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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by R. England (United States), Jan 16, 2005 at 01:43

Constitutions of some western democracies, such as the USA, guarantee "Freedom of Religion." Ordinarily that's a wonderful concept, but militant Islam, wrecking all kinds of responsible, civilized behavior, is proving it doesn't work for people who have no tolerence for other viewpoints. These same western democracies desperately need to legislate an exception to their general rule of "Freedom of Religion." The exception should apply to anything referred to as a "religion" but which advocates threats and violence--even murder--to non adherents.

No founding legislative body's civilized concept of "Freedom of Religion" could possibly have embraced freedom to practice such antisocial behavior as is associated with so called "Radical Islam." Is there anything identifiable as "Non-Radical Islam" after Islam consumes a land? I don't think so.

After the brave and properly alarmed European Crusaders threw the maniacs out in 1492, those grungy wielders of the scimitar realized that they probably couldn't come back and dominate Christian and Jewish Europe against modern arms and the will of God. So now they intend to take the entire free world and convert it using the Islamic "womb," and they'll murder, rape and pillage, without inhibitions, to do so.

Westerners who don't want to plunge backwards 1500 years into the dark ages had better wake up soon, get their legislators' attention, and get them busy fixing the murderous problem before it's too late to shut the door against these maniacs.


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