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Citizens of the world: the "bronze age" proponents are asking us to return to the bronze age...

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Submitted by Pagan (United States), Feb 14, 2006 at 23:10

Citizens of the world: the bronze age proponents are asking us to return to the bronze age...

In the 21st century instead of taking us to a twisted scientific thesis to advocate about the superiority of a race or why we need a utopian society where god can to be replaced by a cumunist police state, the islam advocates are traying to justify an ideology, that even thougth was created 1,400 years ago, its full of neolithic and bronze age customs, misconceptions, prejudices and myths.
They plan to use this pseudo-political ideology to replace our societies (The rest of the world) who have accomplished (or are working hard to accomplish) tolerance towards diferent religions, ideas, sexual preferences and equality of gender in a new age of spiritual healing. Now the bronze age's tribal and brutal proponents of islam are very kindly "inviting" once again our countries and its legal structures to return to the year 3000 - 2000 BC. (take a look at Canada's sharia courts, luckily they will ban them)

this new chapter of islam deliver the same old invitation that give us 3 bronze age minded options:

A- acept bronze age (and some times neolithic) customs, superstitions and values as legal framework for our countires.

B- be executed by bronze age tribal warriors if its not acepted.

C- become a slave or (sub human) in your own country surrounded by bronze age myths, superstitions and prejudices. fearing for your life because you are not muslim.

so which one we should choose? the bronze age law, inhuman slavery or death?

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