What Is Extremism?

06/20/2013 19:42

What Is Extremism?

The dictionary definition of extremism is the holding of extreme political or religious views or the taking of extreme actions based on those views. We further define extremism as something out of balance, not equal, and unworkable. For example, when a teeter-totter has the bulk of weight stacked on one side it is extremely unbalanced and does not work the way it should. Similarly, extremists are those who stack all odds in their favor, regardless of the dire consequences to others.

Extremist have their own view of the divine presence that permeates humanity and the universe. First, they comprehend the signs of the supreme deity that exist within the soul. That includes the spirit of goodness, a love for the existence of life, and inner fruitfulness of decency. Then, they become extreme by claiming they are good, love life, and blossom with fruitage, but everyone else are instinctual animals subject to their dictates. In other words, in the name “God” they assume the right to rule over the beast with absolute authority. That purpose is to solicit submission to their self-proclaimed righteousness and dominant hierarchy.

Extremist utilize the spiritual fruit to smooth over inhumane acts, hoping to
polish their image and gain popularity. They talk of harmony and equality while utilizing force and violence amidst those who protests disparity. With that, they speak of peace while explaining the paramilitary police presence for domestic use. In addition, they communicate the hope for a more optimistic future, but cause despair, sadness, and evil impulses through strict and aggressive policies. They speak of the need for the people to be patient, to endure, and use self-control, but they move quickly with an agenda that irritates and pushes the human animal to a “boiling point.” They are hostile to the fruit of joy, peace, love, kindness, faith, meekness, gentleness, patience, self-control, and perseverance within the gathering of masses. Their intent is to monopolize those qualities to falsely convey themselves as “for the people.”

Extremists weigh the balance of resources in their favor, utilizing the name of “God. “ They say that they are proponents of a deity that permits them to monopolize food resources, water supplies, living conditions, and general health care provisions. The image they convey through the spiritual fruit is the concept of no unemployment, the abolishing of hunger, and adequate health care for everyone. However, the actual conditions of the human animal include inadequate employment and wages, widespread hunger, and insufficient provisions for maintenance of health.  

Extremists weigh the balance of safety and security in their favor, utilizing the name of “God.” They amass tons of earthly security apparatuses to keep their self-proclaimed righteousness safe and secure from the “beastly” human animals that they rule. They utilize paramilitary police units, military forces, and surveillance equipment to protect selves from harm, to secure their place of shelter, and to stabilize their dominance. The communication that comes from their mouth are words of peace, claiming to use necessary maneuvers to ensure a kinder and gentler environment. In reality, the people experience bodily mutilation, insecure shelter that should be a comfortable home, and instability caused from chaotic terror.

Extremists weigh the balance of social resources in their favor, utilizing the name of “God.” They paint themselves as the “parents of humanity” according to the deity that permeates the universe. Through that image, they hoard human resources, consisting of children, girls, and people for every use. The words they use to justify their “jealousy” are those of a protective parent of love, acceptance, belonging, and sensual intimacy. However, the reality of the social environment is full of hate, intolerance, loneliness, rejection, bullying, and sexual abuse.

Extremists weigh the balance of the nature of the supreme deity in their favor, utilizing the name of “God.” They do that by implying that goodness, respect for life, and inner fruitfulness are hallmarks of their character, but the fleshly nature of the savage animal befalls everyone else. The image they want us to see is that they are sacred, and severe consequences happen to those that degrade, or defile, the “defenders” of “God’s light“. However, in the real world the perception is that of an evil that murder in the name of “God” causing violence by inhumane and coercive impositions.

Extremists weigh the balance of self-expression in their favor, utilizing the name of “God.” Since beliefs form our words and deeds, the extremists are tilting the balance of belief in their favor. They insinuate that as proponents of “God” their beliefs must manifest in the words, attitudes, and behaviors of humanity. The extremists polish their image by verbally campaigning against hate speech, hostile attitudes, and uncontrollable behaviors. However, the reality is that hatred, violence, and intolerance fall on those who do not share the same attitudes and beliefs as the extremists.

The Cycle
The cycle begins with those who believe that it is extreme to try to monopolize the supreme presence for self-purposes. That monopoly includes dominating the ownership of spiritual fruit to maintain a proper image. Those believers are not angry, nor hostile at the divine qualities in others, but are at peace with equality. Similarly, they are not sad or pessimistic at the inner fruitfulness of people, but they feel joy from the spirit of goodness in one another. They are able to bargain away the ambition for conquest and earthly power in exchange for equality, compassion, and tranquility. These believers accept that the celestial deity is not a commodity that we monopolize. The living deity is present for every living creature. They realize that the spiritual fruit are rewards to humanity to foster social love and integration, not “talking points” to improve an image or popularity.

The believers grow in reservoirs where humility, equality, and fruitfulness blossoms from within the soul of one another. They discourage extreme beliefs that, in the name of “God,” they can dominate over the human species from which they belong. The attitudes that exit the reservoirs of believers are words and deeds that honor the supreme divinity that permeates the soul of every living creature. Those attitudes transfer directly by mutual respect for the spirit of faith, goodwill, peace, love, and perseverance that manifest in the spirit of humanity. Indirectly, the transference of those attitudes comes through those who speak of the equality within genuine fruitfulness, but are aware of the insincerity of goodwill from those who dominate with disparity.

We welcome the deity that dwells in the soul of humanity because we esteem the supreme worth of harmony, equality, peace, optimism, and endurance. We want to belong to an integrated population of people that are healthy, safe, sociable, communicative, and respectful of the universal deity. Those likely to host the divinity of our inner being, the producer of spiritual fruit, are those who seek humane treatment for everyone. They reject extremism that incites arrogance, violence, and intolerance against humanity in the name of “God.”

The cycle that begins with believers who denounce extremism continues through to the host by the spiritual fruit. The softness of our inner being diminishes extreme attitudes enabling us to pollinate one another with smiles, acceptance, hugs, love, and parity. The qualities of kindness, meekness, joy, and self-control diminishes attitudes of superiority to bring fellowship and tranquility.  

We can assess that equality, peace, harmony, and compassion comes through the deity who permeates humanity. The diagnosis is that extremists intend to dominate the fleshly nature of the human animal with force, fear, and violence in the name of “God.” Even so, we plan to welcome the divinity of the soul, the source of goodness, life, and inner fruitfulness. We implement that plan by being caring, gentle, joyous, and patient with one another. The evaluation of that plan is to see humbleness, equality, and happiness replace arrogance, fragmentation, and despair.