Beyond the President and the Mosque.

For those of you who are watching the endless debates on CNN: Should the president get involved in the local issue of building a Mosque near ground zero? (who cares). Should the FBI or the CIA find out the source of the 100 million dollars earmarked for the project? (who cares). Does the US Constitution permit to build a Mosque near ground zero? (yes, it does, but who cares). Polls show that most Americans oppose the building of the Mosque (who cares, only Obama should worry about polls). Is the man behind building the Mosque less anti-American than Obama’s Reverend Wright was? (who cares). Senator Reed, the democratic whip, 3rd man in succession to the presidency is against building the Mosque (who cares).  Do the few Moslems who live in New York really need a 4th Mosque? (who cares).  Are political reasons influence the building a Mosque in that particular spot? (who cares). And all the other unimportant issues that people love to debate regarding the president and the Mosque (who cares).

Discard all these impotent issues and concentrate only on a simple psychological reality if you are practical. The Mosque will be built because the president says so –  he put 2 more leftist judges on the Supreme Court – and the Mosque is constitutional. These issues are interesting and the debates bring audience money to CNN – but they are meaningless to our future as Americans! There is only one issue to debate: Is the building of the Mosque good for world peace, good for America, good for Islam, good for Christianity, good for New York, good for Obama’s reelection, good for Saudi-Arabia, good for prosperity?

Any psychologist who does the analysis of the implications of a Mosque near ground zero, taking into account all the psychological, emotional, political, financial and religious ramifications in 2010 can come only to negative conclusions: Obama’s support for building the Mosque near ground zero will lose the Democrats votes in November and will threaten Obama’s chance for a second term as president in 2012. Future activities and sermons in the Mosque will slowly build up to greater tension and chasm between Islam and Christianity in the US and then the world. The Mosque near ground zero will become a rallying point for political Islam, the 4th most important Mosque in the world, after Mecca, Medina, Jerusalem and – New York!!!! (my main psychological conclusion).

Is that good or bad for future peace?

Christian and Moslem armies fought turf wars for 1400 years. This clash of civilizations is not politically correct to mention, but  Asia, Europe and the Middle East had change hands many times. Sometime the Moslems won, Spain, Turkey, and sometimes the Christians won, Palestine, Greece. Challenging the mighty USA in 2010 by building the Mosque near ground zero is a historical Islamic mistake. The United States is the only Christian super power nation left. Provoking it is a bad move by any psychological analysis of future relationships between these 2 great world religions, a Mosque near ground zero will not be seen by Christians as a move toward peace but as a political provocation: Islam is confronting Christianity in the city of 911, not a very smart Islamic move in this very real game of World Monopoly!

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