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Why Islam and The West can not coexist

By February 19, 2017 9 Comments

National Review ran a story on Wednesday, February, 15 regarding a professor from Georgetown University named Jonathan Brown, who gave a speech defending slavery in Islam. In his speech is was said by multiple accounts (Andrew Harrod who wrote about this 1 week ago and does fantastic work on Islam & Jihad) that he spent much time condemning Western Civilization slavery while exonerating slavery in the middle east where Islam is ramped.

All this despite the fact that The West abolished slavery some 170+ years ago. Allow me to take this a bit further because as we all know the National Review does not have the guts to speak the truth.

In practice, Islam is a disease.

If you’re a person of Islamic faith that doesn’t make you a disease. It just makes your religious text you worship one. Now if you can’t separate the two then well, the shoe fits.

The West was built upon Judeo-Christian values. I am not a Jew so I won’t pretend to know Judaism. But I do know the Old Testament (Jewish) preceded the New Testament and the New Testament was clearly a collection of books and accounts for the individual’s relationship with his God. Not the church. The individual.

That individual mindset and the ability to separate the two gave us the fertile ground for a Constitution & Bill of Rights. It gave us the power and confidence to have a Separation of Church and State and Freedom of Religion. Because the story of Christ wins on ideas.

Islam, on the other hand, is the religion built upon the words of an illiterate warlord who took wives as young as 6 years old. The very same book that is interwoven with almost 500 passages of rule of law and judiciary revelations. Following the Koran thus creates a problem if you live in the West.

Like Prof Jonathan Brown (who supports Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel), It forces you to have to explain things like slavery and stoning a woman for walking at night alone and being raped; to a college kid in the US in 2017. But apparently, it’s not that hard to do after all. Brown (who is white and was an evangelical) himself was converted at the very same university in 2010 by his Islamic studies professor. Consider the words of this Professor from Georgetown: 

What’s the difference between someone who is captured in a raid in the steppes of Central Asia brought to Istanbul’s slave market, sold to an owner, who, by the way, might treat her badly, might treat her incredibly well. She’s going to bear him children. She’s going to be a free woman. She’s going to be the mother of his children. If he’s high status, she’s going to be high status. If he dies she might be a very desirable wife. That person’s situation? What’s the difference between that and some woman who’s a poor baker’s daughter who gets married to some baker’s son without any choice because no one expects her to have any choice? And that baker’s son might treat her well. He might treat her horribly.

When Jesus said to his fellow Jews: “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s and give to God what is Gods” it put Jesus and the story of Jesus above anything man made. It did not attempt to set legislation or laws because those things are insignificant to Jesus. The Koran and its Sharia is about conquest and about rule of law mixed in with spirituality. This creates an impossible roadblock for the West at our most fundamental levels.

Jihadists sometimes refer to a group of “secular Muslims” and those are Muslims I support. If you’re willing to stand up and denounce the Korans role in governmental affairs and laws much like a Christian can do here then I applaud you. But if not; do not call yourself a moderate. There is no moderate Muslim. Show me a moderate Muslim and will show you either an ignorant fool or a liar (Al-taqiyya).


  • Ludum Dare says:

    100% agree that Islam is a disease but you then go on to say how great Judaeo-Christian beliefs are and how it made the West what it is today, this isn’t completely true. Greco-Roman ideas were far more important in pulling the west out of the factional religiously decisive medieval period. The ideas of separation of religion and state was paid for in rivers of blood. Most notably the 30 years war only a few decades past hung in the minds of the enlightenment thinkers. Christianity survives as it does today is because it’s been emasculated by the wealth and easy living the west has won in the recent past. Before this time there was little difference between Christendom and the Caliphate.

    • joe fletch says:

      No its not completely true how The West was made. I think its important to note however the vast majority of the US are Christians. The word of Christ is that of spiritual harmony with Jesus. There is nothing in his message where its about conquest. So yes technically you’re correct, Christianity and the caliphate were similar centuries ago but the Christians were acting on their own accord. The Caliphate was just following their script. Thats more of a user error than anything. I think the easy living you describe can be attributed to the petrodollar. Between us printing wealth and the dollar being a reserve currency our relationship with OPEC more specifically Saudi Arabia (Wahhabism) is a tenuous one. Its musical chairs. Eventually the muisic stops and we have no use for one another.

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  • guitarian says:

    Wow. Some of the worst writing I’ve seen in a while. Does BPS have an editor?

    • joe fletch says:

      I’ll take this as a compliment. Sorry about your feelings.

      • guitarian says:

        This has nothing to do with my feelings or opinion. I happen to agree that Islam and the West can’t coexist.
        Just read your first paragraph. You might want to consider getting someone to proofread your articles.

  • Gem Leola says:

    In the old days, a captured woman could bear children and improve her situation. Nowadays, contraception would mean no babies. Just make her a perpetual slave with age-related deteriorating status. Don’t you think? How much more do the slaver men have the upper hand in this age of contraception? Like ISIS.

  • Gem Leola says:

    Also, a woman risks her life in reproduction. She should have a say in who she risked her life for.

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