Hate Can Be a Virtue

Progressives talk a lot about the evil of hate. We are told that if we object to Sharia law and jihad, then we are intolerant haters. But what about hating what harms people?

I hate wife-beating, yet the Sharia, Koran and Sunna support it.

I am intolerant of child abuse, including child marriage, but the Sunna and Sharia support it.

I hate the jihadist killings of Christians, Jews, Buddhists and apostates.

I am intolerant of religious leaders, such as the Pope and Dai Lama, who will not condemn the jihadic killing of their groups.

I hate dualistic ethics, which lack integrity.

I am intolerant of face coverings, since it cuts off open communication.

As a society, we have lost the ability to become morally outraged and are incapable of anger about the Islamic harm of innocents. I hate that.
Ненависть может быть добродетелью
Прогрессивные много говорят по поводу зла ненависти. Нам говорят, что если мы возражаем против шариата и джихада, то мы проявляем нетерпимость и ненависть. Однако, что насчет ненависти, которая вредит людям?
Я ненавижу избиение женщин, а шариат, Коран и Сунна его поддерживают.
Я нетерпим к надругательству над детьми, включая детские браки, но Сунна и шариат поддерживают их.
Я ненавижу убийства джихадистами христиан, иудеев, буддистов и вероотступников.
Я нетерпим к религиозным лидерам, таким, как Папа и Далай-лама, которые не осуждают джихадистские убийства своих групп.
Я ненавижу дуалистическую этику, в которой отсутствует целостность.
Я нетерпимо отношусь к закрытию лица, поскольку это исключает открытое общение.
Как общество, мы потеряли способность морального возмущения и неспособны проявить гнев по поводу исламского вреда невинным людям. Я ненавижу это.

3 Responses

  1. anti-statist

    Very, very excellent presentation Dr. Warner! Thank you for taking the time to show that hate under the proper circumstances, reveals our deep and abiding disapproval of those things that deserve abject distain. It isn’t the Muslims that I hate; it is the Islam that they practice!

  2. dick_silk

    Regarding hatred, I may be able to help you out a bit here: Hatred is far too strong an emotion to waste on anyone you don’t care about. If you *do* care about the person, but “hate the ideology” (love the sinner, condemn the sin) then one’s hatred is caused by a frustration from being unable to understand God’s *purpose* for such an ideology. It is said that God is the only “good” because He causes the rain to fall on “both the good *and* the evil.” This helps us to realize that “good and evil” are nothing more than “opinions.” One’s opinion of Islam, for example, differs considerably depending upon whether or not one is a Muslim or a kafir. The only *true* thing one can ever describe are actions and consequences. To love one’s enemy is to embrace one’s enemy in love and drive out any darkness between one and one’s enemy. This love shines light on the actual purpose of Islam, which is simply Death. Islam is so divisive that it actually kills itself — Muslim-on-Muslim violence is just as common (if not more common) than Muslim-on-Kafir violence, as “the strong” continuously strives to overcome “the weak.” I see this process and laugh, because it utterly fails to recognize the principle that the exalted shall be humbled, and the humbled shall be exalted, which is the core principle of yin-yang. Islam, simply put, is the culling force of the Human Race. Moses (et al.) led the flock, Jesus shepherds it, and Muhammad butchers it. I fully agree that we should *expose* Islam for being the sharpened sickle-scythe of Death that it is, but to “hate” it is about as useful as hating a gun. The gun doesn’t feel you hatred. It simply fulfills a purpose whenever its trigger is pulled. As Americans, we all believe in the right to own a gun, but how one uses it is legislated along with every other thing under Heaven. Our only inoculation against Islam is to legislate the hell out of it and thereby cut its nuts off in the World Court. I suspect this will not happen, however, until the End of Days as prophesied in Revelations comes to pass, but that’s another chapter.

  3. Garry

    We appreciate your hard work Dr. Warner. Thank you and take courage in your passion for freedom.

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