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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Peace for All around the World

Submitted by donvan (United States), Oct 30, 2007 at 17:05

You do not speak for 'all' Muslims. The hostility instilled by the mythology is a direct result of the mythology itself. The mythology requires those who accept the dogma to hate. The reason makes little difference. The requirement is to believe and act contrary to accepted norms of behavior in an effort to expand the influence of the mythology itself. This leads to a disorder . "Muslim Personality Disorder" is wide spread, varies in severity, and is identified by suicidal/homicidal thoughts, intense anamosity toward non initiates, subjugation of females, and hostility toward non islamic social order. As for the "Palestinians" these pathetic humans are held hostage, not by Israel, but by Muslims with the aforementioned disorder. These disordered personalities care not at all for the welfare of these people.

They want a population of perpetual victims to use against the government of Israel; a moderate, democratic, legal and example of good governance. There is not now, has never been, and will never be a Muslim population capable of anything like a 'just society'. Muslims are victims of a failed mythology, resulting in a failed social order and a pathetic attempt to elevate a dismal mythology to a 'religion'


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