Thursday, November 29, 2007

UK teacher jailed over teddy row; time to denounce the fascist fundamentalists

In the Sudan a UK teacher has been jailed in a silly row over a teddy. (UK teacher jailed over teddy row )

Sudan is not unique in having controversial judges. Scottish judges sent a Libyan to jail for the Lockerbie Bombing. Reportedly the trial was unfair and the Moslem was innocent. (aangirfan: Lockerbie - who were the key players in the trial?)

Quite rightly, Bloggers condemn Sudan , just as they sometimes condemn the Scottish criminal justice system.

The teddy incident may be a turning point.

In the past, many bloggers, including this one, have shown sympathy for Moslems; there has been a belief that Moslems have been unfairly blamed for terrorism.

However, when it comes to cruel, ungodly, fascist behaviour, it seems that fundamentalist 'Moslems' can be just as wicked as fundamentalist 'Christians', 'Jews', 'Hindus' and 'Budhists'.

We should remember that when it comes to Terrorism: Moslems are apparently in it up to their necks

We still believe that the vast majority of Moslems are friendly, moderate people. (Kids getting exercise)
We base this belief on extensive visits to at least five 'Moslem' countries in recent years.
But the fascist fundamentalist Moslems must be denounced and opposed.
As Johann Hari points out, fundamentalist Moslems are as dangerous as the Christian fundamentalists who used to cause misery in Europe (Maryam Namazie: Johann Hari: Why do we ignore the plight of ex ...)
Martin Luther was a fascist. Luther declared that a possessed child should be thrown into the river to be killed or cured. (Robertson, History of Christianity: p208 Rejection of Pascal's Wager: Martin Luther)

Luther encouraged the nobles to suppress the 1525 Peasant's Revolt in Germany by violent means. And in fact the nobles tortured and then killed over 100,000 peasants.
Luther wrote: "Let all who are able, cut them down, slaughter and stab them, openly or in secret, and remember that there is nothing more poisonous, noxious and utterly devilish than a rebel." (Rejection of Pascal's Wager: Martin Luther)
We do not want mad religious extremists in positions of power.


1 comment:

Zen said...

You make some good points, but your anger diminishes your message.

"I wish you peace, but .... "


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