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The Islamization Of America Is Upon Us

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posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:04 AM
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Originally posted by whatukno
See, the so far part is what is fear mongering.

Protecting ourselves against religion in gov't isn't fear mongering. It's being vigilant and proactive.


So, your crystal ball works, but mine doesn't?

History lesson ... look at history. That is a future predictor.


trying to make everyone as terrified as you are.

Who says I'm terrified .. other than you? I'm vigilant. Everyone should be.


Bang up job you did with Christianity.

Who says I'm a Christian. My religion (whatever it is) has nothing to do with being vigilent against religion in gov't. And if you've noticed (which obviously you haven't) I have said that we need to make sure Christianity doesn't run the country either.


You do realize that people who pull out the 'we are laughing at you' card don't have facts to back up what they are posting, right?



Fear mongers have no facts,

Good thing I have facts. But where are yours???
If nothing else .. you are entertaining.



edit on 9/15/2010 by FlyersFan because: fixed quote




posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:06 AM
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What is wrong with you people?

France isn't being taken over by Sharia Law. Far from it. Its current policies are very questionable, but if any of you decide to read a freaking newspaper (international edition) you'll get a better picture.

And drop this nonsense about the UK being worried about Islam. You couldn't be further from the truth, unless you subscribe to BNP or EDL ideologies.

Or read The Daily Mail!


edit on 15-9-2010 by LarryLove because: Add another reason to believe Islam is a threat to the UK!



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:09 AM
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Originally posted by Alxandro
reply to post by Miraj
 


We could start by simply saying "NO", instead of catering to there every needs and wants.


No to what exactly? say no to this center being built? What right do we have to do that, (and once the election cycle is over, you won't hear much about it anymore anyhow...its just a political wedge issue to get the local monkeys riled up.)

So...explain the no...truely lay out a plan of defense...do you honestly think that if the center is built a few blocks further away, somehow this will spoil forever the plans of america to become islam?



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:10 AM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
Not yet. But things are changing.


On what are you basing that statement? Yes, they're banning full coverage clothing (which would include the burqa).

Besides, things change. But the US will NEVER have Sharia law. You KNOW that will never happen, yet you spread fear as though it's a foregone conclusion...


Originally posted by FlyersFan
The POTUS bent over backwards and kissed butt for the Islamic center.
The POTUS denounced the right of free speech for the idiot book burner.


Neither of these statements are true.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:10 AM
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Originally posted by demongoat
muslims are going to have less kids just like everyone else,

Dunno about that. Time will tell. In the mean time, there are calls to 'outbreed' the enemy.

even in places that don't have extremists?

Everyplace has extremists.

Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
Vigilant, huh? Is that what this thread is about? Being vigilant? Because it seems to me it's about fear mongering.

You would think it's that ...
Truth isn't fear mongering ... it's just truth.

So, if you spread hatred and fear about Islam, that's called "vigilant"

People SHOULD hate stonings of homosexuals.
People SHOULD hate whipings of rape victims.
People SHOULD be aware that Islam calls for complete control over gov't.
People SHOULD be vigilant against these things.

Yeah, I get it.

Obviously not.
(backatchya)



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:12 AM
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Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
On what are you basing that statement?

Demographics. Basic Islam. History.

But the US will NEVER have Sharia law.

And the Native American Indians thought there would always be buffalo to eat.

You KNOW that will never happen,

I just love it when people say ... 'and you know it'.... funny.

Originally posted by FlyersFan
Neither of these statements are true.

Both are true.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:13 AM
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Originally posted by LarryLove
What is wrong with you people?

France isn't being taken over by Sharia Law. Far from it. Its current policies are very questionable, but if any of you decide to read a freaking newspaper (international edition) you'll get a better picture.

And drop this nonsense about the UK being worried about Islam. You couldn't be further from the truth, unless you subscribe to BNP or EDL ideologies.


many in the US is ruled by spin, not by facts.

Is islam in france? yep...uk? yep, america? yep. and its been that way for a very long time. as populations grow around the world, go figure...muslims are breeding also, making more.

My prediction...the agnostic movement, which is now equal to christianity in numbers, will overtake all religions...so let these religious morons go nuts and freak out about other religions until all of the above die quietly.


edit-add: I say agnostics, but I am including general non-denominational spirituality and athiesm in the numbers..in western nations, a non-religious view of spirituality in general outweighs any and all religions..yet we keep electing politicians with a specific brand of God...why?


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posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:15 AM
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No, they are concerned that Islamic Community Centres of Death are going to be built in towns near them. I think the real concern is what that might do to property prices. Probably increase them as more terrorists will want to move close to their training camps.

Oh, and Islam is about to take over the USA. I hear they've got next Tuesday at 9.30am scheduled as a potential takeover date.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:17 AM
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Protecting ourselves against religion in gov't isn't fear mongering. It's being vigilant and proactive.


So how long before people take their "vigilance" a step further and become vigilantes? That ought to be entertaining for the lot of you to rationalize and defend.


History lesson ... look at history. That is a future predictor.


Yep, I know history pretty well, and again, Christianity and government doesn't work, but somehow Christian politicians are elected all the time.


Who says I'm terrified .. other than you? I'm vigilant. Everyone should be.


You sound terrified to me. Fear + "Vigilance" = Vigilantism.



Who says I'm a Christian. My religion (whatever it is) has nothing to do with being vigilent against religion in gov't. And if you've noticed (which obviously you haven't) I have said that we need to make sure Christianity doesn't run the country either.


I didn't say you were a christian, I said bang up job you did with being Vigilant while the Christians took over our government and installed their Old Testament law in every town, city, and state in this union. Great job being VIGILANT with that!



Good thing I have facts. But where are yours???


I have shown you facts already in this thread how Christianity in the United States is a bigger threat than Sharia Law will ever be. But keep watching those evil Muslims.



If nothing else .. you are entertaining.


Well thank you. I do try.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:20 AM
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You know what, I am all for a multi non-believer movement. At least we could start dealing with problems without the blinkers of religion.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:26 AM
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The good Iman should not preach to us about what is holy ground or whatever because of a strip bar.

It shows what he may really think about all of the american dead at WTC. Besides it shows a misunderstanding about the way americans think ie we dont give a dam if there is a strip club up the road.

We need to listen carefully what this man has really said. He is preaching at us calling us hypocrites becouse we call holy what is down the road from a strip club ie 3000 plus killed. Maybe he is one of these that hold that ths WTC thing was the hand of his god for our sin. In that case pack you'er bags buddy. Take your Temprence Movement back home we already have enough preachy assholes around here anyway.

As well they tried to make Trump look like a ass.....but any american knows if you talk real estate in NYC you talk to Trump. So what? He swats Trump and the American people with one swat. Pack you'er bags and get the hell out.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:33 AM
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It's kinda funny that people are afraid of Muslims
When Jews have infiltrated all aspects of Life, they control nearly all News Media, Banks
and also a major force in Hollywood to Politics. And it was the US allegiance to Israel
that created the Muslim Terrorists against the US.

So Muslims exterminated 3,000 big deal. Millions have been killed in the name
of Christianty.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:34 AM
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Originally posted by LarryLove
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No, they are concerned that Islamic Community Centres of Death are going to be built in towns near them. I think the real concern is what that might do to property prices. Probably increase them as more terrorists will want to move close to their training camps.

Oh, and Islam is about to take over the USA. I hear they've got next Tuesday at 9.30am scheduled as a potential takeover date.


I like to visit my local islamic death center...they teach me how to blow up infidels
I would stop going, but they have such lovely pancakes served on sunday mornings...all you gotta do is swear allegience to allah and death to the west and you get unlimited pancakes.

its such an evil plan...sure, you think the pancakes are worth it, but then you realize they don't give out bacon..and what is better with pancakes than bacon? see, this is their true downfall...not even a sausage patty...sure, you can try the hash browns, but its not the same!

I agree, these centers are truely evil on account of the lack of bacon!

and my argument makes just as much sense as any others on the subject.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:36 AM
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Originally posted by LarryLove
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No, they are concerned that Islamic Community Centres of Death are going to be built in towns near them. I think the real concern is what that might do to property prices.


Well you know Larry as far a buildings go most americans look with more respect and with more meaning on some small dinner along RT66 than they do all these damed icons of interpretive architecture littering the country side. Heres a truck stop instead of St Peters as the song goes. Most americans tighten up their ass when they see a picture of the US captial building not to mention these goddy dumps the muslims build.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:36 AM
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"We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men (and women) are created equal and endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness" regardless of ones religious belief and convictions these truths are the basis for our system of governance. So come on over if you have something to add to... But America shall not be 'Sharia' compliant. We will say no to alternate forms of governance (at least we should) This is why we are the most prosperous country in the world. Sadly by pandering to 'special interests' and forsaking our principles we have rewarded those who would seek to destroy our country. THis includes the big banks, corrupt unions, GMO producers and the entrenched partisan system. As Americans we must seek and restore an equal/impartial system where by EVERY individual is guaranteed their inalienable rights. Defend whom you please and I have no real qualms with Islam and those who practice have just as much right to be in the States as the next person. However, with the belief, just as with many others, there are those who would pursue the implemenation of 'belief' specific law- this is what must be fought. No double standards, this goes for everyone. We should remember this next time WE "need a bailout" too. (That's not we the people)


 
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posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:40 AM
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Originally posted by Logarock
Besides it shows a misunderstanding about the way americans think


The misunderstanding I see is that he believes americans think.

many don't...and the less thought is directly proportional to the amount of media attention they get.

Call me weird, but to me, ground zero is the actual ground zero...aka, the two spots where the buildings were at...not 5 blocks away, or 2 thousand miles away.

imagine you had cancer in your brain...do you want a doc to remove my version of ground zero (aka, just the cancer spot), or the current grumpy masses version of ground zero (remove the cancer and 1/5th the brain while your at it because it was sort of closeish).

Ground zero is the 2 building spots...thats it...you can try and enshrine all of NYC if you want as ground zero, or America itself as ground zero...but it simply isn't



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:42 AM
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The truth is just a passing aquaintance to some of you guys isn't it.
The UK is as much under sharia law as it is under talmudic law. There is an option for adherents of both judaism and islam to settle some civil cases out of the main court system. The system has clear safeguards tho in that: The rulings of the Arbritation panel MUST be within existing British Law and both parties must agree to the opt out. Further, there is a an option for a losing party to have any ruling reviewed by the UK court of appeal judges.

The Beth din of America is the American version of the British arbritation courts but then, you guys are vigilant and already knew that, didn't ya? www.bethdin.org...



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posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:46 AM
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Originally posted by LarryLove
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You know what, I am all for a multi non-believer movement. At least we could start dealing with problems without the blinkers of religion.


well, non believer is a bit extreme...just call it personal beliefs.

the idea of having a system of beliefs without the need to have giant buildings and multi-language books spewed everywhere with employees "spreading the word" is a good start.

a nice, quiet system of beliefs in your home and heart...hell, we will even accept people of faiths so long as they keep their faiths quiet from any public discourse...if its your faith, its yours...keep it where it belongs, which is with you and your family

I really dont understand religious people preoccupation with building endless buildings to their imagination...given what they preach, you would think they would be spending all that money and resources building homeless shelters or free clinics verses more giant grounds of their gods...

the guy never shows up for the groundbreaking anyhow...God is a survivalist...he likes being outdoors, not cooped up in some building. next time you want to go to church, go to your local lake or mountains instead and simply look around verses push your way into some manmade stack of rocks.



posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 10:48 AM
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Originally posted by fordrew
topic creator you are probably the worst idiot i have ever seen on these boards.

america does not know jack # about islam and you obviously live in the south west somewhere because people of middle eastern descent are everywhere. This is nothing new and america needs to be educated. It is bad enough that the christian plague is everywhere here in america. once again topic creator you are probably some inbred hick in the south because this is nothing new here except middleeastern americans speaking out.


This add's nothing to the current debate.

I would speak more, but no doubt your post will be removed.

Keep civil...disagreeing with someone by calling them names does not elevate your position in a debate.



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