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Just Get It and Read it
on May 9, 2011
I'm about 70-80 pages into the book, and all I can say is, just get the book and read it. Then pass the book on or make sure you recommend it to your friends, family and co-workers. If you consider yourself as one who pays attention to what is going on...then read this. If you have not been paying attention, and need to catch up...then read this. If you are politically correct, and need a good dose of truth, then read this. If you are politically correct, and want to continue playing ostrich, then don't read this book.
Also, you may want to break out your highlighter, to highlight the salient points, and the're many, and your pen and notebook to take some notes.
I am sure, that once this book charts higher as it sells, and therfore becomes a threat to those who are politically correct, you will begin to see negative reviews popping up...all the more reason to get the book and read it.
I am also sure that once the politically correct read this review, they will slam me with all the vitriol that they are able to muster...that is OK, because they can't present a cogent argument against the material/facts, so they must, per usual, resort to hyperbolic attack. Thing is, you can't suppress the truth, and that is what this book contains.
Stackelbeck spent a large amount of time going right to the sources--terrorists and the anti-terroroists alike--and asking them the poigniant questions (no soft-balls here), as he relates in the book. Talk about primary sources!
Like me, you will feel some emotion while reading this book--anger, frustration, saddness, bewilderment--being PO'd! Hopefully, you will feel motivated to affect change to make sure that the terrible potential, which is illustrated clearly, never be realized.
Complacency is the lubricant for the vehicle of those who see us as enemies and seek our destruction, or at best our capitualtion, hence servitude/slavery, via the jizya, which is a crushing tax imposed upon non-believers.
A few tidbits from the book so far...the word Taqiyya--the Islamic concept of deception...Muslims are permitted to lie to non-Muslims if the lie furthers the cause of Islam. Something to keep in mind the next time you see a representative of one of their front groups speaking in the Media...and yes, he does point out who those groups are...names, acronyms and spokespeople
The Muslim Brotherhood "formed a nucleus with support from Nazi Germany and the German military intellegence...helped create the 'secet apparatus,' as their military terrorist wing."
The new modus operandi of terrorism, is what Stackelbeck call the "Chip Away" strategy...while still planning the "Big One," they are planning smaller scale attacks, with greater frequency...these are low tech, cheap, little manpower, that inflict immense carnage, psychological terror, economic damage...can be carried out in smaller cities as well as big cities.
They target for recruitment, by selling the ideology of martyrdom, the young, male, unemployed, homeless, and those who feel hopelessness about their future, while promising loads of cash to the families of those who choose to die in the name of Allah.
Got your attention?
This could easily turn into a long laundry list of extracts from the book...but, as I said above, just get it and read it for yourself...you won't be disapointed...and then, you can write your own review, with other points from the book.
Enough said...now I have to get back to my reading!