On August 12, 1958, Esquire’s Art Kane managed to get 57 NYC jazz musicians up before 10 a.m. — no mean feat — to take this famous photo:
On Sunday afternoon, June 9, 2012, this is how many moderate Muslims organizers managed to get together in one spot:
I’ve personally seen hundreds, even thousands, of not-so-moderate Muslims assembled on the streets of Toronto, again and again and again. So have you.
But this was the biggest number of “moderates” this event could attract, despite being advertised widely on social media.
According to one attendee on Sunday, an organizer gave him the usual “excuse”:
That there are hundreds, even thousands of “moderate Muslims” in the Toronto area, but they are “afraid of being photographed and intimidated.”
But I thought “moderate Muslims” were the majority?
If there are more “moderates” than “radicals,” what do “moderates” possibly have to be afraid of?
Does it not occur to these “moderates” that if they have to be so fearful of their co-religionists, then there is something wrong with their religion itself?
If this does occur to them, why do they still call themselves Muslims?
I’m sick of this pathetic excuse from “moderate” Muslims.
(And from “conservatives” who whine about being “afraid” to challenge this or that issue, as well.)
When the KKK marches anywhere, they are ALWAYS outnumbered by counterprotesters.
If radical Muslims are more dangerous and more numerous than the KKK, then “moderate” Muslims have even LESS excuse to be lazy, cowardly, indifferent wimps.
The ONLY solution to this dual problem of violent radicalism and indifferent “moderation” is to ban Muslim immigration to Canada.