Truth as an insult , lying as a good behaviour.
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 18, 2009 at 07:26
berk AKK wrote :
> One of the bad habits for humans who are christian ,islam or budist is that they think they have enough information to judge mankind history to come up with one-sided words.<
Did your Allah say [8.55] "For the worst of beasts in the sight of Allah are those who reject Him: They will not believe." or didn't he? Did he corroborate his view by 4.87 [ " whose word can be truer than Allah's"] or didn't he?
Do you understand the above statements ?
If you do, then don't blame me! Blame your Allah for 'primitive behaviour'! Tell Him His are "one-sided words"! If all kafirs knew them, His beloved Moslem slaves might be in big trouble.
If you don't understand Allah's statement, then ask your local imam. A Moslem knows, but his imam knows better , doesn't he?
> Insulting others beliefs whether it is religion or not is a arrogant behaviour.<
Truth often starts as an insult and arrogant behaviour. It has to as it faces many powerful enemies. Lying is usually seen a good behaviour. Those parasites who enjoy privileges enjoy lying too. What do they need truth for? But the most insidious enemy of truth tends to be the so called "morality" which prefers to see reason in prison rather than improve its own understanding of the world, face reality and change its faulty ways. Morality gives a false feeling of one's perfection and hence hinders development and change.
At present it is you Moslem "moralizers' and windbags who are the worst enemies of truth. Your imams, mullahs, hojas can't admit anything wrong with Allah's words. Nor can you yourself admit the most obvious contradictions and monstrosities of Allah's not to provoke violence against you. All that happens in the name of "higher" morality, stability, peace etc. etc. The same did happen here in the middle ages. With witch-hunting against free thinkers and with nasty mobs demolishing for days foreign embassies and property to defend and reinforce the Big Lie of Islam , that has become all your identity , you Moslems bring back the dark age again. You want the whole world to get back to the your mental stone age!
Personally, I don't mind if you or anyone else insults me, if he sees enough reasons for that. Why should I be so nervous about a few bitter truths that when justified might help me become a better , more informed person? I am not as corrupted by moral narcissism as you Moslems are. And that is the core of the problem.
> Arrogance is primitive and should be treated mentally .<
Wouldn't you agree then to send your Allah whose views strictly correspond to what you define as "arrogant behaviour" and "insulting other beliefs" to a madhouse or a psychiatric hospital to cure him from his intoxicating hate ayats, blood surahs and psychopathic demands for human sacrifices ?
Well, we could organize an international conference "Allah the insane god and the best therapies for healing him" , you know. Most outstanding psychiatrists could be invited, including some from Turkey... In case Allah prefers to boycott the conference, Turkey might send Erdogan to serve as a first-class guinea-pig... But if Kemalist secularists fearing Armenian and PKK terrorists lurking around, prefer to keep Erdogan far from the perilous conference, perhaps you wouldn't mind serving as a ginuea-pig yourself for our experts for the sake of mankind? After all you are a good Moslem and Allah's words are as sacred to you as they are to Erdogan , aren't they ?
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