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Muslims? Think?

Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Jun 27, 2006 at 22:05


What kind of profound thought does it take to run rampant, lie, steal, murder and destroy; or to support those who do? That's the behaviour of wild animals, not civilized thinking humans!

I don't care how they "think," if you can call it that. I care about how their uncivilized antisocial behaviour is one of the main impediments to progress everywhere they are, and how to prevent the worldwide havoc they wreak because of it.

I also have no interest in the morbid fascination Leftists have with base matters; nor in their ceaseless striving to elevate them to a level of apparent respectability, an activity that constitutes an impediment to progress every bit as serious as that posed by rampaging of savages.

Actually, I wouldn't object to such inquiries, if someone actually learned from them. But the next thing the Pew's friends will probably do is to try to use this "study" as a means of conning us into "understanding" how it is all OUR fault, and then pretending that they know what WE have to do to make it all better. (...and some people think Muslims are the only ones who are delusional.)


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