This is the beginning of the American thirst for blood which the country has inflicted on itself and all those who live within its borders
The idea of collective punishment, a Biblical idea steeped in the Judea-Christian ethic, continued with the onslaught against the Japanese during World War II
Some of the oldest immigrants to this country’s shores faced the wrath of American racism for no other reason than they were different
Now for the new occupants within America, the mantle of an oppressed and vilified minority at the hands of Americans is passed
Our country’s history is one full of xenophobia and bloodshed. Looking back at the historical perspective of its impact on the American fabric, it is as senseless and irrational now as it was then. Not one of the groups who’ve born the brunt of this disease should now participate in its spread among Muslim Americans, but unfortunately many of the past recipients of American violence are not perpetuating it against their fellow Americans. All of the wars we’ve fought to preserve the American way of life, mean that we’ve fought to preserve this part of our nature, our irrational hatred for those things different from ourselves. This is our history, this is our fate.