Maybe I suck at being a true Christian or something, but my arteries pump white-hot hate towards the humorless true followers of the OG arch-terrorist Mohammed. Frankly I don’t care if that turns out to be a huge debit to my grace card. As far as I know, God’s supreme Will is for Christians and other non-Muslims to rise up and smash every mosque on the planet to smithereens, like yesterday.
It’s just plain wrong to allow any more of this constant Islamic murder crap to continue, no matter how “offensive” some cartoon might be, or how upset some Koranderthal is over getting fired from his job at a poultry packing plant in the American Midwest, or how rabidly incensed some criminal Farrakhan fan/employee of a key Muslim Obama advisor gets about the NYPD and our grand jury system.
My readers already know that I’ve long been in favor of all-out, scorched-Earth war to destroy Islam for good. It just could be that makes me a terrorist too, and no better than my enemy. So what? The spiritual life is not always about hovering on some invisible yoga mat of correctness and pleasantries. The spiritual life is about action, and as long as we are alive, we have the mandate to pre-emptively terrorize and vaporize the actual career terrorists. Launch the nukes already.
I’ll be damned if we’re supposed to just let any of our women and children be slaughtered in the name of a raggedy-ass goat-raping lecher and his demonic moon god, just so we can try to appear to be holier than Jesus Himself, by our society’s pathological tolerance, cowardice, suicidal self-hatred, and lassitude.
I do know that politically-correct politicians, pundits, and other commenters are flat wrong when they equate the Bible with the Koran. For example, Howard Dean is lying when he stridently insists that the Koran doesn’t teach violence and murder. Such people often point to one isolated little line in the Koran against killing, ignoring the mountain of subsequent other passages and verses exhorting Muslims to slaughter anyone and everyone who doesn’t fall in line with Islam.
Jesus commanded us to love our enemies. Well, Islamic scholars like to taunt us all the time about how a key difference between us and them (and therefore their tactical advantage over us) is that we love life, while they love death.
Jesus also commanded us to do unto others as we would have them do to us. That is, serve others according to what they want, not what we want for them.
So, clearly, God’s divine Will, as far as what we should do unto Mohammed’s followers, is to love them by giving them what they really want. If Allah’s armies love and seek death so much, then the Christian thing to do is to just go right on ahead and make love to them — even if it means some of us have to give up our lives in the process, to spare our allies, our kin, our kind.
If Muslims refuse to convert, and reject the holy salvation and eternal life offered through Jesus Christ, then we’re to serve them according to their stated ultimate desire.
Besides, there are much better uses for goats.