By Tom Quiner
Four religions vie for supremacy in Western Civilization.
They are Christianity, Islam, Secular Humanism, and Evangelical Atheism. You can read more about my take on them in a recent post, “The war of the religions.”
A religious battle took place yesterday on a very public street in London.
As people milled about, two Islamic militants killed a British soldier.
Using knives and a meat cleaver, they hacked the man to death.
They tried to behead him.
They hung around to be video taped, crowing about their triumph. Seventeen people could be seen in the background of the video doing nothing, except taking pictures and videos.
The killers looked into the camera and spoke to you and me:
“You and your kids will be next.”
‘The only reason we have killed this man today is because Muslims are dying daily by British soldiers.’
They shouted “Allah Akbar,” which means God is great, which sets up an interesting contrast between two of the religions vying for domination of the West. Islam represents the “cross” without Christ. Secular Humanism, the established religion of the U.S. government, represents Christ without the cross.
You noticed that none of the bystanders raised a finger to help try to save the victim. In a land of socialism, as is Great Britain, it’s someone else’s job. Call the cops. Wait 20 minutes. Hope they get here in time.
But it’s not my problem.
Socialism does that. It sucks the soul out of a country. It allows a man to get hacked to death while bystanders go about their business.
If only Great Britain would demand background checks before they sell meat cleavers. But whatever they do, they better not profile Muslims. That would be racist.
In the meantime, who will be next?