The Tenth Crusade

History is a cyclical phenomenon. It provides us with the opportunity to learn from past victories and defeats. As you journey through the pages of the past you begin to see a series of similar actions and reactions. This is ever true of the Islamic invasion of the west.

Within a century Islam went from a blossoming ideology to a warring conquest that spread through the Middle East, Asia Minor, North Africa, and then The West. In 711 Muslim Crusaders conquered Spain and imposed the kingdom of Andalus. In 717 the Arab muslims were at war with Bulgaria. In 846 Rome was raided. From 837-901 Muslim crusaders conquered Sicily, and raided Italy, Corsica, and France. Through this whole period, and after, Muslim conquerors raided and destroyed Christians and their holy sites all throughout the Middle East.

It is often taught to us that The Crusades were an act of aggression perpetrated by the Christian world. When in fact, it was clearly an act of defense against a violent and murderous cult. In many ways, the crusades, both the aggressive Muslim and Christian response never ended. They continue to this day. The actors and the methods have changed, but the war rages the same.

We are at war, not with a new enemy but an old one. An enemy who once sold the children of our conquered ancestors at the slave markets of North Africa, and who now seeks to kill them in concert halls. This enemy chooses not to meet our best on the battlefield, but chooses to slaughter our most vulnerable within our own borders.

The great tragedy is that we have not merely been complacent, but we have openly welcomed this enemy into our communities. We have waved the banner of virtue signals and invited evil into our borders. Our ancestors fought this enemy for centuries, finally pushing them back into their homeland. Only to have their descendants welcome it back with open arms.

How many innocent men, women, and children must we burn on the alter of open borders and multiculturalism before we make a change? How many severed limbs must lay in the street before we open our eyes? How many severed heads must roll off the blades of Mahadists before we see this enemy for what it is? We cannot claim to hold the moral high ground because we allow refugees into our nations, while simultaneously allowing savages in who mass murder our own. We can not claim to be moral when we willfully risk the lives of our families and countrymen. Our first duty is not to the inhabitants of the Middle East, but to the men, women, and children of The West. If we cannot ensure the safety and prosperity of our own, while simultaneously providing a better life for others, then we must cease the latter until the problem can be resolved.

Until we can ensure the safety of our people, as well as the preservation of our culture and way of life we must accept the harsh reality that no matter how good our intentions are, the outcomes are destructive. Until the Islamic world faces the daemon festering within its culture we cannot allow its cohabitation to expand. I fully support peaceful muslims who wish to join us in our culture, who have joined us in our culture, and who live alongside us in our culture. However, until Muslims worldwide reform their religion and route out the evil growing inside of it we cannot allow its importation to continue. We must close our borders, eradicate the extremism within our own nations, while the Islamic world simultaneously does the same, and then only then, we can try this again.

-Tom Binnz

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