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"Reality is a mistake, we must rectify it." [Muhammad Wahdan]

Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think
in response to reader comment: Do muslims think? Can they?

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Jun 27, 2006 at 23:23


I agree with G.Bisvas, but I would just add that, as I have posted on this topic on other occasions, even if they had all the necessary tools, there is still the problem of antisocial-personality dissorder, which seems rampant among them. And, as this almost certainly has a genetic component, it isn't likely to dissappear when conditions improve. On the contrary, making life easier for such individuals usually makes them worse, not better.

The title I chose is from an interview with a religious cleric found at this link...
(...but, as we can see from the way they "rectify" their domains into dysfunctionality, they have nothing useful to teach us, except perhaps how not to act. As "Dr. Sanity" says, "Psychiatrists generally refers to this state as "psychotic" and "delusional".")

More links by that same psychiatrist which shed light on the pathology behind Muslim "thought"...

And from a couple of sources dealing with specific aspects or manifestations of that pathology:

(A) "The crux understanding of Jihadism, or Moslem Terrorism, is that it is a form of envious rage."

(B) Now, in case some Muslim starts preaching to any of us about how we can't quote from his precious terror manual, he should first convince his homocidal brethren who say things like...
"The verse says lay in ambush for them, besiege them and kill them when you find them, to me that's just clear, kill them." Quoting the Koran, Akbar said: "The best thing you can do is put terror in their hearts, there is no doubt, there is nothing better than that. We put fear in their hearts."

These are NOT normal people, as the Pew study clearly suggests. But it is also very important that we all remember that it is NOT our fault.


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