Taking Syed to the toolshed
Submitted by Noah Wilk (United States), Feb 7, 2007 at 22:31
Oh, Syed. Time for another trip to the toolshed. You have a lot to learn.
"you treat your women worse than that poor women who are in two piece clothes and let the whole world see."
Syed, in America women are free to dress in two piece clothes (ie bikinis) and allow the whole world to see them, if that's what they wish to do. That is called "freedom" something that Islam is ignorant of and incapableof achieving. Civilized people are not afraid of exposing the human body. Only repressed people (liek Muslims) fear seeing a humna body.
In America, women have rights. They are respected. We teach our kids that when a woman says "no", it means "NO!". In Islam, women are owned by men, and "no" means "Yes sir, if you say so, sir". Women in Islam have no rights, they are property owned by men. They have no rights to education, they cannot walk about freely without a man to hold their leash, they cannot have jobs. Even in court they count as only half a person. As I said before, in America we treat our cattle with more respect and dignity than you treat your women. Our farm animals have more rights than your women do.
In America, when a married woman is raped, even by her own husband (remember, no means no in America!) it is the rapist who is punished. In Islam, the woman would be stoned to death for adultery for the "crime" of being raped. In America, if a creepy uncle has sex with his underaged niece, we throw the creepy uncle in jail for pedophilia and rape. In Islam, you murder the poor innocent niece in order to restore "family honor".
When it comes to how we treat women, Syed, Islam will always be a barbaric, monsterous, uncivilized nightmare in comparison to America.
"how many women presidents us "
How many women presidents in Iran? Saudi Arabia? Iraq? Syria? Kuwait? UAE? Turkey? Leabanon? How many women run the PLO, Hezbollah, or Hamas? Are any of your 360 or so various Muslim terrorist groups run by women? Are there any Muslim women in government in Islamic countries? Do any Islamic countries have female secretaries of state or female national security advisors? How many women in Islamic society are teachers, police officers, CEOs? Leave it to a Muslim to criticize a country that gives women complete freedom simply because we've never had one elected president, while his own country treats women like cattle.
And by the way, Hillary Clinton (a woman) is running for president in the USA in 2008. And yes, Syed, she was photographed on the beach in public, in a two-piece bathing suit (which admittedly nearly blinded me).
"we dont need billions of dollars."
If that's the case, then please tell Egypt, the Palestinians, Jordan, and all the other Muslim countries that America has sent monetary aid to over the last 50 years to return that money (with interest). We'll be more than happy to take back our evil and useless dollars.
"we have 66% of oil reserves and we must sell all oil in different currencies but not in $ and the supremacy of $ will be ended itself."
You can't eat the oil. America is the #1 consumer of oil. You'd go broke if you stopped selling it to us, and if you tried that we'd simply kill you and take the oil which we gave you the money and technology to extract in the first place. Muslims should be careful when thinking of using oil as a weapon. It's a sure way to sign your own death warrant. Ask Saddam.
"naznin hajeiah and others have male boy friend and they goes with them by their own which is banned."
Yes, banned because Muslim men are barbaric savages who cannot control their sex drives. Muslim men always blame women for "causing" rape. They're not civilized. In America, we see beautiful women exposed all the time, but we don't go raping them and then blaming them for being raped. Typical of Islam, they make excuses for all their criminals, especially their rapists.
"you are just one part of truth because you always look like..so called terrorist are freedom fighters of whom you afraid so much"
I'm not afraid of terrorists. And as I explained to you before, the use of the words "freedom fighter" when describing your Islamic friends is totally and utterly incorrect. They are terrorists, not freedom fighters. And they are cowards who have to cover their faces (hiding in shame perhaps?) when committing atrocities, cowards who target little old ladies, defenseless children, and innocent, unarmed civilians. Muslims are the most cowardly people on the planet.
"we didnt accept american help"
Really? I suppose we forced Egypt to accept all those billion of dollars? And the so-called Palestinians...we crammed all that cash down their throats against their will? if they didn't want our help, then why not return the money we sent instead of using it to buy bombs with which to go out and kill defenseless children and little old ladies? And why do the Muslims always run crying to America to step in and do something every time Israel is forced to defend herself from the barbaric Muslims? Why ask for our aid?
As usual, Syed, your understanding of the world, of reality, of truth, is warped, twisted, and inaccurate in the extreme.
"just we shouldnt let americans control our oil and we will sell our own ...in the currency which we want to...we are exploited people by the western imperialists."
Get ready. It's going to get much worse for you in the coming years. Soon there will be an American flag flying over all the oil fields.
Syed, you're not even worth talking to. You're just another brainwashed Muslim who is blind to reality and truth and who cannot criticize the shortcomings of his own people.
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