I believe the children are the future
“American kill,” said the five-year-old boy. “Bush I kill.” And as his proud father watched, beaming, he demonstrated how to cut the evil American’s bare throat.
So it was in a Birmingham, England, home — as recorded secretly by British security services a few months ago while investigating the child’s British-Pakistani father, Parvis Khan, then a suspect in a plot to kill a Muslim British soldier. This week, after his plan had been thwarted by MI5, Khan was sentenced to life in prison.
And what will become of the boy?
If he is lucky, he will learn from the example made of Dear Old Dad, and steer away from Islamic extremism completely. More likely, angered by the British infidels who took his father away from him, he will follow in Parvis’ footsteps and endeavor to continue the work his father started.
And he will be, indeed, a formidable soldier for jihad: if he can slit a person’s throat at five years old, just imagine what he can do at 20. (After all, Mozart, whose father Leopold was neither Muslim nor Pakistani but did serve as his teacher, began composing at the age of five. I leave it to readers to do with that parallel what they will.)
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