The Myth of Radicalization
The idea of online radicalization, or what has been called self-radicalization, is a relatively new and still somewhat rare phenomenon.
The simple and ugly truth is violent, Islamic idiots are created in the mosque. There are phony religious, punk Islamic "clerics" in mosques all over the world looking to build their personal cache by creating little hate-filled freaks from their congregations. They do the traditional, benign priestly routine, tending to their flocks, participating in community activities and holding Friday prayers. But they keep the rhetoric just fiery enough to draw out young, eager-to-please rubes among their followers. They set these men (sometimes women) apart, stoke their passion with old school hate, similar to the old testament crap about leaving no one alive and no stone upon stone in the acquisition of real estate.
They encourage them to travel to shit holes like Pakistan, Yemen and Chechnya and fill their empty heads with talk of heavenly virgins. Thus, another "terrorist incident" is awaiting birth.
Another common myth is that these subhuman scum are "disaffected" or "impoverished". Granted, while the phony imams I am referring to love to happen across an already angry homeless/poor/poorly raised kid to mold into a monster, many of the future subhumans come from middle-class and well to do homes. They are educated and usually want for little.
This is the conundrum the average, non-psychotic Muslim must face, especially in our society, where fitting in is so pathetically important. They must not only rat out the little jerk off down the street who wants to feel like a bad ass, little boy scout, they must also expose the freak imams who are poisoning young minds. If they don't meet the challenge, things will only get worse for society and ultimately for innocent Muslims. Turn these punks and lowlife "clerics" out and tell everyone who they are. There is no shame in it.
Matt Jordan is a travel writer, political commentator and author of 16 20 24. Get your SIGNED copy here!
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