Is it Possible to Method with the Minds of Madness..?
Wow! In lieu of how most of the media has handled this tragic act of terrorism that occurred in San Bernardino, CA on December 1, 2015 I will try and be brief because I feel that most of the country is inundated with the horrendous acts carried out by two, perhaps even more individuals and currently looking as though this was a wrangled attempt, with authorities looking to see if there were other targets that were not hit.
In leadership roles we have maintained that effective leaders try to get to the root or basic level of any given problem and then through the brainstorming sessions, listening to other individuals and then finding a solution (commonly called decision-making) through the consensus of those individuals most knowledgeable of the situation to initiate the steps of stopping the problem.
Lately I have been giving a lot of thought to organizations such as: The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) which describes itself as a “non-profit, grassroots membership organization … established to promote a positive image of Islam and Muslims in America,” to protect Muslims from hate crimes and discrimination, and to present “an Islamic perspective on issues of importance to the American public.”
Furthermore, I ask myself how this [type] of organization ever landed and got licensed in the USA. I still find it hard to believe that any group of real adults could or would fall for a preconceived “positive image of Islam and Muslims in America,” to protect Muslims from hate crimes and discrimination, moreover, to present an Islamic perspective on issues of importance to the American people.”
I dare to say, “Oh how wonderful of you!” But in reality I am going to say that your organization is a failure. Maybe we should examine some issues. So what exactly is an Islamic perspective on issues of importance to the American people? Just maybe I can assist you with this notion: We feel that any Muslim person that decides to relocate and live in America should assimilate to the American way of life. No ifs ands or buts.
I will readily go on the record and say that all of this rubbish about Hijab’s on school females, only to move that onto female soldiers in the United States military, and this action paves the way for other religious oriented societies to moan and grip about having their beards cut, nails manicured, or turban removal.
Now before the Islamic groups gained access to the United States there were as it appeared to me, Muslim folks who had regard for the American system of laws. You see what I feel is that when a person makes the decision to relocate to America — please be assured that by hat, ass, and gloves — we expect that Muslims will live by way of the American standards. This of course does not mean that Muslims need to give up anything except — that which is direct contradiction to American standards such as Jihad, mercy killings, any spousal or child abuse, or face the consequences of your actions without the crutch of CAIR.
Another issue that needs addressing, where is or what ever happened to the Islamic perspective on issues of importance to the American people? Presently and for the last half century who is it that believes they know what these issues are? As a mild-mannered American person I do have doubts if any Muslim knows what sharia law does to the American mind and even more so, why does it appear that there are Muslims involved in every attack against American ways or values.