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Submitted by S.David Carson (United States), Feb 1, 2007 at 21:51

With a little effort and research history reveals with absolute certainty a direct relationship between racism and war and slavery and islam. There are militias in Africa (Darfur) today trying to finish the conquest that started centuries ago, indeed sanctioned by Osama bin Laden. Those are the same philosophical precursors that drove slavery for thousands of years and left Africans stranded in the Americas when the deception was finally broken. To say a relationship exists is irresponsible when indeed the ideas of conquest and forceful conversion, the very tactics used by mohamed and also seen in the world today called 'terrorism', are the same evil forces that drove the slave trade long ago.Islam is racism and slavery. Christ, the religion of Abe Lincoln alone will destroy the false god of islam as it did slavery. An angel hiding in a cave? Is it not so obvious? Lucifer is your allah, who decieved mohamed so long ago. A fallen angel and a liar.

Islam is a failure, producing only intellectual poverty and economic despair, mindless war. This idea virus is now spiralling out of control as modernity approaches, baring out the fact that if allah is God, then he must be stupid. Or more realistically, allah is an imaginery deity who is powerless and indeed will lie dormant no matter how frenzied the jihad or bloody the sacrificial murders that are offered, become. When allah fails to defend this islam, then the muslim must compensate. The muslims must act on allahs behalf, themselvesperforming the supposed divine will themsleves, since the demiurge is impotent, then the pathological decline leads them to turn their frustration on others. Commiting evil violence like some immature fit, like a child who cant have his way so muslims act against the holiness of the real God, who is the God of life. This real God is not allah but is the creator of life and hates murderers and injustice and brutality as you shall all soon see. Jesus Christ is the true King chosen by God and if you worship Him you will be spared from hell.

As we experience the exigent state we perform our duties and they are our function. We do those things that we know are best. When we do things contrary then we knew we were wrong. The course of human history leads us by trial and error to our current position and so our intellectual developments are felt through out the world but they are not the possessions of the west, where they spring up, but of all mankind as a result of the culmination of our experiences and learning. We have built vast societies and learned from the ancient egytpians, pythagories, and the histiories of the israelites so long ago, but they are all gone.

Indeed, a rational secularist would admit that our real, actual first hand knowledge on planet earth does not stretch beyond the oldest member of the planet, maybe 120+ years. From their it becomes historical, photographs and texts reveal our past and the legacy of human knowledge and learning. The further back we look the more uncertain the details are. But to be sure we are here today, even all of us in the whole world, by-products of the history that came before us.

Perhaps we are even the consequences of the past, for good or bad we inherit the troubles and the triumphs of our predecessors and yet we are not them. We clearly do not have to do as they have done. So what is the best? What is right and what is wrong? If you and I have found the absolute truth about God and others refuse to accept it, is it our place to kill them? Should we not question this absolute truth before we kill? What is we are being deceived and the bloodshed serves anothers purpose other then Gods? If God wants to kill should he not kill by Himself? Why should I do it for Him? So He won't send me to hell? Isn't Gods place to kill? Why should God command man to kill, if He is God then let God kill by his own greatness?

If a man kills to protect his family, which he must do, then the man shows that he deals justly. For he killed the evil one before him and saved his family, he is great. But the own who comes against the family if he kills the man and his family, then we know he was an evil one. That is what we believe and whant we know. This reasoning has lead us to build great nations. But what if we did not believe this way, but were as the evil man? Believing that God had commanded us to harm our enemies. And of course who are we then to disobey? But before we set about to kill the specified enemies of God should we not first ask, 'what God would have us kill in his place, after all we are not grea't like God, shouldn't God do his own killing?'.

God #1 - " 'Do not take vengeance, because vengeance is mine.' says the Lord, the Almighty..."
Holy Bible

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