Saturday, March 24, 2007

Intolerance - Mar 24

There is no doubt in my mind as to the general breakdown of etiquette in our society today. Rational debate is an impossibility and political correctness reigns supreme. And who do you think gets the 'short end of the stick' as it were? Those of the Christian faith and those who uphold conservatism (often one and the same). Let's face it, we are the new Jews in 2007. Take the example of Ruth Malhotra, an Indian Christian conservative facing death threats at Georgia Tech. This is what so called civil debate has come to. I mean just think about the supreme irony of the whole situation. In the name of (one-sided) 'tolerance', those who dispute the PC version of facts and reality must be forcefully suppressed. Utter fascists the lot of them.

It goes beyond anti-Christian sentiment as well. I'm sorry, but I'm not a big fan of radical feminism's disdain of men and marriage either. In radical feminist orthodoxy, gender is considered a 'social construct'. That is that how women think, talk and act is strictly determined by a patriarchial system of dominance. So it's all the fault of mean-spirited men in other words. Now the Biblical view (along with psychology, biology and neuroscience) is that men and women are fundamentally 'hard-wired' a certain way. Understand that this is very important, especially when it comes to marriage and raising kids. Feminism is purely antagonistic to the idea that the husband be the head of the family. A cowed husband who does not take the lead (or is not allowed to take the lead) in disciplining the children has shown to be a disaster. By all means the woman should take part in the discipline of her kids. However, doing so in a fashion that emasculates the husband does create out-of-control children who become out-of-control adults. It therefore goes without saying that these adults who are the product of this dysfunctional marriage make lousy leaders, be it in the secular, religious or political arena. It is one thing for an unmarried and childless 20 year-old female to believe in radical feminism's claims. But when that 20 year-old gets married and starts having children, the paradigm does change (Of course it does. How could it not?). The idea of gender as a social construct has left many an angry and unhappy child and failed (or failing) marriages in its wake. Anyways, that's my two cents. Feel free to leave a comment or e-mail me directly with all your lovely hate mail if you so desire. Just remember, it's my blog and I reserve the right to get in the last word. So there.

Of course you cannot mention intolerance without including that 'Religion of Peace', right? As I've ascertained countless times before, Islam is something that is unreformable. So long as the Prophet Mohammed is seen as the 'golden standard' of Islamic conduct and the Koran as the immutable word of Allah (who is not the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) then any attempt to morph Islam into something more agreeable is destined to fail. If I'm wrong on this then so be it. But I don't think so. In Canada, Farzana Hassan and Tarek Fatah of the Muslim Canadian Congress have been given death threats over their attempts to re-interpret Islam. In the Land Down Under, Tom Zreika of the Lebanese Muslim Association is also being intimidated after calling for Aussie Muslims to integrate themselves into Australian society. See what I mean? It is impossible for a moderate Muslim to refute Islamic terrorists under Islamic jurisprudence without deconstructing the Koran, Hadith and/or the Sunna. Pray for the safety of these three people and that they may come see the light of salvation through Jesus Christ.

Let's put a capper on this line of thought. You are not a 'racist' or an 'Islamophobe' if you don't trust Islam's peaceful claims! It's OK to dislike Islam! Nor are you being defeatist if you think that this whole 'Light Unto The Muslim Nations' is destined to be a colossal failure. A free, educated, literate and politically sophisticated workforce will never take place under Islam. This is the case in Iraq as it is in Afghanistan. Why the gloomy outlook? It is because of Islam's disdain of all that is touched and nurtured by infidels (meaning you and me). Nothing will change so long as the hatred remains within Islam's teachings. The heart of the matter has always been the heart of man, a point that Mr. Bush and Mr. Harper consistently miss in their foreign policy assessments.

I think that's it for this post. I'll have some more stuff later on so do check back regularly. I've also included two new links for your pleasure: Andrew Whitehead's Anti-CAIR blog and Revelation Outline. Do visit Anti-CAIR and sign up for his e-mails as I've done. Revelation Outline gives a concise description of all of twenty-two chapters in this mysterious last book of the Bible. A must-have link if you want to study Bible prophecy.

All for Him,
Johnny Cash

1 comment:

Douglas V. Gibbs said...

isn't it interesting that the most tolerant people in the world are the most intolerant when it comes to Christians, Jews, and anything connected with one or the other. Oh, by the way, your blog when I read it really makes me think, so you've been tagged with the thinking blogger award. Follow the link to see what I mean.