Sunday, October 15, 2006
What are the most difficult of the challenges to the USA?
There is little question in my mind. We face one internal challenge, and one external challenge:
Internally: the secular humanist movement, coupled with the far-left, kooky, progressive element in support of the humanists, represents a grave threat to our peace and tranquility, our spirit and resolve, and our freedoms and liberties. If one reads the Humanist Manifesto 2000, you get the picture of a barren society, devoid of religion, and with the children made wards of the state from the earliest time “in order to educate them.”
Externally: Islamism is the main foreign threat to our society over the next 20 years, as the Muslims conquer Europe and much of the Far East, and begin to pressure us more seriously in the US. Already, we have about six million Muslims in the States, and that will grow by double in 20 years. Islam is not compatible with our laws, our way of life, or our own goals for the nation. We only need to look at the news to see what Islam does around the world. We do not want that here, and will fight to keep it out.