Everyone who pays attention to world news have one basic question on their mind. Are the Muslims looking to rule the world? They seem to be on a concerted effort to conquer nations by force or through shear presence in certain countries. The average Muslim may not be looking for world dominance, but rather the Muslim extremists. It is impossible to tell if every Muslim in the world wants to one day rule it. As a result, this is written in response to those Muslims who express their desire to rule the world.
The global powers today, primarily the US and their allies, have successfully ruled the world for fifty years. They impose their values and their politics on other civilisations. In fact there is very little different between the American empire and the events that made up the Crusades. Those that feel that the US and their allies are liberating Iraq are quite susceptible to propaganda, for by definition, the Americans are occupying another free nation.
Some Muslims have expressed a desire to take over the world. They don’t want world domination in the Lex Luthor, mad scientist sort of way. Their aim is to rule the world in order to free us from sin and evil. Most in the Western world laugh at such claims. “How can we be the sinners? We’re not hiding weapons of mass destruction! We’re not trying to create a nuclear state!” No, you’re not. You have already succeeded in that mission through thoughtful manipulation and equity release schemes.
The difference between the Muslims’ desire to take over the world and the Americans (et al) desire to rule is simple: the Muslims tell us what they want to do and how to do it; the US and co don’t; they’d prefer to lie to us and occupy a nation under false pretences, and even after those claims were proven to be bogus, their occupation continues.
Although I have no affiliation with any Muslim state or Islam in general, I see no villainous motive behind their desire to rule the world. In fact, it is a welcome change for a group of people who have constantly been under attack to want to make a better world.