Has Michael Lucas ever tried being politically correct? Didn’t think so. This is a guy who, after all, has sex with identical twins at the same time. So it’s a little amusing to see the porn entrepreneur begin his latest Middle East manifesto with a note reminding readers “this is not written to be politically correct.” But!: “This is not written to spark controversy. This is written by the power of facts, by the force of reason and for the sake of reality. I am not a journalist; I am not a politician so I don’t have to lie. Sometime political correctness becomes a poison.” Uh. Oh.
Lucas says he speaks so openly because, growing up in Russia, he wasn’t afforded free speech rights. Which is why he now feels free to do things like brand gay Palestine sympathizers as anti-Semitic. But this time around, he’s going after one of his other pet demographics: Muslims. The hook? The Ft. Hood shooter.
You know where this is going.
Thirteen of our country’s soldiers were killed by their “comrade.” Sons, a daughter, and a mother-to-be had their lives cut short by one of their “own.” Now let’s please put aside cowardly taboos and call out what has actually occurred. He is a Muslim and he did what Muslims do. Meanwhile, we are doing what we always do when they kill: finding excuses for their actions.
Whenever Muslims commit what to the normal eye looks like a massacre, our media mobilizes panels of psychiatrists, human rights organizers, professors, and officials to “explain” why what happened is not what it looks like. Why the murderers are actually the victims. But we can not let these legions of manipulators brainwash us. We can not let them confuse us. We can not let our own media and government become a mosque that takes control of our minds. Otherwise, we will not be better than Muslims because we will lose our ability to think for ourselves and stop making our own decisions. We should not let them make us feel guilty for recognizing the obvious. We should not allow them to force pity for a murderer, as the murderer did not feel any pity for his victims. We must stay to the facts; the truth and not let the media distract us and take us away from the main point.
[...] It is incredibly disrespectful to tell your nation not to jump to conclusions—when conclusions are due. In 2001 we lived through the biggest attack on America. Now it’s the biggest attack on a U.S. army base. The conclusion is due since we know this is not an isolated event. This is a logical continuation of tactics that these monsters have employed for decades. Terrorizing us, killings us, making us spend billions on security, etc. The connection and conclusion are clear. Islam is the root of the problem. And not to admit it will be suicide of reason.
We don’t need to know all the trivial details of the killer’s life. We know all too well what moves these Koran devotees. These barbarians are changing their tactics—from explosive belts to plane hijackings to creating dirty bombs, to now infiltrating the army. But the motivation remains the same. It is the dedication to the idea that is advocated in Koran—to kill the “non believers,” to wipe out any civilization that is not subjugated to Islam.
I don’t need further evidence other than Nidal Malik Hasan’s actions. He killed his enemy, the Americans, as a result of Muslims’ beliefs. One of the last things this barbarian did before going on his killing spree was go to his neighbors, people he rarely spoke to, and give them copies of the Koran. Well, how thoughtful, sir, to pass on your manuscript of murder, but I hope those neighbors burned this book for what it’s worth.
The first thing the Muslim community says when these acts of brutal terror occur is that it is only extreme Islamic fanatics who do this. But wait one second: this is simply not true. All Muslims at the Silver Spring Islamic Center, where the gunman worshiped, said that he was just like the rest of the community. His fellow worshipers said he was calm, that he didn’t stick out or make waves, he prayed there and went on his way. Yes, very benign and easy going just like the rest. So no it is not just the “fanatic” followers of Islam who perform these acts of terror. Any and every ordinary worshiper is capable of these crimes. So let’s take away their capability to do harm.
All of which brings Lucas to conclude:
It is simple–Muslims should not be allowed to serve in the military. You can not rightly be in the U.S. military and also believe in the Koran. What the US military is called to defend and what the Koran prescribes are based on contradictory sets of beliefs. If you are a Muslim then you believe in the Koran and you are loyal to Allah and Allah only. Hasan is already a hero in the Muslim world, a role model for other terrorists, for those who praise Allah and will try to follow in his footsteps.
And while we won’t get into a debate about what it means to be Muslim, we would like to propose this: Aren’t there folks out there who claim their hatred, violence, and murder is based in Christian Scripture? Of course. But do we go around denigrating all Christians? Or insisting they don’t serve in the military?
We hate blanket statements about entire groups of people. Mostly because they’re usually inaccurate, but also because we bitch, moan, and rail against anyone who dares make a blanket statement about queers.