Make Them Contagious


A couple months ago at work, two guys were talking about ISIS and the truck attack in Nice, France. It was a perfect opportunity to inject some solid facts into two minds. I said, "Do you know why ISIS kills people in France? Do you know what they hope to achieve?"

The look on their faces was kind of funny. It was simultaneously a look of surprise that they actually didn't know, and curiosity.

I said, "They're following the work of an Islamic strategist who wrote a paper in 2005 called The Management of Savagery. The strategist pointed out that Islam can't just take over countries by force like they used to do in the old days. Non-Muslim countries would intervene and stop them."

I went on to explain the strategy: To produce enough random murders that people feel anxiety and don't trust their own government to protect them. The idea is to make people motivated to accept Islam is the ruling force just to find some kind of relief from the perpetual feeling of fear. I could tell this made something click in their heads. The strange phenomenon of random acts of horrific violence suddenly made sense, but it made sense in a way that awakened them to the determined scheming behind it. What they were witnessing in these violent acts was not just "extremists" with a grudge, but a much larger and longer-range plan than they had imagined. The immediate victims of the violence weren't the only victims. The strategy aims to make the whole country the victim.

I have the email address of one of those guys, so after work, when I got home, I shared An Inquiry Into Islam article with him (it explains more about Management of Savagery). He doesn't know I have anything to do that website (Inquiry Into Islam) or this one (Citizen Warrior), and doesn't know I wrote the article. The next day he said, "That was very interesting." I used this opportunity. I said, "This is a big deal. There are attacks all the time now. Everybody is aware of that. But if you asked a hundred people why they're doing it, I'll bet not one of them would know the answer. And we should all know at least that much."

In other words, I made it clear that he was now in possession of important information that everyone should know and that most people don't know. My intention was to motivate him to share it. And he did.

He shared it with another guy at work, and then sent him the same article. Then he shared the article on his Facebook page. When someone made a comment on his Facebook post arguing with the article, he came back to me and asked me what I thought of the comment. Since I'm a friend of his on Facebook, I answered the person's comment.

The reason I'm pointing this out is that I stumbled upon one good way to motivate people to share what they're learning with others. First I made him curious. Then I provided a very interesting and relevant piece of information. And then when he showed interest, I made him aware that he was in possession of important knowledge that his fellow citizens were unaware of, which motivated him to spread the word. I'll have to do that some more. I encourage you to try it too, and let us know how it goes.


Walter Sieruk 1:18 PM  

On Bastille Day in Nice France there was that jihadist/Muslim terror attack. This jihad attack, like the others, was vicious, malicious and murderous. At first that jihadist opened fired into a group of people and then he plowed into and through, with a large truck, a crowd of people. In that deadly Islamic terror attack in Nice it was so awful and hideous that one witness, just after that Islamic terror attack, described the scene as “bodies everywhere.” Another wittiness said “I was standing in blood, It’ everywhere.” This Islamic jihadist attack in Nice resulted in 84 murdered and over 200 injured. This violent and heinous murderous action of Islamic violence is based on the violence and killing that is part of the doctrines of the Koran, as some call Islam’s “holy book” the Qur’an . To give only a few of many example of this from the Koran is Sura 2:191 which instructs “Kill the disbelievers wherever you fine them.” Likewise, the Koran also teaches “Whenever you encounter the unbeliever’s strike of their heads, until you make a great slaughter among them…” Sura 47:4. Let’s face it , using a firearm and a truck can sure make a greater “slaughter among them” then a sword can . In addition, that jihad –minded Muslim also died in the brutal and deadly Islamic attack. This too is Koranic based. For the Koran instructs “The believers fight in Allah’s Cause, they slay and are slain, they kill and are killed.” Sura 9:111. So it’s not wise to be taken in as in fool as or snowed , by the many apologists for Islam who make the false claim that “Islam is a peaceful religion that was hijacked by criminal for politics” That is a lame attempt to hide as in cover up the violent and deadly essence of that religion which is Islam.

Walter Sieruk 1:20 PM  

There been denials that the Bastille Day jihadist with his murderous terrorism was really a Muslim. This denial is based on the grounds that he has engaged in un-Islamic activities. For example, he ate pork and drank alcohol. This is the same line of reasoning which denied that the Muslim terrorists shooter and mass murderer of Orlando was a real Muslim because it was said that he might have had “homosexual tendencies.” Likewise, some people have even said that the 9/11 hijackers were not actual Muslims because two of them, maybe, attended a strip joint during the night of September 10, 2001. All such claims aren’t taking into account that according to Islam if a jihad –minded Muslim dies in a jihad suicide/homicide attack, which they call a “martyrdom operation,” then all his sins are wiped clean and he will then enter into paradise. These meaning all his sins, whatever those sins are. Including the eating of pork, or the drinking of alcohol, homosexual tendencies or spending time in a strip joint. In conclusion, that jihadist terrorist mass murder at the city in Nice France on July 14 was a real Muslim terrorist.

Anonymous 2:04 PM  

Yes this is a good article it talks about fear...fear I think is one of the most disabling emotions it can lead to negative feelings of not being able to speak up about the feared thing, to depression, to mental illnesses....I wonder if any psychological studies have been done on people to show the level of fear that is out there in the community as a direct result of terrorism and Islam. Fear also leads to DENIAL and this denial of what is going on with sharia, lack of women's rights, terrorism, the fact that the Prophet was a war lord, apostasy etc...this means that a terrible thing is happening for freedom of speech and genuine peace between nations means shining a light on areas that need improvement, not ignoring them and glossing over it and pretending all is ok when it is not. The old song: "have a go, you can do it, have a go, you'll come through it....." is a good one that should be remembered when it says: "But everything is not Ok." We need to recognise everything is not ok. And shine a light on what is not ok, including Islam.

Unknown 9:51 PM  

A very good post!

Looking further at tactics - a *very* important and productive way to make progress against Islam is to "own" the narrative about it.

I can give two examples. People talk about Islam as a religion. It is *not* - it is an ideology.
People also talk about those flooding into Europe as "refugees" or "immigrants". They are not - they are *invaders*.

If all those against Islam can make a real effort to use these two correct terms - ideology and invaders - to refer to those two things, it will start to make a *real* difference.

Walter Sieruk 7:19 AM  

An outlandishly false statement of extreme folly I saw for the first time on a tee-shirt a young man was wearing in the year 1974. Which had printed on it the saying “It doesn’t matter what you believe as long as your sincere.” That was statement of total falsehood and complete nonsense. For example, in the book entitled DEFYING ISIS by Johnnie Moore on page 30 it informs the reader about the jihadists who compose ISIS that “They sincerely believe they are doing justice by ridding the world of another generation of Christians, so they massacre them with pure joy.” In other words, the jihadist /Muslims of ISIS are sincere and thus believe and feel that they are “doing the right thing” by their brutal, cruel mass murder of Christians. Therefore, since the ISIS jihadists are sincere it followers, naturally, in their delusional Islamic mindset and worldview they actually “good intentions .” As strange, odd and ironic as this is. A semi-good way to explain this would is in history many Marxists had murdered many people to obtain the goal of the “greater good for a workers paradise.” In that aspect those murdering Marxists had “good intentions.” So in contrast to that foolishness and falsehood of folly false statement ,just sited above , is the tragic but true reality based statement .Which is that “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”

Citizen Warrior 10:49 PM  

I agree. However, I think dividing this issue along liberal-conservative lines is unproductive and inaccurate. Many liberals understand the threat, and some conservatives do not. The line is the educated versus the uneducated or the awakened versus the as-yet-unawakened.

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