How the West Came
Dominate the Whole Wide World?
By Brother: N. Awan
15th century, Christian Europeans began making oceanic voyages of
discovery. Very quickly, these voyages led to the outright economic,
political and religious domination of the globe. This domination
lies at the heart of the problems facing Muslims today.
Why were Europeans the only ones to discover and conquer the world,
notwithstanding the Church's lie to them, that the earth was flat
and if anyone sailed too far, they would fall into Hell! They were
not only inward-looking, illiterate and misguided but oppressed
by their clerics who victimised them through inquisitions, witch-hunts
and charges of heresies. How was it possible for a society with
such characteristics to even dream about discovering, and conquering
The fact is, the very institution that misguided its followers,
also sent them on a Naval Crusade in the guise of explorers, traders
Following the destruction of Baghdad
in 1258 AD by Christian-backed Mongols, the remaining intellectual
Islamic states were in Africa. Africa was home to several Islamic
universities, namely Fez, Timbuktu, Jenne and Al-Azhar, with many
faculties including Law, Medicine, Grammar, Building, Crafts, Manufacturing
and Geography which attracted scholars from all over the Muslim
world. Even though, two-thirds of the world's supply of gold came
from West Africa during the Middle Ages, more profit was made from
the sale of books. Arabic was not only the language of religion
and learning, but it was also the language of trade and commerce.
This is not surprising
because Islam is a universal religion. Allah (swt) is the Lord of
the East, and the West [73:9]. Furthermore, the Last Prophet (saw)
was sent to the whole mankind, the Last Message had been delivered
and Islam had been completed [5:4]. Muslims were inclined to practice
trade, Dawah, Jihad, migration, etc.
In addition, Muslims
were sailors, geographers, astronomers and scientists. For example,
in 793 AD, Al-Biruni, an Afghan scientist in the Punjab had calculated
the earth's circumference and thus, Muslims had ascertained that
the earth was round 700 years before the Europeans.
Muslims faced few obstacles in spreading Islam throughout the world.
When the Church discovered that Muslims from West Africa were actually
doing so, they launched the Naval Crusade and the brutal slavery
of West Africans.
Many people are under
the impression that the primary reason for these events was economics.
History books have been written to openly talk about the evils of
slavery, racism, economic exploitation, etc.. in order to hide the
Prior to secularism,
religion played a dominant role in all civilisations including the
Ancient Egyptians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Europeans and
Indians. In fact, it still does so right up to the present day.
The concept of secularism is about 200 hundred years old. Thus,
all historical events should be interpreted using the religious
reference frame, and not the secular, economic, or even geo-political
By critically analysing
the Kuffar's so called scholarly writings using the Islamic reference
frame, we find that they shrewdly attempt to remove, hide or ridicule
the role of Muslims in world history. However, they often reveal
the very opposite of what was intended. These history books supply
the very evidence they thought to suppress or record significant
facts of which they were ignorant. Even Shaytan cannot write a book
completely devoid of truth
In 1457, the Council
of Cardinals met in Holland as a righteous and progressive idea,
the enslavement of Africans for the purpose of their conversion
to Christianity and exploitation in the labour market as chattel
property. This devilish scheme quickly gained the sanctimonious
blessing from the Pharaoh (Pope) and became a standard policy of
the Catholic Church, and later of the Protestant churches.
A bull of Pharaoh Nicholas
V instructed his followers to `attack, subject, and reduce to perpetual
slavery the Saracens, Pagans and other enemies of Christ, southward
from Cape Bojador and including all the coast of Guinea'.
Having launched inquisitions
in France and Italy, the Church extended it to Spain in 1481 to
kill or forcibly convert Muslims. On 2nd January 1492, the last
Muslim foothold in Spain, Granada was invaded by Christian armies,
thus ending about 700 years of Europe's Islamic civilisation.
When Granada fell,
the Spanish monarchy appointed Columbus a Genoese seafarer `to go
by way of the West to India'. Columbus set sail in the name of the
Trinity from the harbour of Palos on 3rd August 1492. He sailed
down the West coast of Africa to some outlying islands, then straight
across the Atlantic Ocean.
On the very first page
of his diary, Columbus describes the humiliating end of the Muslims
in Granada. He then goes on to state the objective of his journey
to the lands of India to meet the Great Khan, who like his predecessors,
had many times appealed to Rome to instruct him in Christianity,
to combat the religion of 'Mahomet' and all idolatries and heresies.
He also wrote that
he hopes in God to find gold mines and spices in great quantities
that within three years, Spain would undertake and organise themselves
to go to conquer the Holy Sepulchre, for all the wealth gained in
the enterprise should be spent on the conquest of Jerusalem.
By 1500, a number of
royal marriages took place linking the Spanish monarchy with that
of Hapsburg possessions in Austria, Germany and Holland. Spain became
a global empire, stretching from Vienna to Peru! Charles V, who
held more than 60 royal titles declared: `in my realm the sun never
sets'. The Church which often arranged these royal marriages began
to think a universal Christian empire had at last been achieved.
The destruction of
Al-Andalus was planned, to ensure that Muslims from Africa could
not assist their co-religionists in Europe. With two year's preparation
and a papal bull, a Crusade was launched in 1415 against Ceduta,
a Muslim stronghold and a trading centre on the African side opposite
to Gibraltar. A well armed Portuguese Armada, supported by a contingent
of English archers overwhelmed Ceduta within a day.
The Portuguese set
out with the intention of uniting the Christian forces of Europe
with those of Africa, namely Ethiopia in an all out war against
the Muslims and to make their state into a vast African-Indian empire,
stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean and bigger
than the continent of Europe. To achieve this the Church had given
the Portuguese organisational skills and uninhibited aggressiveness
to go forth to conquer and dominate.
The early Portuguese
were not traders or private adventurers, but aggressors with a royal
commission to conquer territory and promote the spread of Christianity.
In July 1497, Vasco
Da Gama set sail from Lisbon. unlike previous Portuguese expeditions,
Da Gama continued sailing further down the West coast of Africa
and north along the East African coast. With the help of an Arab
pilot borrowed from Malindi inmodern Kenya, Da Gama entered the
IndOcean and arrived at Calicut in 1498.
A second expedition,
consisting of thirteen ships and 1200 soldiers, under the command
of Cabral, was despatched in 1500. The sum of his instructions was
to begin with preaching, and, if that failed, to proceed to the
sharp determination of the sword. On reaching Calicut, Cabral established
factories in face of active hostility.
In 502 Da Gama sailed
again to the East, with a fleet of twenty vessels and thus began
the Crusade, Christianisation, conquest, and `commerce' of Africa
Once Spain and Portugal
had been used to establish strategic bases and ports in the Americas,
Africa, India and South-East Asia to contain the spread of Islam,
skilled and educated Europeans were then needed to hold and expand
the frontiers of newly acquired territories and `administer' the
resources in these lands, on a scale never seen in history. Their
aim was to ensure the social, economic, political, technological,
military and spiritual domination of the world by the West to this
To achieve this, the
Church created, financed and organised a New Order, in which religious
reformation, scientific and economic revolution simultaneously took
place, namely Protestantism, modern science and capitalism respectively.
The result of this New Order was the displacement of Catholic Spain
and Portugal by Protestant France, Holland, Germany, Britain, etc.
However, the foreign
policy of the `enlightened and progressive' Protestants was exactly
the same as the Catholics, namely the slavery, genocide, theft,
Christianisation of non-white, non-Western, non-Christian people,
but at increased levels of magnitude and efficiency.
Now, educated Europeans
could design and build machines, fight wars using mechanised armaments,
obey complex orders given by factory managers and military leaders;
seize and `cultivate' resources including people (slavery) and commodities
(colonialism), and distribute them around the world as inputs to
the factories of the Industrial Revolution or as finished products
to the colonies. The globalisation of trade in `stolen goods' was
sanitised by the term, Capitalism. The trade was financed by the
largest owners of capital, namely the Church and Jews, underpinned
by usury, sanitised by the term, 'interest'. As Catholics were taught
that indulging in usury was akin to sodomy, the Protestant order
was taught no such thing, thereby enabling its global implementation
and thus causing so much misery for the masses today. Little wonder
that the capitalistic theories of Adam Smith -a Jew- are still popular
When King Henry VIII
broke away from the Church, he started building Britain's first
Navy. The Protestant British Empire was built on Naval power and
ruled one quarter of the world. India was not the jewel in the Crown
but the engine of the Empire providing men and materials for the
Mother Country. One of the very last countries colonised by Britain
was Palestine in 1917, when the British Army General entered Jerusalem
declaring: `Today the Crusades have ended'. Soon after, the British
Empire started to 'unravel' when nationalists from India demanded
independence. Palestine was colonised to protect the route to India.
In 1947 Palestine was handed over to the Zionists. The never forgotten
objective of the Church, the recapture of Palestine, had finally
Having been previously
expelled from European countries, the Jews returned under the New
Secular Order, to dominate the socio-economic, political and foreign
affairs of the Gentiles (non-Jew) by indirectly ruling the Church.
In addition, two large Gothic Cathedrals were built, the House of
Lords (for clergy, royalty, feudals) and House of Commons and a
replica of St. Peter's Basilica -the White House, from where `Democracy'
could be practised to freely and democratically elected secular
Western governments to continue to fight Islam and Muslims and support
the Zionist cause in Palestine in the 20th Century.
For the East, the Church
created another Order using Jews like Karl Marx but based on extreme
secularism (Communism) to conquer those countries with strong religious
values like China and Africa. However, this Order, comparable in
result to British Imperialism, ended in failure in Afghanistan
It is the same old
Pharaohnic System that was behind the pagan Greek and Roman Empires,
following the collapse of Ancient Egypt. The Greek and Roman religion
was based on classical myths and legends.
they go through: Pharaohnic, Greeco-Roman, Catholicism, Renaissance,
Protestantism, Colonialism, Secularism, Democracy, Nationalism,
Zionism, Communism, Cold War, New World Order, etc. it is still
the same old battle between belief and disbelief. Each New Order
strengthens them to fight Islam and prepares Palestine for their
The battle continues...