If you go to a country, and don't like their laws, or their people, then leave. Plain and simple.
If you go to a country, and act disrespectful (by praying in the streets and blatantly disobeying laws that the natives of that country obey) then
don't act shocked when the law finally comes knockin'.
I don't care who you are. Muslim, Christian, Jewish, buddhist. If you, and tons of your other religious followers are illegally blocking MY path to MY
house, or blocking MY path to MY job, I will be in your face about it, and it will come to blows if you can't see that you're the one causing the
I lived in Portland, Maine for a good long while, and the muslim population was growing very very fast there.
So many times I would be standing in line at the grocery store service desk waiting to cash my paycheck, along with 5-10 others typically, and what
would happen? A muslim woman and her 2 screaming children would walk up to the desk, blatantly circumventing the obvious line, and expect service.
Most of the time no-one else would say anything. I -ALWAYS- did, and I -always- got them booted to the back of the line, right where they belonged.
That's life. Tough luck. I don't give a damn if things are different where you come from. You don't have the right to just cut in front of everyone
else in my country. I don't care who you are. I don't care if you're a muslim, a christian, an atheist, black, white. I don't care.
Am I hateful? I sure am, and i'm proud to say it. I'm hateful of -ANYONE- from ANY walk of life who thinks they can come into my country and start
trying to have things THEIR way through unfair means. I get even MORE hateful when they start to whine and act assaulted over something that they
weren't justified in doing, or having, to begin with.
I have a lot of hate, for a lot of people. My hate transcends religion, skin color, sexual preference, gender. It's how you ACT that determines if I
have hate for you, or love for you.
edit on 16-9-2011 by Qemyst because: (no reason given)