The infectious hypocrisy of the ultra-majority Feminist Movement

The infectious hypocrisy of the ultra-majority Feminist Movement Anyone who does not seek the causes leading people to criminal acts, while claiming to fight such acts, is complicit in it. By refusing to investigate all the causes of the crimes committed by people claiming them in the name of their "religion", by refusing to study the content of the ideology of Islam on standards of conduct, by asserting without having done this study, that there would be no link between this ideology and these standards, we are complicit in the dissemination of this ideology and therefore of the crimes likely to be committed as a result of this dissemination. The filthy hypocrisy of the ultra-majority Feminist Movement is to refuse to study the norms, legal and moral, ordering or permitting crimes against children and sexists crimes, included in Islamic law, while claiming to lament these crimes. In reality, the current majority Feminist Movement has nothing to do with the fate of the victims of these crimes, and prefers to ensure the comfort and advantages associated with the apology of Islam, word being understood in its proper sense, that of the Islamic religion and not of all of its followers or supposed followers. The leaden cover that this conduct of the Feminist Movement places on the victims, by denying one of the major causes of the violence against them, is an additional violence against them, a vile betrayal. The filthy prostitution of militant conformism, which allows all the glory and other advantages of activism to be had, at the expense of the vulnerable people who are precisely claimed to be defending. To make things clear, I will precise the following points: 1 - in no case should there be any confusion between the judgment made on a doctrine and the judgment made of people supposed to have a link with it, and who are each only responsible for their own actions 2 - it is advisable to distinguish in what is called "religion": faith / belief and norms, concerning faith, applies the (French) Declaration of 1789 "no one can be worried about his opinions", (one cannot reproach someone for believing in something, it is first absurd before being unjust) concerning norms, there is the duty of moral judgment to bear on the norms contained in all doctrines, religions included, therefore the duty to study them closely.

Anyone who does not seek the causes leading people to criminal acts, while claiming to fight such acts, is complicit in it. By refusing to investigate all the causes of the crimes committed by people claiming them in the name of their "religion", by refusing to study the content of the ideology of Islam on standards of conduct, by asserting without having done this study, that there would be no link between this ideology and these standards, we are complicit in the dissemination of this ideology and therefore of the crimes likely to be committed as a result of this dissemination. The filthy hypocrisy of the ultra-majority Feminist Movement is to refuse to study the norms, legal and moral, ordering or permitting crimes against children and sexists crimes, included in Islamic law, while claiming to lament these crimes. In reality, the current majority Feminist Movement has nothing to do with the fate of the victims of these crimes, and prefers to ensure the comfort and advantages associated with the apology of Islam, word being understood in its proper sense, that of the Islamic religion and not of all of its followers or supposed followers. The leaden cover that this conduct of the Feminist Movement places on the victims, by denying one of the major causes of the violence against them, is an additional violence against them, a vile betrayal. The filthy prostitution of militant conformism, which allows all the glory and other advantages of activism to be had, at the expense of the vulnerable people who are precisely claimed to be defending. To make things clear, I will precise the following points: 1 - in no case should there be any confusion between the judgment made on a doctrine and the judgment made of people supposed to have a link with it, and who are each only responsible for their own actions 2 - it is advisable to distinguish in what is called "religion": faith / belief and norms, concerning faith, applies the (French) Declaration of 1789 "no one can be worried about his opinions", (one cannot reproach someone for believing in something, it is first absurd before being unjust) concerning norms, there is the duty of moral judgment to bear on the norms contained in all doctrines, religions included, therefore the duty to study them closely.

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