Written by John D. Guandolo
Many combat veterans report it is easier to move into heavy gunfire than to sit on the couch and ask their wives “what’s wrong.”
Many of the stories from men who have seen the heaviest combat make a strong argument that physical courage in the heat of battle is easier than the thought-out moral courage of doing one’s daily duties as a parent and spouse.
What does this have to do with winning the war against the jihadis in America?
Elected officials report to UTT that one of the key reasons they do not openly discuss the Islamic threat is because they believe they will get blasted by the media and by constituents who do not understand how dangerous the Islamic threat has become in America.
Many people from all walks of life in America share with UTT they do not speak out about the visible Islamic threat in their communities because they are concerned with the backlash they believe they will receive from within their communities.
While there is always the inherent physical threat which comes with speaking truth about Islam, the moral courage it takes to stand against Islam cannot be minimized.
The jihadis count on the fact they, along with their allies in the U.S. media, will keep Americans cowering for fear of being mocked and ridiculed.
It takes a great deal of courage for any leader to step out and speak out.
UTT encourages its supporters to consider this when speaking with local, state, and federal leaders, including teachers, businessmen/women, pastors, and others.
Our job at UTT is to educate people on the threat, train them how to speak about the threat to have maximum impact, and give them strategies at the ground level to deal with these threats and dismantle their networks.
The good men and women who lead your community need you citizens to educate and train them AND to stand with them before, during and after the heat comes down on them for boldly speaking truth about this real threat – Islam.
Understanding the Threat (UTT) is the only resource in America giving you the tools to do all of this.
As America reflects this week on all the things for which we can be thankful, let us recommit ourselves to diligently do our duties as citizens to ensure our leaders have all the tools they need to do their duties, and that they know we will stand with them when they step out in truth.
UTT stands with you in this.