We believe what we want to believe, and the media is little different. Jonathan Rosenbloom described how the press and the BBC fawned over their gullible Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and his politics:
- That included self-imposed censorship on the information reaching the British public. After the Anschluss [the German forced merger with Austria in 1938], British papers carried no pictures of the hundreds shot in the first days after the Nazi takeover, of the tens of thousands arrested and sent to concentration camps, or the Nazi soldiers forcing Jewish doctors, lawyers, and professors to scrub the streets and clean toilets on their hands and knees. When reporters asked Neville Chamberlain about such matters, he snapped at them for believing “Jewish-Communist propaganda.” (Jewish World Review)
Instead, today we are called “Islamophobes” if we raise any question about the Islamic agenda for world domination and the subjugation of all others. However, in both cases, the evidence is unmistakably before us. Rosenbloom wrote that Chamberlain probably never read Mein Kampf, but he certainly should have:
- Hitler laid out in startling fashion both his future plans for the Jews and for German conquest.
We find the same battle plan laid out in detail in the Koran and the Hadiths (the sayings of Mohammad), but yet the Western media continues to refer to Islam as a “religion of peace” and that the Islamic terrorists aren’t real Muslims, despite their unequivocal declarations to the contrary.
Chamberlain and the press clung to a hope, albeit unsupported by any evidence:
- Chamberlain…”could never bring himself to believe that [Hitler and Mussolini] wanted to go to war. Clinging to the security of his ignorance, he created a peace-loving image of them that defied reality.” For a decade, the English and French did nothing in response to fascist aggression in Abyssinia, Austria, and Czechoslovakia, and precious little even in the wake of the German invasion of Poland. France and England thereby encouraged Hitler to believe they were too weak to prevail.
However, we are giving Islam even greater encouragement. We invite radical Islamic groups to our White House, employ them in our Homeland security, sponsor pro-Islamic propaganda, bellow out that “The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of Islam,” and list Evangelicals and Catholics as terrorist groups. We have never seen a red carpet unfurled so elaborately. We should not be surprised when our carpet is trodden under.