29 August 2011

Pat Condell and Islamic barbarism.


4 comments:

Zenster said...

Pat Condell, a person that I regard as Britain's modern-day Churchill, makes two critical mistakes and ― unwittingly, I'm sure ― perpetuates Islam's ability to shrug off wholly justified accusations of Evil and Ideological Totalitarianism.

Video Time Point ― 02:56

I mean, this is way beyond anything you’d call a simple neurosis and deep into hardcore mental illness. [emphasis added]

Let's get one thing perfectly clear; so-called "mental illness" has absolutely nothing to do with Islam's institutionalized policy of Abject Gender Apartheid. One may as well say that so-called "Moderate Muslims" ― who are the literal sea that Islamic terrorists swim in ― have absolutely nothing to do with terrorism; despite their almost unanimous and deafeningly thunderous silence over terrorist atrocities as a rule.

There is no mental illness involved.

That sort of unwarranted blanket statement gives a horde of this world's very worst murderers, rapists and habitual criminals a wholly undeserved out.

They are not "mentally ill".

They are a vast group of violent, misocynistic, racist and habitually criminal oxygen thieves that pollute the very air that they breathe.

Video Time Point ― 03:07

If the Saudis couldn’t dig money straight out of the ground, they’d still be living in the stone age, as would the entire Arab world, which has produced nothing of value to humanity for centuries, thanks to a religion that fosters insularity and ignorance, not to mention a chronic and crippling sexual repression that makes Catholicism look like San Francisco in the 1960’s. [emphasis added]

Again, another anhorrent misapplication. "Religion" has nothing to do with this. Remember:

IF THERE IS NO SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE; IT'S NOT A "RELIGION", IT'S A STATE.

Islam is not, cannot and never will be a "religion". It has always been a political ideology and, for almost one thousand years ― after closing the door on ijtihad ― has been exclusively devoted to that premise.

Condell's biting satire of all things Islamic is a precious component of the counterjihad. He just isn't firing on all cylinders, as of yet. Pat's original blasting of Christianity demonstrates how his focus was not quite crisp enough.

Thank goodness that he's learning who the real enemy is and increasingly devotes the majority of his eloquent wrath in that direction.

Col. B. Bunny said...

You're right. It's not a mental illness per se. It's more like a monumental moral failing. Clinging to doctrines of supremacy over others is not something that decent people do. Thus, it's a religion for people with atrophied or stunted souls. Those Muslims who can compartmentalize the morally repugnant aspects of Islam like a cyst can form around an abscess evidence what Lawrence Auster calls the unexplained exception. With this, one embraces the whole body of a flawed doctrine (e.g., liberalism, Islam) but when one must act contrary to that doctrine in order to secure one's safety or retain one's sanity, this is done effortlessly but withOUT any attempt to reconcile the exceptional behavior with the larger body of doctrine or to question the worth of that doctrine. The two exist side by side, irreconcilable.

It's true the state and the religion are one, though I think there is a vestigial "religion" in there somewhere, which is of no importance, however. The Turkish caliphate united all in one body. With Pakistan, however, there appears to be room for action by imams, such as being able to call for killing of apostates. They are sort of the default back up squad where the all but nonexistent restrictions of parliamentary democracy interfere with the shariah solution. Perhaps, the actual state is the ulema, a religious institution, and the parliamentary democracy is just a superficial engrafting on the ummah.

The hysteria with which Muslim men react to any manifestation of female independence DOES strike me as a mental disease. The Muslim man is in control with women and feels enormously threatened by giving more autonomy and power to women, or so it seems.

I love Condell when he dives into the pathology of Islam and the craven Western attempt to accommodate it. However, he does exhibit an unseemly, bitter disdain for all religion and Christianity in particular. Christians are hypocrites and morons to hear him tell and it makes him look foolish and an extreme partisan of secularism. I'm not a believer myself but I see the debt that we owe to church. It is and was a human institution. If you hate the church for its failings then you should be careful about overselling secularism. It wasn't the Catholics who murdered over 100M souls in the last century.

Atheists seem to require of themselves that they HATE Christianity. Madeline Murray had a very nasty personality and was no advertisement for atheism. Pat takes on some of that small mindedness when he attacks Christianity as being a major source of human depravity and hypocrisy in human history.

Zenster said...

Col. B. Bunny: It's not a mental illness per se. It's more like a monumental moral failing.

Exactly, and this is what makes Islam so totally illegitimate as any sort of valid faith or creed.

With this, one embraces the whole body of a flawed doctrine (e.g., liberalism, Islam) but when one must act contrary to that doctrine in order to secure one's safety or retain one's sanity, this is done effortlessly but withOUT any attempt to reconcile the exceptional behavior with the larger body of doctrine or to question the worth of that doctrine. The two exist side by side, irreconcilable.

Otherwise known as "cognitive dissonance", which Islam abounds in. Take, for instance, the following examples:

The 9-11 attacks were orchestrated by the CIA and Osama bin Laden is a Lion of Islam™ for blackening America's eye!

or:

The Holocaust never happened and we are going to finish what Hitler left uncompleted!

Which is it, dessert topping or floor wax?

The pandemic cognitive dissonance within Islam cripples it, not just morally but also technologically. This self-ordained sense of superiority sanctions looting and piracy which, in turn, makes manual labor appear as a coward's way out of the violent confrontations required to carry out such plundering. In turn, innovation and creative genius are stifled, something that is clearly evidenced throughout the entire MME (Muslim Middle East) and Islam in general.

It's true the state and the religion are one, though I think there is a vestigial "religion" in there somewhere, which is of no importance, however.

The "religion" within Islam is the same sort of "faith" it took to believe that Communism would work. Nothing more or less. In both cases it is unadulterated self-delusion or, put another way, delusions of adequacy.

Perhaps, the actual state is the ulema, a religious institution, and the parliamentary democracy is just a superficial engrafting on the ummah.

An entertaining idea and one that makes a lot of sense. It is the only way that these Islamic hellholes can lay any claim to their ostensible veneer of democracy.

The hysteria with which Muslim men react to any manifestation of female independence DOES strike me as a mental disease.

Again, it is more a case of inadequacy run rampant to where it morally paralyzes Muslim men. The fanaticism required to fully embrace Islam literally blocks out most of the pathways required to experience romantic love.

This inability to give or take real love makes any emotional encounters excursions into a frightening terra incognita; as in, "Here be Dragons". The degree of self-control needed to master such fears is entirely negated by Islam's infantilizing influence upon Muslim men.

By blaming women for the downfall of man (per the Eden mythos), Muslim men are able to justify Islam's permanent reprisal upon the female population. The stunning extent to which this damages Islamic culture and all who follow it cannot be overstated.

Zenster said...

I love Condell when he dives into the pathology of Islam and the craven Western attempt to accommodate it. However, he does exhibit an unseemly, bitter disdain for all religion and Christianity in particular. Christians are hypocrites and morons to hear him tell and it makes him look foolish and an extreme partisan of secularism.

You really need to go back and review Condell's early body of work. He is not derisive of Christianity, in and of itself. What he detests is theocracy and the immoral degree of guilt or compulsion that so many major religions rely upon. If you parse his words carefully, you will find that he has absolutely no problem with people maintaining their own private faith.

Atheists seem to require of themselves that they HATE Christianity. Madeline Murray had a very nasty personality and was no advertisement for atheism. Pat takes on some of that small mindedness when he attacks Christianity as being a major source of human depravity and hypocrisy in human history.

As we both know by now, when it comes to depravity, Christianity cannot hold a candle to Islam. I think Condell realizes this and it may be why he has turned the focus of his actinic glare upon Muslim perfidy. For many non-believers, Christianity's persecution of scientists like Galileo personified a backwardness and inhibition of the science that has wrought so many of Western civilizations modern wonders. Especially difficult to access, then, is the spiritual fulfillment and morality that Christianity bequeaths to many of its followers.

In the absence of realizing or recognizing those gifts, it could be quite easy to revile Christendom. Particularly, its own sordid history of theocracy which it has had the wisdom to abandon.

Admittedly, it would be nice to see Condell come down hard upon theocracy in general which is the real enemy of liberty and freedom. Again, there is no better exemplar of theocracy than Islam throughout its entire existence.