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Bull#. Someone knew about this guy.
Did I say bomb Syria and Iraq and Afghanistan and Iran etc etc. No. I said someone knew and you are smart enough to know that also. I said it is time to remove Radical Islam from the US.
Turn me in? Show me where I used hate? Try it?
I just have the balls to not be such a pc pussy I speak my mind and I am tired of people, like yourself, saying I am an extremist because I think more should be done to stop terror in America.
EVERY attack has lead back to a mosque or an Imam from Boston to Ft Hood to Pulse.
No Intro, you are wrong here. Dead wrong.
And based on your non-response to what Obama and Lynch said I guess we should turn you in since you support Radical Islam.
I support my country and every person who loves it and want to BE A PART of it.
Black, White, Gay, Crippled, Muslim, Amish, I don't care but this ideology of hate does NOT belong in our country and today showed it again.
I'd rather respect religious freedom, instead of cowering to and calling for authoritarian measures.
What costs more. Life in prison, or the death penalty?
originally posted by: cinerama
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
originally posted by: ArMaP
originally posted by: face23785
All the details emerging are pretty much straight out of the ISIS handbook. Not 100% sure but looking like an ISIS-inspired attack, yes.
ISIS-inspired is not the same as being an ISIS attack.
Well, ISIS is just a branch of a massive Islamofacism tree. They're all using the same playbook, but certainly there are different teams on the field.
explain how sunnis and shia get along in your fantasy scenario please.
i enjoy it so much when the islamofacism gets blurted by far right types, and i need a good laugh.
i thought that's why we call them extremists?
originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: Willtell
Willtell, I rarely agree with you, but that is an excellent point.
What I have been calling 'extremist' Islamic terrorists are to the entire religion of Islam as the KKK is to the South. They claim to be a part of the whole, but are actually outside the whole.
originally posted by: TheRedneck
There are several individual groups that share one common goal: the Islamifacation (new word) of the West. I believe in religious freedom for all; they believe in religious restriction for all. Those two beliefs are not compatible. I believe in debate and compromise to resolve differences of opinion; they believe in killing their opponents or terrorizing them into subservience. That is unacceptable to me.
originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: TheRedneck
Think about it. You have a sect, started in the 1800’s by some mental case that teaches the hatred of all but Wahhabis, their depraved sect.
Even other Muslims are murdered by them!
You don’t let them in your country.
So just because some of them have billions of dollars—from Saudi and the Gulf states-- their bribing the west with, so they get a free pass.
IF they ever started to ban Wahhabis, terrorism probably would end immediately
But they wont do that because their being bribed
And their hypocrites anyway, all those princes over there, they have so much money, they buy western prostitutes come over here and gamble, yet they let this Wahhabi poison filter down to the masses and create ISIS and Al Qaeda and the Taliban (created by Pakistani Wahhabis sponsored by the CIA to beat Russia).