posted on Dec, 16 2013 @ 01:24 PM
reply to post by havok
Criticism noted and you most certainly have the right to call me out on those statements. Perhaps I do at times get frustrated with the never ending
self intentional, deleterious statements about the Kingdom in general and more specifically Islam.
The whole issue of the Royal Family perhaps, unintentionally, having some linkage to those who helped the hijackers must be presented with the fact
that there are over 2000 Princes in the Kingdom, the majority are incredibly wealthy, finance Mosques that preach radical interpretations of the Koran
and don't adhere to the principals of justice as it is enforced in the west. Too often, persons uncaring of the right of cultures to enforce their
laws as they see fit, criticize these cultures just because they are radically different from America.
So we can find common ground on the fact that so many here and elsewhere view of the world is restricted to what they can watch on you tube and read
on Google. Those limits present viewpoints that are unflattering to any country in which English is not the dominate spoken word-and western lifestyle
is always presented as the only way a Man, woman and child should live. You know I am right about that. Google and more ominous Wikipedia are
notoriously one sided in all matters of history-and modern cultures and that side is always...always leaning towards America and western culture. It
can be frustrating and one of the reasons of the clash of cultures in the West and Middle East.
The radicalization of Islam, in which all heretics must die, is no easier explained than Jim Jones who once threw a bible out the window and told his
followers to tear it to pieces because it's all lies, he was the savior! They followed, they went with him, and they died for him.
If people could be more astute to the realism of the world, and not view others as evil just because they are different, which masks it's self behind
the absurdity of political correctness in America, then perhaps I would not be prompted to make statements as I did in my previous post.