When I started blogging, I did it because I wanted to show the world what Islam truly stands for, to show the darkness that it really is, and to show the evil that proceeds from it. But that isn't the only reason I started blogging. I wanted to make a difference. I thought that if someone, by reading my posts, decides to leave Islam or decides not to convert to Islam or someone who thought of Islam as a peaceful religion starts looking at it in the light of facts, my mission is fulfilled.
I have been blogging for a while now, and I still feel the same. I "know" that I can change people, I believe that firmly, and there is nothing that can change that. I am surrounded by Muslims, a lone (secret) infidel in a hostile Islamic sea, but I refuse to give up. I refuse to surrender because I know that even if one Muslim reads my article and changes his mind about Islam, that's a victory.
The world's leaders can choose to be as blind as they want, they can bend over for Muslims all over the world--it matters not to me. I will keep writing for as long as I can and I will keep on fighting against Islam, however possible, as long as Islam exists as one of the biggest religions in the world.
This task seems impossible, but I have hope. Some might call me foolish, but that doesn't sway me from my steadfast conviction that I can do what I came on here to do--and that is to fight Islam until "we" are victorious.
The terrorists are just looking for any sign of weakness in us infidels. It we show that we're weak, depressed and a bunch of hopeless losers, they count that as their victory. And I can't stand that.
They can tear down everything I love, they can burn American and Israeli flags, they can burn the churches in Indonesia and Pakistan and all over the Islamic world and they can set fire to a thousand Bibles--they will not be able to destroy me. If someday I am surrounded by a mob of Muslims, who give me a choice to convert to Islam or die, I will choose death, and I will die with my hopes still high. Because I know, they only option we have is to win, and we can't do that if we feel we are defeated.
The key to our survival is hope and vision. These are the values the West taught me. The world around us may go down the drain, but if we refuse to surrender our faith in ourselves, we will gain our victory.