Friday, July 15, 2016

#Nice #France History=It will only get worse→Culture=Terror ∴ hold to account the culture creating and sustaining the altruistic 'few' enforcers/punishers or change nothing.

#Nice #France Thursday, July 14 Bastille Day 2016

Why?

The 'few' are created and sustained via the cultures 'many' non-radicalised. 'moderate', law abiding families, communities and institutions development process infant-child-adolescent-adult imbued with cultural ethics-morals-values-beliefs-motivation and methodology individuals do not make up their own the culture is therefore culpable - the few will be replaced as we tragically see each and every day.

How Do You Stop a Future Terrorist When the Only Evidence Is a Thought? Wrong Question. First realise the 'Thought' is not their own it is their cultures.

Pagans have seen this before and it will not stop until either the pagans culture is destroyed or the pagans remove the insidious cultural codex informing terror-genocide as the evidence clearly shows historic and current, from humanities midst

Monday, July 4, 2016

ERP ERP Bacon = ER=EPR


The mantra of the uncertain when believing intuitively something may be an 'answer' but not able to defend the 'answer' logically with any existent authority.

"I cannot however, base this conviction on logical reasons, but can only produce my little finger as witness, that is I offer no authority which would be able to command any kind of respect outside of my own hand.” (Einstein to Born, 2 Mar. 1947.)

Inventing an unimpeachable God-authority be it a particular human or spiritual entity resolves this dilemma for the certain but invariably even the 'good' of such a faith cannot stop what happens as a result of utilising such a human construct when logic fails in the first instance.

"'We will be killed one by one': Berkeley student hacked to death in Dhaka massacre made haunting call to her father as she cowered from terrorists."

"The pagans occupied the Serupium and the museion to protect them and the monks and a large Christian crowds, really a rabble, it would be equivalent to the old mob in the early Roman Empire. They stormed into these buildings smashing the statues, destroying the papyrus scrolls then the fighting spread across the city of Alexandria. Of course the Imperial army did nothing the population was maddened over the issue. They broke in carted off the cult statues to be melted down, they were turned into cookery, they were turned them into liturgical objects, for the use by Christians. .the pagans that witnessed it, witnessed this destruction were absolutely intimidated and there are reports of conversions on the spot. .. The result of this attack on the Serupium and museion was that classical Alexandria was essentially destroyed and Christian Alexandria emerged. .. The Christians finally destroyed the pagan sanctuaries, where essentially between 391-414 wiped out that elite class that provided the neo-platonic philosophers.”


"In Vietnam, .. the managing council of the government-recognized Cao Dai religion, a syncretistic religious movement that originated in Vietnam in the 20th century, orchestrated an assault on followers of an unsanctioned Cao Dai group in September 2012, injuring six. The head of the Cao Dai managing council said the reason for the assault was that the followers of the unsanctioned group were not worshipping according to the dictates of the council"


"In Buddhist-majority Sri Lanka, .. monks attacked Muslim and Christian places of worship, including reportedly attacking a mosque in the town of Dambulla in April 2012 and forcibly occupying a Seventh-day Adventist church in the town of Deniyaya and converting it into a Buddhist temple in August 2012"

"Muslim-majority Egypt, attacks on Coptic Orthodox Christian churches and Christian-owned businesses were on the rise well before the acceleration in attacks that took place following the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013. In August 2012, in the village of Dahshur, a dispute between a Christian and a Muslim led to one death and more than a dozen injuries. Several Christian homes and businesses were destroyed and nearly all Christian families fled the village"


"Communities (cultures) tend to be guided less than individuals by conscience and a sense of responsibility. How much misery does this fact cause mankind! It is the source of wars and every kind of oppression, which fill the earth with pain, sighs and bitterness." (Albert 

Einstein, 1934)

". Not surprisingly, religions tend to increase intolerance only when they are dominant."
People’s opium? Religion and economic attitudes, Luigi Guisoa, Paola Sapienzad, Luigi Zingalese, 2002

Not that the secular ideology is not capable of the same but does this mean we have to sit silent or be accused of duplicity when raising objection and remedy?

My view is there is a fatal assumption inherent in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (‘UDHR”) and it is this.

One wonders why. Does it matter why we are born into this world determining some things
are pleasurable somethings are not. The most pleasurable are our children and their children's children and our concern and delight in their progressing into the future. It could be the scientist searching for 'the answer' are leading us into disappointment and it is understandable the fear of what each new discovery/insight may bring us, closer and closer to the reason for our existence.

So we exist in perpetual wars fought by those who determine they already have the 'answer' and those who to the contrary determine otherwise, quite rightly given an 'answer' is immediately followed by another question which if unable to be answered satisfactorily determines the previous final 'answer' a matter of faith and as we know any 'answer' which cannot be justified rationally/logically from empirical evidence may be a very dangerous faith indeed.

One also has to consider the mere magnitude of the nature of what we confront on our journey from birth to death, which would tend to indicate it is rather conceitful and even possibly delusional to determine humans as a species can or even will hold the last/first in a series of matryoshka dolls and be satisfied they 'know' they 'know' for can you ever be certain understanding the full nature of the barrel within which you are enclosed then to be able to explain the existence of the barrel itself.

But it is clearly the pleasure of exploration and discovery we experience from our very first breath which in my opinion determines such an endeavour of much worth despite having to fight wars all along the way against those who are certain they 'know'.

As the sacred book of the uncertain 'The Restaurant at the End of the Universe'-Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' determines, the search, and I would surmise the pleasure, satisfaction, is not for obtaining the 'right 'answer' it is for subsequently being able to formulate the 'right' question.

The Quantum Fabric of Space-Time, QUANTA magazine, By K.C. Cole, 
April 24, 2015

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Iain Dale: "A friend of mine has just told me he and his wife had been disinvited to a BBQ this evening because they have voted LEAVE"

“It (Damascus-Syria) has seen empires and tyrants come and go; it offers a fantastic object-lesson in how people can live together creatively and in harmony. It is a wonderful city in which to be. …. a fantastic object-lesson in how people can live together creatively and in harmony"
British Historian Dan Cruickshank BBC series "Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture, Episode 5 - Connections, Syria, Damascus 2008, First aired on BBC Two in April 2008

When the petition for the 2nd EU Vote Hits 16,775,993 wake me up until then better off accepting Democracy decided. There is an alternative it is called civil war-it appears many have forgotten why humans invented Democracy. 

Do we call another election because we are not satisfied with the result - the Democratic act will become meaningless, in fact inform breaking down of society as citizens go into the streets to fight for a recount and opposing citizens go into the streets to protect the result of the vote - further polarising the politic - a refusal to compromise and accept the majority view so necessary for the survival of Democracy. The result will end in violence being an inherent part of the new 'Democratic' politic. Being 'disinvited to a BBQ' is a clear indication the political elite are leading us inexorably to more than hurt feelings, it is a sign of dangerous political enclaving.

For those who clearly have no idea what a Democracy means in practice
:

‘It was one of Lincoln’s ways of working out his chief value to the country, and that value was his clear sense from the start it was our democratic scheme that was at stake, and that if it was to be saved, every citizen who could aid must help to give all that was in them.

Lincoln seems to have put it something like this to himself:

“Everybody in the country has had a part in bringing this thing about; everybody feels they have a right to say how things shall be handled; everybody that is worth their salt is going to exercise that right, and they are going to do it according to the kind of person they are – according to their temperament, their training, their self-control, their meanness, and their goodness. If we are going to put this thing through and prove that citizens can govern themselves, we must get from them what they can give, and we must let them give it in their own way.”
 Source: The Life of Lincoln, Tachell


A timely reminder of the benchmark for argumentation in a Democracy unless you want blood in the streets.

"I start off believing something I make a claim to you and in the process of that interaction you show that I am wrong. Of course our ideal is a person shown to be wrong immediately acknowledges he or she is wrong picks up and goes right on from there. But we know being shown to be wrong, can be unsettling, can lead to lose of face, to diminish one’s own self-worth, and can diminish ones esteem in the conversation or in the community, the society so when one engages in an argument one is taking on that risk to shown to be wrong, also one is taking on the risk of having to alter ones system of beliefs to take into account something new. To add something to the storehouse of beliefs we have to eliminate some belief to modify some belief, all those things can be psychologically disturbing. It’s cognitively disturbing particular if it suggests we have beliefs that are not fully consistent with one another or not carefully enough worked out.

1. In an argument adversaries do not want to overpower the adversary, to bludgeon or coerce the adversary. That kind of victory is meaningless, what they want is to convince the adversary by the arguments they advance by the claims that they make and the structure of the reasons they offer on behalf of those claims.

2. They value the judgement of their adversaries and want ascent if ascent is freely given.

3. We may intensely disagree but we value that person as a person, so we want a voluntary ascent, the kind of judgment which comes freely without coercion.

4. In valuing the personhood of the opponent our adversary the arguer claims the same values for her or for himself.

We can be too easily be misled by the fact argumentation does have adversarial elements so we think of it as a zero sum game, in which I must lose in order for you to win, or in which I somehow suffer as a result of what you have achieved and it is important for us to realize when we look at a controversy and the participants in it while there are adversarial elements in their behavior they are basically showing respect for each other by taking on these risks, the risk of being wrong and the risk of needing to alter their beliefs.

Five key assumptions:
1. Argumentation is audience dependent.
2. It deals with uncertainty.
3. It involves justification for claims, not proof.
4. It is fundamentally cooperative.
5. And it entails risks."

Argumentation Prof. D.N. Robinson 


And the risk in a democratic vote is you will lose. It is the measure of the character of not only you but the character of the democracy itself and it capacity to survive what happens next.

You start determining your adversary are less intelligent, ill-informed in fact not proper humans what do you think you are starting along the road to the very road you claim your adversaries are on.








  • If
     by some perfidy Britain-you do manage to have a new referendum why not be honest this time, clearly we all know it was not about staying or not staying in the EU because of the EU consensus politics the English sausage was not up to scratch it was fundamentally driven by inter-cultural social hostility and particularly the terror-genocide now coming from both directions.

    “Extremist groups, whatever their orientation, are gaining ground in Germany,” Thomas de Maiziere, the interior minister, said.
    “Security forces observed not just a rise in membership but also an increase in violence and brutality.”

    Extremist violence increasing in Germany, warns report,  The Telegraph, Justin Huggler, berlin, 28 JUNE 2016

    The
    questions therefore should be:
    1. Do you believe Multiculturalism needs reviewing?
    2. Do you believe Freedom of Religion needs reviewing?
    3. Do you believe cultures should be held accountable and excluded from public and private spheres if their cultural codex constructs and development processes systemically inform increasing terror-genocide in your streets and tragic misogynistic consequences for women?
    Let’s be honest these are the 'unasked questions' our current Sociology Departments in our Western universities for decades have trained you not to ask. It is amazing how the Tranquility of Silence informing infamy can be achieved so effectively by the so called 'good'. 

    The consequence of this Tranquility of Silence enforced by postmodern sociology ethical nihilist altruist enforcers utilising brand new definitions of:
    • 'freedom' (as 'freedom' is a subjective state one cultures 'freedom' is simply another cultures fascism and vice versa ),
    • 'race' (which has been hijacked so as any challenge to cultural constructs is bigotry, linked inherently to symbols of the holocaust,  'racism' no matter how vile in modernity human rights terms the cultural behavior informs regards Other and women), 
    • 'feminism' (now inclusive of oppressive religious constructs-symbols-behaviors)
      This is the future you want for humanity particularly for women which is developing right in front of you?Feminist Swedish Politicians Defends Migrant Rapists, ‘Worse’ When Western Men Do it.
    endemic terror-genocide now developing in both directions - Damascustisation where the Left and even some conservatives determine despite increasing social hostility, fracturing of citizenry and even bloody bodies in our streets Western Democracies are "a fantastic object-lesson in how people can live together creatively and in harmony" is this really the world you want for you and yours a dangerous lie which will get worse - maybe we all should be checking our sacred assumptions before any next vote.

    Ever wondered why the Right has found it necessary to rise? Review Newton physics. Something just as ugly must be in the same space looking like roses to some yet informing...

    How Do You Stop a Future Terrorist When the Only Evidence Is a Thought? Wrong Question. First realise the 'Thought' is not their own it is their cultures.

    Chris Madsen Democracy did not decide, Mark. This show of hands is neither democrstic nor decisive. I haven't the background in pseudoscience that I'd probably need to debate your questions. But I do know that a referendum is not a mandate in the UK, and that an Act has to be repealed before anyone can legally begin a Brexit. Let's cross the bridges one at a time.
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    Mark Smith pseudoscience? We (humans) work from definitions now if the following definition of Democracy is different from your perspective please provide it otherwise we will need mystics.

    Democracy: 

    A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives: a system of parliamentary democracy.

    Control of an organization or group by the majority of its members

    1. The eligible members of the British citizenry were provided with an opportunity to 'control'/'influence' policy direction of their Government by being given the opportunity to vote (democratic method) regards the degree of autonomy they desired regards a political/social organisation of which they were a member.

    2. In a democratic vote eligible members of the British citizenry (who bothered to turn up for under the rules which applied, rules of which all should have been cognisant - no one was forced to vote) decided in a majority decision to exit the EU the finer details of which all were aware required to be worked out subsequently. 

    The politicians-political/social commentators as in a Democracy on both sides made it clear to the electorate even though this plebiscite was not legally binding the result of the vote would be taken as the will of the people and would be acted upon - indicating their view at the same time of the relative risks and benefits of doing so. 

    Both sides involved themselves in the most absurd accusations and claims regards leaving or remaining as issues of such importance elicit. 

    3. Citizens are not by the very nature of being human across all the issues which may be pertinent to a decision on either side, no side can ever claim with 'rational' certainty they are the holders of the holy chalice of divine truth. 

    Each side has their own worldview from which they justify their decisions and of course therefore they will always be right. It is left therefore to the citizen despite these limitations to utilise whatever relative degrees of agency they may possess to make a decision. 

    Those who invariably are unhappy as you and yours with the outcome will utilise whatever device they can understanding this human fallibility to claim rightfully the other side clearly were lacking in the full picture - how true of both sides - and as expected will use whatever technical excuse to determine the Democratic will of the people is subverted to their self-serving logic (in democratic terms).

    Final result:
    "Final results in Thursday’s historic referendum gave the “Leave” campaign 52 percent, while “Remain” took 48 percent. Voter turnout was reported high across Britain, even with heavy rain falling in many areas."

    You keep ignoring the will of the people what will start appearing in the streets-'rational' argument? France ignored the non-binding will of the people what is happening. The 'good' end up informing what when they force their political/social abstract will based upon dangerous assumptions upon the majority?

    May I advise you to forget 'pseudoscience' and spend some time studying Roman history 64AD to 500AD you will see something disturbingly familiar.

    Thursday, June 23, 2016

    How Do You Stop a Future Terrorist When the Only Evidence Is a Thought? Wrong Question. First realise the 'Thought' is not their own it is their cultures.



    How Do You Stop a Future Terrorist When the Only Evidence Is a Thought? New York Times, by RUKMINI CALLIMACHI, JUNE 21,
    2016

    The answer is critical to stopping this-"
    'We will be killed one by one': Berkeley student hacked to death in Dhaka massacre made haunting call to her father as she cowered from terrorists... But authorities deny ISIS was behind attack" Daily Mail, 3-July 2016

    Bombing Kills More Than 140 in Baghdad, NTY, By FALIH HASSAN, TIM ARANGO and OMAR AL-JAWOSHY, JULY 3, 2016

    If
    it was indeed ISIS, IS, etc or the many many Muslim altruistic representative names historic, current and developing does it really matter to the victims or those families, communities, and nations suffering unfathomable grief derived from just one 'hacked' life of a child causes let alone in aggregate the millions over time past and to come? When will we hold to account the culture whose cultural codex construct of other, development process infant-child-adolescent-adult and dense network control systemically since the seventh century have created and sustained these cultural altruistic 'few' punishers/aligners who deal terror-genocide against Other and even against their own? Should such a cultural recipe delivering such tragedy continue to be tolerated in our midst?

    "There are no boundaries to the intimate reach of political violence. What happens in one part of the world reaches the bodies and minds of peoples in other parts of the world. .. “Witnesses as well as victims are subject to the dialectic of trauma” (Herman, 1992, p. 2)."
    WITNESSING THE EFFECTS OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN FAMILIES: MECHANISMS
    OF INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION AND CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS, Kaethe Weingarten, Harvard Medical School, The Family Institute of Cambridge

    "How
     Do You Stop a Future Terrorist When the Only Evidence Is a Thought?" Wrong Question as the 'Thought' is not their own it is their cultures. The right question:

    'How Do You Stop a Culture creating Terrorists (cultural altruistic enforcers/punishers) When the Only Evidence Is a Thought?'

    First realise the 'Thought' is not the terrorists own 'Thought', it is their cultures 'Thought'. You have to face the fact the 'few' terrorists are altruistic enforcers/punishers created for a cultural 'rational' system purpose otherwise the 'few' would never come into existence utilising the ethics-values-beliefs-motivation nor methodology the 'few' do, as social psychology research tells us the 'few' are few in number relative to the whole because of the intrinsic cost of being one of the true-perfect believer ‘few’, and importantly fear & the cultural codex knowledge⇆justification and authority works to achieve the required Tranquility of Silence-relative degrees of cultural acquiescence along the cultural behavioral variance to achieve cultural goals.

    The whole of culture, the ‘many’, are therefore not required at the cultural front nor would it be culturally advisable to do so for how is the culture to sustain itself all out on the front line? Given the extreme cultural methodology of certain cultural derived altruistic enforcers/punishers some cultures necessarily require a relatively sophisticated developed mantel of deniability – otherwise how long would Other cultures put up with their presence before Other cultures moved decisively to remove this attacking culture from their space? So claiming you’re the ‘many’ innocent and not culpable is really unacceptable in an inter-cultural conflict where these cultural derived terrorists, as they have to be, utilizing terror-genocide come into Other cultures space and even attack their own as such cultures with an inherent codex construct of terror-genocide tend to do –everyone, everyone in turn may be determined as Other.


    Secondly you have to face the fact these 'few' are created via the cultures 'many' non radicalised. 'moderate', law abiding families, communities and institutions development process infant-child-adolescent-adult imbued with cultural ethics-morals-values-beliefs-motivation and methodology individuals do not make up their own the culture is therefore culpable - the few will be replaced.

    Thirdly even with cultures with an inherent cultural terror-genocide construct of Other in their codex there will always be the 'good' in any cultural bounded behavioral variance telling you they want peace and harmony, possibly even believing it to be true, diminishingly reflecting back your own ethics-beliefs within their behavioral variance particularly in an Other dominated political/social space - it is what is systemically occurring in the other part of the same behavioral variance which is the truth of the matter regards the 
    culture.

    Fourthly your cultural rational view as to the definition of 'moderate' under another cultural 'rational' system can never be assumed to be the same nor any where near it. Holding to this 'moderate' claim as proof a culture does not inherently determine your cultural demise 'conversion' in the end game, particularly in an Other dominated space is a very dangerous approach. Any cultural gatekeeper observed making such a fatal error should be removed immediately from any inter-cultural policy development influence.

    "But what exactly did they mean by “moderate Islam”? Unpacking that term made it clear how wide the values gap is between Saudi Arabia and its American ally. The kingdom’s “moderate Islam” publicly beheads criminals, punishes apostates and prevents women from traveling abroad without the permission of a male “guardian.

    Don’t even ask about gay rights."

    A Saudi Morals Enforcer Called for a More Liberal Islam. Then the Death Threats Began.
    NTY, By BEN HUBBARD, JULY 10, 2016

    'How Do You Stop a Culture creating Terrorists (cultural altruistic enforcers/punishers) When the Only Evidence Is a Thought?'

    Remove the cultures codex constructs of Other + development process from societal public and private spheres or change nothing.


    If you disagree with the argument and conclusion, to be right you need to prove the following is false:

    Biology Determines Our Human Hands Have the Same Constituent Parts as Other.
    Culture Determines Our Human Hands Will Inform Differing Outcomes for Other.


    Turkey, Belgium, Orlando, Syria, Iraq,Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sydney, Boston, London,.. .... the list is endless historic and current of Islamic/Muslim derived political and social, oppression and societal fracturing, statistically such systemic cultural derived behavior requires significant reevaluation of sacred assumptions regards Western Democracies current fallible abstract 'rational' paradigms failing to protect and enable a flourishing life in security and peace for citizens.

    "Every set of beliefs introduces its own logic and its own constraints.

    ..to a decision scientist, “rational” means “consistency with some model.” Rational decisions are not necessarily dispassionate, nor well-reasoned, nor selfish. They are not even necessarily good decisions, from others’ perspectives. They simply are consistent."

    Distinguishing Spiritual from Temporal Power, Inventing the Individual, The origins of Western Liberalism, Larry Siedentop, 2014

    "Without the ceaseless pulsating heartbeat of our categorization engine, we would understand nothing around us, could not reason in any form whatever, could not communicate to anyone else, and would have no basis on which to take any action.

    …..every culture constantly, although tacitly, reinforces the impression that words are simply automatic labels that come naturally to mind and that belong intrinsically to things and entities"

    SURFACES AND ESSENCES, ANALOGY AS THE FUEL AND FIRE OF THINKING, Douglas Hofstadter (American professor of cognitive science), Emmanuel Sander (French Psychologist-Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Educational Psychology), 2013

    "Culture, of course, is related to violence in general and not only to structural violence. For example, culture influences the determination of "thresholds" which pressure on a person must overcome in order to move that person from being controllable, or even positive, to being negative (that is, into violence)." The Culture of Violence, Chp 3. On the relationship between violence and culture - Galtung's concept

    Cultural codex constructs (categorisation engines) and development process not to blame? As the research determines otherwise you are going have to provide yourself with actual proof your view is correct simply saying it even believing it is not sufficient as evidence to prove the conclusion above invalid. In aggregate political/social terms given the victims and rising you can understand making the effort to question assumptions is required of all of us.

    Whatever are viewed regards the Islamic/Muslim culture or any culture with a terror-genocide construct of Other inherent in their codex for a temporal period of "a fantastic object-lesson in how people can live together creatively and in harmony" it is only ever a temporal space for building to cultural political/social thresholds to enable the renewal of the holocaust against Other, it may not come the next day, the next twenty years, 100 years but it will come.

    And
     you will see/hear the building of Islamic/Muslim rationale for attacks against Other prior, and to ignore them as aberrations of radicals and not as the inherent ethical-belief system of the Islamic/Muslim culture given the bloody bodies informed by the exact same culture elsewhere in time and space is a dangerous delusion for the pronouncements will be made from the highest levels in the Islamic/Muslim cultural hierarchy by the Islamic/Muslim ideological leadership and they will not stop until the cultures codex constructs of Other + development process are removed from societal public and private spheres.

    No merriness here: mosque puts fatwa on Christmas, SMH. by Natalie O'Brien, December 23, 2012

    Sydney siege: Two hostages and gunman dead after heavily armed police storm Lindt cafe in Martin Place, ABC, 16 Dec 2014


    Terror shooting: Teen killer ‘turned’ at Parramatta mosqueTHE AUSTRALIAN, by Dan Box, OCTOBER 5, 2015

    "The existence of the Jewish colony in China was discovered by the Jesuit Fathers in the seventeenth century, if not earlier; Kaifung, some four hundred and fifty-miles south-west of Peking, being the headquarters of the colony. When Martin visited the place in 1866, he found the synagogue, supposed to be built in 1164, in ruins; the Jews had dispersed, some having become Mohammedans, and not one being able to speak a word of Hebrew. In 1850 certain Hebraic rolls were recovered from the few remaining descendants of former Jews, .."
    China in Transformation, A. R. Colquhoun, 1898


    "Experience has taught me that all argument is useless with fanatical young Nazi of this kind, and so I say nothing….
    ..the Germans (inclusive of the Nazi) that great unified people are looking for peace and see friendship with Britain as a basis for peace not only for themselves but for everyone else..
    In fact, if the extremist’s elements had prevailed. I have not the least doubt that disruption would have been more drastic and that we should have real reason by now to fear German aggression from both a military as well as political point of view.”
    Norman Hillson “I speak of Germany”, London 1937

    “It (Damascus-Syria) has seen empires and tyrants come and go; it offers a fantastic object-lesson in how people can live together creatively and in harmony. It is a wonderful city in which to be. …. a fantastic object-lesson in how people can live together creatively and in harmony"

    British Historian Dan Cruickshank BBC series "Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture, Episode 5 - Connections, Syria, Damascus 2008, First aired on BBC Two in April 2008

    Afghanistan's dwindling Sikh, Hindu communities flee new abuses, Reuters, KABUL | BY HAMID SHALIZI, Jun 22, 2016 

    "Obama described how he has watched Indonesia gradually move from a relaxed, syncretistic Islam to a more fundamentalist, unforgiving interpretation; large numbers of Indonesian women, he observed, have now adopted the hijab, the Muslim head covering...... 
    "Early on, Obama saw Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the president of Turkey, as the sort of moderate Muslim leader who would bridge the divide between East and West—but Obama now considers him a failure and an authoritarian, one who refuses to use his enormous army to bring stability to Syria." 

    The Obama Doctrine: The U.S. president talks through his hardest decisions about America’s role in the world. By JEFFREY GOLDBERG, The Atlantic, APRIL 2016

    What we in the Western Democracies are confronting is in essence an internal crises of significant difference in ethics-values-beliefs as sociology-anthropology developed notions of differing worldviews having equal status-access to societal space despite certain cultures having inherent sociopathy regards Other and women. Where the ideology and development process which informs systemic violence against Other and women cannot be challenged in fact those doing so are either criminalised or at the very least labeled as evil  suffering from mental illness with efforts to have such objectors socially shamed and shunned takes place, even blamed for inciting the very terror-genocide to which their culture is subject. 


    "The use of force and violence is more commonplace and prevalent in some families, communities, religions, cultural/ethnic groups and societies based on the views and values about adult prerogatives with children espoused. They may also be based upon the sociopathy of the perpetrators." Treatment of Complex Trauma Courtois/Ford @2016

    Sociopathy groups of people who adopt belief systems which cause them to behave in a similar fashion.

    ..it is not aggression which moves armies it is devotion, moreover what brings about such conflicts at its most fundamental level are irreconcilable values, perceptions of a radical different nature, what brings these things about actually is a form of discourse, sometimes we call it propaganda but whatever it is legions are moved by words and symbols… more than the devil made me do it, or instinctually I am like that, people do not go to war because of their evolutionary history they go to war for statable discoverable reasons bound up with politics and culture, civilisation, religious and moral values.. great variety of factors that incline whole peoples to warfare he establishes that these factors are deeply embedded in culture and cultural differences create other differences… 
    The lamp of history illuminates what is beyond the readers desk, the readers village the ocean which surround the readers nation. When properly constructed the lamp of history, the study of history, illuminates the very commonalities that constitute human nature itself, what is taught is this wherever you find human beings these lessons are lessons worth learning and no matter how different the language or the culture or the customs or the diet there is a root humanity that is reached by such events that will allow us to predict how we are likely to behave under certain conditions and how those conditions therefore should either be promoted or shunned depending upon whether our behaviour is to be laudable or reprehensible.. .. the cause of war, the casus belli, is a complex of conflicting aspirations, someone is trying to achieve something, some group of people are trying to achieve something, and prepared to risk life and limb to do it and to have others die for it.” 
    Professor Daniel N. Robinson, Oxford University, Author of An Intellectual History of Psychology.

    The objectors to the nature of women's condition are told they are bigots and need to 'understand' why the culture acts the way it does, and western ethical-beliefs will in time change their ways - be 'reformed' - being the same logic as being told a Nazi throwing a gas canisters into concrete showers needs 'understanding' and one must wait until the full glory of Western Modernity ethics-beliefs seeps through and all will be well - its a load of BS for there is absolutely no constructed argument to determine how this 'reform' will be attained given there have been calls from individuals both from the culture itself and Other for it to do so for centuries, also there is not argument at all defending why meantime we should even accept victims of such a culture to continue to be thrown in front of us nor how long this 'reform' even if it is possible would take.

    The whole approach is based upon false assumptions firstly we are all human therefore we should all get along, culture determines this an impossibility as clearly history has shown and research into the nature of interactions between various groups imbued with significantly differing values - sacred values, it is simply not going to happen has never happened. Either one will remain in societal space or the other as Lincoln rightly determined.

    Culture, of course, is related to violence in general and not only to structural violence. For example, culture influences the determination of "thresholds" which pressure on a person must overcome in order to move that person from being controllable, or even positive, to being negative (that is, into violence)." The Culture of Violence, Chp 3. On the relationship between violence and culture - Galtung's concept


    "Without the ceaseless pulsating heartbeat of our categorization engine, we would understand nothing around us, could not reason in any form whatever, could not communicate to anyone else, and would have no basis on which to take any action.
    …..
    every culture constantly, although tacitly, reinforces the impression that words are simply automatic labels that come naturally to mind and that belong intrinsically to things and entities"
    SURFACES AND ESSENCES, ANALOGY AS THE FUEL AND FIRE OF THINKING, Douglas Hofstadter (American professor of cognitive science), Emmanuel Sander (French Psychologist-Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Educational Psychology), 2013

    ".a cluster of friends or fellow travellers may come to hold sacred values, perhaps initially  influenced by one or a few of them, and then fuse into an imagined family-like group  defined and driven by these values. Furthermore, when sacred values are at the core of motivations to make extreme sacrifices, it becomes clear how people can sustain commitment and continue to fight. This result is so even when most of the group they were fused with has perished,."
    Devoted actors sacrifice for close comrades and sacred cause
    Scott Atrana,1, Hammad Sheikhb, and Angel Gomezc aCNRS-Institut Jean Nicod, Ecole Normale Supérieure, 75005 Paris, France; bDepartment of Psychology, New School for Social Research, New York, NY 10011; and cFacultad de Psicología, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, 28040 Madrid, Spain

    Also there is an assumption religious ideologies in particular operate under the 'Golden Rule', 'Do unto Others as you would do unto yourself' & Love they Neighbor as thyself & Do not harm innocents, despite clear significant differences to other ideologies be they religious or secular of sacred values which would predict, as mere empirical observation provides evidence for, Other, neighbor, innocent in certain cultural categorisation engines within cultural codex are so circumscibed as to be not like me at all, non-human -ape, evil, not a neighbor nor innocent. Clearly religions as any secular ideology can and do inform infamy against humanity to claim this is not the case has to be a regarded as a severe psychological delusional state for the evidence across history to this very day informs us otherwise. The following quote is an example of such delusion underwriting a policy which refuses to hold the Islamic/Muslim culture culpable for its systemic crimes crimes against Other and women. 

    "In all the monotheism faiths we taught to love one another. That is what God wants. Not bashing one another" said one facebooker 2015


    Jesus (Matthew): “.. 34 Do not think that I have come to send peace on earth: I did not come to send peace, but a sword. 35 For I have come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. 36 And a man's foes shall be those of his own household."

    391 AD:
    “Theophilus Patriarch of Alexandria released his monks to attack pagans who had occupied the Serupium, temple to Serapis, centre of an important library and lecture halls the museion, academy of arts and sciences founded in the 3rd century BC by King Ptolemy I. The Monks attacked the pagans, the argument was the pagans were secretly worshiping in underground sanctuaries, and this was against the laws recently passed by the Emperor Theodosius I.

    The pagans objected and occupied the Serupium and the museion to protect them and the monks and a large Christian crowds, really a rabble, it would be equivalent to the old mob in the early Roman Empire. They stormed into these buildings smashing the statues, destroying the papyrus scrolls then the fighting spread across the city of Alexandria. Of course the Imperial army did nothing the population was maddened over the issue. They broke in carted off the cult statues to be melted down, they were turned into cookery, they were turned them into liturgical objects, for the use by Christians. Cult statues such as the great phallus of Priapus one of the famous fertility Gods was paraded around and cast into the streets as an absolutely disgusting idol Christians would have nothing to do with.

    The result of this attack on the Serupium and museion was that classical Alexandria was essentially destroyed and Christian Alexandria emerged. Scholars and popular writers have viewed this destruction as a turning point, and there is a good reason to do so, the pagans that witnessed it, witnessed this destruction were absolutely intimidated and there are reports of conversions on the spot.

    The Christian mob led by the monks destroyed these cult statues, nothing had happened. In addition the entire action although not ordered by the Imperial Government certainly the Emperor Theodosius I approved. And it is the climax to a series of legislation issued by Theodosius I who came to the throne in 379 AD who would forever ban the pagan sacrifices and also impose unity in the Imperial church.  .. The Christians finally destroyed the pagan sanctuaries, where essentially between 391-414 wiped out that elite class that provided the neo-platonic philosophers.”

    The Fall of the Pagans and the Origins of Medieval Christianity, Professor Kenneth W. Harl

    And before this were any Christians and their Roman/Greek supporters who were even teaching Christians in their own Platonic schools determining Christians as a culture peaceful and only seeking friendship and harmony with Other-pagans? After this what happened and how is this any different to a culture exhibiting exactly the same behavior regards Other-pagans now? And importantly what evidence have you that the outcome will not be the same?

    M
    ohammed Quran006.049 But those who reject our signs,- them shall punishment touch, for that they ceased not from transgressing. 

    008,012 Remember thy Lord inspired the angels (with the message): "I am with you: give firmness to the Believers: I will instill terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their finger-tips off them.

    003.028 Let not the believers Take for friends or helpers Unbelievers rather than believers: if any do that, in nothing will there be help from God…

    003.004 Then those who reject Faith in the Signs of God will suffer the severest penalty, and God is Exalted in Might, Lord of Retribution."

    2015 AD:
    "Enough is enough. It is time to speak out. 

    “Islam is innocent” is an incomplete sentence. Introspection is needed, for, if we shy away from reality, the alternative will be more images like those we witnessed last Tuesday night, when brave Lt. Muath Al Kasasbeh was burnt to death in a cage. 

    The inconvenient truth that is overlooked or willfully ignored by apologists for the indefensible is the fact that Wahabism, the cult of mediaeval austerity founded by Ibn Abdul Wahab (1703-1792), has over the last half century been exported to every mosque and school throughout the Muslim world until it completely enveloped mainstream Sunni Islamic teachings. 

    Wahabism has entirely replaced, and become, Sunni Islam; the two cannot be told apart anymore. Some Wahabist teachings, which have permeated the air we breathe in the Muslim world, are simply irreconcilable with decent human values, especially the ones that declare that every non-Wahabist is a disposable body whose bloodletting is unproblematic."

    ‘We have a problem’ by Zaid Nabulsi The Jordan Times Feb 10, 2015

    And so it comes to pass ''
    for all who take the sword will perish by the sword as after they have slain Other they to in turn will be determined by such a codex as Other.' as we can see still in our streets 'monotheism faiths .. bashing one another' along with Other-pagans for not accepting as 'truth', divine dictate, significantly different ethics-morals-beliefs-motivation and methodology. So what inevitably happens, is happening? Am I a bigot, racist for demanding the culture be held to account to stop their altruistic enforcers/punishers increasingly as they have in the past appearing in humanities streets?

    "Not surprisingly, religions tend to increase intolerance only when they are dominant."
    People’s opium? Religion and economic attitudes, Luigi Guisoa, Paola Sapienzad, Luigi Zingalese, 2002

    "Not surprisingly, religions tend to increase intolerance only when they are dominant." and there is no indication prior of building acts of terror determined a 'few' which does not portend worse to come?

    No indication before the holocaust gets into full swing evidence of a culture's altruistic enforcers/punishers in the streets beginning on the well recognised road, recognised by those who have taken the trouble to challenge their sacred assumptions and check again the historic/social/psychological record/research? A cultural codex and dense network system which will prevent any 'reform' you believe will or actually does despite the evidence seek peace and harmony where such a culture becomes dominant in time by whatever means informs a diametrically opposed outcome? Obama is mistaken regards Indonesian and Turkish political/social regression in modernity terms? 


    “ 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. ”
    The passage originally appeared in the "Dialogue Held With A Certain Persian, the Worthy Mouterizes, in Anakara of Galatia written in 1391 as an expression of the views of the Byzantine emperor Manuel II Paleologus, one of the last Christian rulers before the Fall of Constantinople to the Muslim Ottoman Empire, on such issues as forced conversion, holy war, and the relationship between faith and reason.”


    Yet the reality of what certain 'monotheism faiths' categorisation engines inform, as for goodness sake we see examples of throughout history each and every day, is quite different and the 'sacred word' determines Other is not deserving of the same treatment as I, neighbor-innocent not being of the 'faith' are neither.

    Please Explain: Nazi (Hitler-Mein Kampf) & Muslim (Mohammed-Quran) Cultural Codex Construct of Other. Why it is One Is and One Is-Not. Yet both = "I don't mean participated, I mean observed."


    "Additional research suggests that negative information may more easily generalize to the outgroup (Paolini, Harwood, & Rubin, 2010). Our studies suggest that negative expectations prevent positive contact from leading to more favorable outgroup attitudes."
    Positive Expectations Encourage Generalization From a Positive Intergroup Interaction to Outgroup Attitudes, September 24, 2014, Matthew P. Deegan, Eric Hehman, Samuel L. Gaertner, and John F. Dovidio 


    "'Religion and Violence. Paradoxes of Religious Communication' argues that violence in religious systems is present in at least three forms: It is inherent to communication with the ‘‘sacred,’’ it is generated by processes of inclusion and exclusion, shaping religiously interpreted lifeworlds, and it is motivated or moderated by the respective semantics of religious narratives. The paper concludes that violence as a moment of hierophany (manifestation of the sacred ) is constitutive for the living experience in religious systems and cannot be eliminated entirely by moderating semantics."
    'Religion and Violence. Paradoxes of Religious Communication', Ilja Srubar, 2016

    "Baron and Spranca 1997; Fiske and Tetlock 2002; Tetlock 2003) suggests that people resist attempts to compromise sacred values no matter the cost to themselves or others. In the last decade or so, experimental work that goes beyond the morality of fairness and harm suggests that religious and transcendental beliefs consolidate “community” (Rozin et al. 1999), lead to “binding” (Graham et al. 2011), provide “unity motivation” (Ray and Fiske 2011), and mobilize parochial altruists, such as suicide bombers, to give their lives for the group (Ginges, Hansen, and Norenzayan 2009; cf. Atran 2003). .......
    Sacred values are nonnegotiable preferences whose defense compels actions beyond evident reason, that is, regardless of calculable costs and consequences (Ginges et al. 2007). Identity fusion occurs when personal and group identities collapse into a unique identity to generate a collective sense of invincibility and special destiny (Swann et al. 2012). These two programs account for different aspects of intractable intergroup conflicts; however, here and in a companion article (Sheikh, Gómez, and Atran 2016), we argue that sacred values and identity fusion interact to produce willingness to make costly sacrifices for a primary reference groups even unto death, that is, sacrificing the totality of self-interests. "
    The Devoted Actor, Unconditional Commitment and Intractable Conflict across Cultures, by Scott Atran Current Anthropology Volume 57, Supplement 13, June 2016

    "Religious people trust others more, trust the government more, are less willing to break the law, and believe more in the fairness of the market, but they are more intolerant and they have less progressive attitudes toward women... the characteristics that make somebody attend religious services on a regular basis also make her more intolerant toward immigrants and people of other races. Even if religious people are more intolerant because of personal characteristics, it is hard to imagine that a community that attracts the intolerant would not breed further intolerance.....
    The relation between religion and intolerance seems to be present in all religious denominations, both for religious upbringing and for attendance at religious services. Only Buddhists are more tolerant. The point estimates for Protestants and Catholics are very similar, while those of Muslims are much higher, and those of Hindus even higher. Actively religious Hindus are 29 percent more intolerant than non-religious people, Muslims 19 percent, actively religious Protestant and Catholics 7 percent more.
    .. religious people of all denominations (except Buddhists) are more inclined to believe that people in need are lazy and lack will power. The effect is somewhat stronger for Protestants than for Catholics.
    . Not surprisingly, religions tend to increase intolerance only when they are dominant."

    People’s opium? Religion and economic attitudes, Luigi Guisoa, Paola Sapienzad, Luigi Zingalese, 2002

    intolerant: not tolerant of views, beliefs, or behaviour that differ from one's own.
    synonyms: bigoted, narrow-minded, small-minded, parochial, provincial, insular, blinkered, illiberal, inflexible, dogmatic, rigid, uncompromising, unforgiving, unsympathetic

    My view is there is a fatal assumption inherent in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (‘UDHR”) and it is this.


    Also from our own rational systems of development we believe we will be able to 'rationally' come to an understanding with other cultures about the error of their 'sacred values' and the benefit of our own yet the very sociology-anthropology paradigm determines these worldviews can be significantly different and in essence it is about managing significant difference not seeking resolution to lead to a peaceful harmonious societal space which significant values difference preclude from occurring. Instead we are to 'grow confidently' with another's cultures terror-genocide and oppression of women.

    We are to accept as a part of the multiculturalism para
    digm underwritten be generation of insane sociologists we must accept endemic social hostility for a 'drink of mint tea and Turkish pita' , and to underline the kafkaesque nature of our circumstance its Western Other cultures fault as they are not integrating the Muslim culture into Western culture where by mere observation of not only the Islamic/Muslim cultural codex, it is forbidden unless for necessity reasons to have anything to do with Other, Islamic/Muslim leaders are proclaiming fatwas, directive, ruling on a point of Islamic law given by a recognized authority, such as the fatwa in Sydney Australian which stipulated Muslims must follow the Islamic/Muslim cultures codex sacred value direction Muslims should have little or nothing to do with Other. 

    Is it any wonder  the "Outplayed: Regaining Strategic Initiative in the Gray Zone" report sponsored by the Army Capabilities Integration Center in Coordination with Joint Staff J-39/Strategic Multi-Layer Assessment Branch 
    reveals the reality which has led inexorably to WWI. WWII, "profound and paralyzing risk-confusion" regards enemy cultures utilising "combinations of influence, intimidation, coercion, and aggression. At the same time,.. exploiting, free-riding on, or are propelled by the generalized erosion or outright failure of traditional political authority." the same elite philosophy driven policy of appeasement of enemy cultures, determining well constructed argument under a Western rationale model will surely convince internal cultures tearing societies apart and external cultures battering Western democratic walls to accept the obvious benefits of the Western Worldview.

    "We have to grow with the threat, and we have to do it in a confident manner,” Professor Siracusa said. (Human Security and International Diplomacy)
    Two Sydney schools in lockdown as police unions call for support against extremists 
    SBS 20 OCT 2015

    "We have to stop with this debate of neutrality and secularity in Belgium and recognise and accept our multicultural society in all its manifestations. Not just when we want to drink mint tea or eat Turkish pita." sociologist Corinne Torrekens, a specialist in Muslim communities at the Free University of Brussels."
    Terror sparks integration debate in France, Belgium, DW, Elizabeth Bryant, Molenbeek/Sevran, 05.04.2016

    "It's not a question of Muslims being integrated, it's that society isn't integrating Muslims," says Alexandre Piettre, a sociologist at the Societies, Religions and Secularism Group, a Paris-based think-tank.

    Terror sparks integration debate in France, Belgium, DW, Elizabeth Bryant, Molenbeek/Sevran, 05.04.2016

    Such
    approach of a perception of common human rationality ignores a truth cultures imbue us with differing reactive tendencies regards perceived transgression against 'sacred values' correlated positively I would argue with the relative draconian nature of our codex and an inherent inability to even have a 'rational' discussion regards 'irrational' constructs-unable to be justified by empirical evidence i.e the subjugation of women to man's 'leadership' and sexual control.


    "I am stunned to learn this," said Imtiaz Khan, a leader of the Awami League's Dhaka chapter and deputy secretary-general of the Bangladesh Olympic Committee.

    "My son used to pray five times a day from a young age. There is a mosque just 25 feet from our home. He started going to prayers with his grandfather. But we never imagined this. There was nothing at home, no books or anything to indicate he was leaning that way."
    Bangladesh attack: Shock over 'elite' Holey Cafe suspects BBC, 5-7-2016

    "..children raised in religious households, who are perceived to be more empathetic and sensitive to justice, are in fact less altruistic to their own class mates .... children from religious households also differ in their ratings of deserved punishment for interpersonal harm (F(2, 847) = 5.80, p < 0.01, h2 = 0.014); this was qualified by significantly harsher ratings of punishment by children from Muslim households than children from non-religious households (p < 0.01). There were no significant differences between children from Christian households and non-religious households.".
    The Negative Association between Religiousness and Children’s Altruism across the World, November 05, 2015

    "great emphasis placed on Muslims to see themselves as members of a community of true believers .., Muslims to see each other as part of a cohesive social whole .. deliberate individualism is seen as a threat to the order and coherence of society...parents devalue creativity as an important child quality.. intellectual autonomy and imagination ..a stumbling block toward the unconditional surrender required of pious Muslims." (Acevedo, Ellison, & Yilmaz, 2013)


    "The relation between religion and intolerance seems to be present in all religious denominations, both for religious upbringing and for attendance at religious services. Only Buddhists are more tolerant. The point estimates for Protestants and Catholics are very similar, while those of Muslims are much higher, and those of Hindus even higher. Actively religious Hindus are 29 percent more intolerant than non-religious people, Muslims 19 percent, actively religious Protestant and Catholics 7 percent more.
    . Not surprisingly, religions tend to increase intolerance only when they are dominant."

    People’s opium? Religion and economic attitudes, Luigi Guisoa, Paola Sapienzad, Luigi Zingalese, 2002

    Further
    we have the insidious how long is a piece of string marginalisation excuse for terror Other are to blame for their own demise clearly evidence exists each claim of marginalisation is contradicted by the reverse occurring. The reality comes back to the codex-development-status anxiety in a dense network where holding to the true-perfect believer status and the justified-authorised methodology framing behavior leads to heightened aggression. The fact is this as we all exist in what are hierarchical status based societies marginalisation is a fact of life for all of us, it will be found. That is not to argue marginalisation does not occur in an oppressive form but the point is relatively do Other cultures inform the same terror-genocide behavior if not marginalisation cannot be the core contributing factor.

    "Officials said some of the attackers came from wealthy families, having attended top schools or universities in Dhaka or Malaysia, and at least one was the son of a top politician."
    Dhaka gunmen were 'elite', 'educated' young men, RNZ, 7-5-2016

    "We
    find that aggression is generally not a maladjusted reaction typical of the socially marginal; instead, aggression is intrinsic to status and escalates with increases in peer status until the pinnacle of the social hierarchy is attained."
    R Faris, D Felmlee - American Sociological Review, 2011

    "The time has come for us to be honest with ourselves and indeed each other. The radicalisation that breeds terrorism is not conducted in the bush at night. It occurs in the full glare of day in homes, in madrasas and in mosques with rogue imams. We must ask the question — where are the parents and families (communities, education and religious institutions) of those who are being radicalized?" said Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya's president "Our task of countering terrorism has been made all the more difficult by the fact that the planners and financiers of this brutality are deeply embedded in our communities."

    "A Garissa-based official said the government was aware Abdullahi, a former University of Nairobi law student, had joined the militant group al Shabaab after graduating in 2013."
    Kenya says son of a government official was among gunmen in Garissa attack 
    by EDITH HONAN GARISSA, Kenya — Reuters Published Sunday, Apr. 05 2015

    The following is what we are being asked to accept by our political/social elite and they are surprised-shocked large segments of their citizenry are searching for a way to bring peace and security back to their streets and hold these inept dangerous cultural gatekeepers to account for enabling the unleashing of a culture's terror-genocide into their societal space.

    ‘We cannot eliminate entirely the risk of terrorism any more than we can eliminate the risk of any serious crime.’ said Neville Chamberlain British Prime Minister in 1938 ‘Humanity simply have to make political concessions to cultures delivering terror-genocide against Other cultures, seek to understand and respect their ideology and ignore the bloody bodies and those missing in the streets and ‘grow confidently' with Nazi terror.’.

    "According to the Pew Research Center, religious hostilities reached a six-year high in 2012, with a third (33%) of countries in the high category, up from 20% just six years earlier.

    The Islamic world is disproportionately affected. More than one-in-two (57%) Muslim-majority countries have high religious hostilities, more than double that of other countries (25%), as shown in the chart to the left.

    Although religious hostilities affect countries throughout the world experience, Muslim-majority countries consistently have higher levels of a range of religious hostilities than other countries and by wide margins. For instance, Muslim-majority countries are more than three times more likely than other countries to have religion-related war, terror or sectarian violence"

    09/22/2014 Source data PEW Research Center - Commentary Weekly Number Brian J. Grim, Ph.D.

    You are asking fellow citizens to 'grow confidently' with such a cultures terror-genocide with political/social codex constructs clearly visible before us informing increased social hostility as it always has, 'accept our multicultural society as, designed by our university 'only ask the questions we allow you to' sociology departments, in all its manifestations inclusive of terror genocide and tragic outcomes for women because surely a 'drink of mint tea or Turkish pita is worth it' I for one believe such a request is sickening and dangerous. In fact I believe the contributors to the "Outplayed: Regaining Strategic Initiative in the Gray Zone" report determining the political/social elite as suffering from "profound and paralyzing risk-confusion"  is rather too generous.

    Clearly the policy is leading inexorably to the past terror-genocide in both directions as cultural gatekeepers imprisoned by an abstract utopian view of society attempts to destroy their own cultures heritage values-beliefs and methodology and accept endemic terror-genocide in both directions as the price their citizens pay for the privilege, seeking to blame anyone except themselves for the broken bodies and lives in their streets. How the 'good' enforce so effectively the 'Tranquillity of Silence' and lead humanity in the appeasement of cultures of infamy into hell once again. 

    “Extremist groups, whatever their orientation, are gaining ground in Germany,” Thomas de Maiziere, the interior minister, said.
    “Security forces observed not just a rise in membership but also an increase in violence and brutality.”

    Extremist violence increasing in Germany, warns report,  The Telegraph, Justin Huggler, berlin, 28 JUNE 2016


    And why is this the case it is because the Western cultural gatekeepers under dangerous assumptions all cultures inform the same inherent risk and the altruistic enforcers of a culture are 'sick' criminals not what they really are cultural agents has allowed and continues to do so a culture with an inherent cultural codex terror-genocide construct within their societies to inform the inevitable.

    Islamist extremists hide huge stockpile of weapons near German mosque, Express, By KATIE MANSFIELD, Jun 29, 2016

    This is a culture where inevitably the adherents are the victims and perpetrators from the same family as both utilise the exact same cultural codex where both will always exist in the same behavoral variance generation after generation. You subject your children to such obvious heinous contrusts regards Other what do you think will happen?

    Istanbul attack: Tunisian killed 'searching for IS-linked son', BBC, 30/6/2006

    A War of Brothers in Iraq: ‘I Will Kill Him With My Own Hands’, NYT, By TIM ARANGO and FALIH HASSAN, JUNE 18, 2016

    Saudi Twins Allegedly Murdered Mother After Being Stopped From Joining ISIS

    World | Reuters | Updated: July 06, 2016

    Each in turn will be found wanting along with Other, humanity really wants to retain such a ethic-belief methodology recipe for tragedy in our midst to continue to inform the same?

    To whom it may concern: Time for a Royal Commission to determine if it is possible for the Islamic/Muslim culture to ‘reconcile itself with modernity' so as to prevent terror-genocide against Other cultures