Franz Kafka has been relegated to the ordinary. Islam Islamist Dichotomy Paradigm "the paradigms tells us what is real and how it works, to question the paradigm is to question the structure of the world itself"

The same Approach as taken by the First Principles Review, Creating One Defence 2015:
"We have taken a total systems approach based on evidence and analysis, sound principles and root causes rather than symptoms."


Islam Islamist Dichotomy Paradigm

"Execution of VUB professor sentenced to death in Iran "seems inevitable" Le Soir .be, by Belga, 10/12/2017- And this is not enough for the Islam-Muslim Islamist Dichotomy Paradigm Gristmill?


“Culture, defined as the meanings we carry in our heads but also the physical objects we use to express and embody them..” (Jasper 2017)

"..politics provides the enabling mechanism for community action. Violence organised or other, always everywhere has some political meaning."
The Future of Strategy, Colin S. Grey, 2015 (Gray, 2015)


“The religiously charged rally that drew hundreds of thousands to central Jakarta in December 2016, has shown the great impact of religion upon politics and arguably marked a shift on the national landscape of power.”
Understanding the 212 Movement, JakartaGlobe, Sheany, April 17, 2018


“When the grievances of mass killers are treated with serious consideration they not only give the mass killer exactly what they have been looking for, but they inspire other mass killers, they see the formula and they replicate it.” Michael Welner Forensic Psychiatrist  
What History Can Teach Us About Mass Killings, NYT, RETRO REPORT, December 11, 2017

“.it matters a great deal who gets to decide what security means, what issues make it into security agendas, how those issues should be dealt with, and, crucially, what happens when different visions of security collide.” (Williams 2013, p. 2)
 
“Cultural and social norms are highly influential in shaping individual behaviour, including the use of violence. Norms can protect against violence, but they can also support and encourage the use of it. For instance, cultural acceptance of violence, either as a normal method of resolving conflict or as a usual part of rearing a child, is a risk factor for all types of interpersonal violence. It may also help explain why countries experiencing high levels of one type of violence also experience increased levels of other types. Social tolerance of violent behaviour is likely learned in childhood, through the use of corporal punishment or witnessing violence in the family, in the media or in other settings.”
“Swedish schools are now planning on reinforcing security measures in schools due to the aggravated situation. There are a growing number of violent conflicts, often involving knives and other kinds of weapons.

Last year, a 17- year old Afghani refugee was stabbed to death by another 17-year old Afghani pupil in a school in south of Stockholm.

But many serious incidents never reach mainstream media. Even schools that have previously been more or less calm are now ridden by severe problems, often connected to groups of different ethnicities and problems involving “honour”.”
Swedes don’t want to be teachers anymore due to dangerous school environments, Voice of Europe, By Christina Johansson, 14 April 2018
“Culture and religion impact the form, experience, and meaning of relationships. Specifically, religious values and cultural norms shaped their relationships.
 …. Luhrman found that individuals’ experiences of God are culturally informed. She has demonstrated that different cultures and theologies emphasize mental processes and images, and these mental processes and representations are often mediated by social interactions. “
King, PE, AboZena, MM & Weber, JD 2017, 'Varieties of social experience: The religious cultural context of diverse spiritual exemplars', British journal of developmental psychology, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 127-41.


Culture-Ideology constructs-categories as a whole determines outcomes not one cluster contained within. If all clusters within the same cultural-ideology behavoral variance have the same sacred constructs-categories source i.e. Islam-Quran which systematically generation to generation have one cluster derived from its own and from other existent clusters from across the whole behavoral variance informing terror-genocide against their own and Other "the countless sacrifices in War" are self-inflicted.

"..many South & East Asian countries have significantly more men than women. ... This could lead to social challenges, particularly as male-dominated societies tend to be more authoritarian and more prone to violence." (Caprioli, M. Trumbore, P. F., 2003)
Strategic Trends Programme, Global Strategic Trends - Out to 2045, Ministry of Defence UK


“A politically incorrect point must be noted here. Of the countries where women are held back and subjected to systematic abuses such as honor killings and genital cutting, a very large proportion are predominantly Muslim. Most Muslims worldwide don’t believe in such practices, and some Christians do – but the fact remains that the countries where girls are cut, killed for honor, or kept out of school or the workplace typically have large Muslim populations. To look at one broad gauge of well-being, of 130 countries rated in 2008 by the World Economic Forum according to the status of women, 8 of the bottom 10 were majority Muslim. Yemen was in last place, with Chad. Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan right behind it. No Muslim country ranks in the top 40. Kazakhstan ranks highest, at number 45, followed by Uzbekistan, at 55.” (Kristof & WuDunn 2010, pp. 162-3)

The Global Gender Gap Report 2016 is published by the World Economic Forum Source: Table 3: Global rankings, 2016 – 9 of Bottom 10 were majority Muslim Countries, Yemen was in last place, with Chad. Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan right behind it, with Côte d'Ivoire 39% Muslims being the largest religious group. No majority Muslim country Ranked in the top 50, Kazakhstan 70.4% Muslim ranked 51 landed in the 157th spot (out of 180) in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom index. China came in at 176th.

Can anyone claim given the evidence the Islam-Muslim culture-ideology will create Islam-Muslim Altruist Terrorists called Islamists and as the ratio of Muslim to Other increases not only will Other cultures be subject to increasing violence and social/political marginalisation, women including Muslim women will increasingly find themselves in a much worse position than the previous social/political influence of Other cultures enabled? Pertantly sufficient evidence exists of the inherent cultural nature of the Islam-Muslim culture to significantly moral shift not only at the individual level but at cultural-ideology State level from moderate to cleansing/blasphemous/terror mode. 

Given the significance of negative outcomes for humanity for any number of variables aligned to the relative numbers of Muslims residing in any space to determine it is only the 'few' and not the culture-ideology framing relationships ethics social/poltical method inclusive of violence simply cannot be true. For how can only a few across many different nation States inform the same negative outcomes in such a consistent manner across time and space where many other cultures-ideologies have the same marginalised, resource deficits but do not inform the same negative effect on such a scale, it is simply not possible. Could it be the assurances we have been given as to the underlying construct of Other including Muslims determined as hypocrites is not one of acceptance, innocents, live and let live, within the Muslim sacred ethic social/political method source?

The same culture-ideology leaving 22 dead in Iranian streets kills citizens in our own streets yet we do nothing we protect the religion which kills, maims, subjugates and determine those opposed to such insanity as bigots, deviants - the propensity of humans for invention via social imagination of the most absurd destructive behavoral constructs is manifest.


Quran Surah 33 AL-AHZAB The Confederates
"60 Truly, if the Hypocrites, and those in whose hearts is a disease, and those who stir up sedition in the city, desist not, we shall certainly stir thee up against them: then will they not be able to stay in it as thy neighbours for any length of time: (those to be cleansed from the neighbourhood are not only those determined as 'stirring up sedition', also hypocrite Muslims, first in line, determined as not being 'true' Muslims and Other cultures whose different beliefs determines them diseased-what happens when cultures have in their sacred ethical codex, be it secular or theological defined categories of peoples the culture determine 'diseased'?)  
61 They shall have a curse on them: wherever they are found, they shall be seized and slain (without mercy). (There is no equivocation "shall be seized and slain (without mercy)", those publically espousing Islam does not inform, justify and authorise extreme violence against Other cultures are either liars or deluded either way they are a danger to humanity for what do they enable to continue to exist in humanities streets?))
62 (Such was) the practice (approved) of Allah among those who lived afortime: no change will they’ll find in the practice (approved) of Allah. (Islam-Muslim directive "no change will they’ll find in the practice (approved) of Allah", not 'This is archaic medieval text please ignore', this is what Muslims are demanded by God-Allah to do right now and into the future in humanities streets, What must happen?)
....
73 (With the result) that Allah has to (not may or do not, has to) punish the Hypocrites, men and women, and the Unbelievers, men and women, and Allah turns in Mercy to the Believers, men and women: for Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful."

"Throughout history, rich and poor countries alike have been lending, borrowing, crashing -- and recovering -- their way through an extraordinary range of financial crises. Each time, the experts have chimed, 'this time is different', claiming that the old rules of valuation no longer apply and that the new situation bears little similarity to past disasters."
Reinhart, CM & Rogoff, KS 2009, This time is different: Eight centuries of financial folly, princeton university press.


"Words are dangerous weapons." New South Wales Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton, 2015.

True "Words are dangerous weapons."

"words matter" Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin 2015

True "words matter"

Why are both statements true?

When a person reads words contained within a cultural sacred ideological codex text, be it secular or religious, one will see literally or analogised in the adherents behavior past, present, and know with relative certainty that the future holds the exact same behavior as detailed in the cultures codex ethical social/political method word template. Believing you, or your culture will be spared or it’s worth the sacrifice of the lives of your fellow citizens to manage such an abhorrent ideological construct into your streets is pathological altruism.


What do we know happens when you allow the normalisation of extreme violence of a culture's altruists justified authorised method of punishment/alignment/conversion in a society, give such violence 'serious consideration', in fact blame the very victims for the cultures terror-genocide against them - give the cultures extreme violence the imprimatur of justified reaction against unreasonable fear of what the culture can and does do, the political/social forms, subjugation and cleansed neighbourhoods, this culture will create given the time and space to do so?
  
Western security policy is based on a lie: Islamic-Muslim (good-spiritual) Islamist (evil-religion) Dichotomy Paradigm. Religion is needed to define the state of spirituality (relation to the entity-spiritual state), Islam-Muslims and Islamists are therefore derived from the same source of cultural codex, walk the same cultural family, institution development floors. It follows, as night follows day, the so-called Islamist-terrorists are "defeated", as we see every time in every space they will be replaced by Islam-Muslims because they are Islam-Muslims and always have been.

When you base policy on a lie what invariably happens – Yes the architect and builders of an edifice with such shoddy foundations, crumbling to the ground as it takes many precious lives with it, blame everyone else except themselves for the policy abyss of their own making.

BLOOD YEAR, ISLAMIC STATE AND THE FAILURES OF THE WAR ON TERROR, David Kilcullen, 2016

"Pathological altruism is found in any pattern of altruistic behavior that results in severe harm to oneself or others. However, the pathological altruists thinking is also irrational and distorted. That is to say, his or her thinking appears to be characterised by a suspension of logic and reason and respect to the outcomes of their actions.

Pathological altruism victimizes the altruists themselves, as well as those in their path."
Pathological Altruism, Oxford University Press, 2012

“There are no safeguards provided by nature against employment of thoroughly inappropriate concepts by communities who are self-harming, apparently wilfully, but actually without realising it.”
The Future of Strategy, Colin S. Grey, 2015

“It was long assumed that, as societies modernise, they invariably secularise, with consequential effects for religion, which becomes publicly marginalised – or, ‘privatised’ – and excluded from the public realm.” (Haynes 2016)

 “Without errors there is no possibility for improvement.” (Lindenfors 2017)

“Results show that error management culture compels employees to lead out of a sense of duty and responsibility (i.e., social-normative motivation to lead (MTL)) as well as to develop leadership skills.

The proactivity literature supports this finding because a constructive approach to errors creates a supportive and autonomous situational context that motivates employees to adopt a proactive orientation towards work.

That is, supportive contextual cues build employees’ confidence, perceived control, psychological ownership, psychological safety, and positive affect. These positive psychological states collectively encourage employees to take responsibility for setting, striving towards, and accomplishing goals (Grant & Parker, 2009; Parker, Bindl, &Strauss, 2010).

In contrast, a punitive approach to errors appears to increase the perceived psychological costs of leading. Results indicate that employees are less likely to be motivated to lead – when they like to be in charge (i.e., affective-identity MTL) or when they do not see benefits or perquisites associated with leading (noncalculative MTL) – in an error aversion culture. 

In such a constraining environment, employees may experience low psychological safety, low control over outcomes, and negative affect, diminishing their motivation to lead. These findings imply that significant costs exist to avoiding and punitively reacting to errors. (Maurer, Hartnell & Lippstreu 2017)

“Biased assimilation occurs when perceptions of new evidence are interpreted in such a way as to be assimilated into pre-existing assumptions and expectations. Because this bias may not be deliberate, people suspect the motives of others who do not share their evaluations, and the bias is difficult to overcome...
..assumptions and expectations can alter the very nature and meaning of how the new evidence is perceived. The perceptual system relies on assumptions and expectations to make sense of an inherently ambiguous world. We see what we expect to see, and experience what we expect to experience.’ (Lord & Taylor 2009)

"It is very clear what I mean, which is that there is a violent, radical, fanatical, nihilistic interpretation of Islam by a faction … within the Muslim community that is our enemy, and that has to be defeated."
  
 "Humans are social animals in that they are dependent on one another for connectedness, self-esteem, and knowledge/understanding of the world (which exists only in the context of one’s culture that establishes norms, expectations, attitudes, and values/morality)."
Nelson, Todd D. Getting Grounded in Social Psychology. Psychology Press, 2017-07-06.

"..meta-analysis summarizes 113 research reports worldwide (121 cross-sectional and 7 longitudinal studies) on age differences in ethnic, racial, or national prejudice among children and adolescents. Overall, results indicated a peak in prejudice in middle childhood (5–7 years) followed by a slight decrease until late childhood (8–10 years)."
Development of ethnic, racial, and national prejudice in childhood and adolescence: A multinational metaanalysis of age differences, T Raabe, A Beelmann - Child development, 2011

“. children are sharp eyed, lacking in empathy, and willing to commit atrocities their elders would shrink from.”
Kilcullen, D 2010, Counterinsurgency, Oxford University Press.

"Just as cultural variation clearly dictates the language children eventually speak, cultural variation exerts significant and differential influences over mental, emotional, and social development of children. Every culture is characterized, and distinguished from other cultures, by deep-rooted and widely acknowledged ideas about how one needs to feel, think, and act as a functioning member of the culture. These beliefs and behaviors shape how parents rear their offspring. Culture helps to construct parents and parenting, just as culture helps to define mental health. Culture is also maintained and transmitted by influencing parental cognitions that in turn shape parenting practices. Whether culturally universal or specific, controls are in place to ensure that each new generation acquires culturally appropriate and normative patterns of beliefs and behaviors."
Parenting and child mental health: a cross-cultural perspective, Marc H. Bornstein, 3 October 2013

“When people learn exactly how to be moral from their cultural environments, this starts with the family.
....
...the specific rules we internalise from our parents and peers are culturally maintained by local groups, rather than being firmly encoded in our genes. "
Moral Origins, The Evolution of Virtue, Altruism, and Shame, Christopher Boehm, 2012, p 98

“Culture, defined as the meanings we carry in our heads but also the physical objects we use to express and embody them..” (Jasper 2017)

"..politics provides the enabling mechanism for community action. Violence organised or other, always everywhere has some political meaning."
The Future of Strategy, Colin S. Grey, 2015 (Gray, 2015)

“The centre of gravity of an insurgent movement – the source of power from which it derives its morale, its physical strength, its freedom of action, and its will to act – is its connectivity with the local population in a given area.” (Kilcullen, D 2010)

“..organization is going to affect how conflicts are handled. .. The organization by the way it is structured, by its policies, by the way it is managed, by the culture that develops, the relationships it sets up among its members, all of that structuring and context, will have a great influence on how members behave when they’re in a conflict.”
The Art of Conflict Management: Achieving Solutions for Life, Work, and Beyond, Professor Michael Dues, 2010

"Even in integrated theories that account for both personal and situational factors (see Anderson & Bushman, 2002), the bulk of the explanatory power is placed on the individual. In other words, the classic developmental and personality theories of aggression do not necessarily constitute theories of group aggression, yet groups commit and receive more aggression than individuals (Meier & Hinsz, 2004). Groups large and small are synonymous with aggression in society (Baron & Kerr, 2004; Brewer, 2003)"
Aggression between Social Groups, James Densley and Jillian Peterson, 2016

Insurgents-Terrorists are a cultural political worldview weapon they are of the cultural population whole not separate, Insurgents-Terrorists are a symptom not a cause of social schism. Decide to accommodate the social/political worldview ethics-beliefs and method of the attacking cultural population whole the Insurgents-Terrorists represent, or determine the cultural population whole deviant and hold the cultural population whole culpable for the cultural production mechanisms which systemically create their cultural political worldview weapon.

“There are more ways .. to understand cooperation in humans. Most notably these concern cultural group selection and spatial selection; that we can sacrifice ourselves from groups we belong to, such as nations, religions or ideologies, and that we tend to cooperate with those in our proximity, or move closer to those we cooperate well with.
All explanations, however, are aimed at understanding the same crucial dilemma: the conditions for when one individual will absorb the cost for another. Thus all proposed explanations come down to answering the question in the title: For Whose Benefit? Or, if you prefer Latin: Cui bono?

In cases in nature where there seems to exist no short – all long – term benefit to the self-sacrificing individual – the individual taking the cost – the answer can instead come down to benefits for lower level units, what Richard Dawkins has termed replicators: genes or ‘memes‘." (Lindenfors 2017, p. 3)

“Cooperation creates order from disorder by repeating the same procedure over and over. Genes, cells and memes are copied; individuals reproduce. Genes are structured in DNA, cells are structured in organs, neurons are structured in brain components, humans are structured in groups (e.g. Ethnic or professional groups), memes are structured into different fields of knowing or cultural constructs.” (Lindenfors 2017, p. 7)

Terror of the 'few' in time works from a particular culture's historical-perspective and determined necessary otherwise the method would not exist, and more importantly it was nor ever is only the 'few', claiming you can adapt to terror by being more resilient and accommodate the Insurgents-Terrorists by managing them into your streets, having the cultures adherents infiltrate your security apparatus and political institutions will result in your cultures destruction however powerful you deem your culture to be even at the bitter end. There is no such thing as a ‘moderate’ embedded in the same cultural spectrum (Dominiczak 2013) as insurgent-terrorists walking from the ‘moderates’ families, communities and institutions.

".. the pagans that witnessed it, witnessed this destruction were absolutely intimidated and there are reports of conversions on the spot.

.. The Christians finally destroyed the pagan sanctuaries, where essentially between 391-414 AD wiped out that elite class that provided the neo-platonic philosophers." (Kenneth 2011)”

“To the extent that living beings diverge from the specific type, are they abnormal in that they endanger the specific form or are they inventors on the road to new forms?” (Georges 1991)

Although your own culture through the existence of sacred foundation precepts and exemplar behavior justified authorised potentially permanent removal of terror-genocide from your cultural ethics-beliefs social/political method rationale model to inform a liberal-democratic space (Siedentop 2014); terror-genocide which enabled your culture in the past, in time over hundreds of years, to wear down-infiltrate-destroy-supplant another culture, to assume or simply hope other cultures can change, undergo an Obama hoped for “reformation” to the "modern" (Stone 2016), from utilising the exact same methodology by the removal-defeat (Stone 2016) of a perceived cluster (Dominiczak 2013) of ethics embedded in a cultures behavoral variance, when the culture has no similar sacred foundation precepts nor exemplar template justifying authorising such a change; terror-genocide systemically emanates historically currently from the culture despite the same protestations of cultural innocents and loyalty your very own culture made as you destroyed previous cultures determines once again history has been written down to be wasted on fools.

The Islam Islamist Dichotomy Paradigm logic determines being obstinately attached to a belief, opinion, and intolerant towards other people's religious or secular script, schema, beliefs and practices which systemically = terror-genocide and misogyny is unreasonable, deviant. Who could reject such 'sociological imagination', based upon how the world actually works not how we would hope it would nor for self/organisational/cultural-serving 'false imagining' I do.

Reflection prior to proceeding with argument:
“A nation, like man, is the creature of its past."
THE REVOLUTIONARY IDEA IN FRANCE, 1789-1871, By Lord Elton, 1923.

"“rational” means “consistency with some model....They aren’t even necessarily good decisions, from others’ perspectives. They simply are consistent." 
Behavioral Economics: When Psychology and Economics Collide, S. Huettel, 2014

“Lessons had been learned, some too late. …In theory, each lesson represented a life. …In order to learn the lesson, you had to lose somebody.” (Morris 2007, p. 146)

“Cultures are those patterns of belief and behavior that orient life and provide it significance. They constitute the human kingdom by organizing reality and indicating what we ought to do and avoid. Cultures are humankind’s distinctive and immediate environment built from the material order by men and women’s creative effort. Cultures are those webs we stitch together to direct societal practice, the embodiments of our living as persons in community. Max Weber calls them the “webs of significance” within which the human species uniquely lives. Echoing the same theme, anthropologists since E. B. Taylor have contended that we are dependent on the inheritance and transmission of cultural forms or we cannot exist as a species. I speak of a universal practice—all humans are cultural beings…
Realities called “cultures” are inherited and built from symbols that shape our action, identity, thoughts, and sentiment.” (Christians 2007)


“A recurring lesson in social psychology is that individuals act on the beliefs that they perceived to be widespread in their society, community, and group (e.g., Cialdini & Trost, 1998; Jetten, Postmes, & McAuliffe, 2002; Latane & Darley, 1968; Mead, 1934; Newcomb, 1961; Paluck, 2009; Sherif, 1936). When making everyday interpretations, individuals tend to rely on the ideas they assume are shared – on “common sense” or social representations (Moscovici, 1976). Yet this lesson has commanded little attention in cross-cultural literature (c.f. Kashmia, 2008). Cultural variations and social cognition have been explained almost exclusively in terms of what individuals see inside themselves (self-concepts, personal values and beliefs) rather than what individuals see when looking outward at their social environments (Markus & Kitayama, 1991; Schwartz, 1992; Triandis, 1989). The focus of cross-cultural research on individuals' private, inward views is particularly surprising given that culture is generally understood to be a collective phenomenon that exists, to some extent, externally and publicly (Geertz, 1973).” (Zou et al. 2009)

“Morality is presumed to develop through community formation and not in the obscure sanctums of isolated individuals. Moral values are situated in the cultural context rather than anchored by theoretical abstractions. It gives ethics its proper orientation. It contradicts the Western tradition of extrinsic morality and situates the moral domain in culture instead. Morality is grounded in community understanding. Reciprocal care and understanding, rooted in emotion and experience and not in formal consensus, are the basis on which moral discourse is possible.” (Christians 2007)


"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

".. the character of society flows from the intellectual forms which predominate in it."
A Dictionary of Sociology, Oxford University Press, 2009

"...senior members of the community dependent upon the paradigm, indeed whose most powerful members are senior people who helped establish the paradigm. .. can get one recognised in the community, it can help you get tenure at your institution and help you keep your job, if you want to feed your children you need to play according to the rules dictated by the paradigm and enforced by the community.
"Because the paradigms tells us what is real and how it works, to question the paradigm is to question the structure of the world itself, according to those within the paradigm that leads to nonsense, to think about the paradigm rather than through the paradigm is not to engage in science but philosophy.

Occasionally, however, anomalies pop-up....."
"Redefining Reality", Professor Steven Gimbel, Professor of Philosophy. Gettysburg College, 2015

“Decision theorists and cognitive scientists have recorded instances where individuals refuse to change their mental models even in the face of irrefutable evidence, because of the institutional support that their unsatisfactory mental models get from peers and society at large.”

"Religious thought does not exist in a vacuum; it both shapes politics and is shaped by politics."
Understanding Japan: A Cultural History, Professor Mark J. Ravina, Emory University, 2015

"In the first place, ideologies (culture) provide a perspective, or 'lens', through which the world is understood and explained. People do not see the world as it is, but only as they expect it to be: in other words, they see it through a veil of ingrained beliefs, opinions and assumptions. Whether consciously or subconsciously everyone subscribes to a set of political beliefs and values that guide their behaviour and influence their conduct. Political ideas and ideologies thus set goals that inspire political activism. .... a, unifying set of political ideas and values can develop naturally within society, or it can be enforced from above in an attempt to manufacture obedience and exercise control. The clearest examples of such 'official' ideas have been found in fascist, communist and religious fundamentalist regimes."
Source: Political Ideologies Andrew Heywood 2012

 “….political socialization begins earlier and faster than previously suspected, and is evident among young children. 
….the agents of political socialization impart narratives of the ethos of conflict and of collective memory in young children that support continuation of the conflict.
….the great majority of the young children form systematic and coherent systems of beliefs, attitudes, and emotions that support the conflict as a result of political socialization and direct exposure to conflict.
….the conflict-related contents absorbed by children have lasting effects on the solidification of children’s later socio-psychological repertoire.”
 
Political socialization of young children in intractable conflicts: Conception and evidence, Daniel Bar-Tal, Aurel Harrison Diamond, and Meytal Nasie, 2017 

"Despite deeply conservative and gendered regulation, brutal violence, and widespread coverage of the group’s use of rape, more than 600 women have left Western countries to join Daesh. Researchers explain this recruitment primarily through women’s desire for romantic adventure, deception on social media, and anti-Western sentiment spurred by discrimination and violence in their home states. Using an original dataset of social media activity from seventeen Western female recruits between 2011-2015, we evaluate these arguments and offer a new explanation centered on a religious and political ideology that necessitates a physical hijra (migration) to Iraq or Syria. We find consistent evidence that anti-Western sentiment and ideological commitment drive women’s migration. This finding has valuable implications for counterterrorism policy and security studies, which tend to treat women’s mobilization as separate from general extremism. Our findings suggest female recruits should be taken seriously as motivated insurgents intent on establishing an Islamic caliphate."
Explaining Extremism: Western Women in Daesh, Meredith Loken University of Washington Anna Zelenz University of Washington, April 1, 2016

"Kochanska and Akasan (2006) conscience is a personality system that gets coherently organised early in life and is relatively stable over time. Individual differences in conscience emerge as a complex interplay between children's temperamental individuality and socialisation in the family.

Kochanska and Knaack (2003) also looked at a negative influence of maternal power-assertive child-rearing style on the development of conscience. This relation was indeed found, and it is interesting that it was found to be mediated by the child's effort control (EC). In other words, this study suggested that maternal power-assertive discipline may impair the child's development of EC, which in turn may impair his or her development of conscience." 
SELF-REGULATION, BRAIN, COGNITION, AND DEVELOPMENT, Andrew Berger, 2011

"..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
  

"Children’s voices are heard “Defend Islam don’t be an infidel”"

.. Hundreds of other men watched, holding their phones aloft to try to get a glimpse of the violence, but never making a move to intervene. Those standing by included several police officers.

..then the enraged men below her picked up poles and planks of wood, and hit at her until she lost her grip and tumbled down.”
Flawed Justice After a Mob Killed an Afghan Woman, New York Times, by Pulitzer Prize winner ALISSA J. RUBIN, DEC. 26, 2015


"Over the decades, successive laws have sought to improve the position of women, but implementation has been lacking because it is mostly in the hands of male government functionaries and the police who consider most violence against women as a "family problem", or even provoked by women themselves."
Why is a Pakistani bill to protect women unpopular?, By M Ilyas Khan, BBC News, 17 March 2016

"Police allege the now 16-year-old was taken to a protest at Hyde Park when he was just 12 and given a sign that read: “Behead all those who insult the Prophet

..the mother did not report her radical son to authorities, despite his boast to her he would carry out a terror attack “bigger” than the murder of Parramatta police worker Curtis Cheng."

"ISIS child suicide bomber aged between 12 and 13 was thwarted in Iraq
The boy was detained outside Shia mosque in Kirkuk, north of Baghdad
His arrest came less than 24 hours after child suicide bombing in Turkey"

"The six-minute video features small children dressed in military fatigues
During the film, the children are seen 'raiding' an Israeli home at gunpoint
The play's narrator urges the audience to 'stab and kill the occupier'
A senior leader of terror group Islamic Jihad also addresses the audience"

"MAIDUGURI, Nigeria – Two girl suicide bombers died when they exploded Sunday in a crowded area near a market in Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri, injuring 17 people, rescue officials said. ..

One bomber appeared no older than 7 and the second about 8 years old, said Abdulkadir Jabo, a civilian self-defense fighter who stopped them from going into the market. ..

In a particularly horrific instance, a woman suicide bomber carrying a baby on her back was shot by soldiers at a checkpoint on Nov. 28. The shot detonated her explosives, killing the woman and the baby."

"Germany's intelligence chief has warned that the wives and children of German "IS" fighters could pose a risk when they return home. A third of the 950 Germans who have traveled to fight for "IS" have returned."
German intel chief warns of potential threat posed by wives, children of German jihadis, DW, David Martin (dpa, AFP), 03.12.2017


"Those who are most effective in claiming the moral high ground have been able to rally their people, dehumanise the target and take what they want."
The Master Strategist, Ketan J. Patel, 2005

"Words are dangerous weapons." New South Wales Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton, 2015.

"words matter" Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin 2015

".. categorizing is a practical and contingent matter. Category work then should not be thought of in abstract terms – it is closely tied to actions and serves to justify what has happened in the past, and prepare the ground for future actions. In some cases, the cohesion of categories is maintained by joint commitment to future actions. Neither is categorizing an individual matter – we have seen that it is coordinated, not just between allies but also between enemies. How categories develop is contingent on the situation, but it also draws on given cultural resources, which are provided by language (Nekvapil, 2002)."
On membership categorization: ‘us’, ‘them’ and ‘doing violence’ in political discourse, Ivan Leudar, Victoria Marsland, Jirí Nekvapil, May 1, 2004

"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, Douglass Hofstadter, Emmanuel Sander, 2013

Palestinian cleric says hit her ‘no more than 10 blows & avoid permanent marks’

"A large body of research implicates families in the development and prevention of aggressive and violent behavior."
Family Influences on Aggression and Violence, Aggression and Violence: A Social Psychological Perspective, Labella, Madelyn H, Masten, Ann S, 2016

“Most respondents (86.7% of adolescents, 92.5% of parents) described parents as having a role in the joining process.”
Parental Participation in the Process Of Youth Joining a Program: Perspectives from Adolescents and Parents, Kang, Hyeyoung; Raffaelli, Marcela; Bowers, Jill; Munoz, Lorraine; Simpkins, Sandra, 2017

"The Multilevel Selection Theory (MST) approach thinks of the group as being akin to a single reproductive unit, and, given that groups with more altruists are more successful in terms of inclusive fitness, the MST approach argues that the success of an altruist-dominant group increases the reproductive success of the constituent individuals comprising that group (i.e., group-level selection). By this reasoning, inclusive fitness is not only promoted at the individual level that also by group level selections pressures....

A concomitant of the group selection process is an evolutionary-based predisposition to conform to group norms, to make distinctions between ingroups and outgroups, and to enforce compliance to rules and norms, even at the cost to group members (Richerson & Boyd, 2005)...

Higgins, Feldman, and Ruble (1980) noted that mere social category knowledge, acquired from the direct experience, may be adequate for generating prosocial behaviour, and its deployment is probably less effortful than perspective taking or empathising.
...
It became clear that learning can occur without direct reinforcement, merely from observation (e.g., Bandura,1997)."
The Oxford Handbook of prosocial behaviour, 2015, p13, p15

"Human populations vary in their degree of polygyny, corresponding with factors such as high male mortality in war and high pathogen stress (Ember et al., 2007). Polygyny is most abundant where males are heterogeneous in the quality of their territories and in human societies when there is substantial inequality in resources and social status (Borgerhoff Mulder, 1990; Orians, 1969). The degree of polygyny likely reflects the intensity of male mating competition. Higher levels of competition would be associated with higher male mortality rates."
Socio-Demographic Factors Intensifying Male Mating Competition Exacerbate Male Mortality Rates, Daniel J. Kruger, April 1, 2010

"In addition to male scarcity and pathogen stress, cross-cultural researchers see polygyny as predicated on territorial enlargement. White and Burton (1988) reported that societies in which polygyny is common are characterized by an expansionist strategy."
Explaining cross-national differences in polygyny intensity, N Barber, 2008

"Effective polygyny means that some males gain more than their “fair share” of copulations, while other males are shut out entirely, banished from contributing to the ancestry of future generations. Such a system leads to more ferocious competition within the high-variance sex. In essence, polygyny selects for risky strategies, including those that lead to violent combat with rivals and those that lead to increased risktaking to acquire the resources needed to attract members of the high-investing sex. Violence can occur at the top as well as the bottom of the hierarchy. Given an equal sex ratio, for each man who monopolizes two women, another man is consigned to bachelorhood (Daly & Wilson, 1996). For those facing reproductive oblivion, a risky, aggressive strategy may represent a last resort. The homicide data reveal that men who are poor and unmarried are more likely to kill compared with their more affluent and married counterparts (Wilson & Daly, 1985)."
Human aggression in evolutionary psychological perspective, Buss, David M 
Shackelford, Todd K, 1997

“.. more significant prevalence of mental-health issues in polygynous women compared to monogamous women. Individual studies report a higher prevalence of somatization, depression, anxiety, hostility, psychoticism and psychiatric disorder in polygynous wives as well as reduced life and marital satisfaction, problematic family functioning and low self-esteem.”
The impact of polygamy on women's mental health: a systematic review, Lindsay Dianne Shepard, 2013

“..every human system begins with the mother-child dyad and from there iteratively builds the roots of individual and cultural virtue.” (Narvaez 2014, p. 11)


"Analyses provided support for a direct influence of maternal hostile attributions on the development of child hostile attributions and aggressive behaviour."
A Longitudinal Investigation of Maternal Influences on the Development of Child Hostile Attributions and Aggression, Sarah J. Healy , Lynne Murray , Peter J. Cooper , Claire Hughes & Sarah L. Halligan,18 Nov 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

“So we learned in the family and what we did learn and the lessons we learned led to behaviour we adopted and we got habituated to, we get skilled at so our early learning drivers inform and awful lot of the way we deal with conflict and we go choose organizations where we apply those skills and it all fits within the culture so we are not people who come into conflict, like it is a new subject, we are people who come to the subject of conflict management having learnt it early, we’ve got built in ideas,.. some of the ideas we got, the way of dealing with conflict turned out to be wrong ideas.”
Michael Dues, Ph.D., University of Arizona, The art of conflict management.

"Communities 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." (Einstein, A 1934, THE WORLD AS I SEE IT)

"The time has come for us to be honest with ourselves and indeed each other."

Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya's president, 2015

"Values of caring and morality can lose their power when circumstances activate and move to dominance other values. ...

Relevant to how values that lead to immoral actions can become dominant is the concept of moral equilibration. ...
..The moral principles that prohibit killing or harming other human beings are replaced by the principle of 'social good,' defined (by Nazis) as protection of the German nation from internal subversion or genetic contamination by Jews. Or loyalty and obedience to authority may become the relevant moral principles.... Although this can happen consciously, moral equilibration often occurs without awareness....A preconscious or unconscious equilibration circumvents moral conflict. As people progress along a continuum of destruction, moral equal liberation becomes more automatic" (Staub 1987, p.147).....

The authors see such a shift is an automatic response to a threat to identity into one's moral status as a member of one's group. In terms of personal goal theory, members of one's group engaging in immoral acts activates and raises in the hierarchy values of loyalty and authority over genuinely moral values, which in turn can lead to justification of immoral acts. Such value shifts can make active bystandership to oppose harmful practices or to promote peace and harmony less likely."

The Oxford Handbook of prosocial behaviour,  2015, p701-2

Nye (2011, p. 14) points out that power can be defined as resources or behavioral outcomes. He further describes each of three faces of power, faces that allow both hard and soft methods (2011, p. 91). The hard methods are the use of coercion or inducement: to change a subject’s strategies (first face); to curtail a subject’s agenda (second face); to shape a subject’s first preferences (third face). The soft methods are the use of attraction or persuasion to change a subject’s preferences in the first face (inducing behavioural change); or attraction or institutions to convince a subject of the legitimacy of one’s agenda in the second face (framing and agenda-setting); and to shape a subject’s first preferences through priming in the third face (Nye 2011, pp. 42, 91).
There are “complex structures of culture, social relations and power that affect and constrain” people that Nye (2011, p. 14) includes in power’s second and third faces. Wendt (1996, pp. 57–8) notes that it is rhetorical practice that is employed as third face power to manipulate “shared meanings and significations”
Chitty, Naren. The Routledge Handbook of Soft Power. Routledge, 03-11-2016

“Instead of responding to attacks against freedom of expression, voices were raised to decry blasphemy and to propose compromise with terrorism. There is no blasphemy in a democracy,” Mr. Rushdie said.

..the writer decried the reluctance of Western governments to use the words “Muslim” or “Islam,” preferring instead to attribute terrorist attacks to “unbalanced” people or to a generic thing like “radicalism” or “extremism,” even when the attackers themselves say Islam is their motive."
‘Satanic Verses’ author Salman Rushdie: ‘Today, I would be accused of Islamophobia, racism’ By Victor Morton - The Washington Times - Tuesday, September 6, 2016



Soft Power consistency with Islam/Muslim model:

The Moderate Face of Al Qaeda, By Colin P. Clarke, Foreign Affairs, October 24, 2017


""I love Australia," she said as she was accompanied to a waiting car by police."

“As a Muslim American active in community issues I know that many of my colleagues either avoid, deny or are flummoxed by the problem of what is often called "radicalization"-- that is, alienation, politicized resentment and deep confusion about religious guidelines. That said, some of us do have some useful perspectives and some of us have reach into our communities, fragmented though they may be.

And yet. Almost nowhere do I see any government funding for prevention, done in a way that is respectful as well as effective. Outreach to Muslim leaders is done in such a way that keeps Muslims passive. Virtually all the money goes to law enforcement and of course the military.

Until there is humility and commitment instead of PR and bureaucracy, until there is real sustained engagement at all levels, we will continue in the current wasteful cycle of action and reaction. And much of the US public just wants to kill more of our Muslim brothers and sisters and has little interest in our hearts and minds.”
Reply comment to In Battle to Defang ISIS, U.S. Targets Its Psychology, NYT, ERIC SCHMITT, DEC. 28, 2014, by rabbit nyc December 29, 2014

“..the Ammam Message initiative of King Abdullah II of Jordan is an extremely important step, bringing together religious and political leaders from across the Islamic world to condemn AQ's heretical takfiri ideology. .. they are much more powerful and credible than Western initiatives.." 'The Accidental Guerrilla' - David Kilcullen, 2009


“You see, man is a contentious animal. He is always likely to apply force to the resolution of social conflict. The fact that he gets better at killing isn’t likely to make him stop.”...
“Well, Lenin himself invented the phrase ‘useful fools’. There are a lot of useful fools in the peace movement.”
The General (Sir John Hackett) and the Future War, The Age, 15th October 1983

“Some would say it is because of Afghanistan. No, it is not because of Afghanistan or of the Afghan people. The Afghan people cooperated fully with the international community with a great desire to see their country peaceful and nice and prosperous and democratic, which we did. It is factors outside of Afghanistan which are more decisive with regard to security and stability of Afghanistan. Pakistan was the main factor and we all knew and the world knew: The sanctuaries there, the training grounds there, the financial resources provided to terrorism and the ideological inputs that they give to terrorism and send to Afghanistan. The second most important factor or rather equally important factor was the whole conduct of US strategy in Afghanistan.”


"Rezgui's family insist he was brainwashed into carrying out the attack, but have not named any group or individual.

"They got to my son. They used him and they framed him for the crime," his mother said."

“Whoever controls Mecca and Medina has tremendous soft power,” said Ali Shihabi, executive director of the Arabia Foundation, a pro-Saudi center in Washington. “Saudi Arabia has been extremely careful from day one not to restrict any Muslim’s access to hajj so they never get accused of using hajj for political purposes.”

Keep Indonesia Secular, Yudhoyono Urges- The Jakarta Globe May, 2014

Saudi king revokes flogging of female driver CNN Wire Staff, Wed September 28, 2011


"According to Clarke’s findings, the group of radicals had been spending years spreading radical Muslim agendas in schools, while slowly gaining momentum within the education community. The report claimed that the radical “educators” would earn influence with school principals and leaders, gaining sympathetic friends to the radical agendas of Islam, while plucking out less-supportive teachers."

"Somali authorities have arrested seven head teachers who they accuse of meeting al-Shabab militants.
They are said to have discussed changing the curriculum at private schools to favour the Islamist group's ideology.
Each of the principals is responsible for around 1,000 students, ranging in age from seven to 15.

“Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Tuesday said Saudi Arabia would "return" to a "moderate Islam that is open to all religions"”
Saudi crown prince promises 'return to moderate Islam', Al Jazeera Media Network, 25 Oct 2017


 "Khomeini nonetheless reassured his liberal revolutionary compatriots — just months before the revolution, while in Paris exile — that “women [would be] free in the Islamic Republic in the selection of their activities and their future and their clothing.”


"During the one year of Egypt’s nascent democracy, we (Muslim Brotherhood) were dedicated to reforming state institutions to harbor further democratic rule. We were unaware of the amount of pushback we would receive from hard-liners in these institutions."
I Am a Member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Not a Terrorist, NTY Opinion, By GEHAD EL-HADDAD, FEB. 22, 2017

"Hezbollah, he says, are in favour of justice and peace, unlike many other groups that claim to be Islamic but contradict the faith.

"How can these people say that the prophet, peace be on him, who was the most peaceful, beautiful, perfect, infallible human being that's ever been on this Earth, according to Islam, how can you say that this great prophet of God would encourage people to kill innocent people?"

Khan says his faith promotes peace, and was the reason he studied for a masters of social work."
Arif's story of love and hate in Wollongong By GEMMA KHAICY Illawarra Mercury April 25, 2014, 10:30 p.m

"Where are your (Christian) churches? Where are your Patriarchs? Where are your nuns? Where are your crosses? ... Where are your sanctuaries? What has the world done for them - what did they do previously in Iraq? Aren't these groups causing all of this in all regions? They may tell you 'This is ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) and this one isn't". They are all the same. It has so far shown they are all the same. They may differ in name but their mentality, essence and thought present on the ground, are almost all the same."
Source: Hezbollah's Leader to Christians: 'Where are your Churches, Cross...  Feb 25, 2014

"He has carved a successful career of ignoring and flouting laws and silencing critics with claims of Islamophobia.”


Hard Power consistency with Islam/Muslim model:

Sydney terror attack ‘inevitable’ says assistant commissioner Mark Murdoch, JANET FIFE-YEOMANS, The Daily Telegraph, September 20, 2017

Eight dead, 11 injured in New York after truck driver ploughs into crowd, news.com.au, Andrew Koubaridis, James Law, NOVEMBER 1, 2017

Hezbollah Terror Cell Exposed in Thailand, ARUTZ SHEVA, Ari Yashar, 15/04/14

“THE TERROR GROUPS: Middle East expert Dr Ben Rich said the Saudi terrorism excuse was wearing thin. He also said there is fairly strong evidence that both Qatar and Saudi Arabia have backed jabhat al-Nusra/Sham as well as other Islamist opposition actors in the Syrian conflict, many of whom are consolidated under the wider Ahrar al-Sham coalition. The Nusra Front is the second-strongest insurgent group in Syria after Islamic State, according to the CEP.”
Qatar crisis: Is Saudi Arabia supporting terror also?, news.com.au, Debra Killalea, JUNE 11, 2017


“Adel al-Jubeir said the Yemeni "militias would not have continued operations without the support of the greatest sponsor of terrorism in the world -- the Iranian regime".”

“Control of Fallujah was eventually turned over to a local Iraqi militia known as the "Fallujah Brigade." This move seemed to fit hand-in-glove with the more nuanced Marine approach, the idea being to let the locals do their own policing. However, almost immediately after the Fallujah Brigade stood up, reports began to emerge that the force was little more than a conglomeration of the very gunmen and criminals that the Marines had been trying to kill in the first place.”(Morris 2007, p. 148)

"..Killing them all is a holy act."

"Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono had backed plans for the protest, drew tens of thousands of people. The accusation of blasphemy against Jakarta Gov. Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama, an ethnic Chinese and minority Christian who is an ally of Jokowi"
"She can be seen holding her handbag and what appears to be a trigger in one hand, while cradling the tot in the other."

“The cleansing is continuing, and we remain very determined,” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a speech late Wednesday. He described a “virus” within the Turkish military and state institutions that had spread like “cancer.”

In the midst of the factional fights, Mao started the “Cleansing the Class Ranks Campaign ( 阶级队伍运动)” in May 1968 and made new revolutionary committees carry it out. The campaign was “a purge designed to eliminate any and all real and imagined enemies” and “provided whoever happened to be in power with an opportunity to get rid of opponents” (MacFarquhar and Schoenhals 2006, 253). Although it originally had a well-defined target, that target became blurred and the process became uncertain. As MacFarquhar and Schoenhals (2006, 256) observe, “Local officials invariably broadened its scope and used it has an excuse to intensify the level of organized violence in general.” (Wang 2017)


'The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the believers our soldiers.” Erdogan, December 1997

"For days now, dozens of Egyptian artists and intellectuals have been occupying the headquarters of the Ministry of Culture in Cairo to demand the resignation of the new culture minister, whom the protesters accuse of “Islamising” the sector. Alaa Abdel Aziz taught film editing at the Cairo Higher Institute of Cinema. President Morsi nominated him to become the culture minister in early May in order to “fight against corruption.”

Shortly after consolidating power, however, Khomeini and his disciples swiftly moved to crush opposing views and curtail female social and sartorial freedoms. “Islam doesn’t allow for people to [wear swimsuits] in the sea,” he proclaimed shortly after becoming supreme leader. We “will skin their hide!”

Women who resisted the mandatory veil were met with violence and intimidation, including lyrical taunts of “Ya roosari, ya toosari!” (“Cover your head or be smacked in the head!”). .The drafters of [the Islamic Penal Code] had effectively taken us back 1,400 years.”

“More than 30,000 political prisoners were executed in the 1988 massacre - a far larger number than previously suspected. Secret documents smuggled out of Iran reveal that, because of the large numbers of necks to be broken, prisoners were loaded onto forklift trucks in groups of six and hanged from cranes in half-hourly intervals.”
Khomeini fatwa 'led to killing of 30,000 in Iran', The Telegraph, Christina Lamb, 04 Feb 2001

"The Islamic extremists who slaughtered 147 people at a college in Kenya as they shouted "God is great" appeared to have planned extensively, even targeting a site where Christians had gone to pray, survivors said Friday."
THE WORLD POST AP Posted: 04/03/2015

"The killings started in October 1965 in Jakarta, .. By the end of October, groups of devout Muslims joined the purge of Communists claiming it was their duty to cleanse Indonesia of atheism." Indonesian mass killings of 1965–1966 Wikipedia,

The Armenian Genocide, Deaths: ~ 1.5 million Period: 24 April 1915 – 1917

Worldview cause:
“The insurgent must, of course, be able to identify themselves totally with the cause or, more precisely, with the entire majority of the population theoretically attached by it.”
Counterinsurgency warfare, theory and practice, David Gulula, 1964

Muslim Cause-Goal-Objective-Aim: Ethics-Morals-Values-Beliefs-motivation social/political method as per the social-political precepts contained in Muhammad's Quran and Muhammad's life exemplar template. Requires as fundamental, No separation between religion and politics ''Democracy is like a streetcar. When you come to your stop, you get off.'' Erdogan, December 2003; Hegemony of Islamic/Muslim Culture; Legitimate Religious control of violence "The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the believers our soldiers." Erdogan, December 1997; Exclusion of Other "We have to reject them all except Allah." Sheikh Zainadine Johnson, Australia 2017; justified and authorised by clearly identifiable discourse-text within Muhammad's Quran and Muhammad's life exemplar template, therefore reflected in Muslim cleansing exclusionary behavior, therefore not extreme from a Muslim rationale model perspective but normative.

“The cleansing is continuing, and we remain very determined,” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a speech late Wednesday. He described a “virus” within the Turkish military and state institutions that had spread like “cancer.”
Turkish authorities granted emergency powers amid ‘cleansing’ after failed coup, wp, By Erin Cunningham and Hugh Naylor, July 21, 2016

''My sacred brothers whose hearts beat with the excitement of a big future Islamic conquest''
....
In a news conference, he said that his government would not interfere with anyone's way of life.
....
''Democracy is like a streetcar. When you come to your stop, you get off.'' 
Erdogan The Erdogan Experiment, NYT, By DEBORAH SONTAG, MAY 11, 2003

"The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the believers our soldiers." Erdogan, December 1997
  
“More than 30,000 political prisoners were executed in the 1988 massacre - a far larger number than previously suspected. Secret documents smuggled out of Iran reveal that, because of the large numbers of necks to be broken, prisoners were loaded onto forklift trucks in groups of six and hanged from cranes in half-hourly intervals.”
Khomeini fatwa 'led to killing of 30,000 in Iran', The Telegraph, Christina Lamb, 04 Feb 2001

"THE Lakemba Mosque has issued a fatwa against Christmas, warning followers it is a ''sin'' to even wish people a Merry Christmas.
....
The fatwa, which has sparked widespread community debate and condemnation, warns that the "disbelievers are trying to draw Muslims away from the straight path".
No merriness here: mosque puts fatwa on Christmas, smh, Natalie O'Brien, DECEMBER 23 2012

“'You have to reject them and not only do you have to reject it but you have to disassociate yourself from it,' he said.”

"Words are dangerous weapons." New South Wales Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton, 2015.

"words matter" Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin 2015

Strategies founded upon Patience and Pathological Altruism enables enemy cultures to Dissimulate, Adapt, Discover, Improvise to Overcome. 

New South Wales Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton and Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin determining discourse-words "matter" and are therefore "dangerous weapons" when utilised to detail the actual threat of a proven terror-genocide culture that is the Muslim culture and not the Muslim discourse-words which have, are and will if given time and the social/political space inform terror-genocide and social/political exclusion subjugation of Other cultures is simply insane behavior, pathological altruism. 

Culture’s worldview matters, cultures will tell you what you want to hear, it is what cultures have done and are doing which are the true measure of a culture's word, and threat, not your hope the future will be different, it will not.

=Compromise with evil first preference:

“… terrorism has big limits as a strategic threat.
… it has no scope to endanger the existence of Australia, or to take territory from us, or to coerce us in ways that strong states can.”
  
"It is important to put terrorism in context with other forms of violence. At least 437,000 people are murdered each year. This is over 13 times more than the number of victims of terrorism."

 "Dr Clarke Jones, who worked as a national security official for 17 years, said the minister's remarks risk "creating the terrorists of the future, if I want to be blunt".
...
Professor Clive Williams, a former senior defence official now at the Centre for Military and Security Law at the ANU, slammed the minister's comments as " counterproductive""

“We do not understand the movement, and until we do, we are not going to defeat it,” he said, according to the confidential minutes of a conference call he held with the experts. “We have not defeated the idea. We do not even understand the idea.”
In Battle to Defang ISIS, U.S. Targets Its PsychologyNYT, ERIC SCHMITT, DEC. 28, 2014

John Kelly: US Civil War caused by 'lack of compromise', Chris Bell, BBC UGC and Social News“

As expected it was only a matter of time before John Kelly or anyone in the elite determined ending the violence of slavery was simply a 'lack of compromise', slavery needed simply to be adapted to in 'a confident manner' and of course blasphemous to the extent that I can comment on someone else’s religion (belief-behavioral system).’’, "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."

Rejected view 'Slavery is in some way fostered or sponsored or supported by the Southern States' Accepted compromise with evil first preference.

"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

“blasphemous to the extent that I can comment on someone else’s religion.’’. Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) director-general Duncan Lewis 2015

Rejected view "Islamic extremism is in some way fostered or sponsored or supported by the Muslim religion” Accepted compromise with evil first preference.

"Haroun, 63, is the youngest of the six women remaining in a community that once numbered 75,000 when the first Arab-Israeli war broke out in 1948."
In a bid to promote diversity, Egypt plans to restore Alexandria synagogue, Religion News Service, By Jacob Wirtschafter, July 27, 2017

Argument:

"..the sphere of things incorporeal and intelligible, just as men define the ideas, whether envisaging them truly or falsely imagining them."

I will initially detail claims made by Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) director-general Duncan Lewis regards to Muslim terror, detail why I believe the Muslim culture as a whole is culpable for the terrorists walking from their floors, explain why it is not “blasphemous” sacrilegious, disrespectful to determine a religious ideology informs terror-genocide, detail why Muslims utilisation of terror as a conflict resolution method exists and necessitated the creation of a terror-genocide sub-schema and development processes to enable the method to be utilised, explain why Duncan Lewis’ observation it is only the ‘very few’ which are of concern may not be correct, and finally I will argue determining the Muslim method of conflict resolution terror as an accepted norm within our Western political-social space means in my opinion terror will become an increasingly accepted form of resolving-settling social or political conflicts, grievances.

In 2015 Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) director-general Duncan Lewis empathically rejected the view “Islamic extremism is in some way fostered or sponsored or supported by the Muslim religion”. He went further to claim it is “blasphemous to the extent that I can comment on someone else’s religion.”. Further stating such a connection between Islamic extremism and the Muslim religion was not “smart” and “very, very dangerous”, inferring being “smart” by not making the connection and holding the Muslim religion/Muslim culture culpable means “This problem is solvable.”. (Maiden 2015) The problem being "Islamic extremism".

In 2017 ASIO director-general Duncan Lewis stated it was only a “very few” who were “subjects of interest” and further the (Muslim) refugees or children of (Muslim) refugees involved in three fatal terror attacks were terrorists not because they are (Muslim) refugees but because of the "violent extremist interpretation of Sunni Islam that they have adopted“.(Yaxley 2017)

Please consider the following:

"When we describe one of our friends as rational, we often want to imply that they are dispassionate, logical, thoughtful, and in control of their actions.
However, to a decision scientist, “rational” means “consistency with some model.” Rational decisions are not necessarily dispassionate, nor well-reasoned, nor selfish. They aren’t even necessarily good decisions, from others’ perspectives. They simply are consistent." (Huettel 2014)

Huettel (2014) raises two arguments which are pertinent to the veracity of Duncan Lewis’ statements firstly what may be determined as extreme i.e. not well-reasoned, extreme, irrational behaviour from one perspective may not be “from others’ perspectives” in fact it is irrelevant when examining a rationale system, and secondly more importantly in this case where we need to evaluate actual threat a culture represents given some religious cultures consistently inform violence(Courtois & Ford 2016) is “consistency with some model.”. It follows if it is true as we are told the ethical-belief method rationale model upon which all Muslim doctrine informing Muslim behaviour beliefs method are to be justified and authorised by ethical-beliefs social/political method categorisation-schemas-constructs within Mohammad’s Quran and behaviour; the Quran itself stipulates all which is contained within, even that which may be perceived as contradictory, irrational, extreme from one perspective, are to be, not may be, the foundation of Muslim behaviour; the Quran is the Muslim sacred worldview source of religious moral instruction; it is claimed(Nabulsi 2015) and can be verified the so called “violent extremist interpretation of Sunni Islam”, one presumes Wahhabism(Blanchard 2007), is consistent with the Quran ethical-belief social/political method rationale model; if the Muslim cultural behaviour i.e. evidence of terror-genocide, social/political subjugation of Other, murdering of those ridiculing Mohammad or the Muslim religion as occurred when Mohammad existed, particularly where and when the culture has become dominant(Guiso, Sapienza & Zingales 2003) continues consistent with the Quran ethical-belief social/political method rationale model then the claim ‘terrorists’ are not Muslim religious derived terrorists is false, the phrase “violent extremist interpretation” is false.

In my opinion it is the same logic as determining only the good behaviour, from a particular subjective perspective, of an individual’s behavioural variance is the true representation of the is-individual the negative outcomes are not-individual, and therefore the individual cannot be held culpable for the harm they cause, and worse to point out to the individual they are causing harm and should stop is not ‘smart’ in fact ’very, very dangerous’, and therefore you, not they are responsible for the resulting “backlash”, moreover you are diagnosed as suffering from a mental illness individualophobia, stigmatized, and branded deviant. Franz Kafka has been relegated to the ordinary.

To determine a cluster (Conway III & Schaller 2007) of interlinked non-contradictory ethics-values-beliefs social/poltical method consistently found in time and space within a cultural behavoral variance determines a dichotomy exists, is the same rationale as determining the trunk of a body is necessarily unconnected to the head and limbs, exists as an independent living entity.  Lucian Conway and Mark Schallers 2007 reflection on how communication shapes culture gives an insight as to why you cannot claim an Islam Islamist Dichotomy exists given the terrorist 'Islamists' continually walk from the Islam-Muslim cultural floors, Islam Islamists have to be one and the same - for there has to be within the Islam-Muslim culture existent communication strength, immediacy, numbers imbuing those walking from the Islam-Muslim floors with the ethics-beliefs-cause and therefore motivation to carry out what is termed 'Islamist' terror - the logic is Islamists appear from no cultural rationale-communication system simply a culture without culture-it is true madness, pathological altruism, yet to disagree particularly with our security elite determines you as what and subject to what reaction?

The integrated theoretical framework for the cross-cultural study of human development(Kar 2013, p. 232) shown in the image above appears to determine it is impossible for any Muslim to walk from a Muslim family(Boehm 2012, p. 98; Healy et al. 2015; Labella & Masten 2016, p. 74; Narvaez 2014; Sigel, McGillicuddy-DeLisi & Goodnow 2014) or institutional(Allport 1966; GiMC 2017; Hawley 2017; Jensen 2010; O'Brien 2012) cultural transmission(Conway III & Schaller 2007; Rupesinghe & Correa 1994), genetic transmission(Henry et al. 2016), social and physical settings floor, anywhere the Muslim culture exists, and commit terror-genocide without the Muslim family, communities and institutions, framed by Muslim religious values(Bar 2004) and sociopolitical context((Bar-Tal, Diamond & Nasie 2017; Latzman et al. 2016), being complicit in the "socio-psychological infrastructure: the ethos of conflict, a collective memory of conflict, and collective emotional orientations" (Bar-Tal 2013). and the cultural emotive-value moral judgments(Blair 2017; McGregor, Hayes & Prentice 2015; Victoroff et al. 2011) imbued within the individual which enable the Muslim ‘very few’ to commit a political act, terrorism-genocide, a potentially costly(Schroeder & Graziano 2015, p. 191) altruistic third-party punishment of adherents or Other deemed as not showing sufficient deference of even unqualified acceptance of the Muslim rationale system.

Counterinsurgency research determines Muslim terror is necessarily driven by what must be an existent Muslim ideological(Galula 2006) aspirational worldview-cause (Pangallo 2017; Thomas 2013b), of which the Muslim cultural whole must be at least be mutually aware of, and also understand the Muslim cultural justification and authorisation for, which potentially holds enough cultural power to culturally promote individuals and organisations advocating and working towards the worldview-cause to ‘True-Believer’(Acevedo, Ellison & Yilmaz 2013; Thomas 2013a, 2013b), 'good Muslim' (Wilkinson 2011) ‘true Muslim’ (McKay 2016) status, negating Muslim cultural arguments for an alternative (Bar 2004; Nabulsi 2015; UCANEWS 2015), ‘radical Islamists’ ‘extremist views’ and therefore Muslim “extremist actions” are normative within a Muslim rationale system, otherwise there would be no basis upon which the insurgent-terrorist could hope to obtain sufficient support and submissiveness(Galula 2006; Van Cappellen et al. 2011; Wintour 2014) from the Muslim culture to justify an altruist terrorists existence as there would be no intrinsic psychological reward for being an altruistic enforcer/punisher.

Cultures develop methods of resolving significant value belief differences, for instance in Western Nation States including Australia Democratic institutions in conjunction with interest groups and judicial systems are utilised to resolve differences non-violently. Certain religious cultures can be shown to inform aggression as a political method to resolve differences (Blogowska, Lambert & Saroglou 2013; Courtois & Ford 2016) even terror( Colquhoun 1898, pp. 33, 288-91; Rogers et al. 2007; Wolff 2007) or the threat of it (Belfast Telegraph 2017; Toksabay 2017), and the Muslim religion continues to do so (Beller & Kröger 2017; Wright 2016). Some cultures, not all, utilise violence to align adherents to the sacred values (Atran 2016), injure or kill those who refuse to accept those sacred values (Srubar 2016) even though it can be at great cost to those carrying out the violence (Atran 2016; Maarouf 2013), this clearly can and does apply to certain secular ideologies such as the Nazi and Marxist cultures which inherently contain an ideological driven Us Them dichotomy which can as we have seen inform terror-genocide purging of their own and Other cultures who refuse to convert (Maclean 1957, pp. 74-8).

The Muslim justification, authority and motivation for moral equilibration, ‘morality shifting’ often an unconscious culturally derived moral continuum, which enables such manifest movement of Muslim cultures altruists from the ‘friendly’ law abiding citizen to carry out killing for the ‘social good’(SCHICK 2017; Schroeder & Graziano 2015, pp. 701-2) I believe requires the existence of an identifiable severely circumscribed Muslim categorisation of innocent combined with a development process providing the necessary levels of aggression to enable such action to occur.

“We are language-using and culture-incorporating entities whose forms of experience, conduct, and interaction take shape in linguistically structured environments and are conditioned by the meanings they bear.” (Christians 2007)

Muslim violence as a method came into being in my view due to significant ethic-belief social/political methods difference with Other informing a Muslim cultural necessity of developing an Us Them Dichotomy language-categories(Hofstadter & Sander 2013) creating cultural sub-schema (Hertlein & Weeks 2017) which provides religious motivating Muslim rhetoric which should be consistent across time and space (START research on consistency of Muslim terror motivating rhetoric), to explicitly justify Muslim terror-genocide as a method identifiable within and able to be analogised from the Muslim religious sacred ethical-behavioural source, the Quran and the Prophets behaviour, to be inevitably reflected in humanities streets(Duncan 2017; GARISSA 2015).

“..findings suggest that violent actors adopt religious rhetoric to solve the logistical challenges associated with violence, including access to mobilizing resources and recruitment and retention of members.” (Isaacs 2016)


How is the Muslim cultural sub-schema constructed regards Other, I have examined the Quran content and I suggest it contains what all effective methods for enabling a culture be it secular or religious to silence subjugate Other contain.

Muslim cultural imbued moral equilibration, ‘morality shifting’: From Truck Driver to Uber Driver to Terror Attack Suspect, NYT,  COREY KILGANNON and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN, OCT. 31, 2017

Terror-Genocide construct of Other
1. Other unable to be convinced of the error and evil of their ways.
2. Cultural Authorisation for exclusion and murder of Other.
3. Justification for subjugation and murder of Other: Categorisation of the nature of Other.
4. Authorization to lie (dissimulate) as to the true intent of the final political construct for Other
5. Cultural Denial of Culpability for the individual adherent and culture as a whole.


"Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reportedly urged a ramp up in efforts to cut off terrorist finance supply lines and stamp out their murderous propaganda."
PM to be frank with Chinese security concerns, Sky.news.com.au,15 November 2017

"their (Muslims) murderous propaganda." is contained in the Quran so to "stamp out their (Muslim) murderous propaganda.", as we are told rightly "words are dangerous weapons" requires the Quran to be determined as what it is "murderous propaganda." and removed from societal space so as to stop Muslim terror-genocide and the "terrorist finance supply lines." Which originate as they must within the Muslim population.

The like minded: How Nazis courted the Islamic world during WWII, DW, Nastassja Shtrauchler, 13.11.2017. The important point is the Nazi succeeded. The cultural ethics, method regards Other cultures drive both behaviors-actions, still do and will.

It is my view cultures which utilise violence as an intrinsic discourse-conflict resolution tool need to develop not only the terror-genocide justification and authorisation but also learning frameworks and cultural rituals, practices which heighten aggression. In the case of the Muslim culture this may entail the repeated requirement to attend prayer in an exclusively male environment. Studies have shown Mosque attendance is a predictor of passive support for terrorism (Cherney & Murphy 2017) this may be linked to communication reinforcement of the Islam-Muslim (Conway III & Schaller 2007) justification for terror-genocide and suicide attacks(Ginges, Hansen & Norenzayan 2009), other studies show exclusion of women from cultural institutional activities may be linked to raised aggression in males(Faris & Felmlee 2011). Another study found Muslim children determined significantly harsher penalties for personal transgressions than other children from religious and non-religious backgrounds(AP 2017; Decety et al. 2015; Kilcullen 2010, p. 40; Mehra 2016) this aggression may be linked to the resource protection-scarcity, status, enforcement psychological effects of polygamy not only on men but women as well(Barber 2008; Buss & Shackelford 1997; Kruger 2010) leading to heightened hostility which harnesses a key human drive sex - the ability to pass on your genes to a next generation, cultural manipulation of an innate drive provides the justification-emotional motivation for terror and cultural expansionist (Barber 2008) imperative.  

Given psychological problems, and fraught home environments are determined by research as being linked to raised levels of aggression (Faris & Felmlee 2011) the Muslim practice of polygamy I feel may be contributing to a potential heightened level of aggression, importantly research into polygamous marriage have found wives suffer significantly higher levels of physiological stress and psychological problems than do women in monogamous marriages(Al-Krenawi & Kanat-Maymon 2017) this I believe may have a flow on effect, meta research on children and adolescents has found increased mental health and social problems, lower education achievements(Al-Sharfi, Pfeffer & Miller 2015). Learning by imitation making violence easier and more likely(Schroeder & Graziano 2015, p. 700) may being informed by the patriarch nature of polygamy with reported women’s subservience, emotional, physical and sexual abuse. My view is polygamy and the evolutionary advantage it gives to those able to have access to more than one sexual partner, with the justification and authorisation of the Muhammad's own behavior as the Islamic-Muslim exemplar is, if not the driving force for Islam-Muslim violence a very significant contributory cause. 

Duncan Lewis’ determination at a specific point in time, the ‘very few’ of a culture perceived to be imbued with the motivation to do harm to fellow citizens because they hold a differing worldview are in no way connected to the many of the same culture as the ‘very few’ which systemically creates within the cultures behavioural variance from generation to generation the motivation to do harm which results in more of the ‘very few’ taking up culturally defined expected roles with culturally attributed expectations as to what behaviour will result denies reality.

"Many years later the two fellows were caught, … At the trial I stated that I did not want a severe sentence as the two miscreants were only victims of the Nationalist (Nazi) Press outcry against me. As a matter of fact, both of them quoted in defence of their attempt the calumnies that appeared in the papers (Nazi) of the Right. ..

I repeatedly received official warnings of attacks .. intended attempts by private individuals , as, e.g. by a philosophical writer and a Professor of Medicine. In one case a women was deputed to quench my vital spark; in all other cases it was alleged that students and broken-down officers were concerned.”
Memoirs of a Social Democrat by Philip Scheidemann 1929

“...the Germans 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

There were only two Nazi behind the tree stalking and attacking Philip Scheidemann in Germany before World War II (Scheidemann 1929), ASIO Duncan Lewis' 'very few', did it come to pass the culturally ideologically imbued 'innocent' many "only victims of the Nationalist (Nazi) Press" from which such 'very few' walked determine it was only the symptoms of  a cultural terror-genocide construct the 'very few', which is exactly the same as contained within the Quran, who must be "subjects of interest" if any culture other than the one sending its 'very few' into the streets wish to survive past the current generation?


It is my view the utilisation of the ‘very few’ firstly underplays the fact there are invariably only the ‘very few’ because of the intrinsic cost and secondly cultures make sure the social/political methods utilised have an impact which far outweighs the number of the ‘very few’ involved(Schroeder & Graziano 2015). Altruists are created by all cultures but not all cultures utilise violence as a conflict resolution tool, the fact Muslims are culturally imbued with the beliefs and aggression and culturally justified and authorised to utilise such a tragic tool against humanity and they in my view are allowed to continue to do so (WILSON 2017) because of the Islam Islamist Dichotomy paradigm I believe is enabling individuals and other cultures to utilise the same (World Health Organization 2009) as we have seen in Melbourne CBD, Australia (ABC 2017c; White 2017) as elsewhere (ABC 2017a, 2017b, Antifa Australia 2017; BBC 2017; Bickers 2017; Daily Sabah 2017; Kaste 2017; KOOB 2017; Roe 2017; SBS 2017; SHEAR 2017; Sibthorpe 2017; Singhal 2017; Van Der Hasselt 2017; WOODS 2017), and my view possibly influenced the attacks in Las Vegas (BURFORD 2017; Daily Sabah 2017),  Texas (GOLDMAN 2017), and Toronto (CBS NEWS, 2018).

 “Asked if there was any evidence of a connection to international terrorism, the chief said only, "Based on what we have there's nothing that has it to compromise the national security at this time."



"nothing that has it to compromise the national security at this time."? The reality?

How is it our National Security policy diviners have come to a conclusion an ideology informing tyranny, political and social, with the subjugation and terror-genocide of Other(Tadros 2017; Wirtschafter 2017) and even their own despite any number of a Muslim cultures ‘good’ “individuals of conscience and a sense of responsibility”(Einstein 1934), allow such a culture to utilise their time honoured method of terror-genocide as a conflict resolution tool in time destroying Other as well as causing redirection of scarce resources(Dudley 2016) to create an ever growing security complex which may in the end make Eisenhower’s fears of a military-industrial complex(Eisenhower 1961) look ridiculous in comparison, given “alert knowledgeable” citizens questioning the veracity of the very foundation of the National Security policy Islam Islamist dichotomy paradigm is regarded by the National Security complex itself as “blasphemy” (Maiden 2015)?

In conclusion I believe it is necessary we face a truth the Islam Islamist Dichotomy paradigm cannot in my view be sustained and the sooner we hold the Muslim culture culpable for their cultural conflict resolution tool they utilise consistently through time, although involving fraught times ahead will I believe determine “This problem is solvable.”. Otherwise you by being complicit in supporting the existence of the impossible, an Islam Islamist Dichotomy paradigm are responsible for the image below being repeated, repeated,....
 
“There were Tunisians, Saudis, Egyptians, Yemenis, Somalis, Moroccans, Irishwomen, Frenchwomen, Germans, Russians, Turks and women from the Caucasus and African countries she could not identify.


She was also struck by the Syrian wives. The youngest were 13 and the oldest no more than 15. Over the next three years, Nasr said, she would sadly note that the Syrian wives were never older than 18 — an illustration of how the new rulers of Raqqa, mostly foreigners, had plundered the locals.”
Regrets of an ISIS midwife, Washington Post, Tamer El-Ghobashy, 26-4-2018

I only……. You read from the same book you are culpable for the evil you and fellow readers inform, for without you and millions like you they would never exist. nor would their infamy.

It is important if the killing, tyranny social and political by Muslims in humanities streets is to stop, we admit to what is an inconvenient truth for some, Muslims are Islamists, Islamists are Muslims and without the many Muslims the few Muslim altruist terrorists they create by their very own Muslim many hands would never exist,

The many Muslims create Muslims to kill-terrorise, subjugate Other in the streets for Muslim social/political reasons. Terror is not a criminal act it is a political act which requires the complicity of the many Muslims to exist.

There is no Muslim master plan there are only significant Muslim ethical-belief social/political method differences with Other cultures which from the beginning in the 7th century could never be resolved by mere peaceful dialogue, necessitating development of categorisations-scripts-schemas to justify authorise Muslim altruists utilisation of terror-fear as a conflict resolution tool to exterminate, subjugate, exclude, convert Other cultures adherents.





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I could be mistaken but alas the killing fields that have become my very own streets will continue to fill as they have in time and space elsewhere if I am right.
"The Truth is More Important than Ever.”


Tranquillity of Silence. How a culture deals with inherent problems of contradiction is a measure of threat not only to adherents but Other.

”… In any case, enclosed as he is in the middle of this architectural mechanism, is not the directors own fate entirely bound up with it? The incompetent physician who is allowed contagion to spread, the incompetent prison governor or workshop manager will be the first victims of an epidemic or a revolt. ‘ “By every tie I could devise”, said the master of the Panopticon , “my own fate has been bound up by me with theirs’”
DISCIPLINE AND PUNISH, PANOPTICISM, Foucault, Michel. In Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison, Original Publication: Surveiller et Punir, 1975

The Islam Islamist Dichotomy Paradigm Security Complex Rising

“thanks to its (Panopticon) mechanisms of observation, it gains in efficiency and in the ability to penetrate into men’s behaviour; knowledge follows the advances of power, discovering new objects of knowledge of all the services on which power is exercised.
DISCIPLINE AND PUNISH, PANOPTICISM, Foucault, Michel. In Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison, Original Publication: Surveiller et Punir, 1975


“There are no safeguards provided by nature against employment of thoroughly inappropriate concepts by communities who are self-harming, apparently wilfully, but actually without realising it.”
The Future of Strategy, Colin S. Grey, 2015

“Convincing threatened populations that we are the winning side, developing genuine partnerships with them, demonstrating that we can protect them from the grillers and that their best interests are served by car operating with us is the critical path in counterinsurgency, because insurgents cannot operate without the support – active, passive, or enforced – of the local population(Kilcullen 2010, p. 4)

If the population rejects the partisans and lends its full support to the struggle against them, no partisan problem will exist” Colonel Reinhard Gehlen 1941 (Kilcullen 2010, p. 6)

Given the “partisans” “insurgents” are of the population, representing as altruists the cause of the population, willing in some cases to sacrifice their lives for a cause, which is of the population, what determines a population will be convinced their cause is not worth Other cultures pushback and cost of their own culturally developed altruists making sure the population keep to the ethic-moral social/political imperatives underwriting the cause for which the population is willing to sacrifice altruists lives? For as we know with more certainty than most ideas we hold, not all populations will be convinced you will win, more importantly do not want you to win and also as with Muslim “partisans” “insurgents” there is a significant element which is global not local-populations are not only subject to or assisted in their cause by just local altruists.

What single metric may inform you, you are wasting the lives and wealth of your citizens and simply feeding a culture which thrives on the resources war waged by powerful external powers intent on ‘winning’ the population, enable the population to obtain so as to be better able to continue the conflict to keep the resources flowing, and in the future end-game despite all the precious lives and wealth expended by powerful external powers intent on ‘winning’ the population are inevitably destroyed by the population as they always have in the past when powerful powers (cultures) become so conceited their worldview 'civilised' attractiveness surely will 'win' in time.

"..meta-analysis summarizes 113 research reports worldwide (121 cross-sectional and 7 longitudinal studies) on age differences in ethnic, racial, or national prejudice among children and adolescents. Overall, results indicated a peak in prejudice in middle childhood (5–7 years) followed by a slight decrease until late childhood (8–10 years)."
Development of ethnic, racial, and national prejudice in childhood and adolescence: A multinational metaanalysis of age differences, T Raabe, A Beelmann - Child development, 2011

“. children are sharp eyed, lacking in empathy, and willing to commit atrocities their elders would shrink from.”

Kilcullen, D 2010, Counterinsurgency, Oxford University Press. 

"Proteins only work because their highly specific shapes allow them to carry out their tasks. If a cell starts putting out misshapen proteins, the unfolded protein response kicks in to stem the chaos by slowing production of new proteins and destroying the sloppy ones.


If errant proteins keep appearing, the cell commits suicide. “If the cell cannot fix the problem, the cell is killed,” Walter said. “It’s a life and death decision.”"
Peter Walter discovered a molecule that makes mice smarter. Can it heal a human brain?, STAT, By USHA LEE MCFARLING, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

Cultures as systems of life develop their own method of dealing with 'misshapen adherents' or Other, not all cultures develop the same method, yet in the end it becomes a struggle of life and death. There is no conflict between each level of life, one will reflect the other to believe humanity is excluded from this truth is a dangerous place to reside. Though it is understandable cognitive devices-reasoning seeks to separate us from the truth of what we as individuals and cultures actually inform.



"Children’s voices are heard “Defend Islam don’t be an infidel”"

" Hundreds of other men watched, holding their phones aloft to try to get a glimpse of the violence, but never making a move to intervene. Those standing by included several police officers.

..then the enraged men below her picked up poles and planks of wood, and hit at her until she lost her grip and tumbled down.

Her face bloodied, she struggled to stand. Holding her hands to her hair, she looked horrified to find that her attackers had yanked off her black hijab as she fell. The mob closed in, kicking and jumping on her slight frame….
….
Children’s voices are heard “Defend Islam don’t be an infidel”
….
Men deliberate “What to do with the body.
….
Overturned Verdict
…..
“If it’s violence, who is responsible for this violence? The guy who started the episode and encouraged the people to hit her? The guy chanting slogans who encouraged the people? Was it a blow from a stick that killed her? A stone? Was it that she was burned, or was it the car running over her?””
Flawed Justice After a Mob Killed an Afghan Woman, New York Times, by Pulitzer Prize winner ALISSA J. RUBIN, DEC. 26, 2015

"My faith is a completely a nonviolent faith." Muslim woman in her 40s
5. Terrorism and concerns about extremism, PEW Research, JULY 26, 2017

"Our religion teaches us never to kill or to hurt others. Islam teaches us peace, not violence. ... Real Muslims are not violent or bad.” – Muslim woman over 60" Muslim woman over 60
5. Terrorism and concerns about extremism, PEW Research, JULY 26, 2017

Quran: Surah 8 Al-Anfal - The Spoils of War
12 "Remember thy Lord inspired the angels (with the message): 'I am with you: give firmness to the believers: I will instil terror into the hearts of the unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their fingertips off them. '

14 "Thus (will it be said): 'Taste ye then of the (punishment) for those who resist Allah, is the penalty of the fire. '

15 "O ye who believe! When ye meet the Unbelievers n hostile array, never turn your backs on them."

17 "It is not ye who slew them; it was Allah: when thou threwest (a handful of dust) it was not thy act, but Allah's: in order that He might test the Believers by a gracious trial from Himself: for Allah is He who heareth and knoweth (all things)."

22 "For the worst of beasts in the sight of Allah are the deaf and the dumb – those who understand not."

23 "If Allah had found in them any good, He would indeed have made them listen: (as it is), if He had made them listen, they would but have turned back and declined (faith)."

29 "O ye who believe! If ye  fear Allah, he will grant you a criterion (to judge between right and wrong), remove from you (all) evil (that may afflict) you, and forgive you: for Allah is the Lord of grace unbounded."

37 "In order that Allah may separate the impure from the pure, with the impure, one on another, heap them together, and cast them into Hell. They will be the ones to have lost."

38 "Say to the unbelievers, if (now) they desist (from unbelief), there passed would be forgiven them; but if they persist, the punishment of those before him is already (a matter of warning for them)."

55 "For the worst of beasts in the sight of Allah of those who reject him: they will not believe."

56 "They are those with whom thou didst make a covenant, but they break their covenant every time, and they have not the fear (of Allah)."

59 "Let not the unbelievers think that they can get the better (of the godly): they will never frustrate (them)."

60 "Against them make ready your strength to the utmost of your power, including steeds of war, to strike terror into (the hearts of) the enemies of Allah and your enemies, and others besides, whom ye may not know, but whom Allah doth know. Whatever ye shall spend in the cause of Allah, shall be repaid unto you, and ye shall not be treated unjustly."

65 "O Prophet! Rouse the Believers to fight. If there are twenty amongst you, patient and persevering, they will vanquish two hundred: if hundred, they will vanquish a thousand of the Unbelievers: for these are people without understanding."

66 "For the present, Allah hath lightened your (task), for He knoweth that there is a weak spot in you: but (even so), if there are hundred of you, patient and persevering, they will vanquish two hundred, and if a thousand, they will vanquish two thousand, with the leave of Allah: for Allah is with those who patiently persevere."

67 "It is not fitting for a Prophet that he should have prisoners of war until he had thoroughly subdued the land. Ye look for the temporal goods of this world; but Allah looketh to the Hereafter: and Allah is Exalted in might, Wise."

74 "Those who believe, and adopt exile, and fight for the Faith, in the cause of Allah as well as those who give them asylum and aid – these are (all) in very truth the Believers: for them is the forgiveness of sins and the provision most generous."

Quran: Surah 9 At-Tawbah The Repentance
1. "A (declaration) of immunity from Allah and his messenger, to those of the Pagans with whom ye have contracted mutual alliances –
2. Go ye, then, for four months, backwards and forwards, (as ye will), throughout the land, but know ye that ye cannot frustrate Allah (by your falsehood), but that Allah will cover with shame those who reject Him.
3. And an announcement from Allah and his Messenger, to the people (assembled) on the day of the Great Pilgrimage – that Allah and His Messenger dissolve (treaty) obligations with the Pagans. If then ye repent, it were best for you; but if ye turn away, know ye that ye cannot frustrate Allah. And proclaim a grievous penalty to those who reject Faith.
4. But the treaties are) not dissolved with those pagans with whom ye had entered into alliance and who have not subsequently failed you in aught, nor aided anyone against you. So fulfill your engagements with them to the end of their term: for Allah love of the righteous.
5. But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever you find them, and seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war). But if they repent, and establish regular prayers and practice regular charity, then open the way for them: for Allah is oft Forgiving, Most Merciful."

The reality of such Muslim dissimulations and explicit denunciation of non-Believers after each statement to honor treaties and alliances with completely standalone justification and authorisation of grievous harm drives a Muslim terror truck through any claims of  Muslim claims of "peace, not violence". For the proof lies explicitly in the absence of, and subjugation-terror of Other in any Muslim dominated space, as well as terror visited upon any space Muslims have access to.

“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, ...”
Pew Research 2012


"Words are dangerous weapons." New South Wales Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton, 2015.

True "Words are dangerous weapons."

"words matter" Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin 2015

True "words matter"

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