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Posted 11/21/15 , edited 7/22/16
About why religion should decrease.
at some point since muslim culture an values are expanding leaving the young from such culture in more danger of exp, to job, to do anything leading to terror, let it out on others.

So where I want to go to is that its bad for everyone.
They don't respect others country, grouping up, don't get any education, much less chance of any jobs.
fed up with how to threat others and these values + human life, what girls should do, what the goverment should do and demands very HIGH demands.
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Posted 11/21/15 , edited 7/15/16
Most religions don't need to decrease. They just need to learn to mind their own damn business.
Posted 11/21/15 , edited 7/15/16
According to this, Muslims sound like they've embraced core American values. Fuck yeah, 'Slam.
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dotsforlife wrote:
Most religions don't need to decrease. They just need to learn to mind their own damn business.
but if you hold it it will allways come back to this (atleast much easier) to fall back on.

1. what the old says
2. don't know anything better to "support" or what is "right" atleast induvidual
3. Groupes like that is connected and stay strong (like he said the homeless go to the mosque and was desperate for anything and would do ANYTHING like blowing up others with themselfs)
4. Saying and thinking Islamic ground is the only thing that is supported no other law or anything is "better" then their rules and land.
like those in Sweden, England, Norway, Belgia all SAID IT PUBLIC.

that being said they also went agianst modern muslims so making them open minded would be very tricky (its like a samurai's honor issues where sucide is better then all that "differenet" values and culture)

You could try to convince the radical muslims to do anything good or think "good".


Hrafna wrote:

According to this, Muslims sound like they've embraced core American values. Fuck yeah, 'Slam.
well how some of them are they want to do the "same" what happend to america coming in and settle down and take over (since they say islam should be respected around the whole world with its rules and etc)

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Posted 11/21/15 , edited 7/15/16
Fundamentalists and extremists do not represent the whole of the religion. There are approximately 1.57 billion people who adhere to the Islamic faith. Attributing their actions and thought-process to all Muslims is absurd, emotionally-driven drivel that has no place in a rational conversation.

Just to put the sheer absurdity of this thought process into light, here's a few alternate examples of this "logic" at work.


"North Korea is an atheist state and it'll execute the religious without a second thought! Why are all you atheists trying to discriminate against and kill those who disagree with you?"

"During the Middle Ages, it was a crime to have any religious beliefs different from Christianity or to lack them as an agnostic or atheists. To this day, Christian terrorism continues! Why are all you Christians trying to establish a theocracy where free thought is punishable by death?"

"The Buddhist cult Aum Shinrikyo committed horrible crimes and acts! Remember when they released sarin gas into the Tokyo subway system and, in doing so, murdered 13 people? Why are all you Buddhists such violent cultists?"


The problem with assuming Islam to be inherently harmful, evil, and/or radical is that every concept, every idea, has its extremists and radicals. Extremism is not a concept limited to a singular faith or ideology. It's something that encompasses all concepts, all ideas, all beliefs, all peoples, etc. Could Islam radicalize those who follow or hear about it and cause them to commit acts of terrorism? Yes, of course. But so could every single ideology, viewpoint, perspective, philosophy, religion, and thought in human history. Islam is not some "religion of evil" that corrupts everyone it touches. Rarely are the issues and conflicts in this world so black-and-white, so simple, and so clear.
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Posted 11/21/15 , edited 7/14/16

GrandmasterCoolio wrote:

Fundamentalists and extremists do not represent the whole of the religion. There are approximately 1.57 billion people who adhere to the Islamic faith. Attributing their actions and thought-process to all Muslims is absurd, emotionally-driven drivel that has no place in a rational conversation.
*cough* thats why I said not everyone... *cough*
also I do work with muslims at work and totally fine with it...

not that it just instantly makes someone bad no.. but very high chances to get into such groupes.

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Posted 11/21/15 , edited 7/15/16
Here was a comment that showed an outdated viewpoint of mine. Now it's gone. Carry on, dear reader.
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Freddy96NO wrote:

*cough* thats why I said not everyone... *cough*
also I do work with muslims at work and totally fine with it...

not that it just instantly makes someone bad no.. but very high chances to get into such groupes.



I know. Nonetheless, you are making the case that Islam as a whole is an incredibly negative influence and threat. If that were the case, why are there so many Muslims who aren't radicals? Wouldn't a significant portion of the faith's followers be radicalized and wouldn't Islamic extremism avoid being situated primarily in a singular region, i.e. the Middle East?
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Nalaniel wrote:

I wish all religions (except for some oriental peace-loving ones) could be banned. It has only caused trouble for humanity and me.


Sounds like you got yellow fever.
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I want to ask of you if you have read just some of the quran.
can use a search (on the digital verison to show bad stuff in some of it)
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This controversial topic reminds me of Prepper Nurse's recent video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gH32YlALyE
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Nalaniel wrote:

I wish all religions (except for some oriental peace-loving ones) could be banned. It has only caused trouble for humanity and me.


Sounds like you got yellow fever.


I suppose. Thanks.
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