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Taming a rabid dog by throwing flowers at it.

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jun 20, 2008 at 10:14

Nowhereman wrote : >Yet again the same old rabid drivel. We could go on trading punches all rest of our lives. I have read lots of your posts on this site and to be fair your quoting of the Quran is extremely accurate.<

So you admit Allah wrote what I quote , don't you?

>But you miss the point not every muslim is taught to hate and kill.<

Quite an interesting piece of logic! Not every Moslem is ready to do what he is commanded by Allah to do? So many Moslems prefer to disobey Allah by being peaceful, moderate, respecting the kafirs... Aren't they afraid of eternal fire in hell and not desirous to achieve the eternal joys in paradise for doing what they are told by Allah? What sort of Moslems are they then?

>I, like most people want to just live a normal life worship God in the privacy of my own home and lead a productive life. I don't want to rape pillage or kill anyone.<

Did Allah tell you to wage jihad? Did your prophet wage jihad? Did he rape, pillage and kill to please Allah? Yes, he did and the Quran teaches us on him : "Ye have indeed in the Messenger of Allah a beautiful pattern (of conduct) for any one whose hope is in Allah and the Final Day, and who engages much in the Praise of Allah." (33.21) So either you're not a Moslem or you're trying to hide something very important from us. What is it you're doing your best to conceal then? The old ugly face of the monster called Islam! You prefer to deceive us on it so as to make us feel happy about what we kafirs can't but be horrified of. Ignorance is bliss, isn't it?

>You spouting off like you do only breeds more hate.<

Give me a sweeter subject-matter and I'll adapt my style and thoughts to it. I hate what I do find to be one of the most hateful things in this world. Shall I smile sweetly while writing about that bloody pathology and its never ending excesses? Or as an oriental saying goes : "You can't tame a rabid dog by throwing flowers at it." So don't expect flowers from me while I am fighting that mad dog let loose in the 7th century deserts of Arabia.

>But it upsets me a bit that so many others spout such bitter hatred I honestly think that muslims are becoming the new Jews and a backlash of biblical proportions will lead to a muslim holocaust. when that day comes I hope it makes you happy.<

You can't behave like a criminal berserk and expect people to applaud you as Moslems tend to do everywhere they export and impose their vicious primitive ways. >I wonder why you could be so bitter.

< Think of what I wrote above - the symmetry or a sort of proportions between the subject-matter and the way it is described or of the rabid dogs and flowers. >

I know of no reason why someone in Poland has reason to hate Islam so much.

< I have noticed you don't know so many things. When told about that you prefer to change the subject or just keep silent. >

Your country is so far removed from Islamic influence that I assume if it wasnt us it would be someone else.<

Nonsense! We're also part of Eurabia and unless we defend ourselves against its evil Islamisation policy, we're done away with just as France, Holland or the UK. Imagine - 1975 the infamous "la loi sur le regroupement familial" signed by Chirac opening widely up the gates to mass Moslem immigration and 2005 - just 30 years or one generation- the first French intifada, thousands of burning cars, scenes like in Afghanistan, more than 700 no-go zones, silent jihad on the rise, worst Moslem obscurantism in the home of Voltaire ... We aren't blind here in Poland to what is going on up there and if we don't want the same here we have to fight the wicked enemy when it is still weak and not invading our boders. Or as the Romans used to say "Obsta principiis"!

>I will not be provoked into a verbal slanging match with you about whose religion is better or worse.<

Very hypocritical of a Moslem to say so. The author of the Quran is quite unambiguous on that issue : "This day have I perfected your religion for you, completed My favour upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your religion." (5.3) You, his slave, make the deceptive impression your conclusion could be different from that of your Allah. Very revealing and instructive!

>Be careful of what you wish for because you may get your wish.<

I wish my wish came true! (=No Islam on earth! )

>BTW I dont believe you are a polish national your English is too good are you an immigrant ??<

Keep believing, man! Things care little about beliefs.

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