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Gulatis naivete will be very costly

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Jul 21, 2009 at 10:44

To Vinod Gulati

There is not enough room for ALL of us.
If this ALL includes those who have long term totalitarian-imperialist intentions (as have the quislings of islam). Hindu women being made to sit on funeral pyres is not the general case TODAY. Hindus are not expanding all over the world to make women sit on pyres.

The force-feeding of views is the usual way things are done TODAY especially in the muslim world.

Don,t be politically naive. We cannot afford to be that anymore. Especially in dealing with muslims. That is why I wrote : Scrutinise who these muslim men and their well-wishers and supporters are, who are fighting for this what they pseudo-innocuously call freedom to wear the veil, what are their long-term goals? The people of Troy were fooled by a hollow wooden harmless-looking horse. You know that story about the trojan horse.

Make a study of how islam has increased its territorial and demographic hold over the past 1400 years, how it has eradicated non-muslims from region to region, how islamic totalitarianism has gained ground.

It is time (before it is too late) that US americans are selective in their attitudes and do not let be fooled by any pseudo-innocence displayed by muslims. Islam is a totalitarian arabic-imperialist ideology and hence a muslim can never be a genuine fighter for human freedoms and human rights. A muslim may pretend that he is one - but actually he makes use of the freedoms and rights given to him by non-muslims in order to expand into their territory and then get rid of these very rights. He certainly does not accord these same rights (which he demands for himself) to the non-muslim minorities. That islam is a fascist ideology in its core spirit can be proved on the basis of several criteria. Islam is not the only danger faced by mankind, but presently one of the most urgent ones. Veiled women and veiling as a human right may sound innocuous-simple, but there is a long-term fascist agenda behind all this. It is like a clump of poison coated with honey.

G.Vishvas

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