posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 02:59 AM
Re Lestweforget (and Rustami)
"Why would anyone other than a muslim critisize the actions of the crusaders? It was a necessary evil, how much of earth would not be islamic today
if the muslims were allowed to exersize their mission to enact their caliphate? The muslims have been on a crusade since their evil inception."
How do crusades against muslims justify the OTHER crusades with the aim of exterminating competing 'christian' factions or for purely 'christian'
expansion: Missionary crusades.
Are inter-christian fighting or pure missionary invasion also NECESSARY evils?
Yes probably; if you:
1/ CHOOSE a faith with a 'god' who may or may not exist
2/ This alleged 'god' has dictated or 'inspired' a confused book (which sofar is interpretated in 34.000 different ways by its believers)
3/ You belong to to a faction, which interpretation is that this 'god' of yours gives you sanction or command to go out and commit genocide,
torture, rape and practise slavery
If you are a militant 'christian', who believes in free will: Then it's your decision to choose this 'god' and his book, to choose a violent
interpretation and choose to effectuate it.
If you are a militant 'christian', who believes in 'god's will' (predestination): Then it's 'god's will' that you will meet opposition, or in
a liberal society, eventually be locked up in a mental institution if you use violence.
So Rustami: Anything can be read in the book of confusion, edited by the old scammer Paulus. People can choose what they want, according to personal
inclination. Bible citations don't MEAN anything and doesn't PROVE anything. It's just lame justifications for whatever a 'christian' want.
Do you really think, that you can expect anything but ridicule by doing this.
Pray, pretend to find justification, let faith go before acts....or go the way of active compassion.
Maybe you don't want respect, because you believe you are ultimatively right. But IF you will be considered ridiculous by the as yet undecided
potential 'christians', how will this spread your message.