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The Great Satan

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 11, 2006 at 14:50

Dear PeterS,

Thank you very much for your judicious comment. I fully agree with you.

> Why do Muslims think they live in a different universe than the rest of us and what is it about rioting and threatening murder that they find to respect? Maybe a cartoon could explain it?

Yes , such cartoons could and do explain much that's why they're banned in the Muslim world.
All Muslims are pathological infantile narcissists. They are told and taught from their very first years until their death that they are the most beautiful and the most perfect among all humans. After the angels they are the most faithful slaves of Allah. All others have betrayed Allah.

Now a good cartoon works like a mirror that shows those incurable narcissists their own monstrous barbarian face and toothless Satanic grin.

The infantile narcissist instinctively breaks the mirror and kills the mirror-maker to remain happy with his self-proclaimed excellency. It's psychopathology at work here as Islam is in fact an acute form of psychopathy.


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