I seriously doubt there are millions of people who want to kill you and your family. If that was the case then acts of terror on a larger scale would be far more common. Instead we see isolated, small events. Failed attempts. And lots of infighting.<quoted text>
Yes when it comes to other nations I have a far less aggressive stance... You see I am an American and not a Citizen of the World... We have, or suppose to have, Constitutional based laws... The other countries and cultures have their own and it is Not up the the US to be their protectors... I care deeply that others in other nations kill each other as much as I care that so many in my country have so little regard for for human life.
But at the same time there are millions of people on the planet that want to kill me and my family and are willing to fly planes into buildings, use WMD's and strap explosives on their own children to kill me and I don't see where I, or the US, should spend our treasure and blood to protect a culture of death from itself... And Islam is absolutely a death cult...
Extremists are the minority in all cultures. Here in the USA we have our own extremists. We have some very mouthy Christian pastors who like to talk publicly about killing gays or beating children. In most Islamic countries you have more extreme voices and general attitude is shifted right of center regarding traditionally conservative ideas like family values, religion, and patriarchy.
But "millions" of them don't want you dead. Or else you'd be dead.