Back in the good old, happy days of 1939, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain was honest enough to admit he had just signed a deal with the devil. Ashton takes hypocrisy to new heights by proposing making the same man both devil and angel.

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  1. When reading articles such as this, it is sometimes helpful to take a step back and look at the big picture. It is interesting to see how all other problems a country can have can take a backseat in relationship to the impact Islam has on them. In truth, Islam isn’t that big a problem, or even that big a religion. It is what you “think” that matters. In truth, in relationship to Islam, the countries that have a problem with the way Islam impacts their infrastructure in a profound, intense, negative, daily manner are those that are at war with Islam. So if we do a check

  2. When reading articles such as this, it is sometimes helpful to take a step back and look at the big picture. It is interesting to see how all other problems a country can have can take a backseat in relationship to the impact Islam has on them. In truth, Islam isn’t that big a problem, or even that big a religion. It is what you “think” that matters. In truth, in relationship to Islam, the countries that have a problem with the way Islam impacts their infrastructure in a profound, intense, negative, daily manner are those that are at war with Islam. So if we do a checklist, it becomes interesting to see who we are talking about. In recent, or not too distant past, the following nations have been at war, with themselves, over Islam: Libya, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, maybe even Jordan. The nations that choose Islam result in infighting and regional distabilization. In short: the Middle East is unstable. Next, if we examine Europe, ever since the EU was formed there have been problems. Countries going bankrupt, etc. When you visit Europe you find, on quite a practical level that they are simply not as advanced as America. They do not have the same availability of goods, period. Additionally, they have had to deal with the realtime logistical difficulties of dealing with the impact that Islam has on a society not accustomed to having personal religious beliefs of a minority threaten to overwell the very actions of their everyday life. In this instances, North Americans should thank Europeans for sparing them the torturous role of being the frontrunner of dealing with these issues without the benefit of having someone who has already gone through it so you don’t have to learn every lesson from scratch. Europe is not to be envied; no matter what they say, they are not doing so well. But again, look at the big picture, or better yet, actually take the time to look at a map of the world and see for yourself; the Middle East,as described as the nations in conflict with themselves over Islam, and Europe, are not the whole world, or combined, even a very big part of it. It is actually a small part. What should happen is those that are for Israel, should stay for Israel. For those that are for Israel, the time is now to work ceaselessly for the benefit of Israel, and not look back.

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