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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Jul 7, 2008 at 10:34

Quite true. We are, in fact, at war with Islam, and specifically the Muslams. War is about the primacy of one mythology over another. We have the ability, lacking only sufficient motive, to destroy millions of Mu'slams. The killing of Muslams will continue until they reject the inhumanity of their mythology. Iraq is only the beginning. Iran will be next. By the US or by proxy.

What the Mu'slams fail to understand is that under the religious piety, the hajib, habib, berka, etc, is a weak and pathetic ideology. The vast majority of Americans would not shed a tear if a million Mu'slams were eliminated. The politicians are holding back , and will unlease hell when it suits them. "Islam" is finished, because the Muslims are finished. The Muslam ideology is antithetical to the New World Order of nation states, seeking world chaos rather than order. The world order will try to devolve and mold the Islam mythology into some semblence of a marginal ideology/mythology, but will find that the Muhammedian paradigm is incompatible with world security and much too expensive to maintain.


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