When you have a religion where extremist rhetoric is the norm, and followers won’t disavow it, then either those people are hostages or the rhetoric is not extreme from the perspective of that religion.
I personally believe that where extremism is the norm, the ordinary people are hostages, they live in fear, and so everything we do to stop the spread of radical ideologies actually saves their lives.
On the other hand, anything the leaders representing this religion do to spread extremist thinking fans the flames of hate — and keeps terrorists firmly in power.
Who’s the real racist then? Would it not be the very leaders who claim to be representing the religion?
My personal belief is that often, claims of a “social justice” ideology are only a thin film for greed.
This is why such “leaders” never actually solve the problems they talk about.
It’s why no “solution” is ever good enough.
Follow the money upon which “human rights” organizations subsist.
Equal rights mean equal responsibilities.
But that isn’t what false leaders want.
As the victims multiply, so does the cash.
By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.
By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain.
You can also read this thread online, here: