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Post Ground Zero Thought Experiment
on: August 22, 2010, 20:35
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http://http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/244406/ground-zero-thought-experiment-andy-mccarthy

This sums up the debate for me. It's not a religion thing; it's a respect issue.

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Post Re: Ground Zero Thought Experiment
on: September 1, 2010, 19:09
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The article presumes their is some kind of potentially effective a dialog. And their were some kind of actual rational dialog dialog the article itself would be ridiculous. Go figure.

The problem is that we are the self professed offenders of Islam and the world needs oil and they have more talking money than the Federal Reserve could dream of printing.

Islam is merely responding to our intrusions into Mohammanville and our infidelic influence on Joe Muslim and the world they wish to purify of evil. (and they are insanely jealous as hell of others that can actually build something)

If they can expand Mohammadville into the West, their offense at our presence will follow. Probably be even be more extreme. That's pretty funny. I kind of admire their drive. Hate is a real motivator. I feel sorry for them if we adopted their hate. I think they know when and where to back off. That why they have not been exterminated long ago. Even today the Poles question Sobeski not thoroughly cleaning house.

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Post Re: Ground Zero Thought Experiment
on: October 16, 2010, 18:35
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Excellent point on the presumption of a potentially effective dialog. I don't see the extremism you do as encompassing the totality of Islam. However, there are two forces at work that may lend itself to your cause. The concept of Muslim community and its support for the existing authority. Also, the view of Islam (and most fundamental religious person's) view of their religion as the end all/be all. There is not a lot of room for discussion of moderation with someone who literally believes in the totality of their religion, when that religion does not allow for liberalism.

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