Giving Islam credit for science is like giving credit to the Inquisition

Muslim pilgrims perform the final walk a

The Grand Mosque in Mecca where tens of thousands of Moslems pilgrimage to circle the Kaaba in veneration of Mohammad.  Mohammad did not create a religion of peace and enlightenment, but a religion of death, slavery, and oppression.  The history of Islam is written in blood, just as the Church of the Inquisition that took it’s cue from Islam’s lead and corrupted Christianity.

Everyone of European decent knows the story of how the Catholic Inquisition persecuted Galileo.  Science was at odds with religion, or at least, with the dogmatic religion of leftists who had corrupted the Christian church.  Jesus’ only interest in human affairs was in morality, not in technology, and those who objected to technology only did so to keep their slaves enthralled in ignorance.

When the printing press was invented and the Bible translated from Latin for all the people to read, an awakening occurred that spelled the end of the dominion of the Catholic Inquisition.  Five hundred years the people of Europe were kept enslaved by the papacy, just as the people under boot of Islam have been enslaved for fourteen centuries.

We cannot fight an enemy we do not understand.  We cannot understand them without knowing what they teach and their history.  Islam erupted from the deserts of Arabia, a place where the descendants of those who were banished from civilized lands found ways to survive.  These people did not teach righteousness to their children, which is why the region has always been dangerous to travelers.

The Golden Age of Islam came about by centuries of culture stolen from enslaved Christians of the defeated Roman Empire.  Have you ever wondered why Hispanic culture is so corrupt?  Why the Mafia came from Sicily?

It’s because Spain and Sicily spent centuries under the boot of Islam.  Do you wonder why Islam appeals so strongly to criminals, especially blacks?  It is because Mohammad promises vengeance to his followers, and the overthrow of their betters.

Do you think I say this because I am racist?  That belief demonstrates the shallow depth of your understanding.  Have you ever wondered why blacks and Hispanics have it so hard in America, but Asians are prospering better than whites?  When you understand the difference between European/Asian cultures, and black/Hispanic cultures, then you will begin to understand the truth.

Man on the Moon

The agency who made the greatest crowning achievement of science and technology, Christian America, and all of mankind – NASA that put man on the Moon – has been debased to appeasing Islamists with bread crumbs for “Islam’s contributions to science,” according to Barack Hussein Obama.

Islam is not, and has never been, a religion of peace.  Mohammad started out teaching love, peace, and the brotherhood of man just as Jesus did, with some slight, but significant differences.  His teaching was that Muslims be peaceful toward other Muslims, but that those who were not Muslim were beneath contempt.  When he demanded that his tribal leaders in Mecca bow to his spiritual authority, they rightly told him to get out or they’d kill him.

It was after this, when Mohammad fled from Mecca to Medina in what is known as the Hijrah, that Mohammad’s true nature emerged.  For the next decade he spent sending his followers to loot and pillage Meccan merchant caravans, wage war, and murder anyone who spoke against Islam.  When even he violated the laws and customs of his people, those who questioned his excuse that “Allah allowed this to him because he is the Prophet,” they, too, met violent ends as not being Muslim enough.

Islam’s history of war, slavery, and destruction

To understand the revival of Islamic Jihadis today, one must understand the history of how they came to rule over the Middle East and parts of Europe, and why they became quiescent after the seventeenth century.  The video attached is of a man who teaches the history of Islam in a swift lecture.  It is up to the student to take what he learns here and discover more of the truth before the evil that is the religion of Mohammad overwhelms and destroys the children of the world.

Sharia – not the law of radical Islamists, but the law of Mohammad

Obama’s Apology Tour part II – renaming Al-Qaeda and global warming

America is duty bound to exterminate Jihadis

Better to die with Jesus in your heart than Mohammad on your lips

Faith in God kills part II – Mohammad’s life forging the death cult of Islam

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7 Responses to Giving Islam credit for science is like giving credit to the Inquisition

  1. Incidentally, here is the word on dear Galileo Galilei. It is a good thing that the Church did not rush to embrace Galileo’s views, because it turned out that his ideas were not entirely correct. Galileo believed that the sun was not just the fixed center of the solar system but the fixed center of the universe. We now know that the sun is not the center of the universe and that it does move—it simply orbits the center of the GALAXY rather than the EARTH.

    As more recent science has shown, both Galileo and his opponents were partly right and partly wrong. Galileo was RIGHT in asserting the mobility of the earth and WRONG in asserting the immobility of the sun. His opponents were RIGHT in asserting the mobility of the sun and WRONG in asserting the immobility of the earth.

    Had the Catholic Church rushed to endorse Galileo’s views—and there were many in the Church who did—the Church would have embraced what modern science has disproved.

    In the end, Galileo recanted his heliocentric teachings, but it was not—as is commonly supposed—under torture nor after a harsh imprisonment. Galileo was, in fact, treated surprisingly well.

    Nicolini revealed the circumstances surrounding Galileo’s “imprisonment” when he reported to the Tuscan king: “The pope told me that he had shown Galileo a favor never accorded to another” (letter dated Feb. 13, 1633); ” . . . he has a servant and every convenience” (letter, April 16); and “In regard to the person of Galileo, he ought to be imprisoned for some time because he disobeyed the orders of 1616, but the pope says that after the publication of the sentence he will consider with me as to what can be done to afflict him as little as possible” (letter, June 18).

    Had Galileo been tortured, Nicolini would have reported it to his king. While instruments of torture may have been present during Galileo’s recantation (this was the custom of the legal system in Europe at that time), they definitely were not used.

    The records demonstrate that Galileo could NOT be tortured because of regulations laid down in The DIRECTORY FOR INQUISITORS (Nicholas Eymeric, 1595). This was the official guide of the HOLY OFFICE, the Church office charged with dealing with such matters, and was FOLLOWED TO THE LETTER.

    As noted scientist and philosopher Alfred North Whitehead remarked, in an age that saw a large number of “witches” subjected to torture and execution by Protestants in New England, “the worst that happened to the men of science was that Galileo suffered an honorable detention and a mild reproof.”

    EVEN SO, the Catholic Church today acknowledges that Galileo’s condemnation was WRONG. The Vatican has even issued two stamps of Galileo as an expression of REGRET for his mistreatment.

    In Jesus,
    Cathy
    Read entire Galileo controversy and history here:
    http://www.catholic.com/tracts/the-galileo-controversy

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    • dustyk103 says:

      Good points, but I don’t know of anyone who knows history and science who believes Galileo was tortured. That’s probably just a story made by the same people who think man-made global warming deniers are anti-science.

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  2. haha you’d be surprised what goes around, look at the myth of the inquisitions we spoke of …. but just in case, thought I’d throw it in. 🙂

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  3. Sachal Smith says:

    There is a difference between religion and science, that religion glorifies mysteries whilst science tends to curb it. Islam, similar to Judeo-Christian traditions depicts Hermeticism in its teachings. You can have a look at my blog on this subject for details @ sachalsmith777.blogspot.com

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  4. Abdullah says:

    You’re one sick RACIST SON OF A BITCH I’m very sorry for your Mother you are a fuck wasted. I pray that ALLAH fill HELL with all of you sick sons of BITCHES You need help and the only help that would have save you, was Islam but you’re oppose to it. Sad what liar you are.

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