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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Jan 4, 2008 at 09:39

This is an example of one who has internalized a mythology, self identified themselves as a "Muslim", and actually believes that the mythology of Muhammed and the dogma he advances is one of "Peace". As is so often the case, the term "Peace" has no context.

Obviously, the people killed my "Muslims" in support of the mythology are at "Peace". One who has internalized the mythology to the extent of denial of events, dogma, patterns and practices of behavior which are, to an objective observer, clearly not interested in "Peace" indicates a disconnect with reality. This is an early stage of the Muslim Personality Disorder.

Denial of the historical reality of the mythology actually put into practice, the obvious chaos and pathetic condition of the unfortunate people who must exist under the "Muslim" mythology , to a rational mental construct, cannot be denied. Regardless of the overwhelming evidence, in dogma and practice, of murder,suicide, violence, paranoia of the "Other". The propaganda that these behaviors are induced by social , political, economic, or culture is nonsense.

Those elites advancing the myth of "Islamic peace", while not self identified as "Muslim",may have and "Affected" disorder. Having an interest in the advancement and perpetuation of the mythology without internalizing the mythology itself. It is these elites of politics and academia that poses an even greater threat to western civilization than those with a full blown disorder.


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