In his new book entitled Insecurity, William Kilpatrick has captured with keen insight the absurdity of political correctness gone wild and the tragic consequences that can follow. Insecurity is part satire, part thriller, and part a warning about the Orwellian future that awaits us if this nation does not wake up soon.
Mr. Kilpatrick, the author of several nonfiction books about cultural and religious issues, including, most recently, Christianity, Islam and Atheism: The Struggle for the Soul of the West, wrote Insecurity as a work of fiction. However, as he noted, "In writing Insecurity, I had a difficult time inventing situations that were any more absurd than the ones being reported with a straight face on the daily news."
The story begins at an army base known as Fort Camp. Muslim soldiers, led by a Colonel Mohammed Faisal, are laying plans for what they call Zero Day. It could involve a very deadly chemical attack, but only if necessary. As Faisal tells his fellow conspirators, "We have other means of persuasion that should be sufficient."