Islam is cleverly designed for unstoppable growth, from town to town, from country to country until it rules the world.
A meme (/ˈmiːm/ meem) is "an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture". 
says Wikipedia. We would add Islam as a group meme spreads from country to country, population to population.[Meme-explained-footnote 1]
Scientific Analysis needed
The following details of the ISLAM MEME should be studied and elaborated from points of view of meme specialists like Richard Dawkins, mathematical modelling of evolution [0a], computer virus analysis.
Islam is a meme, a computer program, a computer virus designed by a genius hacker (Allah?),programmed to slowly but surely spread all over the world.
- Spreads and mestastasizes: Islam has orders to spread to other countries. To conquer, financially exploit (Dhimmitude), convert by the sword, or exterminate other religions and cultures. [1a, 1b,
- Billions of copies: Islam's computer code (meme) is encoded in the Koran and Hadith. Millions of copies exist on paper and in people's mind. The computer program code is distributed world wide. Even when destroyed and exterminated in many places., it lives on elsewhere.
- Immune to change:: The code is Allah's word and must not be changed a bit.
- Adapts to situation and environment: Islam is adaptive. Its computer code changes depending on the environment. It depends on how much power it wields locally.
- Cloaks, hides, deceives: When in a small minority, Muslims behave submissively, are allowed to lie and deceive. Even most moderate Muslims are only lightly of the radical part of Islam. But the Koran has the seed of Jihad, so pious Muslims can be "radicalized" by teaching the jihadist aspects of the Koran.
- Military strategy under guise of religion: Virulent Jihadist Islam hides under the cloak of religion. It is an unfortunate coincidence that the Western World gives constitutional privileges and total freedom to all religions. In the intolerant middle ages this religious cloak would have been of no use.
- Immune to Anti-Virus: Once a Muslim, always a Muslim. The Koran prescribes the death penalty for Muslims who leave the folds. Islamic countries like Afghanistan put this punishment into their penal code.
- Favors fast growth, fast copying: Islam does everything to create more muslims, more muslim children. Women are dedicated to family and children. Men can have 4 wives, plus more slave women gained at wars. Plus the gains from Western culture's promotion of Islam
- Need Koran citations as proof? The Koranic expert at Islam Exposed has provided chapter and verse for many of the memes above. Find them here: Amplification of Key Concepts from The Terrifying Brilliance of Islam. (external link)
The Koran is our constitution, br /> the Prophet is our leader,
jihad is our path and
death in the name of Allah is our goal
“The Koran is our constitution, the Prophet is our leader, jihad is our path and death in the name of Allah is our goal,” [2012 Egyptian President] Morsi said in his election speech before Cairo University students on Saturday night. [Businessinsider]
Samuel Huntington spoke of Islam’s “bloody borders,” but until the modern era, the true scope of the horror was only realized by the victims living on those borders who were under constant attack (the ultimately unsuccessful and now condemned counter-jihad we call the Crusades being the notable exception). Five hundred or a thousand miles from Islam’s bloody borders, it was always difficult to make people understand the existential threat Islam presented to all non-Muslim societies. After its early rampant “break out” period, when seen in the context of each generation, Islam appeared to be merely biting off one more small slice of territory at a time. And on it marched, generation after generation, always moving forward, rarely being pushed back, impervious to self-examination or reformation, as deadly in our modern times as it was at the beginning. [source]
Footnote 1 - BACK
A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols, or practices that can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with a mimicked theme. Supporters of the concept regard memes as cultural analogues to genes in that they self-replicate, mutate, and respond to selective pressures. [Wikipedia]
Dawkins used the term to refer to any cultural entity that an observer might consider a replicator. He hypothesised that one could view many cultural entities as replicators, and pointed to melodies, fashions and learned skills as examples. Memes generally replicate through exposure to humans, who have evolved as efficient copiers of information and behaviour.
Because humans do not always copy memes perfectly, and because they may refine, combine or otherwise modify them with other memes to create new memes, they can change over time. Dawkins likened the process by which memes survive and change through the evolution of culture to the natural selection of genes in biological evolution.
Dawkins defined the meme as a unit of cultural transmission, or a unit of imitation and replication, but later definitions would vary.
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