Revisiting Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”
by Louis Palme (May 2013)
There is a concerted ideological battle going on between the defenders of liberty and those who would impose “Allah’s laws” on all of society – the latter group better known as faithful Muslims. There is no getting around their objectives: Their verbal word of Allah (i.e., the Quran) states, “Make war on them [unbelievers] until idolatry shall cease and Allah’s religion shall reign supreme.” (Surah 8:40) more>>>
It's a pity that the challenges made in the article to Muslims were not responded to appropriately in the sense of demonstrating that the claims against it's adherents, through no fault in Shariah itself, are miniscule compared to the injustices experienced in the "free world". And doing that would be effectively demonstrating to the "liberty" movement about the deteriorating Justice, equity, ethics and a host of other necessary codes for a successfully perpetual political existence. American liberty is fairly recent in the great scheme of things and can already be seen to be waning in it's effective usefulness. The system of liberty espoused is impractical for a all the objectives mentioned above and it will therefore reach the 'end of life' sooner even if all the semantics mentioned in the article circulate. Shariah is meant to provide solid, consistent, and above all, the fail safe system for a society or group to thrive for an indefinite time. The outlook on Islam by "libertarians" is a similitude of a rebellious child not taking the good advice of a caring parent. In the end, it's the child who will face life's challenges with the self induced extra difficulty.