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Defining the god-concept

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (India), Jan 11, 2010 at 18:29

"The uncreated being" that is the minimum-maximum-optimum definition of the word god. No other definition is possible.

consequences are:

1) there is no limit on the number of gods except that this number is one or greater.

2) there is no guarantee that a particular god is good-natured.

The human bing then comes up with a lot of wishful thinking and fights over it. Some human beings are strongmen, some are weaklings. The strongment will use or misuse the weaklings for their purposes.

We (as mankind and as individuals) have to go through this phase before taking to the goal of self-realization. The faithful are frightened or angered by this. They resort to political violence or fascism to hide their fears and their anger. The faithful wants to be a mental slave and is uneasy to meet anyone who does not want to be a mental slave of his (=the faithful's) god-concept.

Islam = submission = mental slavery under the 7th century arabic god-concept. The arabic-kuranic god-concept is fascistic by nature, it is inherently a fascist god-concept. The result is the unending fascism in islam-based societies. Muslims do not like to know this and react with anger or violence when they are told this truth. Their angry violent reactions are a proof of this very fascism. Islam has specially trained muslim groups to carry out these acts of violence. That is islam's fundamental policy and politics since 1400 years.

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