jacob mugambi muriithi, a kenyan by birth and in this country by circumstances yet unexplained, threatened to cut off the head of a co-worker at a nursing home.
this person had the presence of mind to inquire, discretely, very discretely of mr. muriithi, just why he would want to do such a thing? she asked, apparently, just why he would target a christian person for such an act, ... , as i sit here, far removed from oklahoma and those events, that took some courage.
"this is just what we do," mr. muriithi explained. well, there you have it in a nutshell.
some people in oklahoma root for the sooners, and others in oklahoma (via kenya) chop off heads.
in mr. muriithi's mind, it is as simple and straight forward as that. he was, of course, brought up muslim, and perhaps educated in the madrasa, and he has proved attentive at his studies. no doubt an adept.
for it is, exactly & precisely, just what muslims do. everywhere. always. "strike at the neck." as it has been, as it is, and as it every shall be in islam.
john jay @ 09.30.2014
p.s. i suppose it is perfectly obvious to ask, just who in the fuck is responsible for bringing muslims into the united states, where it isn't just perfectly natural to cut off the heads of christians, or, even atheists, for that matter.
p.s.s. and, speaking of atheists.-- has any one of you listened to the exchange between bill maher and charlie rose, in which mr. maher explained very patiently to the incredulous rose, that, yes, there is a difference between religions, and muslims kill people to advance their religion, which most other religions do not do so much anymore. and, maher went on to explain to rose, that this instruction in the koran is not subject to change or interpretation to fit a more modern age, because the koran and the haddiths are fixed.
i do not often sing the praise of mr. maher, but, on this matter, he hits the nail squarely on the head, leaving rose just a bit incredulous. it was a truth he was not prepared to blunt, because it came from a source he did not anticipate, and maher, you will excuse the observation, handed mr. rose his head on a platter.
i heard this discussed on a very good radio program put out by the catholics. i was quite amazed at the good sense on this subject displayed by the moderator, which shows genuine progress on how american intellectuals (well, at least some of them) are beginning to recognize certain truths relating to islam.
not soon enough, in my estimation, but, better late than never.