Amil Imani Articles (12)
There has been a nonstop discussion about President Trump's temporary proposed ban of the entry of persons from six Muslim majority nations. While I applaud President Trump for his courageous stand on this important issue, I am disappointed that he did not go far enough.
I have repeatedly said in the past that being a Muslim and being American are incompatible. A Muslim is an Ummah-ist. His/her loyalty, first and above all, is to Islamic world rule and not to the country where he/she resides. By allowing Muslims to immigrate to the West, we are literary inviting the biggest enemy of mankind into our homes. Because, Muslims do not assimilate, they come here to make Islam the law of the land.
Do we ever learn from our past mistakes? If yes, then why do we keep repeating them? America cannot afford to continue down this current path of appeasement, hoping that the Islam issue will simply go away by itself. It won’t and it never will. When our elected officials are unable to deal with this life-threatening issue, people become desperate and turn to charlatans and demagogues, with dire consequences.
American politicians sometimes wonder why people of other nations show contempt toward America. Perhaps this article will shed some light in the understanding of this enigma.
A few years ago, several high ranking American and European officials and dignitaries attended an NCRI (National Council of Resistance of Iran) rally held in Paris.
Over the past 39 years, I have witnessed Iranian opposition groups and Iranian TV channels in Los Angeles keep popping up, one after another, but none united. Each group had its own agenda, yet, the common denominator between all of them was “regime change.” Knowing the Iranian mentality and a decided lack of team work, I knew they could not possibly stand a chance against the powerful Islamic regime that possesses a capability of monitoring the Iranian population locally and globally in order to ensure and comply with regime mandates.
There were never any questions about the Islamists denigrating Iran and exulting Muhammad. These mullahs owe their very livelihood and very lives to the lucrative business that Muhammad launched for their parasitic and shameful existence. It is vital for these leeches to continue trumpeting the sainthood of their business founder and driving all other competition out of Iran. Give these worms credit for paying homage to the source of their shameful livelihood.
Compelled by the inalienable right of the people to institute their government and replace it when it fails to serve its constituents in the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness, millions of Iranians representing the entire spectrum of society are demanding change from the repressive theocracy to an open secular democracy.
We Iranians, castigated by the barbaric cult of Islam as infidels, heathens, unbelievers, and apostates, have long recognized Islam for what it is: an intolerant primitive chauvinistic belief system incompatible with the tenets of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
It is hard to believe this September marks the 15-year anniversary since the 9/11 terrorist attacks. It was a teachable moment in a specific point in time when America’s view of the world changed dramatically, and perhaps permanently.
Make America Great Again. Just a slogan, the people of failure shout back. Failure knows only failure. To these people, the Obama-Hillary team who have failed us for nearly eight years in every aspect of our lives, failure is not only normal, it is inevitable.
The list of their failures for the loser team is so long and glaring that I hardly need to repeat them all here. So, here’s just a few to remind those who are in denial or have a vested interest in keeping the failing system in place.
Ted Cruz emerged onto the national political scene in 2012 when he defeated Texas Lt. Gov. Dewhurst and had the backing of most of the state's Republican establishment, including then-governor Rick Perry.
I can attest to that, because I personally witnessed it every step of the way.
"Where intelligence starts and stops is at the White House," Lt. General Michael Flynn gruffly exclaimed in response to a question posed by Megyn Kelly on The Kelly File. "The president sets the priorities, and he's the number-one customer. So if he's not getting the intelligence that he needs, and if he's not paying attention to what else is going on, then something else is wrong there between them and the advisers that he has."