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Monday, May 06, 2013

Islam is a scourge on the modern world

Without a strong secular dictator, Muslims only become more extreme, never more moderate. That's why it is sheer folly for the US to have deposed Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Qaddafi in Libya, Mubarak in Egypt, and soon Assad in Syria. Those nations are now radically more Islamist and consequently, more of a threat to their own people, neighbors, and the West. Since the dictators have gone, those countries execute any who deviate from strict Islam, rape and then stone women, and export terrorism through Al Qaeda. And the US is the primary driving force behind it, ironically in the name of world peace and human rights. 

And lest you be fooled by the treasonous American media, there's no such thing as a moderate Muslim, only Muslims who haven't yet volunteered or been forced to become radical....or at least, sympathetic to radical jihad and the world Islamic caliphate.

H/T to Plancksconstant.  


David said...

Not making excuses but do you think the ham-fisted U.S. foreign policy might have been a contributing factor? I suspect the answer is yes.

Ed said...

Definitely, David. All we see, and by we I mean our media and guys like John McCain, is the short term political benefit of stopping some human rights abuses in a far away land. But the long-view in my opinion is far worse when these primitive cultures find themselves without strong leadership, and that means a dictator.

In each instance, the bloodshed and human rights abuses are exponentially greater without the dictator than under him. We never recognize that....and that's perhaps our greatest foreign-policy weakness as a nation.

Ed said...

If you were wondering if US policy contributes to the radicalization of domestic Muslims against the US, then my answer would be, possibly.

Regardless of US policy toward Muslim countries, I'm not convinced these people could not be radicalized anyway, just in support of the world caliphate, the goal of which is the conversion, dhimmification, or death of infidels.

They conveniently blame our middle-east policies, but our non-belief in Islam and Mohammad as the one true prophet, is what drives their hatred of us. Of that I am convinced.

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

While you are exposing dangerous religions, Ed, you will favor us with your views on the words of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, who said, “Goyim [i.e. non-Jews] were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel”, and “Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi [lord; master] and eat. That is why gentiles were created.”

Ed said...

Just words Isaac, not actions against us Gentiles. That's the big difference between Judaism and Islam....wouldn't you agree? If Muslims only sat in their mud huts in the desert, taking hash, beating and raping their women, having sex with goats and camels, and bitching about westerners' lack of respect for Mohammad, but never exploded any bombs, then I wouldn't care one whit about them the same way as I do Jews.

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

"Just words Isaac, not actions...."

Try telling that to the Palestinians, Ed.

Or the Iraqis, Afghans or Syrians.

Or the Armenians massacred in the Armenian Holocaust.

Or those who died during the Bolshevik Revolution and the subsequent Soviet Regime.

I could go on, and on but why bother? "There are none so blind as those who will not see." (John Heywood, 1546)