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Stop "Condemning" Already, And DO Something USEFUL For A Change

Reader comment on item: Salman Rushdie and British Backbone
in response to reader comment: Ynnatchkah: We condemn all Evil acts.

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Jul 1, 2007 at 15:53


"We condemn all evil acts" is just a catchphrase for "we aren't going to change, but you had better."

1400 years of murder and mayhem and we're supposed to believe these guys have anything to offer to either the physical or the spiritual improvement of the world?

They think they are superior to everyone else and can judge everyone else, but they refuse to clean up their own house. Of course, if they are true to their cult, they cannot clean it up because when they look into their "holy" book it only criticizes them for what everyone else sees as moral improvement. Sure, they pay lip service to doing good (which for some reason always seems to end up in various degrees of carnage), but when it comes to evaluating themselves to really improve, nothing.

They falsely claim that Jihad is just a term for "inner struggle" and I admit there may be some truth to that, if what they mean by "inner struggle" is the fight they are required to wage against their conscience and to strenghen their negative impulses so they can go out and murder, rape, steal and enslave others, while take pride in that.



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