Thursday 19 November, 2015 by Uncle Spike
A couple of times recently I have posted my thoughts about the ongoing wave of destructiıon that the idiots waving their black flags and Kalashnikov’s seem intent to wreak on the rest of humanity.
These scum say they are Muslim. How dare they.
Like many Muslims, I am appalled at their wanton destruction of lives, land, and property. But please understand this. This is not an attack on ‘the west’, but an attack on humanity. They have slaughtered many thousands more Muslims than any other group based on religion or nationality. Basically, it seems, anyone who doesn’t buy into their doctrine is their enemy, hence they kill, maim, and defile all who dare to live outside their ranks.
Like many of you, I’m sure, when we read between the lines that the sensationalistic mainstream media put out, we start to see how much of a minority they really are. And no, the 1.6 billion of us out there who follow Islam are not just waiting around every corner to bite your heads off; just as the KKK or IRA represent their whole faith either. As I said, they have killed thousands and thousands of Muslims, and continue to do so. So please, think deeply before joining those who believe that maybe I’m “Spike the Jihadi”, just because of who I am, what I believe as a person, or what part of the world I live in.
This post is titled “Who would join me?”.
Would you join me in putting out a statement, as bloggers united together; united as members of humanity, even if we hail from different parts of the planet, practise different religions, or none, or happen to carry different passports?
My plan is to draft a simple short statement (to be agreed up front of course, via email before publication), listing those bloggers who agree to be a part of this, and then post it this weekend. Nothing more dramatic than that, but I feel that if we can show that at least some of us can stand together, then that’s one tiny, yet significant victory against this evil being perpetrated against us all.
Interested? Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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With my regards and thanks, and wishing you a peaceful evening, morning or whatever time this is for you, wherever you are.