Whilst viewing images of sad-eyed Syrian children we need to note that the following is trending:
5 October 2016: Link sent to me today – added to this post.
Their eyes change. The eyes change as the children are fed a steady diet of indoctrination within the family unit. I have observed this change first-hand in one adolescent. One day he will make a choice. I remain uncomfortable regarding his current choices.
Jihad was, is, and ALWAYS WILL BE a family business.
The FBI and the coinage of “lone wolf” indicates a lack of understanding. Look to the lair. Look… into… the… lair. The bones of prior conquest lie there amongst the rubble of history. The bones are gnawed and the marrow transplant enters the children.
To our national shame, our policies do not reflect an understanding of childhood dormancy and adult awakening for a menu of jihad choices. I do not use the word “tendencies” because jihad is always a choice which begins with intent. We deny the victims their right to a voice with the use of the word “tendency”. The aforementioned word is not part and parcel of the Doctrine of Jihad. Look at that terrorist and use one word: intent.
Remember this: a smile can cloak the treachery in the eyes. The eyes… have it. The eyes hold the key. Watch for what flickers briefly, like the shutter on an old Kodak camera. The lens will open for but a brief moment. And then it is gone. It is gone, until the child of immigrants walks into a U.S. shopping mall with a knife or a rifle.
Two children of immigrants in one week. Two children raised on U.S. soil.
Include this man:
St. Cloud Mall in Minnesota. Burlington Mall in Washington State.
Browsing the cosmetics counter at Macy’s? Watch for “the child”.
Predictive analysis? We face a possible epidemic of immigrant children rising up against the West. Look into the lair. Therein, lies the key.
Bloggers note: I love children. I am kind toward Muslim families and their children. But I support a moratorium on Muslim migration to the West, I support extreme vetting and I support a model of family deportation. Until we enact the right policy signals, we will be unable to curb what is landing on our doorstep.