Sunday, July 01, 2007

Taboo Warning Frank Talk of Domestic Violence !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I want to warn readers of the book Infidel that there is domestic violence all over the early part of the book. We are used to the most obvious one cases fathers beating their children. The reason these cases get headlines is they can be severe. The most common form of domestic violence is women beating their children.

The book has all type of violence and the exception to this rule was the authors father who was more evolved than the rest of the family. The author is beaten constantly through out the first six chapters by her mother and grandmother. The grandmother is the person responsable for the authors clitorectomy.

The book takes one through Somalia, Saudi Arabia, Eithiopia, Kenya and eventually to Europe. Ali's mother is a dedicated Muslimand constantly enforcing brutal discipline. This discipline continues in the educational system and even into daily life with other children.

Most of us are well aware that in third world countries violence against women is a real and sadly accepted part of life. However, many of those that are brutalized in turn mistreat their children. The cycle continues in generation after generation. Nor am I talking about mere spanking. This violence includes beatings with objects such as sticks.

There are pointed scenes in the book where Ali's father denounces this violence as backwardness. However, Ali's father has a dream of freeing his country from the misrule of a forgotten Communist tyrant.

Those of you who are disturbed by frequent beatings should not read this book. No doubt Justin or perhaps Warren might point out that it may be needed to understand the mindset of those who fill the Jihadi ranks.


Lux said...

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beakerkin said...


I will prepare twenty five questions on the blog about three main topics. All you have to do is respond in the comment section.

Americans do not think of Cambodia

The sections will be

1 The future of Cambodia
2 Daily life in Cambodia
3 The recent past

Always On Watch said...

I glommed onto a library copy of Infidel yesterday. I'll start reading the book today.

Thanks for the warning. But I believe as Brigitte Gabriel: we need to see and read about such terrible acts in order to understand the type of enemy we're up against.

Ayaan's father may have been more enlightened, but he still was fumed when she decided to divorce. I learned about that when I glanced at the pictures at the book's center.

Ducky's here said...

If you want a domestic violence book why not cover the life of an average big city cop?

beakerkin said...


How about examining the lives of people who appologize for Fidel Castro, rationalize terrorism and class genocide?

Urban Infidel said...

Glad to hear you are returning to NYC, beak! We'll have to have a soda sometime, won't we?

Domestic violence? Unfortunately I've experienced it. Not a joke, Ducky. Not even a little.

Always On Watch said...

I got started on the book today. The section about genital mutilation is as graphic as you warned us.

That grandmother was brutal, most of that brutality motivated by religion and supersition.

And to think of all the women who have suffered through what Ayaan Hirsi Ali did!

beakerkin said...


It is the women who brutalize their daughter.Forget a relatives name whack. It seems like the authors entire childhood was a pretext for abuse.

I have a hard time reading about senseless child abuse. This was not an episode of spanking either.

I found myself having to put down the book and ask who could do this to a child.

Ducky's here said...

Urban infidel, who's joking. Cops and military are the top practitioners of domestic violence while we all continue to worship their punk asses.

beakerkin said...

Yes Ducky especially if those policemen and soldiers are Cuban or in Uncle Hugos mess. A good Commie knows how important it is to have children spy on their parents.

Communism is societal domestic abuse, but the true faithful have excuse after excuse.

Cuba holds political prisoners
They are just Batista cronies and Bay of Pigs veterans.

Ducky you are a "chicken or Walter Mitty type of collectivist". If Cuba is such a wonderful place how about renouncing your citizenship now. Enjoy the great health care and live next to convicted Cop Killer Joanne Chesimard.

This should be the response to the Chicken Hawk types.

There is a profound difference when a Rob or a Jams disagrees with the Iraq war. When Jams disagrees he acknowledges the problem and is not practicing Revolutionary defeatism.

Off we go to Gitmo


Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...


I'm giving you a head's up. Tomorrow, try really, really hard not to convince someone you're a moron.

It's a test.