Noted your point.Fanman wrote: ↑March 10th, 2018, 11:55 amSpectrum:
Note, re what you've stated about the Islamic Ideology being very dangerous, I think that you're right, you've convinced me on that score. I think it is also repressive (especially towards women) and I find it to be anachronistic; more so than Christianity, which has shown signs of evolution such as allowing gay marriage, would Islam ever allow that to occur? Bearing the dangers and repressive nature of Islamic ideology in mind, I think (purely my opinion) that it will either evolve or dissipate as human rights action progresses - given "x" number of years.
No matter how many Muslims practice their beliefs in peace, because of the negative verses in the Koran which propagate harm, Islam cannot justifiably, in terms of the Ideology, be called "a religion of peace" - so the authorities position on Islam is questionable. This is my opinion and it may be bias as I'm a Westerner, but that's the way I see things at this time. Does any of this mean that we should bash Muslims, of course not, but since there's nothing that can be done to "fix" the ideology, it is understandable that people vent their frustrations regarding the acts of terror towards the culprits.
The authorities will play the politics which best benefit their political position, and at this time, because the majority of Muslims conduct their beliefs in peace, there is no reason to attack the Ideology. In my experience, the West must always seen to be open-minded and accommodating / tolerant of others. I think that where political relationships are beneficial and also generate hard cash, the authorities will tolerate a lot more than if there is nothing to gain - perhaps even the loss of lives. I'm not saying that the authorities are implicit, but even they believe Islam is very dangerous I wouldn't expect them to express that view, not only because of the ramifications of doing so, but it would contradict their own Western Ideology.
I would suggest if you have the time, research on the Quran to make your conclusions on the evil of Islam more objective. I did that for almost 3 years on a full time basis.
However note this OP - focus on the ideology and not the believers and even the perpetrators who were unfortunately born with an active evil tendency and thus were triggered to commit evil acts by the evil laden elements in the Quran.
Why the evil prone believers will naturally triggered to commit evil acts is because their motivation level has been reduced to the lowest i.e. at the existential level by the existential crisis which turn them to behave like animals, like a drowning man fighting for his life.
When a person's consciousness, awareness and dominant motivation level is triggered [subliminally] at the most fundamental level of existence and the threat of mortality, that person will do whatever it takes to ensure their psychological security.
Why the authorities are impulsive to be politically correct is because among other secondary reasons, the main reason is they have been cowed by the effective strategies of terrors cast upon them as exhorted in the Quran. The authorities and non-Muslims may not be conscious of it but they are definitely affected subliminally - because it is a very natural response.
The Quran understood the effective of that psychology and some authorized guides even insist Muslims must cast terrors into the mind of non-believers at least twice a year. They are doing more times than that and the internet is enhancing its effects and results.