Wednesday, November 18, 2009

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Suffering through the Koran. Sura 41 'Fussilat'. Whatever that means.

Those fun happy moon cult members do it again !

by Ferdinand III

No wonder the Koran is such a holy book for Muslims. It does not concern itself with trivial matters - insights, charity, tolerance, the Golden Rule, true humility, and evocations of human worth. How boring. Real holiness lies in jihad, irrationality, Jew-hate, Christian-persecution, arrogance, will to power, screams that a paganism will dominate the world, and that moon cult worship is your highest priority – now that makes a book holy !

Fully 50-55% of the 55 verses in this Sura or chapter, discuss killing, punishing, ostracizing or afflicting the Unbelievers. Rather an un-holy amount. Only 2 Suras advance any ideas about charity, or tolerance. One example is this; “But We delivered those who believed and practiced righteousness.” [41:18]. But this must be taken in the context of being Islamic. In the Koran a good person is one who is a fundamentalist Muslim not one who practices the prosaics of true charity, tolerance, gratitude or self-knowledge shown in a humble disposition.

Islam's will to power contains none of the facets of what Westerners would attribute to such ideals. For Muslims charity and tolerance are only valid in the context of how Islamic and how prostrated to the cult, one is. It is in many ways the opposite cultural ethos of New Testament Christianity. In any event when you have a typical Koranic chapter in which 28-30 out of 55 verses advocate jihad, violence and racialism you have a problem.

The moon cult is one very strange creation. The Koran illustrates its perversity and anti-reality nature . Imagine any rational person reading the following, nodding their head in agreement, repeating it, memorizing it, and then collapsing to the ground to raise buttocks in the air, and bounce the forehead off of a matted textile in homage to the thing that commands it called Allah, or the Meccan moon god:

And woe to those who join gods with Allah, - .... Say: Is it that you deny Him who created the earth in two Days: And do you join equals with Him ? He is the Lord of (all) the Worlds.” [41:6, 9]

[translation: Jews and Christians who conflate Jesus or Yahweh or Jewish prophets with anything divine must be punished.]

So He completed them as seven firmaments in two Days, and He assigned to each heaven its duty and command.” [41:12]

[translation: Since the Jews and Christians believed that 'God' created the world in 7 days, the Arab moon guy must have done it in only two. Allah is faster and better than Yahweh.]

But now the good stuff which stirs the breasts of every devotee of the moon cult:

But if they turn away, you say: “I have warned you of a stunning punishment (as of thunder and lightning) like that which (overtook) the 'Ad and Thamud!” [ancient Arab tribes conquered by Mohammed's tribe, the Qurayesh]. [41:13]

So we sent against them a furious wind through days of disaster, that We might give them a taste of a Penalty of humiliation in this Life; but the Penalty of the Hereafter will be more humiliating still: and they will find no help.” [41:16]

“But we will certainly give the Unbelievers a taste of a severe Penalty, and We will requite them for the worst of their deeds.” [41:27]

Those who pervert the Truth in Our Signs are not hidden from Us...-he that is cast into Fire....” [41:40]


Reading and believing such nonsense denotes illiteracy not faith. Islam is an irrational moon cult not a religion. And this is only a partial list from this Sura of what the reader is assaulted with. It is a hostile program of supremacism pure and simple. Such a theology is not a religion any more than German or Russian Fascism based on the mad ravings of Marxist dialecticism or Darwinian racialism are religious.

Chapter 41 certainly does not disappoint in the context of Muslim theology. It carries on the madness that one finds in the first 40 chapters. But of course Islam is a religion ! And a great one at that ! At least it is consistently great and grand in its depravity and madness. 

[Note: This sura is taken from 'The Holy Quran', translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali, reprinted in 1995, Goodword Books. Regarded as one of the best translations from Arabic to English of the Koran.]