From Sensitivity to Theocracy

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  1. Face_The_Truth says:

    [“According to the Pew Research Center, 40 percent of American millennials think speech and language should be censored to protect minorities.”]

    That is because American millennials do not know — as well as do not feel the need to know — the history of Islamism that started 1400 years ago in Arabian Peninsula.

    American millennials are mostly Christians who consider world’s Muslims very moderate people!

    As Christianism, Islamism, Mormonism, and Judaism have similar “religious” backgrounds, it is difficult to blame American Christian millennials for not recognizing inherent intolerance which is not only embedded, but also is the backbone of all Middle-Eastern Semitic ideologies.

    [“Whether it is the extreme case of the Islamic State, the Charlie Hebdo massacre, the poaching of freethinkers in Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia or the expulsion of cultural heretics from civil dialogue: these are all flesh-wounds of an attempt to weld our greatest moral dilemmas into the alloy of deranged nomadic dogmas.”]

    As for Bangladesh, history of “Hindus” there tell us that Bangladesh (i.e., East Pakistan) has never been a place for criticism of Islam.

    Any non-believer of Islam — especially a Bangladeshi “Hindu” — who openly criticizes Islamic tenets inside Bangladesh and is still alive is in itself the greatest surprise of all in our known humanity!

    Since the Partition of Bengal Presidency in 1905 A.D. by British Christian imperialists, waves of “Hindus” have been either forced into exile to neighboring country or millions of families of Bangladeshi “Hindus” have self-exiled themselves to neighboring and other countries around the world.

    Any person with a “Hindu” name is a suspect in Bangladeshi Islamic culture, who will be subject to routine employment discrimination to forced conversion to Islam.

    So, there is no point in pretending that Bangladeshi Muslims are any better than Pakistanian or Saudi Arabian Muslims!

  2. Walter Sieruk says:

    There nothing ,at all,wrong at all in speaking out in appropriate times and ways against evil persons ,as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, or evil organizations , as ISIS, For the Bible does instruct the there is a time a place for everything. as “A time to keep silence , and a time to speak.” Ecclesiastes 3:7. [N.K.J.V.] As mentioned in the above article the The “sex slavery ” of ISIS. Which of course of extreme misogynistic brutal, cruel callous and thoroughly wicked. Therefore not in wrong is speaking that against the awful affront that the jihadist who compose ISIS engage in. Thus is as follows .
    As for those brutal, cruel and vile ISIS jihadist /Muslims kidnapping girls and women and using them as sex slaves. This actually started with the founder and prophet of Islam, Muhammad . Who all Muslims look to as an example of how to behave. It’s revealed in the book JESUS AND THE JIHADIS: CONFRONTING THE RAGE OF ISIS by the Christian authors Graig A. Evans and Jeremiah J. Johnson For on page 124 it informs the reader about Muhammad that “he endorsed sex-slavery as a gift from Allah, and enjoyed offering sex-slaves as gifts…” Further on the very next page it also exposes that “Islam has enslaved more people than any other culture.”

  3. Walter Sieruk says:

    As for that person in the above picture holding that sign with the words printed on it that read “We condemn freedom of speech that hurts other people feelings.” This really makes one wonder if that same person holding up that sign if seeing Muslims gathering together at an Islamic rally ,say for example in Washington DC, would walk over to Muslims at the rally who ,Some Muslims have in rally’s in the USA, are holding up signs that read “God bless Hitler” and “May Hitler rest in peace.” Go over and tell those Muslims that he condemns that kind Islamic freedom of speech because it hurts the feeling of Jewish people . It’s highly doubtful that same person the would tell those Muslims that. Likewise a number of Muslims say the the Jews are actually “Apes and swine” Which reflects the teaching of the Qu ‘ran. As in 2:65.;7:166.:5:60. The point being would those PC people condemn the specific kind of Islamic freedom of speech in America ? I think not.