If anyone picked this up, read the first three chapters, and concluded that it was all rubbish then they would be well within their rights to do so. While there is a good display of competence and critique in the latter 6 chapters, they’re spaced quite horribly and jarring to read.
Can these self-stylized "rationalists" please rationally explain why they're falsely claiming to be Ex-Hindu groups?
How can anyone who claims to be threatened with death by Islamic Jihadists, then use the term "Hindu Jihadist" in reference to angry and thoughtless Twitter responses?
#BlockExMuslims Because They Hate Us #Hindus. If Ex-Muslims antagonize Hindus, then please consider taking part in this campaign and voluntarily block them all and be indifferent to whatever news involves them from now on.
With their willful attempts to stoke controversy, I've decided to make videos Exposing the scam that Ex-Muslims run at this moment and time.
Well, after extensively emailing Ali A. Rizvi, he seems to have doubled down on his lack of professionalism, general incompetence, and poor business management skills by deliberately deceiving his Secular Jihadist viewership. Update: After making this complaint, they've added the blog post as they had initially promised me.
It would seem that backlash helps. The Podcast was about my 5-part critique of Ex-MNA called The 5-Lenses. Here is the Link to The 5-Lenses blog post for newcomers: https://jarinjove.com/2020/03/16/five-lenses-1of5/
When treated unfairly, one can either bury one's head in the sand or challenge the unfairness directly to make a change. Link to full debate inside.
The Western Ex-Muslim movement is a scam. A group of misanthropic twitter whiners who seem keen on reframing Free Speech for their own convenience to stroke their own egos instead of working to genuinely help Ex-Muslims who need their human rights defended. I learned this the hard way by getting scammed by the Secular Jihadist podcast.
Look forward to it.
The Final Part of The Five Lenses: A Hindu Rebuttal Against Ex-Muslims of North America and their Ex-Muslim Cohorts.
To have faith in Pakistan is the moral and intellectual equivalent of having faith in the terrorist organization of ISIS creating a successful country. To identify as Pakistani is the moral and intellectual equivalent of self-identifying as a citizen of ISIS.