Good God, Put The Beast To Sleep In The Minds Of Men Already

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Good God, Put The Beast To Sleep In The Minds Of Men Already

Howdy, folks, I have a question. Would someone respond to this question in constructive, rational sentences, and please stay focused on this single question and do not go off on a tangent. T'anks.

Okay, Mo was porking Aisha at nine, ten, eleven, twelve, etc. years of age, (Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 5, Book 58, Number 234) Mo was a warlord who also professed to be a prophet of the Creator, which implies Mo had a special, intimate relationship with the Creator, so much so that revelations or messages repeatedly came to Mo through Gabriel from the Creator.

But the Creator intentionally, deliberately for Its own good reasons designed all children to be non-sexual. Both in a physical and psychological manner children have been designed by the Creator to behave with one another non-sexually.

All prophets are not saints; this is true. But why is there not one revelation from the Creator to Mo to "knock it off" with Aisha? Surely the Creator must have been perturbed or concerned watching Mo perform with Aisha on a regular basis. And what a perfect time for the Creator to spell out and for all future people to read from eloquent verse the dignity and the innocence of children in contrast to the lustful behaviors of certain individuals. Why was the Creator silent watching Mo behave with Aisha sexually?

Why are there no revelations from the Creator informing the Mo of Islam of the intentions and designs of children It has wrought? There are only two avenues of thought which bring answer to the question.

One is obviously that the Creator is no type of Big Brother protecting a Little Sister if the Creator watched and winked and nodded with a smile towards Mo when he was repeatedly doinking Aisha. This avenue of thought is difficult for me to continue in a positive manner.

The second other avenue of thought is to conclude that the Creator never knew Mo in an intimate, prophetic manner. Silence from the Creator in respect to the relationship between Aisha and Mo is an eye-opener, and is all one needs to know about the validity of any claims from the book or sages of the religion of Islam.

There is no plausible third avenue of thought to consider. Anyone care to ponder the question and claim otherwise?

The Mo of Islam never had a prophetic relationship with the Creator. All claims from Mo about the will, intentions, and demeanor of the Creator are the fabrications and concoctions of human mind. The words detailing the will, intentions, and demeanor of the Creator written inside the Qur'an are not true.

Why was the Creator silent towards Mo when Mo was repeatedly engaging his mind with thoughts for sexual arousal while he was in the presence of Aisha?

Self-professed Muslims inclined for the want to know and understand the Creator would do well to ponder the question.

Constructive criticism is welcomed. All contrary views will be considered verbiage and claptrap from one humiliated.