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What is wrong with the civilized world?

Reader comment on item: "Eventually, All Humans Will Be Palestine Refugees"
in response to reader comment: Does UNRWA's definition even matter anymore?

Submitted by Susan (United States), Feb 26, 2012 at 00:58

Why are the civilized nations of the world allowing islamic nations to control the U.N., persecute Christians and other minority religions in islamic countries, and encouraging the implementation of sharia-based governments in the 'Arab spring' nations that were putatively yearning for 'democracy' and 'freedom'? Why is our president groveling to the lunatics in Afghanistan and why is Hillary Clinton supporting the O.I.C.'s attempts to criminalize criticism of islam? From Iran's quest for nuclear weapons to maniacal rioters in Afghanistan and Pakistan and the ridiculous, perpetual Palestinian 'refugee' fiasco, the free, civilized world seems hell-bent on being bullied and dominated by islamic savages.

Personally, I am fed up with lunatic, blood-thirsty muslims and I cannot fathom how capitulation to them will be beneficial to me, my country, or our future. I don't owe muslims anything-----NOTHING---- and I detest their abominable religion, culture, and legal system. Why has the U.S. government allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to infiltrate our institutions at the highest levels? Why are the President and top level Pentagon officials apologizing to muslims every day because some qur'ans were burned after it was learned that imprisoned terrorists were using them to send messages to each other? What the hell is going on?! When will our behemoth GOVERNMENT start paying attention to the interests of the United States instead of trying to appease implacable, retrograde, islamic hellholes?


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