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Friday, September 24, 2010

Playing Chess With The Imams


From Gates of Vienna:

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As is often noted, political Islam — which is sometimes referred to as “radical Islam” or “Islamism” — is a totalitarian ideology. All four schools of Sunni Islamic law, along with Shi’a jurisprudence, affirm the orthodox political interpretations of the Koran and the hadith that justify the establishment of an all-powerful theocratic state by any and all means. These interpretations of Islam’s core scriptures are validated by traditional doctrine as taught by scholars at all major Islamic universities, especially the most prestigious of them all, al-Azhar University in Cairo.

For these reasons we may assert that Islam is inherently totalitarian. Muslims themselves may or may not have totalitarian tendencies — it’s certainly true that many millions of Muslims, whether they really believe in their religion or not, are politically apathetic and indifferent to any practical political application of their creed. But official Islamic doctrine promotes a totalitarian political philosophy.

Westerners who long for a “reform” of Islam — which they imagine will somehow purge Islamic theology of its violent tendencies — fail to realize that a reform is already well underway. The latest wave began in 1928 in Egypt with the founding of the Muslim Brotherhood by Hassan al-Banna, and it continues to this day. Followers of al-Banna have returned to the core scriptures of Islam and studied the life and sayings of Mohammed. They take what is written in these texts and commentary seriously, and are thus driven to implement various totalitarian political practices, through violent means or otherwise.

John J. Dziak points out that political Islam, like other totalitarian systems such as those of China, Cuba, the U.S.S.R., and Nazi Germany, takes the form of a diffuse counterintelligence state, with its typical characteristics:

The residual influence of Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia on Islamism may be seen precisely in the assimilated features of the counterintelligence state absorbed by both radical Islamic movements and radical Islamic regimes: the multiplicity and redundancy of intelligence and counterintelligence services with counterintelligence being the preferred tendency; fixation with conspiracies and incessant conspiratorial intrigue; provocation and associated deception; conspiracy-laced propaganda and very sophisticated information warfare campaigns; draconian police state tactics, this time justified by theocratic strictures vice party dogma. In its drive to nuclear power status Iran, especially, has shown adeptness at deception in masking the weapons side of its program, and in information warfare and propaganda with its bombast of military prowess aimed at strong anti-war sentiment in the U.S.

Many Westerners had trouble grasping the nature of the U.S.S.R., and they are no better at understanding the workings of the Islamic counterintelligence state. Iran is a good example: we treat it as if it were a Western democracy, with a parliament (the Majlis) as a legislative authority, a judiciary (the mullahs and ayatollahs) and an executive (President Ahmadinejad). However, there is at best a superficial resemblance between these structures and their Western counterparts. Politics in Iran is conducted quite differently from what we are used to. It is opaque to us because its operations proceed according to the internal logic inherent to a counterintelligence state...
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Read the rest.

And yes, Islam is but one of the threats faced by the FreeFor, both here and across the world.

But it is a formidable foe, and has proven, over centuries, willing to do anything in order to further its objectives.

Has the FreeFor?

Really?

Lose your illusions.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

All political systems, a set which includes nearly all religions, contain a circular argument for why you are their slave. Listing the details of Islam's circular argument, or the details of Christianity's or the US Constitution's, doesn't change the fact that it is a circular argument and thus fallacious.

"John J. Dziak points out that political Islam, like other totalitarian systems such as those of China, Cuba, the U.S.S.R., and Nazi Germany, takes the form of a diffuse counterintelligence state, with its typical characteristics"

Politics itself is totalitarian, and all political systems will eventually act this way. If your favorite political system hasn't gotten around to rape at airports yet, it's because the domestication brainwashing is working particularly well.

Rape is when men hold you at gunpoint and put their hands in your daughter's underpants. If you tolerate this to happen to your daughter, you have decided to get on the boxcar quietly when that demand is made of you. Currently in this go-round the US is passing the policy milestone where the German Jews were not allowed to own businesses, do productive economic activity, or retain the fruits thereof. Only in this go-round the entire lower and middle class are Jews. You should imagine environmental impact statements, licensing, permitting, and zoning as being written in German. How bad do you want those medicines for your sick family member, in a regime where all medicine is controlled by the State? Expect a brisk black market trade in the oppressors putting more than their hands in your daughter's underpants.

September 24, 2010 at 4:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Muslims themselves may or may not have totalitarian tendencies — it’s certainly true that many millions of Muslims, whether they really believe in their religion or not, are politically apathetic and indifferent to any practical political application of their creed."
Sounds like Americans.
"But official Islamic doctrine promotes a totalitarian political philosophy."
And official US government doctrine promotes a totalitarian political philosophy.
"Followers of al-Banna have returned to the core scriptures of Islam and studied the life and sayings of Mohammed. They take what is written in these texts and commentary seriously, and are thus driven to implement various totalitarian political practices, through violent means or otherwise."
And followers of US government doctrine take it seriously, and are thus driven to implement various totalitarian political practices, through violent means or otherwise.

Does little good to burn down your neighbors house because it is infested with mold, if you plan to sleep in one that is just as infested.
Just saying..............................

September 24, 2010 at 4:52 PM  
Blogger W W Woodward said...

“Followers of al-Banna have returned to the core scriptures of Islam and studied the life and sayings of Mohammed. They take what is written in these texts and commentary seriously, and are thus driven to implement various totalitarian political practices, through violent means or otherwise.”

What these people who study Mohammed’s life and sayings seem to be totally blind to is the fact that Mohammed, as have many other charlatans in history, claimed to have a hot line to god. When caught in an act of pedophilia or any other shameful act Mohammed would crawl back into his tent, get on the phone, and then announce that his current perversion had been cleared through Allah and that anybody who argued the fact would be put to death. Very convenient, No?

At least, so far the feds will not acknowledge any higher power than themselves.

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September 24, 2010 at 10:31 PM  

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