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Selective Reasoning

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Submitted by Dan Parker (Canada), Jul 11, 2006 at 18:24

The first question is easy; the religion of Mammon. It is probably this dominant religion that has a significant responsiblity for the throwback behaviour of *some* Muslims.

Please note, communicating with someone who has no knowledge of how money is created, or the effects of compound interest; is every bit like communicating with a fundamentalist Muslim extremist; which is to say intelligent discussion is not possible.

Remove the mote from your eye by googling 'money debt compound interest' or some such; to see how the grossly unjust money system operated by the West works. It's slyer, but really no different from an outright invasion of a community. Absent a massive educational effort in the West and Islam alike, it appears that a showdown is coming. If only it were possible to put the predators from both sides into an arena, safely away from peaceful civilians, particularly the children.

More probably, it will be in the cleanup that the criminal insanity in the extremist Islamic position; and the Western debt money system, will be exposed and corrected. Or who knows, maybe new communication technologies might make this possible, before a significant meltdown.

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Dan Parker

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