Indonesia on the Slippery Slope
A province in Indonesia, Aceh, has just succumbed further to “radical” Islam in imposing a heinous part of sharia law upon its enslaved subjects: Stoning for “adultery,” as well as other brutal, barbaric punishments for “crimes” capriciously devised by Islamist overlords for their sadistic pleasure. To quote The Inquisitr:
The new law based on the Koran and the hadith also imposes the punishment of lashing women who commit pre-marital sex 100 times as well as criminalizes drinking alcohol, gambling, rape, pedophilia and homesexuality [sic].
While, naturally, we don’t condone rape or pedophilia, which obviously are crimes, the definition of these crimes within sharia law is often obfuscated, such that, by non-Muslim standards, rape and pedophilia most certainly are allowed within Islam. For instance, child marriage and rape are rampant in the Muslim world, set by the example of Mohammed, who is recorded in the hadiths as having married a 6-year-old girl and then “consummated” the marriage when she was 9, meaning that at that age he began to rape her. Since that time, millions of young girls have been forced into marriages and raped by their “husbands.” Islamic child marriage, therefore, constitutes both rape and pedophilia. Boy rape is also quite common in the Muslim world, but is denied and covered up, while rabid Islamists make pretenses that there is no immorality in Islamic countries. Gang rape of uncovered or non-Muslim women is practically a sport for Muslim thugs and is often justified by Islamic teachings. Raping virgin girls in prison before their executions is also an institution justified in such regimes as the Islamic Republic of Iran. There is obviously plenty of rape in the Muslim world, despite–or because of–sharia law.
What is “adultery?”
As we know all too well, the definition of “adultery” is likewise capricious, mostly established within Islam to brutalize women. Men, of course, can commit legal adultery with four (and sometimes more) women, while women are not allowed to have more than one husband. Many marriages in the Muslim world are arranged, meaning that many women (and men) lead loveless lives and may not seek love elsewhere or, according to these barbaric and savage sharia laws, they will be brutally murdered.
In reality, the definition of “adultery” is in the eye of the beholder. Religions like to pretend that their own definition is ordained from on high, but, in my opinion, it absolutely is not. Nor does the god of the cosmos care to hear your prayers five times a day or have any concern about whether or not your hair is showing. These are manmade doctrines devised to benefit the cult mind and men in particular.
Indonesia is often held up as a great example of “moderate” Islam–the kind we are being inculcated to endure and tolerate. Yet, here it is, being lost to the real Islam, which is composed of criminals whose desire is to enslave and/or murder the rest of humanity. This criminal cult was devised specifically for total and complete domination, living off the backs of others and justifying practically every crime known to mankind, so long as it is not committed against “true” Muslims. Non-Muslims and “false” or “lesser” Muslims are fair game, however, as we can see from numerous examples, including the virtual enslavement of some 300,000 workers–many if not most of them foreign, including many Muslims–upon whose backs the “fabulous” city of Dubai has been built.
The Indonesian situation is now so dire that there are calls for boycotts of Indonesian businesses and jitters about investing in a country that seems poised to be swallowed up by the most rabid and criminal aspect of this cult of enslavement and death. The Indonesians must rise up and put an end to this ungodly affair. For the past several centuries, they have been enslaved by a foreign interloper–Indonesians, Islam is not your religion. It has been imposed on you from the outside. You are in essence enslaved by it. You can show the Indonesian spirit by returning to your pre-Islamic roots, with an eye to true democracy. The time is now, and if the opportunity is not taken, Indonesia will surely suffer on a multitude of fronts, including spiritually and economically.
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