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Donald Trump is a purveyor of fear and as such he encourages terrorists. ISIS and radical Muslim terrorists have only one goal – it is to disrupt our way of life through fear. They are fighting against us, those of us that value diversity, enjoyment of life and the welfare of our fellow men, because they want to impose their distorted belief system upon us. The radical Muslim terrorists are fighting an asymmetric war against us using fear as their only weapon.

Asymmetric warfare is fighting between two, or more waring people where one of the belligerents does not have the warfare capabilities of the other. There are many examples of asymmetric warfare in history. The Bible’s parable of David and Goliath gives us an example of asymmetric warfare. The 9/11 terrorists are also another example of asymmetric warfare, as well as the American Revolutionary War. Radical Muslim terrorism is often portrayed as Muslims against Judeo-Christians as this makes for nice quick soundbites, but in reality, it is nothing more than a group of malcontents who are trying to impose their revolting belief system upon the rest of us.

Their only weapon is fear.

Trump’s continued attempts to impose his travel ban does nothing to protect the nation, but instead empowers the radical terrorist by magnifying their only weapon – fear. The recent terrorist attacks in England were an attempt to instill fear on Great Britain. Ariana Grande’s concert, in response to the Manchester bombing, took the fear out of the terrorists’ arsenal and instead converted it into unity and the repudiation of the terrorists’ intent on conquering by dividing people with fear.

On the other hand, Trump’s Sunday tweet to the mayor of London, in response to the London Bridge attacks, encourages fear and thus empowered the terrorists, which is their goal.

Understanding that fear is their only weapon makes it important to understand that to defeat ISIS and their ilk can only be accomplished through unity and the dismantling of their only weapon – fear.

Apparently that simple fact is too complex for Donald Trump to understand.

Martin Paredes

Reporting on public corruption, border politics, immigration and public policy in El Paso since 2000.

5 replies on “Donald Trump Supports Terrorism Through Fear”

  1. Malcontents? These aren’t some teenagers walking out of the lunchroom in protest. They are committed to killing anyone that refuses to submit. It is in the Quran to convert or kill any nonbeliever. They are fanatic to the point of insanity.

    Poland has not had any attacks or protests by these nuts. The Polish solution is very simple.The Polish government stated “we don’t allow Muslim immigration”. In the US the Mecca for Muslims is Michigan and how’s that working out?

    3 terrorist attacks in one day and numerous attacks throughout the year with loss of lives. And it’s minimized as no big deal? Not saying the attacks should be characterized as a time to flee and hide under the bed. The President is saying pay attention and do we want that. The US has not been immune to these idiots attacking.

    Minimizing violence hasn’t worked in Mexico.

  2. Malcontents? These aren’t some teenagers walking out of the lunchroom in protest. They are committed to killing anyone that refuses to submit. It is in the Quran to convert or kill any nonbeliever. They are fanatic to the point of insanity.

    Poland has not had any attacks or protests by these nuts. The Polish solution is very simple.The Polish government stated “we don’t allow Muslim immigration”. In the US the Mecca for Muslims is Michigan and how’s that working out?

    3 terrorist attacks in one day and numerous attacks throughout the year with loss of lives. And it’s minimized as no big deal? Not saying the attacks should be characterized as a time to flee and hide under the bed. The President is saying pay attention and do we want that. The US has not been immune to these idiots attacking.

  3. And the travel ban is directed at countries where fighting has led to potentially compromised record checking. In some of these countries ISIS has captured government offices and passport making equipment. We don’t have good ways to background check incoming refugees from those countries. One of the comments made about the U.K. attacks is the number of folks on the watchlist has exceeded the ability of the police to track them. Hence even though calls were made to the police about one of the terrorists, nothing got done. Adding a bunch of unscreened refugees from countries who are havens for terrorists is a mistake. The travel ban makes sense. We should have a healthy fear of an enemy who attacks civilians with whatever tools are at hand simply because they have a different faith system and ethnicity. Let’s face it Martin, if there was a sect of radical Baptists who decided killing Mexican Catholics was critical to their interpretation of their faith would you support a travel ban on bringing people in from countries where this group was able to blend in and hide until better ways of identifying them were in place or would you just call them a group of malcontents we should ignore?

  4. Martin
    What we are seeing is the historical tactic by the Mohammedans of conversion by the sword and has nothing to do with Trump. If you blame Trump for radicalization of the Mohammedans than you are also forced to also blame Obama. The issue is the Mohammedans only want their brand of religious government and do not come to America for our way of life or do they support our constitution to do so is abhorrent to the religious doctrine and believe system. Sorry many of us make the choice not to commit societal suicide, to fall on our swords in the name of being PC, diversity, inclusiveness, which is now clearly the intent by the left in America.
    The Supreme Court will decided this matter and it will not be trail by the mob or press but on actual constitutional ground and passed legal precedent.

  5. London. Manchester. More diversity success stories. Yeah, we need more diversity here, too.

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