The latest round of ISIS-inspired violence in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on January 6, 2017, is another notch in the belt of evil incarnate. The more it happens, the more numb and apathetic we become to the absolute and intentional destruction of freedom, specifically the American brand of freedom.
The alleged gunman, Esteban Santiago, is said to have “walked into an FBI office claiming he was being forced to fight for ISIS” and that “the government controlled his mind.” What if the young soldier’s seemingly psychotic statement is actually true? Hard to fathom, but if you believe in the power struggle of good against evil, anything is possible.
We live in an age when “truth” has become a lie, and lies have become “truth.” Is it so far-fetched to think that our own government, which is made up of people — both good and, yes, evil — would not stoop so low as to try to create chaos in order to gain more control of the free world? No evidence exists to that end, but it is a thought to ponder within our enlightened age of globalism and corruption. What better way to strike fear into the heart of a freedom-loving nation?
As long as Islam is viewed as “a peaceful religion,” in which Mohammadin doctrine is capable of influencing human beings to the point of creating murderous groups such as ISIS, Hamas, Al-Qaeda, etc., in the name of “god,” the slow, chipping away of freedom — religious and otherwise — will exist until freedom is no more.
Take the veil from your eyes, ears and mind. Wake up to the reality of Islam and the evil that surrounds it.