Saturday, November 7, 2015

Analyzing The Language of Disagreement

                       The Language of Disagreement 
                                by Peter Hyatt

       'If you want to know who your master is, see the one whom                               you cannot criticize.'  

We just saw a sheriff struggle to avoid stating the obvious.    

The sheriff had the motive before him and showed unnecessary  sensitivity in simply stating it.  

What caused this intrusion into his language? 

He had an attempted murderer imitate several weeks worth of terrorism in Israel by going after citizens with a knife, but if this was not enough, police have his manifesto which affirmed his motive:  devout obedience to the koran.  

Yet. in this, the sheriff's statement showed sensitivity, which is likely reluctance, to admit this.  He spoke intelligently, and from experimental memory, but called upon additional support to what he "remembered" seeing in one portion, but not in the other, which was more detailed.  

            "I remember seeing" Versus "I saw..."

When one says, "I remember seeing..." instead of the strong,  "I saw", it is an indication of weakness and we must explore the cause.  By saying "I remember..." one may even be able to blame faulty memory, should he wish to disavow or alter his assertion. 

When we struggle with memory, it is an appropriate phrase to use.  

Since the Tripoli invasion, America has been at war with Islam's ideology which was brought home in no uncertain sound on 9/11 when symbols of our culture were destroyed.  This, too, was from the koran.  Yet, this war took a decidedly strange turn which put federal and local law enforcement in a most awkward position.  The war against the ideology has never been a war against a race of people.  In fact, Muslims, themselves, are often the victims of Islamic violence.  It is the ideology that teaches violence. 

We think of a boy who witnesses Domestic Violence in his home as in desperate need of intervention, and we are correct:  he may now be prone to violence against women if he grew up seeing his mother attacked. 

How much more so for a young boy who is taught, by precept and precedent:

1.  You are superior to women and the koran says she is only worth "one half" of your value.  By itself, this could lead to violence.  But it does much deeper:

2.  You are to hit your wife to 'correct' her
3.  He actually sees the physical abuse of his mother who may not object or protest
4.  He sees his entire community do it
5.  He is told that this is a religious obligation and something divinity wants him to do. 
6.  This happens during the brain's development. 

"Ghosts from the Nursery" explored this, but not from the perspective of religious instruction or parent pleasing.  

This boy wants to please his parents and fulfill his religion.  
*How much more likely is he to engage in Domestic Violence?

For 6 years now, law enforcement has been at war with the Federal view of the Islamic supremacist ideology which calls for strict and literal obedience to the koran, including the mandate for not only violence, but spectacular or public violence against the "kaffir", or infidel.  Like the attacker in California, and the weekly videos, be heading is specifically called for, and those who are obedient, do it. The sheriff obviously knows this, in context (see his entire statement) as he references "the virgins" in his statement.  (This element adds to the Islamic rape epidemic and misogyny). 

There is not just a desensitization to violence as part of this ideology, but a religious, moral and familiar obligation that has brought about violence, consistently, for centuries, which has been in every nation, every country and every race it has gained footing in.  Those in the field often see (and struggle with) the language of denial or minimization within Domestic Violence victims as we expect it but how much more so in a victim's language  who believes it is a religious duty to accept the assaults? 

What causes this reluctance on the part of the subject?  

Here is a small sample to show this shift in what is 'safe' to say and what is not:   

One of the appointees to the Department of Homeland Security tweeted that the United States is an islamic nation. 

One of the senior officials at the FBI tweeted that the Koran has "American values."

Federal training manuals have removed the word "islam" from "islamic violence" and continually refer to "right wing" violence, though it does not exist in any measurable form.  

Many times in the last 6 years when people have died in accordance to the koran, Barak Obama has made a statement which included a reference to "The Crusades" much like his recent "Islam helped found America" statement.   This subfucation of history is the norm in Islamic nations who believe that Europe's wealth is as a result of theft from them.  The koran tells them that the lands where "allah has not blessed" are in "ruins."  When they see the Eiffel Tower, or the Twin Towers, there is a blaring contradiction of the koran, and in their ideology, the koran cannot be wrong, so ancient ruins, including churches, artifacts, art, etc, are exploded.  

The "corporate victim status" is an empowering and uniting element. 

There is a pressure, which has built for 6 years now in earnest, to avoid assigning the violence prescribed in the koran, and obeyed by the criminal, to religious motive.  

This is the reason for the awkward statement by the Sheriff.  

Disagreement is no longer considered a vehicle of progress.  

                       The Language of Disagreement ___________

One of my biggest concerns for our country after the advent of this violent ideology is the American trend to linguistically demonize anyone who disagrees with another, and assign certain negative emotions, which are predominantly "irrational fear" and "hatred."

This is to say, 

1.  "if you disagree with me, you have an irrational fear of what I hold to."

2.  "If you disagree with me, you are a person of hate."

It has become so popular that it is rare to analyze a statement from politics or civil discourse without new "phobia" words.

What does "phobia" mean?

What does "hate" mean?

"Phobia" is to insult the subject, and assign to the subject a mental health disorder or issue that warrants professional intervention.  In effect, it is a label used to silence opposition. Since you are "irrationally afraid" of the topic, there is no use in continuing the discussion.  

"Hate", which is akin to murder, to to also silence or marginalize  the subject by making the assertion that the person disagreeing is of a base character, unworthy to be heard, blinded by a powerful prejudicial emotion that if allowed to act upon itself, will lead to murder. Since you intend upon murder, there is no use in continuing the discussion.  

"Hate Speech" is common in Europe, and gaining strength in America.  

In Europe, "hate speech" is often described or applied as any words used to incite violence.  This is not lost upon Islamic supremacists. 

Islam forbids criticism of Islam under the penalty of death.  This is the "Sharia blasphemy law" often cited.  

In something as simple as a cartoon, violence is threatened; therefore, if one draws a cartoon of Mohammad, not only is he subject to violence or threats of violence (with a long track record of keeping its word) but the subject may be arrested, fined, or even face  potential incarceration.  

By the very definition (or practical legal application) of European "hate speech", it is a de facto implementation of Sharia blasphemy law even when saying it is not Sharia.  If, for example, we promise to go violent if you criticize the headscarf, anyone criticizing the headscarf can be guilty of inciting violence.  The control is gained readily because no politician wishes to be in office during a riot.  

Sweden took it a step further:  make it a crime to criticize the government policy on immigration.  Therefore, it creates the very opposite of "voice of the people" rule.  One politician was charged with "hate speech" because he presented statistics that showed the connection between Islam's ideology and rape.  The court did not disagree with the statistics, only that his quoting them is to incite violence.  Even quoting Islamic scholars to show Mohammad had sex with a child is to incite violence.  

America used to severely limit its interpretation to "crying "FIRE!" in a movie theatre" as a sense.  

In America today, we see this in certain topics and it leads to the same dichotomy of speech that is in Europe:

People will say one thing in public, but another thing in private.  

We are then able to see, in public statements, the sensitivity in defensiveness, fear, or concern.  We may pick this up.  It was comically portrayed in "Seinfeld" but the same qualifiers are being used...

"...not that there's anything wrong with that."  This fumbling over words was comical, but in context they were somewhat prophetic as the writer, himself, expressed reluctance to appear at colleges because "everyone is offended by everything" as the point of humor is to be ironic, inappropriate, offensive, and so on. Remember the days of "roasts"? Today, courts would award millions to the "victim" for hurt feelings, which is why people fear free speech so much so:

Jobs will not give references.  

In public, people must watch every word they say.  

But worse, is the dichotomy of speech because this does have external consequences.  What happens when someone feels that he or she cannot speak out that which they consider logic or opinion?

This  leads to powerfully embittered emotional reactions:  no one likes to be squelched.

We have been created to communicate what their brains process more than any other creatures found in creation.  (including Dex) 

Say it ain't so

If one must be bullied into either silence or false statements, not only is the topic weak, but it is to fill the opponent with resolve.  This, too, begins to show itself in language, especially with a few additional words that show the underlying negative emotion.  

If those who disagree  fear losing their jobs, social status,  or professional licenses, expect the language to show an ever increasing level of bitterness.  

It is in the language, and it is a growing trend that Statement Analysts must track.  


Tania Cadogan said...

We have it bad over here.
For many years the grooming, abuse and rape of western girls by islamic gangs was ignored, and, when it could no longer be ignored, prosecutions and sentences were handed out.
To pretty much all the UK these were islamist rapists and abusers, yet, the government and media downplayed the fact the men were muslims.
They danced a pretty dance to avoid offending any muslim despite muslim admissions that western girls were easy and allowed to be abused as they were whores and sluts who asked for it by dressing immodestly, drinking etc, whilst muslim girls were left alone because they were seen as modest and obedient (those that weren't were punished by their families)

Even now we have businesses bowing down to islam, banning pork and its various incarnations in fast food places and restaurants especially in predominantly muslim enclaves, schools bringing in halal meats despite complaints from non muslim parents about the cruelty involved and how they were never consulted.
We have schools where white English children are in the great minority.

We are inundated with so called refugees who will play the nationality card, ie which ever nation looks the easiest way to get in.
If anyone dares to mention anything negative in relation to islam , the migrants etc, they are shouted down as racist and/or xenophobic.

We have criminals arriving on our shores and we have no idea whio they are until they get arrested for whatever crime they committed and even then, them being muslim is downplayed.

All i see these days is invasion of europe by a maruading horde of healthy young men, demanding everything and when it is denied or not fast enough, rioting, attacking, raping and abusing.

Villages in germany are suddenly finding themselves outnumbered 8-1 with no say in the matter.
We meanwhile can't deport foreign criminals nor can we lock up or deport known terrorists, supporters of terrorism or their mouth pieces due to the hated in the UK human rights law.

it frightens me to see what we are becoming and how we are prevented from even considering protecting ourselves.

Enoch Powell had it right with his rivers of blood speech

John Mc Gowan said...


Gilbert man desperately searching for missing wife Claudine Carr

GILBERT, AZ - A Gilbert family is desperate for answers, after a wife and mother of two daughters, Claudine Carr, went missing Friday morning.

Claudine's husband, Nick Carr, says she went to run errands around 8:30 a.m. Friday and never came back. Her first stop was supposed to be to pick up prescriptions at CVS, but she never made it there.

Her family filed a missing person's report Friday morning. Ever since, they have organized search parties to scour Gilbert and down south, but so far, no trace of her.

Maricopa County Sheriff's officials located her 2007 Cadillac Escalade east of Canyon Lake Saturday morning, Gilbert Police said. The vehicle was unoccupied.

Nick Carr said his wife struggles with depression and on Friday morning she was not herself.

"I just feel so helpless," said Nick Carr. "There's nothing you can do. It's a terrible feeling. I hope she reaches out and gets help from somebody and comes home."

Carr said his wife did not have her purse or cell phone when she left.

Claudine has blonde hair. She's 5 foot, 3 inches tall and weighs 115 pounds.

Gilbert Police said Saturday morning that several citizens called to report possible sightings overnight, but none of the leads panned out.

There is more in the VT but i can't hear it.

If you know anything, please call Gilbert Police at 480-503-6500.

Statement Analysis Blog said...


I quoted you in an article I am working on.

Even the BBC, not known for truth, admitted that at least 1400 victims ---though some experts say it is much more than that.

One victim, a mother with children suffering mental health issues could not raise but a few hundred dollars for therapy through Go Fund Me while Fake Hate hit 43K...this was at the same time, too.

What is so sad is that the more you, Germany and Sweden suffer, the 'better' it is for the United States. We may learn from your suffering and this is so very unfair!

This past summer has felt like History unfolding before my eyes in ways I did not think could happen, yet so many people predicted this.

Bat Ye'or being one of them.

I now see why some wear it as a badge of honor when media reports them as "xenophobic" or "racist" falsely.

Do you go to Rotherham?

We count on iPhone video from citiizens from Europe to show us the truth.

I saw one photo of a boy crying so badly it was heartbreaking. Then, the video was released where he was acting out for the camera instead. This was like the "police beating a refugee man on the tracks as he protected his wife and child from the blows" only to see the video of him throw them on the RR tracks and police try to save them from him!

Another beheading video yesterday. I had stopped watching them, but in some strange way, I feel that I owe it to others to not turn away.

The savagery or barbarism can only come from deep childhood imprinting upon the brain. They made the victim wait, repeatedly, as if to give him false hope, yet his face tells us:

he knew they would decpaitate him with the small knife.

When the Islamic supremacist puts his arm around the victim's shoulder, it is almost like a comforting posture.

He does not die for quite some time as others have. His body kept twitching and twitching as the butcher did his work.

He was a Syrian shepherd.


Sir Winston Churchill said...

"How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy.The effects are apparent in many countries, improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement, the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property, either as a child, a wife, or a concubine, must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men.

Individual Muslims may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it.

No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome."

Shannon In CA said...

I feel the same way about the I owe it to them to witness what they went through. I can't stop it, but I can do my best to acknowledge not ignore it.

Statement Analysis Blog said...

I've learned not to watch them late at night.

Here is a horrific story:

No protests, no politicians, no noise...

just a dead little boy.


klv said...

Its funny. In the name & wake of post-WW2 anti- Nazism "fairness" and political correctness, speaking out against Muslim violence is taboo.... But substitute the words Nazi and Nazism in place of Muslim or Sharia law and what do you have? People using their ideology to justify their atrocities.

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Cockroach said...

"No protests"

You read the part where they were charged with murder, right?

Statement Analysis Blog said...


you are correct.

Both were supremacist ideologies and both used violence and deception as a means to their ends.

Nazism was child's play compared to Islam, in scope.


Sus said...

Regarding Jeremy Marsdin who was shot and killed by Louisanna city marshals: I believe they will find it was a premeditated murder and attempted murder of his father, Chris Few.
1. The "marshals" were court marshals hired to serve warrants. They were moonlighting.
2. The "marshals" recently had been doing traffic policing in the city though they had no police training.
3. They say they were attempting to serve a warrant. Investigators say there is no warrant on Chris Few.
4. Few's fiancé witnessed the marshals begin the chase.
5. Chris Few and one of the marshals had a prior history and Few was frightened of the marshal.
6. The marshals have five prior allegations pending. One broke a school girls arm on the bus. The same has two rape charges.
7. The district attorney excluded himself from the case citing one of the marshals has a connection to his office. Could that be why he still has a job with the court serving warrants?
8. The coroner said Few reversed his car toward the marshals. All 18 rounds were shot into the driver's side of Chris Few's vehicle...which sat perpendicular to the marshals' cars.
9. Few did not have a gun. Obviously he was not shooting at the marshals. He never left his vehicle to assault a marshal.
10. All four of the marshals present refuse to speak to investigators.
11. There was video from a body cam. After seeing it, investigators immediately charged the marshals with 2nd degree murder. Not manslaughter...murder. It must have shown them opening fire while Chris Few and his son were trapped in that dead end street.

I am beyond sad for the family and friends of Jeremy Marsdin and Chris Few. I am also disappointed that once again a murder by self-appointed mafia will stain true policeman of the US.

Sus said...

Police believe that Tyshawn Lee, 9, was lured into an alley and executed. Probably as part of an on-going battle between his father's gang and a rival gang. Tyshawn's father refuses to cooperate with police. Tyshawn's mother bought a brand new 2015 car today...supposedly with money collected on gofundme for his funeral.

The reward money to get someone to speak is over $54,000 now. No one is speaking. Not his parents, his family, his community, Black National leaders, or the BLM movement.

Oh wait. A local church and its pastor have offered to move anyone who speaks up for Tyshawn out of the city and to safety.

And here's the police who work tirelessly against gangs in Chicago:
"Tyshawn Lee was murdered in probably the most abhorrent, cowardly, unfathomable crime that I've witnessed in 35 years of policing," Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy told reporters Thursday.
"This is a different level. These are noncombatants now being assassinated."

Anonymous said...

German hospitals are increasing security to protect doctors and nurses from violent attacks by migrants who are unhappy with the medical treatment they are receiving.

Critics are warning that German taxpayers will end up paying billions of euros to provide healthcare for a never-ending wave of asylum seekers. This is in addition to the billions of euros already being spent to provide newcomers with food, clothing and shelter.

In addition to the massive economic and social costs, as well as the burden of increased crime, including a rape epidemic, Germans are now facing the risk of being exposed to exotic diseases — and tuberculosis.

Roughly 5% of asylum seekers are carrying resistant germs. In real numbers, this works out to around 75,000 newcomers with highly infectious diseases. — Dr. Jan-Thorsten Gräsner, director of the Institute for Rescue and Emergency Medicine.

Twenty types of vaccines are now in short supply, and 16 others are no longer available at all. Because of production bottlenecks, some vaccines will not become available until 2017.

Muslim women refuse to be treated by male doctors, and many Muslim men refuse to be treated by females. — Max Kaplan, director of the Bavarian Medical Board.

German media outlets are downplaying the extent of the healthcare problem, apparently to avoid spreading fear or provoking anti-immigrant sentiments

Anonymous said...

Peter, main stream media has confirmed the Csech doctors letter. It is worst than what the doctor wrote in the letter but the things she said have been backed up by officials at hosptialsand Der spielgel whchi was guilty of not reporting too so it must be worst than they admit.

Trigger said...

How can a government keep it's citizens from fearing a group of people that want to kill or maim them for religious reasons?

Stabbing infidels, rape, honor killings, and conversion by death are the things that can't be ignored by the targets of this type of violence.

The targets will learn to defend themselves from further violence by recognizing the threat and taking steps to stop it.

John Mc Gowan said...

OT Updates:

Parents Of Missing Girl Erica Parsons Found With Bizarre Stash Of JonBenet Ramsey Memorabilia
Read more:


Answers still elusive in Haddon Twp. boy's death
Read more:

Statement Analysis Blog said...


To answer your question:


I read that they were charged with murders.


Statement Analysis Blog said...


The inclusion of Ramsey material is chilling.

John Mc Gowan said...

Indeed, Peter

If memory serves me correct. There was another case of a missing Child and "Ramsey" material was also found in the house.

Anonymous said...

Would you be willing to do analysis on Ben Carson's violent past? He is back tracking and I see red flags in what he says. My husband thinks the media is picking on him, I think Carson is lying and was caught.

He uses "ya know" often, he said "I would" instead of "I did..".

The West Point scholarship story has been modified a few times.


John Mc Gowan said...


VIDEO: College dean accuses cops of stopping her for ‘walking while black’

The problem is, dash camera footage from the police cruiser dispute Bland’s recollection of events, and make it clear the stop had nothing to do with race and everything to do with preventing Bland from hurting herself or others.

Dash cam footage below.

Sus said...

Speaking of the Ramsey's...

What does everyone make of John Ramsey's latest statement?

The still unsolved murder has haunted John Ramsey ever since, he said. But the little girl's dad still believes the killer will be brought to justice.
"I think we will have two ways that will happen," he said. "It will either be a DNA match or someone who knows something will become angry or bitter against this person and will tell."

I find that comment interesting in light of the fact that John R wraps himself in his spirituality (or the show of it) and not being "angry or bitter."

Elsewhere in the interview he lets slip how much money he had to spend after JonBenet's death. Supposedly he went broke from his irrational decisions made in grief. Angry or bitter much, John R?

Tania Cadogan said...

"I think we will have two ways that will happen," he said. "It will either be a DNA match or someone who knows something will become angry or bitter against this person and will tell."

Hmm, Interesting.
THIS person and not THAT person??

Why do he place himself close to someone knowing something and becoming angry or bitter?

Is he worried that someone knows what happened, perhaps even saw what happened or the immediate aftermath and will speak out to get their revenge or a reward, or, did he confess or confide in someone and is now worried they may decide to speak out perhaps if they feel they are being blamed or implicated either directly or by no denials being made on their behalf?

Is he worried that someone he trusted has now become angry or bitter and will speak out?
This would lead me to think perhaps Buerke his son who saw/knows what happened, perhaps his wife if the marriage is going down the pan.

I wonder what would be revealed if the DNA was retested today given how much forensic science has progressed of the years.
What was once non conclusive or non identifiable could perhaps today reveal the donor?

Something has prompted him to make the statement,money,relationship with his son or wife, fear that something has been found so he is getting his version out there first?

Observer said...

Peter, a new police report on the rapes came out and you say that they are minimizing, well look:

study by Swedish Police revealed that Muslim men, who constitute only 2 percent of the population are responsible for 77.6 percent of rapes

What would be the real number if Sweden tells us the 2nd generation Muslim immigrants that rape?

It may be over 98%!!!

All the 2nd generation Muslim rapists are counted as "swedes" and religion is not permitted to be reported by law.

Statement Analysis Blog said...


I think he may have confided in someone, and may be fearful of it being disclosed due to person animosity...which reminds me of the strained relationship between Billie Jean and Shawn.


They used the word immigrant and MENA as "Middle East North Africa", which is then said to be "Muslim" men.

The 2nd generation immigrant is not permitted to be MENA or immigrant status in number.

Rape was very low in Sweden---extremely low, before immigration. Some police report never arresting a "Swede" or non Muslim for rape in their areas, and some believe that the real number is 95% and north.

What is missing is the claim of "racism" since various races are involved. The ideology taught to them is the root cause of the rape epidemic. Some have admitted that they were "devout" and their "religion teaches it is not wrong because they are non Muslim" (English) while others just say Allah "delivered them into my right hand" and "only whores who refuse to wear the veil" and so on.

The criminal ideology is misogynist belief with its eternal reward that of sexual violence against "70 virgins", which also speaks to wanting to destroy innocence.

It is a social-sexually violent ideology and where "kaffir" women are not available, Muslim women suffer.


I have been covering the murder of the little boy by two rogue cops. I am surprised at the lack of media coverage or public statements.


It is interesting what has been written about borders and self defense weapons: those who deny fences and guns to others, live in safe fenced communities protected by armed guards. This makes them more important and their lives far more valuable than the lives of their constituents.


Statement Analysis Blog said...


I will do analysis on the Ben Carson situation, and it will be from a unique reference point.


Statement Analysis Blog said...


The posted Rotherham government report that was posted: I have started reading it. Have you?? It is 'must' reading.

It is clear that in today's world, if you tell the truth about anything in life, you will be told you are full of both "hate" and "phobia."

Those who wish to speak truth best be prepared for the above two labels.


Anonymous said...

1. Psychology: Why Islam creates monsters

Psychology: Why Islam creates monsters
(Photo above: Hostages of Islamic State fighter in Australia, December 15)

As a psychologist I find it interesting to find out why so many terrorists come from an Islamic back ground. During my research I studied Islam and I my conclusion is that most, if not all, of the Jihadi ideology and attacks is justified by the Islamic teachings found in the Quran (Muhammed’s revelations) and the Hadiths (the life and sayings of Muhammed). In fact, everything that Islamic State does is follow the Quran:


What should worry us is that the share of Muslims taking the Quran literally is not a tiny minority, but a vast majority: 75 percent of Muslims in Europe think that the Quran must be taken literally. Recent surveys suggest that the almost countless Muslim ghettos in the West are populated by tens thousands, if not houndreds thousands, of young men adhering to the Jihadi ideology: 80 percent of young Turks in Holland see “nothing wrong” in waging Jihad against non-Muslims. 27 percent of all young French and 14 percent of all young British – includeding most probably the vast majority of young Muslims in these two countries – sympathize with the genocidal terror organisation Islamic State, whose fighters are also committing attacks against civilians here in the West.

Why is it that Islam produces supporters of terrorism on such a vast scale?

Psychology: Why Islam creates monsters
By: Nicolai Sennels, psychologist

Psychopathic people and behaviour are found within all cultures and religions. But one tops them all — by many lengths. The daily mass killings, terror, persecutions and family executions committed by the followers of Islam are nauseating, and the ingenuity behind the attacks — always looking for new and more effective ways of killing and terrorising people — is astonishing: hijacking jumbo jets and flying them into skyscrapers, hunting unarmed and innocent people with grenades and automatic rifles in shopping malls, planting bombs in one’s own body, using model airplanes as drones, attaching large rotating blades to pickup trucks and using them as human lawn movers, killing family members with acid or fire, hanging people publicly from cranes in front of cheering crowds, etc. It makes one ask oneself: what creates such lack of empathy and almost playful and creative attitude towards murdering perceived enemies?

This is a question for psychologists like me.

Studying the Muslim mind
Nobody is born a mass murderer, a rapist or a violent criminal. So what is it in the Muslim culture that influence their children in a way that make so relatively many Muslims harm other people?

As a psychologist in a Danish youth prison, I had a unique chance to study the mentality of Muslims. 70 percent of youth offenders in Denmark have a Muslim background. I was able to compare them with non-Muslim clients from the same age group with more or less the same social background. I came to the conclusion that Islam and Muslim culture have certain psychological mechanisms that harm people’s development and increase criminal behaviour.

I am, of course, aware that Muslims are different, and not all Muslims follow the Quran’s violent and perverted message and their prophet’s equally embarrassing example. But as with all other religions, Islam also influences its followers and the culture they live in.

Anonymous said...

2. One could talk about two groups of psychological mechanisms, that both singly and combined increase violent behaviour. One group is mainly connected with religion, which aims at indoctrinating Islamic values in children as early as possible and with whatever means necessary, including violence and intimidation. One can understand a Muslim parent’s concern about his offspring’s religious choices, because the sharia orders the death penalty for their children, should they pick another religion than their parents. The other group of mechanisms are more cultural and psychological. These cultural psychological mechanisms are a natural consequence of being influenced by a religion like Islam and stemming from a 1,400 year old tribal society with very limited freedom to develop beyond what the religion allows.

Classical brainwashing methods in the upbringing
Brainwashing people into believing or doing things against their own human nature — such as hating or even killing innocents they do not even know — is traditionally done by combining two things: pain and repetition. The conscious infliction of psychological and physical suffering breaks down the person’s resistance to the constantly repeated message.

Totalitarian regimes use this method to reform political dissidents. Armies in less civilized countries use it to create ruthless soldiers, and religious sects all over the world use it to fanaticize their followers.

During numerous sessions with more than a hundred Muslim clients, I found that violence and repetition of religious messages are prevalent in Muslim families.

Muslim culture simply does not have the same degree of understanding of human development as in civilized societies, and physical pain and threats are therefore often the preferred tool to raise children. This is why so many Muslim girls grow up to accept violence in their marriage, and why Muslim boys grow up to learn that violence is acceptable. And it is the main reason why nine out of ten children removed from their parents by authorities in Copenhagen are from immigrant families. The Muslim tradition of using pain and intimidation as part of disciplining children are also widely used in Muslim schools — also in the West.

Anonymous said...

3. Combined with countless repetitions of Quranic verses in Islamic schools and families, all this makes it very difficult for children to defend themselves against being indoctrinated to follow the Quran, even if it is against secular laws, logic, and the most basic understanding of compassion.

And as we know from so many psychological studies, whatever a child is strongly influenced by at that age takes an enormous personal effort to change later in life. It is no wonder that Muslims in general, in spite of Islam’s inhumane nature and obvious inability to equip its followers with humor, compassion and other attractive qualities, are stronger in their faith than any other religious group.

Four enabling psychological factors
Not only does a traditional Islamic upbringing resemble classical brainwashing methods, but also, the culture it generates cultivates four psychological characteristics that further enable and increase violent behaviour.

These four mental factors are anger, self-confidence, responsibility for oneself and intolerance.

When it comes to anger, Western societies widely agree that it is a sign of weakness. Uncontrolled explosions of this unpleasant feeling are maybe the fastest way of losing face, especially in Northern countries, and though angry people may be feared, they are never respected. In Muslim culture, anger is much more accepted, and being able to intimidate people is seen as strength and source of social status. We even see ethnic Muslim groups or countries proudly declare whole days of anger, and use expressions such as “holy anger” — a term that seems contradictory in peaceful cultures.

Anonymous said...

4. In Western societies, the ability to handle criticism constructively if it is justified, and with a shrug if it is misguided, is seen as an expression of self-confidence and authenticity. As everyone has noticed, this is not the case among Muslims. Here criticism, no matter how true, is seen as an attack on one’s honor, and it is expected that the honor is restored by using whatever means necessary to silence the opponent. Muslims almost never attempt to counter criticism with logical arguments; instead, they try to silence the criticism by pretending to be offended or by name-calling, or by threatening or even killing the messenger.

The third psychological factor concerns responsibility for oneself, and here the psychological phenomenon “locus of control” plays a major role. People raised by Western standards generally have an inner locus of control, meaning that they experience their lives as governed by inner factors, such as one’s own choices, world view, ways of handling emotions and situations, etc. Muslims are raised to experience their lives as being controlled from the outside. Everything happens “insha’ Allah” — if Allah wills — and the many religious laws, traditions and powerful male authorities leave little room for individual responsibility. This is the cause for the embarrassing and world-famous Muslim victim mentality, where everybody else is blamed and to be punished for the Muslims’ own self-created situation.

Finally, the fourth psychological factor making Muslims vulnerable to the violent message in the Quran concerns tolerance. While Western societies in general define a good person as being open and tolerant, Muslims are told that they are superior to non-Muslims, destined to dominate non-Muslims, and that they must distance themselves socially and emotionally from non-Muslims. The many hateful and dehumanising verses in the Quran and the Hadiths against non-Muslims closely resemble the psychological propaganda that leaders use against their own people in order to prepare them mentally for fighting and killing the enemy. Killing another person is easier if you hate him and do not perceive him as fully human.

Anonymous said...

5. Why Islam creates monsters
The cultural and psychological cocktail of anger, low self-esteem, victim mentality, a willingness to be blindly guided by outer authorities, and an aggressive and discriminatory view toward non-Muslims, forced upon Muslims through pain, intimidation and mind-numbing repetitions of the Quran’s almost countless verses promoting hate and violence against non-Muslims, is the reason why Islam creates monsters.

The psychological problem within Islam
The problem with Islam and Muslim culture is that there are so many psychological factors pushing its followers towards a violent attitude against non-Muslims that a general violent clash is — at least from a psychological perspective — inevitable. With such strong pressure and such strong emotions within such a large group of people — all pitched against us — we are facing the perfect storm, and I see no possibilities of turning it around. For people to change, they have to want it, to be allowed to change, and to be able to change — and only a tiny minority of Muslims have such lucky conditions.

Far too many people underestimate the power of psychology embedded in religion and culture. As we have already seen, no army of social workers, generous welfare states, sweet-talking politicians, politically correct journalists or democracy-promoting soldiers can stop these enormous forces. Sensible laws on immigration and Islamisation in our own countries can limit the amount of suffering, but based on my education and professional experience as a psychologist for Muslims, I estimate that we will not be able to deflect or avoid this many-sided, aggressive movement against our culture.

I do believe that we, as a democratic and educated society can become focused and organised concerning the preservation of our values and constitutions, can win this ongoing conflict started by the often inbred followers of sharia. The big question is how much of our dignity, our civil rights, and our blood, money and tears will we lose in the process.

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Cockroach said...

"I am surprised at the lack of media coverage"

ABC, NBC , CBS, FOX, Washington Post, NY Times, NY Daily News, The Atlantic, USA Today, Huffington Post... many with multiple stories. Who hasn't covered it? Jihad Watch?

Once the video was seen, the two were arrested for murder...there's no mystery, no "I wonder" investigation. No waiting while letting the accused issue "denials". It's clear cut. It's a tragic story but there is little doubt justice will be done. Many of the "protests" in recent past are because the "protestors" felt attention needed to be brought to it (some rightfully, some not). Rogue cops arrested for murder- the law seems to be handling it correctly. The media is covering it.

Anonymous said...

The cultural and psychological cocktail of anger, low self-esteem, victim mentality, a willingness to be blindly guided by outer authorities, and an aggressive and discriminatory view toward non-Muslims, forced upon Muslims through pain, intimidation and mind-numbing repetitions of the Quran’s almost countless verses promoting hate and violence against non-Muslims, is the reason why Islam creates monsters.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Cockroach said...
"I am surprised at the lack of media coverage"

ABC, NBC , CBS, FOX, Washington Post, NY Times, NY Daily News, The Atlantic, USA Today, Huffington Post... many with multiple stories. Who hasn't covered it? Jihad Watch?


Statement Analysis Blog said...

Observer: The statistic I am familiar with is 3% and 95% balance with 2nd generation rapists. I do not know of anything with 3rd generation.

K and others: I have the statements of Dr. Carson, as well as the context, and it, with reliable denial lesson, is coming soon. It is actually part of a larger article. Perhaps Tuesday depending upon my schedule. I have a few pressing analysis duties awaiting as well as the editing of the book on Hailey.

Larger Anonymous: we have this article --as to commenting on it, I cover some of this in interviewing --particularly the psychological points, but this has much to do with both Domestic Violence and supremacy.

anonymous 6:09, I saw the shot taken; no need for emphasis.


Anonymous said...

Sus, I've always believed it was Burke Ramsey who killed JonBenet, but not out of jealousy, hate or perversion. I think the sexual abuse was getting worse (her bladder infections and bedwetting both becoming more frequent), and he wanted to put her out of that misery and what years of that would turn her into for her own survival.

Their remaining child between them (John's older ones are with his first wife) is the only thing that could possibly be enough to keep their silence, especially if they believed he didn't do it out of evil.

If not protecting Burke from the world as much as the law she would have cleared her conscience when she knew she was near her own end.

That, and an adult wouldn't need a garotte on a 6-year-old's neck, but Burke may have needed the traction and the slight distance from his own hands especially if he loved her and felt he couldn't protect her on earth like he felt a big brother should.

elf said...

Put her out of her misery? Burke was a little kid. Little kids don't think like that. And an adult wouldn't need a garotte but if it was a sexual killing, the garotte would have been part of that aspect.
Personally, I think John Ramsey accidentallykilled Jon Bennett, he was the one up after everyone else was in bed, in the shower when pasty woke up, and all the rest was staged.

Sus said...

I can't figure out if John Ramsey is talking about himself or Burke, but I do think he's talking about one of them. Maybe inadvertently, maybe with purpose.

I'm fascinated by the fact that John thinks JonBenet's murder will be solved by someone becoming "angry or bitter." He's written several books and given numerous seminars on exactly that...not letting anger and bitterness take over his life. Is this possibly a subconscious reminder to himself of what could happen if he lets anger or bitterness rule him?

Or is it a more overt warning to Burke? I do believe Burke is "someone who knows something". He has to. And he may someday tell.

A third possibility is that John Ramsey has been working at making Burke angry or bitter so he will tell. And by tell, I mean the story John has been feeding him since Patsy died. Most of that latest Barbara Walters interview was how the Ramseys shielded Burke from the accusations toward him. I could really see John manipulating it like this.

klv said...

I don't get it. We don't tolerate Right-to-Life clinic bombers or Santeria revengers. Secular law beats religious law ten out of ten times. Neonazis are seen for what they are-- though it took laws to get there.

Klansmen are legally entitled to parade but not entitled anymore to lynch or rape.

The children of the parental hatemongers learn to adjust their values once greater society deems their parent's values as wrong. Maybe it takes a third generation to become 100% removed, but still-- secular laws are in place from the get-go. Violence is violence, no gray area.

I'm the least bigoted or prejudiced person you'll ever meet, but I struggle to understand why Muslim violence is tolerated simply for the sake of political correctness. It seems so shortsighted! Better to stand firm with the countries secular laws now, and reap the benefits of 2nd generation assimilation and melting pot enrichment a few years down the road.

klv said...

I don't get it. We don't tolerate Right-to-Life clinic bombers or Santeria revengers. Secular law beats religious law ten out of ten times. Neonazis are seen for what they are-- though it took laws to get there.

Klansmen are legally entitled to parade but not entitled anymore to lynch or rape.

The children of the parental hatemongers learn to adjust their values once greater society deems their parent's values as wrong. Maybe it takes a third generation to become 100% removed, but still-- secular laws are in place from the get-go. Violence is violence, no gray area.

I'm the least bigoted or prejudiced person you'll ever meet, but I struggle to understand why Muslim violence is tolerated simply for the sake of political correctness. It seems so shortsighted! Better to stand firm with the countries secular laws now, and reap the benefits of 2nd generation assimilation and melting pot enrichment a few years down the road.

Anonymous said...

Supposedly (it was reported as fact by all local media, but John obviously had a lot of influence and control over all coverage of the case), there was no evidence of related, recent sexual assault.

But the frequent bladder infections, bedwetting and other warning signs were there long before that night, and who knows just how badly messed up was life behind the Ramseys' closed doors.

Also, any severe physical abuse and living in constant fear can really mess up a child's thought processes, not to mention aging him or her a few decades early.

Anonymous said...

Sus, do you mean that you think John wants to put it all on Patsy, especially that ludicrous fake ransom note, now that she can't retaliate or clean out his fortune?

Do you think he possibly blames her obsession with JonBenet's beauty and pageants for messing up Burke or even himself, leading to JonBenet's murder?

What the heck is it with this place, always making me think, and rethink, and learn and research, especially subjects, cases, theories, viewpoints I'd likely have never found or learned otherwise, and then think some more?

Sus said...

I do think John would like to put it all on Patsy. I think he has always wanted to. They had separate attorneys. Patsy had something over John, something that John counts on Burke not knowing or not remembering.

elf said...

No outcry from the public because the little boy is Caucasian. The article on fix news about it this morning says the father is doing better but still doesn't know his son was murdered :(

Statement Analysis Blog said...


when someone posts a list of all the media outlets that covered it, they miss the point of my question.

Where, in the coverage, was the story found?

Has it been headlined? Or, has it been buried down below?

That it involves police, given the extreme high level of negativity expressed towards police, starting with obama, has there been more?

Where is the outcry?

where is the politician?

why is the president?


It is a multi layered story and it did not create the news coverage, I believe, due to racism, not "no mystery" element. Had these races been reversed, it would have been front and center.


Anonymous said...

"Where, in the coverage, was the story found?

Has it been headlined? Or, has it been buried down below?"

(continued :^D)

How many on that laundry list are the same copy-pasted AP article (albeit with varying levels of proofreading effort), and how many actually researched and wrote an original with fresh perspective?

Of those who actually wrote their articles:

What is the depth of coverage, as well as the accuracy?

Did the writer check the facts and cite sources?

Does it have an actual byline? (not the generic "staff" normally used for briefs and filler copy)

As with everything important in life, always quality over quantity.

elf said...

I didn't want to speculate on the race of the officers, sometimes I try to be pc lol what I read this morning on Fox news (I made a typo earlier) was the fourth or fifth article down. I do find it ironic that there's no protest or riots for the poor little boy but I'm not surprised. Thanks to the government and all those protesters with the black lives matter movement white people are expendable now. Even when the victim of murder is a sweet little Caucasian boy who lived in his own little world...

Anonymous said...

This is spot on, Peter!

Nadine Lumley said...

Is this whole page supposed to be a parody?

Pls do S/A on some pages of the Quran.