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A little storm in a tea cup incident occurred yesterday when i posted;
"Little kids singing nasyid is bizarro and fake"
Well allow me to just explore this topic. Kanak-kanak bawah umur mudah dilentur mindanya. Semudah Yuri dari Red Alert2 mengawal minda konskrip pihak lawan untuk berpaling tadah dan menjadi unit tentera Soviet.
When I was young I was in a Tadika ran by Al Arqam. Part of the syllabus in tadika was singing religious nasyid song. I was a wee lad of six and I knew nothing about having an opinions and naive enough to believe that adults are not always right. So we sang song about putting our lives on the line in the name of fisabilillah and jihad. We sang about the glory of the heavens for Martyr should be found ourselves killed by the infidels. We also sang about god is great and he will justly destroy those infidel bastards. While we are not afraid of dying in the name of Allah, we are also assured that since we are fighting in the right side we are most likely will not die due to Allah protection.
I was only 6 years old and I did believe that the lyrics of those nasyid are fucking legit. My mind was programmed to believe that dying in the name of Allah is something that we all should look forward to
Therein lies the problem. When I was in tadika it was in the early 80's and the Soviet-Afghanistan war was in full swing. I remember sitting in class dreaming of killing Soviets in the name of Allah. I was six years old. Don't any of you find this weird or morally wrong? All thanks to the "innocent" Nasyid song that we all sang at the tadika.
If you do some readings on your own you will be shocked to hear that Al Qaeda is using the exact same method to recruit underage boys into their Suicide Bomber squads. Some of the kids lucky enough to be rescued form these suicide school told reporters that they are told from a very young age that dying is awesome. Killing yourself is not a sin when you are talking a garrison full of infidels along with you.
Kids know fuck all about life. They are easily manipulated by adults with their own agenda.
Remember when you were in school back in the days? How you guys are brought up to believe that the government will do everything in the best intention of the rakyat. You guys remember how Mahathir is portrayed as the Uber-Malaysianmensch for single handedly transforming Malaysia? While this is true we also gloss over the "unsavory" things he did on the flip side.
We sang SETIA every day to instill loyalty to the Agong, Malaysia and our Barisan Nasional leaders.
How many of you feel slightly stupid for believing all that shit when you were young?
I know I did.
I am also angry that as a child the adults that were supposed to be responsible for molding me into a functional teenager use their position of power to force their views on me. I find it irresponsible that Muslim kids as young as 6 years old are told believe that dying is awesome. Killing infidels is even more awesome. This is why I said videos of kids singing nasyid are bizarro and fake.
How many of you guys can honestly say they are mature enough to make their own mind about the "truth" of religion at this age?
The mind of a child should not be poisoned with vile nasyid that expilicitly glorify violence of death. Last time I checked ALL MUSLIMS claims that Islam is the RELIGION OF PEACE. If this is the case why do you subject your minors to songs about wanting to be a SYAHEED and "mementang musuh Allah yang mahu menjatuhkan Islam" at such an young age? Again I say this practice is morally abhorrent and should not be tolerated especially in this day and age.
The whole point of posting the Christian religious video is to make you guys see how weird it is in the eye of an outsider. Now try watching that video again but this time change the lyrics to
"I will kill the infidels in the name of Jesus and I will gladly die in his honour so I will be resurrected in his kingdom"
What do you think? Still think the video is funny or silly? If you hear young Christian kids singing this song at a local church how would you feel?
Answers below. Now do you understand why I say kids singing Nasyid on TV is bizarro and fake? Bizarro and fake because you KNOW as an adult that these kids are FORCED to believe what they are singing about and they have no choice but to believe because RELIGIOUS INDOCTRINATION must start from a very young age. These are the facts and sadly enough when these kids grew up they will do exactly the same things to their own kids and this sirs and madams is a tragedy.
p/s : I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use. - Galileo Galilei