Islam: Jihad, The Brotherhood And Its Purpose

Some atrocities need to be revisited as long as they continue to exist and threaten us – such as our beloved Islam! Linda Sarsour, a famous name among the radical left, a fellow of the Jihad movement, had spoken in UC Berkeley about what she believes are hard topics of the day – addressing them through her own vigilante of justice. After what felt like a heartfelt call to action on white supremacy and prejudice against the Muslim community of America – she boldly incited Jihad in the name of Allah to fight the alt-right and the Trump administration. The brainwashed liberals of Berkeley played along – and also note these were the same people who blocked out Milo from their campus on grounds of ‘them being traumatized’. I don’t think you are a progressive if what you want is taking away the First Amendment – bringing an advanced political institution such as the United States down to its knees through enforcing your ideological agendas – such as Islamic countries – to further your cause without political resistance.

Islam lives for conquest, facilitated by a repressive theological system that exploits its own people for the superficial gain of Allah only to reward them under their paradigm

an aggressive agenda-driven movement can never peacefully coexist in secularity

I visited the protests at O’Hare right after the president brought into effect the Muslim ban because I had nothing better to do that evening, and there was this one chant that stood out, “this is what democracy looks like” being said in a slightly cringy, poetic tone. Well, if there’s one thing I could do by going back in time would be helping them see their own hypocrisy.

I wish there was a better word to describe this, oh hey, cowardice!

This threat to democracy is not new, and we’ve been seeing it for long enough in socialist Europe. Several European countries have been letting in immigrants – not the culturally forward ones – but Muslims – and that’s where their woes began. I read this somewhere but I’m unable to trace it back to its author,

diversity is not our strength if there is no common cause

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Humor Post #1 of #420

Disclaimer: Part reality, part fiction. Enjoy 😃

My friend hates Taylor Swift. Typical? I am starting to think so. So we had this party where I’m the DJ rocking some tunes when I played what I thought what would be a good choice for a song. I was mistaken. It was not.

I could see the girl across from me, on the barstool dancing. I could see her holding up two fingers, and letting her hair sway nicely. I could say she was having a good time but everyone else wasn’t responding the same way. My friend, Joe, signalled me to come closer and told me, “never Taylor Swift” and I willingly jumped back to my controller and queued up a song I thought the guys might like, and I guess they did.

They’re into R&B, a genre I only started liking because of them.

About the n-word, right.

We have to talk about that.

Some say racial slur, others say popular culture.

Because I was called their nigga once 😂 I was a little offended at first but came to realize what an honor it was to be somebody’s nigga.

Ma nigga, ma nigga.

Ma nigga, my motherfucking nigga.

Sound familiar?

It should be.

In the world of R&B culture, the n-word is nothing short of a term of endearment.

But we had another term of endearment, 

Big Boy.

Often said in a bro tone among us bros with extended syllables.

Biii-boooiiiiii mmeee-boooiiiii…

But let’s get back to nigga –

a nigga ain’t no pussy, a nigga got no rules, a nigga is a nigga

being nigga a class of its own.

Self-reliance Isn’t Foolproof

In my previous writings, I have shown self-reliance and narcissism as wonderful methods of coping with emotion turmoil. However, they fail to remain foolproof as I’ve stated if one of two conditions are met,

  • you are a minor still
  • you operate in medieval legislation i.e., Islamic and Hindu countries

This method of self-reliance and narcissism which I’ve claimed to go hand-in-hand cannot work if the political system of your country prevents you from enjoying the liberties of a forward-thinking, contemporary culture – where you rely on yourself for everything. With that duly noted, this post will help formulate alternative measures for the temporary – until such time you can leave to a better place. Most conservative cultures – such as Islamic and Hindu – have deeply rooted ideas that the legislation cannot practically do away with – even the legislative ideas of an advanced and open form of government such as a secular republic – that it claims to be. In a country like India – the world’s most ignorant country by all measures – there is a cultural consensus about heirarchy – a belief that people of a higher order are perfect and it is unlikely from a moral place that they would ever do something you should accuse them of legally. So much that this cultural idea affects how willing a lawyer would be to take up your case, how much interest your local city police will take in your report given they even consider you for filing a report in the first place, and ultimately effecting your verdict by the judiciary.

the Indian judiciary is one steaming hot pile of cow shit!

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An Atheist On Religions: A Sequel

I’d previously discussed about forms of dogmatic theism such as Christianity and Islam. Dogma is just a fancy word for philosophy without thought. It is quintessentially the analog of telling a child what is good and bad – there is nothing that can innately fall into one of these two categories. Our concept of good and bad are philosophical constructs that have manifested over time from religion and philosophy itself. Unlike its successor, philosophy, religion does not reason with its followers or allow room for people to interpret its dogma and reason further – which can threaten its very existence and religious fundamentalists know all to well about that! The threat of Hell and a concept of the afterlife were carefully stipulated to keep people from reasoning with their religion but I’ll have to save more on that for an upcoming post titled Religion: Earliest Attempts At World Order.

This post will serve as a sequel to my previous post titled An Atheist On Religions. I had made several updates and added newer, thought-provoking discussions after its date of publication – I urge you to start there first or this post will seem like a drag. In this post, I want to clear up some of the ideas I may have presented and add my after thoughts. We will also get to understanding how and why certain religions continue to be ballsy – when their own people or outsiders challenge their ways – potentially threatening the integrity of their God’s word.

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11:11: Sorry But Your Wishes Aren’t Coming True

If you have come here expecting some comforting spiritual bullshit that will nicely align with your pre-existing beliefs on this phenomenon, then back off because here we are all about the math, not your meth-induced (or not) delusional reality. A surprising amount of bullshit has accumulated on the Internet trying to explain this phenomenon through the word of some people’s make-believe fairytale. This is a phenomenon in mathematics that really has more to do with people and how they view numbers – numerology. As fancy a term it is, the study of numbers as a significance to real-world events has some very ambiguous theory. It thrives on a tendency of using numbers to attach meaning to anything of a significant nature in people’s lives.

I first started seeing 11:11 on the clock several years ago. It was then that the seed of my confirmation bias was planted. I am an innately very curious person – a very bad thing in a school system that says ignorance is a bliss. That night I had looked up 11:11 meaning on Google which you’ll later see was a very bad thing to do.

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Loneliness

Someone, somewhere is bound to experience this very human form of isolation at some time in their life. It’s natural and nothing to be ashamed of – be you a man or a woman. As I was scrolling through my Facebook today, I saw this post about how loneliness is killing people in rich countries. For a moment there I was lost, pondering why the first-world citizen would simply die younger that their third-world counterpart – one who’d probably endured more hardships detrimental to his health and eventual longevity. The whole notion would seem counter-intuitive to most people and I get it – because we aren’t taught to see it that way. Loneliness however, has deeper roots than what the surface will readily show us.

socializing compromises productivity of the individual while promoting a very human necessity toward good health

Having experienced severe bouts of loneliness by myself, I just wanted to jump to the easy conclusion that people get lonely because they are lonely. They lack human interaction due to their poor stance in society (like being that weirdo) – that throws their neurotransmitters out of whack leading to depression and a host of mental illnesses. Loneliness, I feel, is really just a very vague descriptor for it can have more or less sinister causes. But if you spare some thought for it, you’d see loneliness is connected to other elements in one’s immediacy.

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Why I Chose To Be A Narcissist And You Should Too

There have been many bad connotations to narcissism and I wish to give new meaning to it – as a way of life, a way of functioning in society without legal consequences. I define narcissism as the trait that makes one care for oneself and put the priorities of theirs or whatever they chose to associate with first regardless of the moral dictates of society. It so much easier to function this way as I will explain later and with this you are insured against heartbreak, betrayal and other emotional trauma of such. Narcissism is a fundamental trait of LaVey Satanists – practitioners of Satanism as made popular by LaVey – where you indulge in what you see required for your emotional and physical gratification with no regard for others or society inside the confines of law.

Don’t carry the load that will eventually destroy you!

The interaction between the anthropological construct that we call society – which actually manifests as physical entities – and human is one that is purely reciprocal that relies on a give-and-take policy. It is the result of what you do and what others do to you in return that gives rise to a balance. But the sad thing about this metaphorical balance is its tendency to be uncertain and sometimes downright cruel – in other words, it does not work fairly and just to the liking of yours despite your good intentions. You often don’t realize but the truth of the matter is that you do good in return for good, that’s simply the way it is and no one can be innately good without being subjected to good – because it is in the fundamental nature of humans and animals to not be good, animals are jerks to each other – that’s simply how they get their way in their unstructured world.

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An Atheist On Religions

For those of you who don’t follow me on Facebook, here’s something I’d to say about a Hindu ritual that I very unfortunately had to witness in my city,

people who mindlessly preach to a rock being pushed around the city can also be just as easily manipulated by a new world order, like a Satanic movement or the Illuminati without resistance

mainstream religion has sufficiently primed the masses for easy takeover through widespread self-deceit

But in this post, I won’t attack the concept of religion but instead on the injustices inculcated into society by certain religions and/or practices done under the doctrines of a religion. Readers of my blog and friends know my theological stance of atheism because I tend to be pretty outspoken about this, and it deeply infuriates me when social injustices and heinous acts against humanity are perpetuated under the label of one truly messed up ideology of a religion. Yes, in this post I will discriminate and bring up the these religions without only vaguely describing them. Discrimination that stems from prejudice is hate, but one that stems out of actual facts and statistics are not hate but facts. If you take offense in that last statement, I can only assume that your faith survives on a hatred of facts.

The overly sensitive and SJWs may exit at this point because what is to come is far beyond the reaches of your mental abilities, no kidding!

all new ideas begin controversially until people can draw up an understanding

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The Element Of Surprise And Artistic Outlaws

Ever since the Renaissance artists have been experimenting with new forms of their art to spread their appeal to more people. The Renaissance was a time of much importance in artistic history. New styles, forms and manifestations of art popped up all over Europe and even the rest of the world. In this post, I’ll be discussing broadly music and how artists and producers are playing with some of the fundamental constructs of music itself – the structure, instruments and something very important I’d like to call the element of surprise. This element is by far the most important if you’re trying to play your way into the billboards, and also maybe stay there for a decent amount of time.

You want to have the right music at the right time with the right generation and the right technology to make it go viral

Recently I’d come across a satire describing structures of various musical genres. It said the blues were mostly guitar, complaining and more guitar with nothing more to it. Pop was mocked with reference to Pitbull, a prominent and contemporary pop artist. It was funny but also helped me recall what I know of music theory which led me into thinking what makes a hit song? Is it some violation of the traditional anatomy or something subtle or this colloquially called element of surprise?

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Unique ≠ (necessarily) Better

Now this is one of the social idiosyncrasies that often get away without being challenged. How many times, just how many times have we been inspired by the false notion that unique is better? We often see Hollywood, and people in general tell us being unique or having a unique identity or unique attributes to your personality often gets you somewhere special nobody else typically dare wanders into. Does this all even make sense or ring any bells of misguided societal perceptions?

hasty generalizations and our infatuation to novelty can make unique seem like an improvement on the current

I have seen many a times in the news and media how some uniqueness in an invention or candidate or development of a story can often be associated with some much-awaited breakthrough or exciting feature or achievement. I am not challenging here that all things unique and out of the regular is always up to no good, but instead that all things unique are not necessarily up to good. The media for some weird reason or the other seems to be pretty darn good at doing this, glorifying uniqueness. Some high school kid makes a project that stands out from the rest and is instantly applauded – with little to no thought of the actual scientific validity of the project or the research that went behind prior to its manifestation on public fronts.

Again, I am not saying good projects or inventions don’t deserve the recognition they deserve, no not at all. I just would like to see a little more thought spared to something – project, invention or what not before people blatantly promote it for others to see and recognize. Do you remember that one time a high school boy apparently invented a clock? (per media reports, not my words) And the jacked-up-on-several-rounds-of-Jägerbombs media would go out of their way to surface a buzz among the gullible folk – the kind of people that will easily buy into anything you tell them without checking or challenging the credibility of your sources.

the more people informed of rumor, the more potential transmitters and therefore potential for a higher rate of transmission

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