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Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: answers for Lisa, John Bastile, Yuval Brandstetter, Dr RJP & Mr. IS

Submitted by gary (United States), Feb 11, 2006 at 09:34


i dont know where you got the idea that christains dont respect other religions. im a jew living in america and i thank god everyday for giving me the honor of living in this christian paradise. all my best friends are christians and they and their families treat me like family. but i forgive you for your misconception since you probably dont understand what life is all about in the united states.

next, and i find this comical, but the comment about jews living in peace before the state of israel is just downright false. the jews were mistreated on a daily basis by you and your friends and nothing has changed.

next, dont try to seperate zionism from judaism because the 2 are not as mutually exclusive as youd like them to be. what the zionists did was reclaim their homeland from the people who stole it from them and built their houses on it. what goes around comes around. and since you will never defeat israel militarily you just shift the forum to economics. and when that fails you riot.

and israel is a first world country while the rest of you are still underdeveloped 3rd world countries. that must really stick in your craw doesnt it. for a society to accomplish in 60 years what you havent been able to accomplish in 6000,even with your wonderful prophet, must really be humiliating for you as the rest of the world can see how functionally illiterate you are. i can feel your pain. and the great arab boycott was just another miserable failure. threatening to boycott people when you dont have any money to buy anything with is a bit ridiculous wouldnt you say?

now you threaten denmark with a boycott. and who do you think will join this boycott? russia, china, the united states? doubt it. so you have the poorest people on earth threatening a boycott. what a joke. go ahead. it will be the best thing that ever happened to denmark when all the money from the other western nations starts to pour in and you end up at square one as usual. an arab boycott is the best thing that could happen to a country because it lets the rest of the world shove it in the arabs face without having to fire a shot. ive never ever thought of buying danish before but youve now produced a new customer for the danish market.

what im waiting for, and its coming, is the day when one of these western security forces loses it and just starts shooting into the crowd indescriminately. if i'd been in power in denmark, thats what i would haved ordered my troops to do. now all the danes have done is to let you redeploy for the next riot because once again you are not made to pay the price for your barbarity. but this will soon change as well. how dare you think you can commit violence in someone else's country over a cartoon and why dont you try getting away with that in the usa. the answer is simple. like any bully, you pick on the small because you dont have the guts to take on someone your own size. well we do.

thank you

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