A component consequences of a particular god belief.

What I find most disturbing about this behavior is how it has become normalized as being so unremarkable that people no longer react viscerally to this religiously inspired violence and find the Muslim apologetics relational for these action plausible.

The Religion of Peace Jehad Report For March 2019

It’s far easier to act as if critics of Islam have a problem with Muslims as people than it is to accept the uncomfortable truth that Islam is different.

    Number of Attacks: 132
    Number of People Killed: 729
    Number of People Wounded: 776
    Number of Suicide Blasts: 7
    Number of Countries Affected: 23

For information about their methodology, see About the List.

“Ask yourself, what kind of mind demands to be worshipped for doing what came naturally and why should anyone feel compelled to be subservient to a benevolent benefactor? Forever!”



9 thoughts on “A component consequences of a particular god belief.”

  1. Hello Nation. I love your posts but I just posted this morning on a long list of kill these in the bible. Don’t get me wrong, I find Islam wrong and violent, but I also find just as much violence in Christianity. Here is the link if you are interested. https://scottiestoybox.com/2019/07/29/and-they-say-god-is-good/. I think there are “true believers” in all religions that take it to the most extreme they can. In india for the last few years there are roving gangs of regular people protected by the government killing Muslims claiming to protect cows! It is a huge problem now. Since 2015 the government of India has promoted how sacred cows are and so as Muslims eat beef they must die. However as much as I am anti-theist I must remember that not all members of a religion are totally crazy psycho nut jobs. Hugs


    1. Hello Nation. I wanted to ask you if you think it is government approval of a religion that makes it more willing to use violence or if it is the religion itself? I was thinking of the killings by Buddhist in Myanmar, but then being the victims of violence in Bangladesh? it seems anywhere a religion gets control they go nuts. Hugs


        1. Hello Nation. We all know religion is a behavior control device. My worry is that secularism is losing due to the coordinated onslaught of militant religious groups wanting to form their own forms of theocracies. I think their attacks on education has been very successful because without education we have little hope of winning. Hugs


      1. Hello Nation. How do we fight / fix this. Honestly I admit you have seen more of it, and been fighting this longer than I have. How do we combat the steamrolling of religion into our secular nation? Hugs


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