Saturday, 5 November 2016

Spirit Cooking, and the Inhuman Reign of the Lie

Maybe it is time to switch off the corporate media and use the internet more

A lot has come to light in the past few days and especially in the last 36 hours or so. The notion that members of the global elite worship the devil and engage in sadistic rituals has been floating about the "conspiracy" realm for decades, but now it has come to light through emails published by Wikileaks. The corruption of people like the Bushes and the Clintons is public knowledge, and almost banal. Politicians taking bribes and donations and then doing favours (passing laws, starting wars, granting pardons etc.) for those donors and bribers (corporations, banks, foreign governments etc.) is as normal as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west, and of course, some politicians are more corrupt than others. Some politicians are more "bought" and controlled than others.

The current election cycle in the US is interesting for many reasons, but mainly because it pits a non-politician (namely a businessman, i.e. someone more familiar with the bribing side of things) against not just a career politician but probably the most corrupt politician walking the earth. I've explained in several previous blog posts why actions matter more than rhetoric, and that the career politician's sweet words should not take away from the fact that her evil reeks to high heaven.

Over the past few weeks, more and more crimes and scandals have been unveiled through Wikileaks and Project Veritas, while at the same time the FBI is engaged in another criminal investigation. But now the criminality has broken through to a new level, or maybe I should say an even lower depth of depravity. Now we are looking at satanism and satanic rituals and the sexual abuse of children. You would think threatening a nuclear war with Russia was bad enough. Please watch the video at the top.

This illustrates why it is of paramount importance not to rely on the mainstream media for information about anything, and this was discussed in the second episode of my podcast. Anglosphere Muslims constantly complain about the mainstream media and claim not to trust them, but this lack of trust only applies to Islam and Muslims. When these same organisations talk about the European Union, Donald Trump, Nigel Farage, Hillary Clinton, Tommy Robinson, climate change, and so on and so forth, they are to be believed wholeheartedly and with unflinching devotion. This is cognitive dissonance at best, hypocrisy at worst. Allah the Exalted has said, "You who believe! If an iniquitous person brings you a report, scrutinise it carefully in case you attack people in ignorance and so come to greatly regret what you have done." [al-Hujurat 49:6] In other words, if someone has proven themselves to be untrustworthy and dishonest, do not trust or believe them. Fact check.

Instead, the scandals keep coming to light and spokesmen for Islam in the west continue to parrot the mainstream media narrative that Trump is the result of some form of creeping fascism. This is superficial thinking at its finest, and it is indeed what happens when one not only relies on the mainstream media for news but also insulates oneself within the bubble of political correctness. For decades now, Anglosphere Muslims have had the luxury of dismissing any critique of Islam or Muslims, whether valid or not, as "Islamophobia", "racism", "bigotry" etc. As explained in my articles on cultural Marxism and Islam being a "religion of peace", the false dichotomy that is imposed on people is this: if you don't proclaim that Islam is a "religion of peace", you must mean to say that Islam is the same as ISIS, and therefore you are an Islamophobic bigot. Anyone who is not a Muslim and tries to criticise or even understand why white girls are being raped all over the UK or why ISIS exists is a racist, and so on.

This creates a false sense of security. Just because these questions and criticisms are shamed into silence (which is a typical tactic of cultural Marxists/the progressive left), it is then assumed that the non-expression of such criticisms, questions and opinions is the same as their non-existence. In actual fact, these opinions and criticisms continue to brew under the surface, waiting for the opportunity to be expressed.

Donald Trump brought that opportunity when he announced his candidacy, and brought down the "inhuman reign of the lie". Calling him one or several of the "six hirb" (Sexist, Intolerant, Xenophobic, Homophobic, Islamophobic, Racist, Bigot) has had no effect, just as it had no effect on the British citizens who voted for Brexit. Shaming people into silence is no longer working, the politically correct bubble is disappearing and therefore dismissing any critique or question as racist or Islamophobic is no longer going to wash. Questions will have to answered and critiques will have to be responded to.

Nevertheless, the inhuman reign of the lie still has some sway, and thus these spokesmen for Islam in the west continue to fret and cry about Trump's "outrageous statements, actions, positions and attitudes" while appearing to be completely oblivious of the horrors of the sweet-tongued politician. Her crimes against Muslims (and humanity at large) fill volumes, and her sweet words are nothing but part of her cultural Marxist ideology. Furthermore, the authorities of Islam have been telling Muslims, since 2001, to get out of such countries and come back to the Muslim world. 

Concluding questions:

1) Are these people so desperate to stay in Dar al-Kufr that they are actively seeking to live under a psychopathic, warmongering, devil-worshipper?

2) If they are really there to preach Islam, how it is intelligent to dismiss half of the American population as bigots and fascists and instead worry about the educational and political institutions "not doing their job"? What happened to the importance of dialogue and "reasonable discussion"? Why not use dialogue to intellectually challenge those institutions? Besides, who told them they would be loved and accepted in the first place?

Maybe the dialogue is nothing more than empty platitudes.

Maybe it is just a veneer for more earthly desires.

Maybe Anglosphere Islam is finally being exposed for what it is: intellectually and morally bankrupt.

And Allah knows best.


Anonymous said...

While i have literally stopped watching mainstream media for years now as it feels outdated and waste of time, i don't share the idea guys like Alex Jones and BreitBart are more reliable. I don't have any particular like for Hillary because of her closeness to Muslim Brotherhood and libertine policies will bring to Muslim countries, but going through those devil worship allegations i don't find the evidence convincing.

In this age where trustworthy is becoming scarce, i'd say critical/rational thinking should be most primary and able to sort out facts from all kind of sources whether mainstream media, social media or others.

Mahdi Lock said...

Thank you for writing.

As explained in my blog post "An Utter Waste of Time and Money", mainstream media is paid for by advertisers and therefore they have to attract viewers and keep them glued to the screen long enough to watch the commercials. Furthermore, those advertisers include corporations (such as weapons contractors)and Wall Street banks and therefore there is a narrative that they want to put across. They want to influence public opinion, not gauge it or report on it.

On top of that, the major networks (namely CNN, BBC, MSNBC, CBS, ABC) and newspapers (namely the Guardian, New York Times, Washington Post) are left wing/progressive, and therefore they subscribe to the school of cultural Marxism and political correctness. Opinions that are not politically correct are either shamed and attacked or simply ignored and not reported. For Muslims, this creates the false dichotomy (as explained in my article "Religion of Peace") that Islam is either ISIS or a big white, fluffy teddy bear. If you don't think Islam is the latter then you must think it is the former, and therefore you are an "Islamophobe". There is simply no room for genuine discussion or criticism about Islam and Muslims, and this is not healthy. In addition to being false, it creates immeasurable bitterness and resentment.

Then you have Breitbart, Infowars and people like Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Mike Cernovich, Stefan Molyneux etc. These people do not do political correctness, and neither do the people who comment on their articles and videos. Also, look at the huge numbers they pull in terms of Twitter followers, YouTube subscribers and YouTube views. If you pay attention to these people, you can actually learn what the other half (if not more) of the Anglosphere is thinking. You learn about the opinion, comments, fears and hopes of millions of people that the mainstream media (MSM) will either never report on or will simply dismiss and label as "racist", "xenophobic" etc. Muslims, who should not being relying on the MSM anyway, for any news, because of how they portray and report on Islam and Muslims, are then led down the garden path into thinking that these "xenophobic" opinions are only held by a fringe minority and therefore there is no need to take them seriously, let alone respond to them.

Then Brexit happened. Then Donald Trump won the US presidential election. The names I mentioned above saw it coming from a long way off, especially Cernovich. He saw Trump winning 18 months ago.

For me, it's obvious who is more reliable. Anyone who relies on the names mentioned above for their news is not at all shocked that Donald Trump is now the president-elect. They knew all along that Hillary could only win through some freak accident, or voter fraud. They knew the polls were wrong, and why they were wrong. They knew that CNN etc. and the New York Times etc. were pushing a false narrative, a narrative that did not reflect what half of Americans were actually thinking.

Take a look now at the people who rely on the MSM for their news. They're in shock. They don't know what to do. They think Trump is the reincarnation of Hitler or Mussolini. They thought Hillary was going to win in a landslide. Why are they like this? It is because the MSM lied to them and repeatedly fed them a bogus narrative, and they're still doing it. They've been living in a bubble for years and now it has popped. They're like children who have just learned that Santa Claus isn't real. They're throwing tantrums and rioting in the streets.

The exact same thing happened after the Brexit vote. It's obvious who is more reliable.

As for devil worship, just do more research on Spirit Cooking and Marina Abramovic, and check out the sources in the Infowars article. There is also a lot of circumstantial evidence that backs this up.

Anonymous said...

None of your spirit cooking changes the fact of racist speeches, racist Trump followers on the attack, and racists chosen for official advisor and cabinet posts (4 for 4 so far). Oh yeah, darkness is good, ha.

You don't have to support Clinton to see the importance of blocking unreliable narratives that promote increases of deadly diseases of the heart in simple folk.

Those posing as Muslim intellectuals on this blog should be ashamed to support a lying racist lout and then lean on flimsy circumstantial evidence. No doubt, the video and articles on Breitbart and Infowars are provocative, but those outlets are clearly untrustworthy at best – and mostly anti-Islam and anti-Christ!

As it stands, the conspiracy theorists will continue to contribute no effective research and move on to the next outrage (funded by the Koch brothers).

Maybe America deserves Trump, well perhaps only the minority that supported him. The racists and blind followers of racist louts will only have themselves to blame for God's displeasure.

Anonymous said...

Trumpites are in their own media bubble dominated by fake news bots. People need to use their heads.

People in the US have been demonstrating an election rigged by racist Republicans because they know well what this means. The new administration is proving themselves corrupt already with massive confusion, massive conflicts of interest, foreign influence, nepotism, a Stalin purge, an enemies list, racist staff appointments, and God know what else.

Mahdi Lock said...

Thank you for writing.

1) Calling people you don't agree with "racist" until you're blue in the face doesn't work anymore. Instead, you need to have an argument and that argument has to have substance.

2) Donald Trump has been in the public eye since the 1980s, yet no one accused him of racism until he decided to run against the Democrats in the recent election. Think about that.

The Democrats use the "racist" label to cover their own disgraceful history. It is they who are the party of the KKK and it is they who were against the abolition of slavery:

"In the 1960s the Democratic Party changed its strategy for dealing with African Americans. Thanks to earlier Republican initiatives on civil rights, blatant racial oppression was no longer a viable political option. Whereas before that time Southern Democrats had overtly and proudly segregated and terrorized blacks, the national Democratic Party decided instead to be more subtle and get them as dependent on government as possible. As LBJ so elegantly put it (in a famous moment of candor that was recorded for posterity), "I'll have those niggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years." At the same time, the Democrats started a persistent campaign of lies and innuendo, falsely equating any opposition to their welfare state with racism."

You should also read my article on Cultural Marxism.

On a side note, have you heard of Malik Obama?

Or maybe you hold the notion that black people are incapable of thinking for themselves and have no idea where their best interests lie, and therefore they need white people to guide them and instruct them:

Mahdi Lock said...

3) I'm not posing as anything on this blog. If you don't like it, or it triggers you, don't read it. It is not my job to validate your feelings and emotions.

4)I have nothing to be ashamed of. Should I be ashamed of not wanting the United States to go to war, most likely nuclear, with Russia? Should I be ashamed of being anti-ISIS? This is what Hillary Clinton is in favour of:

Shaming people into silence is a typical tactic of Cultural Marxism. It's not an argument and it's certainly not going to work here.

4) Breitbart and Infowars, along with the other sources mentioned in my comment above, have a far better sense of what is happening on the ground than any of the corporate media. Furthermore, who told you that unbelievers, any of them, would be pro-Islam? Why would you even have such an expectation? You've clearly never read the Qur'an in a language that you understand. Again, see my posts on Cultural Marxism and the one entitled "Religion of Peace". Actions speak louder than words.

Mahdi Lock said...

5) The Koch Brothers are pro-Clinton and anti-Trump:

You might want to check out this article as well while you're on that site:

6) It's the Democrats who rig elections:

There are four videos on the topic from Project Veritas, making it very clear which party is steeped in more corruption, a lot more corruption. You also have to bear in mind, as even Michael Moore of all people admitted, that Wall Street, corporate America, the career politicians AND the mainstream media were all against Trump, and they still are now. CNN, especially, was in direct collusion with the Democratic Party, as shown in the Podesta emails published by Wikileaks.

7) Even if Hillary Clinton "officially" wins the popular vote, this will most likely be down to voter fraud and rigging, as clearly demonstrated in the Project Veritas videos. Furthermore, her supporters had no enthusiasm. Trump was doing 2-3 rallies a day and drawing in crowds of thousands upon thousands, filling up stadiums. Clinton was doing a few rallies a week, if that, and struggling to get a few hundred people into far smaller venues:

8) Here are a few articles to help you understand how Trump works:

In conclusion, you can say what you want about "Trumpites". Political correctness is quickly dying and you will have to be prepared to answer questions and criticisms about Islam and Muslims. Crying "racism" or "Islamophobia" is simply not going to wash anymore.

Anonymous said...

Speech matters and it's easy to see, for anyone that can hear, that the Trumpites ARE racist. All but one of his currently named staff for the next admin are clearly racist. It's no accident that the KKK and neo-Nazis support him. Did you ever ask yourself why big politicians don't call for heavy fines on those who hire illegal aliens?

Anyone who can deny the clear facts is hypnotized by satanic whisperings, including those who avowedly hate Islam. Trumps consultants include Frank Gaffney and Robert Spencer, and similar, which are shameful choices. But hey, you have Dershowitz coming to the defense!

\\\\“Darkness is good... Dick Cheney. Darth Vader. Satan. That’s power. It only helps us when they... get it wrong. When they’re blind to who we are and what we’re doing.”\\\\

Vague but Machiavellian either way. The way of Goebbels is not the way of the prophets!

///We're just going to throw it up against the wall and see if it sticks. It will be as exciting as the 1930s...///

There's no defense of either Clinton. Their blatant selling of influence, harmful policies of the 90s, rigging the Primaries, and tonedeaf refusal to expand influence beyond their circle speaks for itself. Nor is there any defense of the mainstream media for the most part. But that's no reason to submit to the worst that America has to offer.

Well beyond the crass comments, racist propaganda, and public tantrums, Trump and company's massive conflicts of interest and lack of transparency should disturb thinking people. We don't need another swindler or full-tilt bozo. Please, Trump and Citizen's United funders like Mercer and Koch are only interested in crony capitalism. Trump supporters have no inkling of the reality of blind trust, or blind following.

You're not American apparently, but it’s still a decent place and deserves better than bankrupt authoritarian bigots who have left a trail of corruption. Of course not all Americans who voted against Clinton fully support Trump – but they must be honest with themselves about what Trump is about.

Perhaps when you finish with the comic strips, you might try to get real:

Mahdi Lock said...

Thank you for writing.

I really don't think you're paying attention. You're not reading my blog posts or my comments carefully.

1) What does "Trumpites are racist" have to do with illegal immigration? Big politicians will never call out the corporations that hire illegal aliens because those same corporations donate to their election campaigns. The corporations hire illegal aliens because they want cheap labour.

2) I don't care about Americans who hate Islam, and I'm not surprised by them either. Read Surat al-Baqarah 2:120, Aal Imran 3:186 and Muhammad 47:9. Furthermore, Muslims should not be living in such countries, as I've demonstrated in several articles and fatawa on my blog. I wrote this a year ago:

3) The quote from Steve Bannon is out of context:

You should also look into Cultural Marxism and the differences between nationalism and globalism. MAGA Mindset by Mike Cernovich is an excellent book for understanding why so many Americans (including whites) support Trump, even though more Black and Latino votes than Romney, as even the Washington Post admits:

Mahdi Lock said...

4) You seem to think that I'm advocating Trump as some sort of pro-Islam candidate. Let me summarise my stance:

a) Muslims should not be living in Dar al-Kufr. If they are, they should be either seeking to leave or they should be as autonomous as possible, so much so that whoever is president will have little effect on them. America is not a decent place for a Muslim.

b) Muslims should be living in the Muslim world, in Dar al-Islam. I would like to see Dar al-Islam as somewhere safe and free of malevolent foreign interference. I don't want to see the American government funding terrorists in order to bring down regimes that they disagree with. These people destroyed Iraq and Libya and are doing their best to destroy Syria.

c) With Hillary Clinton we know exactly what to expect: more of the same if not worse.

4) Hillary Clinton wants war with Russia over Syria, which would most likely lead to a world war (NATO would get involved as well as China and Iran) and it would be nuclear. This doesn't seem to bother you in the least, because "Trump is racist!". You need to be honest with yourself about what Hillary Clinton is about.

5) And Hillary Clinton has left no trail of corruption?

6) Scott Adams writes comic strips, which means that everything he writes is a comic strip. Right.

7) The article from alternet is just typical cultural Marxist shaming. In other words, anyone who disagrees with me is _______ (insert: sexist, racist, homophobic, intolerant, bigoted etc.) All the article does is argue that, no matter what, any white person who voted for Trump is a racist:

"At this moment in history, this means that people like you who voted for and support Donald Trump are racists who have made a decision to do harm to your fellow Americans."

This is your example of "get real"? Voting for Trump had nothing to do with wanting jobs, or better jobs, or better trade deals, or border security, or security against terrorism, or peace with Russia?

White people are a race, too, but it's not racist to make such a generalised assumption about them? It's not racist to say that the Blacks and Hispanics who voted for Trump were "seduced"? This sounds a lot like Benjamin Barber:

Again, look into cultural Marxism:

In conclusion, and as I explained in the second episode of my podcast, my concern is the Muslim world. I want America out of the Muslim world. Furthermore, I do not want to be killed in a nuclear war. Hillary Clinton is a continuation of the same policies (of Obama, both Bushes, her husband, etc.), if not worse, as none of those presidents ever threatened a war with Russia.