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In my post ‘How I Became Islamophobic’, I described how catalytic my first year at University proved in my transformation from daydreaming liberal to hardened bigot. Although that post was quite long enough, there are still unmentioned stories worth sharing for anyone who is interested, and one in particular has recently come to mind.
In ‘Muslim Social Terrorism’, I noted that immaturity (sexual, social and intellectual) is a dominant trait among Western Muslims. To that we must now add a uniquely toxic kind of social jealousy. The following story will give you an idea of what I’m talking about.
After being allocated a place in a mixed British/Pakistani halls of residence on arrival to University, myself and the other non-Muslims were naturally expected to ingratiate ourselves with our new cohabitants. On the second weekend (in-between freshers week and the start of the academic year) I made the mistake of going out with a group from my block to a local pub. Altogether, there were five of us. One of our group (newly arrived) was Muslim (of youguesseditani heritage).
This guy – we’ll call him Abdul – spoke with a London accent, and seemed to believe himself little different to the rest of us. He was confident, loud and – though unwilling to consume alcohol himself – very relaxed about being around people who did. One of our number incidentally was female, and right from the start Abdul displayed towards her that nervous silliness I have since found to be broadly typical.
At the pub, with our group seated in a relaxed circle, the stupidity of the adventure rushed to manifest itself. Abdul, with no exaggeration, was one of the most annoying, thick-headed and dysfunctional people I have ever had the misfortune of meeting. In fact, if you want a single, living catalyst for my de-liberalisation, he was/is it.
Whenever the topic of conversation switched to anything cerebral, Abdul was visibly agitated and initially tried to refresh-at-zero with a deep breath or an “anyway…”. Whenever we talked about music, art, comedy or indeed anything with which he wasn’t familiar, he shot horrible looks at whoever initiated the topic. At one point I heard him threaten a particularly talkative fellow under his breath.
Another boy in our group was of Asian descent (a Hindu but secular) and the Muslim seemed to take a special interest in shooting this fellow’s comments down. When this chap remarked that he liked a band or TV programme that others present enjoyed, the Muslim (despite not knowing this guy at all) broke in by saying “No you don’t.” or “Don’t lie to them” (‘them’ seemingly being the White people present). Bravely the Hindu managed to ingratiate himself despite this, and the Muslim was sidelined.
Throughout the year I met dozens of students who had experienced this with the same gentleman as well as with other Muslims local to my halls. Every time it was the same story. A Muslim was alone in a group of friendly non-Muslims (almost always forced together by allocation of residence) and could not abide the conversation being turned away from the most base topics such as toilet humour (without irony), misogyny, or homophobia (especially homophobia). In each situation, they reacted in a uniform way whenever they sensed another male displaying a more advanced personality, especially towards a female.
According to a friend who studied Physics & Planetary Science, a minority of Muslims in his class were particularly disruptive. He reported that when a native boy seemed to be getting on with a native girl in seminar or in lectures, a number of Muslim boys would panic and try to put the female off, either by accusing the guy of being gay, a racist, or even of being married. As this went on, there were reported instances of non-Muslim students being pushed too far and attacking the Muslims who were actively preventing them forming social ties. By then, it had become obvious to the sensible that the Muslims were so socially undeveloped they were trying to force others to conceal their personality – or at least keep it on a low par with their own – lest they become too clearly isolated.
I’m glad to say that most refused to be cowed in this way, but many still suffered great disruption to their study. Some had to leave worthwhile courses which attracted large numbers of Muslim students such as science and business, and switch to useless subjects like media and photography in order to be segregated with normatively developed students. Those (I know for certain of only one, but more were reported to me) who physically attacked the Muslim pests were forced to leave the university and were often unable to find a place at another.
The moral of this story is that healthy social development (and thereafter correct social functioning) is impossible for a people raised to be different to everyone else. From the moment of birth, Western Muslims are raised to be incompatible with the culture they will have to live in. The fallout from this is as natural, and increasingly as common, as the English rain.
That was interesting to read. Well done.
This made me laugh, a “living catalyst for my de-liberalisation,” That’s a good blog topic. I have several people who also deserve recognition for their contributions to my reformed belief system.
Defend the Modern World said:
Thank you. Glad you enjoyed it.
good blog , but its not jut colleges its also in every street in Europe .
Defend the Modern World said:
Thanks. I think schools are probably more Islamised than universities these days, particularly inner-city ones.
Talk about Rome under the Julio-Claudians.
Talk about Winston Churchill.
Talk about the formation of the West.
Drive them away. The young Muslim’s responses indicate that he is culturally alienated. And yes, you’re right to characterize his emotion as one of social jealousy.
But he has no business being jealous.
He has the Ummah.
What more does he want?
Defend the Modern World said:
Like many others, he has cognitive dissonance. He knows he cannot find the same kind of social life in his own community. He secretly wants to change his identity but doesn’t have the nerve.
Another boy in our group was of Asian descent (a Hindu but secular) and the Muslim seemed to take a special interest in shooting this fellow’s comments down.
Again, power is greater than friendship.
The Hindu should have been visibly protected, and his company favored. Why? Because unlike Muslims, Hindus have no intention of destroying the West, even though they might resent some aspects of it.
Defend the Modern World said:
I do wish I’d spoken out against the guy at the time. It was before I’d made up my mind politically though, and so I would have just been politely liberal and passive about it. I shan’t allow for the same kind of thing again.
I dont’ think it’s just about mere social ineptness or social jealousy. I think it might well be a manifestation of something much nastier. I think it may be part of the overall Islam Program.
Whether conscious or unconscious, it can be seen as an example of something called “split the camp”. I can’t give chapter and verse for this, but I know I have read somewhere that one of the things Muslims constantly attempt to do is to “split the camp” of the infidels. (As they have very successfully done in splitting Europe from America and then Britain from America; and they are currently hard at work trying to destroy the relationship that has developed between Israel, and many American evangelical Christian churches).
It is, of course, not a technique unique to or invented by Islam: every general, and for that matter, every despot and imperial Power in history knows and has known that if you can divide the camp of the enemy you can defeat him the more easily – “divide and rule”.
But since Islam – the Ummah, or Mohammedan Mob, the de facto Empire or Gang of Islam – is *permanently* at war with the dar al harb – the ‘region of war’ (i.e. us, all of us infidels all over the planet, wherever we are) then it is probably safest to assume that the Ummah as a gestalt, and *also* individual members of that gestalt, are *always* in ‘attack’ mode, always looking for a weak point or a vulnerability, and part of that war they are waging on us is the attempt to keep us from forming healthy relationships with one another, whether at the macro or micro level, and to damage and destroy such relationships as already exist.
I find it perfectly probable that at some level, Muslims almost instinctively zero in on any pre-existing division they perceive or think they perceive in any given set of Infidels, and attempt to deepen it and make it worse; and that they may be *expected* to try to head off or nip in the bud *any* alliance they see a-forming among Infidels, even if it be something as simple as a nascent love affair between two non-Muslims, or a social or collegiate friendship between, on the one hand, a Hindu student and, on the other, a secular or culturally Christian native English student. I would not be at all surprised if Muslims, in workplaces and in school and university settings, were found to be adept at tale-bearing and the circulation of malicious rumours, gossip and bullying. Psy-ops. A war of attrition, endlessly pursued. And for the born-psychos, and for the forcibly-programmed-to-be-psycho (which is what the Ummah does to those in its ranks who are born-neurologically-normal; it violently “reprograms” them in the image of a psychopath or malignant narcissist, namely, Mohammed), a source of endless *amusement* and entertainment.
I don’t think they’re naive, or ignorant. I think a lot of them *know* damn well what they’re doing, or what they’re trying to do.
However, at another level, you’re probably right. M Scott Peck, in his book on Evil, “People of the Lie”, says that one definition of Evil is this: “Evil was defined as the use of power to destroy the spiritual growth of others for the purpose of defending and preserving the integrity of our own sick selves”, or, again, “the exercise of political power – that is, the imposition of one’s will upon others by overt or covert coercion – in order to avoid…spiritual growth”.
Islam is supposed to be *perfect*, the perfect system. Muslims are taught from birth that *they* are perfect, “the best of people”, “forbidding the [islamically] wrong and commanding the [islamically] right”. And therefore, when they run up against *any* evidence that this is not so…and it IS most emphatically NOT SO (Infidels who are freer, happier, healthier, with better-run societies, taller buildings, etc), the first impulse of the Muslims is an obsessive and furious attempt to *destroy* all that evidence which contradicts their [false] self-image.
Islam is the perfect murdering the good.
Defend the Modern World said:
Very interesting phrase.
Sounds like the secretive, isolated, (light-skinned causcasian) Mormon sects in the US. People in these sects purposely avoid society at large, and engage in or permit to happen, sexual perversities under the direction of their leader, who they believe to have a direct line to god. The “believers” are basically naive of and quietly hostile to the rest of the world, but not quite as aggressive as many Muslim men.
Having attended a Catholic grade school, I recognize some of the same effects of the brain-washing that I experienced: “Catholicism is the one true religion”, if you don’t “accept” Jesus, you cannot enter heaven!!!
I actually feel bad for these angry, Muslim men (and women) who find themselves ill-prepared for life in the world outside their Muslim enclaves. Developmentally, they are at a great disadvantage.
The question is how to integrate them into the experience of the rest of our species without alienating them.
So glad to be an atheist!