Saturday, January 31, 2015
On Jihad Watch, yet another “Better Cop” is mentioned—a Muslim Imam from Brookly, New York, by the name of Tareq Yousef Al-Masri—who is reported to have expressed such seemingly juicy and refreshingly candid critiques as the following:
Let us admit, without lying to ourselves, that we, the Muslims, are time bombs. When I say “we, the Muslims,” I do not mean every single Muslim, but Muslims of the religious sector are time bombs. When a sinner repents, the first thing he does is make a bomb. He blows it up and kills people.
And he goes on to probe this problem of Muslims further with seemingly heartening sense:
If you have cancer, it won’t help you if I tell you that you have the flu. I must tell you that you clearly have cancer. When someone has cancer, they run a series of tests, in order to identify the cause of this cancer.
On the face of it, Imam al-Masri is, of course, entirely correct. With exquisitely searing irony, however, he is not taking his own advice—for Muhammad is the cancer; but Imam al-Masri cannot, will not admit this (unless he cuts the cord of his cultic addiction and definitively apostasizes).
And what I say above is only the most generous interpretation of an al-Masri. Again, with acute irony, precisely because of what he says, we cannot trust that he is not playing the stealth jihad role of the “Better Cop” (a rebooted updated version of the “Good Cop”—rebooted and updated precisely because it is worried that too many Kuffar are wising up to Islamic taqiyya, and so a deeper deception is required, particularly in order to infiltrate and fool the growing nucleus of a Counter-Jihad…).
That said, an al-Masri can be useful to help prod out of their dumb slumbers the pleasantly napping Useful Idiots who abound throughout the West, continuing to catch up on their Fukuyamishly bourgeois neo-Yuppie beauty sleep as they have long since settled into the comfortingly somnambulant habit of hitting the snooze button on their 90s digital alarm clock flashing, to their blissfully ignorant incomprehension, 9:11.