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This Discrimination "Wuestionaire" Discriminates Against Very Bad Muslims - an Inadvertance ?

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Submitted by Robert (United States), Jan 29, 2017 at 14:31

I believe that, inadvertently, the proposed questions here are prejudiced against the "worst" Muslim. Why"

Here are some questions in which the answer "yes" should benefit the applicant:

1) Are you a woman who committed adultery?

2) Do you have any artistic talent, and please draw or paint an image or picture of Mohammad.

3) Would you like a drink? There is a Bar over there (here). Would you like a beer, vodka, or whisky?

4) Here is a cheap copy of the Koran. Will you burn it please?

5) Are you willing to insult or curse a prophet (particularly you know who?)?

6) Here is a bathing suit, or bikini in your size. Are you able or willing to talk in it as a model, or take a swim in the pool over there?

7) Are you willing to visit a nudist colony in the USA? When?

8) What do you think of working in Utah where prostitution is legal?

9) Do you smoke legal Marijuana (Cannabis)?

10) Are you not a virgin (man or woman) because you had sex out of marriage?

11) Are you non-heterosexual?

12) Would you like to convert or renounce Islam you religion?

There are probably more questions to consider, which puts an applicant in a category of "a very bad Muslim."

The point is, the questions posed here by the author of the article were designed to vet out Terrorists, or non-violent Sharia unconstitutional immigrants or visitors. But there is no reason, except an oversight, why we should not encourage those who were born Muslims but have become a "disgrace" to it without criminality under American constitutional standards. In fact, the interests of the United States would be best served if we look for particularly "bad Muslims" who nevertheless embrace our own Constitution as a Charter of Human North American Liberty (without Canada, that means the good old USA).

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