Friday, May 13, 2011

If...

...the bin Laden porn stash story is true (and that's impossible to say since dead men tell no tales) then it would explain a lot about radical Islam. The entire structure of AQ and jihad seems to be built around sexual frustration.

Think about it-- the Taliban cuts off the head of a woman because she was unfaithful; Iran stones homosexuals and harasses women if they show any hair; Atta and some of the other 9/11 hijackers went to strip clubs, as did Major Hasan, as did Yousef and KSM back in the day; suicide bombers are almost always lonesome losers and are enticed to blow stuff up with the promise of 72 virgins; Most of Arabia places women in a box so tight that in Saudi they can't even drive. Men aren't even supposed to shake hands with women. And the concept of Muta--temporary marriages so men can essentially engage in one-night stands and keep in good standing with Allah, is still practiced even if the book doesn't really condone it.

The struggle between man, woman and lust goes back to the garden and Eve. Radical Islam's way of dealing with it is to just keep the chicks down, but UBL's long struggle has produced very little aside from senseless deaths over the past 20 years. He died a little worm of a middle aged troll, planning horrible things for innocent people when not flipping channels watching his own tapes and perhaps some porn while living with three wives. So if the great struggle is defined by his way versus creations like Lady Gaga or NOW, the west still wins by a nose.

4 comments:

Debbie said...

Yes I think this has merit, sexual frustration. Look at most of the terrorists, they enjoyed prostitutes, alcohol, kafir women, porn, ... Yet it is against their religion...

(Blogger is working again...)

Debbie
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LASunsett said...

Wow....Blogger is actually working....only after decimating a ton of comments worldwide.

A.C. McCloud said...

It was a good break for me because I was suffering from lack of topic.

BTW, the Althouse blog was removed in the mayhem. Hmmmmmm.

LASunsett said...

Maybe it's time to leave Blogger.