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Submitted by susan (Italy), Jan 25, 2007 at 18:15
"Your point of view is clear, but so is mine. Since you are unable to prove to me 100% accuracy of your depiction of Islam, I can not entertain a strategy, Hitler would be proud of."
since you admitted your immense ignorance on all things muslims except when they... in some posh company in san fran, it is my duty to let you know that Hitler was proud instead of the armenian genocide by muslim turks lead by enlighted reformer ataturk that you want so quickly forgive and elevate to the status of semi-god. Learn about armenia.
I have issued the command — and I'll have anybody who utters but one word of criticism executed by a firing squad — that our war aim does not consist in reaching certain lines, but in the physical destruction of the enemy. Accordingly, I have placed my death-head formations in readiness — for the present only in the East — with orders to them to send to death mercilessly and without compassion, men, women, and children of Polish derivation and language. Only thus shall we gain the living space (Lebensraum) which we need. Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?
Kevork B. Bardakjian, Hitler and the Armenian Genocide (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Zoryan Institute, 1985).
The text above is the English version of the German document handed to Louis P. Lochner in Berlin. It first appeared in Lochner's What About Germany? (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1942), pp. 1-4. The Nuremberg Tribunal later identified the document as L-3 or Exhibit USA-28. Two other versions of the same document appear in Appendices II and III. For the German original cf. Akten zur Deutschen Auswartigen Politik 1918-1945, Serie D, Band VII, (Baden-Baden, 1956), pp. 171-172.
Remember Michel, defender of muslim by default. The murder of 1.5 billion armenians (on a population of 6 millions total) just for racist hatred, xenophobia, superiority complex, the idea of a master race.
Something you are willing to write off as "let's try to overlook their bloody past because turks are so nice and we don't have to upset them".
Secondly you wrote
"When you travel that much (admittedly business class) and hotels become your home, you are bound to make friends in the various countries who invite you to their homes. It is there, where I learned to know the "people", not in the hotels or any club med."
LOL, sorry I fail to see the difference between club med and business class and related 5 star hotels.
"If I was a muslim reading what you posted, my only reaction could be resentment, anger, hatred - exactly the breeding attitude for fanatism and terrorism."
well still, it's 1400 years that imams are collecting material against the west, actually they started the very first day their prophet invented the religion. It won't be some words by us infidels doing much.
secondly, according to your statement, japan is hating to death the west, as well as Germany. Well, not only japanese people are not hating the west, they are allies and cooperate on many levels, but also Germany is very american friendly.
What about the serbs, killed to save the useless muslims in kosovo, what about people in cyprus that lost north cyprus to muslim turks because USA at that time favoured the latter.
Do you see any greek, german, japanese, serb, plotting against america?
Do you see any vietnamese plotting against usa?
But you see egyptians plotting against america, from which they receive the basic $$$ aid to feed themselves.
Your analysis is failing once again. We bombed dresden, and the germans have been more than happy that we freed them from their dictator. The measures we advocate can free decent people from islam. But this is the point. I believe there are a very few decent people in islam that are on the verge of converting already.
The majority is all on their power trip about outnumbering the rest of us.
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