Capture the Flag

On July 10, 2015, the Confederate flag was removed from South Carolina’s statehouse grounds after nearly half a century. Civil rights activists have been demanding the flag to be removed ever since it was placed on the capitol dome in the 1960s. Some defended it as part of the South’s culture and heritage, while others viewed it is a racist symbol. South Carolina was the first state to secede from the Union and join the Confederacy during the American civil war which began because of disagreements on slavery and states’ rights. Activists and lawmakers increased pressure on the government to take down the flag after nine black people were shot and killed at a historic church in Charleston, South Carolina in June 2015. The gunman, 21 year-old Dylann Roof, had posed in photos with the flag and had posted online a racist manifesto in which he speaks of igniting a race war.

Nevertheless, this article is neither about the South nor the Confederate flag in particular. It’s about the flag as a symbol of believes, ideas and values throughout the history. Humans by the nature are territorial creatures, driven by a survival instinct that compels them to cling to the familiar and avoid the unknown. That has been the most basic, fundamental reason behind violent conflicts from tribal invasions to the world wars. The war of the worlds, in essence, has always been the war of the flags.

Here is an interesting observation: Today, the powers that be claim they are guiding the humanity towards equality, unity and social justice, a global utopia free of discrimination and prejudice based on color, creed, ideology, gender, sexual orientation, etc. and yet, they are being selective in deciding which culture and what orientations and values have priority over the other. For instance they don’t hesitate to condemn the Confederate flag on the basis that the flag is a reminder of slavery and therefore is considered offensive, but the same politicians raise the rainbow flag of the LGBT movement over government buildings and corporate offices, ignoring the fact that the religious people might find a flag that represents homosexuality offensive. The United States of America’s Constitution clearly and unambiguously emphasizes on the freedom of religion while nowhere it mentions anything about the role of government in marriage, and yet the United States government violates the constitutional rights of its citizens in favor of gay and lesbian couples and not only dictates the citizens on how to tolerate homosexuality, but encourages them to celebrate it. On June 26, 2015, when the United States Supreme Court bypassed announced the nationwide legalization of gay marriage, within hours, the White House was lit up in rainbow colors to show the government and President Barack Hussein Obama’s support for the LGBT community who have been highly supportive of his presidency and have donated millions of dollars to his various campaigns and fund raising dinner events. On July 16, 2015, the Muslim terrorist Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez opened fire in two military centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee and killed four U.S marines. President Obama refused to even acknowledge this tragedy as an act of terrorism and it took six days for the White House to lower flags in honor of dead marines, and if you think President Obama is the only Liberal public figure who is hesitant in condemning Islamic terrorism, think again: Tolerance for Islamic terror and violence is a well established trend among the Liberal globalist class.

In today’s inverted world, white heterosexual Christians are viewed as a threat while minorities such as gays and Muslims are viewed as misunderstood victims. Hence, if one white person commits a race-driven crime, the entire white race must be put into shame and be punished, but if a Muslim commits a religion-driven crime, that’s an isolated incident. Following the Charleston shooting, the Liberal online publication Salon.com demanded that white Americans must answer for the tragedy, but when Muslim brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev detonated a hand-made bomb during the Boston Marathon in April 2013 that killed three people and injured and maimed 264 others, Salon.com argued that Muslims didn’t need to apologize for anything. After all, they refer to Islam as “the religion of peace”, an absolute, outright and shameless lie, contradicted by holy Muslim book the Quran and 14 centuries of Islamic violence and bloodshed. The Quran glorifies hatred and demands violence like no other holy book in any other religion. Even the controversial ancient Jewish text Talmud which is infamous for advocating restrict laws and harsh punishments pales in comparison to the Quran. For example read these verses of the Quran and see how explicitly it commands Muslims to commit atrocities and perpetrate violence:

– Fighting is prescribed for you, and you dislike it, but it is possible that you dislike a thing which is good for you, and that you love a thing which is bad for you, but Allah knows, and you know not. – Quran (2:216)

– Fight against them so that Allah will punish them by your hands and disgrace them and give you victory over them and heal the hearts of his followers. – Quran (9:14)

– Fight against the non-believers, those who do not acknowledge Islam even if they are of the People of the Book [i.e. Jews, Christians, etc.] until they pay the Jizya [Islamic tax] with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued. – Quran (9:29)

– The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and his prophet and strive to make mischief in the land is that they should be murdered or crucified or their hands and their feet should be cut off on opposite sides or they should be imprisoned, this shall be as a disgrace for them in this world, and in the hereafter they shall suffer a great punishment. – Quran (5:33)

– I will cast terror into the hearts of non-believers. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them. – Quran (8:12)

The Quran contains 164 verses that command Muslims to wage war against non-believers and spread terror and violence. Muslims who do not join the fight are considered hypocrites and warned that if they hesitate and do not participate in the slaughter, Allah will send them to hell for severe punishment.

The verses of violence in the Quran are open-ended, meaning that they are not restrained by the historical context of the surrounding text. They are part of the eternal, unchanging word of Allah. In other words, a devoted 21st century Muslim is obliged to fight against the rest of none Muslim world in the same manner that a 6th century Muslim was obliged, and this war must continue until either the entire none Muslim world converts to Islam or accepts to pay the Islamic tax. As you can see, based on such ideology the only good Muslim is a cold hearted killer, a terrorist who won’t shy away from slaughtering non-believers regardless of their age, race, gender, sexual orientation, etc.

This is the truth about Islam, but the powers that be deliberately and repeatedly ignore the truth and cling to their delusions of multiculturalism and in the process, undermine rights, sovereignty and security of their native citizens. The Confederate flag controversy shed light on hypocrisy, insanity and prejudice of the Liberal globalist class that are hell bent on destroying the humanity as we know it. Based on their argument, the Confederate flag must be banned because it represents hatred, prejudice and racism, but the mosques and Islamic centers shall remain open and continue to spread teachings of the Quran which is the most vile hate speech ever composed.

Mankind’s history is the story of capturing the flag, one flag down, one flag up, the cycle goes on.

 

12 Replies to “Capture the Flag”

  1. joeschmoe

    It would be nice if you could compose an article that doesn’t connect to gay people or your feelings about it. You seem to connect everything, and I mean everything, to it. The typical religious obsession with sexual orientations.

  2. MichaelPayne

    @joeschmoe,

    I’ve written many articles that don’t connect to gay people:

    http://www.reignoftheilluminati.net

    The reason I haven’t posted them here is because I thought the general readers of MikeSouth.com may not be interested in topics like secret societies, ancient history and paranormal phenomenon. “Over the Rainbow” series, on the other hand, is focused on social issues including but not limited to the LGBT, and since social issues are being debated on this web site regularly, that’s why I thought this series might be suitable for here. By the way, nothing in my writings indicates that I’m a religious person, because I’m not. I wonder why you made the assumption that I am. I oppose gay propaganda and sexual initiation of children, so I must be a religious person, right? Is that what they thought you in college? Typical millennial/ yappie mindset. Stretch your mind and think outside the box. Cheers.

  3. joeschmoe

    The “homosexuality is wrong” came from religion. That is fact. You tell people to open their minds but you keep stuck to what basically amounts to a religious dogma born in the Catholic Church long ago. We all get you don’t like gay people and we all get you are against equal rights for gay people. You don’t need to put it in every single thing you write (I admit I have only read your stuff here though).

    The whole “sexual initiation of children” is completely bogus and you know it. The number of people with a gay orientation as a section of our society has not increased much over the last 2 generations. What has increased is the number of people willing to be open about it, admit it, and not hide they are gay. That does not mean people have been initiated into it.

    Conspiracy theories are fun, sometimes there is substance to them, sometimes it is absolute rubbish. Stretching my mind does not mean accepting concepts that are completely bogus just to say “Haha, I get the secret conspiracy, I am thinking out of the box”. I think people like you just blindly accept stuff as fact in order to feel good about yourselves that you are bucking society or thinking differently, or telling yourself “I know the real truth unlike the sheep”. If that makes you feel better that is great for you, but you really should think about why you are doing this.

    Your mind is not open if you are sticking to an old religious dogma when it comes to sexual orientations. It was Christians who taught the myths of “sexual initiation”, and have denied equal rights for centuries. All because of a few lines in an ancient text written by an unknown person. That is not an open mind, that is dogma.

    Christianity has fought homosexuality for 2000 years, gay people have not gone away, and never will. It is part of the human experience and people like yourself need to start embracing your fellow humans instead of wasting so much energy on a failed platform that will never give you victory. Move onto something else, it is a worthless venture at this stage to still be fighting rights for gay people or going on about theories about how they are sneaking into our schools and teaching young children to be gay.

  4. joeschmoe

    Have gay lobby groups got too powerful and now try to push people around and bully them to get their way? Absolutely. But you have to accept that after centuries of abuse , they decided to gather together in the 20th century and fight back. Our cultures oppression of them for so long created that monster and we need to stop fighting it and move into better things to do in the world. There is no reason to continue to keep fighting this battle.

    You have been programmed , you won’t admit that. But if those few lines in the bible where never written, or burned, or never cannonized by the catholic church, we would never have had this issue in the first place. It is a creation by people that you claim to be free from. Think about it.

    PS – before you even say it, I am simply using Christianity as that is the dominant religion in USA, and Europe before the USA was created. I am aware other religious also have wanted to deny rights based on sexual orientation. However, Islam was born from the Old Testament (Abrahamic religion), and that is where they got it from too.

  5. CPanzram

    @MrPayne

    Those quotes from the Quran are quite troubling. Sadly, they read exactly like the Old Testament. In Matthew Jesus is quoted saying that they must be followed too. The Quran and the Bible aren’t all that different. The differences between them are comparable to the Fu Man Chu novels. If it is story that you are going for you only need to read one.

    The word of the Christian god hasn’t changed either. God’s just as much of a sadistic and unloving fuck that he or she has always been.

    Some Muslims read the Quran and do nasty shit. The Bible commands people to do some nasty shit too along the same lines as the Quran. The only reason you don’t see that many Christians going bonkers today is because Christians already did all of the horrible shit in the past to get to where they are today. Society called bullshit on their beliefs, and their time is over. The religion is predicted to be virtually extinct by 2065. They had a good run.

    Christians killed millions and millions of people. 113.8 million died in Christian wars as opposed to the 16.4 million that died in Muslim wars. Yet, somehow the Muslims are no-good evildoers. Christianity is pretty fucking deadly and hardly a religion of peace.

    The world is becoming more secular. As a result, the need to hate gays, women with short hair, women who talk in church, women who were raped, and women who squeeze the testes of another man during a fight (Deuteronomy 25:11) isn’t a priority aside from those who are dickheads.

  6. joeschmoe

    Mohammed did sell himself as a continuation of the prophets from the Old Testament (he believed in the Old Testament and his writings were inspired by it), and that the Quran was the final word from God. There is a lot of connection between the two and Christians who are so easy to throw shots at Muslims don’t even realize how closely tied their roots are.

    Mohammed’s vision was one of conquest and violence; these horrible creatures in the Islamic State are not making their beliefs up from thin air, they are reading verbatim from the Quran.

    Moderate and Mainstream Muslims and Christians both chose to ignore the vile parts of their books (thankfully and respectfully they do), but the words and commands are there in plain sight and there are plenty of violent commands in both texts that have inspired terrorists, slave traders, slave owners, deniers of human rights, war mongers, the list is a long one.

  7. joeschmoe

    Very good points on the history of Christianity. All the things we are horrified about Islamic extremists and governments today, have happened in comparable fashion in Christian history. We just have got past it and people seem to have forgotten about it. There were so many wars in Europe due to Christianity, the colonization and pillaging of the world, the slave trade, you name it…….. Islam is just a few centuries behind it it’s development curve and we are seeing them go through what Christianity went through a few hundred years ago. Eventually the Arab world will secularize their governance like Europe did (with the appropriate wars and conflict and death to get there of course), and it will start to get to the point Christianity is at now in a couple more centuries.

    Religion will not be gone in 2065 or at any time for that matter. There will always be a huge swath of humanity that need to believe the will survive after earthy death, need to believe they will see their loved ones again in some paradise, and who need to believe there is an external force that will solve their problems. That won’t go away.

  8. MichaelPayne

    @joeschmoe,

    Hereby you admit you have only read my stuff here, and yet based on your limited information, you make the assumption that I’m a bigot who has borrowed his views from religious texts and blabbers conspiracy theories just because he wants to feel good about himself. I don’t expect you to buy my book, I don’t expect you to read all of my articles, but I don’t appreciate being misjudged either.

  9. MichaelPayne

    @Ms. Panz,

    I don’t deny the evil that Christianity has committed during its 2000 year history. However, even at its lowest point which was during the Dark Ages, Christianity was more humane than Islam in the 21st century.

    Christianity did not even start as a religious cult, it started as a revolutionary act against the oppression of Roman Empire, and Jesus Christ never had any ambition to become a political war lord and cause violence and bloodshed. One century after his death, the Roman Empire, weakened by corruption, environmental changes and long wars, invented Christianity partly based on the life story and teachings of Jesus Christ and partly based on Pagan myths. Invention of Christianity was a political effort to unite people under one theological umbrella and guarantee the survival and continuation of the Empire. Catholic church was the continuation of Roman Empire in disguise.

    Islam, on the other hand, is a barbaric cult, invented by a vicious war lord and from the beginning, its sole purpose has been to gain power through conquest and violence. Islam was invented by Muhammad, a brutal war lord who ordered the massacre and beheading of thousands of people during his 23 year old quest for power and supremacy, a man who treated wives and children of his enemies like spoils of war and either shared them among his army or sold them in slave markets, a man who at the age of 54, married a 6 year old child.

    Religion in general has a great capacity for evil, however there are different degrees of evil. I can never compare Jesus Christ who defended a prostitute and saved her to pedophile Muhammad who violated a 6 year old child. That would be historically inaccurate and morally wrong.

  10. joeschmoe

    Two things Mr Payne

    1 – In your recent post, you make very good comments on Islam. It was invented and used as a means of conquest, with tremendous zeal from the direct successors of Mohammed to very large caliphates. Much of the horrible attrocities the Islamic State are committing today happened at the hands of the caliphates in Islamic history. I can agree with you. ANd while I have no sympathy for Christians, I can not deny there is a gap between each religions barbaric history.

    Secondly, you pointed out judging you. You write essays judging people solely on their sexual preferences. You can not present any reason that being gay should be prohibited other than what came from religious brain washing of the generations.

    I will visit your site and read some things. I may think you are way off on some things, and have good points on others. Debating is good but I still think you need to drop the “gay” stuff and move on.

  11. MichaelPayne

    @joeschmoe,

    I am not at the position to pass judgment on anybody for any reason, I don’t have anything against the gay people, and I don’t think homosexuality should be prohibited. To put it simply, I don’t have any problem with the gay people, I have problem with the gay agenda. On a larger scale, I have problem with any kind of agenda that tends to undermine freedom of expression, freedom of speech and freedom of choice. You are correct on pointing out that one of the reasons behind establishing the LGBT lobby groups was to fight back against years of abuse, discrimination and oppression. However, the LGBT lobby groups have become the same bully that they used to fight, the oppressed has become the oppressor, and that’s why I oppose them and their methods and their propaganda which starts at the elementary schools against the wishes of the majority of parents.

    I am not a religious person, I don’t have to be religious to distinguish right from wrong. When the state interferes with the livelihood of a baker couple and orders them to bake a cake for a gay wedding, in their privately operated shop, against their will, or face penalty and prison, in my view that’s wrong, that’s the government overstepping its boundaries, that’s a slippery slope which will lead to tyranny, and if we the people don’t stand against it, soon the government will interfere in every other aspect of lives of each and every one of us. So I do what I can, what I believe is right which is writing articles, addressing and discussing such issues and raising awareness. Some will agree with me, some will disagree, and that’s fine. As independent individuals, we don’t have to see eye to eye and agree on every issue all the time.

    Having said that, if you’re going to visit my web site and read more of my articles, I hope you find some of them interesting and agreeable. Cheers.

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