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A Catalyst

Reader comment on item: Islamists, Get Out
in response to reader comment: Annihilate Islamist Lunacy

Submitted by Andrew (Canada), Nov 23, 2006 at 19:16

911 whoever responsible, was the intended catalyst to make the american people react. Attempting to bring democracy to Islam is a waste of time and resources, and just further increases other Islamic sates level of confidence, delusions of grandeur, at our apparent failure.

The more time we waste with this diplomatic crap, the worse off we will be as western civilization. They condem our technology, but then Iran desperatly seeks to develop nuclear weapons. How ironic that a muslim would be desperate for this technology invented by a german jew.

You know, I dont care about the "good" muslims, I really dont, if they were so good they would try and influence all their "brothers" for the better, instead of sitting by condoning their acts of terror with silence and inaction. I fully agree that several nuclear strikes into Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, followed by drilling a hole through the glass for the oil, would solve the problem quite nicely, and smarten up the rest of the peace loving muslims of the world. Worked wonders for the Japanese, are they not much nicer now ?


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