Former FBI says only way to defeat Islam is to crush it

Friday, August 15, 2014
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

A terrorism expert says it is time for the western world to stop political correctness and engage in an all-out effort to crush radical Islam.

John Guandolo is a former FBI agent who created and implemented the FBI's first Counterterrorism Training/Education Program. He is co-author of Sharia - The Threat to America. Guandolo says the western world needs to recognize that radical Islam is a threat that is not going away, and no amount of wishing it away or talking to it or negotiating with it is going to stop it. 

Guandolo, John"What stopped the Nazis was we killed and crushed them on the field of battle,” he says. “What stopped the Communists is we did the same thing on the fields of battle in places where the Soviet Communists were supporting actual warfare."

And Guandolo says that's what's going to end the war against the jihadists. 

"We need to find the Islamic movement anywhere it is, including in the United States, and crush it and defeat it now,” he tells OneNewsNow. “Because every month that has gone by for the last thirteen years they get stronger, better organized, better funded and more militarily capable."

Guandolo says there is a growing anger and urgency among the American people for something to be done, and our leaders have a constitutional responsibility to defend the American people from this jihadist threat.

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