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Sindrevike

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#1 13 years ago

"One of the few things that I do find truly depressing are Islamic fanatics and those Americans on the radical left who defend their atrocities. I can't be the only person who finds it peculiar that the very same people who break out in a cold sweat over the slightest overlap of church and state in the United States – who despise evangelical Christians and distrust orthodox Jews – have no problem arguing on the side of people who speak of jihads and who treat their women like chattel. What I find most disconcerting about these Muslims is that they almost manage to make the Nazis look normal by comparison. This is not to suggest that Hitler and his butchers weren't abominable. Hitler was an evil lunatic who wished to wage war on mankind, and thus turn "Deutschland uber alles" into more than a catchy slogan. But at least the world he set out to conquer was the world of the 20th century. You have only to look at Berchtesgaden, his palace in the mountains, to understand that the man loved excess. He may have been a vegetarian, but the little bastard was a hedonist at heart. Der fuhrer and his cohorts appreciated art and music, architecture and film, beautiful women and shnapps. The only thing that makes the Nazis worse than the barbaric Islamics is that, being technologically advanced, they were more efficient killers. The world of the mullahs is the world of the Dark Ages. It is an ugly place and it smells like a sewer. It is as enlightened as a cesspool. It turns its back on life and it celebrates death. Its heroes are suicide bombers. Its motto is, better a dead martyr than a living child. Who would choose to live in such a world? Only the hopelessly insane. I say, whatever it costs to defeat this plague is well worth the price, just as the costs were justified to rid the world of the Third Reich. At times, I confess, I get downhearted because it seems such an impossible task. The Muslim terrorists, after all, seem to be everywhere in the world, blowing up buildings, blowing up people. We brought down Saddam Hussein – as we brought down Hitler – but still the fighting rages on in Iraq. How can we hope to defeat people who aren't merely fighting for a leader or a nation, but because of their religion, because Muhammad gave them their marching orders 1,400 years ago? Well, in spite of all that, I find reasons to be hopeful:

  • For instance, think about the French Revolution. One day, the French were ruled by a despotic king; the next day, "Voila!" they weren't.
  • One day, here in America, we had slavery; the next day, after 200 years, we didn't.
  • One day, Italy was being bossed around by a two-bit tyrant named Mussolini; the next day, he was in the town square, hanging upside down like a side of beef.
  • One day, the Soviet Union had a few hundred million Eastern Europeans under its brutal thumb; the next day it barely had a thumb.

But even more to the point, consider Japan. The Japanese who invaded China, Korea, Shanghai and Manchuria – and bombed the hell out of the American fleet at Pearl Harbor – thought they were on a holy mission on behalf of their emperor. Think of it as a jihad with soy sauce. Emperor Hirohito was more than a national leader – he was a god. He was as distant and mysterious as the great and powerful Wizard of Oz. When he went on the radio in 1945, after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, to announce to the nation that the war was over and that they had lost, his countrymen didn't know what to make of it. They had never heard his voice. Gods, for god's sake, don't talk on the radio. Because Hirohito was regarded as a deity, dying on his behalf had been regarded as a holy act. The Japanese, as you may recall, had had their own version of suicide bombers; they were called Kamikazes. They were pilots whose sole mission was to fly their explosive-laden Zeros directly into allied battleships and destroyers. Next stop, they were told: Paradise. Sound vaguely familiar? So ingrained in the Japanese was blind devotion to their emperor that, long after the war was over, isolated soldiers were found on South Pacific islands still defending their turf. They simply hadn't heard God on the radio. Who would have ever guessed that in no time at all, Japan would not only be a peace-loving democracy, but that its citizens would feel as free as the English to gossip about the royal family, and would revere baseball players above all other mortals? In other words, what so often seems impossible to imagine only means that imagination is often lacking. From all this, I find hope that the Islamic necrophiliacs will go the way of the Visigoths and the Huns, Napoleon and the Nazis. I believe we will destroy them because, having vowed to destroy all of us – even those who speak on their behalf – they really leave us no choice in the matter. I am curious about one thing, though. When Arab terrorists speak about martyring themselves so they can go directly to Paradise, is their vision of the place as desolate and as gruesome as the world they're trying to foist on the rest of us? Does it at least have indoor plumbing"? -- Burt Prelutsky




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#2 13 years ago

so?




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#3 13 years ago
'Dreadnought[DK']so?

That's the wrong question, theres nothing to add, it's just some article off some website.




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#4 13 years ago
because Muhammad gave them their marching orders 1,400 years ago?

what marching orders?

There are many misquoted verses.If you want I can show it to you.

The world of the mullahs is the world of the Dark Ages. It is an ugly place and it smells like a sewer. It is as enlightened as a cesspool. It turns its back on life and it celebrates death. Its heroes are suicide bombers. Its motto is, better a dead martyr than a living child. Who would choose to live in such a world? Only the hopelessly insane.

My Quran teacher is a Mullah or Moulana or Maulvi.He lives besides my house and its not like a sewer.He condemned and hates Al Qaida.His motto is better live peacefully than live in violence.

Obviously you can discuss about Islam and even disrespect it Allah has given freedom for that too but its best if one reads the Quran first .The "kill " verses in the Quran speak of events.

Mullahs or Mollahs or Moulanas are actually regarded as teachers, and people who have done study of the Quran.




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#5 13 years ago

The radical left don't justify their attacks, they just know why we are attacked and don't care to want to get involved with the bullshit rights plan of 'liberating' the world. And they don't buy this bullshit about terrorists attacking us because of our money, wealth, and freedom. They attack us because of 60 years of bad foreign policy, and using and abusing their land. That is it. End of story. They don't like us. They want to make us pay and leave the middle east. We leave the middle east, the world becomes a better place. All the terrorists are created by our actions. All the terrorists in Iraq are a result of our involvement in Iraq. Al Queida is a result of America. Americans do not understand terrorism or the terrorists themselves. The American leadership is brainwashing Americans into thinking we are being attacked because of our wealth. If that was the case, all of Europe would be getting attacked. But do you see any European countries besides those that help us getting attacked? No.




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#6 13 years ago

agreed.You said it very well.Maybe Israel forcibly wresting lands from the Palestinians may be the start of this middle east terrorism.




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#7 13 years ago

Actually, it was the UN taking land from the Palestinians and giving it to the Jews. Their other optition was Uganda. The funny thing is, Idi Amin Dada, Uganda's dictator in the 1970s, provided safe haven for Palestinian and German terrorists who hijacked an Air France Airbus full of Israelis going from Tel Aviv to Athens to Paris.

The French did nothing. Instead, Israeli commandos swept in on the wings of C-130s, killed the terrorists, rescued the hostages, and blew the crap out of the Ugandan air force.

X-C, didn't you hear about the bombing in Egypt? They did not send soldiers into Iraq with us. In truth, the reason London was bombed was because its been brewing for years. Counterterror teams the world over call it Londonistan. Madrid was bombed because there was little popular support for the war, and they knew that if they bombed right before the election, the pro-US government would loose the election. But do you see any other countries being targeted? How many bombings have there been in Poland, or the other eastern European states?




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#8 13 years ago

The holy books meanings have been twisted to suit the needs of the terrorists.

Dont get the impression that the quran is bad, because it is not, but just like the bible, people twist it around for their own purpose.




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#9 13 years ago

Anti Islamics and Al Qaida quote the same verses to justify their actions.




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#10 13 years ago
Actually, it was the UN taking land from the Palestinians and giving it to the Jews. Their other optition was Uganda. The funny thing is, Idi Amin Dada, Uganda's dictator in the 1970s, provided safe haven for Palestinian and German terrorists who hijacked an Air France Airbus full of Israelis going from Tel Aviv to Athens to Paris.

Ok the Jews got what they want.I don't want to deny their rights.But they forced Palestinians into the sea,and many got drowned.Israel should have been patient.