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in response to reader comment: We have higher morals...

Submitted by John Bastile (Malaysia), Sep 3, 2007 at 12:20


Yes, I agree that the free people have higher morals than to seek the banning of Islam. Would you kindly go back to your article and change all "Islam" to "Nazi" and see whether your believe still stands.

The last world war was fought over Nazism and facism. Millions died. Now, we have on hand an old evil that is growing stronger yet again. This old evil is hell bent to seek dominion over the rest. Kindly look at all countries where muslims share borders with the free people. Thailand, Phiilipines, India. Kindly look within the muslims countries - Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan. They kill their own without mercy - what more non-believers.

I am sure one day this religion will be defanged but as at today, it is a potential threat to the world as we know it.

The West must learn to stop feeling guilty over their colonial past. Yes, history may reveal a white supremacist tendency to lord over the rest of the world. Perhaps, some emerging countries took shape as a legacy of the colonial past. The West have paid their dues, I believe. Look at Vietnam. Once bombed flat with Agent Orange. Now, it is the fastest growing economy in South East Asia. Koreans have emerged from the ashes (South that is). Taiwannese are progressing well.

One cannot tolerate intolerance. One cannot accept a religion of peace that only brings misery, death, poverty, and mental regression.


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