Cake Eater Chronicles post on the McCartney sisters
Last March I posted about Paula, Catherine, Donna, Claire and Gemma McCartney, and Bridgeen Hagans. Cake Eater Chronicles posts on terrorism and the McCartney sisters:
again, it’s been speculated that it’s because these moderate Muslims are afraid to speak up, for fear that the Islamofascists will turn on them.
Well, it appears that six women—who loved a man as a brother and a fiancee—proved to be the straw that broke the camel’s back when it came to the IRA. Robert McCartney, a Belfast Catholic, was murdered for no other reason than he was critical of the IRA and had the guts to speak truth to power. When the IRA offered to “take care of the matter” the women who loved him refused, and instead opted to speak out. The IRA is an organization that used as much terror on its supporters as it did the British.
It should be a lesson to those moderate Muslims we only hear from when they’re worried about being attacked themselves that only by speaking out and denouncing the Islamofascists acts—by refusing to play the game the Islamofascists way—will they spare themselves an IRA-like rule of terror. They have got to start denouncing these actions now, and they must do it loudly. They cannot only be worried about the racial profiling of their community, but rather must integrate further into their communities. They must learn that there can only be respect for their faith when they are not silent about the acts that some would commit in the name of it. This will spare them a reign of terror like that of the IRA’s. Because, if 7/7 wasn’t a message to moderate Muslims to get with the program, it should be said that that message is already being played daily in Baghdad. And that’s the message we really don’t want to be played in the streets of London or New York or D.C.—or anywhere for that matter.
It’s past time for them to choose.
Terrorism is terrorism.