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There are many ways to enter Islam but no legal way to exit it.

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jan 17, 2009 at 15:22

Hi, kman !

>I still think the ones born into Islam haven't any real chance.<

The few from dar-al-Islam who decide to apostatize from Islam merit my greatest respect. All chances and the whole Moslem criminal system of punishment are against them and yet they have courage enough to spit in that evil death cult's dirty face.

>The ones who have no excuse are the ones from western nations who decide to "convert" to Islam becase it is the cool thing to do.<

When you accept common criminals who embrace Islam in jail, then it is abject ignorance, naivete combined with misplaced dreams and a revolutionary zeal to "save the world' and sweet Moslem lies and promises of a pie in the Moslem sky that make a Western convert to Islam possible, as I think. The wretched idiots have never been told or have never guessed that although there are many ways to enter Islam there is no legal way to exit it.

>You should read my response to "Masud" who invited me to "join today" because tomorrow we will be on your doorstep in a flash & whole U.S. will be under pressure to die, be raped, tortured, or convert to Islam.

I have read it. Good reply, kman! He got what he deserved. He also invited me but never dared react directly to my reply. The Moslem Fifth Columnist tried to play the role of persecuted innocence. The old Moslem swindle!

>I don't doubt that the ignorance of my nation is going to deliver us to the islamic dinner plate.<

Watching the European 'danse macabre' I have the impression that although things are not as bad in America, still America resembles somehat the later Roman Republic. Sallust , the Roman historian of the age, remarked on it : "In Rome all things are for sale. This republic is going to perish the moment it finds a rich enough and determined buyer.'

Every US presidential election resembles a huge and extremely expensive commercial investment. And he who is finally elected (or bought) as the head of the republic pays the loans with the interest rate of course for the loan he received from more or less hidden and very powerful creditors. Things have been largely aggravated since the Saudi billions entered the US political market. I hope I am mistaken, but they seem to be well suited to play the role of the buyer of the American democracy.

> I have no respect but for a very few in my own nation anymore.<

Politicians in principle don't deserve any respect. They do deserve mistrust and extreme control. Frankly, never in my life have I met a person in his or her senses who sincerely respected a politician. This or that might voice his support for this or that politician in pubIic , but in private they always agreed politicians are corrupt pigs and they differ essentialy by the amount of money needed to buy them.

Here in Poland once upon a time we had a unique institution that safeguarded us agains this universal ill of corrupt and unreliable politicians. "Liberum veto" gave the right to every Polish nobleman (=citizen) to stop the decisions made by politicians by declaring "Liberum veto" in an assembly where the decions were presented. Applied to today's reality it would mean that our municipal authorities may accept as many bribes from the Saudi embassy as they wish to build a new Islamic Culture Centre, a Mosque, found a Shri'a department at the university in Warsaw. One determined citizen could cancel the whole evil scheme by shouting aloud "LIberum Veto!" His voice had a force of law. The corruption operates always on a more or less restricted level. You can buy a democratic majority easily. You will never buy everybody! ...Our Golden Liberty was not as bad as they tell us now at schools where less and less love for liberty is being cultivated and being replaced by more and more slave mentality towards the Brussels satraps and their Eurabian agenda.

>I declined his offer, but of course I have been given the chance, so I have no excuse. He didn't want me to convert anyway, only the opportunity to slash my throat without any guilty feelings.<

We do know what Moslems are after. They leave us no option as to return them something of their own medicine.

>I hear Islam is pretty fashionable in your part of the world, too.<

It's Eurabia I voted against in 2004! I am for Europe but I was offered to enter Eurabia instead. In 1991 the venal EU satraps organized a coloquy in Paris where only those Orientalists were let in who shared the a apriori views the organizers. This way the infamous recommendation 1162/1991 "On the contribution of the Islamic civilisation to European culture" came into being. It's the cornerstone of Europe's enslavement and Islamisation.

>Jump on in! Two for the price of one! Get your cheap god while the offer lasts.<

Thanks! I prefer to remain faithful to the path of Charles Martel - the saviour of Europe from the Islamic aggression and barbarity. I have even penned a dystopian novel on what Islamic Europe around AD 2130 will look like. It's easy to foresee. Just look at the Moslem slaughterhouses of today and yesterday and you will know.

Besides, I don't believe in god, cheap or expensive. I can do without him and hope he can equally well do without me.

Best regards,

Ianus/Jan

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