due to our concern with more localized and European wars,
and the relatively peaceful experience we had in our our countries,
even when engaging in war overseas.
At the same time, in the interests of maintaining a peaceful coexistance
as far as was possible with Islamic countries, the West has
largely turned a blind eye toward barbarism and dictatorship,
and even encouraged an illusion of Islam as a peaceful religion,
rather than a paramilitary cult intent on taking over the world.
Just the expression "taking over the world" evokes a cartoon-like
image of a mad-scientist or moronic dictator, unlikely to succeed
because of inherently fatal flaws in his plan and himself.
Its an image the media and liberal ideology has encouraged,
or rather brainwashed us with, constantly seeking "explanations"
for criminal, murderous and genocidal behaviours,
in the form of our misunderstanding, or provocation foreigner Muslim peoples,
as if they would naturally be peace-loving citizens if right-wing
warmongers and Colonial Empire builders would just leave them alone.
The sad truth is that violence and horror, slavery and tribal genocides
have been around long before modern Western democracies and
industrial empires and commonwealths ever existed.
"Religions" and cults have risen and fallen alongside empires and city-states,
in a competative environment of utility and illusion, deception and ignorance,
greed and power-lust.
Many religions are in fact little more than manufactured lies and rationalizations
for the purpose of securing resources and maintaining control and power.
If it is true that 'legitimate' religions such as Christianity and Buddhism
can be exploited by warlords and dictators, bankers and military-industrial complexes, and vested interests, how much more is it true of "religions" and cults that are actually based on paramilitary ideas of conquest?
It is in this light that the objection by liberals that "Islam is as peaceful and harmless a religion as Christianity" must be critically evaluated.
In fact, "Islam" was never a peaceful and harmless 'religion' but was always
an artificially manufactured paramilitary cult, designed to create and sustain
a dictatorial power-base. It is incompatible with democracy and every other religion and philosophy that exists today.
We can look at maps of historical expansion of Islam, and current political trends in Islamic states, to get a better idea of what this cult really is:
If Westerners have any familiarity with Islam at all, its usually in the historical context of the ancient Caliphates and early spread of Islamic power, from around 630 to 750 A.D.:
We tend to dismiss the potential territorial expansion of Islam
with the idea that these were the 'early years' of empires,
and all political-religious groups engaged in similar proselytizing.
Nowadays, most 'Islamic' nations are considered peaceful states
cooperating in a global economy, and not interested in expansion per se.
The violent nature of dictatorships operating using repression,
or the global expansionist interests of religious authorities is either
ignored or largely hidden from the Western public.
So much so that Westerners naively cheered for an "Arabic Spring"
while dozens of regimes in the Middle East underwent violent coups
and internal rebellions, and were shocked that democracies didn't
spontaneously pop up in their place.
In fact Westerners are surprised to hear that Muslims even exist,
in such faraway exotic places as Indonesia and Asia.
How did they even get there?
If instead of being satisfied with trite summaries of Islamic wars
from a thousand years ago, and instead focus on the Expansion of Islam
AFTER 750 A.D., we have a chance of understanding the current crisis.
The following map shows the continued steady expansion of Islam, both
as an imposed religion and an economic paramilitary confederacy of regimes:
We can see that between 750 A.D. and 1500 A.D.,
there has been no essential change in either the political attitudes,
or the expansionist program within Islam.
The map below shows even further expansion extending all the way into
the East Indies and Java, where Westerners were less concerned with
spreading democracy and modern education, and more concerned with
simply exploiting resources.
From this next map we can see that Islam continues to exploit weak and
vulnerable areas of the 3rd world for religious and military purposes,
just as the West has done for economic and business purposes.
Its now apparent how Islam managed to reach all the way to the Pacific:
through even more subtle techniques, such as mass emmigration
into unsuspecting Western countries, with a conscious eye to
eventual appropriation and dominance, and the elimination of
Western religions and culture and laws, to be replaced with
Islamic Sharia Law and Islamic Rule:
In case you think that this is just mere coincidence
simply 'fortunate' but unintentional and friendly 'invasion' of the West,
we can consult the latest manifestation of Islam, known as ISIS or ISIL.
This new evolution of the Islamic State is not a small faction or
mere band of religious extremists unlikely to expand.
Rather, its a growth that is destined to succeed in taking over and galvanizing
the entire region, because the whole area is already 90% proselytized by
previous Islamic invasions, and the promulgation of a war-lord like,
crusader-mindset energized by religious fanaticism.
Let us have a look at what the very leaders of ISIS are openly planning:
We quote this recent piece of research (with link provided):
“The Structure of the Islamic State (ISIS),” by Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, September 8, 2014 (thanks to Victor):
Much has been written and said about the Islamic State in Iraq and Sham (the Levant) — ISIS. Most of the commentators have looked at ISIS as another terrorist organization, an al-Qaeda off-shoot, waging a guerrilla war with cohorts of unorganized thugs. The Afghani-style gear, the pickup trucks, the all black or army fatigue uniforms which most ISIS fighters wear, the unshaven beards, the turbans, hoods and head “bandanas” with Arabic inscriptions have added to the confusion.
In fact, ISIS is much more than a terrorist organization; it is a terrorist state with almost all governing elements. Over the last three years, since the beginning of the civil war in Syria, the Islamic State developed from an extremist fringe and marginal faction participating in the civil war to become the strongest, most ferocious, best funded and best armed militia in the religious and ethnic war that is waged today in Syria and Iraq.
But first, what is the name of this entity and what are the borders of the Islamic State? From the first days of its appearance in Syria in 2011, the organization was known as ISIS. However, since the declaration in Summer 2014 of the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate headed by Ibrahim ‘Awad Ibrahim Al Badri al Samarra’i, alias Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi — now the self-declared “Caliph Ibrahim” — ISIS has been transformed into the “Islamic State” (Al Dawla Al Islamiya ) in order to stress the fact that the Caliphate is not to be limited to Iraq, Syria, Israel (Palestine), Jordan and the Levant, but its ambitions lie well beyond those limited borders.
According to the maps published by the Islamic State, the Islamic State will include Andalus in the West (Spain) and stretch from North Africa — the Maghreb — (and the whole of West Africa including Nigeria) through Libya and Egypt (considered one geographical unit – Ard Al-Kinana), include what is called in Islamic state terminology, Ard el Habasha (from Cameroon in the west, Central Africa, the Victoria lake states, Ethiopia and Somalia), the Hijaz (Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States), Yemen until Khurasan in the east – defined as the Central Asian Muslim Republics beginning with Azerbaijan and including Pakistan and the South west part of China, land of the Muslims of Turkish origin, the Uyghurs. The Islamic State includes also Iran and Turkey (named Anadol) in their entirety and parts of Europe (mainly the Balkans, more or less conforming to the borders of the defunct Ottoman Empire with the Austro-Hungarian territories)…."The author doesn't believe ISIS can achieve their 'five year plan',
but at least admits they can achieve quite a lot of warfare and bloodshed trying.
We are not so confident that they will remain a small radical group,
when it is obvious that they are already actually a LARGE economic and
military powerhouse, largely because of Western apathy, incompetance,