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Thursday, November 09, 2006

Losing Elections and Wars for Fun and Prophet

This isn’t an actual book yet, as you may well have guessed. It’s an idea, and it begins as most ideas do, with a rough sketch, a preliminary outline. That’s what this post is about. The following tips, if applied consistently, can help any non-Muslim group of people cling to the course toward Islamic overlordship. Many, but not all, of the tips here were applied by the US administration from 9/11 onward and, while not so critical as to lead to the whole shebang of shariah law, have cost political power to those involved. Other tips were carried out elsewhere.

  1. Don’t identify the enemy. If you really must, wait until at least half a decade after the attacks.

  2. If you have to use the I-word and M-word, always qualify them with a modifier such as “radical”, “extremist”, “militant” or “political”.

  3. Don’t turn this into a religious war. That’s the stuff of the Middle Ages, a horrible period in history, unlike our age, in which everything always can be and has been solved through negotiations and material concessions.

  4. Don’t turn this into a clash of civilizations. Huntington is a crackpot. You’re much better served by following the ideas of Fukuyama, which are still applicable after the demise of the happy Clinton years.

  5. Keep in mind that the other side is just like you. They have the same dreams as you have. The fact that affluent, settled members of theirs suddenly went to suicide bombing missions is irrelevant.

  6. Know that the other side is as sensible as you are, and amenable to all manner of rational persuasion. Just remember never to wave cartoons of their prophet in front of their eyes, that’s culturally insensitive.

  7. Moderate Muslims (the majority of them) should be relied upon to defuse the threat of their extremist brethren (most definitely a tiny minority). They can, of course, be trusted to speak without fear of reprisals, unlike Pope Benedict XVI or Robert Redeker.


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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

OT . . .the point about "Just remember never to wave cartoons of their prophet in front of their eyes, that’s culturally insensitive" reminded me of this years costume of the year :

http://timblair.net/ee/index.php/weblog/mohalloween

BTW - just to make it clear, I am not the same anonymous commenter as the one playing apologist in the "Behold the Peace" thread above. ;D

Friday, November 10, 2006 2:04:00 am  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Anonymous,
Thanks for the photo and your comments if funny too.

Friday, November 10, 2006 2:18:00 am  
Blogger Snouck said...

ZionistYoungster:
"If you have to use the I-word and M-word, always qualify them with a modifier such as “radical”, “extremist”, “militant” or “political”."

Or "fascist" so it looks like it is WW2 again, which we won. So we do not have to think why our current use of force IS NOT WORKING.

Thinking gives headache.

Great post Zionist Youngster, I am just nitpicking here.

Friday, November 10, 2006 10:25:00 am  

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