“History, I believe, furnishes no example a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government.” – Thomas Jefferson
The cause behind the monstrous violence and the inhuman savage behaviors from the part of Islamist psychopaths lies in the fact that outdated fanatical barbaric Islamist teachings and propagandas are still used by all the totalitarian and bestial Arab-Islamic thug regimes and poured daily and incessantly through mass media, mosques and schools.
Their purpose is to destroy the natural human reason of their enslaved populations, to strip them of their humanity and to imprison them in ignorance before turning them into intolerant bloodthirsty beasts or zombies. This serves the double objective of accelerating the transformation of the terrorized and unprotected majority of their peoples into easily manipulated sheep and maintaining eternally their cruel despotic tyrannies over them.
Thomas Jefferson, the third US President, once accurately said that “man, once surrendering his reason, has no remaining guard against absurdities the most monstrous, and like a ship without a rudder, is the sport of every wind. With such persons, gullibility which they call faith, takes the helm from the hand of reason, and the mind becomes a wreck.”
To cure the world from antihuman psychopathic Islamism, the defenders of human rights worldwide must call for the abolishment of the current Islamist educational system in Amazigh Algeria and the rest of Tamazgha (North Africa), both of which are still under the yoke of a despotic, barbaric and genocidal Arab-Islamist colonial tyranny, and for the setting up of a genuine modern secular educational system to be based on democratic and humanistic universalism.
What is also appalling and choking the human rights defenders in the Amazigh world is to see that, instead of advocating natural humanistic secular democracy everywhere in the world, the current US President, with the help of other world’s political leaders, is imposing Islamocracy–which, scientifically speaking, is nothing other than psychopathocracy–in North Africa. The world’s political leaders, who continue to turn a deaf ear to the desperate calls of the democratic and secular Kabyle and other Amazigh political leaders, such as the Tuaregs, have inhumanly chosen to work hand in hand with the tyrannical, genocidal Arab-Islamist colonial states to deprive Amazigh humanity of its humanistic secular democratic heritage and impose vicious, totalitarian, apocalyptic Islamic psychopathocracy as a system of government in the Amazigh world.
Thomas Jefferson warned us about the despotic and wicked nature of monotheistic religions. He once rightly said: “History, I believe, furnishes no example a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government.” To make things clearer, President Jefferson also pointed out that “in every country and in every age, the priest has been hostile to liberty. He is always in alliance with the despot, abetting his abuses in return for protection to his own. It is easier to acquire wealth and power by this combination than by deserving them . . . .”
By continuing to impose colonial, terroristic, psychopathic Arab-Islamist regimes in Tamazgha, the world’s political leaders are relegating the Amazigh peoples to the status of subhumans or second-class peoples so as to justify or facilitate, both internationally and domestically, their exclusion, oppression, and annihilation.
Every Tamazghan (North African) of Amazigh ancestry or from other ethnic background must be more aware than ever that Islam, through the fanaticism and terror of fascistic Islamism, has definitely been turned into a despotic, destructive political weapon in the hands of the foreign and domestic criminal enemies of the Amazigh humanity.
 – Thomas Jefferson and J. Jefferson Looney, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 7: 28 November 1813 to 30 September 1814 (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press , 2011), 248.
 – Allen Jayne, Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence: Origins, Philosophy, and Theology (Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, 1998), 101.
 – Ibid.