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RE: christian genocide in yugoslavia and japan

Reader comment on item: Who was the Prophet Muhammad?
in response to reader comment: Mass murderers of History

Submitted by alloutofgum (United Kingdom), Oct 20, 2010 at 02:09

I dont suppose it is relevant to point out that Christian nations of NATO bombed the christians in defence of muslims in yugoslavia, bosnia, serbia etc? Or, is it not relevant also to point out that the nuclear weapons deployed by the US in japan were dropped on the two highest population centres of Christians in japan? (hiroshima and nagasaki).

It is relevant to state that the Nazi (national socialist) movement of hitler was in no way Christian. In Hitler's own words, he said "He who has seen in National Socialism only a political movement has seen nothing" Hitler's nazi ideology was extensively occult in origin and closer to a religion, as is evident in the often strange (and to Christians), perverse organisational structures including such as the SS.

The author should accept that no christian bombs another christian because he is such. Hell, we will bomb any enemy who reveals himself as one. - And this is as evident in the many suicide bombings by radicalised islamic young men and women. The fact that western defence is perhaps better entrenched and equipped does nothing to say that Christians are at fault or Muslims are peaceful: It could just as reasonably attest that Muslims attack the christian nations on a small scale (compared to invasion) because as a group they dont have the balls, and Christians attack whole nations because those nations have had the balls whether they invaded them or someone else. - Both sides of this argument are just as fallacious.

At least get your facts straight - regarding christian aggression and national identity.


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