I was a bouncer for 5 years. I bounced in Seatac at a club that used to be called Club Zeus it was right next to the original Powerhouse Gym which was owned by Shake, the most notorious street fighter in Washington turned Christian. He was trained by Zura Goodpaster who was the student of Frank Dux and he taught Jean Claude Van Damme for his roll depicting Frank Dux. His dojo was next to my instructor, Michael Cairnes. (https://adstc.wordpress.com/2013/11/13/a-note-from-master-ten-ton-tiger/)
Club Zeus was two floors and had a 900 capacity. Our main clientele was Samoan because we were right next to one of the largest Samoan neighborhoods in Seattle. Their is a huge black ghetto in Seattle too, one night a week (thursdays) we had SHUT THE DOH! An AM radio station would come and promote their thing there with booty shaker competitions. I also danced and was getting to the end of my stripping career so Darnel used to use me as a ringer and get me to dance at his other clubs.
After that I went on to bounce in Downtown Seattle at some very well known places, I bounced at a club known as Neighbors, that is a discotec owned by a Moroccan family. Some people thought of it as a Gay Night Club. I was always a deep thinker, one of the things I always thought was interesting was a situation that kept coming up. I refer to it as the bouncers trilemma. Inevitably somebody would start acting stupid, and often times they had a friend. Now, it was my job to confront the antagonist. Sometimes (all too frequently) that person would not back down. Now the “friend” for some stupid reason or another thought it was their job to emotionally support the person acting like an idiot. This is called enabling.
As a positive term, “enabling” references patterns of interaction which allow individuals to develop and grow. These patterns may be on any scale, for example within the family, or in wider society as “enabling acts” designed to empower some group, or create a new authority for a (usually governmental) body.
In a negative sense, “enabling” can describe dysfunctional behavior approaches that are intended to help resolve a specific problem but in fact may perpetuate or exacerbate the problem. A common theme of enabling in this latter sense is that third parties take responsibility or blame, or make accommodations for a person’s harmful conduct (often with the best of intentions, or from fear or insecurity which inhibits action). The practical effect is that the person himself or herself does not have to do so, and is shielded from awareness of the harm it may do, and the need or pressure to change. Enabling in this sense is a major environmental cause of addiction.
A common example of enabling can be observed in the relationship between the alcoholic/addict and a codependent spouse. The spouse may attempt to shield the addict from the negative consequences of their behavior by calling in sick to work for them, making excuses that prevent others from holding them accountable, and generally cleaning up the mess that occurs in the wake of their impaired judgment. In reality, what the spouse is doing may be hurting, not helping. Enabling can tend to prevent psychological growth in the person being enabled, and can contribute to negative symptoms in the enabler. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enabling
I tried to solve the problem like this, I would tell the enabler, “If you are this person’s friend, what you should do is control them, because what is going to happen if you keep escalating the situation is that they might get their ass kicked by me, and then the police are going to come and take them to jail.”
HOW DOES THIS PERTAIN TO ISLAM
Peaceful Muslims keep on telling us that Islam is a religion of peace. While the entire civilized world sees the fallout of the global Jihad. “Peaceful Muslims” are enabling the “Radical Muslims”. Stop telling me that Islam is a religion of peace. Stop paying zakat and funding jihad. Stop sympathizing with ISIS as polls show many of you do. Stop acting like the Muslim Brotherhood isn’t recruiting people out of Mosques for violent martyrdom in the United States as well as elsewhere.
What you need to do is turn around and exert an influence on your retarded, unevolved, cousin. I don’t think the “peaceful Muslims” are going to protect us from the “Radical Muslims” it seems that the Radical muslims have no problem killing the peaceful muslims. So it begs the question, why are the Peaceful Muslims not changing their tack? Do they think lying to us about the nature of Islam is going to deceive us? or prevent them from being executed or radicalized? That is just stupid. That is lemming talk.