Elsa shows optimism in human nature relating Islam. She believes the more non-Muslims are educated into the true facts relating to Islamic history – including the actions of its self-proclaimed prophet, people will understand Islam ideology is unacceptable and incapable of merging into Western Culture.
I pray she is correct, but I do have doubts. What about you? In essence, the observed vulnerability of Islam is TRUTH.
The Major Vulnerability of Islam
Sent July 29, 2018, 12:42 PM
Sent Via World Truth Summit
Original Post: Elsa’s Blog
I’ve been wondering, what is the Achilles’ heel of Islam in the West? What is its major vulnerability?
Everything has vulnerable points. But until you know that Achilles’ vulnerable point is his heel, you’re not likely to attack it.
It’s clear that Islam very much cares to maintain the image of Islam-religion-of-peace, which it has gone to great pains to project to non-Islamics in the West. Otherwise why would Islamic forces (OIC, CAIR, Muslim Brotherhood, etc., etc.) have invested such an enormous amount of money and energy into:
– blocking and criminalizing freedom of speech about Islam via the many hate laws and blasphemy laws throughout the West;
– creating an environment in which many people are hit by negative consequences if they speak out – loss of job, loss of friends, loss of reputation, law suits, jail (just think of Tommy Robinson);
– purchasing text book publishing houses in the West and rewriting textbooks so the content on Islam becomes major and positive;
– trotting out the story of “it was mental illness” every time there is a jihad murder spree.
It is clearly important to Islam to be seen, overtly anyway, as benign, by most non-Islamics in non-Islamic countries.
Yet most Islamic organizations have not worked to stop violence done in the name of Islam, including in the West. Instead, for instance, Saudi Arabia has openly promoted and exported very traditional Islam.
So it also seems to matter to most Islamic forces that non-Islamics in the West simultaneously experience Islam as dangerous. Maybe all the people working to spread the truth about Islam have in fact helped Islam be experienced as dangerous. Fear helps keep people in line.
My image is of a huge veiled dancer, supposedly a beauty, veils swirling so they reveal glimpses, to all, of hairy legs and who knows what else. By now, millions of people are tugging at the veils, so that ever more of what’s underneath becomes visible.
It becomes tricky, keeping some balance between the main image and the unsavory glimpses, especially as ever people know Islamic ideology and talk about it. Each person who knows moves aside tiny bits of the veil.
Of course at some point there is a tipping point. The indoctrination about Islam as a religion of peace stops working, by and large. The reality of Islam becomes visible to too many people. Currently we have the proliferation, in Europe and Australia, of political parties against Islamization and sometimes against Islam – parties labeled by the mainstream as ultra right wing, racist and even Nazi, to keep as many people away from them for as long as possible.
Yet the breakthrough is inevitable. It’s just a question of when, how soon, and how fully the shift to reality perception of Islam is made.
There’s also the question of what will the outcome be.
What’s the vulnerable point, the Achilles’ heel, for Islam? One vulnerability is the possibility of being seen early, so that, for instance, Islamic incoming is stopped before there is a considerable Islamic population. That has happened in only a few eastern European countries.
It’s my sense that another vulnerable point is during the shift in perception. It’s like when an animal with an exoskeleton molts. No shell, for a time. In this case, no veil.
My sense is also that, the quicker the shift, the more likely there can be a relatively non-violent resolution in favor of human rights and freedoms, for the re-establishment of freedom of speech and good thinking skills.
That makes our efforts ever more important, each of us doing what we can to help with the shift – millions of us each tugging aside more and more of the veil.
Part of the impact will be on things like whom we vote for, the education about Islam in the schools, the stories about the mental health of jihadis.
Another part of the impact will be on Islamics. As our knowledge of their ideology changes, as ever more non-Islamics are aware of Islamic ideology, aware of Islamic history, aware of the story of Mohammed. Islamics will know, when we look at them, that the ideology of their religion and the life of Mohammed, are generally known. There will be a powerful group energy in our gaze. Each of us will know we’re not alone. And they will know they are being seen, as people adhering to an ideology that aims to destroy Western human rights and freedoms. Quite a shift, I’d say.
I wonder, is the core vulnerability of Islam, that Islamics will know their religion is accurately seen? Not noble. Not savory. Not peaceful. Calling for the subjugation and killing of non-Islamics.
What will this do to the many Islamics who are used to denying or ignoring the reality of Islamic ideology, who might even be ashamed of much of it?
Will Islam be drained of a considerable portion of its energy?
Just think of the response of most Germans and Austrians after World War II, when the reality of the Holocaust became known. Generations of people feeling shame.
Anyway, I am sure that the major Islamic organizations are aware of the impending tipping point.
We will see how things go.
As always, all the best to all who care and dare,
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