Quote Of The Day — March 8, 2015

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“Quotations on Islam from Notable Non-Muslims “

 

In the history of the nations, Islam, a secretion of the Arab brain, has never been an element of civilization, but on the contrary has acted as an extinguisher upon its flickering light. Individuals under Arab rule have only been able to contribute to the advance of civilization in so far as they did not conform to the Musulman dogma, but they relapsed into Arab barbarism as soon as they were obliged to make a complete submission to these dogmas.
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Islamized nations, who have not succeeded in freeing themselves from Musulman tutelage, have been stricken with intellectual paralysis and decadence. They will only escape as they succeed in withdrawing themselves from the control of Musulman law.

André Servier was an historian who lived in French Algeria at the beginning of the 20th century.

 

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5 Responses to Quote Of The Day — March 8, 2015

  1. CW says:

    Great quote, Grouchy.

    That was the verdict on Islam before the liberals came along with their political correctness – a.k.a. censorship – and it became a crime to speak the truth.

    • Grouchy says:

      How very true, CW. Then all of civilization, it seems, developed “overcooked spaghetti of the spine.” Like you said, we cannot speak the truth any more, without being accused of “islamophobia” or some such nonsense.

  2. tannngl says:

    Excellent quote! Grouchy!
    Perfect description of Islam.
    Particularly like:
    “secretion of the Arab brain, ”
    “acted as an extinguisher upon its flickering light”
    ” they relapsed into Arab barbarism”
    “Islamized nations, who have not succeeded in freeing themselves from Musulman tutelage, have been stricken with intellectual paralysis and decadence”

    Too bad none of ever learns from history.

    • Grouchy says:

      Thank You, Tannngl.
      I think it’s kind of like, “Islam zombifies the brain and intellect”, eh what???
      Indeed, Mr Servier did lay it out, flat, pure and simple~!

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