Islam and democracy: two of a kind

Islam is a lot like democracy

The statement above might surprise you, but let me explain.

I don’t say that Islam and democracy are similar superficially. But they have some very concrete underlying areas of correspondence.

Firstly, they are both usurping ideologies. The United States – whence definitions and impositions of democracy hail – was not created as a democracy. It was created as a republic, with a Constitution and Bill of Rights – laws set in stone and immovable no matter how many fools could be drummed up to vote against their own interests.

Likewise, Islam is a religion which – if we hold to its narrowest definition – fundamentally usurps the foundation upon which it claims to be based (the Qur’an), since such a definition is nowhere found within its pages.

Secondly, both democracy and Islam require Doublethink on the part of the adherent.

Let’s take democracy first. We all know there is a tension or conflict between the underlying principles which the laity in the church of democracy assumes to lie at the base of this religion (and it is a religion).

On the one hand, most people feel that democracy is about reasonable people sitting around and making informed judgments on the right course of action. Nothing could be further from the truth, of course.

Democracy is a form of corporatized, Satanic hypocrisy the object of which – at least currently – is to mask a Cultural Marxist agenda designed to destroy you not only in this life, but also in the life to come.

And in order to believe in democracy, one needs to be able to disassociate himself from the reality of what it is to live in a godless, meaningless kleptocracy governed by liars and psychopaths who serve an unspoken agenda and hidden masters.

In order not to see this conflict, one needs to look only at one part of democracy at a time, and not to relate any of its features to its other parts.

Once one begins to form a coherent picture in the mind, any claim that democracy is a righteous form of government falls apart.

But because people inherently want to see themselves as righteous – and because democracy by definition feeds into that desire for self-delusion and self-aggrandisement – most people will not do due diligence on the fundamentals of that which they say they believe.

And this is precisely why democracy is the preferred smokescreen for our rulers at this time: it is based upon the correct assumption that the majority is lazy and stupid and has no intellectual or moral spine.

Islam is not identical in its mechanics on this point, but there is a lot of overlap.

The rhetoric of Islam is great. But it too can only be believed in bits. If you join those bits up, it is quite clearly nonsense – and fails to meet any of its disassociated claims when seen as a whole.

But to remain within the ranks of the believers (i.e. safe), one has to pretend to believe things which are either mutually contradictory or simply outright nonsense – and in that sense it has a great deal in common with democracy, especially as intoned by Political Correctness.

Thirdly, both democracy and Islam have enough good-sounding stuff within them at any one time for well intentioned, generally good people who are not willing to do their own due diligence to cling to them and feel snug and warm.

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions, not bad ones – a fact which Satan knows well.

Fourthly, both Islam and democracy are moving targets.

What democracy is supposed to be moves about depending on which countries the NWO currently wants to destroy militarily or culturally, or both.

Something similar is the case with Islam. What constitutes Islam can be expanded or contracted on the basis of a long beard and a smattering of charisma – and before you know it you have a nice conflict underway.

That is not to say that both Islam and democracy do not have core definitions – both do – but those definitions are subsumed by later accretions, and they both school enough of their respective laities into intellectual stupor as to render any grown-up analysis impotent. Or they simply browbeat it out of the public arena.

Clearly, Islam has been imported into the West to confuse and destroy it. But Islam is itself confused and destroyed; it has no connection with any scripture (see other posts on this site for details), no matter how it wraps itself in the banner of the Qur’an.

Once analysed systematically, it soon becomes clear that Islam has its genesis in a later, usurping literature called the hadith.

How democracy is anathema to Constitutional Republicanism is well documented and not the main focus of this site.

Other posts on this site demonstrate that Islam – as per its foundational definition – is anathema to the Qur’an.

So, in the terms of underlying psychological mechanics (the means by which each religion impacts the mind and precludes it from any genuine or sustained contemplation of its nature) Islam and democracy have much in common – you need to have cauterised your core mental processes in similar ways to believe either.

It is my opinion that the ruling elite understands well that in order to achieve the sort of meltdown they want in the formerly white, Christian countries, it needs to import an alien virus with enough in common with the host virus for cross-contagion to assure further mutual corruption and ultimate destruction.

About the Author Sam Gerrans

Sam Gerrans is an English writer and speaker with professional backgrounds in media, strategic communications, and technologies. He is driven by commitment to ultimate meaning, and focused on authentic approaches to revelation and Realpolitik. He is founder of and author of The Qur’an: A Complete Revelation where his consistent, Qur'an-centric hermeneutical methodology is applied to the text of the Qur’an in its entirety. Read more...

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