Sunday, March 27, 2016
In the UK, a Muslim was knifed to death for posting a sign wishing a Happy Easter to his Christian customers.
Several major leftists newspapers refused to report that this was a religious killing by an Islamist supremacist. It is reported that Shah was a Muslim and not a former Muslim. Islam teaches the death penalty must be applied to anyone who decides to no longer be a Muslim.
As psychologist Nicolai Sennells has shown, and I have written here, the first victim of Islam is the Muslim.
These are people born into an oppressive and dark ideology that focuses upon death and sees the world divided into two: submissive and that to be conquered.
Like its founder, it is specifically sexually violent. It is a contagion that once it hits a land, it is either defeated through containment, driven out, or it takes over.
Many former Muslims cite reading the Koran for themselves, for the first time, as their reason to no longer follow it as a religion.
For those who do not fear this ideology, in the past 30 days,
Today, being Easter, we can expect more killed today, for daring to not believe in Islam.
Womens' rights groups support Islam; the most oppressive system against women ever devised.
Leftist politicians support Islam; the most oppressive and successful system squelching freedom ever devised.
It is to embrace death.
It is suicide.
How many will die today; for refusing to recant their faith in Christ?
Something for analysts and future analysts to consider:
Everyone has a 'god' in life.
For some, it takes some digging to get to, but eventually you can identify their 'principle passion' or better:
their final arbitrator of right from wrong.
For the socialist, the state is their 'god', while for others, it is self, while others live, die and serve money, but whatever it is, it is there for you to discover.
As you discover this, you will understand the language better, and see the thinking process beneath it. That is, we become like our 'god' in belief first, and on to personality, as revealed by our words.
For some, a crisis in life can awaken them to greater self awareness, while others, it is often age and reduced strength in life, to resist life's challenges, that brings out the truth.
For the analyst, seeking truth, this is fascinating, complex and worth the exploration.
It is for this reason that I find autobiographies so fascinating and often say that any life worth living is worth reading about.
Not all autobiographies are well written, but every life is a life story worth telling. Everyone has something to contribute and even in just an hour, I enjoy asking someone to "tell me about yourself" and find that I can learn from anyone, at any time, from any age or background.
Human nature is deeply complex; more than we may ever know, including throughout history in language, but the discovery is never dull nor without surprises.
To Christian readers:
Happy and safe Easter.