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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Dec 10, 2008 at 05:05

Turks did not kill Armenians? Are you joking? The turks themselves say proudly that they exterminated the armenians. It gives them the feeling of being god-chosen-superior. Putting blame on the jews has become big business among muslims. Ataturk wasa turkish ethno-fascist (although his ancestors were not turks at all). The present day turks are proud of him because of his ethno-fascist activities from which they profit a lot today.

The kuranic god-concept is one among many. It is a totalitarian fascist concept. If you find it satisfying then it is your mindset that is fascistic. Many fascists do not recognise their own fascism till they are told about it.

The arabs and muslims are ignorant and narrow-minded even today, even more so than before islam came. The hindus have no finalised version of their religions and hence they are ready to new learn things quickly. The hindus are not perfect but they are certainly far more open-minded. Islam vilifies innovations and reform.

Caste systems exist in every society. The muslims have their own too. But muslims are not honest about its existence. Every society that has a certain degree of complexity in it has a caste system. Only isolated societies like Iceland or somewhere in the jungles of Africa may be without a caste system – but they too have hierarchies. The caste system is a result of race, language/dialect and cleanliness concepts. No hindu ever said that the poor or the low caste are unimportant to god. There were many saints from lower castes in India.

The hindus too lost against muslims because of traitors among the hindus. For example Jaichand, the brother-in-law of Prithviraj Chauhan, Jaichand joined hands with Mahmud of Ghori. Today also we have pseudo-secular hindu politicians in India who are more interested in bootlicking the muslims than in defending the rights and honour of the hindus.

Muslims repeatedly tried to exterminate the hindus but did not succeed fully. Only after Pakistan was created could they do it within a few weeks in 1947 AD in West Pamjab, Sindh etc. In East Pakistan the extermination went ahead slowly, but has also succeeded. You must be aware of this history.

God may be the destination of mankind – by definition. But this god is not the arabic-kuranic god. The arabic-kuranic god is a low-class irrelevant or obstructive god-concept. The situation of the muslims proves that this god is not worth being obeyed or worshipped or praised. The muslims have been so terribly intimidated by this god-concept that they cannot escape it. So muslims want to pull more humans into the ditch into which they have fallen.

A god who needs humans as slaves and flatterers is not a god but a low-class fascist tyrant. Islam creates a slave mentality and exalts and enforces it among the muslims. This is one reason why muslims, especially their leaders have become a nuisance on the earth.

Whether or not I am insulting god – that is between us two. You don't have to bother yourself about it.

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