Islam and Rationality : A Subjective Perception

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The impetus for this article is derived from a Facebook discussion about Islamic Terrorism – specifically the Manchester Bombing.

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On Islamic Violence

This article was first published at KingsCalendar in November of 2005 under the Title; A Muslim Perspective on Islamic Violence by Bilal Racheha.

I’m republishing it today because I think that now that Donald Trump is President of the USA, we are going to see less Islamic ass kissing by politically correct politicians who only listen to Radical Muslims while ignoring ordinary Muslims. The reaction of the far right to the loss of the far left in US politics is I believe causing the pendulum of oppression to swing too far the other way. In other words, the right is beginning to enforce their brand of political correctness in society.

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Giving the Finger to Islam

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This article was first published March 18th, 2017 at iPatriot.com

Recently while updating very old articles on the old KingsCalendar website I came across an article titled To Hell with Political Correctness and Multiculturalism! – Australia It’s OUR Country and after reading it I added a (2017) post script. Today I am publishing that post script (minus the very direct bad language) because I think people need to understand what is going on in our western world. So here it is.

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Iran’s curriculum reflects Ayatollahs’ policy

1. The July, 2015 agreement between Iran’s Ayatollahs and the Permanent Members of the UN Security Council and Germany has not moderated the Ayatollahs, according to a June, 2016 study by Prof. Eldad Pardo of Iranian K-12 school textbooks, which are the most authentic reflection of the mission, strategy, tactics, character, worldview and general direction of rogue regimes, such as the Ayatollahs….

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Vaccines: a Benefit or a Menace

The global focus on disease prevention continues to be vaccinations according to Big Pharma and the medical authorities. However, there is a growing concern that vaccinations fail to prevent their targeted diseases and can cause other health issues, including death.

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Our Changing World By M.M. Justine

I follow movements, trends and phases; I read everything that makes sense. I don’t limit my perspective when I read; I focus on what is not said, like reading between the lines. What fascinates most is the relationship between big government, corporate power and society as a whole.

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8 Ways Corporations Can Improve Their Image

1. Care about Society

Society is the fabric from which corporations thrive. It is a circular system; without the population, corporations would have no markets to sell their products. If corporations to harm society, they are harming themselves. It is like biting the hand that feeds you!

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The Orlando Alarm Clock

This article was posted on the author’s website June 14, 2016 and the author granted my request to reproduced on this site. R.P. BenDedek

The one word that has consistently appeared on Facebook since the early hours of Sunday morning has been “LOVE”. It seems to have always been in the context of “Love your enemies” or most generally “Love, not hate, is the answer!” My question is: “The answer to what?” It certainly isn’t the answer for those families mourning the senseless loss of their loved ones, now is it? Love was what they felt for those they lost in that horrible tragedy. I can assure you that Love is not what they feel for the hateful man who murdered their love ones. And I doubt seriously that Love is what they feel for Muslim terrorists either.

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London Deserves a Muslim Mayor

If this is your first time to read one of my articles, let me just tell you that I am an Australian who has been living and working in China for thirteen years. I currently teach English to Business English Majors in a college in Suzhou. I often write against Political Correctness and Multiculturalism.

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