A Sikh’s view of the Religion of Peace

“I have to say this. No apologies.

The pattern of violence and aggressive disregard for human suffering that is persistent in M*sl*m history and contemporary attitude toward non-believers reflects the message of the Quran, which is one of personal superiority and arrogance.

In today’s world, M*sl*m dominance is characterized by the oppression and discrimination of non-M*sl*ms, while M*sl*m minorities within larger societies are distinguished by varying degrees of petulant demand, discord and armed rebellion.

Few M*sl*ms are uncomfortable with this blatant double standard, in which *sl*m either plays the victim or unapologetically victimizes others, depending on its position of power – and the reason is obvious.

*sl*m is a supremacist ideology in which the role of non-believers is subordinate to the position of M*sl*ms.

h/t Marvin

  • Alain

    Excellent and totally accurate.

  • Dana Garcia

    Is somebody on a vowel diet?

    It won’t help.

    • luna

      Don’t know why they do this, certainly won’t help search engine.

      • Ottawa Eyes

        Clearly he is afraid of the very political police in Britain and having them shut down his website.

        • luna

          Does Britain enforce blasphemy laws?

          • Ottawa Eyes

            The British cops will protect a muzzie over whitey any day.

            They even get special multicultural sensitivity training!

            I have no idea what the bloody Hell has happened to the UK since the days when Maggie was the Prime Minister.

          • luna

            Tommy Robinson did end up in Muslim wing of prison, so sad.

  • “…*sl*m either plays the victim or unapologetically victimizes others”

    I really find this fascinating. How can such an aggressive, supremacist, self-important and face-based mindset lend itself to such whining, supine self-pity? To paraphrase Churchill (I think) on the Germans (I think), they’re at your throat, whinging and brandishing a knife.

    [Here’s another Churchill quote I found trying to locate that one:

    “I think it is the most important subject facing this country, but I cannot get any of my ministers to take any notice.

    To Sir Ian Gilmour on Commonwealth immigration to England in 1955 (Gilmour, Inside Right (Hutchinson, 1977), p. 134).]

    • luna

      It’s psychological (not rational) warfare.

    • The Soviets did the same thing. If they weren’t being reminded of murdering Poles, they were being reminded of some other atrocity. When faced with irrefutable evidence, they then took the mewling position and claimed that they, too, were victims.

      It’s despicable.

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  • Maggat

    Yes! And so! Anything else new here?

  • luna

    Multiculturalism means diversity, not submission.

  • Ottawa Eyes

    It is the Religion of Piece. They want your piece of this and they demand your piece of that.

    At least the Scientologists don’t kill anybody, never mind do mass slaughters.

    • luna

      They want your piece, or they’ll tare you to pieces.

  • luna

    The European Court of Human Rights determined on July 31, 2001, that “the institution of Sharia law and a theocratic regime, were incompatible with the requirements of a democratic society.”

    • Ottawa Eyes

      Except there are Sharia “courts” throughout Britain, the the administration allows even if it goes against the real law.

      • luna

        Private disputes can be settled outside of courts if all parties agree. The mere existence of sharia courts for selling private disputes is not necessarily problematic. But there is no place for sharia in the legal framework governing society as whole.

  • Frances

    Link apparently broken.