Pure evil

Whether you follow a religion or not, the news that Islamist terrorists have blown up two Churches in Nigeria is sickening.

The Christian worshippers were targeted for no reason other than they were not Muslim. These bombings of Churches on Christmas Day are acts of unmitigated evil, perpetrated by the most cowardly, hate filled and vile creatures on the face of this earth.

Christianity teaches adherents to turn the other cheek. But there comes a time when it becomes necessary to preserve precious life –  by ending the lives of those who, because of their warped ideology,  are bent on visiting death and destruction on others.

The world should not be tolerant of such vicious intolerance. Rabid dogs cannot be cured, they must be put down.

13 Responses to “Pure evil”


  1. 1 derfe 25/12/2011 at 3:52 pm

    AM : you are so very correct , it is a great evil that islamic terrorism has done by killing those it did by bombing as it did on christmas day . The ability to fight this evil is ,as with many evils , the problem that while it may register with people now , by next christmas , the deaths caused by this evil will not be remembered by U.k citizens and the registering with people of the evil and the reason to remove it will be chucked into the long grass.
    And the co-ordinated action to remove these vile beasts , will unfortunately never materialise.

  2. 2 permanentexpat 25/12/2011 at 5:19 pm

    As long as we continue to ‘turn the other cheek’ it will continue to get slapped. Islam is a friend to no-one bur itself and, like all deadly enemies it must eventually be confronted.

  3. 3 Brian H 25/12/2011 at 5:32 pm

    It is instructive, and disgusting, that the tolerant coexistence verses of the Koran are considered to be “The Satanic Verses”, deceptions of Mohammed by Satan pretending to be Allah’s messenger angel. In reality, they were composed when M. was weak and in need of alliances. When his forces became strong enough to smash the other local religions, it was “revealed” that his previous tolerance was a dire insult to Allah’s supremacy and must never be repeated.

  4. 4 Rereke Whakaaro 25/12/2011 at 7:07 pm

    You can view this event, as heinous as it is, as being just another incident in an string of similar “insults” stretching back for a millennium.

    In terms of “shock and awe”, there is little difference between the detonation of a bomb, in a Christian Church, and a charge by mounted and armoured knights, through an Arab village.

    Only two things have changed. The killing power of the attack; and our ability to know about it almost as soon as (and in some cases while) it happens.

  5. 5 Trooper Thompson 25/12/2011 at 11:50 pm

    This is sadly nothing new. People should remember Biafra, and how the British government backed the muslims against the christians in that war, and helped kill a million people.

  6. 6 permanentexpat 26/12/2011 at 8:43 am

    @Rereke Whakaaro

    I think you have to go a little further back than crusading knights (LOL)
    Prior to militant Islam emerging from the desert, the Mediterranean basin was, for better or worse, Christian & Animist. Jerusalem was certainly a Christian holy city long before Mohammed.

  7. 7 John Coles 26/12/2011 at 9:49 am

    Fellow AM Bloggers: please step back, desist from commenting and make room for the flood of British muslim bloggers queuing to condemn this vile act of intolerance.

  8. 8 permanentexpat 26/12/2011 at 11:48 am

    “…..this vile act of intolerance”
    You jest of course. The main pillar of their belief is intolerance. If they didn’t have that they wouldn’t have anything.

  9. 9 Tel 27/12/2011 at 3:51 am

    Islam should be treated with tolerance in exact proportion to their demonstrated ability to treat other religions with tolerance. Mind you, exactly the same applies to the Christians and the Jews, etc.

    I’m an Atheist if you haven’t figured out already :-)

  10. 10 Tel 27/12/2011 at 4:00 am

    I probably should add that each individual should be judged on his/her individual behaviour. Judging people as a collective is just as bad as governing people as a collective. Some Muslims are much more radical and intolerant than others.

  11. 11 jameshigham 27/12/2011 at 10:43 am

    Yes, true but no one’s interested in our point of view. We’re not part of the protected.

  12. 12 john in cheshire 27/12/2011 at 5:18 pm

    I suspect that what is happening to Christians and Jews, was happening prior to the Crusades, that the muslims use to depict their victimhood. I suspect that it took many thousands, if not millions, of Christians to be exterminated before Europe’s leaders of the time; particularly the Pope; collectively grew a pair and embarked for the Holy Land to resist this satanic cult. Unfortunately, satan always seems to be better organised than normal, people; hence islam wasn’t sufficiently extinguished, so, 1000 years later it looks as if we are going to have to go through the unpleasantness all over again. That is, if we think our civilisation is worth defending from the muslim onslaught. The question is, what will be the tipping point that gets us rallying to Christ’s flag? The CofE is devoid of a Christian heart these days. And, even the Roman Catholic Church seems to be keener on defending islam than protecting Christians, who are being obliterated in muslim countries.

  13. 13 manicbeancounter 29/12/2011 at 2:03 am

    “Christianity teaches adherents to turn the other cheek.” This applies to individuals. It does not mean that you stand aside and let anyone be butchered for their beliefs.
    The problem is that military action against the perpetrators is just what they want. What they most fear is for people to actually compare their beliefs with those of others and make choices.


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