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Gab@StFerdinandIII - Plenty of cults exist - every cult has its 'religious dogma', its idols, its 'prophets', its 'science', its 'proof' and its intolerant liturgy of demands.  Cults everywhere:  Islam, the State, the cult of Gay and Queer, Marxism, Darwin and Evolution, 'Science', Globaloneywarming, Changing Climate, Abortion....a nice variety for the human-hater, amoral, anti-rationalist to choose from.  It is so much fun mocking them isn't it ?

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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Muslim attacks on Russia – but the Russians are to blame ?

Join reality perhaps.

by StFerdIII




The jihad returns to Russia. Attacks in St. Petersburgh in December and in Moscow and Dagestan in March illustrate the never-ending nature of Muslim aggression. It is timeless, endless, and will use any excuse to manifest itself. It proves yet again that Islam is not a faith, any more than any other intolerant fascism has been a faith. It is simply an ideology of violence and war. Yet of course, the really smart people will intone that perhaps the Russian 'occupation' of Chechnya is to blame. Please. Russian expansion has been a blessing for central Asia, and one of the main reasons why Islam is dormant in places like Tartarstan or the Central Asian republics.

The central fact of these recent attacks in Russia is the permanent nature of Islamic jihad. Since the days of the Golden Horde occupation of Russian territory, various Muslim groups have attempted to either dominate or roll-back what is viewed in the Islamic world as Russian-Christian imperialism. Muslims believe that conquered territory is forever Islamic territory. This holds true for Russia. Once dominated for 300 years by the Islamic Horde, most of Russia is free of Islamic rule. Yet this is not enough for the Islamic jihadists. Russia must be recommitted to the Islamic state.

Tartarstan is a Muslim republic within Russia, sitting astride the rich oil fields and trading lanes of the Volga river. Dagestan is Muslim dominated and a lot poorer than Tartarstan yet thanks to Russian investment, culture, and education, much better off than Muslims in proximate Islamic states. Domestic Russian terrorism has no antecedents in poverty. Nor in Russian imperialist oppression. There are some 35 million Muslims in Russia, who openly worship at over 8.000 mosques. There is no discrimination against Islam within Russia. With the collapse of Communism, the separation of church and state in Russia is as complete as anywhere in the West. People are free to choose a faith, or cult, of their choice.

The war in Chechnya is often blamed for Islamic terrorism within Russia. This is also a fallacy. Chechnya has long been a place of war irregardless of 'faith'. As many Christians and non-Muslims have been killed in Chechnya as Islamic devotees. The cry that Russians are attacking only Muslims is a lie. Russians have butchered many Russian citizens in Grozny for example, in past wars in Chechnya. There have been many 'deals' between Russian and Muslim leaders and alliances between Russian and Muslim groups have been fluid and complex. Simply put, the war in Chechnya is not about Islam, but about the Chechen belief in self-determination and the expulsion of Russian influence.

In this vein, Muslims will use any excuse to further the aims of the moon cult. So if Muslims blow up innocents in Moscow that is okay, because Russians did bad things in Chechnya. This argument makes little sense and can't be defended. In the case of the recent attacks the following is pretty clear:

  1. Some Muslims desire to clear the Dhimmi from Chechnya, which will include the liquidation of non-Muslims.

  2. It is a part of the general program of radicalized Islam, which is waging war against the infidel across the world.

  3. Some [or many ?] Islamic elements have no interest in integrating itself with the modern world, or non-Islamic areas.

The above are pretty obvious when you view the sweep of Russian history. The only reason that Tartarstan is peaceful is because it is a semi-autonomous republic run by a family clan for the benefit of that family and its tribe. Both the clan and family are fabulously rich. There is no need therefore to wage jihad, if the Muslim leadership is affluent, fat, happy and living in rich ornate palaces spread along the Volga. Muslim corruption in other words is useful to keep Tartarstan quiescent.

Less so is Chechnya and Dagestan. Both are poorer than Tartarstan for obvious reasons. In Chechnya there is the endless 300 year war waged by 'nationalists' against Russian expansion. Islamic intolerance only fuels this drive for self-determination. In both regions corruption and Islamic mis-rule has resulted in a mis-allocation of wealth and resources and far fewer plundered resources for the leadership to share with the mass. Islamic revivalism is thus an easier sell.

For every harping Marxist who blames Russia for Islamic terror here is a factoid. Russian 'imperialism' has been good for the Volga region and the Caucasus. It brought civilization. It is the moon-cult which rejects modernity. Blaming Russia for this, is akin to blaming AmerIndian alcoholism on the white-man's rule. It is lunacy. As I wrote a while ago about Russia and Islam:

The most important event in Russian history was of course the Mongol occupation lasting almost 300 years from the 13th to the 15th centuries. The Mongols effectively blocked off Russia from Western influence and forced the Russians to orient themselves eastwards. The cultural-political implications of this are still felt today.

Strong man rule [to free the Russians from the Mongol influence] informs Russian military and political history. Examples include Alexander Nevsky who saved Novgorod and Moscovy from the Teutonic Knights in the 1240s; Ivan the III who expanded the Russian state in the 14th century to the detriment of the Mongols; and Ivan the Terrible who established the largest empire in Europe in the 15th century by attacking and destroying Muslim-Tartar power in the Volga river and beyond. These men were military-political leaders who dominated their eras and established wide ranging and deeply personal empirical rule.
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Russian imperialism until the time of the pagan-fascist Lenin was beneficial. It established a Christian state in the heart of Asia. It reformed pagan, pre-modern and decidedly vicious states, satrapies, and anti-modern regimes. Education, trade, transport and industry were improved. The bonds across 7 time zones were solidified with engineering marvels including the world’s longest railway. Culture and society improved. Even today the Islamic former Soviet republics in central Asia covet Russian education, language and culture. It was a marked improvement on the pre-Russian era.” http://www.craigread.com/displayArticle.aspx?contentID=608&subgroupID=13

All true. If Islam rejects the benefices of the modern world, than its ideology is to blame. Dark theories about Muslim's having the 'right' to blow up people in distant Moscow, allegedly in support of a war in Chechnya is intellectual vomit. If Muslims are so concerned about their 'rights' in Chechnya, or wish to fight the Russian infidel in Chechnya, than obviously they should be waging jihad in Chechnya, not in the urban heartland of the Christian oppressor's empire liquidating innocents. It is rather insipid to blame Russians for the Islamic lack of tolerance, and its inability to co-exist with others. And even if the Russian's left Chechnya which they shouldn't and can't, Muslims would find other excuses to wage jihad in centers far from from Islamic mis-rule and ignorance.

This is the 'path' of Islamic Jihad. It is endless and timeless.  Any excuse to commit murder and destruction is offered and believed. In Russia, 1000 years of Muslim war on the 'other' proves these obvious facts, notwithstanding Islamophile arguments to the contrary.

 


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