The contagious Islamic way of thinking….

Dude looks like Hilaly
Dude looks like Hilaly


What’s the difference between a victim-blaming Islamic grand super exalted mega mufti and a victim-blaming Abbott-allergic ABC favourite?

About 11 years. Here’s Sheik Taj El-Din Hamid Hilaly in 2006, blaming women for being raped:

If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside, without cover, and the cats come to eat it, whose fault is it, the cats’ or the uncovered meat’s? The uncovered meat is the problem. If she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab, no problem would have occurred.

And here’s frequent ABC invitee Paula Matthewson in 2017, blaming Tony Abbott for getting headbutted:

Think of a man who digs a pit and fills it with ravenous dogs. He is responsible if anyone falls into that pit & gets mauled. If it is him who falls into the pit, he is still responsible for the mauling.

Matthewson even has a similar tone and cadence to old Sheik Hilaly, not to mention their shared fondness for peculiar animal metaphors.

2 thoughts on “The contagious Islamic way of thinking….”

  1. Muslims are liberals and liberals are muslims. Both creeds want to enforce a static certainty on a dynamically uncertain world.

    Both demand the false right to “pre-emptively, defensively” attack everyone else first, in order to prevent those others from ever being able to attack them first.

    Being subjectivist hypocrites who refuse to obey the Golden Rule of Law principle to not attack (thereby innocent) other people first, they demand idolatrous rights without having any concomitant corollary responsibilities and effects without causes, in offloading their own responsibilities onto their victims, by stealing their rights.

    But their might will never make right, because the objective truth will always remain that the quest for certainty will always remain uncertain, while only uncertainty is certain.

  2. Crime is defined as intentionally attacking thereby innocent others first.

    “Crime prevention” is attacking thereby innocent other people first, too.

    Since libertines don’t trust them selves to abide by any agreements, they also won’t trust anyone else to, either, and so try to impose force.

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