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Submitted by donvan (United States), Aug 30, 2007 at 14:40

Islam will not be supressed,regulated,or inhibited. Islam is seen by the elite intelligencia as a bona fide "Abrahamic" religion. Although false, the impression among our most educated is that Islam is as viable, worthwhile and benificial as Judiasm or Christianity. Islam is a Judeo-Christian problem. Just as the Hindus had the Thuggees, the "Abrahamic" religions have Islam. Humans must have their mythology,and Issac and Ishmael is as good as any. The religious Jews and Christians rely on the secular state to remedy the Islamic problem, while the secular state is subverted by its own liberal elites witness the DOJ dabacle, actually sponsoring a terrorist organization, and can anyone seriously believe Islam will go away? Even the possibility of an actual uprising by nonMuslims to defend the culture is precluded by the speed with which Islam is invading the culture,and the tacit support of the secular state in the US and Europe. Objectively, it looks like the end the of Christian era as we have come to understand the term. Not with a bang, but a whimper.


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