posted on Nov, 9 2002 @ 06:26 PM
OrionSirius incase you are too stupid to read big words.....I just gave irrefutable proof of the damaging influences of Islam to those who wish to
twist it so....to those who practice the "Peace" of islam they are suceptible too....in case you did not know there are two halves of the
The peice written in Muhammad's early years...which was when he tired of in-fighting and tribal strife...and the peice written in Muhammad's later
years, where he wanted revenge against those who did not want to believe his teachings, and those who were rebelling against his lead.
Much like the Bible there are two halves...but unlike the bible...which goes from much death and hate to....love and peace, and a loving god.
The Koran goes from a loving god preaching peace...to a vengeful god asking for the death of anyone who does not pray 5 times every day and give all
their life to islam and it's monarchies.
This is best expressed in the changes of islamic belief from 600 AD to present.
In about 900AD when the religion was still young it was believed that if you did not follow the teachings of islam every day...that you were still
holy and allowed to go to heaven if you at least gave rememberance...meaning remembering "oh yeah I didn't pray today, but circumstances prevented
it, forgive me oh lord".
Now if you forget to do such things, in these theocratic Islamic states, if you forget to pray even once, and are caught, they publicly stone you or
Or if they are more moderate, and practice the eye for an eye they may just take your hand, or your tongue.
Why don't you come out of your dream world Orion?
When we were killing indians....they were killing us...any idiot who believes that the indians were wronged unjustly is either a californian liberal,
or never lived in the west.
I'm sorry but I live just 5 miles from one of the biggest indian masacares of settlers that ever took place, and 300 more were killed when they went
off to fight these indians for "revenge" purposes.
It wasn't until the calvary caught up with them at wounded knee that justice was "injustly" administered...now what I mean by that is they had
every right to attack and subdue this tribe, but they DID go too far, and made them suffer more then they made us...but such is life, and usually the
action of individuals...not nations.
And you further prove your ignorance by saying that Japs were marched off to death camps...most japs went to "interment camps" big difference, and
by the end of the war many were already serving in the armed forces. And a Japanese regiment that served in Europe in '44 is the most decorated
regiment of the war.
I don't think mistreated people give so much sacrifice to the nation that is "mistreating them".