By Andrew (Shoebat Sunday Special) I don’t believe that Islam is the biggest problem in the West. Neither is it homosexuality. Or feminism. Or drug cartels. Or pornography. Or most other things. The problem with the West today is something much more serious.
The problem is that we are in love with evil and don’t care otherwise.
All nations have their problems, their good and bad times, and their weak points. This is natural and assumed simply because of the fact that we live in a post-original sin world. Problems are expected and inevitable. However, what matters always is not so much the problems, per se, but (a) how advanced the problem is, (b) how widely it is propagated among the people, and (c) how frequently it is committed. This is because as evil is a perversion of good, it has limitations on what it can do and how far it can grow. It is fair to say that as such, some nations and yes, the people which make them up can be more or less evil than others. There is a degree of distinction here which must be recognized, as men are equal in their dignity but not function or capacity.
One of the biggest problems, as I noted several days ago, is that in modern America, we are unable to define what is right and wrong. As part of that same problem, Americans today have difficultly clearly identifying the same right and wrong and when they do, they tend to over-focus on one (or two) things and ignore everything else. The result of this is an unbalanced approach, where people become completely upset to the point of hysterics about one issue while becoming indifferent and even hostile towards addressing other problems.
I mention this in regard to Islam. Today there are a lot of people talking about the evils of Islam, and that is good. However, discussion of Islam seems to come at the expense of other equally and even more important issues that are not only more pressing, but can be more easily solved at the same time.
For example, the Mexican drug cartels are something we have covered extensively here on Shoebat.com, from reporting on the latest in what is the horrible violence that happens as a daily part of life in Mexico, which all people are aware of and live their lives hoping not to be accidentally caught into in on a daily basis. These drug cartels are the revived paganism that once plagued Mexico and which the Spanish conquistadors stamped out when they destroyed the evil Aztec empire and converted the indigenous people to the Catholic Faith.
Earlier this year, Shoebat.com produced a nearly three hour long documentary entitled Hell Across the Border, which contained extensive footage, interviews, and reporting on the cartel violence in Mexico and most importantly, addressing the pagan and demonic roots of it, for this is the underlying cause of everything. Yes, the drugs play a major role in it, but they are not the central problem. The problem is the demon worship that invites all kinds of malicious evils into the society, and this came about due to the fact that Mexico has been occupied for almost 200 years by anti-clerical Freemasons and demon worshippers who have been waging an all-out war on the Mexican people and the Church in order to abort the Catholic Faith from society, and in many respects they have made a lot of damage to that country. Contrary to what one might think, the Cristero war of the 1920s was actually the last major stand of the Catholic Church in Mexico by the Faithful against the anti-clericalists, as the struggle had been going on for at least a century prior.
Cristero warriors who fought against the Anti-Catholic government of Mexico during the Cristero Wars of 1926–1929
These drug cartels, who bring their religion with them wherever they go, have penetrated into all states in the USA, with their greatest concentration on the US-Mexican border. Wherever they go their evil follows, not just in terms of the drugs, but also their religion. They present an existential threat to the stability of American society not just merely in terms of political or economic problems, but in terms of their religion, because their evil actions are the fruits of their wicked beliefs. In order to destroy the drug cartels, one cannot just cut off the drug supply, which is what we are continually told is the answer. What has to be stopped is the cartel religion, and the way to stop the cartel religion is to root out, arrest, and destroy this religion and the chief persons who are promoting it. Until this issue is addressed, expect there to be little to no progress made in terms of actually getting the cartel violence under control.
Mexican woman with a “santa muerte” tattoo. Santa muerte, or “sacred death,” is a false god worshipped by some of the cartels as part of their paganism
With the issue of the drug cartels, as we have covered here as well, is the issue of immigration. Not only is the US government doing far, far to little (an in many cases actually obstructing the job of Border Patrol) to stop Mexican illegals from coming over the borders, but there is the issue that many people do flee from Mexico and Guatemala on account of the cartel violence. The cartels know this, and as we have documented, they will capture people trying to get to the USA, especially coming from Guatemala, and will murder them in demonic neo-Aztec rituals after which they will cannibalize the corpses and harvest their organs, which they will either traffick for money or they will save for use in their evil blood sacrifice rituals.
Ancient Aztec ritual sacrifices then are being replicated now
Now the drug cartel issue is a problem that in terms of proximity, scale, and threat level is at the current time a lot larger than the threat which Islam poses. Yes- Islam is a threat and we must deal with it accordingly, but as far as America’s direct interests are right now it is simply not the same in terms of scale or ability to resolve. Let’s face it- Islam has been a problem for 14 centuries- it is not going away for a while. And while the Muslim threat must be dealt with, the cartel threat has really not been around since at the very earliest, the 1950s, and even then it was not until the 1970s that it showed up as an active threat in American society that was reported on.
Moreso, whereas Islam is a theological issue, the cartel religion is supported by funding from the Mexican and even elements of the US government. It is something with a far smaller and geographically far closer connection to the USA, yet it causes more violence in our borders each year than do crimes involving Muslims. This means that not only is the cartel issue a greater threat than Islam to the United States, but because the very nature of the cartel threat makes it far easier to control and destroy than Islam will ever be. Simple logic says that as such, while keeping an eye on Islam, we could theoretically solve the cartel problem a lot faster.
Ask an average American about the immigration and drug cartels, and you will most likely get an indifferent response. Some people will say that we need better immigration laws. Some will say we need to deport these people. Some will say that the drug cartel problem is the fault of the Mexicans and they need to keep their problems to themselves. In all cases, the fact is that people do not connect with this issue at all even though it has and is destabilizing the country as we speak.
Now ask the same person a question about what he thinks of a Muslim guy holding a sign up in country 5000 miles away saying “I hate America,” and you will have a totally different response. People will want to go to war, to go and carpet bomb the entire area where this guy is, all the while screaming (or writing on Facebook) “F*** YOU MUSLIM SCUM! F*** YEAH KILL THEM ALL! YEAH AMERICA!!!!”
Notice the difference?
Drug cartels worshipping demons and then committing heinous violence on our doorsteps? Silence. But some Muslim guy who says something far away? Calls for a veritable crusade.
Again, I am NOT saying Islam is not a threat. It clearly is. It causes problems in the USA. It needs to be watched closely. I am not saying the cartels are the only threat. It is obvious there are other threat. Nor am I saying that the cartels are the “biggest” threat. Likewise, I am not saying that other issues are more or less important. What I am saying that there are a lot of evils but a clear lack of prioritization in how we deal with them. In terms of priorities, there are other threats that are more grave at the current moment than others, and those which are more serious threats are for the most part completely ignored along with the people they affect in favor of the less serious at the given moment. In terms of the cartels and Islam, for the current moment, I am saying that, as we wrote last year, the Mexican cartels are as evil as the Muslim terrorists– but the major difference is that this evil is closer to us and we can do more to fix it but we are not.
I chose to focus on the cartel issue because of its heinous violence and visible threat to the nation. However, there are also other issues I did not discuss but are more pressing threats than Islam, among them being (in many different forms) how our government is actively collapsing in on itself and if things do not change, we could very easily become like the USSR we criticized and opposed last century. This is a major threat, especially for anybody who is aware of the tens of millions of people who died terrible, painful deaths in the nations of Eastern Europe while they were under occupation. Consider the moral threat posed to the USA by its promotion of sodomy, one of only four sins in the Bible that cries out to heaven for vengeance, and as the Bible teaches us is the sin of a people who have completely abandoned themselves to evil.
There is so much evil in America today that it is sickening. I do not know if, historically speaking, there is a nation that has possessed at the same time the potential for so much good (and done much good) while at the same time doing so much evil on such a massive scale with such methodical consistency. Sadly, it seems that America is the throes of a passionate love affair with evil, and as such we are quick to point out a form of evil that we do not like (Islam) while we refuse to address either evils that we do not care about (drug cartels, financial fraud leading to debt slavery and currency collapse) or because we are carrying on an active affair with them (sodomy, abortion, etc.).
Islam is a problem, but it is a problems that comes as a symptom of a greater problem, and that problem in America today is one of evil. We love our evil, American style, and we do not want to give it up because we like how it makes us feel, at least for now. If we want to stop the evil that we don’t like in Islam, we will also have to address more of the other evils that for the most part we simply do not address at all, and we do not want to do this, and until we do we can expect no further progress.