Ismail Kamdar – Liberalism & Feminism

Ismail Kamdar
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the origins of the Quran and its historical significance. It uses historical examples and examples to illustrate cultural and political significance, including the "has" concept and its relation to sexuality and desire. The "has" concept is a replacement for "has" in English, and the "has" concept is a retaliation of actions by leaders and their families. The " harm principle" is a way of behavior that is not healthy, and the "retaliation of" actions by leaders and their families lead to negative behavior. The " harm principle" is a threat to human life, and the "has" concept is a retaliation of actions by leaders and their families. The "has" concept is a way of behavior that is not healthy, and the "has" concept is a retaliation of actions by leaders and their families. The "has" concept is a way of behavior that is not healthy, and the "has" concept is a retaliation
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I think I'm gonna take this off

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah here again.

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We the Muslims believe that the Quran has all the solutions to all of our problems, and that the Quran is the best form of guidance. So when we talk about homosexuality, the practice of it or the belief of it,

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when we talk about feminism, when we talk about liberalism, in a sense, the Quran has dealt with all of those topics.

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And this actually affirms the timeless moral nature of the Quran, Kareem

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for example, I was pondering over some verses in the Quran and Sunnah to Allah.

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And it's very, very interesting because when the prophets came to the people, they all came and they said,

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they call them to Tawheed.

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Mammon Illa, and

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that there's no God except for him. I Allah subhanaw taala while we were and then, for example, while Medion is commonly called me, for example, or ThermoWood, or but then when it came to low Tallinn, Islam,

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he didn't actually tell the people to worship Allah. It's a very interesting situation. He's the only one if you this is something you can check. Go on social RF. And you'll see all of the prophets said Manila and vinyl. They said,

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only worship Allah there's no other God except for him.

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But lo Talon Salam when he came to his people, that wasn't the first thing he said to them.

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He said to them the following

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Walton is calling you call me at tunel Fahey shatta. Masa, masa computer, mean I had in mineral Alameen

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This is in chapter seven verse at Sweet Lara.

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The first thing lot said to his people, according to the Quran

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is are you approaching the people

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with something that nobody before you has done? In nichrome? Let's get to that Regina Shackleton mean Dooney Nisa, well Entomb, Pomo Mazoon. The first thing he challenged them on with this homosexual practices, says you are approaching men in a desirous way.

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In opposition to what other than women, you are a people who transgress all bounds.

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It's very interesting, the phraseology, and we'll come back to it. Well, how did they respond to him because all of this is so interesting. Allah has placed it in the Quran for a reason. So that we can read this as people of the 21st century.

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And take

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lessons from this. There's no doubt about that.

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Well, Americana joba call me call.

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It wasn't the case that his home his people responded to him except that they said

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every Jew who mill critical in

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the huddle,

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remove them from your town. There are people who seek purification. Now, let's take it one step back. Let's really analyze this word for a second. Very interesting.

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The first thing is not to challenge his people.

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He said to them, you are a people who prefer women, men over women.

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Inshallah, he made it very clear what means desire.

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And then he said the following he said, You are Columbo, mostly phone. Most of the four means you go overboard. You're going too much now. Now I was thinking about this tail end of the iron for many years actually.

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And this is not a Tafseer This is terrible. I want to just explain what I've been thinking about. You see in psychology.

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There is something called replacement theory. Some people call it Romeo and Juliet theory. Very interesting, especially when it comes to love and sexuality. If you continually tell someone not to do something, sometimes it makes it more desirable for them.

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And if you say don't do that, don't do that. Don't do that. Don't do that. And it's in a sexual context something

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times can make them want to do it more.

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This is the case, this idea is very interesting, because it's not really saying don't do that don't do that, in that manner, is saying you're going overboard now. Very interesting.

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So it doesn't activate that psychological response that someone it could be argued could get from that. And obviously in the other part of the, the other interaction with them. Lord said, hey, we'll let you burnetii these these, this is a these are my daughter's effectively that's the translation you can marry them and what I've done, but this daughters isn't the daughters of the village is the daughters that this is a discussion on discuss. The point is he gave them an alternative.

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Because sexuality requires an alternative. Sexuality is like a wave. If you stand in front of it, it can swallow you engulf your life.

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Sexuality is not something that you can try and stop like this. No matter how loudly you shout, or what you do. It's something you need to redirect. So we go back, this tail end of the idea is very interesting. But what is even for me more interesting from a sociological perspective, is the response or response of his people. Well, Americana, Java call me Illa. And Carlo, they only said one thing to him they didn't care about you don't argue with him. They don't care about pull her to Hana, come bring your evidences, and they want to argue with you and debate with you. They don't care about all of that, to be honest with you. They're not interested.

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They only said one thing. Get them out of your city. And it's so interesting, the pronouns here.

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Get them out of your town.

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But aren't they all living in the same town? If you want to put it in modern parlance, aren't they all citizens of the same country?

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Get them out of your country.

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Because these ones they want to purify themselves, which indicates they're not interested in pure purification effectively. They don't care about purifying themselves, these particular ones in the Quran, they don't care about purifying themselves. That is, it shows you why he didn't start with to hate with them. Because they were fundamentally insincere.

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He had to break the idol. He had to make sure La Ilaha was there before he could put in Allah, that they were so entrenched into their own desires, that it was clouding any kind of rational discussion. They were not interested in discussion, they were not interested in truth.

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So if he had said to them, I believe in Allah, this would have been too much of an obstacle. So my pondering over the verse is perhaps their desires were so strong,

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that they needed to be deconstructed first.

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And the responses get them out of your country.

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And you'll see how quickly you'll turn from South Africans to Indians,

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when they enact laws, and put this on the record, and remember what I said, when they enact laws of hate speech, and anti discrimination laws, when you start speaking about anti LGBT practices, and so on, they say if you do that, they'll copy the West. Monkey see, monkey do. This is what South Africa scrap does anything you want to predict, you can predict this.

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You'll see how quickly you go from this country, wherever to your original country, you'll get them out of the city. This is our this country is a liberal country, this country about tolerance and inclusion. And if you're not interested in that, then leave this one, they'll say go back to your country. And this is already what we're seeing in the West,

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this country and they do that in institutions.

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Your child has to learn this information.

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Your child must learn inclusion and tolerance and fundamental British or American values.

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Your child must learn the syllabus.

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This undoubtedly exactly what not faced,

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we are facing. But I imagine he was like one person.

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And he's had a small group of family members.

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And Allah still saved him except for his wife, Kenneth middle of obedience she was she was with those who she she sided with those, actually. And this actually teaches us another lesson, which is that we're going to lose people in this war. If a prophet of Allah

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who lost his son lost his wife in this ideological war. There's no doubt that we're going to lose people in this war. But we need to march ahead.

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And this was probably more than three to 4000 years ago.

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And Allah He describes her the heart in

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Canada data

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Every day the minute I read in alpha Hana Tahoma, a lot was out of Allahumma Salah Murata in

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Canada data with anyone I resonate for hunted down the two wives of Noah and lots, they were underneath two of our slaves, and they betrayed them.

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We will find people in our community who exist now, who will also betray us. So we have to prepare for that, who will slide with a dominant ethic, Allah is psychologically priming and preparing us, showing us that even our family members, some of them they will lose, we will lose them in the ranks.

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Everything is perfect, and the Quran is telling us exactly what to do in this situation. The guidance is dead, we offer alternatives.

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But despite the fact that he was one person with small member, number of family members, he still

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fought against this situation.

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He said though, and the Akula

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Shut it, if I had the power, I will change the situation. Now we are finding people, Muslim people in leadership positions who do not have the fortitude and do not have the strength and they should be removed from the leadership position, who effectively accept

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or acquiesce or be quiet to the fact of this immorality.

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All over the West, we have seen it and they have been exposed.

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Some of them big figures. And they took years and years to beat stern in speech about this practice, in the same way like loot was, which is a huge humiliation for them. And they've lost all of their credibility.

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No, Paula Hassan, and the prophets of Allah have given us the answers. The answer is, you're gonna give down.

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And the dialogue with homosexuality starts with the discussion of the elephant in the room.

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We're going to start with your homosexual, we're going to start with this. That's how we're going to start with homosexual homosexuals. That's how I start with it. I don't start with tight.

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This is the only group because the Quran kind of told me this.

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And if we can, because this will be too big an objection for them. It's too big, we have to deal with it first.

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And we will ask them the following. How can you prove your position? The Quran in no less than three different places ask a rhetorical question, we'll ask a normal question, which is called How to Handle common customs or defeat

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was actually a proposition. Bring your evidences if you are truthful.

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What is the argument of the homosexual homosexual is that we're not doing anything wrong.

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you can do whatever you like, really, so long as you're not harming anybody else.

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This comes from a liberal ethic.

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You can do whatever you like, so long as you're not harming anyone else. It's called the harm principle. This is what they say.

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So we, we asked them, I mean, is this really the case? Because last time I saw this LGBTQ

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I didn't find the LGBTQ I witnessed.

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Because * you can do, why not a brother and another brother? Or two gay brothers? How about that? I'm never gonna say sister.

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So you discriminate against those gays?

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Book in the same office?

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Why haven't you included those?

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I've asked many of them that question and said, You know what, you have a point.

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But the injustice has already been done.

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The injustice has already been according to you.

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I asked another one gentleman said to me, it's not natural. Really, you're telling me?

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I said you're going to use an argument that is natural or not natural.

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He says what's your evidence against? I said, Why am I I'm gonna tell you the evidence against you're the one saying it's okay. You're the one telling me that you can do whatever you want, so long as you don't harm anyone else. Isn't that a statement of truth? Aren't you making a true statement?

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Okay, tell me why that's true that you can do whatever you want so long as Domino's.

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We descend that and we don't have evidence. And John Stuart Mill had an entire book, who was the father of social liberalism. He had a whole book trying to prove what you called the hump principle and he failed miserably. He says you hear things

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because you hear them you see things because you see them and you desire things because you desire them. It's a circular argument.

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had no veracity whatsoever, it was humiliating. Even other philosophers rejected it. But for the sake of argument, let's go with it. Okay, fine. Let's do it for the sake of argument, is it really true that you're not harming anyone else.

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Because last time I checked, a homosexual person was anything between 10 to 20 times more likely to characterize sexually transmitted diseases.

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And sexually transmitted diseases can be spread in more than one way, not just * can be done through blood or saliva or this or that not talking just about AIDS, although even that is 10 to 20 times more.

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So you're affecting everyone by doing this actually, you're spreading diseases, you are effectively spreading, you're exacerbating the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.

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Someone will say, you know, in the Quran, say it's from family mother.

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That particular Sodom and Gomorrah or whatever you want to call them, in the people have wrote in the Quran, conclude that there was a punishment inflicted upon them. And it wasn't just homosexuality, it was in the community to another region, where Takata Ana Sabine were to in the finance department, there was more than one reason it's mentioned

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that you're

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cutting the roads, you're doing homosexual acts actions, and you're doing munkar evil action. So there's a collection of actions of course, they didn't believe in Allah.

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But where is that matar from haidara on all these things?

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Well, the Prophet told us actually, he said in the future, people will be committing sexually lewd actions. And we will invent for them do diseases that will never affected before.

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Yanni, if you really consider it, I was rather many people would rather die instantly,

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through rocks coming from the sky than a slow disease was degenerates you over a span of time.

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It's a slow and painful death. And you look at your private genetical walls. And blood is coming out of your * sorry to say, and I don't know what's coming out of your mouth and this and that.

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This is a slow and painful reality.

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Is this not a punishment? Could this not be a punishment?

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Of course, it could be from the Islamic perspective.

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Of course, it could be

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bologna who will have said it was said I love your job. And we have tried them with good things and bad things, maybe they'll come back, maybe they'll come back.

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The point I'm making

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even if we go with the harm principle, that you can do whatever you want, so long as you don't harm anyone else.

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There is no guarantee that you're not going to harm anyone else, in fact, is more of a chance on probability that you will harm somebody else. But is that the only harm?

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We know there are other forms of harm.

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We know that

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families with two partners with almost all the studies that have done on this.

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Families with two partners are more likely to the children in that family are more likely to want to be delinquent. To have a lower educational attainment.

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They are more likely to be criminal, they're more likely to have psychological pathology. Do you know what's really interesting? When you have two women, and the other two so called Mothers?

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Somehow, I don't know how but let's just say they're the two so called Mothers. And they're in a relationship. Domestic Violence, according to their statistics is highest or very, very high in this category of lesbianism.

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Why? Because there's the power balance has been disturbed. I mean, I'm sure many of you put your hands up if you're married.

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Many married people. I'm married as well. And

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I've had my disagreements with my wife and my time

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and demand for 11 years.

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But I don't recall the last time my wife out of anger and frustration challenged me to a fight

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not only that,

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hopefully the men in this audience have the same experience because it's a disadvantage.

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The size bone this that testosterone

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is not fair. She might go to her parents.

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She might go to her friends. She might give me the stonewalling me and giving me the cold shoulder. But last time I found that she was actually trying to assault me was never

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But when you have two women of a similar size and stature,

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and they fight each other.

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Now imagine it's very similar weight and strength in size.

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And the neighbors, especially in Western countries, they don't want to get involved. Because they will make these noises. They think maybe something is happening.

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But she's screaming, she's saying, Stop. This is against this, homophobia, stop it.

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Leave them,

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leave them to do whatever they want to. We're living in a liberal world.

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And they're screaming and pulling in the blood.

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And then one of them is coming out. And then one of them emerges the masculine one, by the way, the one who wins the fight.

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She's the one who gets the special treatment at the barber. She says shave the head.

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Maybe she read the Bible

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maybe she saw that say Paul is telling you to pull it, pull take off.

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Take off.

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She comes in she's walking out. Have you not seen?

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This is the situation.

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So don't tell me it doesn't create harm.

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It creates all kinds of harm my friend.

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Even as small as an example, as if you have two men, where's the breast milk going to come from?

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Unless they go that far.

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In which case, this is a new thing. You could talk about LGBT i p, which we all know what the P stands for.

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You don't know what the P stands for.

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And they accuse our profit.

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But you know, what's interesting about that is that the LGBTQ

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situation is connected to transgender ideology.

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And transgender ideology is effectively

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the following

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is effectively what psychologists refer to as psychosis. This is it. Because psychosis is is officially when you lose touch with reality. This is an official definition. There was a time those people in my family that went to the mental asylum. I don't know what you call it here. The you know, the mental hospital basically for the insane or for people who are mentally challenged. I don't know what you guys call it here. Is this correct? This is politically correct. I'm not sure yeah, you're gonna face that, okay.

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I remember very clearly, person came out in the morning. And he said, and he was walking like Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Put his head up. He goes, I am half man, half robot.

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And then the three Nigerians big ones, they came, grabbed him, and they put, they put some medicines in him. I don't know what it was. They tried to sedate him.

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But in the mental hospital, you put the medicine in him, but in the university, you give him a price.

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And you attack those who go against him.

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I don't understand it.

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I think that there's gonna be a time in history.

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Just like now the Western white man. He looks at the ancient Greeks. It looks at Athens. Athena Zeus. Hercules says look at these people. They used to believe in Zeus and Hercules and these ones says, look at this fictions that these are believing.

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But I am proposing that Hercules is more real than the proposition that an X X Y chromosome is x y. Because at least in the, in the case of the former, you cannot really falsify the existence of Hercules. This is not empirically. You cannot put her kids under a microscope. He's a fake figure. But you can easily falsify the idea that x x is x, y and x, y 100 years from now.

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The lights will be making fun of these whites here with this transgender ideology. They're going to bury and John are going to have a discussion.

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He's gonna say, you know, 100 years ago, these guys used to say that you know, the x x, you say that x, y and the male you say the female. I mean, look at the stupid people.

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What kind of Mister they believe in the anti science community.

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Talking about anti science community. And the truth of the matter is, if you push this forward, think of what the implications of this is. This has serious implications. If you're saying biological.

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Data biology doesn't matter effectively, like you can invent your own.

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You know, you can invent your own pronoun, or you can say whatever you like.

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Then in the same South African context 29 years ago, there was apartheid. Yes, it's unbelievable, really 29 years ago, and effectively a country that is influenced by the West, you know, there's a potter shocking, you know, racism and all this. But according to the transgender ideology, just like * is a social construct. So to then must be racist social construct. Then if race is a social construct, guess what? So is racism.

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So you can see how this can lead to a new racism

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you'll see

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a black guy

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well, let's say a white guy could say he's black.

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So white guys young black, how there's no racism, I'm black, myself, I identify as black.

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And he was the one who was he was he was doing the punishment. His father was part of the government or something. And he was very naive, and I go and get magnification.

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So you see, racism can be eliminated. I was one time in an elevator. I was doing gender studies on a postgraduate level in one of the universities, London left wing University. And the woman just out of nowhere, she said, you know, she said, you know, the penis is a social construct.

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Now had lots of I just wanted to have a one liner. I know what I'm talking like.

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I wanted to have a one line because you know, the elevators gonna go quickly. And I thought of some very stuck for a lot bad ones, which I can't repeat. Sisters are listening. She said that the penis and social contract. So what am I gonna say and say, Look, Shall I show you that? It's not?

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I can prove to you as a matter of fact that

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that's obviously haram. I didn't say that. So I did say was

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well, I did say was the following.

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said, if you say the penis is a social construct, then guess what? So it's *.

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Because isn't *, a penetrative act with a penis into a *, and she just stood there.

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I said, By the way, I don't believe * is a social construct. And I left

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just to make sure that she understood the point, if you want to eliminate the science, from the scientific from this discourse from the male, and you know, the whole transgender ideology is is defeated in one line of the Quran?

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Well, they said Dakka Dakka Loompa. The male is not the same as the female. Can you imagine? One it's not, it's not even an AI is, it doesn't deserve too much recognition? Well, I said that

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the male is not the same as the female. Let's move on.

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Because it's self evident. So self evident to those Nigerians that put the chemicals into that person in the mental hospital. So So evidence is all the civilizations which existed for hundreds of 1000s of years.

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So self evident to doctors,

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who have to perform surgeries on the basis of,

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of the different,

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you know,

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reproductive things, in both men and women is self evident.

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So transgender ideology is not a threat. It's a threat only unto themselves.

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I mean, consider the following points. If I said to you, look, I'm 50 years old. And I know most of you believe this. I'm not 50 years old.

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But is there any way of you disproving this statement? I mean, can you cut my bed from this and see, like a tree? How many circles are inside me? What is the proof of how old I am? It's testimonial evidence, only I tell you that you have to believe it. There was no one there with any of you, for each second of your life with a camera that's going to put on YouTube every second of your life, a 31 year long video, it doesn't exist.

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But if you're allowing genders to identify in whatever way they like, then surely you should allow

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people to identify with whatever age they like.

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But you can see the problem already.

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The problem is, then I identify as a child, why can't I go into a primary school? And sit down? This identifies 13 or 12 or 10, or whatever? I mean, it says age discrimination. Nope, you really have to justify to me if you're allowing this, if you're allowing gender to be identified and whatever you like, then why can I just say and mean it full? Well, that age is just a number. And it's a socially constructed number. Because quite frankly, there's more evidence of my gender than there is of my age. Take my blood and see the x's and the y's. Considering my stature, I think there'll be double that

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as the woman on the left was gonna find out

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it wasn't Muslim.

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So I'd have to convert her first

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and by the way, I didn't want to anyway, just in case she's watching this, she thinks okay, maybe you like not sorry. She's just a joke.

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This is a joke.

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But you can find out x y where you can't found out how old I am through my blood because do an estimation

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so if there's more science on the on the side of my gender than the other * and there is no my age

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and yet you allow one and not the other.

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This is why the slippery slope

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this is the slippery slope.

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So transgender ideology leads to

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real life *.

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preAP when we talk about *, we're talking about prepubescent pubescent can actually identify as a prepubescent should be one.

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And a preview person can identify as a person. Why not? We're not talking just about ages. Why not? A black man can identify as a white and a white can identify as a black, therefore racism has gone there is no racism because race is a social construct.

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To defeat the transgender ideology, it is not by using.

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It says not necessarily by using facts is by showing the logical absurdities that come about by the implications, the practical implications of believing what they believe, and how it's an affront to what they believe elsewhere through liberalism and human rights

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is an affront to their own version of human rights.

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Not just to our religion

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which leaves us with feminism.

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We will leave

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the list for last

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say they say last but not least, by say least and least, least the last, which is

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and the Quran deals with feminism, just like it deals with liberalism.

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In so much as the Quran says about liberalism, not obviously the official ideology, but its assumption, which is referred to as the hedonistic principle.

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For item Annika Illa, have you seen the one who has taken his own diseases got

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the hedonistic principle is effectively you do whatever you gives you pleasure. And then of course, they put the harm principle that so long as you don't harm anyone else. These two things are liberalism, social liberalism, hedonistic principle harm principle. And if you want to add one more thing, the utilitarian principle, as many good for as many people let's it so we will try to maximize the pleasure of the as many people as possible. That's basically what liberalism is, and without harm, that's a hedonistic principle.

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Quran asks you the question, have you seen the one who has taken his own diseases as God? So can you see Subhanallah that the Quran is dealing with each and every single one of these ideologies, or at least assumptions of each and every single one of them?

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The Quran deals with liberalism before I get to feminism in one other way, which I thought about and I don't turn up but often it's very interesting.

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The following, Allah has created the universe, right? He's created the universe was incredible, it can precision. Now, someone will say how, say, look, the universe is finely tuned in some way. You don't want to believe that fight is regulated, stable, it is uniform, and it allows life to exist, you cannot, you cannot deny this.

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Allah says what are

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left, so that is MIT will.

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This was the moment chapter 23. That if the truth had followed their desires, everything in the universe had been would have been destroyed. Meaning what? Meaning the truth must be based on consistent measures, the truth must be based on consistent measures.

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For example, this building that we're in right now, the architect that engineered or drew the traditional plans for this building had to use mathematics cannot be an architecture without being good at maths, you cannot be an engineer without being good at mathematics, but at least know it. And many engineers are in this room and

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so you have to have precise symmetrical system that whatever calculations if it's not in place, then what would happen is that this ceiling would just be destroyed, destroy, will be crumbled underneath it. Like a house of cards, it will just fall for that, like House of Cards.

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like dominoes.

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Allah is telling us the universe is done with precision. You can see it you're living in it. * Tom and football. Do you see any gaps in it is asking us questions. Allah is asking us and then

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He said that if the universe

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had been off the truth,

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had been connected to their desires, which is volatile. One day, they're happy one day, they're sad one day, they're angry one day they just wanted, the whole universe would have been destroyed.

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Meaning what? Liberalism itself, it's a volatile measure, and it doesn't have any truth value inside of it. The idea of the hedonistic principle, following your own desires, is uncertain and inconsistent. And had the universe been based on that no one would be alive. It's a very interesting argument.

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It's showing you the importance of truth to a people, you don't care about it.

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Like we just showed with the LGBT thing, with a lot, they didn't care about this

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article, bring them out. They don't want to debate with them. They don't care about the truth.

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We're saying there's a big elephant in the room, the elephant is you don't care about truth. But how do you not care about truth? And the universe has been based on falsehood.

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If the universe of the proportions and the constituents and the dimensions of the Universe being based on a false, inconsistent and volatile measure, the universe itself would have imploded upon itself. And are you not benefiting from the universe? Are you not breathing the air of the universe? Are you not drinking the water from the universe? Are you not pleasuring yourself in this universe? So you benefit from a consistent truth. But you did shit when it comes to morality. This is a double standard. Very interesting.

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Very interesting.

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It shows you the importance of truth, and it shows you the psychology of people who don't care about it. Can you see how deep the Quran is? Do know how large a diagnosis of this issues of the current day, if you just think of it was

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if you just think about the Quran with care how it just completely diagnosis was going on. These people don't care about truth.

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And this is the implication of them not caring about truth. Have the universe proportions been based on their falsehood, then the universal enclose. That's what Allah says in the Quran to Mahala to have that Bartylla you haven't created this universe, heavens in the earth

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in falsehood.

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He created the in truth has he created it in falsehood, we wouldn't be able to absorb it.

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They don't care about truth.

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And with feminism, there's something deeper.

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And it's very interesting because with these things, we find two things out how pragmatically the ideologies don't work. How epistemologically they don't contain any truth.

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And how psychologically people think or people with these ideologies think in the case of feminism is perfectly captured as

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well at a time and No, Allah says this very beautiful, very amazing. Think about with

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because people

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sometimes they were all comparative. We all compare social creatures compare. Allah is saying, well let me know merfolk de la Hui Baba Kumala Bob, Lizzie Jelena Cebu Mactan, Cebu? Well, in the same industry, booming Magnus was alarming fugly. This is so amazing and beautiful, it captures the whole feminist psyche.

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And it's interesting because the vs photos quietens but it's his general versus and is giving general advice. As the score said eyebrow to be among loves law because this is generic versus

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and there are generic file which means phrases, which says the following. Do not wish what the other one has. To a man is a portion of what he has earned. And for a woman is a portion of what she has earned an ask ALLAH from His bounty. The fact of the matter is, feminism couldn't exist. If resentment and embitterment and blaming others didn't exist.

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deflection. Feminism is perfect for an resentful person

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that wants to blame another person for why things are going wrong in their life. You want to blame other people. So I wish I lived that. Why does he get to have this and not me? Why does he get to have a career and I'm staying home with the kids.

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Why does he get to say the Final Word and I'm the one who has to follow what he has to say.

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Why does the brother have double what the sister has an inheritance

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Why can the mind just say Tarlac? One Word, and the whole relationship ceases, and the woman has to go through a formal procedure, if she wants to do it from herself? Why does the man Why can the mind marry four wives? And the woman cannot marry four husbands? Why isn't it just one and one? Why, why? Why?

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You see how many times they ask why, as if we are the interrogated, and they are the interrogator. As if we are the defendant, and they are the judge, then our judge, they're not fit to be our judge.

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Because the same basic question before we asked why, why, why

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is one?

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How can you prove

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that despite physical, psychological, anatomical, physiological, and psychological differences between men and women, that everything should be the same?

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Isn't this the assumption of feminism?

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Let me tell you something. You have bus drivers here, right?

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Bus drivers. Have you heard of a blind bus driver?

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If I'm a blind man, and I apply for a job as a bus driver, and they say, No, could I say this is disability discrimination? No, because they will say

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this, being a bus driver tells that you can see the road, there's a difference between someone who can see and someone who knocks See, there's an advantage on the side of someone who can see, and this affects the majority of people, therefore, we're going to suspend your individual right for the collective right. Simple as that we don't even we don't even entertain anything else.

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We wouldn't even consider it.

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But then when the feminist in America, she wants to have an equal number of firefighters.

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In the fire in the fire brigade in America, in New York, and this is true news. They want to have equal number.

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So in order to have equal number, you have a person who is slower, that they don't meet that obstacle course requirements, weaker,

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less brave, and so on.

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So that people in burning buildings now have to have a second rate treatment, in the name of gender equality, is it not the same as putting a blind man in a bus?

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It may not be as extreme. I agree. It might not be as severe. But yet, we can make a case that difference

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has caused an effect a consequence, which affects the majority of people.

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And they're doing it to their own demise. Before they had, for example, in the United Kingdom, it was illegal for a woman to fight in the frontline illegal by law. Now they've allowed it.

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You know, this is for many people in the world who have been oppressed by the British and American armies. Good news, actually.

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I was telling one of my friends,

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speaking to some people, and one of the guys were Iraqi, from Iran. And I was explaining these things and I saw a smirk on his face and I realized why he's smoking.

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Because the truth of the matter is just consider the following.

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The combination of feminism, transgender ideology and liberalism, it's actually destroying the military capabilities of the Western world.

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China and Russia and Iran or whatever other country are unlikely to defeat the Western empires. The most people

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the most likely candidate for the destruction of the Western civilization is the Western civilization itself.

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Consider the following.

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If you are told you have a fight tomorrow, okay, sorry to say you don't have to fight in the courtyard. It's a one on one fight.

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You're gonna get nervous everyone's gonna get I would get nervous as well. I know it's hard to believe I would everyone get nervous.

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I don't wanna say even you know, any, anyone will get nervous but then if I called you up and I said, Listen, I have some news about your opponent.

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He has decided to remove his genitalia.

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He has done so.

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He has done SRS surgery. He has done SRS surgery.

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removed his genitalia. What would that do? Would that fill you up with confidence or fear? Surely it would fill you up with confidence. He's removed his genitalia. He has less testosterone, he's probably in pain.

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His muscle density has probably gone down dramatically.

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In fact, his bravery will be affected because of social and effects bravery, every single field

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He's making himself weaker. Now imagine now,

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wherever America decides to overtake next was Vietnam or South Korea or Iraq, it was Afghanistan. And of course, we've got a son. Give them the middle finger. It was one of the most embarrassing defeats in the history of civilization.

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But next time the American army decides to land in whatever country decides to land on

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the front line is going to be composed of effectively units and women.

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So they come in down from the helicopter, and you realize one of them has shaved her head, because she's a strong one.

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And her girlfriend is upstairs, you know, getting the bandages ready.

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The one who's done the SRS comes down to the rope, and it doesn't

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and they come with their guns. We're ready now.

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It takes over time.

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Gonna take you over?

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I'm not sure if you've ever seen the difference between the Russian army. There's a there's an advert online.

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Okay, which compares the American army with the Russian army. And the American Army military.

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Advertisement starts with the lesbian person, honestly, the rainbow flag and I was always this and inclusivity and all that. And then they they juxtapose it with the Russian men shooting this and that from anyone Russia will be looking at this and saying, We've got it, we're gonna we're gonna finish them.

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They do wrestling and this and that, and fighting the bears and all these kinds of things. And this one,

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and this one's

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on me. I can do it if you can do it.

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So it's a double edged sword actually, the LBG actually, the LGBT thing is good in a way because it's destroying the armies of the colonizer.

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It's weakening them, so long as we're not affected. You know, they say Robert Greene's many people have said this in fact, even Sun Tzu

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do not disturb your enemy when he's making a mistake.

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Look, if if there was no Muslim communities in the West as the Western that have the hegemony, I'll just say shucks leave them leave them. Please.

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I might wear rainbow flags.

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I'm only go with into this I would never this stuff Allah. But you know what I mean? You leave them

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the colonizer wants to cut the genitalia and put the one on the front lines and put the composed of police forces. I saw a video on Twitter the other day of a woman trying to stop a man criminal. And he was a drunkard. Most of you have seen this. And it was in the UK. And she couldn't do it.

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And he was weak and flimsy and drunk. Like if someone just done that he would have fallen on the floor. And she was trying her best and whatever. And

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this is not the place for you. Sorry to say, this is not the place for you.

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I was walking in my area in West London and England. And I saw a female officer.

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And she actually tried to stop me and speak to me. I said to her listen, you on a 30,000 pounds salary. Yes, sorry. I know. And you know, you wouldn't risk your life for what they're doing in their umbrella Rambo knife and tried to stab another man, would you actually risk your life? She looked at me and she knew and I knew what the answer that question was.

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They're destroying is inefficient. But of course, they're gonna have a response. So let me tell you what the responses the responses the following the citizen? How can you remove half of the workforce from an economy? That's the response, because say we have women working,

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that increases our taxes, we are able to take money from these. And so it's efficient from an economic perspective. That's why you're finding their attributes, you may even attribute it to the fact

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that women have been given so called liberation. The answers that question is as follows.

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Tell me the amount of problems that you would get when you don't have nuclear families. It is clear from the data

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that when you have single parent households or when you have households with the mother is not present in the house. Well found wrote a nice book called The boy crisis about and he mentioned lots of things about this, for example, but there are lots of things I've had lots of interviews with demographers

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and others on this on my channel you can find that in your own time, but the point is, this is clear from the data

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When you don't have a nuclear family, you have less educational attainment, you have more delinquency or more criminality.

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So Okay, put them into the workforce. But now the state is going to have to pay for all of the crime.

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Now the state is going to have to pay especially if it's paying already for the medical bills for the medical bills of the delinquents.

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Now the state is going to have to pay for the psychological traumas that these people are going through in the pathologies which are known by the data is happening. So don't tell me Okay, well, this is gonna save us money. It may save you money in the first 10 years, but it will lose you money in the next 20 or 30 years. And that's what we have seen definitely by the longitudinal data. One of the most important studies that have been done to this effect is Blanchflower and Oswald that was done between 1962 to 1990. And it was the longest longitudinal study that was done over 100,000 Women in England and in America. And it was shown conclusively that their mental health degenerated

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after the passing of equal legislation, stuff in America, the legislation.

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So it's harmed women as well. So even if you want to argue there'll be a net income,

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is the harm that the women in your countries are suffering. Such that 85% of them, according to the sutra magazine, was a Fortune Magazine, by the way, said that they went 83% said they will leave their jobs. If they had the chance straightaway, they would leave it in the West. That's what they say they would leave it in the East and other places will say I want to I want to go work. But there was no one wants to leave. But the other one she wants to copy

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to different mentalities completely.

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Is the is the money worth that depression for the woman? I thought you cared about women. But how is it the case then the older data shows and it's called the happy paradox

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that women are actually degenerating psychologically because of your policies. And see when you manipulate the social order of things, the way that Allah and the messenger showed us in the Quran, then this is what you get dysfunctionality.

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This functionality.

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Now, it's 810.

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I do want to leave some time for questions and answers, because we've got another kind of 45 minutes to 15 minutes to speak and engage you guys. So with that I will conclude was salam aleikum wa rahmatullah Virgo

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