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Several groups fighting for control

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in response to reader comment: "prophet" mohammad said it is okay for islamists to lie to non-muslims.

Submitted by Heatblizzard (United States), Dec 10, 2013 at 04:49

There actually are several groups fighting for global control which is why it seems no matter who you elect as leader nothing gets done that needs to get done. You have the rich people who aren't part of any party who will do anything for money which the Muslims despise and then you have the Socialists who want control over every aspect of our life because they think we are not capable of making decisions without express government approval.

Then you have a lot of Muslims with their own beliefs and their 5th Jihad law that states if a non muslim can't be converted he or she has to die and don't forget that they want to make women totally covered. I don't believe in nudity and am against it but I am also against women completely being covered thru force as it will only make people more aggressive when they have had it with being pushed around and coupled with today's lack of moral values it isn't going to be pretty when peopel decide to start fighting back.

In fact it will be a lot like the French Revolution where people have had it with their Queen but without a bold leader with a noble goal or vision instead several groups fought for control and it became a giant turf war.


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