Hi my dear friends I am Rahul Balakrishnan from India. I am doing a massive campaigning against Islam in more than 500 groups in FB. I have written many articles against Islam.
Why should we criticise Islam? Because, many cruel laws practised in the world such as Death for leaving religion (apostasy), stoning married adulterers to death after burying them in a pit till neck level, giving 100 lashes in public to people having pre marital sex, forbidding the free mixing of men and women to the end that they cant even hug each other or even be alone! All these horrible commands are written clearly in the most authentic books of islam! Not to mention the inspiration to fight disbelievers till they embrace islam or pay a heavy tax, forbidding muslims from marrying non muslims... i could just go on!
We all should stand together against ISLAM (not Muslims). We should know that most practising muslims are people who were horribly brainwashed since childhood... so we should be empathetic to them, treat them with love and fearlessly and rationally criticise Islam.
We should focus on both sides of Islam 1) Scientific falsehood 2) Horrible morals
I strongly believe that we should do a massive campaigning over Facebook, that is the best way for our message to reach the maximum audience...
Please read the following and examine the starking similarity to Muhammad's conduct and Islam.
Robert Jay Lifton's eight criteria of thought reform.
1. Milieu Control Control of communication within the group environment resulting in a significant degree of isolation from the surrounding society. Includes other techniques to restrict members' contact with outside world and to be able to make critical, rational judgments about information: overwork, etc.
2. Mystical Manipulation The claim of divine authority or spiritual advancement that allows the leader to reinterpret events as he or she wishes, or make prophecies or pronouncements at will, all for the purpose of controlling group members.
3. Demand for Purity The world is viewed as black and white and group members are constantly exhorted to strive for perfection. Consequently, guilt and shame are common and powerful control devices.
4. The Cult of Confession Serious (and often not so serious) sins, as defined by the group, are to be confessed, either privately to a personal monitor or publicly to the group at large.
5. The "Sacred Science" The doctrine of the group is considered the ultimate Truth, beyond all questioning or disputing. The leader of the group is likewise above criticism as the spokesperson for God on earth.
6. Loading the Language The group develops a jargon in many ways unique to itself, often not understandable to outsiders. This jargon consists of numerous words and phases which the members understand (or think they do), but which really act to dull one's ability to engage in critical thinking. (as manfred had pointed out elsewhere)
7. Doctrine Over Person The personal experiences of the group members are subordinated to the "Truth" held by the group--apparently contrary experiences must be denied or re-interpreted to fit the doctrine of the group. The doctrine is always more important than the individual.
8. Dispensing of Existence The group arrogates to itself the prerogative to decide who has the right to exist and who does not. Usually held non-literally, this means that those outside the group are unspiritual, worldly, satanic, "unconscious," or whatever, and that they must be converted to the ideas of the group or they will be lost. If they refuse to join the group, then they must be rejected by the group members, even if they are family members. In rare cases this concept gives the group the right to terminate the outsider's life.
(youtube contain many videos from Dr. Margeret Singer, and robert Lifton on this very topic)
Robert Jay Lifton From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Jay Lifton 2000 03 17 Robert Jay Lifton.jpg Born May 16, 1926 (age 89) Brooklyn, New York Residence United States Nationality American Fields psychiatry, psychohistory, mind control, thought reform Institutions Washington School of Psychiatry Harvard University John Jay College of Criminal Justice Yale University Alma mater Cornell University New York Medical College Known for Author, Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism; Death in Life: Survivors of Hiroshima; The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide
Robert Jay Lifton (born May 16, 1926) is an American psychiatrist and author, chiefly known for his studies of the psychological causes and effects of war and political violence and for his theory of thought reform. He was an early proponent of the techniques of psychohistory.