August 29, 2011, - 1:18 pm
It’s ironic that the same media, including FOX News–which refuse to report on the real, deadly threat posed by Islam–over-exaggerate and over-predict the threat of hurricanes and other weather. Of course, if it had been a real serious hurricane like they were predicting, many more people would have died and the damage would have been far more serious, though not nearly as serious as the 3,000 Americans murdered on 9/11 and the many killed since then by Muslims in attacks on Fort Hood and attempted attacks elsewhere. And had the real, serious Hurricane they were predicting happened, we wouldn’t go through ten years of the media telling us not to be “hurricanephobic” and that only a few hurricanes are bad, but the rest are nice guys (or girls, since they have chicks’ names). Thus, here are a couple of my tweets (follow me on Twitter) from over the weekend.
Hurricanes are very dangerous, but not nearly as much as Islamic jihad. Islam is not an occasional thing that happens due to the shifting weather cycles. It’s a threat that is growing, slowly, but surely, through immigration and birth rates. And we are not even a scintilla as vigilant as we are about a temporary, short-lived hurricane that might end up being just a tropical storm.
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