Democracy is overtolerant of diversity. It is too broad-minded to take into account its causes. It is too highbrowed to be bothered by details. It is too practical and socially-oriented to delve into individual minds. It is too forward-thinking to worry about the possible relation of an archaic practice to ancient beliefs. It is too idealistic to be concerned with bodily matters. It overvalues intellectuality and fails to notice the obvious relation of pedocircumcision to piousness. And it is too ethical to admit the obvious relation of religious fundamentalism to religious extremism.
Democrats associate suicide attacks with Islam but avoid questioning why this is so or blaming religion. They find no physical cause for the extremist tendencies of Islam and attribute them to cultural mental habits that they poorly understand. To Westerners suicidal terrorists are fanatics who just happen to be religious zealots: the ethnos, religion or genital state of the attackers has little to do with their political convictions. In democratic countries is even considered unethical that the ethnicity and religion of terrorists be inquired or announced. The fact that suicide attacks are a trademark of ethnic groups practicing child circumcision remains unnoticed or unarticulated. Perhaps this silence aims not to offend Jews by relating them, Judaism and pedocircumcision to terrorism. Jews, however, should not be offended by this relation because they practice neonatal circumcision.
The allegedly rational democratic outlook finds terrorist attacks illogical. To Westerners suicidal bombings are spontaneous human combustions[i] of unknown origin. They tend to perceive the fanatic explosions as supernatural exotic funeral fires of alien cultures.
It appears that the democratic value system has gone too cerebral. Arrogantly, it has distanced itself from the biological realities. And it stands to reason that the sexual repression and the erogenous desensitization that democracy tolerates have played a significant role in the history of this inadequate alienation. It seems that modern democracy owes a great deal of its irrationality to pedocircumcision.
Democracy overvalues beliefs. It is as if it fears them or is based on them, or both. Does democracy fear religion for its power? Or is democracy a religion by its very nature that has replaced priests with politics?
The naivety of egalitarianism incorporates problems in democracy. Democracy is hemi-realistic and hemi-idealistic which makes it hypocritical by necessity. It unquestioningly combines spiritual and materialistic elements hoping they will somehow manage. Democracy is too permissive and irrational to question beliefs and is too mercantile to fail to make use of religions.
Is equality irrational? Or is irrationality self-governing in democratic ways? Is democracy a compromise between facts and fiction? The existence of religious governments such as theocracies,[ii] parliamentary monarchies,[iii] religious democracies,[iv] as well as of state religions[v] seems to solve the puzzle.
This makes comprehensible why democratic societies are so reluctant to see that inculcating religiousness upon children is a serious violation of psychic integrity and that pedocircumcision has far-reaching consequences on mentality. This also makes clear why legislation in Western democracies is still lingering over the recognition of the fact that pedocircumcision is a severe neuropsychological intervention that creates emotional sub-races?
Whether pedocircumcision is a criminogenic factor cannot become known within a democratic system that a priori defends it and justifies religious motivation. Pedocircumcision is innocent until proven guilty but it cannot be proven guilty without being abolishing for a long period of time.
It is a biological fact that circumcision decreases erogenous sensitivity. It is a statistical fact that routine pedocircumcision increases the frequency of both spiritual and artistic quests. It seems that pedocircumcision sets souls on fire. It ignites a spiritual fire that warms up various activities ranging from artistic fervour to suicidal bombing. And it also makes democracy helpless to admit this.