Listening to muslims

by | June 4, 2014

I get told to shut-up a lot, at least on the internet.
I do so like the sound of my own voice (and keyboard)
But when I find something interesting, I’m quite happy to just absorb.

Muslim women [and] have been functioning for decades despite political instability. The selective media narrative expands to include the evils of Islam’s stances on women — this, again, despite protests and condemnation from Muslims of both genders against violence.

First and foremost, I don’t think we can, or should try to, save people. It’s self-aggrandizing and ineffective. Offering help and assistance, so that people can find their own way, might not get us what we want in a timely fashion, but it seems the more rational longterm solution.

2 thoughts on “Listening to muslims

  1. billybob

    Maybe it is not about saving them but ourselves. Islam
    is intrinsicly a totalitarian religion and a danger to my freedoms, if they get politcal power tyranny follows. Beer and bacon gone forever:)

  2. Bubba Kincaid

    Too late bud.

    Our dear country has already taken, and continues to take, at the most very least, an active part in silencing dissent, turning a blind eye, and actively promoting our most steadfast allies’ bloody slaughtering of millions of innocent ones of them in cold blood and quite explicitly war crime fashion.

    Likely has something to do with a psychological detachment spawned from a superiority complex larger than it deserves to be given the inexistence of said detachment.


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