Islam is behind the Paris bombings, the Mali hostage situation, 7/7 in London, and all the other more than 20,000 terrorist attacks since 9/11. Media must stop saying “ISIS has claimed responsibility,” “The Taliban did it,” or “We’re looking for the ringleader.” When they ask such questions, they back up the multicultural idea that the religion is okay, it’s only a few bad apples that are giving Islam a bad name. To win this battle, we must identify the enemy properly. It is Islam!
“But, Culturist John,” you might ask, “You’re not saying all Muslims are terrorists, are you?” “No. But, I am a culturist, I believe cultural diversity is real. And, Muhammed was a warrior. He fought in over 20 battles, established a theocracy and beheaded dissenters. If you follow Muhammed, you’re glorifying an expansionist theocratic killer. You’re part of a religion dedicated to violently taking over the world.”
Multiculturalists deny that Islam is behind all these attacks. Ironically, multiculturalists tell you that all religions are the same. They say, “Islam is a religion of peace. We’re only hunting a few groups: ISIS, the Taliban, Al-Quaeda, Lone Wolves. Then all will be peaceful again.” BS. If you follow Muhammed, you glorify a theocratic warrior killer! As a culturist I am dedicated to convincing the multicultural West that cultural diversity is real. Islam as a whole is behind all of these attacks.
Then the Left claims, “Muslim’s attack because of what the West did in Iraq. It’s because of Israel.” This also pushes the idea that deep down, Islam only wants peace. So I answer, “Did Mali participate in the Iraq war? Why are Muslims attacking in Thailand? How about India? Why are Muslims attacking Muslims? Why did Islam take Spain in 711? Was that because of Iraq? Israel?” I’ll answer my own rhetorical questions: Islam’s attacks are not a response to a specific policy. Starting with Muhammed in 622 A.D., Islam has always sought to impose global theocracy via violence.
“But not all Muslims are terrorists,” they cry. Culturists reply, “Many ‘Christians’ never go to church, (which doesn’t take much commitment). And, not all Muslims are brave enough to go on suicide missions. But to support Jesus is to support a pacifist, who valued individuals. To support Muhammed is to support a killer dedicated to theocracy. All mosques promote the values of this expansionist theocratic warrior. They are guilty! Individual Muslims may not be violent. But, Islam is!”
As a culturist, my focus is cultural diversity being real. Islam is a violent theocratic religion bent on world domination. And, to highlight cultural differences, we culturists must denounce the media when they ask, “Who was the ringleader?” or “Was ISIS responsible?” or they say, “We are searching for the suspect in Belgium.” We culturists must shout, “The problem is not Al-Quaeda in Mali or ‘the suspect’ or ‘ISIS’; the problem is Islam!”