Media treats Islam as a “religion of peace”, but it treats a Darwinist terrorist as if he were a Christian conservative. Meanwhile, the ruling Workers’ Party in Brazil wants to make compulsory Islamic teaching in the schools.
By Julio Severo
Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik proclaimed openly the supremacy of Charles Darwin’s “science” over the Bible. Darwin didn’t recognize God as the origin of the human life, but instead he attributed it to amoebas and monkeys. That “science” was the base of Nazi Germany and Soviet Union, political and ideological systems hostile to Christianity.
Yet, in response to the terrorist act of a fundamentalist Darwinist, the leftist press took advantage of the opportunity to commit a big terrorist attack: to say that the Norwegian was a conservative Christian. And why not to accept this lie?
That is the same press that idolizes Darwin’s theories as “science”, putting Breivik much closer to the secularism in the media than to conservative Christians, who have always despised Darwin, Nazi Germany and Soviet Union.
But what if the Norwegian were really a conservative Christian? What would the media make?
Since the systematic and frequent Islamic terrorist attacks against the West, the answer of the Western media is to repeat tediously: “Islam is a religion of peace”. No Islamic attack or monstrosity, regardless how deadly it is, diverts the media from its preaching about the religion of Mohammed as real peace dove on the earth.
Week after week Islamists commit terror acts. And week after week, the media repeats its mantra of “religion of peace”.
Recently, Brazil suffered a massacre of boys and girls by a clearly Islamic terrorist, but the press hastily protected and covered the “religion of peace”.
And to guarantee that Brazil may be in tune with the liberal media interests, the Workers’ Party introduced in the Brazilian Congress bill PL 1780/2011 to make compulsory in the schools the teaching of the “Arab culture and the Islamic tradition”. Workers’ Party intends to “fight intolerance and prejudice” against the “religion of peace”. The Brazilian bill may be downloaded in a Portuguese PDF file here.
There is no inconsistency in the Brazilian Workers’ Party, which follows the conveniences of the National Socialist Workers’ Party, also known as Nazism, which had an alliance with Muslim Arabs.
If the followers of Islam were not responsible for thousands of attacks and if the terrorists were in fact followers of Darwin, it would be correct to teach at the schools that Muslims are not the authors of the thousands of terrorist acts happening today. Even so, it would not be possible to call it a “religion of peace”, because thousands of Christians are persecuted and murdered in Islamic countries.
Similarly, it would be incorrect to say that Darwinism doesn’t have any connection with atrocities in the mankind. As well as Islam, Darwinism doesn’t have peaceful fruits. Soviet and Nazi leadership and Breivik loved the “science” of Darwin in the same way that a Christian loves Jesus Christ. Are their fruits equal to the fruits of Christians?
At school, when a teacher explained the man’s origin using Darwin’s “science”, I asked for permission to object, and I read for the classroom the first chapter of the book of Genesis. Then, the teacher answered that the man’s creation by God was theory. I am sure that Nazis, Soviet commies and Breivik would also have opposed my stand. But that is the eternal incompatibility between to follow Darwin and to follow God.
If Breivik were really a conservative Christian and the media didn’t really have any grudges against conservative Christians, journalists would follow the same logic that they apply to Islam: They would present conservative Christianity systematically as a “religion of peace”. And the Workers’ Party would introduce a bill to make compulsory in the schools the teaching of Christian conservatism, to “fight intolerance and prejudice” against conservative Christians.
As a conservative Christian, I would have to move fast if I were in that island of Norway seeing a terrorist slaughtering teens. And, of course, I would need a defense weapon, which would be the only resource against an armed criminal. The Norwegian police delayed exactly an hour and a half to respond to the first phone call for help. With such an absurd delay, any terrorist would have had enough time to commit whatever massacre he wanted.
That episode also destroys the disarmament fallacy, because if there were in the island armed men ready to make a defense (as it is common in Switzerland), the Darwinist terrorist would not have had freedom and time of killing so many teens.
As conservative Christian, I oppose totally the Darwinist that murdered those teens. And I oppose Islamic terrorists. I have also to oppose the biased press, which protects Islamic terrorism and hold conservative Christians responsible for the crimes of a fundamentalist Darwinist.
The Bible, which is above Darwin’s “science”, doesn’t lie when it says that the world is under the authority of the evil one. That authority is visible in the press, which never holds Islam responsible for Islamic terrorist attacks, but it takes advantage of any lie to blame conservative Christians for crimes that they have never committed, from murders of gay male prostitutes at dawns in dangerous downtown areas to the massacre committed by Anders Behring Breivik.
It is not "intolerance and prejudice" to hold Islam responsible for what many of its followers do. But it is real intolerance and prejudice to hold conservative Christians responsible for a massacre by a follower of Darwin’s theories. It is also real defamation and incitement to hate.
It is impossible to destroy a cultural or religious group without firstly defaming it systematically. The mass murder of Jews in Nazi Germany was only possible after years of defamations by the press, which attributed any crime to Jews.
With the help from a press that lies shamelessly, the Workers’ Party now is ready to teach Islam in the Brazilian schools and how to fight intolerance and prejudice against the “religion of peace”, as if Brazil were not suffering enough allurement from Islam. Islam will now join Darwinism as a compulsory school discipline.
And there is no doubt that, as far as it depends on its malice, the press will make all attempt to fight not Darwinism — which so much murderous radicalism has provoked in the mankind —, but conservative Christianity, which is its main target and victim.
Portuguese version of this article: Terrorismo de imprensa
Source: Julio Severo in English
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