As I’ve been reading Robert Spencer’s The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam,I’verealizedthatalthoughIdothinkIslamisanevilreligionand
Muhammed wasanevilprophet,hegotsome thingsright.AsSpencernotes,Islamdoesn’thaveamoralcode
thegrowthof Islam”. Thus it seems that Muhammed was at least more of a consequentialist than Moses and in that respectwas more like me. I do think in a complex world, things like the Ten Commandments are good only for herding fools if they are good at all. A thinking man should always consider the possibility that for example murder might be a good thing in certain cases (like the murder of Muhammedhimself might very
well have been before he unleashed Islam and brought much suffering to the world). The problem with Islam is just that I hardly think that what is good for Islam is good for
humanity or me.
Also, I might say that the more I’ve read about the history of Islam, the more I’ve been thinking about reconquering the places that Muslims have taken… such as Istanbul ( maybe then when Europeans get serious about stopping Muslims it’s time to take it back).