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Muhammad, King of Medina
By Scott Rohter, September 2012
Anybody that knows anything about the Muslim World knows that there never was such a thing as the “Arab Spring.” That phrase was probably dreamed up in a B.B.C. studio. The whole concept of an actual thawing in the Arab World’s freezer like existence is so unreal that it is almost laughable. It would be laughable if their Middle Eastern, Middle Aged, Islamic existence wasn’t so pathetic. Today women in Saudi Arabia still can’t drive a car down the street! They can’t even go outside of the house without a male escort. If two young Muslim teenagers of the opposite sex are caught holding hands, in some Muslim countries the young woman can be stoned to death! There are still honor killings. Women have acid thrown in their faces if they deny or defy their husbands which leaves them disfigured for the rest of their lives.
Progressive journalists at the B.B.C. who first dreamed up the term “Arab Spring” have perpetuated a hoax upon their listeners. Sure the Arabs of the Middle East could actually use a Spring in their freezer like existence, but all they got was just another jockeying for power that has always occurred in this part of the world from time to time between different groups, sects, tribes, or factions as they each vie for power in a troubled world. The term “Arab Spring” is such a misnomer when it is used to describe what is actually going on over there that the journalists who dreamed it up, and the rest of the Western media who continue to promulgate it, should all be tried in Western Courts as accessories to the murderous acts of their darling little Middle Eastern savages.
When I refer to what is actually going on in the Middle East I call it an Islamic polar shift. The poles of our planet shift every so many thousand years, and so do the rulers in charge of the Middle East. It happens a little more frequently in the Middle East than it does at the poles, nevertheless it is still a great shift of power in a very long Islamic Ice Age. The entire Uma is kept frozen solid, as hard as a rock, somewhere in the dark ages where the warming light of the Sun cannot ever reach it. It is held captive there by their fear mongering Mullahs and Ayatollahs, and by their blind allegiance to an ignorant 7th Century Bedouin’s rather superstitious beliefs. Muhammad was a member of a relatively backward desert tribe that wandered the Arabian Peninsula in search of trade and pasture for their livestock. He had virtually no understanding of Judaism or Christianity thanks to the Roman conquest of Judea and Samaria and the subsequent decline and fall of the Roman and later the Byzantine Empires.
Muhammad’s belief in a supreme being was influenced mostly by his own personal opinions, and by a dream that he allegedly had, and by his rather limited exposure to the few Christians and Jews that he met along his journeys. Unless we in the West want to hide in the dark for the rest of our known existence, and allow Western Civilization to revert back to the Dark Ages too, then we need to muster up the courage and put an definite end to these violent and murderous acts coming from the millions of spiritual descendants of the Bedouin tribesman and King of Medina.
"The truth, the political truth, and nothing but the political truth.
A journalist has no better friend than the truth." - Scott Rohter
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