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Submitted by cassano (Canada), Jan 6, 2007 at 02:34

Hi Mr. Kasim,

I was not thinking of France, but France, like all Europe is tired of organized religion [ not tired of God I hope ] controlling life and liberty on the continent . Europe wants to enjoy the future and the present. Europe wants to enjoy to much and has made mistakes , as has America [ with the open southern border ], and has opted to let large Muslim populations in to create a back stop that would act as a basic work force. and for this Europe is wrong , to bring or allow people into Europe , willed by the political elites –not the people. people don't want this , and the politicians don't understand that the people who are the populations of their respective countries are not happy and the Muslim immigrants that have entered Europe and are not finding jobs are not working because " people " don't want to hire them. Muslim disenfranchisement grows and turns to rage , rage turns to violent action. the secular system will eventually respond on its own or the people will force it to .

France is getting closer to Sarcosi because they see Muslim youth enjoying the chaos and destruction they are causing and I think [because I am not French] that it doesn't scare the French man, it upsets him that the youths are taking pleasure in disrespecting him. and as a result the French will open the door to the politically unpopular [right now, maybe popular later] as will all of Europe and then the door will shut.

I simply present a logical potential outcome.

Secularists are correct , religion has caused enough problems. God doesn't want us to destroy ourselves over religion ,why can't every person keep religion in church or the mosque ,or pray in private. God is not on my side , or yours. if you begin to believe God is on your side then anything becomes acceptable to do in the name of God and there are those that will fight back and believe God is with them , who's right ?

If I go live in Saudi Arabia then I will live as they do, because I show respect in another's house. and a Saudi must do the same, or there will be a problem . Religious beliefs must not subjugate a society because it interferes with Gods plan, which I believe is to see how we develop. that is why we have intelligence and free will. Secularists, of whom I am not, are socialists that want every body to turn away from all organized religions and turn to them for all the answers. so I guess you are right about the fact that they have a secular bible. aren't they just another organized religion bulling the people like all other religions?

Try this , when you are alone in your home , just pray to God directly , no Christian or Muslim programming , no phrases to repeat , no chants to recite , no phrases to repeat at the beginning or end of certain passages. it's all programming that has pulled us closer to organized religion and further from God's will and design .

I know you will resist what I say but all I am saying is to make God your personal friend without any religion as the intermediate, we could all be a religion of one, this is pure, this is Gods will.

Do you really believe there is a Muslim heaven or Christian heaven or Jewish heaven? there is only one God and he lives in heaven.

God bless

Cassano

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