Has anyone else noticed the similarities between Islamic Taqiya (also Taqiyya) and the activities of racist black activists?
What is Taqiya? It is acceptable deception directed at non-Muslims. It has Qur’anic support and falls within the legal category of things that are permissible for Muslims. I’m suggesting that perhaps black racists have embraced taqiya as a weapon in their war against the whites who they believe are their oppressors.
It other words, taqiya would make it acceptable to deceive whites by lying and creating false evidence of racism while pursuing the black activist agenda.
For example, Islamic Taqiya allows an individual to commit illegal or blasphemous acts if they are in fear of persecution. Taqiya also states that while Muslims (blacks) should generally be truthful to each other, lying is permitted if done while gaining the trust of non-believers (whites) in order to draw out their vulnerabilities and defeat them.
Is the acceptance of taqiya one of the enticements that Islam seems to hold for racist blacks? We can’t help but notice the large numbers of black prison inmates who embrace Islam. Is it because a black interpretation of taqiya seems to give encouragement to blacks to deceive any representative of the “white man’s” world?
I don’t know about you, but I don’t find it a stretch at all.
Let’s look at a few recent examples of (what could be) taqiya in action during the protests at the University of Missouri. Note that I’m not going into detail of these fabricated hoaxes since they’ve been covered to excess already – I’ll just make a brief reference to them.
First, the “poop swastika.” A police report was supposedly filed, but no one claims to have seen the swastika (no students, no faculty, and no police) and no cellphone pictures were taken. If there was a police investigation, they’ve announced nothing. It apparently never existed.
Second, the use of the “N” word supposedly yelled at the gay, black student-body president, Payton Head last week. No one else witnessed the incident. There was no corroborating evidence that it ever happened. Supposedly a man was detained for investigation, but no name or arrest information is forthcoming.
Third, the student-body president’s urgent Facebook warning that he had “confirmed” that the KKK had been seen on campus and that he had been in contact with the MUPD, the state police and the National Guard. He was forced to later retract his statement and delete the Facebook warning when his claims proved false. And yes, this is the same Payton Head who complained about the racial slur.
Fourth was a claim that the university president Tim Wolfe had done nothing to prevent his driver from running into Jonathan Butler, a protester, during a homecoming parade. Video evidence finally surfaced that clearly shows that the convertible was NOT moving when Butler ran into the car, not the other way around. He did so apparently so he could claim another grievance against Wolfe.
Fifth, the “hunger striker,” Jonathon Butler, one of the triggers of the protest, turns out to be a graduate student in his eighth year at the university. And he is lamenting the high cost of graduate school and the inability for black people to achieve success in America. And his father is a multi-millionaire executive at the Union Pacific Railroad. Incidentally, he also protested in Ferguson, Mo. at the time of that city’s unrest and riots.
Even so, the president and chancellor both resigned. The word “coward” comes to mind. They didn’t even wait to be confronted by their accusers and presented with evidence; they just bent over and allowed the racist to have their way with them.
By now, it has become evident that the racist “false flag” incidents at the University of Missouri were fabricated shams from beginning to end and it appears that the entire thing was a collection of elaborate hoaxes perpetrated by the students themselves to lend credence to their accusations of racism.
The instigators of the fabricated activities probably believe themselves to be justified in taking these steps because they’re oppressed by their white “overlords” and that justifies their tactics while fighting back against persecution. Sounds like taqiya to me.
It’s not surprising that black racists have embraced taqiya as their rules of engagement against whites. They’ve seen Barack Obama use it effectively. I don’t know for certain that Obama is a Muslim, but he was schooled in Islamic studies while living in Indonesia and his actions show that he’s willing to lie and create false perceptions to get his way. Even if he’s not a practicing Muslim, he’s using taqiya effectively.
And if my hypotheses seem outlandish, from now on, pay attention to the names of the black activists in the news. Note the names of the leaders, the instigators. I suspect that you’ll see a lot of Muslim-derived names. So, even if the participants in the Mizzou hoaxes may not be familiar with the term, they are acting like good, little Muslims by practicing taqiya.
The parents paying their tuition must be so proud.