Wednesday, January 25, 2012
There's a commercial that's on the tube in the New York City area put out by the United Federation of Teachers. "Ten years as Mayor, and Mike Bloomberg still doesn’t get it" the commercial begins. While the teachers are referring to his dealing with education, I agree that the Mayor doesn't get it, but also in another venue.
Ten years as Mayor of New York, coming in on Rudy Giuliani's coattails, jack-hammering his way to a third term, despite the desires of his electorate, Mayor Bloomberg still doesn't understand that the US, and, in particular, New York City, is at war. He still doesn't understand that by rolling over and allowing our enemy to dictate to us doesn't help. He still doesn't understand that, by bending over backwards to kiss the tuchuses of Islamists he is putting his city, our nation and the world in grave danger.
By shaming Police Commissioner Ray Kelly into apologizing for training his police officers in the methods and goals of the Islamist Revolution, Mayor Bloomberg gives strength to the enemy.
The Muslims who are on the side of freedom wouldn't use a movie about Islamist terrorism and jihad as an excuse to yell "racism" or "Islamophobia". They understand that a movie about terrorism isn't about them, it isn't about all Muslims; they understand that the movie is about the people who would use their religion to oppress others. So, in general, any Muslim that says that the Police in NY who are fighting terrorism on a daily basis, who are doing their best to protect the citizens of the Big Apple from the worms who would destroy it, are being insensitive by showing a movie about jihad are part of the problem. They are the ones who secretly (or not so secretly) root for the terrorists, the Jihadists, the Islamists.
So, Mr. "Mayor" (and I use that term loosely since I don't think Mr. Bloomberg deserves the title), stand up for your police department. Stand up for educating your first responders. Stand up for revealing the enemy for who he/she is. Show the world that you have a backbone, that you know who you are fighting. If you don't, you are handing New York over the the Islamists. If you don't, more people will die in another 9/11. Do your job, Mr. Bloomberg. Do your job and protect all the people who call New York home, all the people who work in New York, all the people who visit New York on a daily basis. Or you'll have no people left to protect.
Posted by compugraphd at 10:53 PM