Recomand adevaratilor conservatori, dar si rasistilor si marxistilor neoconservatori precum Aligica – Neamtu – Volo Tismaneanu – Patapieivici (clubul ignorantilor cu ifose academice) care scriu in favoarea oligarhiei transumaniste, acest text de zile mari al filosofului conservator Roger Scruton despre distributismul Profetului Mohammed. Reamintesc marxistilor neoconservatori si rasistilor ca dl Patapieivici a scris un eseu in ID, pe cand era „derector”, in care sustinea ca a fi liber inseamna a insulta islamul, articolul se intitula ceva in genul „Dreptul de a insulta islamul”.
We need to remoralize the economy, and the Prophet’s views are a good starting point.Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Everybody has an opinion about what we ought to do to fix our dreadful financial situation. Here’s a thought: why not listen to Muhammad? True, the Prophet did not hold an economics degree, nor was he a fixture on noisy cable chat shows about finance. Times have changed since the seventh century. But Muhammad knew a thing or two about human nature, which has not changed.
A verse of the Koran says: “Oh ye who believe, do not eat up your property among yourselves in vanities” (An-nisa, 4, 29). This is one of many verses and hadiths interpreted as forbidding interest, insurance, and the trade in debts. The Prophet was appalled by the sale and purchase of unreal things, especially when people sought to forestall the will of God by selling something that they did not possess or which they might never be called upon to provide. Traditional Islamic law therefore forbids many of the commercial constructs that we take for granted: for example, limited liability, which permits people to escape from the consequences of what they do by wearing a corporate mask.
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