not so strange
Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Aug 3, 2011 at 18:57
Mr Amin Riaz, noted primarilly for putting forward false statements as truth, once again excels himself:
"Bush and Blair were more danger to the world than anything Bin Laden could ever muster. Both Catholics..."
Mr. Bush is a Methodist. Mr. Blair became a Catholic in 2007 - well after the western alliance's entry into Iraq based on information about possible WMD's from arab sources (http://patriotupdate.com/5773/wikileaks-docs-prove-saddam-had-wmd-threats-remain). But that is a side issue.
Both of these facts could be easily established before writing but Mr. Riaz again quite happily presents falsehood as truth.
But that's hardly strange from someone who thinks a murdering pedophile was enlightened and is someone to be emulated - or that buraks , djinns etc existed or that the tenets of a primitive 7th century religion can be held by sane people living in a socially and technologically sophisticated society of the same religion as the Pope - who was a Hitler Youth.
That sure is religion of peace for you. Why did Bush go into Iraq - Because his God told him to. Sure thats more excuses from the so called religion of peace.
In the aftermath of killing in Norway there is a huge increase among native born Saudis who want to convert to Christianity. That day is not too far when the whole planet will be Christian.
Talk about delusions - this is a good one. Oh dear! - Christianity wants to take over the world. I just though that was Islam.
This whole post is too funny. I think its being ironic......
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