So I get this comment from reader Rasheed in response to my post Fitna - YouTube Bends Over - Takes it up the Kazoo:
I am telling all of those peoples who loves the peace and want to estliblished it in this existing world please we should not try to make this world a place where every one fight to each others. freedom of speech means in not to abuse the sentiments of others on the basis of religon, caste, nation, or ethinicity. I don't want to see the such pitty film. please you respect the others sentiments. if you give respect then youcan find respect. if anyone abuse someone on the basis of freedom of speech then he should also prepare for the response, then you don't cry about your condition that may be so worst you cant imagine.
To which I reply (and here I am making the assumption that my reader is Muslim):
Dear, dear Rasheed, let me tell you, to use your words, if anyone abuses someone on the basis of religion, as Muslims do to infidels, then he should also prepare for the response, then you don't cry about your condition that may be so terrible that you can't imagine.
Hitler warned the non-Aryan world of his intention to rule the world in his book Mein Kampf (my struggle or jihad). In the same manner, Islam has also warned the non-Muslim world of its intention to rule the world in its version of "Mein Kampf": the Qur'an.
Muslims have had 1400 years to reform and renounce the barbaric portions of the Qur'an. For example, Judaism, 2000 years ago, had already discarded the vengeful notion of "an eye for an eye...." In fact, Rabbinical Authorities at that time had already called the "Death Penalty" a barbaric practice not worthy of civilized peoples [The Worst Parts Of Judaism/Christianity]. How did Mohammed miss that sentiment?
At the end of the film, Geert Wilders merely asks Muslims to begin reforming Islam, to tear out those pages of barbaric, racist, anti-Jew, anti-infidel, murderous, primitive, inhumane, misogynistic, savage, cruel, intolerant, noxious, evil, vile filth from the Qur'an. Is that too much to ask? Are we being mean?
It isn't like we haven't asked you Muslims to be non-violent before. In 1391, Byzantine Emperor Manuel II Palaiologos complained: "Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached. God is not pleased by blood - and not acting reasonably is contrary to God's nature. Faith is born of the soul, not the body. Whoever would lead someone to faith needs the ability to speak well and to reason properly, without violence and threats... To convince a reasonable soul, one does not need a strong arm, or weapons of any kind, or any other means of threatening a person with death." [See The Pope and Disproportionate Response] You hear that, Rasheed?
Filthy Qur'an Revealed for What it Truly Is
So we have the nerve to air the dirty laundry of the Qur'an for all to see, is that why you and all other Muslims threaten us with "condition that may be so worst you cant imagine". But you see, I can imagine. I can also imagine a world without Islam, a world filled with people of all religions except for the fake military, political, barbaric system you call Islam.
Fitna, as I viewed it, is rather tame, but it still may help the world realize that Islam is not a religion but a political system bent on world domination, that the Qur'an is not a holy book but a military manual for world conquest, that the Hadiths are not like the Gospels but rather instructions for the proper handling and subjugation of infidels.
Fitna could have been much worse but human eyes are not meant to see the whole disgusting truth of Islam at one sitting.