06 March, 2006


It is time to call a spade a spade.

Some if not a majority of Muslims seem to fit the category of racists.

1. They claim that their religion is superior, and should be the (shia) law of the world.
2. They have the position that they can lie to anyone else, and that is approved by their religion.
3. They can kill anyone else.
4. Any other religion is not allowed, and they can kill those who worship otherwise any time.
5. Anyone who even thinks about changing their religion can be killed.

It is time to treat these people the same way as others have been painted as hate criminals.

Enough is enough. No more PC. No more coddiling of these people. Time for the moderate Muslims to come out and declare themselves.


Blogger Timmah420 said...

Excuse me for bursting your bubble here, but exactly what is the incentive for moderate muslims to speak out these days?

Hope that america will recognize their country is moderate and "liberate" it like Iraq?

Or being discovered by the extremeists and killed for attempting to take a more sensible stance than them?

So many great reasons...

Blogger Chief RZ said...

To tell The Truth. To discriminate, or set themselves apart from killers, murderers, suicide bombers, racists.

What country is "their country"?

Like Christians, they may, and I say may be persecuted for a time by those who would enslave them, but that is a choice they will have to decide, and live with.

A good idea would be for the FBI to infiltrate this group the same way it did to the KKK in the 1960s. Same story, different group, same label: Racists.

Blogger Brooke said...

If there are moderate Muslims, their silence is deafening.

If their religion is so important to them, you'd think they'd be the first in line to defend it from murderers and terrorists.

If you aren't, then shut up and take your Mohammed cartoon like a man.

Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

great insight chief...keep up the good fight!

Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

not sure if mah comment went thru...high five Chief!

Anonymous Doug said...


See my comments on the bombing of the Golden Moaque on my site. I couldn't agree more!

Blogger Chief RZ said...

Thanks, I'm on my way there now.

Blogger Timmah420 said...

The comments you make about "moderate muslims" betray your disconnection from the reality of the situation.

Blogger Chief RZ said...

timmah, If you are a Muslim, or have some close information, how about sharing it with us. People need to declair where they stand, or they will be bunched with the worst. Example in case in the Christian world recently. Two examples: One, the Episcopal Church. Some have divorced themselves from the general group because of the liberal interpretation of the Bible. They took a stand. Our denomination did the same in the mid 80s on the inerrancy of the Bible. We grew stronger from that discrimination.

Blogger he who is known as sefton said...

For my part, I wish you had appended your "Sistani" comment on the post that deals far more directly with Islam. Here I mean the post with the u.r.l

http://hewhoisknownassefton.blogspot.com/2006/02/watch-this-space-more-to-come.html .

Another way to reach that post of mine is by clicking on the above hyperlink, and then by clicking on the hyperlink for the March 2006 posts. With a succeeding click on the "watch this space, more to come" hyperlink, one finally gets to that post.

oh, yeah, visitors to this blog, who'd like to find that comment by the Chief, need click on the above hyperlink, and then look for "gay and other absurd notions" in the April 2006 section of my blog.

Anyway, after some thought, I decided to respond with a couple and, I think, very reasonable conjectures about the founder of Islam, namely, Mohamed himself.

First off, he was a merchant at a time, when his Arabia homeland was inhabited by people of various persuasions. As I remember this or that P.B.S special, he had as neighbors: native Arab polytheists, Arab Christians, Arab Jews, and even some Zorastrians.

As a traveling merchant, he had occasion to deal with members of those various persuasions. Being a schrewd man, he knew a few things about dealing with members of various persuasions. For one thing, he knew how easily he could spoil any profitable deal by insulting the other party involved.

So, I profoundly doubt he would've ever told the other party that their religion was full of crap.

Stretching the point just a big, I also doubt he would've told, to his face at any rate, any homosexual that he was a blemish on the ass of creation.

That's the thing about those who earn their living by making deals with others, who also make their living by making deals with others. Where money is involved, nothing but money, and money and only money is involved.

While I'm here, I might as well offer this little tidbit about Mohamed. As I remember a certain P.B.S special, after a long vicious fight, the Prophet Mohamed finally defeated his enemies with the capture of Mecca.

Back in those days, conquerors were expected to put the inhabitants of enemy cities to the sword. Instead, he ordered his followers to smash the idols that were so dear to Arab polytheists.

As I understand it, about the only item left to the polytheists was, I think, a meteor. I surmise that the Prophet reckoned that having the idols smashed would help his cause. Pulverizing that whatever it is might've been taking things a tad too far.

After all, there were other towns in Arabia, which were inhabited by followers of traditional polytheism.

Funniest thing, there was no mention on that particular P.B.S episode about what fate Mohamed had ordered for Mecca's churches and synagogues.

I'm told that, in the Koran, the Prophet urges the Faithful to have good relations with both Christians and Jews. One thing's for sure, demolishing Mecca's churches and synagogues would've put a crimp in any attempt by the Faithful to establish those good relations.

And just for the heck of it, lemme throw in this little tidbit. Just as Mohamed was an astute leader, so was the late Doctor Reverend Martin Luther King jr. As one was nobody's fool, the same goes for the other.

.he who is known as sefton

Blogger Chief RZ said...

Thanks for the vernacular translation and interpretation of the current Muslim belief(s) from a westerner's point of view. Some, like Salman might be a bit worried about repurcusions.
Again, the homosexual community basically are activists.
They are afraid to develope a normal realationship with members of the opposite sex.
Those who harbour or do not set themselves apart from terrorists virtually embrace terrorists. Many of them are muslim, unfortunatley. Those who hold this religion to be superior and simultaneously become involved with killing other people are racist. Those same people who deny others the right to choose for themselves what they want to believe are also in the same category.


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