is sometimes unpleasant but the odd casualty aside, what is Warfare really all about, the roots of it?
of original thinking myself I do remember having read somewhere that
WARS ARE NOT BETWEEN PEOPLE OR NATIONS
(oops, is that right?)
THEY ARE ONLY EVER BETWEEN IDEAS
WHERE PEOPLE ARE SIMPLY TOOLS USED BY
IDEAS IN THE PROSECUTION OF THEIR WARS.
So now we know.
WITH THAT IN MIND
cast your eyes over these quoted words—
- In the French republic, state schools were built to fight the grip of the Catholic church… The thinking was that Darwin is better at explaining the origin of the human race than the Bible. To build a country of free citizens: knowledge first; belief only if you insist…
- “If the hijab or burkini had anything to do with modesty or piety, the Islamic fundamentalists would have sought private beaches, not insisted on forcing themselves on the public. … If the hijab becomes an accepted public phenomenon, a modern society cannot teach its future generations that a woman’s dress is not an excuse for rape”. — Hala Arafa, writing in The Hill.
- A French Muslim society that often seems to feel as if it still belongs to its country of origin, appears to have decided that the game of secularism and “living together” should be over. With veils, burkinis and guns, various Islamists groups seem to be trying to embed the same message: We remain Muslims first and have decided to pay no attention to the culture of countries in which we are living.
—which came from this site: CLICK HERE
My own notions of basic decency involve charity, freedom of speech, gratitude, ownership based on law rather than force, a woman’s right to be treated as if she too were human etc etc plus a few other Truth/Liberty/Freedom/Justice /Equality rubbishes.
read the last paragraph (especially the last sentence) in that quote again.
- Do we not sense opposing ideas at work?
- Can you not see open warfare developing?
You don’t? …
… Hold me tight …
AND TO CLOSE, HOW
In June 2009, while working as a farm laborer on a hot day, Asia Bibi was told to fetch water. Because she had drunk some of the water, the Muslim workers refused it: both the cup and the water were, they said, unclean because a Christian had touched them. (See this video of an Egyptian cleric saying how disgusted he is by Christians and how he could not drink from a cup that was merely touched by a Christian.)
to be nauseated: CLICK HERE
… but if I were to say that Muslims are dirty the PC would pounce on me slobbering and shrieking.
Why is that, do you think? CLUE: —> —>