The Moderate Muslim

24 Mar

The stranger… does not belong.

Goodbye, America (in a photo)

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Posted by on March 24, 2017 in Uncategorized


13 responses to “The Moderate Muslim

  1. Cecil Henry

    March 24, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    The moderate Muslim can do so in the Middle East, not the West.

    Its not the end of the world, its called nations, and survival

    • Will S.

      March 24, 2017 at 4:55 pm

      We are us; we have a right to be us; only we can be us; if we aren’t us we aren’t we any more…

  2. bluecat57

    March 25, 2017 at 6:25 pm

    ‘I was devastated by witnessing aftermath of a numbing terror attack’: Muslim woman who was vilified for ‘walking past Westminster bridge horror’ reveals she HAD helped the victims and was phoning her family to let them know she was safe

    By Abe Hawken and Mark Duell for MailOnline
    06:11 EDT 24 Mar 2017, updated 12:17 EDT 24 Mar 2017

    • Will S.

      March 25, 2017 at 6:36 pm

      Maybe. Or maybe that’s a defensive lie, to cover up. I don’t know, but since we’re clearly in a war of civilizations, and our enemies don’t play fair, I refuse to give her the benefit of the doubt, in the absence of actual evidence to back up her assertion. I trust my eyes more than her word; I know what I see, and I know what taqiyya, strategic dissembling to promote Islam’s aims, is.

      • bluecat57

        March 25, 2017 at 7:30 pm

        Look at the close up of her face.

      • Will S.

        March 25, 2017 at 9:13 pm

        Yes, she does look distressed. Could be from any number of causes.

      • Will S.

        March 25, 2017 at 9:27 pm

        Look at everyone else; their concern is on the victim.

        She’s the only one NOT looking at the victim.

        I choose to trust the evidence of my eyes over something written in the press after the fact.

        Others can believe otherwise, I suppose.

      • Will S.

        March 25, 2017 at 9:41 pm

        We don’t even know her name.

        How do we know the photographer isn’t make it all up, talking out his ass?

        Answer: we do not. We only have their word.

        What is the mainstream media’s word worth?


      • AndyTGD (@AndyTGD)

        March 27, 2017 at 6:45 am

        “and I know what taqiyya, strategic dissembling to promote Islam’s aims, is.”

        Alas, most westernized Muslims don’t know what taqiyya is, let alone practice it. So much of western Islam is on a par of ignorance with cultural Christianity, with neither really understanding their religion. Brother, if we are constantly paranoid and view our moderate Muslim neighbors as potential jihadis and liars how will we ever truly desire their transformation in Christ? And there’s the fact that we ought to treat others as we would want to be treated; we don’t want to be constantly viewed by people around us as closet Westboro Baptists who want the infidel to be beheaded, insisting that we really actually do want infidels to be stoned in the streets, despite our protestations to the contrary. For the love of Christ and the Gospel, we need to give moderate Muslims the benefit of the doubt and reach out to them in love. If we allow the constant war and conflict to erect barriers to evangelism, we are not doing the will of Him who sent us. Please consider this.

        Your brother in Christ,

      • Will S.

        March 27, 2017 at 8:04 am

        AndyTGD, I am capable of knowing individual Muslims and wishing them well, hoping and praying each will come to a saving knowledge of Christ, while simultaneously recognizing them as collectively Christendom’s enemies, civilizationally speaking. It is completely possible to do this. For me, anyway. I do this with respect to other groups, too; I have some friends who belong to groups whose collective identities are wrapped up in hatred for the Gospel (I have some friends who are progressives; I even have some queer friends). I am able to be friends with individuals of all different kinds, yet still hold to my views regarding the self-loathing death-cult of progressivism, the sinfulness of practicing homosexuality and wrongfulness of ‘SSM’, etc.

        We can model Christ-like-ness in our relationships with others of all different kinds, while calling for our countries to enact policies that are at variance with the desired aims of other groups.

        And here’s how we do it: we recognize that our countries are not Christian entities, existing to enact God’s will in the way that ancient Israel was and did.

        Thus, if we avoid confusion of our countries with God’s Kingdom, we can be both good citizens of our earthly, temporal kingdoms, and also citizens of God’s coming, already/not-yet, breaking-into-this-world Kingdom.

        So I can desire that the self-absorbed young woman who can’t put down her phone for a minute, unlike all the others in the picture, come to know Christ and reject both her false faith and her stupid Millennial mindlessness, on the one hand, but on the other, recognize that there ultimately is a civilizational incompatibility between those hate and would kill us, and us.

        Stop thinking America is a Christian country, existing to carry out God’s purposes in supporting Israel, etc. Start thinking of it as a mixed community, with a government that has its own, terrestrial, temporal purposes, and the Christians within as simply Christian members of that national community, then you won’t have any conflict between, say, wishing your non-Western neighbours well, yet opposing bringing more of them into our midst through increased immigration / taking in of supposed or real refugees.

  3. feeriker

    March 26, 2017 at 1:11 am

    I’ll take serious flak for saying this, but my first reaction upon hearing news of the London attack was: “YAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWNNNNNNN…. so what else is new? What the hell else did Britain expect to eventually happen after decades of letting its Loony Left *dictate its social and immigration policies?”

    Lest anyone think I’m picking on Britain here, the aborted Antwerp attack prompted the same reaction from me, as Western Europe has been just as foolish and irresponsible as Britain in terms of allowing itself to be contaminated by these lice.

    We here Los Estados Unidos have also been playing the moron, though I’ve tempered my rage against my compatriots somewhat due to the fact that a majority here elected the God Emperor to the Oval Throne in large part due to his expressed desire to nip such nonsense in the bud. Let’s hope that 1) he can push his agenda through the Deep State barrier arrayed against him and that 2) the damage already done is not so advanced that an attack like that in London is unavoidable (to the extent that any such is not a Deep State-fomented False Flag attack – which the London and Antwerp attacks may very well have also been).

    [*Britain’s “Retarded Right” hasn’t been any better in this regard]


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