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Moslem Agnostic

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Dec 15, 2006 at 13:22

Agnostic wrote :

> I think you misunderstand... The one with the blablabla logic is you guys.

Really, it is what I didn't understand at all. I naively thought there was much logic and no "blablabla" in what "you guys" wrote . Now I am corrected.

> Continue to enjoy my freedom in the west? that's a laugh. What freedom? The freedom to live and breath while people avoid me and won't socialize with me because I'm Islamic?

Stop being a Moslem! Convert ! Go to church or join some atheists' club , eat pork , do whatever psychotic Moslems don't do... People will stop avoiding you, they will socialize with you and protect you aginst other grim Moslems ... Is it "blablabla" logic ?

> The freedom to not be able to get a visa because I'm Islamic?

Abandon that evil death cult and most probably also this problem will be solved.

> Yes, I am not a true agnostic.

You're a false agnostic in other words , if I am not misled by my " blablabla" logic. In that case a dogmaticist , in short a "Moslem".

> I believe in God more than religion but have chosen Islam,

What ? You have converted to Islam , this country from where almost no one comes back alive , poor lost soul !

>but it is still not fully understood by me

What a puzzling remark! Were you drunk or mentally incapacitated when you converted or what ?

> and so I do not truly call myself a muslim.

If so, there is still a hope for you!

>Trust me, my freedom would be better brought on if I weren't in the west. Ever heard of Malaysia? Or Singapore? Or Dubai? Or Egypt?

Or Saudi Arabia ? Or Iran ? Or Pakistan ? Or Yemen ? ... Or any other evil Moslem tyranny ...

> Or the other places that delude people from the concept of Islam being a terrorist and so is never seen on the media?

Not yet ...

> You should check these places out.

Thank you! I'd never go to any of these countries voluntarily as long as they are under Moslem occupation.

> Muslim or not it's much more fun there.

Why not come back to those Moslem gardens of joy ?

> What Dhimmi and Judeo-Christ have done with "grass roots" eviction is going to come true.

Hopefully!

> They have all made our lives miserable, congratulations!

Change your faith and you'll be reborn to a new and better life which you'll understand without calling yourself agnostic although at heart being still enslaved by those illogical Moslem dogmas that impair your mind so badly!

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