Why Can’t We Talk About Muslim Supremacism?

With Islamist terror attacks becoming commonplace in Europe and authorities across the continent doing very little to prevent them, it’s clear that the Trump administration’s tough approach to handling the threat of Islamist terror attacks is necessary.

It’s time Americans call these terror attacks what they really are — actions in support of an ideology that holds Islam and sharia above all else. In other words Muslim supremacy.

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  • marty_p

    The liberal left refuses to acknowledge that it’s hate speech (plain and simple) to stand up in the front of a Mosque and preach “Kill the Jews” &/or “Kill the Kuffars”.
    They refuse to acknowledge (despite repeated terrorist attacks) that they mean what they say – it’s not like they are making a secret of their goals.

    • Alain

      Yes, but the bigger problem is the very existence of “hate speech” and “hate” laws. They always come back at some point to be used against those who promoted them in the first place.

  • Alain

    Well perhaps compared to all other Western leaders, Trump’s approach could be called tough, but I disagree that it is. Otherwise there would be no more Muslims admitted and those there would be quickly deported the moment they raise their head to commit or call for violence, along with any calling for sharia.

  • Jabberwokk

    Only whitey can be evil from what I understand.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      You got that right!

  • Achmed

    ISLAM UBER ALLES!

    • Raymond Hietapakka

      …Lebensraum and Jizya…

  • Norman_In_New_York

    At least, we can talk about it here, which gives us more freedom than most media people and politicians.

    • Alain

      Not to mention the only country left in the West where it is either not already criminalised or in the process of being criminalised.