Sunday, February 8, 2009

Murderous Muslims, Catholic Extermination Camps, and Common Sense

Chauvinists on both, or all, sides of the War on Terror are doing Islam, Western civilization, and Christianity, no favors.

Epithets like "towel head" and "dog" reduce discussion of the current global conflict to name-calling. This is nothing new. In my youth, it was terms like "commie" and "capitalist lackey." As a "capitalist lackey," I'm rather glad that the "plutocratic oppressors" weren't replaced with collectives, and that Russia is in the process of sorting itself out.

During the Cold War, I could be amused by the 'capitalist running-dog militaristic aggressor' speeches in the United Nations. The daft, simplistic, name-calling rants by some who seemed to think they were defending Freedom, America, and Decent Folks Like Us, were an embarrassment.

Today, it's 'déjà vu all over again.'

Murderous Muslims, Catholic Extermination camps, and "Self-Satisfied Ignorance"

The behavior of bin Laden and Ante Paveliç have given Islam and Christianity a rather bad name. Paul Myers and his academic colleagues have a little evidence to back up their attitude toward religion in general.

Academic freedom, American style

The point is: every group, if it's large enough, is going to have its crazies. Talking about the 2008 American presidential election, I wrote: "When elections shake the tree of liberty, quite a few loose nuts fall out."

I'd expand that to include most stressful situations.

Thanks to Al Qaeda's impassioned and, in my view, misguided, defense of Islam, many people know who Osama bin Laden is. Ante Paveliç isn't so much of a household name, at least not in America.
Catholic Concentration Camps in Croatia!
Someone going by the name of akhter left a half-dozen or so comments on this blog yesterday. Long ones. Two on one post.

This akhter knows quite a bit about Christianity. And, those murderous Catholics:
"...Surprisingly few know that Nazi extermination camps in World War II were by no means the only ones in Europe at the time. In the years 1942-1943 also in Croatia existed numerous extermination camps, run by Catholic Ustasha under their dictator Ante Paveliç, a practicing Catholic and regular visitor to the then pope. There were even concentration camps exclusively for children!..."
(February 7, 2009 - you'll have to search the comments for this gem)
I don't doubt that Paveliç was a "practicing Catholic and regular visitor to the then pope." I don't doubt that. The Kennedy's are generally billed as 'practicing Catholics.' Which is regarded as a scandal by Catholics who pay closer attention to what the Roman Catholic Church actually teaches. But that's a different topic, for a different blog.
I also don't doubt that rather disgusting things happened in Croatia, and Serbia, and other places in that part of the world.

But I don't regard Paveliç's "Catholic" concentration camps as typically Catholic, any more than I regard the 9/11 attack as typically "Islamic."

9/11, by the way, wasn't a CIA plot. According to akhter, it's America's fault. And the fault of the Jews. Specifically, Israel:
"...The reason for the appearance of these anti-Muslim attacks is linked to the active or passive support of Western powers of the invasions of two Islamic countries, Iraq and, previous to that, Afghanistan. Supposedly, this was in revenge for the murderous Muslim attacks on the USA in 2001. However, those attacks were themselves in revenge for the American support of the State of Israel and the ethnic cleansing of Arabs which that State has carried out in Palestine for nearly sixty years. Thus began the present spiral...."
(February 7, 2009 - again, you'll have to search in akhter's comment)

'Simplistic,' and Loving it

Quoting myself again (a bad habit, I'm told):
"...I've been informed, from time to time, that my views are 'simplistic.'
"If it's 'simplistic' to deviate from the assumptions of Professor Churchill, Code Pink, ANSWER, and people who are upset by the use of draftees in Bush's war on Iraq, then my approach to reality is simplistic.

"And I wouldn't have it any other way...."
(January 11, 2009)
I've corresponded with enough Muslims, and have studied what has (and hasn't) been happening enough, to believe that "Islam is a peaceful religion." At least in some cultures. And, I've known enough Christians to believe that the Ku Klux Klan and the Westboro Baptist Church (the one in Topeka, Kansas) aren't typically Christian organizations.
But, I also don't believe that the CIA blew up New York City's World Trade Center, that the Middle East imbroglio is the fault of the Jews, or that America is a racist oppressor. In fact, I am at best extremely skeptical of all 'it is the fault of the---' belief systems.

That makes me "ignorant" or "unintelligent" in the eyes of quite a few of the 'right sort' of people. But, I'm okay with that.

Does this Post Sound Familiar? There's a Reason

I just remembered: I wrote a post recently, on roughly the same subject: "Retard! Or, How Not to Make Your Point" (January 20, 2009).

Related posts:


Anonymous said...

Both the Catholics and Muslims are Satanic Cults. As a matter of fact if people weren't so ignorant, they would know that: 1.) The Catholic Church is NOT a Religious Organization but is a Political Organization; 2.) The Catholic Church violates EVERYTHING in the Bible and is not Christian at all, but a Satanic Mass-Murdering Cult steeped in Witchcraft, Satanism and materialistically disguised as being "Christian" to fool as many people as possible, usually the Bible-Illiterate people; 3.) The Vatican back in 620 A.D. set up and financed Islam, as their non-European minions of hitmen to kill off all the real Christians outside of Europe, as the Catholic Cult was killing off the real Christians inside of Europe.

Even Mohammed's wife Kadajah, her real name was Mary and was a Catholic, who aided Mohammed in monies and supplies so he could take down all the Arab Armies at Mecca and force them to the Vatican-authored, "Islam". This is another way Europe ruined the original source of civilization and the Bible, which is the Middle East, then forcefully replaced it with the Satanic Cult of Islam.

Many Muslims are ignorant too, and those who do read the entire Koran and find out what Islam really is, usually leave Islam, by sneaking out and never coming back, about 10 million per year do out of the 1.1 Billion Muslims.

The so-called "Jews" are Turkish Khazars, who have nothing to do with the real Jews of the Bible, but invented their own version of what a Jew is. Also the Ashkenazi Germans did the same. These groups are no more "Jews" as any other descendents of the same stock anywhere else in the rest of Europe and Asia. It was just another way they could commit mass-murder and get away with it, as if they were some "chosen people". Catholics and Muslims along with the fake Jews all are Satanic Cults. Also, many False Christians are out there too who don't know Jesus, His Words and The Bible, but only their little cult organization's "church" and their false teachings.

If you want to get rid of Islam, then you'll have to get rid of the non-Christian cult of Catholicism, maybe by nuking the Vatican off the map, followed by Mecca and of course D.C. All three have nothing to do with even the nation's they are located in except for exploiting, lying and murdering the people they are surrounded by.

If people knew the real truth, then they wouldn't be surprised why Muslims are exterminating Catholics. Catholics are worst than Muslims, because they give us real Bible-Literate Christians a bad name. If Catholics just came out and admitted they worship Satan and pretend to be Christian, then it would be a whole lot easier to deal with this mess.

Don't be deceived, Catholics are of the Roman Saturnic Religion of Lucifer, they worship the Sun, Saturn, Baphomet, Satan, Mammon, not The Lord God Most High.

If you want Biblical Proof that Catholics are NOT Christians, please visit this site for the proofs and facts:

Islam is another Satanic Cult, but the blame goes to the Beast itself, the Vatican. Since Catholics are steeped in man-made Satanic Doctrines, then expect everyone outside of their circles to tolerate their garbage, they have no right to complain when people in other nations round them up and shoot them.

Catholics are the arch-terrorists on Earth along with the fake Jews (Communists).

If the Muslims are killing them off, then good, maybe Catholics will learn their lesson and keep to themselves. One day their entire wealth from all the mass-murder and slavery they're into, will be siezed from them and the Vatican will be leveled.

Eventually all the other false religions such as Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Atheism, Communism & Socialism (religion of the super-rich as "gods" over all common people aka "fuedalism"), eventually all these cults will be destroyed.

Know the facts, the Muslims might be terrorists, but the Catholics are super-duper terrorists.

Brian H. Gill said...


Thank you: I can use this it two blogs.

And, considering what you believe is real, I don't blame you for hiding your identity. Gotta watch out for those Jesuit assassins, you know.

Seriously? Assuming this is not a prank comment - your views are not a very good match with the observable world.

Brian H. Gill said...

Post about the Anonymous comment:

""the Catholics are super-duper terrorists": Who Knew?"
(April 1, 2009)

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Note! Although I believe that these websites and blogs are useful resources for understanding the War on Terror, I do not necessarily agree with their opinions. 1 1 Given a recent misunderstanding of the phrase "useful resources," a clarification: I do not limit my reading to resources which support my views, or even to those which appear to be accurate. Reading opinions contrary to what I believed has been very useful at times: sometimes verifying my previous assumptions, sometimes encouraging me to change them.

Even resources which, in my opinion, are simply inaccurate are sometimes useful: these can give valuable insights into why some people or groups believe what they do.

In short, It is my opinion that some of the resources in this blogroll are neither accurate, nor unbiased. I do, however, believe that they are useful in understanding the War on Terror, the many versions of Islam, terrorism, and related topics.