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Muslims and ‘other' peoples of conscience. . .

Reader comment on item: Too Many Mosques?
in response to reader comment: TheWayItIs

Submitted by TheWayItIs (United States), Oct 3, 2007 at 01:47

Shayna says: (. . . There are far more pressing issues in the nutso world to contend with then to criticize one's usage of words don't you think?)

Look carefully at what I posted.

"He who controls the word meanings and context controls the conversation." Humans have a unique gift of complicated language making it possible to express out deepest thoughts and feelings.

If the language context is assumed Islamic Supremacism as the foundation, why should that be yielded and not challenged at the start. It's language Dhimmitude, don't you think?

Unindicted co-conspirator (Texas Hamas terror trial, 09/2007) CAIR's favorite Supermacism line is "Muslims and ‘other' peoples of conscience. . ."

Corrected: "People of conscience and Muslims too. . ." i.e., Muslims have no ‘patent #' on ‘peoples of conscience'.

Shayna says: (. . . ? I bet a dollar to a donut you are muslim ...)


Again, look carefully at what I posted. You lost your dollar and donut.


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