To understand this post, dear reader, I am going to make an odd request. I would like you to read two posts on another person’s blog. So please be patient with me.
What is the subject? It is an important one. We have this strange idea being promoted by many of our leaders: people don’t kill; guns kill. Therefore, if we get rid of the guns, guns won’t kill people. In a nation of people descended from pioneers, where did that nonsense come from? As odd as it may seem, I think the notion originated as a distortion of Biblical teaching. However, to put that notion into perspective, I think reading a couple of posts at
level_head‘s (AKA Keith DeHavelle) blog would help.
First check out Confiscation, a post about gun control. Make certain you digest these comments.
Then consider Conspiracy. That is a post about the Muslim Brotherhood, a group that truly is engaged in a massive conspiracy. In his post,provides a short history of our government’s attempts to tiptoe around the connection between Islam and terrorism.
Why do we refuse to make the connection between Islam and terrorism? In response to the following comment, I provided an explanation (following the comment).
Therefore, I ask. Is my theory correct?