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In full agreement with Gary

Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: to nuray

Submitted by Nick Nicolle (Japan), Feb 10, 2006 at 21:08

Hi, Gary;

Right on, man!!!!! Well said!!!!!
It's about time someone had the guts to stand up... !
First off, tighten up our immigration policies so that no more Muslims are allowed into the country. Those already here should be closely monitored.

I've always said that the good intentions and compassion of foreigners are seen as weaknesses to be exploited by Muslims, which is why they seem to think they're dealing with weaklings, and why they are emboldened to act as they do.

I know it'll take years, and it's easier said than done, BUT, the West must end its dependence on Middle East oil ASAP. That is the crux of the matter, and that's why we're embroiled in a conflict in that area. If it was only sand, we wouldn't be there.

Muslims are not interested in democracy; they only want to maintain the status quo -- that is, their male-dominated society, plus the right to kill themselves to get 72 virgins. Jeez, how naive can anyone get!!!???

Let's get out of the Middle East ASAP, and leave them to their own devices. Let them play with their sand and stew in their own juice! They're not worth helping.


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