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Christians are no different ...?

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Submitted by Right of Center Filipino (Philippines), Nov 5, 2007 at 23:22

Like all muslim creatures and their deluded sycophants you are muddling the issue.

By your logic curbs on freedom of speech, conscience, privacy, expression, religion as well as all the progress made in gender equality and human rights are A O.K. just as long as it was democratically mandated. Only someone mentally deficient (or an extreme left wing liberal) will say that the height of the democratic process is the destruction of that democracy through a one time election of a despot who bans all other elections and other points of view afterwards. Effectively that is what you are advocating by your support of the muslim fiction that they are not like the kkk, the nazis and the soviets.

Time and time again intolerance, violence and repression have been the hallmarks of islamic rule. The times when "prosperity" reigned in islam was always at the expense of a defeated and raped people who had to surrender their intellectual, spiritual and physical wealth to the muslim pillager under threat of death or worse. They were the gods of the Earth and everything else is just something to abuse. These muslim activities continue until TODAY. Sounds familiar doesn't it? kkk terror rides in the southern US, the brutal nazi occupation of Europe, the stalinesque genocides and thought dictatorships, you'd think they were all reading from the muslim handbook!

And don't give me that garbage about how Christians are no different from those creatures! They worship a god but whatever they are kneeling to is not my God. The God I believe in does not advocate the mutilation and degradation of women, the murder - suicide of children, nor does my God want humanity to return to a state of barbarism that will ultimately lead to its extinction. What ever the muslim creature worships it is petty, jealous and cruel, maybe even insane. In this case, allah is the perfect personification of the muslim people.

You imply that it is unfair and undemocratic that muslims are ostracized from the political discourse. I say that it is fair. A group whose sole goal is to stop that very same discourse and prevent it from ever happening again through wahtever means necessary shouldn't be allowed to participate in democratic debate and contests. Democracy should learn to defend itself. Because of democracy the kkk, the nazis and the soviets are considered pariahs and their small pockets are hounded and marginalized. The forces democracy now have a new enemy called islam and this evil scourge should be dealt with in the same way as the other dictatorships.

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