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Submitted by kman (United States), Oct 21, 2008 at 20:42

Perhaps you should re-read what you claim to believe in. Islamic teachings from the Quran call for murdering the "nonbelievers" and letting them see "your harshness".

I would be interested to see what your stance would be if for some reason, you found yourself living in Great Britain.

Frankly, I see Islam being a much more dominant force in the U.S. within a few years. You will then see all "peaceful" Muslims following in lock-step with the so-called and seperate Wahhabis and all the other "radicals" (as distinguished from the "nice guys"). It's a pattern that follows Islam wherever it goes. I have seen many pictures of Muslim men and women - crowds - marching around carrying signs speaking of beheading nonbelievers and doing various unpleasant things to policemen. Where were the peaceful Muslims??

There is less of that coming out into world wide news streams as Islam becomes a more present and outspoken threat. The news services that aren't dominated by liberal fashion are being sudued by spoken and unspoken threats. The whole political cartoon thing a while back that was put out by a European news service really spoke volumes when Muslims all over the place started rioting, raping, and killing. That threat is now strongly up front in most peoples' minds.

I'll tell you where the peaceful Muslims were - right on board with the radicals which is where you will be when Islam is ushered in the door right here in my country. We will have sharia law implemented along with any other "right" that the Muslims claim to have "according to our own laws". CAIR is very studious when it comes to figuring out the laws of every nation they go into. The U.S. is of course a very primary target.. You can claim to be peaceful now as it serves the puposes of Islam when they are not in power. The radical element is now working that to the bone amongst all of our angry young minorities and in our prisons.

The U.S.is being hugely targeted by rich Muslims who tthrow money at our universities, in particular the universities that have reputations of turning out the new generations of leaders here. They put plants in college forums where anyone is going to speak about what is going on inside Islam. Standardized questions are drawn up to get things off course.

It's always the latest fashionable thing in our colleges to be anti-etablishment. You know, outside the "acceptable norm". The young firebrands find it a good way to draw attention to themselves. Nothing suits their purposes better than to be labeled a "rebel" or "bad boy". The empty headed young Americans that have been populating our colleges for the past 30 to 35 years are drawn like magnets to anything outside the envelope. And what could be more exciting than to have a bona-fide terrorist (or avowed, anyway) invited to speak at your own campus.

The idiots who lead campus riots and demonstrations during the Viet Nam war are now in leadership roles as "professors", "teachers", and liberal politicians. They have no idea what they are welcoming into our instituions of higher learning. It's still all about getting your name up in lights. When the laws start getting some serious changes, a few will start waking up. To late. Yell about your "rights" loud enough and long enough and it is easy to cow the American college scene.

Threats are already being delivered to startegic people amongst our book publishers. The overt ones are delivered as suggestions and the more insidious come via anonymous phone calls.

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