The power of a few courageous people is not to be underestimated.
We have many web sites, videos and news outlets where we accumulate articles on the problems posed by political Islam. What we don’t have enough of is personal courage to go public. Too many of us choose to suffer and whine, saying “Bye-bye Sweden", “stick a fork in Germany, it’s done” and “the U.S. is next.”
This defeatist attitude allows for our cowardice to overwhelm our courage. It keeps us from standing up and proclaiming the truth. We need to find inspiration in what a few activist women did in Berlin, the brave women of Iran who dared remove their hijabs, or women like Miriam in Kandel, Germany and Uta in Hamburg, Germany who mobilized a movement with something as simple as a sign. What they all have in common is they were willing to take a stand, out in the open for all to see.
Take heart from these courageous souls and when you are at dinner, parties, church, or any gathering where you can bring up the topic of political Islam, think of them and speak the truth. Be willing to say something and suffer the consequences because in the end, it will be up to the common man to save our civilization. To this end, we must take a stand, we have to, because what we have is far too precious to lose.
Bill Warner PhD is an author of several books on political Islam.