Abdul Razak Ali Artan not on FBI radar – so what’s new? Some cultures do not mix well with a constitutional republic such as ours.

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By Lynn Woolley

Here we go again.

Another Muslim attack and, again, authorities are dithering over motive. The suspect – Mr. Artan – was apparently upset over the treatment of Muslims at Ohio State where he was a student. So he plowed into a group of them with his car, and then proceeded to attack with a knife.

A quote from an AP story says it all about the aftermath:

“Law enforcement officials have not identified a motive but have suggested terrorism as a possibility.”

This August 2016 image provided by TheLantern.com shows Abdul Razak Ali Artan in Columbus, Ohio. Authorities identified Abdul Razak Ali Artan as the Somali-born Ohio State University student who plowed his car into a group of pedestrians on campus and then got out and began stabbing people with a knife Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, before he was shot to death by an officer. (Photo: Kevin Stankiewicz/TheLantern.com via AP)

August 2016 image provided by TheLantern.com shows Abdul Razak Ali Artan in Columbus, Ohio. Authorities identified Abdul Razak Ali Artan as the Somali-born Ohio State University student who plowed his car into a group of pedestrians on campus and then got out and began stabbing people with a knife Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, before he was shot to death by an officer. (Photo: Kevin Stankiewicz – TheLantern.com via AP)

Well! Let’s hope Ohio State does not lose its precious diversity – to paraphrase General Casey. Number One: When are we just going to admit that these attacks are inspired by radical Islam? Number Two: Can we reassess the idea of bringing thousands of Islamic refugees into America? Should we help them? Yes. But it would be far smarter to help them resettle closer to their homelands than here.

Why didn’t the FBI monitor this guy?

There was seemingly no reason to. Besides, he was just one of many Muslims in the United States. And – CAIR exists to make sure it is politically incorrect to even suspect that one of them might be a terrorist.

But here’s what MAY have happened. Artan, living in a predominately Christian nation, began to feel that he was being mistreated. Being a college student, that is not permissible under the rules of political correctness. He likely was surfing terrorist websites – just my opinion, but it makes sense. Note that his mode of attack (using a car and a knife) was in line with current terrorist recommendations. So he likely got the idea from those sources.

The Ohio State attacker is a perfect reason to be careful of whom we allow into the USA.

Our current “open borders” and wink-and-nod policy gets people killed. Fortunately, Artan did not succeed in killing, though one of his victim was in criminal condition. He was shot by a police officer that used a gun to stop the attacks.

But it all points to what Al Gore would call an Inconvenient Truth. That is that

This is why President-elect Trump has called for extreme vetting.

A previous column of mine on this website is called ENOUGH. Apparently we haven’t reached the stage yet where we are ready to do what it takes to stop radical Islam from coming to America.

President Trump may change that.

lynn@BeLogical.com

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