Bhutto Killing Puts Euro Leaders On Notice: Time to ChooseI have no illusions. The only actions these fools will take is to try to silence people like Scott Ott.
The assassination of Benazir Bhutto has put on notice the leaders of every European nation.
Your secularism, your democracy will not stand. The growing Muslim populations in your own lands that you have done so much to tolerate, protect and celebrate, will soon rise up against you. Sharia law shall become your law. The Caliph shall rule you.
It remains only for you to choose submission or assassination.
This bullet to the neck of democracy in Pakistan should cause a twinge in the carotid artery of each leader in France, Britain, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Greece...name them all.
The assassin, strapped with bombs and carrying a firearm, stood amidst a cheering throng and took aim at the only major symbol of liberalism and democratic reform in the Islamic world. As the mortally-wounded woman slumped through the sunroof, the happy hunter detonated himself to send a clear message that no security cordon can protect those who rise to oppose jihad.
Cling, if you will, to your professors who drone on about the legitimate grievances of oppressed peoples who wish only to be left alone. Your cartridge clicks into the chamber.
Sing yourself to sleep each night with an ode to peaceful co-existence. The crosshairs find your throat.
Cup your hands over your ears to muffle the unthinkable warnings. The finger squeezes the trigger.
As you mount the rostrum to decry the slaying and call for calm in Pakistan, do you wonder whether your security detail could stop him?
As you send your condolences to the grieving widower, the shattered supporters and the tottering Pakistani president, himself a target of previous assassination attempts, do you have a strategy for negotiating with those who embrace murderous martyrdom?
Which will you choose -- submission or assassination?
Take your time deciding, but know this: The bullet hurtles onward.
Time to Choose
Scott Ott sums things up quite effectively: