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The future belongs to the Moslem beast

Reader comment on item: Resisting Islamic Law
in response to reader comment: I wonder who "the blind" really are?

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 22, 2008 at 14:30

Dear Albert Yome , you write :

I am afraid you have formed a false concept of Man, a false anthropology, dear friend. Enlightenment and Western value system is an exception. The rule is the jungle and barbarity. If you don't believe , then tell me what percentage of our anthrological time has been occupied by what you call "pursuit of scientific and cultural advancement" ? Assuming we as Homo Sapiens species have lived for 1 000 000 years on this planet, these allegedly "universal" values have reigned for how long - 0,001% of our anthropological history and on what percentage of the Earth's surface ?

Now to my mind Islam as a worldview is a savage, barbarian , primitive system that thrives mobilizing the mighty resources of those nasty, brutish and violent one million-year-old anthopological jungle - murder, theft, slaughter, terror, enslaving or exterminating the weaker, expelling the beaten enemy from his territory and the animal statisfaction over a won fight.

Against such an enemy there is just one efficient defense and we all know what. But the present-day anthropological fairy-tale into which the West has been self-entagled assures taht it rather perish according to self-imposed lovely principles than start a struggle for survival that requires the eliminations of rules that now are working strongly against its inventor.

Sad. But optimism often tends to be an expensive self-delusion.


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