Try paying attention, Moderate Muslim
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Submitted by Noah Wilk (United States), Mar 21, 2007 at 17:55
Moderate Muslim wrote:
MM: "Fine, I wont change the subject."
You keep changing the subject by injecting the Bible, global warming, etc.
MM: "Numerous posters admitted that Malaysia is not extremist."
Wrong. Numerous posters have shown how radical and violent Islam is in Malaysia.
MM: "I am permitted to ask any question, so long as it is not derogatory. I was questioning dhimmi's fundamental ability to make rational desicions, by asking him about something as blatantly clear as global warming."
Dhimmi has consistently demonstrated the ability to make rational decisions. The global warming issue is nothing more than evasion and you know it.
MM: "See, you guys dont actually want me to cite a Muslim country which is non violent, because you guys will just say that its getting there."
On the contrary, all we're doing is waiting for you to show us an Islamic country that provides its citizens with a comparable level of peace, safety, freedom, prosperity, education, tolerance, etc as Western countries do. You cannot, because such a Muslim country simply does not exist anywhere on earth. Everywhere Islam exists there is poverty, suppression of freedom, lack of tolerance, terrorism, etc. There is no exception to that rule. You've been sent on a fool's quest to find such a country, and like a fool you have thrown out examples that are so easily shot down that it's child's play.
MM: "Its stupid to talk to you guys, because racism and bigotry is alive here."
So why then are you wasting time talking to us? Racism? Show us which "race" is being denigrated here. Bigotry? How about truth telling? See, this is typical when debating Muslims. When faced with the harsh, undeniable, and unpleasant truth about their death cult, they first attempt to ignore or evade the issues, then resort to false accusations of racism, bigotry, etc.
This is why I say you should call yourself "Typical Muslim" instead of "Moderate Muslim". Your behavior is typical Muslim behavior which occurs each and every time these issues are brought up.
MM: "However, because I dont want to be accused of "Muslim evasion tactics" which by the way, dont exist"
They certainly do, and those of us who have debated large numbers of Muslims have seen this clear and obvious set of tactics time and time again. Evasion, obfuscation, and false accusations. These are standard Muslim debating tactics. I have yet to come across a Muslim capable of honest debate.
MM: "Mauritania, Qatar, Morocco - there are more, but those are PRETTY SOLID"
Pretty solidly reprehensible, yes. If you deny the facts in my earlier post, then prove them wrong. Prove that those countries allow equal religious tolerance. Prove that they have comparable literacy rates. Prove that women are given equal treatment. I detailed all that and showed how each country lacked those freedoms.
So again, your claims are absurd, ignorant, and in denial of reality. I look forward to seeing your next list of supposedly wonderful Islamic countries that practice tolerance, equality, peaceful co-existence, etc. Will you list Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Syria next?
Every time you post, you back my claims and prove my point that we cannot rationalize with Muslims, we cannot negotiate with them, we cannot engage in honest debate with them. We can't even communicate with them on any meaningful level. We can only deport, isolate, and deter them with the threat of nuclear annihilation.
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