Islam 101 Islam in the UK Islamic terrorism



It’s not about ”interpretation”, but about implementation.

mo tunic 29.12.2011

Both are wrong. Ben, there is no such thing as ”Islamism”, there is only Islam. The duality embedded within Islam leads many to cast their attention only upon the Meccan portion of the koran, though it’s been abrogated by the later intolerant, violent portion from Medina .

Professor Bill Warner:

All of Western logic is based upon the law of contradiction—if two things contradict, then at least one of them is false. But Islamic logic is dualistic; two things can contradict each other and both are true.

No dualistic system may be measured by one answer. This is the reason that the arguments about what constitutes the “real” Islam go on and on and are never resolved. A single right answer does not exist.

NOTE: Anyone reading the koran and analyzing the mindset of Mohamed, will come to understand that the brutal beheading of Lee Rigby in Woolwich England, would have been met with glowing approval by the founder of Islam.

russel brand

Nutty British star Russell Brand took to the pages of The Suntoday to pretend that there is no relationship between radical Islam and the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby by Islamists in Woolwich. Brand tweeted within hours of the murder, “That bloke is a nut. A nut who happens to be Muslim. Blaming Muslims for this is like blaming Hitler’s moustache for the Holocaust.”

Actually, Russell, it isn’t. Blaming Islamism for what happened to Lee Rigby is sort of like blaming Nazism for the Holocaust. In other words, it’s accurate. But Brand believes that only the insane take murderous action. “In spite of his dispassionate intoning the subject is not rational,” licensed psychiatrist Brand wrote in The Sun. “Of course he’s not rational, he’s just murdered a stranger in the street, he says, because of a book. In my view that man’s severely mentally ill and has found a convenient conduit for his insanity – in this case the Koran.”

Brand actually compared the Islamist murderers to John Lennon’s murderer, Mark Chapman, who said he was inspired by The Catcher in the Rye. Neither book, said Brand, could be linked with murder. “I’ve read that book and I’ve read some of the Koran, and nothing in either of them has compelled me to do violence,” wrote Brand.

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6 Responses

  1. Russell Brand is a nutty, faggoty, effeminate “metrosexual” self-obsessed bullshitting neurotic, having exchanged his obsessive-compulsive smack addiction with the equally compulsive neuroticism of dispersing quick-fire, serialized “opinions” on just about any subject he has no genuine grasp of, in order to fill the existential void of his own insignificance. As is to be expected from celebrities: self-importance rules all !

  2. I have to admit that Russell Brand can be hilariously funny at times, but he is also an over-sexed, arrogant ignoramus and with his current lifestyle is on a one-way express ride to oblivion.
    He is clueless about most moral issues so it is no surprise that this lanky, unkempt narcissist has come out with bullshit like this.
    If the Muslims ever do take over the West, whilst I’m suffering from the misery of living under Sharia, it gives me great satisfaction knowing that jerk-offs like Brand will be suffering it too, only difference being that ‘useful idiots’ like him will have the smug grins wiped off their faces as they are horse-whipped and then anally raped by three unwashed bearded mullahs. Let’s see then how quickly he fires off the jokes!

  3. ““I’ve read that book and I’ve read some of the Koran, and nothing in either of them has compelled me to do violence,” wrote Brand.”

    What an absurd comment – it says absolutely nothing other than 99% of people are sane enough not to emulate what they see on TV or read in books.

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