“Nobody who dies and finds good from God would wish to come back to this world even if he were given the whole world and everything in it, except the martyr, who – seeing the superiority of martyrdom – would wish to come back to the world to be killed again.” – Mohammed
Mohammedanism is the religion founded by Mohammed ibn-Abdullah. Aware that Jesus’ true teachings had been altered by Jews, he took it upon himself to provide an update to undo the corruption. However, as his career demanded him to motivate as many people as possible towards activism against Jewish domination and to end the intertribal wars throughout the region, he was forced to adapt his teachings depending on the occasion to suit his audience and political environment. This made them in turn vulnerable to corruption by both Judeo-Christian mythology and Bedouin traditionalism. Immediately after his death by Jewish poisoning, the power struggles between Fatimah and Ali (Shias) on one side and Abu Bakr and Aisha (Sunnis) on the other side began the process of degeneration, which has continued as its worldwide following increased. (Shia is more compatible with Fuehrerprinzip than Sunni, as Ali was directly appointed by Mohammed as his successor, whereas Abu Bakr’s, Umar’s and Uthman’s claims to succession were all based on democracy.)
The Koran was not compiled until several decades after Mohammed’s death, making it impossible to tell how much or how little of its content came from Mohammed himself. Of particular suspicion is that Ali’s personal manuscript - submitted only six months after Mohammed’s death, thus likely the most accurate version - was immediately rejected, and burned following the release of the ‘official’ Uthmanic version. (Some claim that Ali kept a second, secret text (the Jamia) of Mohammed’s teachings, which will reappear to the world during the end times.) Furthermore, the Gospel of Barnabas, in which Jesus predicts Mohammed’s coming, at the same time contains obvious contradictions with the Uthmanic Koran, so if the Gospel of Barnabas is authentic (as many anti-Zionist Muslim leaders (e.g. Muammar Gaddafi) believe it to be, since if it were a later pro-Islamic fabrication for the sake of validating Mohammed’s prophethood it could have been fabricated to agree completely with the Uthmanic Koran) then the Uthmanic Koran cannot be. Today, Zionist agents – including crypto-Jewish converts such as the ruling elite of Saudi Arabia - deliberately emphasize crude passages in the Uthmanic Koran, supposedly on the simplistic grounds that later revelations abrogate earlier revelations. In contrast, Hitler and post-WWII National Socialists such as David Myatt emphasize the noble passages regardless of chronology, understanding that Mohammed’s actual ideals were best expressed (and probably more accurately preserved) during discussions with followers of high quality, which occurred infrequently and discontinuously. Hitler had also considered the possibility of one day promoting Mohammedanism as the default Waffen SS religion on account of its designed compatibility with military lifestyle.
“The only Prophet I admire is the Prophet Mohammed.” – Adolf Hitler
The term “Islam” (submission), popularly and erroneously used to refer to Mohammedanism as a whole, in fact refers only to the lowest level of Mohammedanism, which happens to be the most well known due to its coverage of sociopolitical issues. All who admit the soundness of loyalty to one god rather than to many, and who outwardly adhere to the minimum rules of behaviour set out by Mohammed, are considered Muslims – submitters to God. Thus Islam on its own is a form of traditionalism without regard for inner quality, hence cannot be satisfactory for Aryans.
Islamic rules of behaviour are best understood in its historical context as a practical system of wartime social curfew/regulation in face of numerous problems from economic and financial issues to danger of enemy infiltration. It is quite obvious when reading the detailed and extensive instructions regarding hygeine and other subjects that most of Islam was primarily army camp administration. Mohammed himself ( “Prophet Mohammed, the Leader of a true “holy war” (i.e., of a ceaseless combat against the Forces of disintegration; against the Forces of the abyss).” – Savitri Devi ) lived to incomparably higher standards of honour and compassion than those of formalized Islamic law, and it is his personal example – not the emergency laws that he instituted - that we should follow and promote. To illustrate the contrast between the two, Islamic law forbids idolatry, but Mohammed himself exempted children’s dolls from confiscation because he acknowledged the sentimental difference between what idol statues mean to adults and what dolls mean to children.
“It is not enough to merely say: ‘I believe.’ Rather one must swear: ‘I will struggle.’” – Adolf Hitler
The terms “Iman” (piety) and “Ihsan” (numinosity) refer to higher levels of Mohammedanism. Only those motivated by their faith to improve their inner quality are considered Mumins – believers in God. And of these, only those who succeed in attaining a higher inner quality which spontaneously manifests in their actions, ultimately to the extent of radiating outwards and inspiring others towards the same, are considered Muhsins - excellent people. Thus Iman and Ihsan are essential for Aryans. David Myatt emphasizes: “One possible interpretation of the meaning of al-’aql is “awareness of the numinous” where by numinous is meant “the sacred”, the divine. An awareness of the numinous can dispose us toward what is good, and distance us from what is bad.”
Mohammed did not consider good inner quality conditional upon subscription to his own teachings. (While instructing that deceased unbelievers should not be prayed for, he prayed during the deaths of non-Muslims such as King Ashama of Axum, a Christian, whom he considered believers on account of character, not religion. He also considered non-humans and newborn humans to be believers by default, without religion involved at all.) Indeed Mohammed repeatedly emphasized that his attempt was not to establish a novel religion, but simply to re-seed the truth lost from older religions all over the world. Genuine Mohammedanism leads to universalism and non-conflict with other universalist religions, and conflict only with Judaism and other tribalist religions.
“I was complete, whole, at peace, there for everything made sense in those moments of prayer – especially my own mortality. For there, there was only me, the vast desert, the Sun, and Allah.” – David Myatt
Sufism is any version of Mohammedanism that de-emphasizes the Koran in favour of ascetically reiterating Mohammed’s spiritual journey itself, aware that whatever Mohammed could possibly have expressed in language was necessarily imperfect compared to what he had experienced directly. Rejecting the defeatist assumption that God cannot be accessed during life, it is by far the most sincere and positive form of Mohammedanism, since Mohammed himself clearly had contact with God during life, thereby demonstrating that it can be done – and if he could do it, why should others not try also? Furthermore, the most important of Mohammed’s theological teachings is monotheism (“Tahwid”). Only Sufi theology truly lives up to this by rejecting even the creator-creation model, considering not God as creator of the universe, but the universe as an illusion created by our own failure to see God. (The name ‘Allah’ referring to a creator god predates Mohammed, whereas Mohammed emphasized that his use of ‘Allah’ refers to a God totally separate and independent from the universe ie. not a creator god: “Allah, the One and Only; Allah, the Eternal, Absolute; He begetteth not, nor is He begotten.”)
Mohammed saw moreover that there are those in this world who actively perpetuate this illusion, who must be exposed and overthrown before the illusion can end. (“And the Jews will hide behind the rock and tree, and the rock and tree will say: oh Muslim, oh servant of God, this is a Jew behind me!”)