Letter: Denying radical Islam is itself a greater evil

Hear no evil, see no evil. For too long now, we Americans have been subjected to an almost criminal denial of the terror acting itself out on our homeland. But, seriously, it wouldn’t really do any good to name this “evil” because in doing so we would only be fostering an even more threatening climate for our fellow citizens. It’s a policy of appeasement that makes Neville Chamberlain’s “peace” negotiations look almost reasonable.

(Article by Peter Wilson)

Remember the Fort Hood psychiatrist who murdered unsuspecting soldiers in cold blood despite the fact that medical personnel had sounded the alarm concerning his Islamic “workplace” rants? And how about that wacky filmmaker who supposedly caused the deaths of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and his security aides? And on and on.

Besides, who knows, perhaps the bloody rampage in Orlando was, ironically, triggered by the “victim-shooter’s” possibly conflicted sexuality? Reality doesn’t always turn out to be what it actually is: “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!”

The denial of all these evils is itself an even greater evil because balloons and flowers and candlelight memorials and, yes, more gun control laws will do nothing to stop this carnage and allow justice to prevail.

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