Food for thought

Islamic Supremacist like ISIS can be graded on the “Caliphate curve”. The Caliphate curve is based on how quickly the islamic organization wants to achieve the caliphate. What we describe as “extreme” or “moderate” is really the speed at wich an Islamic group wants to recreate the caliphate. Isis is at the extreme end of the scale, not because of it tortures, kills and rapes, but because it implemented the Caliphate immediately. The artrocities for wich ISIS has become known are typical of a functioning Caliphate. The execution of Muslims who do not submit to the Caliph, the ethnic cleansing and sexual slavery of non-Muslims are not aberrations. They are normal behavior for a Caliphate. The ISIS behaviors that we find so shocking were widely practiced in even the most civilized parts of the Muslim world around the time that the Statue of Liberty was being dedicated in New York City. But whether you take the long road along the Caliphate curve or the short one it still ends up in the same place. We are not at war with ISIS. We are at war with everyone on the Caliphate curve. Not because we choose to be, but because like Hitler’s Thousand Year Reich or Communism’s vision of one world under the red flag, the Caliphate is a plan for imposing a totalitarian system on us to deprive us of our rights.The Nazis and the Communists had a vision for the world. So do the Islamic Supremacists who advocate the restoration of the Caliphate. All three groups occasionally played the victim of our foreign policy, but they were not responding to us, they were trying to bring about their positive vision of an ideal society.
Nazi, Communist and Islamist societies just happen to be living nightmares for the rest of us.
You can believe what you want, but you cannot deny what History has taught us. The holy War has just Awakened and for some they will remain foolish and believe otherwise.

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