Muslim Sympathizer Ignores Facts
I recently received an email from someone identifying himself as Kenneth Martin. He introduced himself by calling me an “a**hole.” He immediately followed that by saying: “Get 13 years of post-high school education at 3 universities in 3 different countries, learn the languages of those countries where you’re being well-educated, then email me if you cab say something intelligent rather than braying like a jackass.” That was followed with more vulgarity. Understanding that Mohammed was a pedophile and sexual pervert, I suspect some of the vulgar things he suggested were more for his personal stimulation, but I digress. I didn’t tell him that I have 14 years of post high school education, multiple degrees, and that I am multi-lingual.
After attempting to impress me with his command of various languages, which I suspect were simply copied from Google, he wrote: “I have extended family Russia which includes a few Russians…one of them among my 3 closest family. The vast majority of Muslims – some 23% of the world population – do not support anything such as your conservative distortions claim. Why do ALL conservatives LIE about Muslims the same as you do? LOL”
This was followed by his copying and pasting scripture verses from Bible Hub deriding me as not being a good Christian – according to his standards. He accused me of “trying to disguise my Muslim bigotry.”
He claimed to co-own family businesses outside the Untied States and that a family member had:“2 adult adopted sons… one Muslim, one Jew, both gay and partners.”
He accused The Daily Rant (TDR) of sending him an unsolicited email. That said, he is a liar. No one, absolutely no one, receives TDR emails unless they have subscribed to receive same. And it is more than reasonable to doubt he was telling the truth about his family having adopted children one of whom is Jewish and both of whom are homosexual.
As with everyone who writes me I did respond to his emails but I never once responded in kind despite his taunts and cursing, which enraged him more. Like all of his kind he wasn’t interested in a cogent dialogue; he was your bottom rung Muslim sympathizer committed to cursing Christians and accusing them of being mean to Muslims. (We have blocked all emails from him including to my website.)[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]For all of his posturing and allegations of Christian Conservative bigotry he never once addressed the real issue. The real issue is that Muslim lies, terrorism, hatred, and corruption are not just a pandemic problem, they are endemic to Islam. For Martin to attempt to disguise Islam as a pastoral sophisticated loving religion mocks the truth. It is none of those things.
Usama K. Dakdok writes: “Why do Muslims terrorize and hate Jews, Christians, and others? The true answer has been suppressed by Muslim leaders and by some in the media. Many believe that terrorists are just envious extremists or Islamic fascists, but a simple reading will reveal that the Qur’an itself is the source of terror. Islam is continually touted as a ‘religion of peace,’ yet the Qur’an itself does not call for peace. Indeed, ‘Islam’ does not mean ‘peace,’ but rather ‘submission.’ Western Muslims only speak of ‘peace’ because they do not know what the Qur’an truly says, or they do not presently have ‘the upper hand.’” (The Generous Qur’an: An Accurate, Modern English Translation of the Qur’an, Islam’s Holiest Book)
Usama Dakdok is an Egyptian author, preeminent scholar, and authority on all things Islam. I have had the privilege of meeting him, talking with him, praying with him, and calling him friend. His words do not lie. Neither do the scenes we read and see daily on news programs.
Byzantine Emperor Manuel II Paleologus said: “Violence is indeed incompatible with the nature of God and the nature of the soul.” I ask how can any person of a reasonable mind not question the validity of a so-called religion that practices ritualistic beheadings and disembowelment in the 21st century? Cultists who practice ritualistic killings of animals are arrested here. But murderers from this group are applauded and deified by their own.
Martin never once referenced or addressed the fact that: “There are over 400 recognized terrorist groups in the world. Over 90 percent of these are Islamist terror groups. Over 90 percent of the current world fighting involves Islamist terror movements. The vast majority of world terrorism is religiously motivated by Islam. This involves terrorist acts in 26 countries worldwide. These people cannot be reasoned with. Their hatred is an anathema to all rational consideration. They have one goal: to subdue the world under the rule of Islam.” (Mychal Massie; 8/12/06) Nor did any of his crazed screeds mention that a Muslim plot to attack the Vatican was recently averted.
A British security advisor, quoted in The Times of London, August 8, 2006, said: “They [Muslims] are ruthless, single-minded and totally committed [to terror and conquest].”
ISIS is not an aberration of Islam. ISIS is Islam. Just as Al queda is Islam and just as the terrorist acts committed around the world are Islam.
In August of 2005, Ed Turzanski of LaSalle University and the Foreign Policy Research Institute told me: “Because Islam has never had a reformation, a period of introspection where people have challenged the doctrine of rigid fundamentalism, you have the most rigid set of rules of what people can do and think.”
Martin tried his best to deride and mock Christianity, but unlike Muslims, Christians are very vocal in exposing sin and evil within their sectarian ranks. We would not sit silent if members of a particular denomination were practicing serial beheadings, acid washing the faces of their wives and daughters, and preaching hatred.
At the end of the day what Martin succeeded in proving is that everything I and others have been saying about Islam is true. Martin expressed no remorse for the evil being committed by Muslims. He was just angry with me for exposing the truth and even more angry that I refused to engage on his level.[adsanity id=11817 align=alignleft /]
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here