Silencing the Expression of Faith
By Hwaa Irfan
What nearly always comes to the surface in media terms when it comes to expressions of faith are the many years behind the global elite’s Islamphobic reaction. Accept by the time their propaganda descends to the common man, woman and child, it plays on yet another elite thread of propaganda, the illusory notion of free sex. Put the two together, and what does one have, Muslim women and hijab.
Two weeks following Madonna’s Chainmail Niqab on Facebook, France’s obsession with lust renewed it’s attack against the Muslim veil. Then recently, the unusual happened whereby Swedish women took on the veil as a right to choose in defence of a Swedish Muslimah who was attacked for wearing the veil. But Muslims who take up the gauntlet in the recent UK government’s decision to ban the veil in the UK are missing the wider agenda, as represented by the mass protests taking place in the colonial state of Canada which seeks to eliminate all forms of religious expression in public spaces.
There are many who do not see what the big deal is essentially because over the years they have been hoodwinked into believing that a person of faith has no freedom and prevents their own freedom. But the irony is, is that freedom they thought they had/have is one big illusion because the State has become their god, and their blind belief.
In this blind belief other liberties are being stripped away, from the right of parenthood, the right to work, to eat real food, the right to real education and the list goes on.
Put it all together, and what do you have is the communistic masses.
“Just as man, as a social being, cannot in the long run exist without a tie to the community, so the individual will never find the real justification for his existence, and his own spiritual and moral autonomy, anywhere except in an extramundane principle capable of relativizing the overpowering influence of external factors. The individual who is not anchored in God can offer no resistance on his own resources to the physical and moral blandishments of the world. For this he needs the evidence of inner, transcendent experience which alone can protect him from the otherwise inevitable submersion in the mass. Merely intellectual or even moral insight into the stultification and moral irresponsibility of the mass man is a negative recognition only and amounts to much more than a wavering on the road to the atomization of the individual. . .
“The State has taken the place of God; that is why, seen from this angle, the socialist dictatorships are religions and State slavery is a form of worship” – Carl Jung
We are being reduced to a controllable whole, and the only change to that tsunami is the human spirit, a spirit that is being ‘doctored’ by overpricing real food and making widely available, by withdrawing healthy alternatives to bad medicine, through the music industry, the global education agenda, reducing us to a barely liveable wage, so that they can tell us where and how to live survive.
If all of that is perfectly acceptable, then keep pretending, and keep ignoring the many who have tried to warn us before!