BEWARE – This will be our reality too if we don’t act fast

by Phil Schneider

Police trying to protect Jew from Muslims in Peterborough.
This is the sad state of Britain in 2019. At least the police are protecting this Jew from his attackers. This is what is coming to the USA if it does not deal with the growing sharia/jihadi Muslim population.

How to Keep Unbridled Immigration From Destroying Our Country

This will sound heartless, but it is not. It is simply sound extrapolation based on looking at what is going on across Europe today. The United States does not have the same kind of issue as does Europe. The United States cannot be invaded by land. Europe can and has been – countless times throughout history. In Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and other Muslim countries, there are tens of thousands of refugees who are literally running for their lives. Many of them want nothing more than to survive. So, they have run to the countries that have the most porous borders.

The problem – of course – is that the refugees running provide the perfect cover for Muslims who are not merely running for their lives. They are also looking to spread Shariah Law to the West. Our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents all came to the United States in order to live a better life and/or to run away from persecution. They did not come with hopes and plans to change the United States from it’s basic way of life. That is the essential difference between then and now.

We can stick our heads in the sand and make believe there is no threat, but we’d be fooling ourselves. Shariah Law is a system of life that is completely opposed to freedom of religion and freedom of speech – for Muslims and non-Muslims alike. These two ideals and values need to be raised up high if we want to protect our way of life – freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Otherwise, even the right to bear arms will not protect our liberties. Shariah Law will be democratically elected into power, and then it will be too late.

Dr. Risch

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