1971) is an American politician who is the 55th and current Governor of Louisiana and the Vice Chairman of the Republican Governors Association.

Jindal was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to immigrants from India.

He converted to Christianity and is much disliked by the left. 

  • Rosenmops

    At least there are a few politicians who understand what is going on and aren’t afraid to talk about it. Allen West is another one. I guess neither can be accused of racism since we all know only white people are racist.

  • Linda1000

    I’ve been a long time fan Bobby Jindal ever since he said a few years ago,
    “We love us some guns and religion and make no apologies for it.” in talking about Louisiana.
    He also isn’t all just talk.

  • Jan Morrissy

    I like this guy…..

    • Kathy Nelson


      • Jan Morrissy

        I’m reserving any final judgments on Jindal as I never heard of him before this speech. However, in this instance, he happens to say what many people have been wanting to hear from the administration and haven’t been.
        The surge of popularity of the clip proves people need to hear this. Wouldn’t you say?

  • A rarity.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    Jindal in 2016!

    The return of sanity to the oval office.

  • I hope Jindal continues to speak the truth about Islam.

    The word is slowly getting out.

    As Europe reaches near civil war violence levels an awareness tipping point will be reached.

    Hopefully it will not be too late.

  • James Hamilton

    Another Republican Governor to watch for is Nikki Randhawa-Haley of South Carolina. Her stand on Gun-Rights & muslim immigration are very staunch. Incidentally, like Jindal, she too is of east Indian ethnicity.

  • Kathy Nelson

    Jindal is a dweeb. Stop gawking at the recent press where Jindal is playing up to the islamic issue. Look at his past. And look at the fact that Louisiana remains one of the poorest and uneducated states in the US, along with being the recipient of big buckets of federal money. Jindal is a failure whose “religious” track record would make him a hero among the Taliban.