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snerd
10-21-2012, 23:26
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights has warned Americans not to elect Republican Mitt Romney in next month’s presidential election, saying that doing so would be “a democratic mandate for torture (http://ca.news.yahoo.com/romney-win-first-democratic-mandate-torture-un-rapporteur-201125761.html).” http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2012/10/21/UN-Warns-Americans-Do-Not-Elect-Mitt-Romney

Why this cesspool of third-world ****holes is still standing is beyond me.

ModGlock17
10-22-2012, 05:35
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2012/10/21/UN-Warns-Americans-Do-Not-Elect-Mitt-Romney

Why this cesspool of third-world ****holes is still standing is beyond me.


it's a political preemptive play. That's for the case when President Romney cuts UN funding, then they'd say Romney just doing payback.

The underlying issue is whether they are conceding the election to President Romney, from their point of view. I think they do.

I would just get them move out of NY, makes NY city smell and look better.

ChuteTheMall
10-22-2012, 05:40
The UN should move to where they are needed; I suggest near Baghdad in Iraq, perhaps right on the site of ancient Babylon.

:whistling:

Cavalry Doc
10-22-2012, 05:46
So, the UN doesn't like Romney? That's good enough for me, vote mitt.

Glock30Eric
10-22-2012, 05:55
I agree. Romney wants to go after Iran and that is not good for everyone in the world. More wars means more problems.

JBnTX
10-22-2012, 06:10
I agree. Romney wants to go after Iran and that is not good for everyone in the world. More wars means more problems.


WTF!
Who does your thinking for you?

Romney going after Iran will make the world a safer place and wars solve problems, not cause them.

Sometimes I wonder whose side you're on?:dunno:

ChuteTheMall
10-22-2012, 06:14
Sometimes I wonder whose side you're on?:dunno:

He has no coherent consistency, except for siding with Satan against Israel.

aircarver
10-22-2012, 06:18
So, the UN doesn't like Romney? That's good enough for me, vote mitt.

Boy Howdy !

That was a golden endorsement by the UN ... :supergrin:

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aircarver
10-22-2012, 06:19
I agree. Romney wants to go after Iran and that is not good for everyone in the world. More wars means more problems.

Yeah.

Nutcases with nukes is much better ... :upeyes:

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JFrame
10-22-2012, 07:02
Well, golly...That's different...The U.N. has such a sterling record of looking out for the best interests of the U.S. and the world... :upeyes:


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Brucev
10-22-2012, 07:17
Re: OP. Who is this. Why should what they think matter? They are not Americans. They are not citizens of this nation. They have no vote. They do not matter.

Glock30Eric
10-22-2012, 07:21
WTF!
Who does your thinking for you?

Romney going after Iran will make the world a safer place and wars solve problems, not cause them.

Sometimes I wonder whose side you're on?:dunno:

We could go into a debate all day but it won't go anywhere because you won't want look at the other side. You simple believe that we MUST go after Iran and few other ME countries regardless what the circumstances are. You just want to go after them because they are Muslims and they hate America. You haven't root down to the rationale why they hate America. Freedom nor our faith were not an issue at first place, it is because USA is going after every countries in ME without any of justifications.

Could you please tell me when was last time that Iran started a war and how often?
That should answer your question. I don't really think they want to go start a WAR, we are PUSHING them to start a war. The problem lies on ourselves, and you are in a total denial of that fact.

USA hasn't learned a lesson: when USA goes after a country it always creates few bigger problems. IE, Iraqi, Afghanistan, Somalia, Bosnia, Libya, Eygpt, etc.

Sometimes I wonder whose side you're on?:dunno:

I am not on your side with the neo-cons. I am on with the America's true prinicples: Non-interventionism and Isolationism. Please educate yourself by reading this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_non-interventionism and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isolationism

By the way, USA shouldn't join UN, Nato treaty, and have an ally.

ModGlock17
10-22-2012, 07:31
.... I am on with the America's true prinicples: Non-interventionism and Isolationism.
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I'm not aware that is our "true" principles. May be after a couple shots of moonshine, it is.

Those principles worked so well, until 9/11 and Pearl Harbor, I admit.

TheJ
10-22-2012, 07:44
We could go into a debate all day but it won't go anywhere because you won't want look at the other side. You simple believe that we MUST go after Iran and few other ME countries regardless what the circumstances are. You just want to go after them because they are Muslims and they hate America. You haven't root down to the rationale why they hate America. Freedom nor our faith were not an issue at first place, it is because USA is going after every countries in ME without any of justifications.

Could you please tell me when was last time that Iran started a war and how often?
That should answer your question. I don't really think they want to go start a WAR, we are PUSHING them to start a war. The problem lies on ourselves, and you are in a total denial of that fact.

USA hasn't learned a lesson: when USA goes after a country it always creates few bigger problems. IE, Iraqi, Afghanistan, Somalia, Bosnia, Libya, Eygpt, etc.



I am not on your side with the neo-cons. I am on with the America's true prinicples: Non-interventionism and Isolationism. Please educate yourself by reading this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_non-interventionism and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isolationism

By the way, USA shouldn't join UN, Nato treaty, and have an ally.

Ahhh. Of course!
It's all the USA's own fault for everything bad that happens. If we would just keep to ourselves I'm sure all the extremist bent on our total destruction would just leave us alone and love us. That is simply brilliant.
Somebody alert the media so we can get the word out.


:rofl:

Glock30Eric
10-22-2012, 08:01
Ahhh. Of course!
It's all the USA's own fault for everything bad that happens. If we would just keep to ourselves I'm sure all the extremist bent on our total destruction would just leave us alone and love us. That is simply brilliant.
Somebody alert the media so we can get the word out.

:rofl:

I would expect some of the extremists harm us at some point. It is no different with the Columbie shooting, bank robbery, etc. We CANNOT prevent that.

It is far better than going after a country to attack over the 0.0001% of their popluation that are the extremists. We spend trillions of trillions $$ and more than 2k of our men KIA over those 0.0001% extremists is a foolish decision.

Glock30Eric
10-22-2012, 08:04
Those principles worked so well, until 9/11 and Pearl Harbor, I admit.

9/11 is the blow-back from the ME wars; no question.

Read those for Pearl Harbor:

http://lewrockwell.com/buchanan/buchanan198.html

http://lewrockwell.com/rep3/pearl-harbor-myth.html

http://lewrockwell.com/spl4/us-uk-knew-advance-of-pearl-harbor.html

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig/stinnett1.html

ModGlock17
10-22-2012, 08:18
9/11 is the blow-back from the ME wars; no question.

Read those for Pearl Harbor:

http://lewrockwell.com/buchanan/buchanan198.html

http://lewrockwell.com/rep3/pearl-harbor-myth.html

http://lewrockwell.com/spl4/us-uk-knew-advance-of-pearl-harbor.html

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig/stinnett1.html

Ok, I'll read those as soon as I'm done with this article about Uncle HO Chi Minh attempting to date Obama's mother when he worked in NY as a waiter in the 50s.

JBnTX
10-22-2012, 08:51
You just want to go after them because they are Muslims and they hate America. You haven't root down to the rationale why they hate America. Freedom nor our faith were not an issue at first place, it is because USA is going after every countries in ME without any of justifications.
Iran and the Islamic extremists hate us because we stand in the way of their plans for world domination. It's NOT because of anything the US has done in that area.


Could you please tell me when was last time that Iran started a war and how often?
Iran (Persian Empire) has started wars at regular intervals throughout history. Remember the Holy Crusades? Anyway, it's the next war that Iran starts that matters most, not the last.


That should answer your question. I don't really think they want to go start a WAR, we are PUSHING them to start a war. The problem lies on ourselves, and you are in a total denial of that fact.
Iran has repeatedly threatened to destroy the US and Israel.
We are NOT the problem, they are.


USA hasn't learned a lesson:
We don't learn lessons, we teach lessons.

I am not on your side with the neo-cons. I am on with the America's true prinicples: Non-interventionism and Isolationism.
Non-interventionism and isolationism are recipes for disaster.
America does not exist in a vacuum. We must develop a strong aggressive foreign policy if we are to survive in a world were the aggressor makes the rules. Iran is a perfect example.

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My comments are in Green.

JBnTX
10-22-2012, 09:07
9/11 is the blow-back from the ME wars; no question.



NO, it was not.

For you, or anyone else, to place any of the blame for 9-11 on America is treasonous, unpatriotic and just plain wrong.

We were attacked on 9-11 because we represent liberty and freedom to the world. Both are despised and hated by the Islamic terrorists.

We were attacked on 9-11 because we are the biggest obstacle to Islam's plans for world domination.

They attacked us because they hate us and everything we stand for, not because of anything we've ever done to them.

Cavalry Doc
10-22-2012, 09:07
I would expect some of the extremists harm us at some point. It is no different with the Columbie shooting, bank robbery, etc. We CANNOT prevent that.

It is far better than going after a country to attack over the 0.0001% of their popluation that are the extremists. We spend trillions of trillions $$ and more than 2k of our men KIA over those 0.0001% extremists is a foolish decision.

That 0.0001% is B.S.

http://pewresearch.org/assets/obdeck/26-1.gif

So is your "stated" understanding of why Muslims feel a need to attack the western world. It's because they have not yet followed their prophets demand that they take over the world. Every day a non-Muslim country or non-Muslim/dhimmi exists, is a reminder they are not yet worthy.

It is a system designed to dominate, not coexist.

Cavalry Doc
10-22-2012, 09:10
9/11 is the blow-back from the ME wars; no question.

Read those for Pearl Harbor:

http://lewrockwell.com/buchanan/buchanan198.html

http://lewrockwell.com/rep3/pearl-harbor-myth.html

http://lewrockwell.com/spl4/us-uk-knew-advance-of-pearl-harbor.html

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig/stinnett1.html

Funny how you don't see OIF/OEF as blowback for 9/11. Ever consider that maybe it's the Muslim's fault?

It's clear what side you are on.

ChuteTheMall
10-22-2012, 09:20
Gee, if the Religion of Peace hates us, we must be bad.:whistling:

rgregoryb
10-22-2012, 09:26
glock 30's sources of intel:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/9f/Boris_natasha_fearless.jpg/250px-Boris_natasha_fearless.jpg

Glock30Eric
10-22-2012, 09:30
That 0.0001% is B.S.

http://pewresearch.org/assets/obdeck/26-1.gif


I am not surprised because those # are after 9/11. If I were one of them and I would feel same thing. It's no different with the redcoats going after us in 1700s.

Gundude
10-22-2012, 09:34
That 0.0001% is B.S.

http://pewresearch.org/assets/obdeck/26-1.gif

So is your "stated" understanding of why Muslims feel a need to attack the western world. It's because they have not yet followed their prophets demand that they take over the world. Every day a non-Muslim country or non-Muslim/dhimmi exists, is a reminder they are not yet worthy.

It is a system designed to dominate, not coexist.
That poll is pretty worthless. The question is way too vague. If you polled GTPI, I bet you'd see numbers in the "Sometimes" column higher than any of those shown.

There are "some times" when violence against civilian targets is justified. I bet 90% of members here would agree.

The fact that "Often/Sometimes" was lumped into one column while "Rarely" and "Never" were separated shows the bias of the poll. Why is the term "suicide bombing" included in the title but not in the question? What exactly was the question? Is a civilian's house who happens to be sheltering some terrorists a civilian target?

It's worthless. It's a textbook case of lying with numbers. At least link to the poll itself and a description of the methodology.

Cavalry Doc
10-22-2012, 12:20
That poll is pretty worthless. The question is way too vague. If you polled GTPI, I bet you'd see numbers in the "Sometimes" column higher than any of those shown.

There are "some times" when violence against civilian targets is justified. I bet 90% of members here would agree.

The fact that "Often/Sometimes" was lumped into one column while "Rarely" and "Never" were separated shows the bias of the poll. Why is the term "suicide bombing" included in the title but not in the question? What exactly was the question? Is a civilian's house who happens to be sheltering some terrorists a civilian target?

It's worthless. It's a textbook case of lying with numbers. At least link to the poll itself and a description of the methodology.


The point is, that support for terrorism is a lot higher then the 0.0001% glock30eric is spouting.

http://pewresearch.org/pubs/26/where-terrorism-finds-support-in-the-muslim-world

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muslim_attitudes_towards_terrorism#section_4


After you read that, do you still buy the 0.0001% B.S. number?

Cavalry Doc
10-22-2012, 12:29
I am not surprised because those # are after 9/11. If I were one of them and I would feel same thing. It's no different with the redcoats going after us in 1700s.

I'm not surprised you empathize with the terrorists.

http://pewresearch.org/pubs/1338/declining-muslim-support-for-bin-laden-suicide-bombing

Isn't it odd that Muslim sympathies toward terrorism declined during the Iraq war. Still far above that 0.0001% B.S. see it yet?

W420Hunter
10-22-2012, 12:32
I am not on your side with the neo-cons. I am on with the America's true prinicples: Non-interventionism and Isolationism.
If anything you need to remember your history. We tryed that once pre-WWII and look where it got us. You spew out the typical lib crap. Are you really trying to say it woul make the world a better place if they got a nuke?

Glock30Eric
10-22-2012, 12:36
The point is, that support for terrorism is a lot higher then the 0.0001% glock30eric is spouting.

http://pewresearch.org/pubs/26/where-terrorism-finds-support-in-the-muslim-world

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muslim_attitudes_towards_terrorism#section_4


After you read that, do you still buy the 0.0001% B.S. number?

I might have stretched it too much. However, the point was that the Jihads or the extremists is really a small group of people in the Islam's popluation.

W420Hunter
10-22-2012, 12:43
I might have stretched it too much. However, the point was that the Jihads or the extremists is really a small group of people in the Islam's popluation.

But the religion push's extremism. Case in point under Islam you are told to kill any one trying to leave Islam.

oldman11
10-22-2012, 12:44
NO, it was not.

For you, or anyone else, to place any of the blame for 9-11 on America is treasonous, unpatriotic and just plain wrong.

We were attacked on 9-11 because we represent liberty and freedom to the world. Both are despised and hated by the Islamic terrorists.

We were attacked on 9-11 because we are the biggest obstacle to Islam's plans for world domination.

They attacked us because they hate us and everything we stand for, not because of anything we've ever done to them.
+1 on that.

JBnTX
10-22-2012, 12:47
It is far better than going after a country to attack over the 0.0001% of their popluation that are the extremists...


The vast majority of the members of the Islamic religion are extremists.

Even though only a very small number are actually "terrorists", a much larger percentage of the Muslim population supports their hostile activities.

Everyday ordinary Muslims support the terrorist cause either through financial support or by silent approval of their actions.

The silence from the Muslim world speaks volumes about their opinion of such attacks like 9-11 and Benghazi.

Americans need to wake up and realize that we are fighting a religion, not a terrorist group.

marchboom
10-22-2012, 12:48
More wars means more problems.

The correct statement is, "More liberals means more problems"

Go after Iran...No, not yet, anyway.

But we should make it very clear that we will not hesitate to use overwhelming force to prevent them from obtaining a nuclear attack capability.

The corrupt obama regime is not convincing the middle east that we will protect ourselves. obama is a wimp...and every other country knows that. That's what makes this president a threat to the safety of the U.S. Other countries laugh at the U.S. due to obama. That has to change. And it has to change next Jan.

marchboom
10-22-2012, 12:51
The vast majority of the members of the Islamic religion are extremists.

Even though only a very small number are actually "terrorists", a much larger percentage of the Muslim population supports their hostile activities.

Everyday ordinary Muslims support the terrorist cause either through financial support or by silent approval of their actions.

The silence from the Muslim world speaks volumes about their opinion of such attacks like 9-11 and Benghazi.

Americans need to wake up and realize that we are fighting a religion, not a terrorist group.

I couldn't have said it better. Great post!

Silence by muslims speaks volumes.

marchboom
10-22-2012, 12:55
NO, it was not.

For you, or anyone else, to place any of the blame for 9-11 on America is treasonous, unpatriotic and just plain wrong.

We were attacked on 9-11 because we represent liberty and freedom to the world. Both are despised and hated by the Islamic terrorists.

We were attacked on 9-11 because we are the biggest obstacle to Islam's plans for world domination.

They attacked us because they hate us and everything we stand for, not because of anything we've ever done to them.

Another factual post!

People believing anything else is not living in the real world.

janice6
10-22-2012, 12:55
The UN can't "Warn" anyone. We are the UN. We fund it, we have the force they threaten with, we have the economy they desire, and we have the freedom they fear.

Screw them. Without the U.S. they are nothing but a bunch of despots having a tantrum.

JBnTX
10-22-2012, 13:05
The UN can't "Warn" anyone. We are the UN. We fund it, we have the force they threaten with, we have the economy they desire, and we have the freedom they fear.

Screw them. Without the U.S. they are nothing but a bunch of despots having a tantrum.


Nailed it!:thumbsup:

jdavionic
10-22-2012, 15:06
So, the UN doesn't like Romney? That's good enough for me, vote mitt.

Agreed. That's one heck of an endorsement.

JFrame
10-22-2012, 17:06
Yup -- one generally can't do much better than simply doing the opposite of whatever the U.N. advises or "recommends"...


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callihan_44
10-22-2012, 17:14
the UN can kiss our ( )l( )

G19G20
10-22-2012, 17:18
I couldn't have said it better. Great post!

Silence by muslims speaks volumes.

Since I'm sure you know so many muslims on a personal level. :upeyes: The hate speech against muslims spewed on this forum tells me that you have NO personal connections with muslims to have any clue whether there is silence or not, since you wouldn't be able to control yourself enough to even be civil with any of them you meet in every day life.

Another one led around by his nose by what the media wants to you to know and what it chooses for you to not know. You have no personal knowledge of what the average muslim thinks about terrorism.

Ruble Noon
10-22-2012, 17:40
If anything you need to remember your history. We tryed that once pre-WWII and look where it got us. You spew out the typical lib crap. Are you really trying to say it woul make the world a better place if they got a nuke?

What has our interventionism done lately? Muslim brotherhood takes over Egypt's government thanks to our helping depose their leader. Alqaeda taking over Libya, Alqaeda making inroads in Iraq, now we are supplying arms to our enemies in Syria. Nope nothing fubar about our foreign policy.

Cavalry Doc
10-22-2012, 18:39
I might have stretched it too much. However, the point was that the Jihads or the extremists is really a small group of people in the Islam's popluation.

Stretched??? Looks like an approximate 10,000% stretch by you.

Isn't that a bunch more than is reasonable?



Muslims are dangerous, in the 10%+ range. That's an awful lot of targets that need to be serviced.

hogship
10-22-2012, 18:40
Since I'm sure you know so many muslims on a personal level. :upeyes: The hate speech against muslims spewed on this forum tells me that you have NO personal connections with muslims to have any clue whether there is silence or not, since you wouldn't be able to control yourself enough to even be civil with any of them you meet in every day life.

Another one led around by his nose by what the media wants to you to know and what it chooses for you to not know. You have no personal knowledge of what the average muslim thinks about terrorism.

We do know that Muslims are NOT speaking out against terrorism. With millions of Muslims in the world, one individual here or there doesn't suggest Muslims are opposed to violent terrorism. Non-Muslims are only taking in the evidence, and that evidence is obvious......silence from Muslims.

There are millions of people who are appalled by terrorist acts of murder, torture, rape, etc.......they are speaking their mind.......but, there is an absence of Muslims who do.....

.......The obvious conclusion is that Muslims are OK with terrorism.

ooc

Gunnut 45/454
10-22-2012, 18:41
JBnTX
Ask what religion he is and you'll have your answer! :whistling:As for the UN all I can say is F'off again! I sure hope Mitt tells them to pack there bags when he's elected! I would say Greece would be a good home for them! Let the Greek Gov. support them!:supergrin:

G19G20
10-22-2012, 18:42
We do know that Muslims are NOT speaking out against terrorism. With millions of Muslims in the world, one individual here or there doesn't suggest Muslims are opposed to violent terrorism. Non-Muslims are only taking in the evidence, and that evidence is obvious......silence from Muslims.

There are millions of people who are appalled by terrorist acts of murder, torture, rape, etc.......they are speaking their mind.......but, there is an absence of Muslims who do.....

.......The obvious conclusion is that Muslims are OK with terrorism.

ooc

Thank you for proving my point that you're being spoon fed by the media. Where exactly do you visit to find the Muslims that are opposed to terrorism? Fox News? :rofl:

hogship
10-22-2012, 18:46
Thank you for proving my point that you're being spoon fed by the media. Where exactly do you visit to find the Muslims that are opposed to terrorism? Fox News? :rofl:

Why don't you show us Muslims who represent their religion. and are publicly making it known they are against terrorism by other Muslims?

ooc

countrygun
10-22-2012, 18:48
Thank you for proving my point that you're being spoon fed by the media. Where exactly do you visit to find the Muslims that are opposed to terrorism? Fox News? :rofl:

Hey Dirkha19Dirkha20, how is it that you said elsewhere that there was no difference between Obama and Romney yet Obama is the chief suck-up to the UN in America, Romney isn't such a fan.

jdavionic
10-22-2012, 18:49
Ronbots...repeat after me "However much we may sympathize with a small nation confronted by a big and powerful neighbor, we cannot in all circumstances undertake to involve the whole British Empire in war simply on her account."

countrygun
10-22-2012, 18:51
Why don't you show us Muslims who represent their religion. and are publicly making it known they are against terrorism by other Muslims?

ooc

I rind it odd in onethread Dirkha19Dirkha20 is accussing Romney and Obama of sucking up to Israel and then in this thread is defending Islam.

coincidence? A connection between Ron Paul and Islam?

killingjoke
10-22-2012, 18:55
Put the UN on a boat and sink it.

ModGlock17
10-22-2012, 18:57
The vast majority of the members of the Islamic religion are extremists.

Even though only a very small number are actually "terrorists", a much larger percentage of the Muslim population supports their hostile activities.

Everyday ordinary Muslims support the terrorist cause either through financial support or by silent approval of their actions.

The silence from the Muslim world speaks volumes about their opinion of such attacks like 9-11 and Benghazi.

Americans need to wake up and realize that we are fighting a religion, not a terrorist group.
+1

There's no such thing as a "radical" Muslim. All the same. They'll raise the sword on you as soon as you are on your knee.

Cavalry Doc
10-22-2012, 18:58
Since I'm sure you know so many muslims on a personal level. :upeyes: The hate speech against muslims spewed on this forum tells me that you have NO personal connections with muslims to have any clue whether there is silence or not, since you wouldn't be able to control yourself enough to even be civil with any of them you meet in every day life.

Another one led around by his nose by what the media wants to you to know and what it chooses for you to not know. You have no personal knowledge of what the average muslim thinks about terrorism.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-p5c5hOh6Dr8/Tm1cK2F3t7I/AAAAAAAAD6U/a0VFw3I0pD0/s1600/bubble-pic-barcroft-126572915.jpg


I'd like to say I am sorry I'm about to burst your bubble, but :tongueout:.

I have fought side by side with muslims, both American and foreign born. I've fought two wars, and another that was not declared as one in areas full of muslims. There are hero's and zero's on both sides. I have had the benefit to spend several months working with muslims in their own country, and through a series of actions, including working very hard to save injured muslims, got to really talk with them.

You'd be surprised how many told me to be suspicious of Islam. The first time I ever heard the name Osama Bin Laden was in Kosovo. He sent AQ operatives there to have the muslims rise up and attack us. They laughed them out of the country.

But still, the reality is that Islam is a system of Government, Law, Religion, and social system that is designed to struggle for world domination. They are encouraged to lie, steal, cheat, rape and in general be cruel to infidels.


It's a fight. Sucks huh? But it's a fight you can choose to oppose or roll over and surrender.

I have friends and coworkers that are muslim. I'm not in favor of killing them all, but I think we should hunt down and kill or capture every jihadist. Not all muslims are jihadists, but a lot of jihadists have tended to be muslim.

oldman11
10-22-2012, 20:43
Since I'm sure you know so many muslims on a personal level. :upeyes: The hate speech against muslims spewed on this forum tells me that you have NO personal connections with muslims to have any clue whether there is silence or not, since you wouldn't be able to control yourself enough to even be civil with any of them you meet in every day life.

Another one led around by his nose by what the media wants to you to know and what it chooses for you to not know. You have no personal knowledge of what the average muslim thinks about terrorism.
Spoken like a true muslim with the usual amount of BS.

G19G20
10-22-2012, 21:03
Spoken like a true muslim with the usual amount of BS.

What a pointless post. Is Antiques Roadshow not on tonite?

G19G20
10-22-2012, 21:06
But still, the reality is that Islam is a system of Government, Law, Religion, and social system that is designed to struggle for world domination. They are encouraged to lie, steal, cheat, rape and in general be cruel to infidels.

It's a fight. Sucks huh? But it's a fight you can choose to oppose or roll over and surrender.

Just like Christianity. No one wins Holy Wars. Everyone loses.


I have friends and coworkers that are muslim. I'm not in favor of killing them all, but I think we should hunt down and kill or capture every jihadist. Not all muslims are jihadists, but a lot of jihadists have tended to be muslim.

Then you'll tell me how we need to reduce the deficit and work toward small government.