Exploring the Influence of the Radical Left on Muslims and the Failure of Marxist Revolution.

This video explores the influence of the radical left on Muslims and the failure of Marxist revolution during World War I. No mention of sponsorships or brand names or subscriptions.

00:00:02 A quick overview of refuting the left and the influence of the radical left on Muslims, while emphasizing the importance of framing matters from an Islamic perspective.

πŸ“š The lecture discusses the need for Muslim youth to understand and refute the radical left's claims and social justice warrior ideology.

🧩 Muslims are urged to approach these matters from an Islamic perspective and examine the historical origins and transmission of leftist ideology.

πŸ” The lecture briefly mentions the Protestant Revolution in the 1500s as the genesis of the leftist ideology.

00:03:15 The video discusses the Protestant Reformation and its impact on Western Europe, leading to the break-up of the Catholic Church and the Wars of Religion. It highlights the intolerance and conflicts among different sects of Christianity during this period.

πŸ“œ The Protestant Reformation movement aimed to reform the Catholic Church in Europe in the 1500s.

πŸ”€ Martin Luther's attempts to reform the Catholic Church led to the creation of Protestantism and its various sects.

πŸ’₯ The Wars of Religion in Western Europe from the 1500s to the early 1700s resulted in religious conflicts between different Christian sects.

00:06:28 Europeans in the 1700s split religion from the state and embraced a mindset of 'agree to disagree'. Colonialism led to wealth and the rise of the mercantile class, influencing the acceptance of usury and advancements through natural resources.

During a period of disagreement and conflict, Europeans began to separate religion from the state and adopt an attitude of agreeing to disagree.

The Protestant revolutions led to the diminishing influence of the Catholic Church and the emergence of different Christian sects.

Colonialism resulted in Europe becoming wealthy and the rise of a new mercantile class.

The exploitation of natural resources in colonies led to advancements and developments in Europe.

00:09:40 The video discusses how the era of enlightenment led to the push for less power of the church in society. It also mentions the spread of atheism in European society during the late 1700s through the French Revolution.

πŸ’‘ The era of enlightenment led to the focus on science and technology, which resulted in the industrial revolution.

πŸ’° As people gained wealth and power through mercantilism, they sought to diminish the influence of the church and religion.

πŸ”₯ The French Revolution in the late 1700s was marked by a strong anti-religious sentiment, leading to the spread of atheism and the persecution of clergy.

00:12:55 This video discusses the working conditions of factory workers in the 1800s and the widening gap between the rich and the poor. It explores Karl Marx's call for revolution to address these issues.

πŸ’Ό In the 1800s, workers in factories experienced poor working conditions and lived in crushing urban poverty, while the rich became wealthier.

🌍 Karl Marx emerged as a prominent figure in the mid to late 1800s, advocating for a revolution to address the class gap between the rich and the poor.

βš”οΈ In the early 1900s, World War I occurred, impacting the Marxist movement and its goals.

00:16:09 Summary: This video discusses the failure of Marxist revolution during World War I, with a focus on why it happened in Russia but not in Western Europe. No mention of sponsorships or brand names or subscriptions.

Marxism was taught as a religion-like theory, with the belief that poor people from different countries would unite to overthrow the rich, but this did not happen.

Nationalism prevailed over class loyalty during World War 1, as people chose to fight for their countries instead of uniting as the working class.

The revolution in Russia occurred because the working class had nothing to lose, while in Western Europe, there was still a chance for social mobility.

00:19:26 The video discusses the historical recruitment of minority groups by Marxists to agitate for revolution, highlighting the hypocrisy of those who claim to support equality and tolerance.

πŸ’‘ The video discusses how marxists recruited ethnic minorities, racial minorities, and women to agitate for change and revolution.

🌍 The goal of these recruitments was not equality, but rather to create chaos and unrest in society.

🀝 The speaker emphasizes the importance of examining the true beliefs and actions of left-wing individuals and questioning their claims of tolerance.

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