Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Pamela Geller, Hero

Most people don't say a single word against Islam or Jihad. Most don't even say a word against ISIS. But some people do so on a daily basis. And Very few people continue to do so after surviving a jihadist attack. And then there's Pamela Geller. She survived a jihadist attack, she is specifically named by ISIS in their death threats, and yet she hasn't missed a beat in writing against this enemy on a daily basis. She does this, not as if her life depends on it, but because she knows it Does depend on it. What is life without freedom, without our ability to speak our mind, to tell the truth, to expose evil, to counter bad ideas with good ones? The Only way our military is Ever going to be Allowed to Finally do their job and defeat this very defeatable enemy is if the truth about it is made so nakedly obvious to all, that even blinkered politicians won't be able to deny it. That will force them to have to finally unleash our military against jihad, or else they'll be out of power, which, for them, is a fate worse than death. When they can no longer get away with not doing their job of protecting the American people, they'll do it. And it'll be people like Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, and a few others, who will make this a reality one day. I already did a drawing of Robert Spencer a few years ago, and I think it was about time that I did one of Pamela Geller. And to emphasize her heroism, I drew a comic book superhero version of her.

P.S. Here's the latest outrage on our government's response- or lack thereof- to the Garland attack.


Dbk king said...

I concur. Islamic invasion wouldn't be part of the election conversation if it wasn't for the sacrifices of you, Pamela, Robert, Jamie, Ali and others proclaiming the true nature of islam.

Unknown said...

It's no sacrifice to face evil down. The sacrifice would be if you didn't.