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The truth of consequence

Reader comment on item: "The American Muslim" and Islamist Intentions for the United States
in response to reader comment: Muslims taking over the US

Submitted by Vander (United States), May 4, 2009 at 00:56

The United States has become weak. America is slitting her own wrists when it comes to Islam in America.

For example, no Christian, Jew, or Hindu may be on a jury where a muslim is the defendant. Using tax payer money they (muslims) have made women only swim times in public pools. Women on classes in public schools. As well as taking the Pledge out of our school system because the use of the word God is offensive. Piggy banks and Porky Pig tissue dispensers have been banned from some work places because they insult Islamic beliefs. Icecream has been discontinued at some Burger Kings because the picture on the wrapper looks like the arabic script for Allah. Public schools have been removing pork from the lunch menus.

Muslims have protested that their call to prayer should be broadcasted over loud speakers five times a day in small, quiet communities. Wasn't there a seperation between church and state once? I thought there was but I could be wrong.

America has stopped putting principals before politeness and poltical correctness. And in doing so America is slowly, by steadily given ground to being over run by Islamist. I am not saying that the base religion is not nice. For the most part it preaches peace. But like every religion there are fanaticals that take it too far. Every religion is born from a bloody history. But that doesnt mean that we have victimized Christians or Jews. No, Muslims have made themselves a place in the special victims socioty and have no intention of leaving until they have succeeded in their goal. Which is global domination. One of these days we are going to realize that and take action. I just hope that it is not to late to do something about it.

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