simonshack wrote:Maat wrote:Uhuh, and don't ya love the "Islamic" name they pulled out of their proverbial for the cliché cleric:
Well, how much longer are we, the public, supposed to buy that the "ISLAMICS" are the source of all our woes, "terrorism, violence, hate, airplane hijackings" and all that shit?
I am half Swedish and half Norwegian. Norway and Sweden are two adjacent countries just like Palestine and Israel.
Well, if I were only Norwegian, I would immediately suspect the SWEDES to be behind this continuous and ridiculous bashing of my countrymen/ and women. Yes, Swedes and Norwegians don't get along very well either!
Can't people see very clearly what is going on here? What more evidence do you, honest reader, need in order to take a firm stance against this ongoing, hate-mongering bullcrap fomented by the jewish-owned media corporations ?
Oh well, here we go... Let's see if this little rant of mine will ruin all the good work we are doing here...
My personal impression of muslim countries - having travelled quite a bit in my life - is full of memories of particularly peaceful, cheerful, and warmly welcoming people - such as I have NEVER encountered in the Western World. I just felt I had to write these lines - for the record.
I agree 100% Simon!
I'm so sick & tired of it, but even trying to ridicule the nonsense they keep dishing out seems like pissing in the wind, I know. Like the obviously made up name spelling in that ridiculous story, "Sheikh Hassan Makbul" FFS.
In order to rule and maintain control over their citizens, every government has created an enemy or threat on which to focus and project their collective shadow (blame). The USA & Europe had the Soviets and vice versa, but once that fizzled out they had to find another. Israel invented the "suicide bomber/terrorist" myth to "justify" their bastardry in Palestine, so Muslims became the pseudo Christian world's convenient scapegoat as well.
There was never any such thing as a "suicide bomber" of any religion, it makes absolutely no sense to begin with — any people who ever fought against oppression in any time or place want to live just like everyone else.
How do you fight willful ignorance and prejudice?