Part one of this two part article is at http://ppsimmons.blogspot.com/2015/06/every-muslim-is-enemy-of-civil-society.html
Every Nazi is an enemy of the Jew. Every KKK member is an enemy of every black person. Every Muslim is an enemy of every other society.
What makes a Nazi an enemy of every Jewish person is the Nazi doctrine that Jews deserve torture and killing. What makes a KKK member an enemy of every black person is the KKK doctrine that every black person deserves disrespect, to be treated as less than human, and to be tortured and/or killed. What makes a Muslim an enemy of every non-Muslim is their doctrine that every non-Muslim deserves to be taxed, tortured, hunted and killed. The denial of any of these facts disqualifies a person from this intelligent and serious conversation.
It is absolutely ridiculous to state that a Nazi is a good person who loves Jews, that a KKK member is a good person who loves blacks or that a Muslim is a good person who loves non-Muslims. A Nazi is a good person who loves Jews if the Nazi is a good person who rejects the basic doctrine of Nazism. If he rejects the basic doctrine of Nazism, why does he remain an Nazi? A KKK member is a good person who loves blacks only if the KKK member is a good person who rejects the basic tenant of the Klan. If he rejects the fundamental teaching of the KKK, why does he remain a Klansman? A Muslim is a good person who loves non-Muslims only if the Muslim is a good person who rejects the foundational teaching of Islam that non-Muslims deserve torture and killing. If he or she does not think that non-Muslims deserve to be tortured and killed by Muslims, then why does he or she remain a Muslim?
A Nazi is not a good person if he does not kill Jews but supports Nazi's who do. The person who claims such a Nazi is a good person is lying or lacks basic logic. A KKK member is not a good person if he does not torture and kill black people but supports KKK members who do. The person who claims such a KKK member is a good person is lying or lacks basic logic. A Muslim is not a good person if he or she does not torture and kill non-Muslims but supports Muslims who do. The person who claims such a Muslim is a good person is lying or lacks basic logic.
There are a lot of ways to support someone. It can be done actively or passively. Support can be offered openly or secretively. Support can be loud and public or silent and behind-the-scenes.
I submit to you that if a person dresses like a Nazi he is a Nazi and he hates Jews. If not, why dress like a person who is known to hate Jews? Answer that question; do not just keep reading.
Why would a person dress in a white sheet and white hood as a KKK member if he did not hate black people? Answer that question before you read further.
Why would a person dress like a Muslim if he or she did not hold to the well-known teaching of Islam that calls for the torture and killing of all non-Muslims and the 1,200 year practice of doing so? Your answer?
If a Nazi was so ignorant that he did not know that the basic teachings of Nazism is hatred of Jews and upon learning that ceased to be a Nazi, that is evidence of a good person. If a Klan member was so grossly unaware of the obvious that he did not know but discovered that the fundamental teaching of the Klan is the ill-treatment and death of blacks but upon learning that fact, stopped being a Klan member, that is evidence of a good person. If a Muslim was so dim-witted about a fundamentals of his/her faith, but became educated about Islam and learned that a basic teaching of Islam is the torture and killing of non-Muslims and then ceased to be a Muslim, that is evidence of a good person.
Until then, the Nazi is a putrid person deserving of judgment and, at least, incarceration. The Klansman is a wicked person deserving of judgment and, at least, absolute rejection by members of any decent society. And, the Muslim is, by proclamation of his/her faith, the enemy of every non-Muslim. Every Muslim deserves no trust and absolute rejection by every decent person in the world. Every Muslim is your enemy.
All three sick groups of human waste should be banished from civil society. Put them all on a large island and let them kill one another. That is wisdom and that is justice.
How uneducated and/or naive does a person have to be to believe that a faithful and practicing Nazi loves Jews and wishes the people of God well, that a faithful and practicing Klan members love blacks and wants only the best for all people, including blacks or that faithful and practicing Muslims love non-Muslims and wants you to be happy, blessed and prosperous in your life and non-Muslim faith? Is it possible that anyone in this age of information explosion can be so out of touch with the real world to believe any of that?
If so, come and see me, I am selling several bridges, the north star, raindrops and life-saving air; for you, everything is 50% off!
People support, promote and encourage Muslims and/or Islam because they are either Muslims or afraid because they recognize Muslims will kill you for voicing your disgust of their politics of hate which they dress up like a religion for the gullible (which seems to be the majority of people).
Do you get the impression I hate Nazism, the Klan and Islam? If so, you got the right impression.
"…For they speak against You wickedly, And Your enemies take Your name in vain. Do I not hate those who hate You, O LORD? And do I not loathe those who rise up against You? I hate them with the utmost hatred; They have become my enemies.…" (Psalms 139:20-22).
What about hating the sin but loving the sinner? Well, let us ask the wisest man in the world that question.
Your dad said it was right to hate the people who hate God. Jesus said to love our enemies and do good to those who persecute you. Which one is right? Should we "love the sinner but hate the sin."
Everyone in the World
Dear Everyone in the World,
That is a good question. Here is my answer: "There is a time to tear apart and a time to sew together; A time to be silent and a time to speak. A time to love and a time to hate; A time for war and a time for peace." (Ecclesiastes 3:8). My question to you is, What time is it? Regarding the slogan, love the sin and hate the sinner, I do not put a lot of value in men's slogans. Some people think that, love the sinner but hate the sin, is a Bible quote. Silly people. Jesus said to love YOUR enemies. Jesus never told you to love the enemies of God. My father didn't.
Note: Only the section in quotations are Solomon's words. The remainder of the paragraph is this author's inclination of Solomon's mindset.
Rev. Joda Collins
Disclaimer: I make no claim that my opinions are shared by anyone else.