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The Evil Unleashed on Us II

Evil needs to be more precisely defined if we are ever able
to deal with it.
Evil is not some kind of hobgoblin
or leprechaun or deity independent of men’s actions, flitting about and
striking at random like a natural disaster. Evil is a product of men’s actions,
exclusively. Volcanic eruptions, rattlesnakes, and wolf packs are not evil.
Evil is the conscious negation of a
value. The value, of course, must be a pro-life value. It does not necessarily
mean it is a “good.” The assault on Lara
Logan
in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in February 2011 was an overture to what
Muslim men hanker do to infidel women and what they do to their victims.
Logan’s blonde hair was pulled out in clumps and her arms were partially
dislocated from their sockets. This was in addition to the repeated rapes. The
object was to inflict pain and ultimately to erase her.
Reportedly some of physical and sexual assault activity was caught on
camera phones as well. One video purportedly involved some boy fondling the
breasts of the reporter. However, another purported video that was described by
a controversial YouTube video claims that a bearded man ripped the top off the
reporter and began slapping her face and breasts. He then pinned her to the
ground, and by this time she stopped resisting, apparently accepting the fact
that she was overpowered. The bearded man then removed her pants and masturbated
in front of her before raping her. He also reportedly clawed at her breasts
with his hands. The YouTube video claims that at least six men raped her
vaginally, and a number of men also raped her anally as well. She was
reportedly masturbated on and urinated on by some men as well according to the
YouTube video claims which was supposed to be pieced together from information
and videos posted on Arab Websites and other sources.
Read the treatment by ISIS of Yazidi
women
and girls.
Men who indulge in evil derive a sense of metaphysical efficacy in
destroying the good. Especially when they are unopposed or even encouraged by
the secular institutions who have a moral obligation to protect the good. “See?
I have power. I can destroy.” All you need to do is observe the boisterous,
hubristic behavior of Islamic jihadists “The good is helpless in our hands.”

Islam is a life-sucking vampire.

Islam sanctions evil, and sanctions its conscious, premeditated
commission. Were it not evil, to a Muslim male, there would be no point in
committing the action if it did not negate or appropriate a value or inflict on
a victim a sense of loss or violation or pain or shame or humiliation.
Committing evil imbues the In Islamic “ethics,” the commission of any evil is
rationalized as a”right” and a sense of “rightful’ supremacy. Aside from
committing rape, murder, and mutilation, the Muslim male delights in torment.
“I know this wrong and you know it’s wrong, but I’m going to do it anyway,
who’s to stop me?”
Islam is the antipode of any moral system that offers a value. The
system may not offer rational values (such as the music that was to be performed
at the Bataclan
concert
in Paris before the concert goers were tortured and murdered). The
whole system of Islam is founded on what could be called the “death premise”
(see my column “A
Complete Way of Death
” from May 30th). Ayn Rand, the novelistphilosopher,
had a few choice explications on the subject of the desire to destroy values as
a means of negating
existence
:
To the extent to which a man is rational, life is the premise
directing his actions. To the extent to which he is irrational, the premise
directing his actions is death.”
“Man’s basic vice, the source of all his evils, is the
act of unfocusing his mind, the suspension of his consciousness, which is not
blindness, but the refusal to see, not ignorance, but the refusal to know.
Irrationality is the rejection of man’s means of survival and, therefore, a
commitment to a course of blind destruction; that which is anti-mind, is
anti-life.”
And Muslims follow a course of action knowing full well that the end is
non-existence, for themselves as well as for their victims, or of objects that
contradict their world view (such as churches, art, women’s fashions, freedom
of speech)
From one horse’s
mouth
about Islam’s death worship:
“We love death like our enemies love life!” he said. “We
love martyrdom, the way in which [Hamas] leaders died.”

A top Hamas leader mocked the Israel Defense Forces, declaring they are
fighting “divine soldiers” who love death.
“Today you [Israelis] are fighting
divine soldiers, who love death for Allah like you love life, and who compete
among themselves for Martyrdom like you flee from death,” said Hamas Chief of
Staff Muhammad Deif in a recorded statement broadcast Wednesday by Al Aqsa TV,
the Hamas channel.

The sight of non-Muslims living and
enjoying life is both a contradiction and a reproach. “If we must die, we want
to take you with us. It is necessary. We are so commanded. It is against Allah’s
will to have you remain behind to desecrate his earth. We are the superior
ones, you are infidels and inferior. We have not been blessed by Allah with a
capacity for living. Allah deems it wrong that you have such a capacity and so
you must be punished horribly and extinguished, for you are an affront to Allah’s
divine will. We exist only to reach a state of non-existence. We live to die. Your
last conscious, pain-ridden thought must be the sight of my face drooling on
your near-lifeless body.”
I have yet to read or hear a major
writer on any other blog state unequivocally that Islam is pure unmitigated
evil. “But it’s a religion! It’s
wrong to damn someone’s faith!” Is that so? If that is what you think, that Islam
has nothing to do with its integral political – or Sharia – structure, then don’t
expect to make any headway in combating its reign of terror, destruction, and
death.
My solution to rid ourselves of the
death worshippers is to give them what they want.

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  1. Edward Cline

    If men are afraid to IDENTIFY an evil then they will always be its plsy thing.

  2. Edward Cline

    If men are afraid to IDENTIFY an evil then they will always be its play thing.

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