April 18, 2017 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - Those on the right, who believe that the theory holding that Muslims only pose a societal threat after having become “radicalized” - through some obscure process - is self-negating, can add another piece of evidence buttressing the belief that the problem isn’t “radical” Islam, it’s the ideology itself as normatively practiced.
For years now our ears have been assaulted by the constant repetition, from a handful of Western Muslims [Mohammed Zuhdi Jasser, Asra Nomani, Maajid Nawaz and other Scalawags] that they have essentially invented a new interpretation of Allah’s sacred book, the Qur’an, that is entirely compatible with our way of life. These fakirs should immediately be suspect upon the understanding that absent their “rubber chicken rap” they would become entirely, and very obviously irrelevant.
We regard such claims as being specious on their face, the reasoning being, if this revisionism is true, why do so many of these “peaceful” Muslims remain intent upon elevating the Shari’a above the corpus of Western law even when personally and greatly benefiting from the modern Western experience, some even from high political office?
There is no quantitative difference between conquest by violence and domination via Islamic subversion, at best one is forced into dhimmitude and confronted with paying the jizya, rather than the sword.
As recently published in the UK Daily Mail:
“A politician has controversially voiced her backing for Sharia Law being introduced in Europe, calling it 'absolutely compatible' with current legislation. The State Secretary for the Berlin Government, Sawsan Chebli, defended Islamic law saying it can exist alongside Germany's Basic Law because it 'largely regulates the relationship between God and man'." [source, Chris Summers, Muslim State Secretary for Berlin voices her backing for Sharia law in Europe, saying it is 'absolute compatible' with German legislation]
Though the statement rises to the level of farcical [imagine the incongruence of a Muslima claiming that hijab is “a religious duty,” and then not wearing one] the idea that German Basic Law regulates relationships between the Almighty and Man is preposterous.
Unfortunately, people with outlooks similar to that of Chebli carry great sway across the Continent.
Can we see a show of hands by readers who believe that the Saudis could impose German law on the kingdom and no one would notice?
Though Euro-Muslims constitute a relative super-minority [3-4%] their effect has been almost unbelievable, far out of proportion to their numbers. One need only read breaking news out of Sweden [Google “Sweden” and “rape”] to understand the potent nature of a completely intolerant, dangerous belief system thrust into a docile humanistic society shackled with the chains of multicultural foolishness.
Islam is structurally triumphal, bellicose and non-accommodative and the tenacity with which its disciples cleave to it [once having immigrated] while enjoying the benefit of being able to pretend the opposite traces the outlines of the Muslim Trojan Horse.
Illustrative that the logic of this dualistic interpretation is self-contradictory, European Muslim immigrants are very public about their refusal to integrate. They reject learning the native language, block large stretches of city streets engaged in a hostile display of “prayer” on Fridays as well as demanding Shari’a courts within the confines of their self-segregated ghettos, which have become [hundreds] of no-go zones to law enforcement and state security personnel.
The principle behind the power of Islamic sacramental intransigence has recently [and brilliantly] been explored by [the Lebanese born Christian] philosopher/polymath Nassim Nicholas Taleb, in his books, The Black Swan , Antifragile, Things that Gain from Disorder , as well as essays appearing on his website:
“The best example I know that gives insights into the functioning of a complex system is with the following situation. It suffices for an intransigent minority - a certain type of intransigent minorities - to reach a minutely small level, say three or four percent of the total population, for the entire population to have to submit to their preferences… So all Islam did was out-stubborn Christianity…” [source, Nassim Nicholas Taleb The Most Intolerant Wins: The Dictatorship of the Small Minority , Incerto]
We are also in a way looking at “critical mass” theory, in which nothing much of interest happens until there is a sufficient amount of “x” at which point mushroom clouds and other nasty effects appear as if by magic. This aspect plays directly back into Taleb’s “Black Swan” effect where the unanticipated major excursion from prediction blows everything up.
Regarding the “Westernized” “secular” Muslim, Ms. Chebli’s attitude and declaration [jabbering apologetics on steroids] that Islamic law [the Shari’a] and Western modalities can be best buddies, displays some of Islam’s innate passive aggressiveness, in the sense that entertainment writer Hilary De Vries has used the phrase, “the donning of a mask of amiability that conceals raw antagonism toward one's competitors, even one's friends.”
If we look towards the world of physics we note the concept of scale invariance where some interactions produce far greater effect than one would expect looking at the component elements. In Chebli’s case, she gets her Shari’a cake and gets to eat it while proclaiming at some future date that she was “shocked” by the cumulative effect of the process.
People, especially politicians operating at the level of Chebli should be viewed with alarm in that they skillfully play into the false multicultural Marxist narrative that so threatens the West. Shari’a and the West are, and will remain incompatible, the underlying theories, assumptions as well as practices, being forever at war.
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