THE POLITICALLY CORRECT ATTITUDE TOWARDS ISLAM
. . . is contempt, disdain. Why? Because that is all that it deserves. When the 14th-century Byzantine emperor, Manuel II Paleologos said, "Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached," he was not being unjustifiably "brusque" as Pope Benedict XIV said to soft-pedal the quote, he knew exactly what he was talking about.(1)
"The emperor goes on to explain in detail the reasons why spreading the faith through violence is something unreasonable," Benedict said.
And there we get to the crux of the problem: the essence of Islam. It is "unreasonable," it is bereft of reason. In that Islamic universe ruled by an unreasonable "Allah," anything and everything goes, is permitted by this Allah via the unhinged mind of this Mohammed, the self-styled "prophet" of his invention: Allah.
An insane world as invented by this prurient "prophet" is deserving of nothing better than contempt. Only fear of and the desire to please the minions of the babbler of Makkah brings learned men of our world--not that of Islam--to try and accept this illogical corruption of prior scriptures as a serious philosophy, ideology or religion.
Islam's answer to any disbelief is violence. Threats, acts of terror so as to instill fear of Islam and its adherents, are used to put an end to any debate about the validity of Islam as something to be taken seriously.
If we start out with contempt, the only outcome of our relationship with Islam is one of two possibilities: either Islam is expelled from our midst and isolated in the barren wastelands that gave it birth or Islam becomes dominant in our lands and makes us converts or subhumans. Knowing this, we must let nothing stop us from applying the first solution to our relationship with Mohammedans. The second is intolerable. Any measures that need be taken to come out on top are acceptable.
Dialogues, debates, seeking commonalities are a waste of our effort (not the Moslems', however, as they benefit by any opening we give them.)
1. a. THE POPE, THE EMPEROR, AND THE JIHAD ("HOLY" WAR)
. . b. WHAT THE POPE REALLY SAID
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