Body Language – Kathy Barnette, Pennsylvania US Senate Candidate

Body Language - Kathy Barnette, Pennsylvania US Senate Candidate

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dhh
dhh
1 month ago

I consider myself ‘orthodox’, ‘traditionalist’, Muslim. I am second generation American, my parents immigrated to the US (legally) in the 60s. Regardless of my parent’s country of origin and my faith, I consider myself 100% pure blooded American and consider America my ‘motherland’

That being said, IMO Kathy Barnette looks like a real decent human being and I’d vote for her over Oz as well.

‘But what about her “Islamophobic” tweets?

I completely understand pple’s distrust of Islam/Muslims because of the MSM’s anti-islam propaganda post 9/11. But I hope that now, post COVID era….I hope my MAGA friends can see just how evil and divisive the MSM is. What the MSM did to the MAGA crowd is what they did to the American Muslim crowd post 9/11.

If we can all sit down and talk to each other, and stop letting the media define who we are, we can protect this great country from the (REAL) people and organizations trying to destroy it.

Love and peace to you all

💖

Susan McCall
Susan McCall
1 month ago
Reply to  dhh

I hear what you are saying dhh….being a Catholic isn’t easy either these days with sexual abuse story’s. Believing in God is frowned upon it seems in America, especially in the last decade. Being white is shameful anymore, and I am supposed to believe in abortion. I am supposed to believe the media, and I was supposed to believe in everything covid.

I still have issues with the Muslim culture and I hope you don’t mind if I ask you some general questions:

Are you a Koran follower? (what I really mean is can you go against some of the ideology’s within the Koran or is it all or nothing?) How do you feel about FGM practices and disrespect to women?

If you don’t follow the Koran, what effect does this have on you with your family? Is this equal to when my son announced he is an atheist?

How do the Muslims really feel about abortion? I’m betting that your culture does not even discuss it as an option. I remember when hellary clinton (long time ago) said she had the support from Muslim/American women about abortions – in my opinion that was a big fat lie.

Regarding kathy barnette…..what does Trump know about her that we don’t? Why is he endorsing oz? Is oz a ‘white hat’? I just read that kathy wants the obama family as a statue…anyone that shows respect to that guy needs to have the head examined…so, again, sheer confusion on what to think about her and oz and Trump tonight….

dhh
dhh
1 month ago
Reply to  Susan McCall

I do not really follow an ‘Islamic culture’. I was born and grew up in the south feel completely integrated with American culture. I did spend a year or two in Lebanon/Syria and went to an American Catholic school for a couple of years, but then I came back to the States when war broke out in the region (1975 I think). The Lebanese Civil war was my first lesson in how the media tells lies. What the media and history says happened was different than what really happened.  

Back in the States, I lived happily in a bible belt ‘Red State’. My step mother (a Boomer) was a southern Baptist (her family is from a small town in Texas), my paternal aunt married a Christian man (Silent Generation). My spouse’s family are Christians.

My parents encouraged me to integrate with American kids instead of isolating me with others who were ethnically similar to me…. Not that there’s anything wrong with being part of an ethnically similar community, but my parents wanted me to learn to integrate with my neighbors.  Which is why I identify myself as American. I honestly feel like a foreigner when I’m around ‘my people’ lol. I learned about American culture and American values by watching Americans and my extended American family. My youth, I grew up listening to Madonna, Prince, MJ….Going to basket ball games, fasting during Ramadan, 5 daily prayers, learning bible from extended family, learning quran from weekly sunday school lessons. Thanksgiving and Christmas with extended family. Nobody knew my religion but me…it wasn’t a label I put on my sleeve. 

From my observations/experience….Despite what the MSM says, Americans DO coexist, white America IS tolerant,  Yes, there was bullying, teasing, and stuff….but that’s a part of life and that’s just people being people. IMO, bullying and teasing growing up was a test of my faith….but I never saw it as people being racist. I just saw it as people being people and kids being kids. The MSM like to make people feel weak because of the hardships and struggles they face, but IMO it is the hardships that make us stronger and better 🙂 

So, I guess you can say my distrust of the MSM came at an early age….the Media says one thing, but the people I met behave completely opposite to that. While there were some issues occassionaly, on a whole I felt loved and accepted for who I was and what I believed…and so I learned to love and accept others for who they were and what they believed. The only time I felt different was when the MSM kept reminding me that I was different.

Politically, I identify as an independent/libertarian conservative….. I do believe in social issues and carring for the community and protecting the rights of others, but I believe that happens at the local community level ….not the federal/government level.

dhh
dhh
1 month ago
Reply to  dhh

How do the Muslims really feel about abortion?

Overseas, all of the religious communities, the Chrisitian, Muslims, etc they put a lot of value on family, family structure, marriage, and children. Over seas, from if I remember correctly, abortion was a medical procedure that happened very very rarely…..it was frowned upon, but it wasn’t ‘outlawed or banned’. There wasn’t like…a planned parenthood at every corner either. Things might have changed since I’ve been there, but doubtful.

But even in America, abortion wasn’t really an issue until the ’sexual revolution’.  

I can’t speak for all Muslims, but here is my view on the issue of abortion. You may or may not like the answer, based on what side of the debate you are on. Islamically, the question isn’t necessarily, ‘when does the fetus become a life’…..but instead rather, ‘when does the fetus get a soul?’

There are oral narrations and Quranic Verses that discuss embryology…

‘Abdallah ibn Mas’ud narrated that the Messenger of God ﷺ said:

“Each one of you is constituted in the womb of the mother for forty days, and then he becomes a clot of thick blood for a similar period, and then a piece of flesh for a similar period. Then God sends an angel who is ordered to write four things. He is ordered to write down his deeds, his livelihood, the date of his death, and whether he will be blessed or wretched. Then the soul is breathed into him…” (Sahih al-Bukhari: 3036).

Thus, when the fetus reaches a certain age, it no longer remains a mere living organism but develops into an ensouled human being. Prior to that, the fetus is a potential human being, but it is the presence of the soul which constitute an essential part of the human being. Should a fetus die after this point for what ever reason after this point, he/she would be given a proper burial and funeral as if they died an infant. 

What this means, is that Islamically, ‘life might begin at conception, but that life is not human until it is ensouled’. Should a woman get pregnant who is unable to carry the child (medical reason, etc) she has time to make a decision. But ‘late term abortions’ is murder and forbidden. 

Please keep in mind that I’m not advocating for abortion, I’m just dictating what I know. Also remember that abortion is not as common place overseas as it is here in the West, planned parent hood does not exist….and it’s viewed more of a medical procedure between doctor/patient. 

Late term abortions is forbidden though….

Pre Islamic Arabia (also known as the time of ignorance) had their own version of “abortion”. They used to bury their daughters alive. Arab tribes had a lot of ‘noble sounding’ reasons as to why they did it such as: They were too poor to care for daughters, if they were raided by a stronger tribe, their daughters would be taken as slaves, daughters weren’t seen as strong as boys who could grow up and be strong warriors to defend their kinsman.

Islam came and prohibited this practice: 

When the sun is wrapped up [in darkness], And when the stars fall, dispersing, And when the mountains are removed, And when full-term she-camels are neglected, And when the wild beasts are gathered, And when the seas are filled with flame, And when the souls are paired, And when the girl [who was] buried alive is asked for what sin she was killed, And when the pages are made public, And when the sky is stripped away, And when Hellfire is set ablaze, And when Paradise is brought near, A soul will [then] know what it has brought [with it]. Quran 81: 1- 16

The Quran goes on to instruct not to kill one’s offspring for fear of poverty or struggles… So poverty or struggles are no excuses for late abortions or the murder of one’s offspring.

“And do not kill your children for fear of poverty. We provide for them and for you. Indeed, their killing is ever a great sin. 17:31”

O Prophet! When the believing women come to you, pledging to you that they will neither associate anything with Allah ˹in worship˺, nor steal, nor fornicate, nor kill their children, nor falsely attribute ˹illegitimate˺ children to their husbands, nor disobey you in what is right, then accept their pledge, and ask Allah to forgive them. Surely Allah is All-Forgiving, Most Merciful. (60:12)

The Quran also states elsewhere that it is people’s lack of faith that makes them want to kill their children:

“And likewise, to many of the polytheists their partners have made [to seem] pleasing the killing of their children in order to bring about their destruction and to cover them with confusion in their religion. And if Allah had willed, they would not have done so. So leave them and that which they invent.” Quran 6:137.

Personally? I believe the soul within the womb of a woman is more pure and innocent than the women herself. I believe the God put goodness into her womb, and that it is the duty of every woman to protect the life within her. I believe the MSM has (over the course of the years) tarnished the role of motherhood and brainwashed women into preferring the life of men, climbing career ladders, desiring corporate culture, social justice causes instead of motherhood. TV taught young girls that careers and paychecks = freedom while motherhood + marriage = slavery. It is in American music, TV, and Movies. 

However, in Islam there is ‘no compulsion’ when it comes to religion, so I can never impose my moral views on another woman.

You don’t need laws to ban abortions. Abortions will decrease naturally when women put value back into motherhood and children. Laws on morality will always fail if the people continue to listen and follow the MSM and Hollywood who insist on preaching immorality

FYI, these are all my personal beliefs, I am neither an expert nor a scholar….I’m not saying i’m right or wrong or anything…..just sharign my personal views on the matter. I can’t influence what people do with their lives, all I can do is make the best decisions for myself and guide my children and close family to what is right. I hope that makes sense. 

Peace and love to you and your family 🙂

💖💖💖

GOMF3602
GOMF3602
1 month ago
Reply to  dhh

Wow, dhh, thanks for taking the time to answer Susan’s questions in such detail. I sure like the way you think. Some very evil individuals want Americans divided. They are the same ones preaching immorality and pushing misguided women to pursue the role of men. I worked mostly with women, who were disintegrating from the strain of trying to follow that path, at the same time that their own instincts and souls knew they should accept being a woman and a mother. You are a very wise person and thank you for sharing your views so openly and clearly.

dhh
dhh
1 month ago
Reply to  Susan McCall

Are you a Koran follower? (what I really mean is can you go against some of the ideology’s within the Koran or is it all or nothing?) How do you feel about FGM practices and disrespect to women?

I am what you would call a ‘Koran follower’. In other words, I believe the Quran is the *literal* *word* *of* *God* revealed to mankind just as I believe that Jesus is the word of God as well.  I know the English translation, understand and read the Arabic text, know the history, etc etc etc. I also have read the Bible, Old Testament, and New Testament and believe that these books were sent by God through His messengers and disciples to guide mankind. Since religion is supposed to guide people to the right way, I feel it is important to educate one’s self, learn, and follow the religious texts instead of the people who preach it.  

It’s like how today, suddenly Science is now the new religion (Cuz they stripped God out of science). A majority of people who ‘Followed the science’ during CYOP 19 were really….really ignorant of science….and just followed people who told them to trust the science. Right? Science never supported what they forced people to do…..governments and media did.  

I observe Islam differently than my family does. For example, I cover my hair even though the women in my family don’t cover and initially objected to it. 

They only objected to it because they wanted me to ‘fit in’ to and they were afraid that others might treat me with Prejudice. However, after 9/11 and the anti-islam propaganda from the Media, I began to question my faith to a degree. I decided to cover my hair because I wanted to affirm that my religion is for God, even if the media tells me that I am wrong. 

On one hand it was an act of faith…putting my faith in God, and on another hand it was an act of rebellion to a pop culture that was trying to eliminate God from people’s hearts. I decided to wear it even though Media painted it as something bad to affirm my faith….I hope that make sense.

That being said, even though the MSM paints Americans and Christians in general as intolerant, when I decided to wear a headscarf later in life, White, Christians, Americans were the most kind and polite to me….  ie: Christian conservatives were more accepting of me and my headscarf in comparison to social/progressive/leftist types that wanted to ‘liberate me’

On FGM

FGM is primarily rooted in African cultural practice and is unislamic as a practice. Quran teaches that while women are equal to men, both genders have different roles that should be honored, respected, and protected.  Women are treated equitable in Islam….inother words, Islam recognizes the differences of womanhood and protect the rights of women to be women…..women are not expected to act, take on the role, or be like men.  Women can freely enjoy their womanhood, roles as mothers, leaders, teachers, etc

Apart from that, I am ignorant of FGM to make any claims. Like, I know of nobody who’s undergone that kind of procedure.

That being said, isn’t transgender surgery a form of FGM and MGM? How can the media make any negative comments on FGM when they are practically pushing kids to have their genitals removed?

FGM is cultural and has no religious foundation.

Susan McCall
Susan McCall
1 month ago
Reply to  dhh

Thank you for explaining my questions dhh…the effort you put into your answers tells me you are a genuine & caring person – and very wise.

Now, imagine you had 20 seconds to explain – this is about how long attention spans are these days … (being an ex-bartender, I once had a co-worker ask me what the difference between a Democrat and a Republican was – I didn’t have enough time!). Since I was not born here in the town I currently live in, I have always been considered an outsider…and many older male customers do not think women should know much..I was told to ‘shut up and pour’.

Since ‘the media’ has tried to tell us how we should feel about Muslims, and if it’s true about the ‘theory’s’ behind 9 11, I am changing my mind.

I am the only person in my town and family whose loved one went to Afghanistan….this was the time I got to know God all over again and now I have seen what the results of his efforts were (I have to admit, what do I really know about it?) ….but he told me the other side of a coin when he was there….more reasons to despise our so-called ‘leaders’ and lovers of war – not the innocent people.

I wish you were my neighbor dhh….imagine what our conversations would be over coffee! Thank you again dhh….

MeMellie
MeMellie
1 month ago

I have wondered about her, thank you for doing her Mandy! Sorry to hear that you are stuck with Susan Collins. I’ve got Chuck Grassley who’s been in the Senate for 41 years, time for him to go!

GOMF3602
GOMF3602
1 month ago

The vicious and inappropriately intense character assassination against her by Sean Hannity tells me that she is a threat to the puppets and fake conservatives (OZ) and establishment go along to get along losers (McCormick). Glad you did her. I too would vote for her, but the only option I have in Illinois is which Senate candidate will I vole for to lose to Tammy Duckworth in a rigged election. We even have two lifelong democrats running for Governor as Republicans because they sense blood in the water leaking from the carcass of Al Capone’s tax attorney’s grandson, the corpulent and butterhanded J. B. Pritzker. Still going to be an election judge this cycle, more to document the atrocities than anything. My county went from 2 to 24 Zuckerfraud drop boxes this time, which will no doubt be stuffed by meth addled Antifa mules filling them up with dead and moved voters ballots. Not that I like her, but it can get worse than Susan Collins.