Monday, 16 January 2012

10 terms to use with abandon when talking with Muslims

10 terms not to use with abandon when talking  with Muslims
There's a big difference between what we say and what they hear. THAT’S THEIR FUCKING PROBLEM. The ignorant bastards should be more sensitive to Western culture.
http://www.csmonitor.com/Commentary/Opinion/2009/0328/p09s01-coop.html/%28page%29/2
By Chris Seiple  Commented by Infidel Kaştrovič  / March 28, 2009
Arlington, Va.
In the course of my travels – from the Middle East to Central Asia to Southeast Asia – it has been my great privilege to meet and become friends with many devout Muslims. These friendships are defined by frank respect as we listen to each other; understand and agree on the what, why, and how of our disagreements, political and theological; and, most of all, deepen our points of commonality as a result. I, on the other hand, have no intention of “deepening my points of commonality” with Korangutans!

I have learned much from my Muslim friends, foremost this: Political disagreements come and go, but genuine respect for each other, rooted in our respective faith traditions, does not. If there is no respect, there is no relationship, merely a transactional encounter that serves no one in the long term.
As President Obama considers his first speech in a Muslim majority country (he visits Turkey April 6-7), and as the US national security establishment reviews its foreign policy and public diplomacy, I want to share the advice given to me from dear Muslim friends worldwide regarding words and concepts that are not useful in building relationships with them. I have no interest  in building “relationships” with Mohammedans. I want them to stop shoving their primitive superstitions and barbaric customs down our throats.   Obviously, we are not going to throw out all of these terms, nor should we. But we do need to be very careful about how we use them, and in what context.
1. "The Clash of Civilizations." Invariably, this kind of discussion ends up with us as the good guy and them as the bad guy. Invariably, my foot! There is no clash of civilizations, only a clash between those who are for civilization, and those who are against it. Civilization has many characteristics but two are foundational: 1) It has no place for those who encourage, invite, and/or commit the murder of innocent civilians; i.e. Mohammedan fanatics and 2) It is defined by institutions that protect and promote both the minority and the transparent rule of law, i.e. non-Mohammedan, democratic and secular institutions.
2. "Secular." The Muslim ear tends to hear "godless" with the pronunciation of this word. And a godless society is simply inconceivable to the vast majority of Muslims worldwide.THAT’S THEIR FUCKING PROBLEM! THEY'D BETTER START CONCEIVING OF IT, AND PRONTO! Pluralism – which encourages those with (and those without) a God-based worldview to have a welcomed and equal place in the public square – is a much better word.
3. "Assimilation." This word suggests that the minority Muslim groups in North America and Europe need to look like the majority, Christian culture. EXACTLY. Integration, on the other hand, suggests that all views, majority and minority, deserve equal respect LIKE HELL THEY DO! as long as each is willing to be civil with one another amid the public square of a shared society. That entails their ceasing to think and act like pig-headed Mohammedans.
4. "Reformation." Muslims know quite well, and have an opinion about, the battle taking place within Islam and what it means to be an orthodox and devout Muslim. They don't need to be insulted by suggesting they follow the Christian example of Martin Luther. Why should that be deemed an insult? Unlike the mass murderer Muhammad, Martin Luther never personally tortured or killed anybody.  Instead, ask how Muslims understand ijtihad, whazzat? or reinterpretation, within their faith traditions and cultural communities. Their “faith traditions” are invariably of Stone Age vintage and consequently SUCK BIG TIME.
5. "Jihadi." The jihad is an internal struggle first, a process of improving one's spiritual self-discipline and getting closer to God. Like hell it is! The lesser jihad is external, validating "just war" when necessary. A complete & misleading whitewash of Mohammedan dogma! "Just war" is a Christian concept, and DOES NOT EXIST in Mohammedan ideology, you ninny!   By calling the groups we are fighting "jihadis," we confirm their own – and the worldwide Muslim public's – perception that they are religious. They are not. Thou shalt not lie about Korangutan ideology! They are Mohammedan terrorists, hirabists [sic], who consistently violate the most fundamental teachings of the Holy Koran and mainstream Islamic scholars and imams. You are treating as fully valid commands of the Koran that were subsequently abrogated by passages that say the exact opposite, and according to  Mohammedan hinky-dinky-parley-voo are now VOID!!
6. "Moderate." This ubiquitous term is meant politically but can be received theologically. If someone called me a "moderate Christian," I would be deeply offended. I believe in an Absolute who also commands me to love my neighbor. Similarly, it is not an oxymoron to be a mainstream Muslim who believes in an Absolute. A robust and civil pluralism must make room for the devout of all faiths, and none. But not for fanatics, whether Mohammedan or otherwise.
7. "Interfaith." This term conjures up images of watered-down, lowest common denominator statements that avoid the tough issues and are consequently irrelevant. "Multifaith" suggests that we name our deep and irreconcilable theological differences in order to work across them for practical effect – according to the very best of our faith traditions, much of which are values we share. Huh?
8. "Freedom." Unfortunately, "freedom," as expressed in American foreign policy Why should anyone base one’s understanding of a term on its use by imperialist neoliberal propaganda? , does not always seek to engage how the local community and culture understands it. Fuck the local community! Islam expressly rejects the concept of freedom. Absent such an understanding, freedom can imply an unbound licentiousness. The balance between the freedom to something (liberty) and the freedom from something (security) is best understood in a conversation with the local context and, in particular, with the Muslims who live there. "Freedom" is best framed in the context of how they understand such things as peace, justice, honor, mercy, and compassion. Mealy-mouthed hogwash! hinky-dinky-parley-voo 
9. "Religious Freedom." Sadly, this term too often conveys the perception that American foreign policy is Who gives a flying f__k about US foreign policy? only worried about the freedom of Protestant evangelicals to proselytize and convert, disrupting the local culture and indigenous Christians. Although not true, I have found it better to define religious freedom as the promotion of respect and reconciliation with the other at the intersection of culture and the rule of law – sensitive to the former and consistent with the latter. FREEDOM IS MUCH MORE IMPORTANT THAN SENSITIVITY!
10. "Tolerance." Tolerance is not enough. Tolerance by itself is insufficient, I'll grant you that,  but it is also NECESSARY. Allowing for someone's existence, or behavior, doesn't build the necessary relationships of trust – across faiths and cultures – needed to tackle the complex and global challenges that our civilization faces. ISLAM IS A TREACHEROUS AND OPPORTUNISTIC IDEOLOGY THAT IS INHERENTLY UNTRUSTWORTHY. We need to be honest with and respect one another enough to name our differences and commonalities, according to the inherent dignity we each have as fellow creations of God called to walk together in peace and justice, mercy and compassion. Huh?
The above words and phrases will differ and change over the years, according to the cultural and ethnic context, and the (mis)perceptions that Muslims and non-Muslims have of one another. While that is to be expected, what counts most is the idea that we are earnestly trying to listen to and understand each other better; demonstrating respect as a result.  What’s the point of listening to Korangutan malarkey? It's always the SAME OLD TOTALITARIAN CRAP!
[Editor's note: Due to a technical glitch, the original headline misstated the author's view.]
Chris Seiple is the president of the Institute for Global Engagement, a "think tank with legs" that promotes sustainable environments for religious freedom worldwide.

Saturday, 14 January 2012

Sneaky Mohammedan intrigue

US embassy in Islamabad burnt by a fanatical Mohammedan mob (1979)
In  1979 the Mecca Megamosque was seized by a mob of fanatical Mohammedan gunpersons who proclaimed the Mahdi and were then besieged by the Saudi Arabian army.

Islamist provocateurs thereupon launched rumours -- in Porkistan and elsewhere -- according to which the Megamosque seizure had been planned by the US.  A mob of gullible and/or complicit Korangutans then stormed, sacked and burned the US embassy in Islamabad. They may have had good reasons to burn the US embassy, but they chose a completely hare-brained pretext, because the US gains nothing by stirring Korangutan passions, uncontrolled as they are by the power of reason.

Thus we see that Islamists have no scruples in lying to their flock, manipulating their primitive passions to provoke gratuitous violence, and at the same time misleading them about the true problem posed by US imperialism. 

Camel driver religions

Q. How many religions were founded by taxi drivers?

A. None.

Q. How many religions were founded by camel drivers?

A. Just one.

Q. Hmmm …

Q. How many religions were founded by a camel driver who was also a
cagey oasis politico?

A. Just one.

Q. How many religions were founded by a camel driver who was also
·         a cagey oasis politico,
·         a highway robber,
·      a skilled torturer,
·          a slave dealer &
·    a mass murderer?

A. Just one.

Q. Which one?

A. Um, let me think, it starts with an “I” …

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

10 words Mohammedans hate

This invaluable list of terms was supplied by the Christian Science Monitor under the meek and submissive title “10 terms not to use with Muslims[sic!], There's a big difference between what we say and what they hear.

This list was engendered by one Chris Seiple. Bootlickerdom appears to be an occupational hazard for Mr Seiple, since the C.S.M. informs us that he runs “the Institute for Global Engagement, that promotes … religious freedom worldwide.” That sounds like a worthy cause, and I admit that someone with a job like that has to be very tactful and diplomatic, even to the  point of obsequiousness.

By the same token, the ideal diplomat has no convictions and few principles. I am reminded of the UN official  Vieira de Melo who was assassinated in Baghdad several years ago. His bio made him out to be a spineless fixer whose deep-rooted opportunism often enabled him to patch up bitter international and inter-ethnic conflicts.  

However that very lack of principle was his undoing, since he did not hesitate to put the UN at the service of arbitrary and despotic US rule in Iraq and was accordingly assassinated, presumably by Iraqi nationalists.

Consequently those who are NOT  professional diplomats should NOT imitate Mr Seiple by censoring their own thoughts whenever they are in the presence of Mohammedans. That is NOT the right way to resolve conflicts. On the contrary, that is the PATH TO SUBMISSION UNDER THE WHIMSICAL TYRANNY OF ISLAM. 

Mr Seiple has made the error of setting up Metternich and Talleyrand as models for all mankind.



10 words Mohammedans hate:

  1. secular
  2. assimilation
  3. reformation
  4. jihadi
  5. moderate
  6. interfaith.
  7. freedom
  8. religious freedom
  9. tolerance
  10. 'clash of civilizations'

I SAY “I LOVE THOSE WORDS -- FUCK THE MOHAMMEDANS!”

Monday, 9 January 2012

Toilet scribble

What to call them



Sahar Aziz, an Egyptian-American lawyer, argues that Americans’ fear of Islamists’ bombs has evolved into racism towards dark-skinned men. “The word ‘Muslim’ has become racialized. … I don’t accept this formalistic cop-out that this is all about religion,” she stated.         Creeping Shariah, October 2011

Igor Slamoff sympathizes, remarking: “That’s why, instead of  “Muslim”, I prefer to use the term ‘Korangutan’”.

ISLAMO-TERRORISTS AT PRAYER


 These two cultthroats, the flower of Deobanditry, responsible for the Bombay Massacre of 2008 and for the bombing of numerous Barelvi mosques in Pakistan and many other outrages, are here seen in holy communion with their Godfather Allah, who is presumably patting them on the back for their latest feats of mass murder. They seem well fed and relaxed. They seem to weigh twice as much as the scrawny young jihadis they sent to Bombay to slaughter and torture Westerners and Indians. The greatest risk threatening terror executives like this pair of Islamo-bloodsuckers is dying of a heart attack.

Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Fat bloodthirsty Deaobandit terrorist slob

Cleaning up the homicidal suras part 2

New fangled koran:
Old fangled koran:
War in self defense

 2:191 Kill them wherever you find them, and expel them from where they expelled you, and know that persecution is worse than being killed. Do not fight them at the Restricted Temple unless they fight you in it; if they fight you then kill them. Thus is the reward of those who do not appreciate.   
e) And kill them (unbelievers) wherever you find them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out. And Al-Fitna is worse than killing. And fight not with them at Al-Masjid al-Haram (the sanctuary at Mecca) unless they (first) fight you there. But if they attack you, then kill them. Such is the recompense of the disbelievers.
3:151 We will cast fear in the hearts of those who rejected, because of what they have set up besides God while He never sent down any authority to do so, and their destiny is the fire. Miserable is the abode of the wicked
l) We shall cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve, because they joined others in worship with Allah, for which He had sent no authority; their abode will be the Fire and how evil is the abode of the Zalimun (polytheists and wrong-doers).
(Sura 3:151)
Live by the Sword, Die by the Sword

5:33 The recompense of those who fight God and His messenger and seek to corrupt the land, is that they will be killed or crucified or that their hands and feet be cut off on alternate sides or that they be banished from the land. That is a disgrace for them in this world. In the Hereafter, they will have a great retribution;
g) The recompense of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger and do mischief in the land is only that they shall be killed or crucified or their hands and their feet be cut off on the opposite sides, or be exiled from the land. That is their disgrace in this world, and a great torment is theirs in the Hereafter.
(Sura 5:33)
NOTE

005:033-34 The repeated use of the passive voice is not a coincidence; it is to indicate that the acts are not instructions, but statements of fact. In other words, those who roam the earth to promote and commit atrocities and bloodshed are going to get what they promote. Those who live by the sword die by the sword. The Arabic word fasad means destruction, mischief, discord, warmongering or corruption. It is frequently contrasted with islah and its derivatives, which mean reform or promoting peace (7:56,85). Fasad is not mere faith or opinion; it refers to the acts of corruption or aggressive and destructive actions (See 2:30,205,251; 5:64; 10:91; 18:94; 21:22; 22:40; 28:4; 33:71; 89:12; 2:256, and 4:140). The Bible has a similar statement: "those who kill by the sword must die by the sword." See Matthew 26:52; Revelation 13:10. Also see the Quran 9:3-29

Why Do the People of the book Hate Muslims?

5:51 O you who acknowledge, do not take the Jews and the Nazarenes as allies, for they are allies to one another; and whoever takes them as such from amongst you is one of them. God does not guide the wicked people.
n) O you who believe! Take not the Jews and the Christians as Awliyah (friends, protectors, helpers, etc); they are but Awliyah to one another. And if any amongst you takes them as Awliyah, then surely he is one of them. Verily, Allah guides not those people who are the Zalimun (polytheists and wrong-doers and unjust).
(Sura 5:51)

NOTE

005:051-57 Verse 5:57 provides the characteristics of the people of the book, whom we are instructed not to ally ourselves with. Muslims should not ally themselves with those who insult their values or promote hatred against them. Obviously, this instruction is in the context of religious conflict; not in the context of social, personal, or financial relationship. There are righteous people among the people of the book (3:113; 3:199: 5:69). Eating their food or marriage with them is permitted (5:5). Verses 5:57 and 60:7-9 are among the verses that provide us with basic principles in dealing with others.


Defending People Against an Aggressive Enemy

8:12 Your Lord inspired to the angels: "I am with you so keep firm those who acknowledge. I will cast fear into the hearts of those who have rejected; so strike above the necks, and strike every finger."
k) (Remember) when your Lord inspired the angels, “Verily, I am with you, so keep firm those who have believed. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who have disbelieved, so strike them over the necks, and smite over all their fingers and toes.
(Sura 8:12)
NOTE

008:012-16 Wars are subject to the general principles spelled out in 60:8-9. Also, see 9:29.


Fight Against Oppressive Powers For Freedom

8:39 You should fight them all until there is no more oppression, and so that the entire system is God's. But if they cease, then God is seer of what they do.

d) And fight them until there is no more Fitna (dissension, disbelief and polytheism) and the religion (worship) will all be for Allah Alone (in the whole of the world). But if they cease (worshipping others besides Allah), then certainly, Allah is All-Seer of what they do.
(Sura 8:39)
9:5 So when the restricted months have passed, then you may kill those who have set up partners wherever you find them, take them, surround them, and stand against them at every point. If they repent, hold the contact prayer, and contribute towards betterment, then you shall leave them alone. God is Forgiving, Compassionate.  
f)         Then when the Sacred Months (the 1st, 7th, 11th, and 12th months of the Islamic calendar) have passed, then kill the Mushrikun (unbelievers) wherever you find them, and capture them and besiege them, and prepare for them each and every ambush. But if they repent and perform Salat, and give Zakat, then leave their way free. Verily, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.
 (Sura 9:5)


9:29 Fight those who do not acknowledge God nor the Last day among the people who received the book; they do not forbid what God and His messenger have forbidden, and they do not uphold the system of truth; until they pay the reparation, in humility.
i)          Fight against those who believe not in Allah, nor in the Last Day, nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger and those* who acknowledge not the religion of truth (i.e. Islam) among the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), until they pay the Jizyah (humiliating tax on non-Muslims) with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.
(Sura 9:29)
NOTE

009:030-31 The system of islam belongs to God alone (98:5). Accepting the fatwas of this or that cleric as islam is setting up partners with God. See 42:21. Also, see 2:59; 2:79; 5:41-44.

The subtitles in italics are not part of the Quran. We inserted subtitles to make the reading easier for those whose attention might be compromised by fast-paced modern life complicated with numerous tasks and technologies.

Legend:

Explanation
New fangled koran:
Old fangled koran:
difference
those who have set up partners
Mushrikun
BIG difference
they pay the reparation
they pay the Jizyah
different nuance
do not acknowledge
believe not
Present in old but not in new
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among the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians),