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originally posted by: 3danimator2014
originally posted by: Domo1
a reply to: Kali74
K. We would be saying the same thing if Christians were running around the world murdering, raping, and being at the center of almost every single conflict.
How many people went out and murdered gays because of this speech? My guess is none.
The guy should face the same punishment, encouraging people to murder isn't free speech. You're a woman right? How's Islam treating you? It's bizarre feminists and the left defend a religion that would silence them completely and give them a gang rape + stoning as punishment.
Then the people at fox news should also be guilty of Giffords shooting.
originally posted by: TheBulk
Because you're FOS.
Prove me wrong.
originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: Domo1
Did you know that up until the recent past Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq and Syria were secular, that Muslims and Christians co-existed? What happened? The US and Russia faced an energy crisis, Russia went about invading and we went about arming "resistance". After that when dictators arose if they played nice with US, gave us access to cheap oil or pipe lines they were okay but if they decided to play with Russia they were evil and had to be stopped which of course became our job in the world.
The only problem with removing dictators is that it creates a vacuum of power, it destabilizes, causes resources like food and water to become scarce... not to mention it's pretty easy to hate people bombing you especially when you lack the ability to look at the roots, the whole picture (we don't have that excuse, we're just too damn lazy or apathetic), extreme circumstances gives birth to extremism... opportunists prey on that hate and start recruiting a power base that becomes a terror network. The US MIC and Terrorism have become symbiotic, feeding each other from different sources of hatred.
Any who I've rambled a bit and left out other relevant stuff but I hope I've left some food for thought, something you'll actually explore rather than just shrug.
originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: ReprobateRaccoon
yes lets talk about their rights to free speech, as they use that speech as a rallying cry that actually results in real deaths. We're at WAR, liberal, get it through your head.
originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: chr0naut
I know and it's not hard for a non-Christian like myself to say... so why is it so hard for people to say that the Imam in the OP isn't truly Muslim?
originally posted by: ReprobateRaccoon
I don't agree with what these guys propose and/or say, however we, as Americans who believe in the United States Constitution, should respect their right to speak freely as guaranteed by the First Amendment.