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Repression breeds agression and a thirst for death

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Submitted by Briars (United States), Jul 25, 2006 at 23:13

Ahmed:

Christianity has long lost its thirst for blood. As the repressive aspects of the religion lifted itself from the souls of its members, the thirst for violence and death diminished. This is not the case with present day Muslims. Repression manifested throughout devout muslim societies has hatched bloodthirsty groups like Hizbollah and Hamas inspired by the supremist aspects of the Koran. These zombies of death cannot enter into compromise with Israel or any people whose idealism is built on individual freedom. There is no compromise for Israel, nor for the United States (the symbol of freedom in today's world) with these whose psychologies are so deprived of human spirit.

That is why suicide is the ultimate purpose for these deviants of our human experience. Their acts of aggression, like the Nazis and Fascists of the past, who shared a similar repressed psychological deprivation, had to be met with a mindset that only total defeat of this ideology was the only way to sustain their own existence. The Israelis are now one with that frame of mind.

Europe is still in denial even though waves of muslim immigration has paralized their own idealism. The U.S. doesn't have a clue who the enemy is but they are waking up, especially if they are targeted again with another attack like 9/11. The Ethiopians are also waking up and doing something about it like Israel. The basic tenet of Islam is surrender and a love of oppression breeding violence.

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