Thursday, September 13, 2012

Flagellations on Islamic Hysteria Over Film

Kopp Disclosure
(John 3:19-21)




I watched the film via YouTube that appears to have incited Islamic hysteria and homicides.

It's awful.

Horrific acting.

Sophomoric script.

Hyperbolic.

Andy Warhol (RIP) or Soupy Sales (RIP) could have done better.

If this film is truly responsible for the hysteria and homicides rather than a rationalization for acting out hatred for America in the Islamic fundamentalist world celebration of 9/11, it proves a few points: (1) Muslims can dish it out to Jews and Christians but can't take it; (2) Muslims are more emotionally fragile than Cubs fans watching another White Sox run at the World Series; and (3) the pathetically artless film's themes merit second thoughts.

Two questions.

Is the current Islamic response to the film - not by all but by many - consistent with the factual character and documented commentaries of their founder?

Are the equally barbarous behaviors of "Christians" throughout history - not by all but by many - consistent with the factual character and documented commentaries of Jesus?

Now don't throw another fit 'cause I asked.

C'mon, be honest and just answer the questions.

Smile, you're on candid camera!

Blessings & Love!

8 comments:

J said...

Hmm...Islamic response consistent with their founder--Shame on him.

Barbarous behaviors of Christians inconsistent with Jesus--Shame on us.

Kathie said...

If Christians reacted in this way every time the name/character of Jesus/God was degraded, disparaged, ridiculed, etc. there wouldn’t be any people left in the world.

They remind of 2 year olds throwing a temper tantrum because something was said that they don’t like.

Sad. My 9 year old daughter asked me why they hate us so much. I didn’t know how to answer her. Because we are Americans doesn’t seem like enough to warrant such hatred and violence.

Dennis Evans said...

I think your two questions are excellent and really are the point. On the other side there are people with different cultural sensibilities. We no longer share our ancestors outrage at an offense of honor, or their comparative indifference to squalor and violence. 150 years ago our male ancestors would be enflamed or enthralled at the sight of a woman's ankle.

Richard said...

Do you really want MY responses?

OK. See below...

Is the current Islamic response to the film - not by all but by many - consistent with the factual character and documented commentaries of their founder?

Probably not, but over the years the followers of Mohammad have become more dogmatic in their (selective) interpretation of the Koran and their maintenance of the "traditional status quo" of their pathetic situation. I find it very interesting that the more common follower of Islam seems to be so poor and ignorant (read unread) that they seemingly have not, to any degree, improved the circumstances of themselves or other "believers."

Are the equally barbarous behaviors of "Christians" throughout history - not by all but by many - consistent with the factual character and documented commentaries of Jesus?

OK, so some Christians fought with other religious people (see above) and they fought with themselves (the Civil War comes to mind easily) and always talked about the "loving Lord", "Prince of Peace" etc. . Historically however, more often Christians have built schools (all over the world - to include where there are more predominant other religions) and hospitals (all over the world - to include.. ) and, generally speaking, tried to improve the conditions of the folks who were followers and "others" - often without regard (in the negative sense) for the religious beliefs of those they were helping. Followers of Christ are unwilling to live with poor and ignorant conditions and will stop fighting in order to correct them as a general rule.

My point in both the above is that Christian have seldom resorted to violence and fighting and have regularly worked diligently worked to improve the quality of life for not just their followers but for as many as would try. It seems to me that that Muslims haven't done that as a general rule.

Adelaide said...

I’m almost sorry that I watched Sam “IM”Becile’s film. What a travesty. The acting was laughable...and they sure need a better make-up artist. But seriously, this is blatant stupidity indicating the total lack of ethical/moral foundation. Hmmm. Does this bespeak of the future of our world? Less and less are churched, less and less as evidenced by the social networks seem to care about the beliefs of others. In actuality, one could get pretty *#@! depressed over this whole situation. AND to know that there will be more deaths forthcoming from the work of one “IM”Becile.

DG said...

This entire thing smacks of a psy-ops effort by al Qaeda to incite riots on the anniversary of 9/11 . . . The so-called producer is supposedly a Coptic Christian, not a Jew. He lives in Cerritos, CA . . . He is a scam artist who operates under several assumed names.

Yet, the well planned and well armed US Consulate attacks ignited on 9/11 ... not a coincidence.

Question #1 assumes there is a rational connect between the subject matter and the riots. That is a false assumption. There IS a rationa lconnection between the existence of the film as a pretext to attack America on 9/11.

Question #2 is irrelevant to the Islamofacists, the secular apologists in the US State Department, and the braking dogs in the media seeking to ramp up the emotions.

The bigger questions:

1. After almost four years of bowing and scraping to the Islamists, are we surprised to see them destroy our Consulate and murder our personnel -- knowing there will not be any reprisal except harsh words and a stern timeout?

2. Was this the beginning of a larger September Surprise to rally the nation behind an embattled US President who is profuondly weak on foreign policy?

3. Can the US media distinguish between appropriate responses from pro-America candidates and the astonishingly pandering message that came from the US Embassy in Egypt?

Really . . .

Dr. Robert R. Kopp said...

Dennis,

You're right, friend; and I've always liked looking at...

Dr. Robert R. Kopp said...

Richard,


I agree with you 100%, brother!

In a startling moment of humility, I confess I could not have said it as well.