July 7, 2005—7–7—was an unlucky day for Britons. Islamic terrorists had planted bombs on their transit system killing dozens, injuring hundreds, and bringing transportation and financial markets to a standstill. While rockers were singing their guilty and hypocritical hearts out at “Live 8” to bring awareness of Africa’s poverty plight and debt load to a fed up world, and the world’s superpowers were meeting in Scotland at the G8 Summit to discuss “Global Warming,” terrorists were planning and planting their bombs. If you want to see real global warming, then take a trip to London, Madrid, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, the Philippines, and Ground Zero in New York City. Self-absorbed politicians in America are worried about what food terrorists are getting to eat at Guantanamo, but seem oblivious to the long-term goals of Islam: the domination of the world through high birth rates, fear, intimidation, and terror. Global Warming is here in the form of bombs, fuel-laden jet liners, and the possible nuclear bomb! If we don’t fight those who advocate this ideology now on our terms, we will have our own War of the Worlds to contend with.
So what’s the solution? First, George Bush needs to declare war against militant Islam. Second, one by one every Islamic clergyman should be called on to denounce terrorism publicly. The First Amendment, as Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story argued “was not to countenance, much less to advance Mohammedanism, or Judaism, or infidelity, by prostrating Christianity, but to exclude all rivalry among Christian sects [denominations] and to prevent any national ecclesiastical establishment which would give to an hierarchy the exclusive patronage of the national government.” You and I know that if Christians were involved in terrorist acts, Christian leaders would be on radio and TV every day denouncing them, and if they weren’t, they would be called on by members of the press and Congress to take a public stand. It happened when Paul Hill killed abortionists in the name of God.
Third, Muslim leaders who refuse to denounce terrorism could be detained for a period of 60 days until extensive background checks and associations can be made. Fourth, any mosque that refuses to denounce terrorism in the name of Islam would be closed down. Fifth, any person promoting terrorism in the name of Islam anywhere in the United States will be sent to a prisoner of war camp, even if that person is a professor at a university. We are at war. The Constitution’s provision on treason is clear:
Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court (Art. III, sec. 3).
Sixth, any Muslim entering the United States must take an anti-terrorist oath. If he or she refuses, entry is denied.
Is this radical? Maybe. But it won’t seem radical if some suicide bomber strapped with dynamite decides to take his terrorist ideology into a crowded movie theater some day. Will these provisions stop terrorists? Not all of them, but it will show Americans who’s loyal to the United States and who’s not.