I have to say that my time at the University of Ottawa was an eye opening experience. I had seen teachers in high school try to “convert” students to far-left ideologies, but not on the scale that can be found in post-secondary institutions. A wide network of student groups and a collection of liberal-minded teachers provides a far more “successful” breeding ground for far-left thought. Why am I discussing this? It seems there are new ways to indoctrinate the young and the naive, news ways we wouldn’t have thought of until now. It is pretty scary when you look around and see their forces at work, especially when certain groups are using new mediums to spread their twisted messages… Like video games…
You heard me, your and your child’s gaming consoles have been turned into tools for propaganda. Right now Sony has recalled Little Big Planet because within the music tracks there are two Qur’anic verses. For those who didn’t know, Sony outlined this incident on the Playstation Blog, explaining this as the reason why the game’s release date has been pushed back. Upon hearing this, I immediately thought indoctrination. This isn’t a new tactic for these radicals, it is just new to us since we haven’t seen these tactics used on our home soil before. I wasn’t sure at first, but the question just kept popping up, what were Qur’anic verse doing in this game and who put them there? Just as Sony recalled this product to keep from offending Muslims, a Muslim group comes out protesting “censorship” by the electronics giant. Although I couldn’t be sure of my assumptions, I really couldn’t provide a solid answer with solid evidence to the previous questions racing through my mind, this act all but confirms my belief that this was deliberate.
M. Zuhdi Jasser, the president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy gave an interview to Edge Online, a gaming news website, discussing how Sony’s actions were a violation of the First Amendment, saying how Mohammed himself “defended the rights of his enemies to critique him in any way even if it was offensive to his own Islamic sensibilities or respect for Koranic scripture”. For anyone who has taken a critical look at the Qur’an itself, you know that this statement is a BOLD FACE LIE. Mohammed had killed many for simply insulting him, for questioning his status of “prophet”, The Murder of Sarah and Ikrima Abu Jahl, two of the ten Mecans who were killed for their blasphemy for starters, and let’s not forget the blind man’s slave-mother from Book 38, Number 4348,
One night she began to slander the Prophet (peace be upon him) and abuse him. So he took a dagger, placed it on her belly, pressed it, and killed her.
If anyone spent time researching this, they would realize that most of what these spokesmen say is bullshit, complete and total bullshit. What did we see during the Dutch Mohammed Cartoon fiasco? Where was this “freedom of speech” then? The problem is that many people believe these lies. Review the comments on the 1up page about this story, look over the “understanding” respondents, some saying things like “There is an obvious stigma created by the media and ignorant people surrounding Islam” and “We as a people, all people, need to ascend past these feeling and see muslims, and other groups, as they truly are”, and try to figure out where they get these distorted views. Contrary to Redertainment and problem771, there views are the construct of a politically correct system, including the media itself.
In their cases and in the cases of so many more, we see that their indoctrination is more or less “complete”. Political correctness, ignoring past and recent events, likes to portray Muslims, as a whole, as misunderstood and victims of circumstance. Turn on a variety of television shows and movies and you will see the “Hollywood” ideal. Shows like CBS’ NCIS and Fox’s Bones have frequently had to show the contrast between “good” and “bad” Muslims and force audiences to swallow this great fiction about Islam itself to maintain “correctness” so that they can have an antagonist who worships Mohammed. The Democratic Party, as Joe Lieberman pointed out, now refuses to even call these radicals were are fighting Islamic terrorists because they worry it might offend someone. Excuse me? How do you intend to fight an enemy you can’t even name? I honestly don’t believe it can be a “religion of peace” when it preaches jihad (“struggle”, yes, but that struggle is rooted in “Holy War”) against non-Muslims the world over, no matter what “Hollywood” says. This all goes to show how indoctrinated some people are, even after the September 11th attacks, even after all the violence we have seen since.
With the President election weeks away, it is terrifying to think that so many have already forgotten the hard-learned lessons of that day. Instead of addressing one of the most important issues this election, the MSM has decided to attack a “Hockey Mom” and Joe Wurzelbacher. Why haven’t they bothered reporting on Rashid Khalidi, former member of the PLO and long time friend of Barack Obama? It is the same reason they won’t report the story on Little Big Planet, that they have started believing that these people, like Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, can be reasoned with. The same people who attack Cindy McCain through her daughter and her daughter’s friends on Facebook rather than report on Obama’s ties to Islamic radicalism within his own campaign.
When stories like this don’t get reported, it is clear that the MSM has been already been “converted” to their way of thinking. This is why Little Big Planet should be a big issue, because it has come to the point where even this blatant attempt at indoctrination is ignored. God help us all if the “Fairness Doctrine” gets revived and we see more this…
UPDATE: For those who think I am painting all Muslims as radicals, I believe you have misunderstood my post. Though I don’t think Islam is in any way a “religion of peace”, that doesn’t mean I think all Muslims are violent. I have known many Muslims, even tutored one in economics, and it would be idiotic to think I was saying all Muslims were angry fundamentalists. What I am saying is that we should understand what Islam is and what it isn’t, and we should set the record straight any time one of these radicals, passing themselves off as some kind of moderate, tries to either manipulate the facts.