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Another Peaceful Muslim?
May 16, 2010
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An interesting exchange between a Muslim and David Horowitz at UCSD 5/10/2010. Hosted by Young Americans for Freedom.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fSvyv0u ... =topvideos

March 25, 2013
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"afzal2112" wrote: Your paper sounds a bit sexist, I am afraid to say. Women with money would never even talk to women with no money - they have nothing in common.

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afzal2112,

Most of the people I know with money..male and female try not to let on that they have money. They do not dress fancy nor buy expensive homes et al.

They do indeed talk to people who have no money or less monies. They do not discuss their financial status.

What you state comes across as sexist itself. It also comes across as socialist or what we call class warfare...ala marxism.

It also comes across with a similar fingerprint to what many governments are trying to do today ..in singling out people with money for different or special treatment. This is not leadership on the part of governments nor education. It is whoredom...pimping out other peoples.

Just something I notice about your pattern of posting.

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April 21, 2013
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And we can add 2 more peaceful Muslims to the list: The Boston Marathon bombers.

That's right I said it. Maybe they aren't of Arab descent, but, that doesn't matter. They are/were radical Orthodox Muslims. As our government understands it, this homegrown terrorism where US citizens are radicalized (Fort Hood massacre also), is "the new normal." This is the new face of terrorism.

It's worth nothing that the new face of terrorism and the old face of terrorism are both perpetrated by radical Orthodox Muslims.

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April 21, 2013
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What is afzal2112 talking about by the way. His responses never have anything to do with the subject and the posts themselves don't even make any sense.

Smells like some kind of weird message forum bot to me.

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April 21, 2013
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Yeah..Frostedman,
I wonder how they are going to explain the Muslim connection ...it really burned my backside when they labeled the Fort Hood killings as "Workplace Violence."

Today's public education non standards are to play word games to hide or distract from what is the real cause and lead people off on a tangent.

That woman recently in the news...you know ..the one who said ..your children do not belong to you...she plays word games big time...and unless you are up on the pattern ..most would miss it ..not catch on to it. It is just that most of us are not up on the technique..so they can distract and mislead faster than most can keep up. It is still garbage however...and most people know this...just not how it is being done or promoted to our children and student children. Hence it is easy to mislead them ..when they get into high school and college.
I really hate that word..the collective...especially coming from so called Educated peoples. The Collective sends my alarm bells ringing big time.

Now we have politicians playing word games too..all from the same stable of schools and education systems.

By the way...I have on my kitchen table right now..that book .."The politically Incorrect Guide to Islam." I have only skimmed through it quickly while focusing on other books. I could not get into it very far and have switched to reading other books.

Currently reading .."The Lords of Finance" By Liaquat Ahamed

This is turning out to be a good and informative book about the Great Depression coming out of WW1...the bankers and their names..many of whom I am not at all familiar.

I also recently have read a book titled..

"Shakedown Socialism"

by Oleg Atbashian

Now this is a very small and fast read but packed with lots of useful current day information's. It is written by a fellow who left Russia in the 1990s to seek a better life in America only to find that the programs which failed Soviet Russia are being implemented here in the United States and using/misusing the same techniques ..of ignorance and political/social manipulation and word games as back in the Soviet days in Russia. A quick but information packed read of 124 pages long. I highly recommend it for a fast and informative read.

Also to back up "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam" I have

"The Hadith" The Sunna of MMohammed

and

"Sharia Law for Non Muslims"

Both of these books by Bill Warner.

So I am set for reading material for a bit.

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April 21, 2013
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"frrostedman" wrote: What is afzal2112 talking about by the way. His responses never have anything to do with the subject and the posts themselves don't even make any sense.

Smells like some kind of weird message forum bot to me.

I actually agree. I put a ban on the account... with a message stating if they want back in... to email me directly.

I am not entirely sure what some of these bots actually do... and what they are trying to spam.

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April 24, 2013
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"blackvault" wrote: [quote="frrostedman"]What is afzal2112 talking about by the way. His responses never have anything to do with the subject and the posts themselves don't even make any sense.

Smells like some kind of weird message forum bot to me.

I actually agree. I put a ban on the account... with a message stating if they want back in... to email me directly.

I am not entirely sure what some of these bots actually do... and what they are trying to spam.

He/She/It was spamming the link in his/her/its signature, which was a link to a website which evangelizes for Islam.

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April 24, 2013
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"orangetom1999" wrote: That woman recently in the news...you know ..the one who said ..your children do not belong to you...

Her words are burned into my memory banks. When I heard her little speech (she was doing a "public service announcement" on behalf of MSNBC), I was in the bed trying to sleep. It got my blood boiling so bad, I couldn't sleep for hours. I even felt physically sick because of it. I ended up finally falling asleep at 4am--still angry and hurting. And I had a horrible day at work the next day because of her words. It was sheer TORTURE hearing her pro-Communist speech echoing in my mind.

Even the mere sight of her makes me feel ill.

Folks, watch and listen to this "public service announcement" from one of our major news organizations. Tell me what YOU think. I ain't watchin it again. I'll seriously get sick. What a hideous woman (inside and out). I'm sorry but that's how I feel.

FYI the word "COLLECTIVE" that she uses... is one of the major key words used by Socialists, Marxists, and Communists. This message may seem innocuous at first... "no big deal" but you see, this is how it is done. This is how the mindset of an entire society is chipped away and molded and "fundamentally transformed." So maybe you aren't affected by it. Great. But think about the 10 year olds and the 16 year olds. Think about even the middle-aged people who have an average to below-average IQ. THEY are the target audience.

FYI she received a lot of backlash for what she said, and she tweeted everyone saying she was "doubling down" and stood by what she said and would not retract a single word of it. She meant it exactly how we received it; she's proud of it; and, sadly, there are millions of Liberals that think just like her.

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April 24, 2013
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What does she mean by "belong"? Your children aren't your property, that's for sure.

I think by saying "kids should belong to the community" or whatever she is just saying that we should think of not just "our" kids when making policy.

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April 24, 2013
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"at1with0" wrote: What does she mean by "belong"? Your children aren't your property, that's for sure.

I think by saying "kids should belong to the community" or whatever she is just saying that we should think of not just "our" kids when making policy.

The way everyone ELSE took it, which she didn't deny, is as follows:

A child is not the responsibility of its parents--instead it's part of a collective (the community). The parents shouldn't get to decide how their child is raised; the child should be taught what is right and wrong by the "collective" that it belongs to.

If the context for "belong" was to say the child is not the parents' property like you argue, then when she said the child instead it belongs to the collective--it would have to mean it is "property" of the collective. So that context is out. Well, either that or her message is even worse than I thought and she has much to explain by saying a child is the property of the collective.

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