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not at all harsh....

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Submitted by donvan (United States), Jul 23, 2007 at 09:00

The "Deconstruction" of Muhammedian Islam is not at all harsh. Academia has been actively teaching,promoting, and advocating for the "Deconstruction" of the American Constitution, Christianity, and economic capitalism for decades. We accept this intellectual construct as the price for homage to intellectual fashion, yet few call this harsh. The critical examination of the pattern and practice of the ideology of Islam is politically incorrect, and more importantly presents a physical threat.

As we have seen from the reluctance of the Press to print the cartoons, depicting Muhammed.The intimidation of Islam has had astounding success among many institutions of the United States. Academia, politicians,the press, and media, to mention a few, have effectively already been relegated to the status of "Dhimmitude". Europe is now hoping for a "Soft Islamic" take over. Even the Democrat party has made common cause with the Islamics. Harsh,? not even close.


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