What We’ve Got Here is, “Failure to Assimilate”

07 Dec

A Compulsion to Compel [courtesy Google Images]

A Compulsion to Compel Obedience
[courtesy Google Images]

If you’re old enough to remember the A.D. 1967 movie “Cool Hand Luke” (starring Paul Newman) you might recall that when Luke insulted the warden, the warden (Strother Martin) knocked him down and said “What we’ve got here, is . . . failure . . . to communicate”.

Well, similarly, “what we’ve got here” (today, in America), in relation to devout Muslim immigrants, is “failure . . . to assimilate.”


Yahoo News published an article on the recent murders in San Bernardino, California.  I thought the headline—“Mosque members on San Bernardino shooter: ‘He was living the American dream’”—was especially revealing.


“Several Muslims who worshiped with the San Bernardino shooter say they were shocked by his killing spree because he had appeared mild mannered and ‘peaceful’.”


These Jihadists did not spend their days swinging scimitars above their heads and screaming “Death To America!” over bullhorns.  They didn’t look or sound like “terrorists”—they looked like us.

Point:  You can’t judge a terrorist by his “cover”.


“Members of the California mosques where gunman Syed Rizwan Farook prayed . . . told NBC News that they did not understand how he turned to violence when he appeared to have everything going for him.

“He was living the American dream. . . . .He had a really good job, really good pay. He had a wife. . . . He had a warm house.  He had a baby.”


Point:  The “American Dream” was not enough to overcome Farook’s Muslim faith and inclination to Jihad.  No matter what America might’ve provided for Farook and his family, it wasn’t enough—it could never be enough—to overcome the violent implications of his faith.

Farook and his wife, no matter how well they might’ve lived, no matter how much freedom they might’ve enjoyed—could never be “assimilated” into the American culture.

Implication:  No devout Muslim will ever be “assimilated” into the American culture.

More, devout Muslims will not settle for isolation or “segregation”.  They are compelled by their faith to overcome and even destroy any native culture that’s foreign to the Muslim faith.


•  I don’t believe that the two San Bernardino jihadists were an anomaly. I believe that a refusal to “assimilate” into the American culture is common to all devout Muslims.  I see the San Bernardino jihadists are stark evidence of the insanity of allowing more Muslims to enter into America.

Not all Muslims, but many, perhaps most, have no intention of ever “assimilating” into the American culture.  They enter this country as invaders who aren’t simply interested in sharing the American Dream.  Instead, they’re determined to destroy the American culture and replace it with a Muslim theocracy—or at least terrorize America into becoming a police state.

Why?  Because the American culture, that provided the basis for whatever prosperity we may still enjoy, was based on principles found in Christianity.  Those principles aren’t found in the Muslim faith and are therefore contrary to the Muslim faith.

Would you like an example of a principle that’s central to the American culture that Muslims can’t tolerate?

A Faith That Despises Freedom [courtesy Google Images]

A Faith That Despises Freedom
[courtesy Google Images]

How ‘bout “freedom of speech”?  Muslim demonstrators routinely carry signs saying “Death to All Who Insult the Muslim Faith”.  They don’t believe that anyone should be free to say critical things about their faith.

How ‘bout “freedom of religion”?  Like most people who are religious, the Muslims presume theirs is the only true faith.  The world’s Jews, Catholics, Protestants all also believe their religion the only true faith.  But unlike most other religions that believe theirs is the only true faith, devout Muslims take their faith a step further by arguing that all other religions are intolerable and all non-Muslims should be enslaved or killed.

How ‘bout freedom, in general?  Muslim demonstrators routinely carry signs that say “To Hell With Freedom!”  At bottom, the Muslim culture is conducive to a strict theocracy enforced at the edge of a sword.  Muslims are opposed to all freedom—especially for non-Muslims. Muslims believe their faith is not optional but is compulsory.

We Christians look at Muslim demonstrators waiving signs about “Freedom Go to Hell” and we regard those signs as so incomprehensible that their holders must simply be profoundly ignorant.  Who, in their right mind, would object to “freedom”?  We suppose that after they’ve been in the western world for a while, got a mortgage on a house and a flat-screen TV, the Muslims come to appreciate freedom and realize how stupid those signs were.

We Christians are wrong.

The Muslims holding signs saying “Freedom Go To Hell!” aren’t lying, ignorant or stupid.  They are telling us a fundamental principle of their faith:  freedom in general and freedom of religion in particular, be damned.

It seems incomprehensible to the western mind and Christian faith that anyone could seriously object to freedom.  But, that’s exactly what Muslims adamantly believe and their opposition to freedom is central to their faith.

If you can tell me how a people who despise freedom as an act of faith can “compromise” with a people who love freedom as an essential element of their faith, I will tell you how these two people can be “assimilated”.  If you can’t tell me how those of intentionally despise freedom can compromise with with those who love freedom, then I will tell you that these two peoples can never be assimilated.


•  I’m not a student of the Muslim faith, but I recently heard someone (can’t recall who) who seemed credible, and who claimed that the Qur’an does not include a word equivalent to the English word “compromise”. I don’t know if that claim is true.  However, it’s definitely true that Muslims (like all religious people) refuse to compromise the basic principles of their particular faith.

For example, as a Protestant, I have no intention of compromising what I believe are the fundamental principles of my faith.  I am, in some regards, just as intransigent as Mr. Farook and his wife.  However, as much as I intend to cling to my own faith, I am very different from Muslims in that I have no inclination to force my faith on others by means of law, violence or beheadings.

A (perhaps, “the”) fundamental idea behind Christianity is that each man or woman voluntarily chooses to follow the Christ and thereby become a Christian.  No one is forced to be a Christian. Freedom to choose—or reject—the Christian faith is essential to determining who is, and is not, a Christian and who will, or will not, receive salvation.  The Christ will knock on your door.  He will not knock your door down with a tank.  It’s up to you to voluntarily choose to answer, or refuse to answer, His knock.

My disinclination to force my faith on others is a fundamental difference between most western peoples and Muslims.  Those of us in the West embrace the idea of freedom of religion.  If you want to be a Catholic, be one.  If you choose to be a Protestant, be one.

Even if you want to be an atheist, Hindu, or Satanist—be one.  Depending on the faith you choose, you might get some dirty looks.  Your kids might not be invited to play with my kids.  You’ll probably never be elected to public office so long as you openly embrace a faith that’s not biblical.  But, insofar as a fundamental principle of western culture is freedom of religion (that is, freedom not only to practice, but to choose your religion), your unconventional faith will generally be tolerated—at least so long as you tolerate the Bible-based faiths.

However, at its hard core, the Muslim faith does not embrace, recognize or tolerate a freedom of religion—a freedom to choose your religion.  If you want to be Jew, die.  If you want to be a Catholic, die.  If you want to be a Protestant, atheist, Hindu, Satanist or anything other than a Muslim, you die.


•  Imagine a faith—and then a culture—and then a people—who have no use, or even word, for “compromise”. Imagine a faith, culture and people who are fervent in their denial of the fundamental freedom of choosing your religion.

Could such a faith, culture or people ever be assimilated into another culture foreign to their own?  For such people, assimilation would be tantamount to suicide.  Such people will always refuse to be assimilated.

Even people like the Farooks in San Bernardino—who “had it all”—would rather kill and die than be assimilated.  Remember, according to members of the mosques they attended, the husband “appeared to have everything going for him. . . . He was living the American dream. . . . a really good job, really good pay. . . a wife. . . . warm house . . . [even] a baby.”

Clearly, those jidadists were devout Muslims.  They gave up everything, including a new-born baby and even their lives, to serve their faith.  On a personal level, their sacrifice was comparable to that of the Christ.

I’m not here to mock the Muslims.

I think they’re crazy.  I think they’re diseased. But you have to respect their commitment.  I admire their faith, up to a point.  I wish more Christians were similarly devout in terms of recognizing and holding tight to the principles of their faith and culture.

However, if I’m not here to mock Muslims, I am here to call a spade a spade.

Devout Muslims are like wild animals. The West is just as foolish to admit devout Muslims into the western world as it would be to allow crocodiles in public swimming pools.  It ain’t gonna work.  You can’t mix the public with the crocodiles and you can’t mix the Muslims with Christendom (the western world).

You can’t “assimilate” crocodiles into public swimming pools and you can’t assimilate devout Muslims into Christendom.  Ohh, such “assimilations” might seem to work for a while (it seemed to work for a while with Mr. & Mrs. Farook).  But whenever the crocodiles and/or the Muslims reach a certain population density, there will be “holy wars” marked by “ethnic cleansing” and the worst kinds of violence man can do to man.

If you live within a Muslim majority, you will inevitably be made to say the words that praise Allah and establish your claim to be a Muslim.  They don’t care what you believe in your heart. You could actually be a Protestant or a Satanist in your heart, but so long as you could be forced (perhaps by threats of beheading) to praise Allah with your words, you’d be welcome into the Mosque.

Can you imagine such compulsion in the Protestant faith?  Can you imagine being forced to say “I’m a Christian” and being accepted not only into the local church, but also accepted by the Christ and by God?  In the Christian faith, God will judge you based on your heart, not your words.  The fact that you’ve been forced to say, “I’m a Christian,” won’t be enough to save you from damnation.  You have to make a personal choice to follow the Christ and “be” or “become” a “Christian”.  And it has to be a free choice.

Devout Muslims sneer at the concept of free choice of religion. They claim to worship the same God as is worshipped by Christians and Jews.  But, for Muslims, it appears that that same God won’t judge you according to your heart and free choices.  You’ll be judged by your words and conduct, regardless of whatever your truly believe.

For Muslims, it’s simple:  say the words and you’ll be saved.

For Christians, it’s a little more complicated:  saying the words is not enough; you must actually and sincerely believe those words—and that sincere belief is reached only by sincere, personal choice.  That choice can only be made in the context of a culture that recognizes a freedom to choose, or reject, the Christian faith.

For devout Muslims, freedom of choice is anathema.  You will obey, like it or not, or you will be beheaded.


•  I believe that the difference between the Christian necessity for freedom to choose their faith and the Muslim need for compulsion is so great and fundamental that Muslims don’t belong in the Christian world. Christians don’t belong in the Muslim world.  Make a line.  Muslims stay on one side; Christians stay on the other.  Muslims and Christians are not compatible—they can’t be compatible—because Muslims insist on no compromise, no assimilation and no freedom—especially the freedom to not only practice, but to choose, your own religion.

The essence of Christianity is voluntary choice.  The essence of Islam is involuntary compulsion.

The Muslims who refuse to be assimilated are right.  No compromise is possible between one faith that’s based on violent compulsion and another faith based on voluntary choice.

Segregation is essential.

Those who bring Muslims into America are guaranteeing that a “clash of civilizations” will take place, right here, in America.  One civilization believes in freedom to choose your religion.  The other “civilization” says “To Hell with Freedom” to choose your own religion.

No compromise is possible.  As seen in the Farooks’ attack in San Benardino, the fundamental distinctions between devout Muslims and other faiths are too great for “assimilation” to take place.  You either segregate now or eventually fight to the death.


Posted by on December 7, 2015 in Christendom, Christianity, Muslims


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19 responses to “What We’ve Got Here is, “Failure to Assimilate”

  1. LC in Texas

    December 7, 2015 at 2:21 PM

    “In the first place, We should insist that if the immigrant Who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American…There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag… We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language… And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”
    Words of: Theodore Roosevelt

    • Mick

      December 11, 2015 at 8:59 PM

      Christianity is, essentially, the number one thing to be. An American Christian and a French Christian, and a Liberian Christian may do things differently, but, we all have Christ in Common, and theoretically, we are not going to kill each other because one thinks a Republic is the way to go, and another thinks a king is the way governments should be run, and yet another, a democracy is the best way to do things.

      Just picture an America that rejects violently, (New Testament) Biblical teaching. What then, for the American Christian? Does he now, proudly declare he is an American in every facet? If he does, he probably has just become the enemy of the Great God and a minion of Satan. Who needs and can support THAT wholeheartedly?

      Do I have to remind anybody that American Christians have been forced to accept the Sodom and Gomorrah lifestyle without our consent? How about constant murder (abortion)? How about kicking God out of the educational system for which we are forced to pay? On and on it goes and it is getting worse and worse.

      • thecompanyofcreators

        December 12, 2015 at 5:22 PM

        It’s your Government, “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
        So “Alter or abolish” that which you do not like. Remember though that “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men,..” So if you desire “freedom” of your beliefs then it seems only reasonable that you “secure” the rights of others to their beliefs.
        The moment you “impose” your beliefs on others you then are creating law that “imposing” is acceptable and it is just a matter of time before you are being imposed upon. This is the reason I say that those who think they are empowered by their religion to behead someone must first behead themselves because they are blasphemous towards their God in that they will admit that “God” created everything but fail to recognize that as easily as “God” created someone “God” can take them out. And surely as “God” created everything “God” or “Allah” created their belief as well. When “God” or “Allah” or “Jehovah” “Bananaha” or what ever “Label” one so “Blasphemously” puts “upon” the Creator is a “sin” and worthy of whatever “punishment” that “God”, “Allah”, “Jehovah”, “Banananha ah ha” can surly impose the sentence without the help of a mere mortal idiot who is so arrogant to believe that he or she has the authority to limit Creator and Creators creations.
        In the blink of an eye universes are created and destroyed at the mere whim of the Creator, surely Creator needs no help from any pee-on-earth unhumane idiot yapping about what their tiny little brain has been conditioned to believe Creator is, desires or needs to be done for Creator. Give me a break,, are you kidding me? Until you have even touched the edge of this solar system never the less strolled through the milky way, never the less traveled to distant universes, and danced with Creator, do you have any inkling of what Creator desires. So “jump off” your high horse and fall on your own sword, behead yourself and enforce your own law upon yourself first, before you even think about imposing it upon anyone else!!!!!
        How about the man that believes in every so called “God” religion, concept, idea, perspective? After all they all seem to make someone happy or have some purpose in someone’s life… so who said one has to believe in just one? I have spent time in many religions and they all seem to have very similar concepts and ideals and yet they all have limits which is why I move to another and study with them. In all my travels to many many cultures and religions I still have not found one that fulfills my needs which is to embrace all that Creator has created and do all things in kindness.
        Most religions have some form of bullshit in them which restricts Creator and people. The Creator I know does not restrict anyone and in fact all observations show that Creator loves diversity above everything. Simple observation and science reveals that no two snow flakes are alike, no two grains of sand are alike, thus Creator has gone to a lot of trouble to make sure that everything.. literally everything is unique and different. So why on earth would anyone believe in a religion that limits Creator or people to one perspective, thought, concept, idea, or principle except the only one that remains true in all situations “That all men (like everything else in the universes) are created equal (equal in uniqueness and diversity) and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights…”
        So who the hell has any right or power (except by imposition, threat, intimidation, coercion, oppression, injury or conditioning= bullies) to tell anyone else what to do or believe? No one nor anything. “any Thing in this Constitution of laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.” !!!!
        You know the old saying “do unto other as you would have done unto yourself”? WRONG!! have you seen how people treat themselves? Instead, “do unto yourself as you would have done unto others” and leave everyone alone to “do unto themselves”. or “Judge not lest ye be judged, with what you meet shall be met unto you.”
        So if you want to impose or “meet unto” others your religion then impose or “meet unto” your own “self” all the other beliefs and religions to fulfill your own desire to impose. Once you do that I can assure you that you will no longer desire to impose your old belief or religion on anyone because you will no longer have those beliefs and religion. Perfect.
        Go in peace.. do all things in kindness
        and let others alone on their journey on their unique pathway and their special one and only never to be repeated nor ever done before relationship with their Creator.
        Time taken to judge or impose is time taken away from spending with your Creator. How much love do you show when you are not spending time with your Creator?

      • Mick

        December 16, 2015 at 5:31 PM

        Though, for a large part, I would tend to agree with you on certain points, I am not sure how your reply is responsive to my comment.
        On the other hand, I just finished reading the Treaty of Paris (Treaty of Peace) of 1782-83 in which the King of England capitulates certain of his realm in America to the Americans. It is entitled, “The Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783” and begins with the following: “In the name of the most holy and undivided Trinity.”
        Then it starts on paragraph #1: “It having pleased the Divine Providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, duke of Brunswick and Lunebourg, arch-treasurer and prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire etc., and of the United States of America, ….”
        This may be hard for lying politicians and bureaucrats who call themselves “Christians” (yeah, I know a few, but they aren’t Christians, and we are given the authority to say so when Jesus said, “you will know them by their fruits,” etc.), atheists, agnostics, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, Pagans, etc. to swallow, but it appears that King George, being “defender of the faith” [the Christian faith, that is], and prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire was giving over his rule to other Christians [or at least those who believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit – being the aforesaid Trinity – oh yeah, that would include only Christians] in the name of the most high God, the Creator of the Universe, and therefore the owner of everything.
        It would be an error to believe that he who believed himself to be the defender of Christianity would hand over any part of his realm to those who did not believe, substantially, as he did. Remember, New Testament says, “Greater is he [the Holy Spirit] that is in you than he who is in the world [Satan and his host].
        Remember Jesus said, “I have overcome the world.”(Jn 16:33) Why then would the defender of the faith hand that which he believed he was the ruler of (or at least the Trustee for the Most High God), back to the world (Satan)? He wouldn’t.
        In short, there is absolutely no room in our government for liars (by whatever they call themselves), murderers, and thieves, atheists, agnostic, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, Pagans, nor anybody else who cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the holy Trinity. (And No, I am not Catholic, nor am I a member of the Church of England).
        And that does not mean that non-Christians shouldn’t be welcomed in America, either. Just not in our government. And, of course it would be foolish to allow those who are known to adhere to religious teachings that provide for adherents to lie and kill non-adherents to their teachings, including Muslims and Satanists, to multiply in the area.
        So, anybody in our government who says the mention of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, prayer, etc. is prohibited in our schools, or legislative, judicial and executive branches, that is the same as treason to America, and should at least be booted from the government.
        Anybody in the government who is obviously (and I stress “obviously”) contrary to Christian teachings, like for instance, forcing people to accept gay marriage or forcing people in the various branches of government to license gay marriages, are traitors to the American government and should be immediately removed.
        Anybody in the government who has been found lying to the American People should be removed immediately, too.
        Anybody in the government who has been stealing from Americans, should be removed.

        And on and on.

        To recap, the defender of the Christian faith, the prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire etc., surrendered a portion of his realm in the name of the most holy and undivided Trinity, and said that it pleased the Divine Providence (God) to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince (king), who was the only one on earth to have authority to do so (in his opinion). Therefore, it can only be presumed that he did so as if he believed God was watching over his shoulder, and God would not do any such thing against Himself.

      • thecompanyofcreators

        December 19, 2015 at 3:03 AM

        Mick.. wow what a lineage of stuff hard to respond to each. Though I may agree in principle some of the things I do not agree with…. Creator, nor Christ has “required” anyone to accept the Bible, and the interpretations thereof. I can personally attest to not having religion forced on me and when I accepted Christ into my life it was a simple thing and I was a bit miffed that there were not angels singing and the sky open up etc etc. Nope nothing at all just continue walking home to where I knew a beating was waiting. But in hind sight my life was never the same, so after the military and various tests… I found myself making a kind of deal with Creator which at the time I called “God”, that if “He” wanted me to read the bible then I would if he provided me with one with red letters where Jesus spoke, because I was not going to believe the lies man tells but only what Jesus said.
        WEll an incredible story (incredible in the sense of impossible events happening sequentially each leading to me being given …. you guessed it a red lettered edition from complete strangers…) all within a few days of my request. So naturally I started reading the red lettering and a few months later found myself in a truck with a real jack ass driving after a long really hard day in the ice and snow and freezing water doing pile driving and being soaked by a chin saw as I had to cut roots of a tree under water standing up to my but in freezing water.
        Traffic was at a stand still, three inches of snow and more coming down, so I opened it up and the first thing I read was “ye need not worry for food or raiment, for truly look at the birds of the field, which neither sew not reap and do I not feed them and do I not love you more than them… etc. well, as I was reading that, this yahoo was yappin away at how bla bla bla the bible is this and weaklings need religion etc etc etc.. you know being a real dick. So I look at the snow coming down and the fact that I was going to have to listen to this jerk yammer and verbally abuse me as he had all day and what the words of Jesus were saying and I looked at the woods a short distance away and decided to take “God” at “His” “Word” and simply said, well I already gave you my life years ago so here ya go, this world sucks anyway. (you see I had already concluded many times that I was a coward because I could not step up and take my own life…) so it was kinda natural to make “God” responsible for taking it.. after all there I was giving it to “Him” to do with as “He” please (let thy will be done).
        So off I went with him yelling “where the hell are you going” as I closed the door and took a deep breath and headed into the woods with nothing but an extra pare of socks and wet pants, wet boots, gloves, and a Red lettered Bible along with the nagging question asked by some nut job with bright light coming out of his eyes and bothering me with “have you been baptized by the Holy Spirit” the previous day of the impossible chain of events that got me that Red letter edition.
        Well, I experienced a lot, read a lot and found that it was all true as to “and these things and greater shall you do in my name”. Oh it was not an easy journey by any means and weeks without food or sleep, but as I learned to “get right with spirit” the less food mattered the less sleep made a difference and after about 9 months living off miracles to provide me with all of my needs and keeping warm in the snow when it was freezing, taking baths after breaking through the layer of ice and hanging my cloths in the cold wind to dry and watching the miniature icicles fly off my hair for a quick dry and all the daily miracles including the ones which I was used as the conduit for others.. it became a way of life.
        But around the 10th month I found myself at various churches and discovered the continuous deception of them all. Taking various scripture out of context, judging, making money by fabricating and making a carnival of casting out demons and on and on. I was asked not to return all too many times for interfering. (lets just say that people who make a living or get attention by deceiving others do not like truth)
        Not too long later I was confronted with my own “purity” by an incredible woman who had given everything to help and worked tirelessly to serve others, got mad at me and said “It is so easy for your to be holy when you live in the woods. Try living in this shithole and do some good”. Well as you can imagine I was shocked but it was “God” telling me it was time to put off the things of a child and become a man and make a difference in the “shithole” of a “world”. (be in the world but not of it).
        People are a challenge that is for sure but there is nothing that Creator loves more than diversity. We all have our own journeys to travel and to learn from. if we have to believe in so called “false gods” before we know “the one true God” and to believe in “the one true God” until we discover Creator, then so be it. What I do know is that Creator loves diversity above all and the more people resist the more they bring upon themselves. The more people try to impose they impose upon themselves. In a way it is perfect karma, yin and yang, growth and learning, expansion and contraction… all of it is Creator. Not one iota is not. (I know the number of hairs on your head).
        So who am I or anyone to Impose upon another? (for all fall short of the glory of God) but at the same time as I have grown up a bit more I will not allow others to impose upon someone else.
        So you see I agree that anyone in public servitude that does not desire to “Serve” and “secure these Rights” should never be in office and should be tested periodically as to their knowledge, understanding and accurate use of the Principles expressed by the Unanimous Declaration of Independence, the Constitution to which every office holder has sworn or affirmed to support. If you do not know what it sais there is no way you can “support” it.
        At the same time I can not cause the Government established in law and all law is contract, to impart morality, only equality and equal protections of the law and due process and to neither impose nor allow imposition. It is simple actually, people can contract in any way they choose and their business is theirs alone so long as they do not trespass upon the rights of any other.
        Government is limited in its powers and can impose laws only upon “persons of the State” or created entities of the State, such as corporations, LLC, partnerships and municipal subdivisions of the state, all office holders and even employees of the state and everything the state does is to provide the “Safety and Happiness” of the people while “securing these Rights”.
        In contract there is no such thing as “gay” there is only “parties” party A party B party C and so forth. People who come to a “meeting of the minds” and mutually agree to terms beneficial to each without harm to any other. Now if a church which is not supposed to have “any “Gods” before “Me”, chooses to become a 501(c)(3) chartered business entity of the State then it has the state as its creator now doesn’t it, and thus it has a “God” other than the “God almighty” Creator and as such is subject to the whim of the State within the Constitutions and laws of the State and the United States.
        Now if a “church of people” choose to assemble and worship, share, study, pray and experience together then they certainly are not subject to the state. (unless they happen to stumble upon evidence that the president of the country is using military aircraft to bring in drugs and they make the mistake of believing the FBI or CIA are good guys and would do something about such crimes if they were provided the evidence, thereby becoming a threat to those in that office and as a result are burned alive, women and children and then offices blown up which have other copies in Oklahoma and New York…) well then one is probably going to be left alone and can not be forced to marry anyone if they choose not to, since they are not an “entity of the State” to begin with.
        At the same time those who want to chop peoples heads off for whatever reason or those that want to condemn people to Hell because they do not worship a cross or celebrate Christmas, Halloween and Easter all being “pagan” holidays, or people want to lie to their children about a fat man that comes down chimneys etc etc etc … well I say let them cut off their own heads, take a trip to hell themselves for blaspheme for Judging others (judge not lest ye shall be judges, with what you meet shall be met unto you) and when your child despises you and becomes a liar, cheater and what ever else you disapprove of because they found out that you and everyone they trust and should trust has been lying about this fat man and a large bunny, and the tooth fairy all the while going to church every week and preying to a cross and listening to some guy in a robe who has elevated himself above others and speaks from a podium instead of asking their Creator which (gave his only begotten son) to remove any separation so that one can come directly to (our Father who art in Heaven) and hear the voice and “reason together”… well who am I to judge, so long as they do not impose it upon me.
        But the Government and every agent or office holder thereof has chosen to “serve” in accordance with the Principles or
        “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
        It is time for the people of all religions and beliefs to hold their public office holders accountable to the laws the way they are written and the intent thereof, because we do have the Authority, the Right, the Power and the Duty to do so.
        Lets live and let live and manage our Creations like the Government properly and no longer allow it to injure others as it does continuously unlawfully and criminally.. then worry about others religions.
        Blessings to all who come in kindness

      • mick

        December 19, 2015 at 10:29 AM

        This is my second post to your comment. I lost the first one, and it was too long to repeat. I basically said that you stated it magnificantly.

  2. Chris

    December 7, 2015 at 3:13 PM

    Al, thank you for getting all of this into words. We actually just had a conversation about this at our youth group at church. The youth pastor posed the question on whether or not “we”, as the united States, should allow refugees from Syria and the other middle-eastern countries into our borders. Overwhelmingly, but not with the great detail you have shared, was that it is not a good idea to mix Islam with any other religion.

    This concurs with my personal beliefs. I served in the Navy for six years, including 2 deployments to the Persian Gulf in the late 90’s. I can agree with your take on this… Christians/outsiders are only tolerated, and as history shows, this tolerance is highly temporary at best. Muslims and middle-eastern civilizations have been warring and killing each other for centuries, and nothing, not even the “democracy” we are forcing down their throats, will “tame the beast.”

    I have always felt, and shared with our youth, that our only true solution is to find other ways and means of obtaining, manufacturing, and creating on our own what we currently get from the Middle East, and leave the Muslim machine to itself. There is no true need to engage in commerce with any of the Middle Eastern countries; yet nearly all of our huge oil contracts and trade agreements make people believe it is necessary. This, in turn, is how the government justifies our military engagements and the unending “War on Terror”. You have already brilliantly illustrated that Islam itself is bent on eliminating all non-believers, and when we are over there killing their women and children, what do we expect? We then give them “free passes” as refugees from all the destruction and hatred we’ve created, then act suprised when things like San Bernardino happen.

    Thanks again for sharing your insight. I plan on sharing this with our youth to help drive home the points made.

  3. Adask

    December 7, 2015 at 5:29 PM

    Thanks for reading my article. Thanks for understanding my view of the problem.

    The article illustrates the primary reason I write: to educate myself.

    Before I started to write this article, I had no idea that a fundamental distinction between Muslims and Christians was their opposing attitudes on the concept of “freedom of religion”. More, until I wrote this article, I had failed to see that “freedom of religion” means more than the right to PRACTICE your religion (within some pragmatic limits)–it, more importantly, means the freedom to CHOOSE whichever religion you want to embrace.

    Now, thanks to writing that article, I understand the “freedom of religion” to a greater degree. I also understand and can begin to articulate why devout Muslims will never be assimilated into the American culture.

    All of these insights are news to me. I found them because writing makes me think. Thinking makes me see. Writing teaches me to see some of the truth more clearly.

    That’s why I love to write. It’s always an adventure. I am often “drawn” to write about a particular subject when I don’t know why because I really don’t have much to say on that topic. But, as I write, I suddenly discover new insights that take me to new levels of understanding. Those insights excite me. They give me moments of joy. I am convinced that at least some of those “insights” are, essentially, permissions from the Good LORD to allow me to “see” a bit of truth.

    It doesn’t happen all the time, or even most of the time, but I sometimes have moments when I seem to discover a new “insights” that make the hair stand up on the back of my neck.

    I don’t take credit for “creating” these insights. I don’t take credit for writing these insights. In fact, I am routinely disappointed at how inept my written descriptions of these insights can be. I can sometimes “see” a new idea that is as magnificent as a living, glowing diamond–and I am left to try to describe that “diamond” with writing tools that are as crude as a bucket of tar and a six-inch wide brush. I almost never do the insights justice with my writing.

    Nevertheless, I get to “see” those insights because our Father YHWH ha Elohiym allows me to do so. That means that I’m still on God’s “Rolodex”; He’s still talking to me. That’s exciting. Despite my imperfect and even sinful nature, the Good LORD is still talking to ME. Each “insight” is like a pat on the back where the Good LORD tells me, “I still got your back, kid.”

    I don’t know if I could live without those “insights” and moments of confirmation. I don’t think I”d want to.

    But, for now, as long as those “insights” keep coming, I can’t wait to get up and the morning and start writing so I can possibly “see” whatever the Good LORD is going to show me and let me “see” and then try to describe to others.

    I’m not suggesting that I’m some sort of prophet. I’m simply trying to say that I am grateful to God for being allowed to “see” new insights in the same sense that some people are grateful to God for being allowed to live another day. For me, seeing little bits of “insights” is life, itself.

    I’m grateful for being allowed to see. I don’t see everything. I don’t see most things. I don’t see clearly. But, even so, I know that the Good LORD allows me to “see” some small bits of truth.

    Why are these “small bits of truth” so valuable? Because, to me, each bit of “truth” is a glimpse of part of God, himself

    And I know that the Good LORD doesn’t allow most people to “see” very much or at all. They are like the crowds that the Christ spoke to in parables because they weren’t “called” to understand. I have no doubt that such people don’t “see” or “understand” simply because they are stupid, ignorant or lazy. For whatever reason, God has not only not “called” them to understand–he won’t even allow them to “see”.

    I, on the other hand, get to “see” a little and “understand” a little. I delight in that insight and understanding because I know it’s a gift, a blessing, from the Good LORD.

    My ability to “see” and “understand” is no cause for pride. It doesn’t necessarily mean that I’m “better” than those who are not called to “see”.

    Being able to “see” a little even has its disadvantages. In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is not only “king,” he’s also so different from the rest of the people that he is isolated and alone even when he’s surrounded by a crowd of the blind.

    Even so, disadvantages, aside, I’m delighted by my imperfect ability to “see” and describe whatever apparent “truth” I’ve “seen” to others. Why? Again, because, for me, each little glimpse of truth is a little glimpse of a small part of God. Therefore, despite all the disadvantages, I can’t wait to “see” whatever it is that the Good LORD will permit me to “see” later today, tomorrow or next year.

    I can’t wait.

    For me, writing is the means to my “seeing”. Writing teaches me. So, I love to write.

    I would probably enjoy my writing more if I had a million people reading each of my articles, but I don’t really care how many read my articles. From my perspective, so long as I have just one reader who’s able to understand and hopefully benefit from whatever I’m writing, I’m good to go. Even if no one read my articles except for me, I’d keep on writing because, as I’ve said, my primary motive in writing is to “see” whatever the Good LORD will permit me to see and thereby educate myself.

    Writing teaches me. I love the pursuit of truth. Therefore, I love to write. That love is to some extent validated every time someone like yourself comments here to say he understands and values some insight that I’ve tried to describe on this blog.

    Thanks again for reading and understanding this post concerning Muslims and the importance and even necessity of being free to CHOOSE one’s own religion.

  4. timmy

    December 7, 2015 at 10:32 PM

    Nice post Al. We have truly reached the level of insanity (along with Europe) with people begging their leaders to destroy their very own cultures and nations. This is social psychopathy- chosen self destruction. Of course the leaders know exactly what they are doing- right out of the playbook- the Protocols. “Shatter the nations” so they can pick up the pieces and assimilate it all into one giant new order. We are rushing headlong into chaos. Prepare accordingly….

  5. thecompanyofcreators

    December 8, 2015 at 6:30 AM

    The solution is simple as it always has been.. it matters not what the laws are only that they be imposed equally upon all. “Judge not lest ye shall be judged” So they create law of complete intolerance and beheading for anyone who is not one of them.. ok fine then so be it.. by your own law step up to be beheaded because in the same manner you are intolerant you shall not be tolerated.
    Now how about you sir are you an intolerant? No? ok go in peace.. you are you intolerant? yes, step right up here and bend over put your head through this hole.. thanks you very much for helping us enforce your law upon yourself first. After all we lead by example don’t we… excellent, swoosh.. ok next… you see how simple that is? it is not your law that beheads them but their own law that beheads them… have a nice day and enjoy your seven virgins…… men…. goats… crocodiles, spiders.. what you thought they were women? really are you that stupid that Creator would give you seven women when you would just kill them for committing adultery with you? Or maybe there are seven beautiful women who are virgins and guess what … you can’t touch them, only spend all day drooling over them and in the evening you will be beheaded for having put lust before your alllahahaha .. don’t you get it it is all a joke, made up to make fools of you and weed your cruel heartless ass out from the rest of humanity? Time for your beheading again.. oh you didn’t know? In your Heaven you are beheaded daily to satisfy your lust for beheading and to fulfil your own desires and intolerance. .. Next! Praise All-ha ha ah ha….. swoosh… oops

  6. thecompanyofcreators

    December 8, 2015 at 6:31 AM

    Now that is a win win situation, they get what they desire .. intolerance and beheadings and the rest of us will tolerate their intolerance and beheadings of each other.

  7. George

    December 9, 2015 at 12:34 AM

    Alfred, check this out…

    “Islam, by law, is prohibited from US immigration…
    The Immigration and Nationality Act passed June 27, 1952 revised the laws relating to immigration, naturalization, and nationality for the United States. That act, which became Public Law 414, established both the law and the intent of Congress regarding the immigration of Aliens to the US and remains in effect today.

    Found in Chapter 2 Section 212, is the prohibition of entry to the US if the Alien belongs to an organization seeking to overthrow the government of the United States by “force, violence, or other unconstitutional means.”

    This, by its very definition, rules out Islamic immigration to the United States, but this law is being ignored by the White House. Islamic immigration to the US would be prohibited under this law because the Koran, Sharia Law and the Hadith all require complete submission to Islam, which is antithetical to the US government, the Constitution, and to the Republic.

    All Muslims who attest that the Koran is their life’s guiding principal subscribe to submission to Islam and its form of government. Now the political correct crowd would say that Islamists cannot be prohibited from entering the US because Islam is a religion. Whether it is a religion is immaterial because the law states that Aliens who are affiliated with any “organization” that advocates the overthrow of our government are prohibited …..

    • thecompanyofcreators

      December 19, 2015 at 3:28 AM

      George: WEll done!!! Your solution is actually more perfect, mine was kinda tongue and cheeky.. It does make perfect sense because one must “renounce” allegiance to any other government and accept the principles upon which this Government is founded upon… So, you are by law, correct, one may “believe and worship” as one pleases but if it “gives aid or comfort to the enemy” then it is treason. And anyone who has the desire, goal and supports the overthrow of the principles upon which this Gov is founded
      “WE hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness..”
      Clearly anyone who believes that people must believe in one form of religion or a set of laws contrary to these principles is already an enemy of this country. So sad to say, but why on earth would one want to not stay with those that believe as they do. I get the Christian thing because they are not trying to kill people (at least not any more) and that religion is not about intolerance (at least not as much :-} but in the case of Islam, it seems that there is no choice.. hmmm seems that the Jews should not be let in either because aren’t they the “chosen people” who are to “rule” the world? Nope can’t let them in either.. What about banksters, don’t they adhere to controlling the finances of the world and did not Rothschild say “let me control the money and I care not who makes the laws”, so lets get rid of them too… and the wall streeters who think they are above the law, and the Senators, and Congressman, legislatures, most definitely most judges and the Police, and all those that think they are above the law.. lets get rid of them too!!!
      Now we are talking .. this will go a long way to healing this country and getting rid of the sicknesses and dis-ease they cause. Really good point and completely in alignment with “The Right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects..”

  8. Adask

    December 9, 2015 at 1:02 AM

    Very nice. Thanks for your research.

    • George

      December 9, 2015 at 1:05 AM

      Thank you Alfred for all you have done.

  9. jim

    December 9, 2015 at 1:52 PM

    Why does the “media” get to expose who is not assimilating!

  10. George

    December 10, 2015 at 7:33 AM

    More info, 8 U.S. Code § 1182 – Inadmissible aliens

  11. Mick

    December 12, 2015 at 12:34 AM

    I had made a comment earlier and then surfed the internet some more. I came across a review of the book, “You Know Something Is Wrong When ……” by Anna Riezinger. It reminded me of when I was in the Nuc. Pwr Program in the Navy back in the early 70’s and I was going to school to learn about it. There were a couple of issues I had with the program and that was that when the scientists set off the first nuclear bomb, they didn’t know if it would stop reacting with the atmosphere and if it would ultimately burn up the earth, and the other issue was when I asked what do they do with the spent uranium, they wouldn’t tell us. At that point, I believed the US government was irresponsible and that I should not have anything more to do with the program (and they probably thought if I was going to ask those questions, they probably didn’t want me there, either). Years later, I found out that they make dirty bombs and bullets with the depleted uranium (plutonium).

    Anyway, that review of the book mentioned the very issue I had, as the crime of the century where the US military was using that stuff all over the middle east, polluting Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and northern Africa. At this point, I don’t know if it is true, but if it is, is there any wonder those people are pissed off royally with America? And since the law of agency seems to be a universal law, in that the Americans elect people who do those things, then it follows that all Americans are complicit in the activity.

    Tack that onto their belief that all non-Muslims are evil, and since they are having less and less to lose all the time, it would make sense that all “infidels” should be eradicated.

    Ron Paul was (and still is) telling us about the CIA’s assessments of blow-back from American foreign policy as being the reason for all the crap we are seeing from the Muslims.

    • thecompanyofcreators

      December 19, 2015 at 3:40 AM

      Mick… KABOOM!!! WELL DONE!!! KARMA… and thank you for telling it like it is that the people of this country are the Principles of the agents which have been doing all this in their name.. wake up call folks,, the only thing left is “repentance” 1, stop doing it 2. ask forgiveness 3 make it right (not create a bunch of Ponzi rip off schemes for Halliburton and others to make a bunch off of alleged reconstruction!!! No profit should be the policy, no bonuses, no guns no theft, no tolerance!


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