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The power of hate

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The power of hate


There's nothing more beautiful than a young child. Nothing. The brightness of spirit, the spontaneity, the natural intelligence – which Einstein called "the holy curiosity of inquiry" – are breathtaking. What, then, possesses a smart, handsome young 5- or 6-year-old boy to go on Palestinian television and sing, "When I wander into Jerusalem, I will become a suicide bomber"? Or a group of children, both boys and girls, to sing together, "How pleasant is the smell of martyrs, how pleasant the smell of land, the land enriched by the blood, the blood pouring out of a fresh body."


What? How does the horror and stench of death magically transform into the "pleasant smell" of life and glory for these kids? What happens to them in their earliest, most vulnerable years to induce some to later strap on explosive belts and vaporize themselves while murdering dozens of unsuspecting innocents?


Why, growing up in a "normal home" with a mom, dad, siblings, school and friends, does a young man suddenly feel compelled to stab his own sister to death – knifing her not just once or twice, but over and over again in a murderous frenzy – just because somebody said she was walking down the street with a male who wasn't a relative?


Clearly, as these young people's indoctrination progresses from singing songs about atrocities to actually committing them, we're witnessing not only a toxic philosophy at work, but also the magic ingredient that makes that philosophy come to life – namely, hatred. Underneath all the smiles, underneath the "devout" faith, underneath whatever persona is masking the overwhelming fear, confusion, and jihadist programming that have been cultivated in them since birth, lies the nuclear reactor core of their being – a smoldering fireball of suppressed rage.



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It's so sad, that love has no place in some societies' subcultures. It's always been that way,


and it defies any attempt to explain it fully. Everybody wants to have self worth, an importance in


some degree, to their environment, and other people. That is why the FAMILY STRUCTURE is so


vital to the development of human beings.


Lacking that immediate belonging sub-culturally, there is a lack of self worth, and invariably,


some individuals project a self-destructive anger onto a group that is permanently different than them.


And, given Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs, and security (belonging to a group), the lack of that security


causes some to seek out others who feel the the same.


Then they sell their souls to the devil, and become absolute true believers where there is no cost


they won't pay to belong.


nazis, skinheads, Mao's communist followers, manson's followers,violent tribes in Africa, and the Middle East,


the ku klux klan, al-queda, .... it goes on in most any part of the world.


I have to go have some coffee now. @@

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