The famous motto “Don’t Tread On Me” with its coiled rattlesnake was first seen in December 1775 on the flags and drums of the newly established U.S. Marine Corps.
The symbolism at the time was immediately clear to everyone…The rattlesnake is seen as an emblem of vigilance, magnanimity and courage who never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged ever surrenders. She never wounds until, through her rattles, she has generously given fair warning to her enemies, and cautioned them against the danger of treading on her.
Don’t Tread on Me is proud to take the famous motto and rattlesnake symbol as its own device in this phase of the never-ending battle between good and evil. One of the world’s oldest manifestations of evil, Islam, became resurgent in the last half of the twentieth century and increasingly aggressive and blatant in the opening decade of the twenty-first century.
As with all other manifestations of deception, totalitarianism, blood-thirsty brute force, the sheer wickedness of Islam has been permitted to fester and grow in the world’s body politic through the good-natured lack of awareness of the world’s non-Muslims. Most non-Muslims, or kuffars, as the Muslims insultingly refer to them, would like to blissfully live their lives in peace and quiet. It is not for nothing that one can objectively observe that democracies based on Western principles, dating back to ancient Rome and Greece, are the greatest pinnacles of mankind’s civilizational efforts; while Islam, founded by an acknowledged 6th century brigand, murderer, and a pedophile is one of the most aggressive and malignant forms of human endeavor known to human history.
Indeed, Islam has conservatively caused the death of more than one-quarter billion humans…over 270 million casualties in 1,400 years. And the carnage continues today. 20 out of the 23 world conflicts involved Muslims fighting Muslims or Muslims fighting Jews, Buddhists, Animists, Christians, etc. Islam has always had trouble with the rest of the world. Coexistence is a hard concept for them to accept. They are our planets problem child – and they need a good spanking.”
Islam has been, from its inception, a militant warrior code with an agenda of world conquest.
Mohammed was born at Mecca, Arabia, in a.d. 570, and his Islam quickly spread beyond the borders of the tribal groups of Arabia. The 7th century was startled with the rapid advances of his militant religion: Syria fell in 634; Jerusalem in 637; Egypt in 638; Persia in 640; North Africa in 689; and Spain in 711. Both Christians and Jews throughout Europe were terrified until the Islamic troops were halted by Charles Martel at the Battle of Tours, France, in 732.
The most important characteristic of Islam not understood by the West is that it is more a system of government than a personal religion. Throughout its history, Islam has never recognized a distinction between the religious and the secular/political. Islamic law governs every aspect of religious, political, and personal action, which amounts to a form of totalitarianism that is divinely enjoined to dominate the world, analogous in many ways to Communism or even National Socialism. Indeed, the Koran, a nearly illiterate jumble of bad poetry, contradictions and illogic (worse in Arabic) can be considered Mohamed’s “Mein Kampf”. Islamic ‘theology’ divides the world into two spheres locked in perpetual combat, dar al-Islam (House of Islam – where Islamic law predominates), and dar al-harb (House of War – the rest of the world). It is incumbent on dar al-Islam to fight and conquer dar al-harb and permanently assimilate it. Muslims in Western nations are called to subvert the secular regimes in which they now live in accordance with Allah’s command. Due to political correctness and general government and media irresponsibility, the danger posed by observant Muslims in the West remains largely unappreciated.
Don’t Tread on Me recognizes the true nature of Islam’s bald-faced, brazen and blatant aggression against the rest of the world. It is deceptive, using the principle of ‘taqiyyah’ which requires a Muslim to lie to a non-Muslim for the advancement of Islam; and of ‘abrogation’ an Islamic law (sharia) principle which is largely concealed from non-Muslims, whereby the existing Koranic verses of so-called ‘peace, love and tolerance’ have all been negated by subsequent verses of bloody warfare and conquest.
Don’t Tread on Me serves notice to Islam free men and women everywhere will oppose, expose and fight its black designs.