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Archive for the category “Stereotyping”

Sacrificing Our Daughters: On the Psychology of Islamic Rape-Gangs (A Video by David Wood)

In Great Britain, young white girls are being drugged, gang-raped, and tortured by Muslim men. These brutal attacks are occurring so frequently and in so many cities, it would be positively irrational not to look for a connection. So, why are Muslim rape-gangs targeting young British girls and treating them as if they’re worthless? Perhaps the answers are in the Qur’an.

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Sacrificing Our Daughters: On the Psychology of Islamic Rape-Gangs

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Peace…

I am here to challenge your comfortable and familiar perceptions and paradigms — to help awaken you — to make you think.” — AAJG

Where are all the “Peaceful” American muslims Now?

Don’t be naive. Silence IS consent. Silence IS approval. Silence IS passive complicity. (And so is tepid, staged “disapproval” by a few muslims who are skilled in the art of deception and political double-talk.) The silence from the hundreds of millions of mythical “peaceful” muslims in America and around the world who are “fed up” with the so-called “radical islamists” giving them (and their religion) a bad name… is deafening! Don’t ignore that. It means something!

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Ask yourself: Where are they? Where are the angry crowds of mythical “peaceful” muslims protesting the bombing of innocent people at a sporting event and the dirtying of their religion’s reputation (again) by the so-called “extremists” that supposedly “don’t represent islam.” Surely they care about their god’s, their “holy” prophet’s, and their religion’s reputations in the world. Surely they want the world to know that these “extremists” don’t represent them or their religion. Surely they are angry at the killing of innocents in the name of their religion and are anxious (en masse) to show this to the world. Where are they? There are many of them on television constantly admonishing shocked and angry American citizens not to be critical of islam (including our president), but where are all the millions who are angry as hell at the terrorist bombers themselves?! Where are they?! Where are all the prominent islamic leaders who don’t want the name of their religion to be dirtied or misrepresented to the world by “a few extremist” thugs? Where are they?! (Crickets…)

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Remember: No matter what anyone tells you, not all religions are the same, and it IS okay to say so. Some ARE worse than others. Some ARE more violent than others. Some ARE more dangerous than others. Some ARE more bigoted, hateful, and oppressive than others. All religions are bad for human society in one way or another, but islam is BY FAR the most brutal, backward, dangerous, oppressive, controlling, freedom-killing, mind-controlling, woman-hating, gay-hating, terror-inducing belief system on this planet — and it IS okay to say so.

YES.  IT.  IS.

Don’t be intimidated into silence, and don’t let the argument get turned around so that you appear to be the “bad guy” in the debate. Speaking out against islam is NOT racist (as they will try to label you), because islam is a RELIGION — not a race. It is NOT wrong to speak out against islam (the belief system) — the brutal, oppressive things that islam does to whole demographic groups of innocent human beings around the world are wrong. It is NOT insensitive to speak out against islam (the belief system) — the brutal, oppressive things that islam does to whole demographic groups of innocent human beings around the world are insensitive. It is NOT intolerant to speak out against islam (the belief system) — the brutal, oppressive things that islam does to whole demographic groups of innocent human beings around the world are intolerant. Speaking out against these things — against tyranny (such as that which islam represents) and fighting for freedom and truth is how America was formed. Your RIGHT to free expression is part of what makes America so unique in the world. If you love freedom; if you value your American way of life; if you are against hate, misogyny, oppression, bigotry, brutality, and societal enslavement (anywhere in the world) then it is your DUTY to speak out boldly and to be part of the fight to stop the spread of islam into America and to save that which you value—for future generations of Americans — for your own descendants.

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Use your mind and your voice. Use your right to free expression without fear and expose the truth about islam. Remember that:

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Peace…

I am here to challenge your comfortable and familiar perceptions and paradigms — to help awaken you — to make you think. — AAJG

Understanding the Islamic Bombing of the Boston Marathon (A Video)

An interesting analysis of the subtle deceptions of the so-called “Religion of Peace” and its apologists in the American media and politics. Note how the President of the United States says that it is his (he seems to personalize it) “responsibility as President of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of islam—wherever they appear.” Really, Mr. President?! Since when is that one of the responsibilities of America’s chief executive? Why must the President of the United States (in his official capacity as president) act as an official (or even quasi-official) advocate, defender, and protector of ANY religion—especially one so backward and brutal as islam? Is there no separation of church and state anymore? Is there no guarantee of free expression anymore in America—even against a brutal religion such as islam?

Note also, how he always refers to the qur’an as the “holy qur’an,” but references to the bible (which governs his professed religion of christianity) are always referred to simply as “scripture.” You know, I was a big fan of President Obama’s—until I began to examine his apparent ties/allegiance to the brutal pig religion of islam. I am becoming increasingly fed up with him—alarmed by him.

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Peace…

I am here to challenge your comfortable and familiar perceptions and paradigms — to help awaken you — to make you think.” — AAJG

The Importance of Skin “Color”

Oh, did you think there was one? Importance? Er… No. None, whatsoever. A person’s skin “color” should have nothing to do with anything, yet in our society it still seems to “matter” to far too many people. Unfortunately, there are still people who seem to judge others based on the pigmentation in their skin. A person’s skin “color” is wholly irrelevant to who they are as a human being. It should not make one more loved, or more hated — more accepted, or more rejected. It should not determine one’s fitness for a friendship or a love relationship — or to be your neighbor. It should not determine whether one is, or is not, qualified for a job, or a promotion, or an internship, or a scholarship. One’s “skin color” (I literally hate even using the term.) has no bearing on the quality or character of a human being, whatsoever. None. It does not determine who a human being is, or what they stand for, or what they can contribute to society and achieve personally. It does not determine “goodness” or “badness.” It does not make one better than, or worse than, any other human being on earth. It does not give one greater or lesser beauty, or intellect, or courage, or talent. It does not make one more or less compassionate toward others, or more or less generous, or kind, or hateful, or gentle, or violent — or honest, or dishonest. It does not determine whether or not one is dependable, or honorable, or anything else. One’s skin “color” is a completely benign — inert — superficial — unremarkable — unimportant physical characteristic. It has no effect on one’s character, or personality, or psychology, any more than eye color does. None. Skin “color” is simply a physical, visual representation of the density of certain substances (such as the pigment melanin) in skin cells. Skin pigmentation does not determine or affect one’s behavior or character — at all. It is simply our bodies’ evolutionary adaptation to varied climates and levels of UV exposure. According to Wikipedia, it “evolved to primarily regulate the amount of ultraviolet radiation penetrating the skin, controlling its biochemical effects.”

So a person’s skin “color” doesn’t (or shouldn’t) matter in any way to any us. It’s a nonexistent “problem” that society created and turned into an actual problem by grouping and labeling humanity according to only one of the trillions of attributes and characteristics that comprise each unique, individual human being — and oddly, it’s not even an important characteristic. Can you imagine if they had decided to group us together according to our eye color, or our thumb circumference, or our shoe size instead? Grouping humanity according to skin tone is no less asinine. It serves no purpose — except to governments, politicians, and industries, because it makes us easier to divide and manipulate for various (rather obvious and nefarious) purposes. Such grouping by skin tone has never served humanity’s, or the individual person’s, best interests, however.

Besides, no two so-called “white” people are the same “color,” no two so-called “brown” people are the same “color,” and no two so-called “black” people are the same “color” either.  No one can say where the “white” category ends and the “brown” category begins.  No one.  Neither can anyone determine where the “brown” category ends and the “black” category begins — and to be truthful, I have never actually seen a truly “white” or “black” human being. The truth is, that we are allpeople of color.” All of us. We are all some shade of brown. Some lighter, some darker.  Collectively, we human beings are all varying shades of the same smoothly gradient brown color palette or spectrum. We are all brown.  Humanity’s ridiculous, senseless (almost childish) habit of grouping, categorizing, and then labeling people (regardless of the intent/motive) can sometimes be extremely problematic — and irritating. And it is usually very divisive, in the end.

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Again, one’s skin “color,” or tone, or shade (however one chooses to term it) says nothing about who a person is — what they are made of — what they are capable of. People (of all races, ethnicities, cultures, and nationalities) who are fixated on “skin color” as a determiner of character, or as a basis for judging others, need to enlighten themselves. They need to evolve beyond the lunacy of placing importance on unimportant physical characteristics like a person’s skin tone, and just start treating their fellow human beings as they themselves would like to be treated — “according to the content of [that person’s] character” (in the words of my personal hero, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.).  That alone, would solve a great number of our society’s problems.

When I served in the U.S. military, we literally never referred to one another’s skin color. To erase that potential mental divider from our minds, we said that we are all “green” (referring to the color of our camouflaged utilities, our t-shirts, our socks, our camo paint, and so many other items of our equipment back then). We referred to one another as “light green” and “dark green” Soldiers/Sailors/Airmen/Marines. It became an endearing and very unifying thing for us. I believe it helped everyone to see past our completely unimportant physical differences (that civilian society had taught us were somehow important), and view one other as equals — as brothers — as family. It was very unifying. We were all green. In that same spirit, maybe the rest of us can just be brown — “light brown” and “dark brown.” Maybe we civilians, too, can learn to overlook our unimportant differences and come to view one another as equals — as brothers and sisters — as family — as neighbors — as friends. It’s just a thought.

Finally, I  offer the following for your further consideration:

Click to enlarge. Screen capture from the Microsoft Paint application, showing the predefined, standard colors. The left and center (and rather shaky-looking) arrows point to "Brown" as they have defined it on the standard color palette. Hovering over the space indicated by the center arrow, brings up a tool-tip that says, "Brown."

Click image to enlarge. Screen capture from the Microsoft Paint application, showing the predefined, standard colors. The left and center (and rather shaky-looking) arrows point to “Brown” as they have defined it on the standard color palette. Hovering over the space indicated by the center arrow, brings up a tool-tip that says, “Brown.”

Click to enlarge. Clicking the "Edit Colors" button (as indicated by the far right arrow in the first image above), opens this dialog. Note along the right edge, there is a vertical indicator of the infinite variations (or "shades") included in the color brown—from the very light, to the very dark. Clicking and holding the small arrow pointer and sliding it up and down the smoothly gradient brown color spectrum, allows one to select which "shade" of brown to use. ALL are shades of brown, though.

Click image to enlarge. Clicking the “Edit Colors” button (as indicated by the far right arrow in the first image above), opens this dialog. Note along the right edge, there is a vertical indicator of the seemingly infinite variations (or “shades”) included in the color brown — from the very light, to the very dark. Clicking and holding the small arrow pointer and sliding it up and down the smoothly gradient brown color spectrum, allows one to select which “shade” of brown to use. ALL are shades of brown, though.

Be kind to one another.

Peace…

I am here to challenge your comfortable and familiar perceptions and paradigms — to help awaken you — to make you think.” — AAJG

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