Sultan Knish in his "Winning the War on Terror" says,
"Islamic Terrorism has become to the early 21st century, what Communism was to the late 20th century, the ultimate existential threat that the civilized world was forced to grapple with. In this article I will take a look at a few of the existing approaches, and their pros and cons, for winning the War on Terror."
Before I give my "best" solution to end (by opposing) the threat facing all of us in the West*--and India and Israel--of being overwhelmed and dominated by Islam, you owe it to yourself to read Sultan Knish's "Winning the War on Terror" at http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2009/04/winning-war-on-terror.html.
*HERE in the United States the precursor of Islam is the socialist/fascist dictatorship being imposed on us by a narcissistic poseur of unknown but dubious qualities who sprang from an Islamic background and education.
Read it, then come back here and see what will work to stop our enslavement, death, or bowing five times a day to a location where unreason and ignorance were spouted out by a lecherous ignoramus--which geographical spot being given the final Carthage treatment couldn't hurt and even do us some good.
While you're doing that, I shall amuse myself by figuring out the etymology of the title Sultan and the other proper noun it precedes, Knish.
Wikipedia defines the title thusly:
Sultan (Arabic: سلطان Sulṭān) is an Islamic title, with several historical meanings. Originally it was an Arabic language abstract noun meaning "strength", "authority", or "rulership", derived from the masdar سلطہ sulṭah, meaning "authority" or "power".
As for "Knish," this derives from the common name for a delicacy defined as "an eastern-European Jewish or Yiddish snack food. It is a dumpling covered with a dough shell that is either baked or fried. In the most traditional version, the dumpling is made entirely of mashed potato."
--What is Knish?
But enough of that, let us get down to the less esoteric analyses of the problem confronting us (who do not want a sharia government oppressing us).
Results of my Analyses:
Sultan Knish's No. 8, and if that doesn't work, try his No. 7. Should that fail--well--there's always No. 5. that should stop this whole sorry mess that threatens to do us in.
Come to think of it, spend a minimum of time (3%) on No.8, a bit more on No. 7 (say, 7% of a total 100%), and 90% on No. 5.
Just kidding! Am I? Yeah, sure, lots'a laughs. What do you think we are? Better to believe nothing's happening, and the government is taking care of us. Make us all feel a heck of a lot better. And that's what it's all about, isn't it? Feeling good . . .
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