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Submitted by Judeo-Christ (Canada), Nov 18, 2006 at 14:10

Amnesty International and Human rights watch are two of the most brazen double-faced oraganiizations on the planet. Notice how they are most prolific among western democracies but nowhere to be found in despotic and dictatorial nations like: North Korea, Iran, Indonesia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Cuba, Palestinian ruled areas etc where people are slaughtered and murdered in millions. They are plain and simple anti-western organizations and when I confronted them with my letters, they had absolutely no rational answer except to refer me to their websites.

Airport security and profiling is for the good of everyone no matter what race or color, so being concerned about infringing the rights of a few rather than the security of a nation is ridiculous and asinine. Threats to the United States and the West are coming solely from Moslems and Middle-Easterners so it is perfectly rational that we put our magnifying glasses mostly on these persons. It beggars my imagination that Americans want Freedom on the one hand and Security on the other, the two are not mutually exclusive as one needs to offset the other.


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Title Commenter Date Thread
Those "reliable" Muslim employees at the STA, their objectives? [127 words]MariaJun 27, 2011 22:52186856
Why so mean [69 words]SethApr 1, 2010 08:12170846
Profiling [91 words]RichardDec 30, 2009 11:18166554
1ABSOLUTELY [46 words]John H. ArmfieldMay 23, 2008 18:32129738
German terrorists [30 words]JackSep 21, 2007 08:25109362
Looks like this survey was taken in a mosque or in Dearborn [50 words]Warren RaymondDec 25, 2006 19:1270521
muslim states [53 words]Steve SmithJan 26, 2007 10:5670521
This is ridiculous! [204 words]MonaNov 28, 2006 14:4967576
Reply to this is ridiculous [190 words]JudeoChristDec 3, 2006 02:5167576
Profiling [118 words]Steve SmithJan 26, 2007 10:3967576
muslims and airports [104 words]Steve SmithJan 26, 2007 10:5267576
reply to mona [156 words]morousMar 2, 2007 15:0367576
IS PROFILING AGAINST MUSLIMS THE ANSWER OR PREVENTION OF TERORIST ATTACKS IN THE US MAINLAND? [367 words]GERARDO LARREA FRENCHJul 10, 2007 01:3667576
FYI--Costco survey [17 words]GLNov 22, 2006 22:3767030
Institutionalized ignorance and stupidity. [77 words]marianaNov 22, 2006 16:2666996
This poll is highly suspect [161 words]G. WoodworthNov 21, 2006 12:5666835
This one's for Amnesty International [58 words]Judeo-ChristNov 19, 2006 09:4666592
Costco Poll is worthless if it is a self-selecting poll [183 words]EFGNov 19, 2006 03:4466575
There Is Profiling [148 words]Steve39Nov 18, 2006 22:0666556
The right way to go [183 words]Judeo-ChristNov 18, 2006 14:1066513
muslim terrorists [8 words]tabingins911May 13, 2007 00:2166513
Everything that enhances my security on flight is accepted happily [9 words]Meir Monselise M.D.Nov 18, 2006 04:2466480
Costco [27 words]Sondra RossNov 16, 2006 21:4566373
TSA [118 words]LDCNov 16, 2006 09:5066310
Do profile as necessary, but better not to have them here. [437 words]G. WoodworthNov 19, 2006 02:2866310
The Nature of the Enemy [401 words]Prof. Paul EidelbergNov 16, 2006 09:1166304
Great idea, only... [49 words]OpherNov 16, 2006 03:2566288
of course [130 words]dfwhite19438Jan 15, 2007 23:1766288
What we are fighting [92 words]David W. LincolnNov 15, 2006 23:5566277
Move along, no terrorists here. [117 words]MichaelNov 15, 2006 22:2066269
Interesting thoughts some of these... [449 words]D WilliamsNov 15, 2006 22:0766268
Call it "InSecurity" [47 words]jerome krasnowNov 15, 2006 21:0866263
What ...? [137 words]dfwhiteNov 15, 2006 20:5866261
Unbelievable [228 words]GCNNov 15, 2006 20:0866256
YES, profile! Absolutely!! [181 words]Lily MissNov 15, 2006 19:1266254
Amen! [52 words]Martin HendersonNov 15, 2006 17:5266240
Why reinvent the wheel? [59 words]JoaquimNov 15, 2006 16:5866226
If the world would apply this: Any terror act make their political demands MOOT. [31 words]DavidNov 15, 2006 17:2466226
Yes [4 words]Octavio JohansonNov 15, 2006 19:0266226
Doubling Unlikely [52 words]LDCNov 16, 2006 09:5366226
Constructive Approach is Needed [113 words]Phyllis StraussNov 15, 2006 16:5766225
Profiling is simply common sense and makes it harder for them to sneak among us [28 words]DavidNov 15, 2006 16:3866220
Common Sense? [18 words]LDCNov 16, 2006 09:5566220
Airport Security is a trivial response to a war of agression [136 words]Ralph C Whaley MDNov 15, 2006 16:2166214
Dream on, Doc [18 words]LDCNov 16, 2006 09:5766214

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