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Will World War IV begin in Germany as well?

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Submitted by John Bastile (Malaysia), Jan 4, 2006 at 22:18

Germany. Germany. The Land of Warriors.

It was the final frontier for the Romans 2,200 years ago. The bane for Augustus Caesar.

It was involved, in a large extent, the cause of two world wars. Germans are proud people. They are decendants of brave warriors. What they lack - may be proper leadership. Hitler had his opportunity to rouse this spirit once - tragically for a perverted cause.

Perhaps, this country may be the catalyst to start, officially anyway, the fight against the evils of Islam. Their refusal to join Bush to invade Iraq, in my opinion, was a strategic move. When Sept 11 occurred, America has the right to retaliate. Unfortunately, the invasion of Iraq has caused Bush to lose the moral ground in America's fight against Islamism. Worse came when the scandal in the Abu Ghraib prison happended.

Germany, so far, has neither participated in the invasion of Iraq nor experienced any significant Islamist attacks such as Madrid and London bombings, murder of Theo Van Gogh, and Paris riots. However, with a large Turk population, she knows that the evils of Islam will soon reach to a cancerous level.

The loyalty test, as I mentioned in my earlier weblog entry, will not work as it is expected. However, I suspect that the message is more important than the actual effectiveness of the mechanism.

I could imagine immigrants to Germany from the free countries and communist countries, namely China and Latin America getting very confused why they are to submit a loyalty test that question them on whether they will be likely to beat and murder their women, commit to terrorists attacks and demand that the laws of the host country be replaced with their own religious laws.

The message is clear. Islam is singled out as a cult and not as a religion. Because it is a militant cult, as it kills deserters and murders critics, it shall must be stopped.

Let's try to imagine an analogy. A Christian trying to gain citizenship in a muslim country. I know, I know, this is a no brainer. That muslim country provides a loyalty test that goes like:

1. Will you treat your women with equality and allow her the freedom of movement and work opportunity, OR will you subject her to wear clothings that completely cover her body and demand that she stays at home?

2. Will you love and cherish your life partner OR will you seek to marry up to 4 wives or any women that your right hand possesses?

3. Will you seek gainful employment and strive towards economic prosperity OR will you spend your days in your religous organisations that preach hate and then kill because you have no job?

4. Will you view the destruction of lives and property as evils of men OR will you see them as divine orders for muslims to perform?

ANSWER THESE PROPERLY or you will not gain citizenship. If we later find out that you have not murdered your daughters for honor, beat your wives and subjugate them, celebrate the deaths of infidels, we will review your citizenship critically.








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