The error of Emma Kelty, the one that cost the British adventurer her brave life on the banks of the Amazon, was a failing all too common in Europeans: she had too much good faith. (Snip) Thomson’s book also reveals the contempt with which the Islamists regard the West’s attempts to deradicalise them. ‘I don’t see how you can de-radicalise these people because they don’t see themselves as radicals, but as Muslims conforming to what they follow, which is the Koran’, said Zoubeir. A female Islamist, Lena, who told Thomson that the murder of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists was one of
Comments: This is one of these things that ordinary people grasp right away, but educated elites and leftists can´t fathom: They are Not Like Us.
Only elitist, mentally deranged libtards,global citizen nutcases believe these 7 th century killers can be civilized. Follow them to your death. Extreme vetting and start the deportation of these Mooselims.
One of the root tenets of the left, that they sing songs about and apparently really believe is that "deep down, everyone is the same, everyone is good´. This is pure BS, obviously not true. This fantasy costs some of them their lives. It risks our whole civilization.
A child is 100% selfish until taught otherwise. This is why the feral humans being raised in the inner cities are so dangerous. They have never been actively civilized at a young age, when it was possible to truly change their character. As they grow older, they are essentially impossible to civilize. A child raise with the Golden Rule and the love of Christian ethics will be good, and because these leftists have been immersed in Christian ethics, they cannot grasp that it is taught and not inherent, and does not exist elsewhere.
There are parts of the world, and whole cultures where our definition of civilized behavior is not taught, and is, in fact, totally rejected, not just omitted. The 7th century barbarians are raised to believe that killing the infidel will guarantee them eternal bliss, and while some don´t immediately act on it, it is a fundamental belief.
Add in the the ordinary feral human animals, and there are some very dangerous people out there. But the most organized danger is from Islam, a billion people taught to hate and kill, most resisting the urge but if even a tiny fraction decide to follow the words of Mohammed in reality....there is blood in the streets.
And they will not be dissuaded, the only solution for the great majority is death. A few manage to break through and reject the horrific teachings, but most will not.
well if you see organized religion as a mere superstructure that organizes universal values that every heart recognizes without teaching or effort, piling on top of this uniform knowledge a useless, meaningless, divisive set of symbols and randomly chosen "heroes" and rituals, then where are you going to get the traction to make distinctions? There is a lot of the Left has to let go of before they can understand the world around them. I bet they turn to racism as an explanation long before they turn to a search for Truth.
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