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what can we do about islam

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Aug 23, 2008 at 06:13

Many thanks for your reply to my email.

I as a non-muslim can only speak out what I see as evil or dangerous in islam. The muslim tendency is and will be to dismiss it. But it does have a subtle effect. The muslims do try to reform their religion - they know they have to. This game will go on.

I am not capable of or responsible for any changes in islam. That is the job of the muslims. What I avoid is praising islam. That is my contribution to their welfare - this honesty of mine. I have no other means or resources.

Islam cannot be reformed. And we have to live with the dangers and violence resulting therefrom. Muslims like their violence and conflicts. It is their aim to be martyrs. That is perverse - but that is their choice. We can only pray that islam does not spread so much that non-muslims are totally exterminated (as has already happened in many regions of the world). May be it is the fate of mankind to suffer under islam. I often think god is a sadist and cynic and he created mankind to satisfy this sadism and cynicism and islam is an instrument of this sadism and cynicism. Islam is a shabby fascist ideology misusing the name of god. But if a god himself is a sadist and cynic - so be it. I have to take care that I do not become a victim or instrument of this sadism and cynicism. And I try to help other human beings gently to achieve the same.

I am not too hopeful about mankind. I only do my duty to expose islam and warn about islam. If it is mankind's fate to live in a society like George Orwell's novels Animal Farm and 1984 - what can we do about that?

I have to be honest and fearless and never flatter. I did not create this world so why should I feel guilty if the world goes down the drain.

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