Cross the Rubicon is a guy on youtube who seem, to me, to be highly angry about Islamist. All Islamist , so it seems (not just certain ones, like the ones who might choose to cause trouble)
All people who have been hurt in some way, by one religion or another, can react in this way . I’d need to include myself . To be honest
If we don’t watch out, we can end up painting everyone involved,with the same brush?. Perhaps because its easier. Seems simpler.
Cross the Rubicon, to me, seems intent on blaming the whole problem, on Islamist alone.
I don’t see it that way myself.
Now consider the issue of Sharia Law within the UK, like some reports will say is been occurring. See some info here https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/08/01/british-court-recognises-sharia-law-landmark-divorce-case/
Many would want to lay all blame for development of this situation,on Islamist alone. And yet, at the end of the day, these issues are ALSO occurring due to traditional pretense of religious liberty
Pretense of religious liberty is the root problem
Very few people will ever be bother to “be all up in arms and upset” and become highly Brethren-phobic over draconian affect of Exclusive Brethren law. Will they
Next to nobody will ever bother to turn Gloriavale-phobic.Over draconian affect of Gloviavale law either. Will they. They wont bother to. It wont concern most people. Mostly they wont care less. Not their own problem, unless some of their own family is confined within the cult
Yeah nah. It very likely wont ever happen. Because peoples bias will enter the fray
Or what else explain it?
Anyone who argue that “oh but those Islamist are worse” . Or what ever. Is simply looking to find some kind of scapegoat
Fighting the school yard type battle (oh but Johhny was worse than what i ever am. So therefore that make my own action, just fine and dandy. So lets all just pick on Johnny alone). That’s how the school-yard squabble will work?
Because its easier. Because it suit their bias. Because they really are not that interested in justice. Or fairness . Or in actually dealing to the real root issue
I can agree
One can argue, that people can deserve what they get
So long as people remain intent on pretending that religious liberty may exist. When it doesn’t.
Simply because, as soon as it does, then soon enough there will always ALSO be some particular groups who’ll then be intent on deciding to abuse it
Then indeed, one can argue, that people may deserve what they get
No two ways about
Sad thing that it seems Cross the Rubicon has chosen to overlook the root problem