Little did I realize when I went to bed on the night of September 10, 2001 that it would be the last peaceful night of my life on earth. At 8:53 a.m. the next morning Islam declared war on the United States when the first plane slammed into the first World Trade Center tower.

Everything changed.

I have constantly been at war with these Muslim barbarians ever since. My stance cost me many life long friends. But through the struggle I have gained even more friends, reliable and incredibly strong, valiant allies in this war without end.

I fully expect to die before this war ends. I have made my peace with this fact.

But this issue is far greater than me, my personal hopes and aspirations. Every great value of the West is at stake. In the face of this truth my personal survival is insignificant.

Our great Judeo-Christian culture could easily vanish from the face of the earth. The future of Christianity hangs in the balance.

Endangered is the freedom of speech and the press, the freedom to worship God as we see fit, the rule of law, democracy and the values of love, mercy and compassion.

The foul twin contagions of Islam and Sharia must be expunged from the face of the world. This will be the central struggle of the 21st Century. Conquer we must, because our cause is just.

This abominable ideology of militant Islam has crawled out of the very pit of Hell. At all costs we must drive Mohammed and his minions back into the fiery reaches of Perdition. Then, and only then, will the world know peace. Then, and only then, will the brotherhood of humanity prevail.