Geert Wilders is coming to the US. Although I’m not a fan, this is good news for free speech in America.
If anyone is wondering why I’m not a fan, here’s the short version:
The best way to win a war is to know your enemy.
We are currently fighting a war against a well-organized paramilitary/terrorist infrastructure that is funded by Islamist countries like Saudi Arabia, Iran and Pakistan. The financial and ideological foundations of this infrastructure are managed by Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood and branch organizations like Hizb-ut-Tahrir, Hamas, CAIR, Fatah and the Muslim American society.
Military training is provided by Iranian, Pakistani and Libyan intelligence agencies. While most of this organization’s riches come from wealthy oil ticks, supplemental income is provided by criminal activity like drug and cigarette smuggling.
Most nations around the world are allied with terrorism’s state supporters and most ally with their branch organizations like Hizb-ut-Tahrir and the Muslim Brotherhood. Without this political support, this organization could not survive.
That’s who the enemy is, and that’s how the enemy works. The best way to fight it is to attack the enemy’s intelligence agencies and their alliances.
A short list of who the enemy is not:
- annoying moonbats
- Charles Johnson, or any anti-Islamists who question the idea that Muslim immigrants should be deported from European countries because they’re Muslims.
- the Koran
- the MSM
Like some anti-Islamists, Wilders doesn’t correctly identify the enemy. I’m not a fan of anyone who proposes poor or losing strategies during wartime, so I can’t claim to be a fan. I have the same problem with moonbats and the MSM.
However, I support free speech whether I agree with the speech or not, so his arrival in America is worth celebrating.