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Mark my words,

Reader comment on item: Ban Islam?
in response to reader comment: the muslim is doing what he does best, threatening

Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Sep 19, 2007 at 09:42

Wake up and smell the camels, We're already there. The United States has invaded Afganistan,and Iraq, liberated millions, and will deal with the Muslims in Iran sooner or later. The boogy man of the fanatic Muslim, possessed of some god, as a figure of fear and intimidation is fading and will become just another cult and treated as such. No rational person can believe that the Muslims will take control of the world, and force every one to accept a deranged ideology based on hate and violence and intimidation.

Muslims will be seen, as they are already by many, as inflicted with a "Personality disorder", much like the Branch Dividians, Jim Jones, and others who have, thru indoctrination, intimidations and violence, have developed a "Moslem Personality Disorder". Symptoms include delusions of grandure, a sense of entitlement, paranoia, and increased potential for violence. This may be treated with durgs and counseling, but is dangerous, since the indoctrination includes violence toward anyone seeking to extricate themselves from those similarilly disposed .


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