Socialism, or communism as it is sometimes called, is merely a secular religion, where the State becomes a god. By paulwilliamsbloggingtheologycom on November 25, 2017 • ( 1 ) Share this:ShareFacebookEmailWhatsAppTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading...‹ Great headline, from a dubious source..Fake ‘feminism’ refuted ›Categories: Politics
I sometimes don’t know which direction to face when I do my rakats. Is it towards the kabah in Mecca or the Mausoleum of Lenin in Moscow. One of the worst parts about being a Muslim where I live is that the geodesic to Mecca from where I am at is almost similar to the geodesic to Kiev. I don’t want to face the Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kiev, which is where the baleful Euromaidan protests took place. I do not want to face the place where the recrudescence of fascism took place in 2014.
I am a lefty like Clayton Kershaw, Dallas Keuchel, Rich Hill, and Chris Sale.
More seriously, I would say that the far-left often make nice allies for Muslims. They really understand that the current campaign of demonization is just propaganda to justify the current operations of the surveillance state and an imperialist foreign policy. They oppose the apartheid regime in Israel.
I know like about two socialist Muslims, and those woman make a positive impression on me. Far more positive than some guy on the internet emphasizing that FGM is sunnah. That guy also doesn’t like Hume, but claims to be a “skeptic”, and he doesn’t see ANY utility in Pyrrhonian skepticism and Cartesian doubt. One those women told me that Islam provides a body of spiritual truth, but Marxism provides her a material understanding of sociopolitical reality. I feel like burning some Qurans and Bibles now, since it contains little “experimental reasoning” and “abstract reasoning concerning quantity and number”.
I would rather live in East Germany than in Pakistan or Saudi Arabia: Cuba also does comparatively well compared to the Haiti, Dominican Republic, Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. The Soviet Union did what the Muslims of the Ottomans failed to do. Take a major European city, such as Berlin, while the Ottomans were mired in Vienna.
From a NYTimes article. Since East Germany doesn’t embrace intersectionalism, I would say it is less feminist than contemporary Western leftism.