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Misogynism can be defined but law is relative. A few more tears and disgust toward Iran in particular and the Midle East, in general.

http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/24675/reyhaneh-jabbari-lives-on-even-today/. Why should we cry and suffer for what happens in those under developed archaic countries? I say this but I feel such a pain just looking at those women… Creatures that cannot escape the savagery and domination of their men, that are destined to live without fulfilling their lives… But you know what..? This is THEIR fault, not men’s. Because we’re in the XXIth century, weapons are easy to find and if the best revolutions of the XXth century were made without the help of social medias now with all the possibilities of gathering people around a goal I wonder why these females accept this. I’m not keen to feminism in itself, I already shared my opinion in this; but that kind of rebellion against a society that is DISGUSTING is something I’m willing it could happen. Men, go on until they’re so stupid and powerless. I’m sorry for the unfair justice that Reyhaneh plead. But how could she defend herself and the justice in a so under developed society? How can she believe in a barbaric religion? Because now I express myself over the Islamic religion and I’m sorry for all my charming friend but I cannot shut in front of your convinced statements of supremacy. How can you generally say that the Quaran contains the divine words if nobody was with that visionary Muhannad over the mountain? And how can you justify Jihad, the imposition of a religion with the threat of force over Mecca after the period in Messina because he was sent back there due to the fact that nobody liked him at the beginning? He is a prophet and I might be a blasphemer but Jesus died and scarified himself for humanity, never praising violence. And look, Christianism is the most practised religions in the world (what was done by the Church during the Middle Age stayed in that time’s uses, now we can think what we want over the institution but not that violence is part of this)!  It’s easy to use force… We live in a world that praise human rights in every civilized country, a world in which there’s a subject of studies called “international law” with the supreme goal of defending them. However, in those Middle East countries the values that organizations preach are not respected and resolutions are not taken. Where’s the validity of ONU if it accepts every of them and stays watching all that?  I might be dull, but something doesn’t glue. In fact I don’t believe in the power of those international organizations either… It would be better to stay in our native countries free from obligations to others. And never never NEVER put a foot in underdeveloped dangerous countries. You go there and you might be beheaded, how nice…. My parents are right. You can meet arabic people in Monaco eating and drinking like crazy and very open minded  and connect with their vision of their culture in safety instead of meeting them in their towns, sadder, respectful and soooo HYPOCRITICAL!! It sucks to me to see burkas and over covered women in Europe but I respect their  unfair religion. Why can’t I walk in shorts in Dubai then – where they preach progress and wealth but still you can’t go hands-in-hands with someone or you’re rejected from the country? Which religion can be so DULL, ARCHAICAL and UNFAIR?! I respect everything, but to your sayings that “what you see in media is not what the true teachings of our prophet say”,  I answer that even if a small part of the believers do horrors in the name of a false interpretation, if you”the good believers” go against their terrific  actions, then start preaching something else too instead of accepting this on a global level!!!! You must be afraid of the violence justified by your law and the activate yourself and give a new teaching. And stop drinking and come to annoy european women, we’ll never be submitted…!!!

Love is freedom and understanding, and I’m praying for comprehension of those values in the whole world. It might come by war, so let’s start fighting to be heard!!! islam-vs-other-religion Credo di essere una persona tollerante e buona, aperta allo studio delle altre culture e rispettosa di tutte le religioni. Ma adesso l’ISLAM ha toccato un limite. E’ disgustoso dover essere bombardati dai media sugli orrori che (ancora) accadono nei paesi del Medio Oriente! Questa povera ragazza impiccata…. Come nel Medioevo, perché ha ucciso un uomo che cercava di violentarla. La sua lettera mi ha commossa, ho cercato di mettermi nei suoi panni; io che a 19 anni vivevo uno dei periodi più belli della mia vita, me la spassavo nell’estate della maturità, iniziavo l’università…come posso capire? Infatti non si può perché siamo profondamente diverse. Con il rispetto della defunta, ma non siete definibili donne nella società attuale. E, sebbene possa essere tra quelle che si dichiarai apertamente contro il femminismo per il quale le suffragette scendevano in piazza e per il quale adesso stiamo prendendo un falso controllo che ci fa perdere di vista i valori familiari, questa è una deformazione per la nostra specie. con tutti i mezzi che ci sono per essere ascoltati possiamo immaginare rivoluzioni di portata ben più grande di quelle del secolo scorso, eppure tutto rimane fermo. Ma anche non potendo sotto quel piano, se siete donne UCCIDETELI. E combattete per essere libere. Che sinceramente vedervi girare per l’Europa in Burka fa abbastanza senso. Vi rispettiamo, ma ci fate pena. Guardiamo silenziose questi fantasmi che si aggirano per l’Europa e che sotto magari indossano migliaia di euro di vestiti presi nelle migliori boutiques e noi non possiamo mostrare le nostre belle gambe nei loro paesi perché altrimenti ci cacciano via..?! Se andiamo a fare una vacanzina nella città paventata come progresso, modernità e lusso (Dubai) non possiamo girare mano nella mano o baciarsi..?! Che poi è ipocrita perché mi invitano  e mi dicono che è come Monaco, che la vita è bellissima ma di fatto restano queste leggi e le temperature sono altissime. Ma infatti io non ci metterò mai piede! Perché di trovare un altro mondo effimero e dorato ma ancora più ipocrita proprio non ci tengo. Ci sono tantissimi affascinanti arabi in Europa, ma come li vediamo qua non possiamo vederli altrove. Vengono per mangiare, bere e spassarsela con donne libere il periodo che serve per poi tornare laggiù e rispettare le loro regole di astinenza da cibo, alcool e sesso. Credo anche quest’ultima cosa, perché dubito che possano avere intensi rapporti con le loro donne vista la chiusura che c’è – vogliamo ricordare che si circoncidono anche le donne laggiù? “Nel Corano niente di ciò che vedi è predicato, sono deformazioni degli integralisti”; ma noi cristiani deformazioni così selvagge non le abbiamo mai viste!!! Quindi perché accettare? Del resto è tutta una violenza sin dal principio l’Islamismo… Un ricco visionario scende dalla montagna dicendo che ha sentito la parola di Dio e giustamente viene cacciato via dalla Mecca. A Medina, città più chiusa e meno importante, con il suo carisma riesce a farsi dei seguaci e quando ne ha abbastanza si reca fuori dalle mura della Mecca dicendo che avrebbe risparmiato la popolazione se la sua regione fosse stata accettata. E il resto è tutta una faida: i 4 califfi e i successori a dover mantenere l’ordine, ad imporsi e farsi uccidere da aspiranti governanti. Ho spiegato in parole semplici ciò che avevo iniziato a studiare con piacere (ma mi tocca dare un altro esame), potete ritrovarlo nel dettaglio nel libro A history of the Modern Middle East  di Cleaveland, disponibile online in pdf. Gesù, figlio di Dio,  si sacrifica per l’umanità e mai parla di violenza, eppure la religione che lo vede come profeta è la più praticata del mondo. Per non parlare delle religioni orientali, della loro tolleranza e non-violenza.

Le religioni sono l’oppio dei popoli, usate sin da principio dai governanti per mantenere l’ordine. Ma c’è qualcosa in cui non si può non credere: il verbo in sé, l’insegnamento. E il verbo per le popolazioni sane non è la violenza e il non rispetto dell’individuo.

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8 thoughts on “Misogynism can be defined but law is relative. A few more tears and disgust toward Iran in particular and the Midle East, in general.

    • Alessandra Cantini says:

      I have many Muslims friends and we spend great times together, but I see them in Europe and they keep on shaking shoulders about the barbaric uses. Middle East is always been a cradle of different uses and influences, but still their mentality derives from a common sense of descent and history. I am fascinated because they’re as charming as dangerous…their mentality is very different because of how they relate with religion. Jewish and Muslims are the most felt religions of the XXth century I guess. And they make war toward each other.

      • goaloflifeadmin says:

        Barbarism is and has been part of all states. If one were to pick up history books within any nation, one will see its barbarism as repulsive as current day acts. Humans in general have aggressive tendencies that explode once purpose has been justified to it.

      • Alessandra Cantini says:

        That’s what I wrote. I am not blaming Islam in all its totality because the Church did awful things as well – crusades, persecutions, inquisitions, corruption, tortures, killings etc.
        Religions take violence with them because they give a faith to fight for. Governors always used religion to keep their power.
        But Jesus didn’t mean that. Jesus died instead of making his friends fight for him. Muhammad didn’t do that: he throated people in Mecca to kill them if they didn’t follow Islamism when he had enough followers who could have fought for him.
        From that the Jihad, their culture of imposing a religion.
        You see, this is totally different. At least the Church progressed and popes like Alessandro VI stopped being popular… The Jewish also, at least they keep their beliefs for them (and they too are not so tolerant)!!!!!!
        But Islamic WANT to be understood, and use medias so that the world can see how AWFULLY VIOLENTLY STRONG they might be toward people without defense. Their LAWS aren’t of this century. Those are, excuse the francesismo, barbaric shit.
        And why ONU doesn’t intervene I don’t know – and why the medias are allowed to show beheadings, hangings and killings either…
        What is the purpose? Shall all this horror be justified??
        It’s a long scaring topic.

      • goaloflifeadmin says:

        I think you have an incorrect out look on history and its bias. You don;t seem to understand the concept of State and defense. There was no forced conversion in Islam, that’s why there is a dhimmi tax, it means people of the book or any other religions can live within the REAL Islamic state not ( isil ), and pay a tax to be protected as they are not forced to join the army or fight for the state. As long as they do not cause dissension within the state.

        No difference to any other state in the world. Also, the church never progressed and I can site you books on it. Real Jews are a minority, I would not even site Israel as Jewish, its a Zionist state.

  1. goaloflifeadmin says:

    Also the Media shows these terrible acts, because ISIS is a CIA and Zionist creation, they were trained in Jordan, then sent to Syria to topple ASSAD, because he had made an oil deal with Iran, that would sell OIL in probably Euros to Europe. Thats why the US, UK, France Qatar, Saudi, wanted to attack Syria, but Russia intervened. As Al Nusra and ISIS were in a stalemate with ASSAD, they went off to IRAQ and took over Mosul, again its false because they were allowed too by the Baathist. When ISIL took over the oil fields in Iraq, the WEST decided to intervene to secure it. But most people don;t know that, ISIL sell oil on the black market to Israel, then Israel sells to Europe for a higher prices. This is why one of the reasons why OIL prices has dropped to 77 Dollars per barrel.

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