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Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: You don't know what you're talking about.

Submitted by cassano (Canada), Jan 1, 2007 at 19:47

Hey how are you Mr. Filipino liberal , I wasn't sure of your age or gender and I said as much at the end of the post and the way you express yourself in such a anti white , anti western way; what are people supposed to think especially when you defend Islam so passionately ,and you are passionate , it shows. I read most of your posts and the fact your posts were so long shows you care , but when you attack the whole west you are including a lot of very good people, as I am sure there are on all sides. what people in the west want to say is that Islam has become hijacked by some really bad people who claim Muslims as their first victims by the use of intimidation and Nazi brown shirt tactics .

When I spoke of communism in my other post , I was saying that the liberal left (is making a big mistake shouting down opposing view points in colleges and universities because all sides need to be heard so society can have a clear understanding )

Employs tactics used by Stalin and Hitler when they want to confuse a issue, such as disturbing a speech or throwing food at a speaker or resorting to name calling, and liberals are always calling terrorists fascists, who are not cousins of Nazis. they are right wing nationalists and Nazis are national socialists hence the term Nazi where fascist means band as in group of like minded nationalists.

And you are right about Christianity, it originated in the Middle East, very true, but the west has embraced it much more than the Middle East and the basis of our laws are in part a product of Christianity whose code of conduct is difficult to follow and not all adhere to it as one should.

And youre right I am a right-wing capitalist conservative . but you say that as if it were a bad thing. Without capitalism, most of the world would not even have the computer or the internet. making money is not a bad thing, after all can you tell us all a better way to conduct very essential human business if money is not to be used.

And conservatives are not fascists and fascists are not conservative but both are on the right wing, like liberals are not Nazis but both are on the left wing .the only real similarity between both is that they both have an authoritarian side to their nature , that's as close to cousins as they get .

But remember , the Islamic fundamentalists hate liberalism and in the countries that the are they control they destroy the liberals first. Saudi Arabia is the flagship of Islamic fundamentalist intolerance. that is the place liberals should be attacking. the right wing knows the Saudis are the point of the spear. the right wing I feel understands the Islamic fundamentalist better that the left and we know they hate us. but this fight has to be engaged by Muslims first against the Islamic fundamentalists. if they don't fight the cancer in their own house then they are consenting by their silence and when the west fights back and the good non fundamentalist Muslims are hurt , they have no one to blame but themselves .

I think if they fight the cancer, the fight will be hard and bloody. but if the west saw that they fought the same enemy as the west fights, the west would support them and we would be brothers in the same struggle, it's their move.



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