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555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Yemen's President Hang... · 1 reply · +1 points

Why nobody should take this man seriously, condensed version.
"The word “Islamophobia” has been in the news a lot this week, after TIME magazine ran a cover article wondering when America had become Islamophobic. So, is America Islamophobic? The question arises from the debate over the “Ground Zero” mosque and the lack of aid given to Pakistan after the epic floods. I’ve been startled by the level of irrational Islamophobia, especially on the right, that I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks because of these two stories."
-John J. Xenakis.

Here is what Xenakis believes:
US bombing of Hiroshima = Bataan Death March
Criticism of Islam = Islamophobia
Islamophobia = Xenophobia
Europe = Xenophobic
America = Xenophobic
America has always been Xenophobic
America waged a bloodbath war with Japan because we're racists
You can't criticize muslim scripture approving of raping slaves because the Catholic Church is full of pedophiles.
People who say islam condones rape are just stupid and misreading about polygamy
(*ahem* http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Muhammad/myths-...
America shouldn't be stupid and xenophobic worrying about the Ground Zero Victory Mosque.
TIME magazine ran a cover asking is America Islamophobic, Xenakis belies yes, especial among the right, because of the ground Zero Mosque and Pakistani floods.
Rwanda, Serbia, Nazi Germany, Italian Fascist = Christian Terrorism and genocide so we can't blame muslims for anything. Genocide is in our DNA and Christians are all just as much to blame.
Israelis are just as much to blame as Arabs for the conflict, it's mutual xenophobia.
WWII Fighting against Nazism = tribal warfare.
Wars are all about xenophobia that have no causes except hormones and our DNA.

The man has no qualifications in the realm he talks about, his profession is apparently in IT, but after getting divorced 30+ years ago he spent the next 15 years writing a book on male gender inequality which apparently he had to use a print on demand service to self publish because nobody would touch his book. Failing being an author, he tried to run for public office in Massachusetts in which he was an epic failure.
Now he's an expert on telling us, apparently twice a day every day of the month, that we're all just xenophobic flesh robots that can't help but engage in racist genocide against each other with no self control. Big peace has now become the John Xenakis show.
Here is a bullet point list of what Xenakis has said and believes. If you don't believe me I will post links/quotes.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - 31-May-11 World View -... · 0 replies · +1 points

Why nobody should take this man seriously, condensed version.
"The word “Islamophobia” has been in the news a lot this week, after TIME magazine ran a cover article wondering when America had become Islamophobic. So, is America Islamophobic? The question arises from the debate over the “Ground Zero” mosque and the lack of aid given to Pakistan after the epic floods. I’ve been startled by the level of irrational Islamophobia, especially on the right, that I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks because of these two stories."
-John J. Xenakis.
The man has no qualifications in the realm he talks about, his profession is apparently in IT, but after getting divorced 30+ years ago he spent the next 15 years writing a book on male gender inequality which apparently he had to use a print on demand service to self publish because nobody would touch his book. Failing being an author, he tried to run for public office in Massachusetts in which he was an epic failure.
Now he's an expert on telling us, apparently twice a day every day of the month, that we're all just xenophobic flesh robots that can't help but engage in racist genocide against each other with no self control. Big peace has now become the John Xenakis show.
Here is a bullet point list of what Xenakis has said and believes. If you don't believe me I will post links/quotes.

Here is what Xenakis believes:
US bombing of Hiroshima = Bataan Death March
Criticism of Islam = Islamophobia
Islamophobia = Xenophobia
Europe = Xenophobic
America = Xenophobic
America has always been Xenophobic
America waged a bloodbath war with Japan because we're racists
You can't criticize muslim scripture approving of raping slaves because the Catholic Church is full of pedophiles.
People who say islam condones rape are just stupid and misreading about polygamy
(*ahem* http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Muhammad/myths-...
America shouldn't be stupid and xenophobic worrying about the Ground Zero Victory Mosque.
TIME magazine ran a cover asking is America Islamophobic, Xenakis belies yes, especial among the right, because of the ground Zero Mosque and Pakistani floods.
Rwanda, Serbia, Nazi Germany, Italian Fascist = Christian Terrorism and genocide so we can't blame muslims for anything. Genocide is in our DNA and Christians are all just as much to blame.
Israelis are just as much to blame as Arabs for the conflict, it's mutual xenophobia.
WWII Fighting against Nazism = tribal warfare.
Wars are all about xenophobia that have no causes except hormones and our DNA.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Decoration Day 2011 · 0 replies · +1 points

LOL http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/x1386731140

Milford —

It would be an understatement to say that John Xenakis, a political novice from Framingham, is realistic about his chances of unseating state Auditor Joe DeNucci.

Xenakis, an Independent, likes to joke that an "earthquake or a tidal wave" would have to hit Massachusetts on Election Day for him to defeat the longtime incumbent.

"Obviously, DeNucci is going to win," the 58-year-old computer consultant conceded recently. "It's not like I'm in some state of denial about that."

Xenakis said he was recruited to run by gubernatorial candidate Barbara Johnson, a fellow Independent who is running a long-shot campaign of her own.

Johnson, an attorney from Andover, laughed when told of Xenakis' self-assessment.

"I look at a glass as half-full," she said. "John is a half-empty kind of guy."

Xenakis met Johnson for the first time earlier this year, when they traded messages in an online forum for advocates of fathers' rights.

Xenakis was discussing a book he wrote titled "Fraternizing with the Enemy: A Book On Gender Issues For Men ... And For Women Who Care About Men."

It took him 15 years to write the book, which was published in January by 1stBooks Library, an Indiana-based publisher of electronic and "print-on-demand" books.

"I have a stack of 100 rejection letters from literary agents," he said.

Xenakis said he started writing the book after he and his wife divorced in the 1980s.

"It covers a whole range of gender issues - sexual harassment, rape, domestic violence, marriage and divorce," he said. "There aren't any books on gender for men. They're all about women."

A self-employed computer consultant, Xenakis said he never considered running for office until Johnson asked him to join her ticket, along with her running mate, Joe Schebel, a carpenter from Westfield.

....

Xenakis, for his part, admits to spending more time working on Johnson's campaign than he has on his own. He hasn't tried to raise any money, either.

"Let's face it: Who's going to give me money to run for auditor?" he asked. "Would you?"

I guess since he's not a best selling author about gender studies, and he's not winning public office, and he's not making enough on installing network routers, he's going to explain why humans go to war and suffer instead.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Decoration Day 2011 · 0 replies · +1 points

I wonder if one of the editors for bigpeace buy into this snake oil or are they that desperate for columnists? Seriously I enjoy all of the 'Bigs' and have their RSS feeds on my phone so I can keep up on them. However I resent having to deal with this bozo twice a day just about!

Are we going to see this stuff next? http://www.fraternizing.org/frater.htm

And Xenakis' favorite debating technique is the star man. We'll find the straw man army buried under the emperor's tomb.

This is a quote from him. "You're going to do whatever you're going to do. So yes, you're a xenophobic far right mirror image of Jeaneane Garofalo, spreading hatred wherever you can. So I'm going to continue to assume the worst
about you, until I have a reason to believe otherwise." - John "routers" Xenakis.

This is talking about a member here (not me but might as well be since this is his response to everyone). We're all xenophobic racists except for him.

But in the subject of straw men, Xenakis' favorite straw men is US WANTS PAKISTANI MOTHERS TO DROWN! He keeps bringing this up, OVER AND OVER, about how everyone on big peace was happy that Pakistani women and children where drowning and we're all racist xenophobes.

Except he keeps posting here, twice a day, even though he thinks we're all racist xenophobes!

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Decoration Day 2011 · 0 replies · +6 points

Oh he loves that word Xenophobia.

"If we’re going to send our sons and daughters off to war in an explosion of mutual xenophobia that has no “cause” except the force of nature and the force of hormones on all sides, " -John J. Xenakis.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Decoration Day 2011 · 0 replies · +6 points

Another great Xenakism, the fight of Facism and Nazism = tribal warfare!
"Of course, we in the arrogant West think we’re above all that. People on both the left and right often portray Africans and Arabs as uncivilized tribal warriors who practice slaughter as a way of life, while we would NEVER do anything of the sort. However, the only real difference is that Africa and the Mideast are on different generational timelines from the West. “We” did exactly the same things, but we crammed it all into World War II." -John J. Xenakis.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Decoration Day 2011 · 0 replies · +4 points

Great now I can add another thing to the list of dumb stuff you have said.

"That’s not to say that the Bataan Death March, the slaughter on Normandy’s beaches, the firebombing of Dresden, or the nuking of Hiroshima were not horrible events. Atrocities are atrocities, no matter where they’re committed."
-John J. Xenakis.

How is that moral equivalency working out for you? Bataan Death March = Hiroshima? Excuse me, how many wars did the Bataan Death march end? You want to bring up the Rape of Nanking? How about the mass gang rape of Korean women by the Japanese?

"Comparing the 2004 attitudes to today’s attitudes, we can see that Europe has been trending increasingly towards xenophobia in general and Islamophobia in particular, a phenomenon we’ve also witnessed in America, as I’ve previously discussed. We also see xenophobia directed at America in the form of increasing anti-Americanism, which is another form of xenophobia."
-John J. Xenakis.

"The larger issue, that I described in my Islamophobia/Xenophobia article, is that xenophobia is growing around the world.
"Xenophobia is not new for Americans. In the 1930s, we hated the Japanese and feared the Germans, and we ended up in a bloodbath war with both of them. "
-John J. Xenakis.

"It's ironic that this subject is being raised at a time in history when the Catholic Church is facing a worldwide scandal over pedophilia
by priests. I researched this subject several years ago, and rape is NOT condoned by the Koran. However, the Koran DOES condone polygamy. People who want to discredit Islam have reinterpreted the texts about polygamy as rape. "
-John J. Xenakis.

*ahem* http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Muhammad/myths-....

"It astonishes me to see how oblivious the American public is to this threat. Anxious Americans will become Islamophobic and worry about grave threats from Pakistan because a mosque is being built, and yet will pay no attention to Chinese nuclear missiles pointed at America’s cities. It’s really remarkable."
-John J. Xenakis.

"The word “Islamophobia” has been in the news a lot this week, after TIME magazine ran a cover article wondering when America had become Islamophobic. So, is America Islamophobic? The question arises from the debate over the “Ground Zero” mosque and the lack of aid given to Pakistan after the epic floods. I’ve been startled by the level of irrational Islamophobia, especially on the right, that I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks because of these two stories."
-John J. Xenakis.

"Another moron. What about the Christians who perpetrated the Srebrenica massacre? Do you loathe all Christians too? And the only excrement I can see is coming from you. Yuk. "
-John J. Xenakis.

"You say that the Christian religion is better than the Islam religion, theologically. Well, I don't care about the theological point. I'm talking about the practical point. Are Christian men who murder and rape -- including the Nazis, the Fascists, the Rwandans, etc. -- are they any better than Muslims who do the same thing? The point is that men of all religions have the same hormones, the same DNA, the same nationalism and the same xenophobia. And as far as I can tell, they do exactly the same kinds of things (murders, rapes), irrespective of religion. So what makes one religion better than another, if the men who practice one religion do the same things as men who practice the other? "
-John J. Xenakis.

And of course he advocates moral equivalency between Israel and it's enemies.

"You're dead wrong about that. The mutual xenophobia between young generations of Arabs and Jews will continue to increase until it leads with certainty to a major, bloody new war. "
-John J. Xenakis.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Decoration Day 2011 · 0 replies · +4 points

Yeah tell me about it. Last I checked this is post number *SIXTY* in this month alone about his stupid generational dynamics future prediction magic theory.

I really wonder why Big Peace gives this guy the ability to post infomercials for his website on such a regular basis? if you read my responses to his posts, I provide ample quotes from Xenakis crapping all over America and the west.

It's quite shameful.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - Decoration Day 2011 · 0 replies · +6 points

Remember Xenakis is the same person who said WWII was about American xenophobia and hatred of the Japanese.

"The larger issue, that I described in my Islamophobia/Xenophobia article, is that xenophobia is growing around the world.
"Xenophobia is not new for Americans. In the 1930s, we hated the Japanese and feared the Germans, and we ended up in a bloodbath war with both of them. "
-John J. Xenakis.

I don't think we need a lesson about our military from someone who holds the US in such contempt.

555 weeks ago @ Big Peace - 30-May-11 World View -... · 0 replies · +2 points


sources:

"Comparing the 2004 attitudes to today’s attitudes, we can see that Europe has been trending increasingly towards xenophobia in general and Islamophobia in particular, a phenomenon we’ve also witnessed in America, as I’ve previously discussed. We also see xenophobia directed at America in the form of increasing anti-Americanism, which is another form of xenophobia."
-John J. Xenakis.

"The larger issue, that I described in my Islamophobia/Xenophobia article, is that xenophobia is growing around the world.
"Xenophobia is not new for Americans. In the 1930s, we hated the Japanese and feared the Germans, and we ended up in a bloodbath war with both of them. "
-John J. Xenakis.

"It's ironic that this subject is being raised at a time in history when the Catholic Church is facing a worldwide scandal over pedophilia
by priests. I researched this subject several years ago, and rape is NOT condoned by the Koran. However, the Koran DOES condone polygamy. People who want to discredit Islam have reinterpreted the texts about polygamy as rape. "
-John J. Xenakis.

*ahem* http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Muhammad/myths-....

"It astonishes me to see how oblivious the American public is to this threat. Anxious Americans will become Islamophobic and worry about grave threats from Pakistan because a mosque is being built, and yet will pay no attention to Chinese nuclear missiles pointed at America’s cities. It’s really remarkable."
-John J. Xenakis.

"The word “Islamophobia” has been in the news a lot this week, after TIME magazine ran a cover article wondering when America had become Islamophobic. So, is America Islamophobic? The question arises from the debate over the “Ground Zero” mosque and the lack of aid given to Pakistan after the epic floods. I’ve been startled by the level of irrational Islamophobia, especially on the right, that I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks because of these two stories."
-John J. Xenakis.

"Another moron. What about the Christians who perpetrated the Srebrenica massacre? Do you loathe all Christians too? And the only excrement I can see is coming from you. Yuk. "
-John J. Xenakis.

"You say that the Christian religion is better than the Islam religion, theologically. Well, I don't care about the theological point. I'm talking about the practical point. Are Christian men who murder and rape -- including the Nazis, the Fascists, the Rwandans, etc. -- are they any better than Muslims who do the same thing? The point is that men of all religions have the same hormones, the same DNA, the same nationalism and the same xenophobia. And as far as I can tell, they do exactly the same kinds of things (murders, rapes), irrespective of religion. So what makes one religion better than another, if the men who practice one religion do the same things as men who practice the other? "
-John J. Xenakis.

And of course he advocates moral equivalency between Israel and it's enemies.

"You're dead wrong about that. The mutual xenophobia between young generations of Arabs and Jews will continue to increase until it leads with certainty to a major, bloody new war. "
-John J. Xenakis.