Stan22 wrote: ↑
2 months ago
Maybe in the countries where ISIS live, but certainly not in mine.
In my country Christians are treated far better than Muslims. I know some of their churches were blown up, but nearly all of them were done by the government to create political and religious conflict for filthy corrupted plans.
Like for example ElKedeseeen Church in Alexandria, one of the biggest, if not the biggest church in Egypt was blown up 8 years ago and everyone back then blamed the oppressing evil Muslims who hate infidals and blah blah blah bullshit like always, but it turned out that Habib Al Adly, the Interior Minister back then was the one who did it.
5 years ago a Masjid called Al-Fatih in Cairo was literally burned down along with Muslims in it and no one gave a single fuck, and on that day no less than 5000 Muslims were killed on Burned on the massacre of Rabaa and no one did anything about it.
I wonder why of course. There are as we speak now over 100 thousands Muslims being tortured in prisons now in a way your mind can't even comprehend.
Ways like training a big dog to literally rape you or hang you from your legs from the ceiling until you die and torturing you with electricity until death, etc. Still no single Christian was involved in being tortured like the oppressing Muslims, why ? I remember that incident when the cop tortured a guy until death and it turned out that he's a Christian and his higher ups called for him for punishment for it, and you know what he said ?
"Sorry boss, i didn't know he was Christian, i thought he was a Muslim".
So please stop saying things that are bullshit only because 4 or 5 Christians were executed by ISIS in Libya years ago. If you wanna look at real executions and massacres, look at Israel and how "goyim" are killed there if they did anything that pisses off a "superior" Zionist. Or maybe look at history for things like Deir Yassin massacre, or Qana massacre.
And last thing i will add to this post is a question that has always confused me for years now. The Western world is largely atheist, right ? Right. And at the same time the cucked Western world says that Palestine belong to Israelis, right ? Right. Where is that written exactly ? In "religious" books like Talmud and Torah.
So basically the dumb cucked people in the Western world says that Palestine belongs to the Jews because of a promise or a text in a religious book supposedly written by a "god" they don't even believe in
First, it is not appropriate for you to dismiss one bad crime on the basis that some other crime is worse. Because you know -- that's always true. You can always think of something worse. What happened to those men -- the beheadings -- are really bad, even if there's something else in the world that is worse.
Second, I have talked about many of those other issues in numerous other posts here and elsewhere. I have agreed, for many years, with the position that what is done to Muslim countries and Muslims is a severe human rights violation, one of the worst of our times.
That specific post is about Libya, which I have discussed at length. In that very post (which for some reason you did not quote fully), I blame the idiotic intervention of 2011. There have long been extremists in Libya, but they used to be a lot less influential. They were contained. The current catastrophe was a predictable outcome and now the people of that country, all of the people, are worse off. I think that the evidence is also good that ruining the lives of the people living there was part of the motivation for Sarkozy, Clinton, etc.
I regret to say that I have to agree with your main point. Muslims are being regularly killed and tortured by western countries and their proxies Their economies are undermined which prevents social development. Awful regimes like Qatar and Saudi Arabia are propped up, which further prevents development. All of that is common knowledge.
What is also the case, at least among Americans, is that many people either support this or pretend that it's not happening even though they know better. I have discussed some of the issues with various people, and they often stick their heads in the sand. They just don't want to hear it. Back when George Bush was President, the use of torture was galvanizing people on the American left. Everybody knew about Abu Ghraib. They said that it going too far. Once Obama became president, people on the left stopped worrying about it. People on the right never cared in the first place.
I stopped unconditionally defending Israel in 2006. That is a country which could have had a better place in the region and in the world, but instead they have grown more and more extremist over time. They went into Lebanon to swat Hezbollah ... and then they left behind some extra bombs for good measure. They are continuously annexing more and more West Bank land. The fraction of the population which is fundamentalist / ultra-orthodox / haredi grows over time, and consumes more and more resources, which means that the country necessarily becomes more and more disconnected from reality. In the long run, I am not sure how it can remain viable.
I watched the documentary "Advocate", recently. It's about an Israeli human rights lawyer named Lea Tsemel who represents Palestinians. She's a good lawyer and she follows the rules. And ... she loses 99% of her cases. It's a good documentary in the sense that it speaks truth.
I don't have any genuine hope for the future in this regard. Oppression is an intrinsic part of the system, and it's very difficult for countries to break out. Some countries might break free during a large war, but that doesn't sound like an ideal outcome.