Paul's Passing Thoughts

Cancer, Hell, Hate, and Religions of Death and Life

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on January 10, 2020

ppt-jpeg4This article struck me, and is indicative of many other life improving and life saving technologies that come out of Israel. The world, out of pity after WWII, gave the Jews a plot of worthless desert which they turned into a paradise but now they are “occupiers.”

On the one hand, Islam wants to wipe Israel off the face of the earth, but on the other hand, few countries contribute to the world more than Israel. It begs the question: how does Islam promote quality of life? Where are the Islamic cancer research facilities? Where are the Islamic mental health research facilities?

Does Islam do anything other than invest in killing people through terror networks? Do their schools do anything to advance technologies that improve life? If they do, how does that investment compare to their investment in hate? When the Obama administration sent Billions of dollars to Iran, they had to know the bulk of the investment would be invested in terror; what else does Islam do?

And when their terror compels the world to give them things, like land, technology, or whatever, what do they make of it? Always, without exception, a bigger hot mess of poverty and death. Now, you might point to Saudi Arabia as an exception, but what life improving innovations have ever come out of them? In all cases, in regard to Islamic countries, and for that matter communist countries, improvements are imported.

And curiously, one asks why Islam is so mad at the world; what awful thing has the world done to Islam that causes them to be in full-blown revenge mode all of the time? Answer: the world refused to bow down to Mahammad. That’s it. Islam is a focus on world conquest and little else.

What has the world done to the Jews? We could understand Judaism being a revenge-driven religion in that regard, but what do we see instead? A world leader in improving life.

Hell is something I ponder a lot and struggle with. Though I love God, and totally trust Him, I wonder if hell is a little extreme. Jesus said that hating your brother can land you in eternal torment forever. Remember, historically, Islam and Judaism come from the same family. But pondering this issue seems to draw me closer to understanding; does this boil down to either loving life or hating life?

Hell is referred to as an eternal death versus eternal life. If you hate life so much, why would you have a problem with spending eternity in the belly of its enemy, that is, death? And the torment part, well, hatred for life always results in some sort of torment, no?

Maybe the most important thing to know is that there is no middle ground between heaven and hell; you are either on the side of life, or death. You must choose one side or the other.

In these musings, however, there can be no appeasement for terrorism; it has set its face against life in all quarters.


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  1. lydia00 said, on January 11, 2020 at 7:31 AM

    Excellent musings! The Western countries have cast Islam and Muslims by association as victims instead of the oppressors they are.

    Big mistake. It’s why England ended up with over 80 Sharia courts. One would think that oppression of women in a western country would not be accepted. But it is.


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