Iconic rocker Ted Nugent has offered an “anti-rabid dog common-sense” solution to Islamic extremists. And like most opinions from the outspoken conservative muscian, his blunt advice is tinged with controversy.
“Though left-wing apologists, denial cultists and excuse-making whiners will most assuredly try to claim this following NugeBlog is an anti-Islam screed, it is not,” Nugent assured readers in a recent WND column.
Titled “Save the Planet: Kill the Muslim Third Reich,” Nugent wrote that he doesn’t care how you express your religious beliefs, “just do it downwind of me, and don’t bill me for your rehab.”
“But when it comes to the pure demonic evil of murderous savage Islamist terrorists, the line is universally drawn by good people worldwide,” he said. “We all know instinctively that there is no virtue in slaughtering innocent people. No God smiles or rejoices in this.”
He then compares Islamic terrorists to Adolph Hitler and other historic figures associated with mass murder.
“The only people who smile and rejoice in killing innocent people are those pure evil rabid dogs who kill innocent people,” Nugent continued. “Hitler was evil. Stalin was despicable and evil. So was Pol Pot, Mao Zedong, Idi Amin and other such subhuman mass exterminators. The world is better off with these rabid dogs off the planet.”
And his advice on dealing with them?
“Kill ‘em all and let Satan sort them out. That’s my policy.”
“Truth is I want to eliminate them from planet Earth and erase them from the history books of the human race,” Nugent wrote, describing those who wish to imprison him “with their braindead, toxic ‘values’ as “human cockroaches and various other vermin.”
And his preferred method to accomplish this is “putting hollow points to the back of the heads.”
The rascally rocker has never been one to mince his words.
Nugent goes on to say radical Islam is “a global cancer,” and that “Shariah law should be seen as the hate speech,” cautioning readers that now is the time to deal with this problem.
“No more kicking the can down the road for the next generation,” he said. “There comes a time for all good men and women to rise up and oppose evil. That time is now. It is our time.”
Hard to argue with that.
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