The question of the actual threat that Islam presents is on the forefront of many minds following the killing spree that English Muslims have been carrying out in recent weeks. Politicians and private citizens alike are equally sure that they know the answer.
Fox News decided to bring in an expert who’s actually had dealings with the followers of Islam who’ve decided to act on their faith. Army Ranger Sean Parnell took the time to talk about the attacks and what should be done to prevent future loss of innocent life.
In the aftermath of the London attack that killed 7 and injured 48, retired U.S. Army Ranger Sean Parnell joined a number of others, including White House social media director Dan Scavino Jr. and President Donald Trump, and sounded off against London Mayor Sadiq Khan for his failure to call a spade a spade and acknowledge the role of Islam in terrorism.
“This is the guy that said terrorist attacks are just part and parc with living in a big city,” Parnell said during an appearance Sunday morning onFox News, alluding to past statements made by the mayor.
“We are well beyond the point of a conversation with the Muslim community,” he added, which was aimed at the well-documented position held by many “politically correct” leaders and their “building bonds” approach. “Do you think the parents that had children killed during the Ariana Grande concert want to talk about a freakin’ conversation?”
While politicians make their place in the world using their words, the military makes their money by being men and women of action. Yes, there has to be balance, but it’s safe to say that once the killings start, the scales are automatically tipped to the side of action. The politicians need to stop getting in the way of the police and military doing whatever they need to do to put a stop to those who’ve declared war on the citizens of their country.