Monday, March 28, 2016

Dealing with Islam; and Ourselves

Easter is over and Christ has Risen. So many sins He took upon Himself. So many sinners redeemed.

His end was not.  And neither is ours. 

The sinning goes on. The Vale of Tears continues for all of us and we are currently faced with a lot of tears.

In attaining that state of Holiness, indeed of Sainthood, which we seek, slowly struggling up the steep slope, up the Mountain's rocky path, it is often a case of two steps forward and one step back.

'The Prof', JJ Ray was supping his pint and musing on the day. We are told by our 'leaders', both temporal and spiritual, to take in Refugees. Well, here are 11 to consider.

Wet, cold, bedraggled. Our hearts have to be hard to not have some sympathy. But look closer.

JJ said:  
One photo can tell a lot
It is true that the photo is very sad and makes you reflect on the distress of these people fleeing their country at the risk of their lives.
Above, a photo showing some people walking to reach the final objective, to live in a European country.
Even if this photo is making it around the world, only 1% of the people will notice the truth.
On the photo,  there are 7 men and 1 woman. Up to this point – nothing special.
But in observing a bit closer, you will notice that the woman is in bare feet, accompanied by 3 children, and of the 3, she is carrying 2.
There is the problem, none of the men are helping her, because in their culture the woman represents nothing.   
She is only good to be a slave to the men.
Do you really believe that these particular individuals could integrate  into our societies and countries and respect our customs, traditions and values????

It is a valid observation. And where are the feminists outraging? Ahh yes, they are fulminating in the UN against western men who provide and protect, albeit increasingly reluctantly, while being told to 'suck it up'. 

Our news is full still of bombings and mayhems, by similar refugees.  How far are we expected to go in redeeming ourselves and them?  Few of us wish to follow Christ onto the Cross. We all (well most of us) wish to Love our Enemy.  Or at least hope he would go away.

Instead we have all too many wishing Christ would go away.

JJ went on as we too supped our pints:
Do we need a civilizational regress to deal with militant Islam?
"At mortal batailles hadde he been fiftene,
And foughten for our feith at Tramissene"
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote that about 600 years ago in the English of his day.  Even then the enemy was Muslim.  Tramissene was a Moorish kingdom in North Africa
The modern Western world, however, is in no mood to fight for its faith, mainly because it doesn't have one, or, more precisely, it has a multiplicity of faiths, including Leftism.
And its handmaid, Feminism. Served by Atheism and Nihilism. 
But we are surely keen to fight to ensure the safety of ourselves and our families.  [are we?]  But the recent atrocities in Brussels suggest that we are losing the fight.  Any of us could get struck down at any time by Islamic hate.
And the reason we are losing is clear.  We have only recently gained peace and civility in the Western world and we want to hang on to that.   
If a group of people attack us, we no longer strike back in kind but attempt to deal with the harassment using police methods only.  We have reached the highest level of civilization the world has ever seen and we don't want to depart from the high levels of civility and tolerance that go with that.
But from the Vikings to Nazi Germany to the Bosnian Serbs our ancestors and relatives have been just as bloodthirsty as ISIS.  Take a look at the guy below.   
He could be the grandfather of any of us, could he not?
He is Radovan Karadzic, former leader of the Bosnian Serbs who in the '90s committed atrocities just as bad as any done by ISIS.  And his Slavic genes are undoubtedly widespread in America.   
And his wobbly Christianity is familiar enough too.   
There is a lot of wobbly Christianity in America.
So there is no doubt that it would take only a small civilizational regress for us to be as merciless to the Muslims as they are to us.  And once we decided to abandon our present peaceful ways, it would take very little to squash Muslim aggression for a very long time.   
A nuclear device detonated over Raqqa or Mecca or both would probably be enough to convince Muslims to pull their heads in.  And if not, there are plenty of other Muslim cities .....   
The main reason we do not do that is that innocent, non-combatant people would die in such blasts.  But the Jihadis show absolute disregard for our innocent men, women and children so they certainly provoke tit for tat.
Our attachment to the high level of peace and civilization that we have only recently attained is strong -- as is shown by the huge amount of Muslim aggression that we have so far tolerated.   
But I think that our tolerance is not limitless so we may have to take a temporary step down to an earlier level of civilization to deal with the Muslim menace effectively. 
 Winston Churchill killed tens of thousands of German non-combatant men, women and children in his fire bombings of Dresden and Hamburg -- and the deaths in Hiroshima and Nagasaki were mostly civilian.  So the step back would be only a small one -- and hopefully very temporary.
Many forget. The Atom bombs were dropped weeks after Dresden had been relegated to the second rung. We forget the Tokyo firebombing. Indeed all the cities in Japan that were firebombed.  The Atom bombs were used after Japan had 'sucked it up'.

A small objection was muttered from the back of the bar.
A SMALL CLARIFICATION: A good Serbian friend, Rich Kozlovich, was disturbed that I was disrespecting Serbs above.  My intention was quite different.  I see Karadzic as just a normal European person in a particular situation, not unlike President Truman, who burnt hundreds of thousands of Japanese civilians to death with nuclear weapons.   
I should have mentioned that it was Muslims whom the Serbs were savaging.  And in what they did to the Muslims they were only doing what Muslims had in the past done to them.  What the Muslims did in the past can, I think, be readily deduced from what they are doing in Syria right now.
The cycle goes on. Two steps that way, one the other. 

Will Western Men again come to the defence of our nations.? Will Knights arise and gird for battle? It is a question we MUST ask. It is not only a matter of spiritual faithlessness that we have operating against us, but the sorry state of our society that demeans, diminishes and dispossesses those very men we need. 

Meanwhile the enemy's men come streaming across our borders.

And the Devil sits and gloats.

Drink deep, the Darkness is coming again.



  1. I fear there will be another "crusade" of sorts. The left has a difficult time understanding that not all culture are "equal". And they will NEVER be equal with us. I am afraid it may take a lot more bombings for people to wake up to this ....unfortunately. Also perhaps we Christians have become complacent in praying for our western countries.

    1. And praying for our Brothers and Sisters in foreign lands who are made in the Image and Likeness of God, but who are deceived by satanic wickedness.


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