Days of Change

Bad People are Bad | July 25, 2014

One of the reasons I supported the War on Terror even after the public lost interest is because it was truly a just war. Moral relativism is too often conflated with cultural reasoning. In a historical sense, we should understand why different cultures do what they do, but it is not necessary to deem all traditions and practices equally valid. Too much of the Middle East is run by bad people and their populations have shown a willingness to follow those bad people or similar bad people when leaders are replaced.

Those who warn us not to condemn Islam are missing the point. It’s possible to pick and choose parts of the Koran to put together a peaceful religion, but the vast majority of Muslims have not chosen to do so. While there may be religious leaders (many of the Imams are advocates of evil) who are supposed to guide the religion, most of the Muslim world reside in countries run by Muslims who use the religion to advance their goals. This is what I call political Islam and it is far more dangerous than any other religion on Earth for this reason.

Not only are individual countries preaching hate and intolerance, but larger organizations are trying to unite Muslim countries into huge theocratic states. One such group is ISIS, which has allegedly ordered the genital mutilation of all women of childbearing age in Mosul, Iraq using the process completely inaccurately known as female circumcision.

President Bush had been criticized multiple times after the fact for not acting on a vague note about hijackings a few months before 9/11. However, the international community barely reacted to the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan in March of 2001. The first time I heard about what the Taliban was doing to women in Afghanistan was from an episode of 7th Heaven written less than two years before 9/11. Bin Laden was in the news even before that.

The UN and groups like our own CIA love to think they can play dice with the world. Somehow, there is a formula where they can get what they want by just getting their hands a little dirty. I have heard so many times about the term “our son-of-a-bitch.” Here’s a formula. Bad people are bad and they will do bad things. They will do those bad things to you and everyone else. Maybe we should consider getting rid of all the sons of bitches, whomever they belong to. It will save money on hand soap in the long run.

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3 Comments

  1. I have long contended that Islam is not a religion but a political system based on Sharia “law.” We are in the early stages of the battle for civilization. Given America’s failed educational system and adherence to moral relativism (aka political correctness), we’re primed to lose to the forces of primitivism vaunted and acted out by Muslims.

    Remember the Yangs vs. the Cooms? Change the names of the two sides to Civilization vs. Savegery, and this is it, in spades. My phaser is no set on stun.

    Comment by Mary — July 26, 2014 @ 12:53 am

  2. Ah, Star Trek, back when Americans and Indians were on the same side. I am particularly annoyed with these Israel / Nazi comparisons. Besides the obvious, Iran and the Nazis were on the same side in the war. Iranian and Aryan have the same root words.

    Bad people are bad.

    Comment by 1539days — July 26, 2014 @ 1:10 am

    • Bad people are bad.

      Simple, but profound.

      Comparing Israel to Nazi ia intended as the worst of insults.

      Comment by Mary — July 26, 2014 @ 9:08 pm


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