Now we know that the law is good, if one uses it lawfully, understanding this, that the law is not laid down for the just but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and sinners… (1 Timothy 1:8-9a).

In a recent post on The Muslim Question, I made the point that Mohammedans only understand strength and violence, and I meant what I said. I advocated their removal from Western Society en masse.   One commenter argued that we should “kill them all” and  that “we [need to] start applying force.”  I replied that we, here at MOTW, are speaking about working within the law, not outside of it.

I am not watering down my initial assertion at all. I am speaking of how we go about accomplishing that.

Understand what I am, and am not, saying. I am saying that Muslims need to be hit in the mouth and hard. They need to experience the response that their actions warrant, and be returned to their places of origin, leaving our shores for good. I am not saying that we, as individuals, need to take to the streets to do this.  We have legal systems in place for a reason.

We may not always like the way the system works, and there may well be areas that do not work properly, but this is the appropriate method for accomplish this task. We are calling on our government to step up. If the current holders of congressional seats will not do what needs to be done, then we need to elect people who will.

We are not advocating vigilantism. That sort of behavior is wrong-headed and counter productive. If you try to take matters into your own hands, then you will end up in jail or dead. That is not beneficial for anyone.

Pressure your congressmen and senators. Contact the president. Work within the legal system to push for repatriation of Muslims, but do not take violence into your own hands, unless you are defending yourself in a specific situation where you have been physically attacked.

This has always been our position here at MOTW. If you look at the linked article above, you will see that I spoke about President Trump’s Executive Orders and how they should be expanded. This is working within the law.

Law is good. It restrains the ungodly impulses of those who would act outside it. If you are trying to work outside the law, then according to scripture, you are acting ungodly and sinfully.