Tuesday, September 01, 2009

No Wonder There's So Many Muslim Loonies & Zealots

Since being posted on YouTube in June, the documentary has gone viral with over a quarter million views to date. According to sources in the U.K., the documentary has become extremely popular among Britain's Muslim youth population. According to the documentary's self-description, its purpose is to: "explore the revelations in world religions regarding the arrivals of the Antichrist Dajjal, Imam Al-Mahdi, and the Second Coming of The Christ."

The documentary is a whirlwind tour of Muslim apocalyptic narratives intermixed liberally with anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist themes. Although clearly home-spun, "The Arrivals" is a magnetic kitchen mix of every conspiracy imaginable, with a solid thread of Islamic apocalyptic sermonizing throughout. Images are rhythmically flashed before the viewer of Illuminati and Freemasonry symbols along with the inevitable "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" anti-Semitic conspiracy themes. And of course, it is all thoroughly topped off with graphic images of Muslim children suffering set to an "Omen"-like or "Godfather"-esque sountrack. Short clips of movies are also liberally pirated throughout. From "The Lord of the Rings" to "American Treasure," the viewer is immediately swept up into an ancient cosmic struggle with the heroic Muslim community fighting for truth against the plotting and scheming Zionists, Christians, Bilderbergers, Illuminati and the Club of Rome. The camera pans over the back of the American dollar bill with its prominent all-seeing eye too many times to count.

When they watch crap like this...

The grave offence begins at about 4:00. This is extraordinarily disrespectful and offensive to Christians, but, hey, what do you expect of the Islamic supremacist propagandists who made this propaganda?

How dare they? Calling Christ the "Anti-Christ"?

Don't they know that Islam is the Anti-Christ? Isn't it obvious to anyone who studies plenty about the true nature of Islam and observes the inhuman, cruel, evil behavior of so many Muslims who take the Koran literally?

And these people get mad (in every sense of the word, though many are perhaps already apparently that way) when non-Muslims say stuff about Islam, draw pictures of Mohammed, etc.?

The religious nonsense, the political propaganda... clearly, this so-called "documentary" was created by the same assholes, the likes of whom are responsible for telling Muslims to hate everyone who's different, in Mosques all over the world, in "Palestine", etc., etc... Is it any wonder that there's so many Muslims who display evidence of cult-esque brainwashing?

It's clearly also something designed to get Muslims to support the Islamic World's lunatic leaders' policy of the destruction of Israel. Hell, wait... maybe the film wasn't necessarily made by Muslims, but rather by Communists, who also hate Israel. Which ones, I don't know, but I know for a fact that the KGB of Russia has always wanted to get rid of Israel, which is why they sent their stooge Arafat... And why they finance and arm the Islamic World, namely "Palestine", Syria, Iran, Iraq...

Rest assured that a LOT of naive, impressionable Muslims will believe this purely just-recently- manmade "documentary" to be somehow "the truth" and be filled with hatred for those the film demonizes.

You know it, even if you're in denial, and sing, closed-eyed, that old propaganda phrase, "Islam is peaceful, Islam is peaceful...".

Leftists, automatically, will parrot the talking point that only a tiny, tiny minority, like .0009%, of Muslims are hateful and potentially violent. But they offer no proof to back it up, showing their dogmatic, brainwashed colors. The actual numbers, apparent in serious polling done in the Islamic World, well, are, for obvious reasons, being censored by the Big Media, obviously.

This film is only ONE example of the propaganda flying around in the Islamic World worldwide. Is it, therefore, any wonder that there's a lot of delusional Muslims who will support the policies of those, be they Muslims, fake Muslims and whoever else (Communists) who want to destroy the Free World? Of course, non-Muslim Leftists are equally delusional and supportive of the policy of the destruction of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and human rights worldwide, even if they don't realize it.

Those poor, poor, pituful, brainwashed folks...

Joel Richardson concludes:

I'm quite sure that many non-religious will read this article and snicker. "Those crazy Christians and Muslims are all nuts," many will no doubt think. A couple of years ago, I was being interviewed on NPR in Chicago. After enumerating the various reasons that I am deeply concerned about Islamic apocalyptic belief, the interviewer asked me if I was equally concerned about Christian apocalyptic beliefs -- surely all Messianism is equally dangerous. This is a common thought when those who are even slightly skeptical or cynical read about all of this. But there is a crucial distinction between Christian and Muslim apocalyptic belief that needs to be highlighted. I explained to my host that unless a supernatural man bursts forth from the sky in glory, there is absolutely nothing that the world needs to worry about with regard to Christian end-time beliefs. Christians are called to passively await their defender. They are not attempting to usher in His return. Muslims, on the other hand, are actively pursuing the day when their militaristic leader comes to lead them on into victory. Many believe that they can usher in his coming. One belief system is passive and awaits their defender; the other is both active and aggressive. In the midst of all of the admitted wackiness that end-time belief can become, how do I know that an imposter Messiah will not deceive me? How do I know that my messiah is the real Messiah? Without getting too theological, my answer is simple: As a Christian, I will await my savior; He will be the one who comes back to save me.

Big difference, indeed.