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Saturday, August 1, 2015

A warning to today's people (especially Muslims)


There are people out there who hate one another over things like religion (which I see a lot), especially against Muslims (which I'm WORRIED about them ending up like Jews, homosexuals, gypsies and other people Hitler hated during the Holocaust and Jews in particular were attacked in places such as Russia around the World war one era, as that you can look up the pogroms of the time) which I just have a hard time tolerating. All I want people to know is that religion does not always correlate with ethics. There are good Christians (Martin Luther King Junior for example), and evil Christians (Anders B. Brevik for example). There are good Muslims (Malcolm X is an EXCELLENT example and I'm sure many of you will agree with his many quotes) and evil Muslims (Bin Laden for example). Along with that, there are good atheists (such as Jesse Ventura) and evil atheists (such as Josef Stalin, who, according to the "Bloody history of communism", USED to be religious). I'll also like to add http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/terrorism-2002-2005/terror02_05 , which shows that not all terrorists are Muslim and not all Muslims are terrorist (just look at orgnizations such as the KKK, LTTE, IRA, Ulfa, VHP, RSS, FARC and so on), and if all Muslims were terrosits then, by that logic, all Christains are haters (refernce to Westboro Baptist) or somthing. I'd also like to add that vary few people talk about some lesser known violence against Muslims and recent history and now (http://www.themodernreligion.com/racism/muslim-holocaust.html  http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/163478 ). I feel like that, when a large amount of people are scared and/or mad, whoever is the easiest to point a finger at are those who are misunderstood and/or hated overall. I feel that, even though various minority groups (such as Jews both historically and presently) are still being attacked and blamed as a group instead of finding the individuals who did harm, now people are seeking new groups to hate on (Muslims being the most notable), and I'm scared to see history repeat itself. The system (the corporate government) made a big mistake by letting me look at countless numbers of books (such as "One eye weeping, the other laughing", "Letters from Rifka" and more), and I'm seeing the same basic stuff going on: trouble makers would attack a group with little to no reason, and, as time goes on, they get worse and you know what's next for the blamed group: genocide. And don't think that only individuals will orchestrate this: If countries such as Israel exploit our fear and hate of Muslims, as explained on https://www.youtube.com/results?q=How+Israel+controls+America and http://mondoweiss.net/2014/10/israel-relies-islamophobia , they WILL add fuel to the fire and, as long as history repeats, this will rense and repeat untill we as humans get up and do somthing about it. I'll also throw in 2 quotes from Malcolm X.: "The media's the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that's power. Because they control the minds of the masses." "If you're not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people doing the oppressing."
"The secret of freedom lies in educating people, whereas the secret of tyranny is in keeping them ignorant." - Maximilien Robespierre.
“Knowledge is freedom and ignorance is slavery”. - Miles Davis.

And so, if you criticise religion (which I have nothing against), please look at yourself as well. If all Muslims are terrorists, then are all gun owners bloodthirsty, socially insecure or something like that (the way a stereotypical hybrid driving hoplophobic feminist, atheist occupy Occupy Wall Street far left wing liberal sees weapon owners as a stereotypical pickup truck or suv driving Islamophobic and homophobic straight tea party far right Conservative Christian views all Muslims as uneducated yet brainwashed, ultraconservative terrorists). Also, please learn the non aggression principle, which simply means that you don't start trouble, but you're willing to fight in defense. For example, I will NOT shoot at neo Nazis just for gathering in my area. However, if they are waving weapons around and/or firing them, then we have an issue. If HAMAS or ISIS got in the streets and started causing destruction and killing and/or injuring people, then I may fight. But that's when they pulled me in: I just don't believe in using force and/or violence aside from the defense of self and/or others. To end this, I’ll throw in 2 extra quotes from Malcolm X: "I don't even call it violence when it's in self defense; I call it intelligence." "Concerning 'nonviolence' - it is criminal to teach people not to defend themselves, when they are the victims of constant brutal attacks."

My reply to warnings from self proclaimed ex-Muslims (I will not link to a specific article as that I want to avoid sending traffic their way); I don’t have that much to say, other than being unsure rather or not this is real or fake.
But how could it be possibly fake? Well, never believe everything you read, especially from the internet. There are a lot of factors that go into play and numerous questions to be asked; is this person a real ex-Muslim, or just someone lying to stir up fear? This could be actually many things; it could be a true warning, a lie, or an anti-Muslim plot just to barely get started. Heck, this might be even some Jewish supremacist plot against Muslims or something in that matter (NOT that I hate or blame the entire Jewish people).
Here is my question to people who read and believe this stuff; would you believe this if this was from a self-proclaimed ex-Jew? I’m sure a lot of people would say “Of course not” simply because this is from a self-proclaimed Jewish or former Jewish person, not to mention that anyone who does a good amount of thinking can figure out that, when one group X opposes group Y, members of group X could make false claims to increase the hate against group Y.
To add to this, if we, say, pay a bunch of randomly selected Muslims or people from Muslim majority places and do a polygraph test, there will be no guarantee of accurate results becuase it is actually not that hard to beat a polygraph test and it is only accurate like %50 of the time .

Some people have tried to cite opinion polls to justify their agendas (like how many Muslims support using violence against non-Muslims or Muslims who disagree with them outside of defense), but they are not always accurate either. Not only can poll/survey results be easily manipulated/faked with relative ease (not only for purposeful reasons to manipulate it but also for privacy reasons), but also, they may not even show accurate results in the 1st place!
For example, some people in the gun debate cite polls on how many Americans support gun rights and claim that a majority of Americans favor stricter weapon laws against civilians, yet, a lot of YouTube videos which advocate such regulations are often highly unpopular.
Thus, I will ONLY trust national poles like what we take for voting.

In short, question EVERYTHING and stay vigilant.

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