Earlier this month, we posted about this year’s Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) annual convention being held at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, which is being led by useful idiots. The United West had someone on-hand at the conference who captured some interesting video.
Identifying someone as a ‘useful idiot’ is more a warning than it is an insult, though useful idiots never quite get that either.
It’s unfortunate but the more one warns useful idiots that they’re actually being used, the more they align with those who exploit their twisted desire to be embraced by those who are using them.
We think our warnings should be seen as ‘interfaith dialogue’.
Somehow, the useful idiots think it’s ‘intolerant’ of those of us who warn them.
Let us illustrate the useful idiocy dynamic with a movie metaphor. In this clip from the 1983 movie entitled the Dead Zone, Christopher Walken plays a character who has the ability to see things about a person when he touches his / her hand. In this case, Walken grabs the hand of his nurse and can see her daughter in a burning house. Walken yells at the nurse, not because he’s belittling her but because he needs her to listen to him.
In this example, Walken represents those who understand the true agenda of fundamental Islam; the child represents the innocent flock of churches like All Saints Episcopal; the fire represents MPAC; and the nurse represents the leaders of All Saints Episcopal with one exception…