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Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

February 4, 2015

Consent in the ‘Civilised World’

In the Western World consent stops at a certain level.(1) For example, a person is unable to consent to being murdered, assault causing bodily harm and grievous bodily harm.

What does this mean?

It means that the rule of law is made so that people in society live by certain rules and if one steps outside these rules, according to public policy, it is unacceptable and a reasonable punishment in-cues. 

Does Sharia Law exceed these boundaries?(2) I argue that it does.

When a person is not allowed to leave a religion, or be beaten or flogged to death for seeming moral or minor offences then we need to look carefully at this.

Sharia Law, therefore, in the Western World cannot be submitted to, or followed, as it would be likely that we could not consent to the offences in which it subscribes to.

Instead, Sharia Law itself should be outlawed as it infringes on the free agency and rights of the soul. It is an abomination.

On the other hand, the Islamic religion should be embraced from a moderate perspective inwhich does not follow such a barbaric rule of savagery.

Anyone submitting or trying to lobby for Sharia Law should be immediately charged under new laws which could be made to protect society from this barbarity. 

1. Consent <http://sixthformlaw.info/01_modules/mod3a/3_50_non_fatal/05_assaults_defence_consent.htm&gt;
2. Sharia Law <http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharia_law&gt;

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Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

January 25, 2015

Naming Conventions and the Law of Balance

Preponderant naming conventions shouldn’t change for the sake of it, as they should be changed by realisation only.

Why? Because changing the physical name does nothing to change consciousness, it simply masks what is already there, or creates an overlay to an existing overlay or illusion.

For example, do we change Mother Earth, to Mother – Father Earth?

Realisation happens as we encompass both forms on the mental level. Intellectualism is where we think changing the wording will free us.

By mastering what is already in front of us we have the window to the soul and ultimately realisation on the mental level.

Things are preponderantly expressed in their seeming expression of a male or female, but they are an illusion, anyway. Thus, duality is encompassed on the mental level, not the physical, changing the physical without a corresponding change on the mental level does nothing and in fact perpetuates resistance.

One might argue also, that legislation which differentiates or partiallizes people in anyway perpetuates the separation perceived in the minds of people. For example, when we try to act as a civil society that does not segregate, marginalize or ostracise people from any demographic in anyway, and by doing do, legislate that people from certain classes of society of given an automatic partiality, then, this perpetuates the very separation we are trying to resolve.

Consider all the legislative acts that partialize communities and people? Legislative reform needs to happen where, the entire population is benefited and protected and harmonized with full freedom, not to divide, splinter off and partialize.

The feminism revolutions put the female back onto  an equal playing field. Great, but the lobbyists now want to legislate an equal pay system for Women and a Women in work policy etc. I think the idea is great, but the execution is wrong. We need equally balanced legislation where both Male and Female is equal.

When anything goes against the laws of nature, problems will happen. Seek balance at all levels.