What do I mean when I say suicide-by-democracy?

What is suicide?

According to the Meriam-Webster dictionary “SUICIDE is the act or an instance of taking one’s own life voluntarily and intentionally.

What is democracy?

According to Meriam-Webster dictionary DEMOCRACY is a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections.

For those unaware, Democracy is based on the teachings of the Hebrew Bible: all people are born with equal intrinsic value, all life is sacred and we have free-will. It is free-will that makes freedom possible but can also take it/give it, away.

I am suggesting, or rather stating, that the “democratic” policies  based on extreme tolerance, inclusion, accommodation, equity and diversity are leading us down the path to suicide-by-democracy.

Let’s take a look at America, Israel, France, and then Hungary.

Suicide-by-democracy in America

In America, the home of the brave and the land of the free, there are people in government who are religious Muslims. Why does that matter, you ask?
Because Islam is not compatible with Western Values. How do I know?
Because Islam says so.

ICNA (Islamic Circle of North America) Canada shares in the book, Riyad us Saliheen

“The political system of Islam is totally incompatible with western democracy. The concept of government party and the opposition is alien to Islam. All belong to one Ummah with only one goal and pursue the same aims and objects of Islamic guidelines.”

But in our desire to be accommodating, inclusive, tolerant, diverse and equitable we allow people who are against our values to rule over us.

Nothing like electing people calling for your demise. Who needs a tyrant to take over?

And in Minneapolis the government has said “yes” to the Muslim call to prayer, ADHAN, which means, listen. It is shared five times a day; 365 times a year for all to hear.

Silly me. I thought Religious Freedom in the West is the right to follow one’s religious beliefs, at home or in their House of Worship, and never impose it on others.

What are they praying?

Allahu Akbar – God is Great

Ashhadu an la ilaha illa Allah – I bear witness that there is no god except the One God.

Ashadu anna Muhammadan Rasool Allah – I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of God

Hayya ‘ala-s-Salah – Hurry to the prayer (Rise up for prayer)

Hayya ‘ala-l-Falah – Hurry to success (Rise up for Salvation)

Assalatu khairum-minan-naum – Prayer is better than sleep (This part is only recited for morning prayers.)

Allahu Akbar – God is Great

La ilaha illa Allah – There is no god except the One God


Muslims also repeat the following prayer, 5 times a day which talks about Christians and Jews. In Canada Muslims are permitted prayer rooms during school.

Verse no. 7 of-of Al-Fatiha.

The following are excerpts from the book (p. 338-340):

“All commentators are agreed that those who incurred Divine wrath and those who went astray are the Jews and Christians respectively. A prayer to be safeguarded against these mischiefs, not to be included among those who went astray, nor among those who incurred Divine wrath, has been taught. This must be repeatedly offered in the five daily Prayer services. It is thus clear that this is the biggest and most serious mischief which must be safeguarded against. It should be called the mother of mischiefs… Those who incurred Divine displeasure are the Jews, and those who went astray are the Christians…”

It’s OK to demean and denigrate Christians and Jews in the West because we are tolerant, inclusive, and accommodating.

But, hey it’s a democracy…right?

Suicide-by-democracy in Israel

Israel, the only Jewish nation in a world of 195 countries, is coerced to open its doors to those who call for her extinction. These calls are made by the UN and the EU and America.

Although there are 50 Muslim countries, where Jews are not permitted, Muslims must be accommodated in Israel. And now, in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel for 3000 years, nearly four in 10 Jerusalemites are Muslim. Some 371,000 Muslims live in Israel’s capital, making up 38% of residents.

Let me repeat that. The CAPITAL of Israel: by decree of King David 3,000 years ago,

How odd that the most prominent building in Jerusalem is a Mosque – not a Temple- a mosque where people aggregate to call for the death of Jews.


A government led by Lapid and Bennett, included members of a an Islamist Muslim party, Ra’am, the political wing of the Southern Islamic Movement, an organization inspired by the Muslim Brotherhood whose platform calls for the destruction of Israel. It urges a right of return for Palestinian refugees, says “there can be no allegiance” to Israel, and deems Zionism a “racist, occupying project.”

You allow people to run for government who have declared their desire to kill all of you because they know you, as a country, have no right to exist. So you let them form a government with you despite their call for your death.

But, hey it’s a democracy…right?

Can you imagine a Muslim country with people in government who call for the death of Islam?
OK. Never.

And just because Israel is the only Jewish country in the world, that’s no reason to stop missionaries – Right? I mean Israel is a tolerant, inclusive, accommodating country and of course it is imperative that she allow people to come into the country and try to get Jews to give up Judaism for the sake of Jesus. Why not? Why should Jews have any safe place in this world to be Jews?

But, hey it’s a democracy…right?

But, today, the prize goes to France: home to the five basic ideas of the Enlightenment: reason, nature, happiness, progress and liberty; the most important of which was the doctrine of Liberty.

Here is France, today after opening its doors to unlimited, unregulated immigration.


And then this. “We are going to make a Shoah”. Yes, indeed. Muslims in France, upset that a police officer (not Jewish as far as I am aware) shot a Muslim, so they decided to molest the Holocaust Memorial to the Martyrs of the Deportation. The memorial commemorates 200,000 Jews who were deported from France to Nazi concentration camps during World War II. What do the Jews have to do with any of this? Does it matter?

Here’s more to watch 

And here

We have refused to learn the lesson that appeasement (inclusion, accommodation, tolerance, diversity, equity) breeds contempt for the appeasers.

Each time a democracy bends the knee to the appeaser, the appeaser grows stronger; his testosterone levels go higher, his roar becomes louder and so we appease, again, until we are eaten.

The lesson to be learned:

Don’t be fooled by offers of friendship from a creature on the hunt for an easy meal.

While this is taking place, countries which do not promote the religion of tolerance, inclusion and accommodation are often attacked for being racist or far right. Like Hungary. The elected leader, Orban, is accused of being authoritarian. Why? Is it that he won’t tolerate, include and accommodate values that are anathema to freedom? He is accused of being an anti-Semite for standing up to George Soros; a man who embraced the Nazis and looted Jewish homes. A man now at the head of the WEF: an unelected group of elites who are deciding for the 8 billion inhabitants of the earth how they will live and what they will eat.

Hungary believes in protecting the freedom of all who accept her values; based on the Hebrew Bible. Simple. There are billions of people around the world who yearn for freedom, from tyrants and tyrannical ideologies: ideologies that refuse to accept that all people are born with equal intrinsic value, all life is sacred and we have free will-the right and obligation to choose. Hungary has been attacked for having the unmitigated gall of promoting and protecting these ideals.

I leave you with this interview from NPR. Read the “Horrible” actions taken by Orban regarding family, faith and freedom.

You decide.

And then ask yourself, “Are we in the West, committing suicide by democracy?”


From the Ethics of the Fathers: “Rabbi Tarfon used to say, it is not incumbent upon you to complete the task, but you are not exempt from undertaking it.”