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Someone told me that for solving this religius debacle
It simply have to explode and get extreme focus so humanity can overcome.
I don't know time will tell
I hit some spots it seams, i must be the devil lol


It's not the Devil, you've got it all wrong, it's because of the Smurfs.

They are the real root of all our problem.

But yesterday, I was actually in favor of exterminating all the leprechaun.

So, let's exterminate both, just to be sure.
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+10
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"The Tennessean reports that Bob Old believes the United States would be better without Muslims altogether."

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Why not? no muslims....no terror
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You disgust me the way you play with this...with your "blessings"...What a joke!



Troll much? I really dont give a crap what you think. I think that if they want to burn qurans fine if they want to burn bibles fine....there is a such thing as freedom or expression and speech etc.

May the Great Spirit Bless you

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Tann

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hf
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Put the blame for 9/11 where it belongs. Stop the lies and the Religious Wars on behalf of Satan.

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Mossad did 9/11, ALL THE PROOF IN THE WORLD!! FOLLOW THE MONEY

Forward this to the Pastor that he is burning the wrong book


Just because a bunch of sheep burn American Flags etc, does it mean that Christians should lower themselves to the same gutter.

Do you try to save a drunkard's soul by out drinking him?
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+9000
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And now.... KANSAS!

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The way I see it: one crazy group of monotheists wants to burn another group of monotheists' holy book.

Over the past 2000 years, the 3 main varieties of monotheism have actively persecuted each other and also executed members of their own religions who believed the wrong thing. The starting point both for Christianity (when it got powerful enough) and Islam was to convert or kill all pagans in their territory, a process that continues today in Africa and Asia.

At certain moments in this appalling history, enlightened thinkers have tried to reign in the crazy monotheistic impulse to kill anything different. In the past they succeeded for short periods but their main legacy was the founding of the United States as a place where religion was separated from the state. The Founding Fathers were a group of Deists who were not beholden to any specific religion.

The problem is that America is - let's be honest - divided into "sane" and "insane" territories depending on location, social standing and religious belief. The most fervent Christian believers are from areas that were traditionally the poorest and most backward parts of the country. Since the 1950s, however, the South has become demographically more powerful and able to determine the course of the country. And it is dragging the more "sane" areas into the crazy discourse of End Times Fundamentalism and Dominionism.

Remember, the likes of our Koran-burning preacher want to turn the Enlightenment around and go back to a worldview that says everything was created in 4004BC. They are no different from the Taliban. They are the mirror image of the Mad Mullahs in Iran.

So yes, go ahead and burn that Koran, but remember the God you worship has bloodstained teeth and enjoys nothing better than getting his followers to kill each other. In his name - remember?
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The way I see it: one crazy group of monotheists wants to burn another group of monotheists' holy book.

Over the past 2000 years, the 3 main varieties of monotheism have actively persecuted each other and also executed members of their own religions who believed the wrong thing. The starting point both for Christianity (when it got powerful enough) and Islam was to convert or kill all pagans in their territory, a process that continues today in Africa and Asia.

At certain moments in this appalling history, enlightened thinkers have tried to reign in the crazy monotheistic impulse to kill anything different. In the past they succeeded for short periods but their main legacy was the founding of the United States as a place where religion was separated from the state. The Founding Fathers were a group of Deists who were not beholden to any specific religion.

The problem is that America is - let's be honest - divided into "sane" and "insane" territories depending on location, social standing and religious belief. The most fervent Christian believers are from areas that were traditionally the poorest and most backward parts of the country. Since the 1950s, however, the South has become demographically more powerful and able to determine the course of the country. And it is dragging the more "sane" areas into the crazy discourse of End Times Fundamentalism and Dominionism.

Remember, the likes of our Koran-burning preacher want to turn the Enlightenment around and go back to a worldview that says everything was created in 4004BC. They are no different from the Taliban. They are the mirror image of the Mad Mullahs in Iran.

So yes, go ahead and burn that Koran, but remember the God you worship has bloodstained teeth and enjoys nothing better than getting his followers to kill each other. In his name - remember?
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Very well said sir, thank you!
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the koran is not 'holy'.

God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.

If I hear the koran referred to as holy one more time, I'm going to scratch my eyes out (not really).

Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy.

Nutballs.
The Lord is good.
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You simply can't allow one religion to burn books, flags and demonstrate to their heart's content and tell another that it can't do the same.

It is not the government burning anything. But it is the government that is to provide equal protection under the law.

That means if muslims are allowed to demonstrate and burn things, so are those of other faiths.
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Pretty good, Bluebird.
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i dont care one way or another if he burns it. But its not going to change anything, what is the point in burning it?

its a pretty silly move, and is just going to cause problems where you dont want them to start.

but burn away
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(AP) NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Springfield minister said he also plans to burn a Quran on Saturday to mark the 9/11 terrorist attacks.


May the Great Spirit Bless you

Take Care
Tann



You people are fucking insane. And most of you don't realize what it truly means.

The Crusades in 2010? No thanks...

Jesus Fucking Christ, I'm seriously starting to hope that we all get wiped by a meteor or something as soon as possible.

It's not about bowing to anything, or being weak, or else.

It's about being RATIONAL.

Madness breeds madness.




Well, I don't think we can re-write the constitution in time to accommodate your muslim buddies.

Yes, it's madness all right but on their part to make such ludicrous demands.

So you are saying that the rights of some should become null and void because of threats from other?

And you find that rational?


I'm not Muslim.

I'm saying think about the consequences of what you do.

I'm not saying live in fear, bow down, and step on your sovereignty and freedom.

All I'm saying, is that there are more intelligent ways to achieve your goals, whatever they are.

This is a hamfisted approach, that will result in worldwide drama and death.




BTW, what the hell are you going on about with "what I do"? I am not doing anything!

What part of that do you Brits not understand? This is not the actions of all and not the actions of the government but a very few individuals.

Nonetheless, they are within their protected rights to do so.
 Quoting: Bluebird


I apologize if it was poorly worded, it was not directed at you specifically.

And don't get me wrong, I am all for free speech. This is non negotiable.
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God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.
 Quoting: Fishersofmen


bsflag

Like you said, "Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy."
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i dont care one way or another if he burns it. But its not going to change anything, what is the point in burning it?

its a pretty silly move, and is just going to cause problems where you dont want them to start.

but burn away
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Yep, you're right! It's a silly move that will only make us look as pathetic as they are. But then I guess there's not much difference, a religious nut is a religious nut regardless of the religion!
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DAMN RELIGIOUS FUCKS WILL GET US ALL KILLED.



+1


And maybe that's not a bad thing. maybe it's time for a reset.

Too many conflicts in this world.

I'm not advocating violence or else. But a good old fashioned ELE event would be welcomed I think.

Impartial and objective. Bye bye all of us and all that useless suffering.

Let's rebuild a matrix next time where we omit the horrors.


Well, if that is the case... I will do my part to kill as many religious people as possible in the coming war. For me it'll be against ANY religion since they are all to blame for this madness.
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You don't have to kill anyone to achieve your mean. But patience is of the essence.
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[link to www.truthtube.tv]

These fuckers are lost......
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the koran is not 'holy'.

God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.

If I hear the koran referred to as holy one more time, I'm going to scratch my eyes out (not really).

Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy.

Nutballs.
 Quoting: Fishersofmen

true though I think it is a constitutional stance they are putting forth and standing on!
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the koran is not 'holy'.

God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.

If I hear the koran referred to as holy one more time, I'm going to scratch my eyes out (not really).

Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy.

Nutballs.
 Quoting: Fishersofmen


This kind of thinking has been leading the entire world to chaos and violence for thousand of years.

Don't you think it's time to reevaluate your position?

This whole "my dick is longer than yours" is getting old, really.

Get over it, FFS.
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the koran is not 'holy'.

God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.

If I hear the koran referred to as holy one more time, I'm going to scratch my eyes out (not really).

Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy.

Nutballs.
 Quoting: Fishersofmen

AMEN!

I have taken to referring to it as the Evil Koran. If nothing else, it is my humble attempt to counter Obama's insistence on calling that 7th century manual on wife beating, pedophilia, and murder Holy.
"God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, & always, well informed... If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty... Let them take arms... What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. " - Thomas Jefferson in 1787
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You disgust me the way you play with this...with your "blessings"...What a joke!



Troll much? I really dont give a crap what you think. I think that if they want to burn qurans fine if they want to burn bibles fine....there is a such thing as freedom or expression and speech etc.

May the Great Spirit Bless you

Take Care
Tann
 Quoting: Lostbird

There's also such thing as abusing one's "freedom or expression and speech etc."

Besides, wouldn't this be "disturbing the peace?"

charlie
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the koran is not 'holy'.

God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.

If I hear the koran referred to as holy one more time, I'm going to scratch my eyes out (not really).

Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy.

Nutballs.

AMEN!

I have taken to referring to it as the Evil Koran. If nothing else, it is my humble attempt to counter Obama's insistence on calling that 7th century manual on wife beating, pedophilia, and murder Holy.
 Quoting: Resister


Good thing the bible don't have any of that wife bashing stuff in it, lol
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the koran is not 'holy'.

God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.

If I hear the koran referred to as holy one more time, I'm going to scratch my eyes out (not really).

Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy.

Nutballs.

AMEN!

I have taken to referring to it as the Evil Koran. If nothing else, it is my humble attempt to counter Obama's insistence on calling that 7th century manual on wife beating, pedophilia, and murder Holy.
 Quoting: Resister

Speaking of "holy":

Whenever we read the obscene stories, the voluptuous debaucheries, the cruel and torturous executions, the unrelenting vindictiveness, with which more than half the bible is filled, it would seem more consistent that we called it the word of a demon than the Word of God. It is a history of wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalize mankind.
Thomas Paine (1737 - 1809)
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The Native way is to have respect for all peoples and cultures....
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BTW, what the hell are you going on about with "what I do"? I am not doing anything!

What part of that do you Brits not understand? This is not the actions of all and not the actions of the government but a very few individuals.

Nonetheless, they are within their protected rights to do so.


I apologize if it was poorly worded, it was not directed at you specifically.

And don't get me wrong, I am all for free speech. This is non negotiable.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1086425




And yet. . .that is exactly what you are advocating.

Contrary to the Eurotards constant stereotyping and name calling, I am not even particularly religious. And Kansas is considered the Midwest. Many here do not even consider themselves Christian by any stroke of the imagination.

I do have strong feelings about the freedom of speech. If it can be taken from this one small insignificant group, it can be taken from any of us at any time it is demanded by muslims.

I understand that you have accepted Sharia Law in Britain in certain instances but that is not the case in this country. They have already been given far too much preferential treatment for my way of thinking and it is never enough. Past behavior in this regard says that giving in to these two most recent threats would result in even more demands and threats.

So where does it end?
One of the most important aspects of conspiracy theories is being able to discern when there isn't one.

Oh yeah, like you'd understand anyway.

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All this is nothing but a silly argument.

The only solution IMO, is to take the best of both worlds.

Why don't we extract the best and most positive values from all the existing religious books.

Isn't time for a major revamp of these ancestral and violent dogmas?

Enough with all the bullshit, many of us see through it now. Many of us are Agnostics, Atheist, or whatever you want to label us.

But one thing remains: We have an objective opinion about this phenomenon. These debates do not trigger uncontrolled emotional physical reactions.

We ponder about the facts and the reality. We think, we analyze. And we do not judge (some do of course, but most don't).

We have to get outside this primal emotional debate. We have to elevate ourselves. We must become rational beings. Not just emotional beings.

A world driven by emotion is a world driven by hate and competition.

We must elevate ourselves above these primal emotions.
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You disgust me the way you play with this...with your "blessings"...What a joke!



Troll much? I really dont give a crap what you think. I think that if they want to burn qurans fine if they want to burn bibles fine....there is a such thing as freedom or expression and speech etc.

May the Great Spirit Bless you

Take Care
Tann

There's also such thing as abusing one's "freedom or expression and speech etc."

Besides, wouldn't this be "disturbing the peace?"

charlie
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They would be on private property acting within the law. How can that be disturbing the peace when it is no ones business what one does in such instances?

However, burning the flag on the sidewalk, public property, by muslims probably was.

And yet they have always been allowed to do this. Why a different standard for some and not for others?
One of the most important aspects of conspiracy theories is being able to discern when there isn't one.

Oh yeah, like you'd understand anyway.

Where are we going and why am I in this handbasket?. . .J. Handy
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Hell yes! Go Tenn Minister!
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I'm with you!
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The Native way is to have respect for all peoples and cultures....
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The American way is to exterminate the Natives ...
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the koran is not 'holy'.

God is holy, Jesus is holy, God's word is holy.

If I hear the koran referred to as holy one more time, I'm going to scratch my eyes out (not really).

Just because people call it holy doesn't MAKE it holy.

Nutballs.
 Quoting: Fishersofmen

clappa clappa BRAVO !!
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BTW, what the hell are you going on about with "what I do"? I am not doing anything!

What part of that do you Brits not understand? This is not the actions of all and not the actions of the government but a very few individuals.

Nonetheless, they are within their protected rights to do so.


I apologize if it was poorly worded, it was not directed at you specifically.

And don't get me wrong, I am all for free speech. This is non negotiable.




And yet. . .that is exactly what you are advocating.

Contrary to the Eurotards constant stereotyping and name calling, I am not even particularly religious. And Kansas is considered the Midwest. Many here do not even consider themselves Christian by any stroke of the imagination.

I do have strong feelings about the freedom of speech. If it can be taken from this one small insignificant group, it can be taken from any of us at any time it is demanded by muslims.

I understand that you have accepted Sharia Law in Britain in certain instances but that is not the case in this country. They have already been given far too much preferential treatment for my way of thinking and it is never enough. Past behavior in this regard says that giving in to these two most recent threats would result in even more demands and threats.

So where does it end?
 Quoting: Bluebird


We live in an unbalanced world. And this is normal, because this world is still in its infancy as a global world. That is:

We are all humans and living on the same planet. I know many don't like this idea, and will equate it with some obscure NWO agenda. But this is still the reality. How much longer can we pretend it's not true and confine ourselves to our own communities?

I mean, at one point, if we want to evolve, don't we have to confront each others? Make compromises, and reach some kind of middle ground?

What you see in the news, and what capture your attention, are nothing but extreme views. of course, these extreme views, are inflammatory.

But what about the middle aground? Don't you think that most people want to have good life? No death, no violence, no extremism?

The medias are just using these extremes to stir up shit. But I think it's a good thing. Because it creates debates.

We have to meet each other, in our different world views, if we rae to, one day, find a middle ground.
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"The Tennessean reports that Bob Old believes the United States would be better without Muslims altogether."

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

Why not? no muslims....no terror
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Yep.

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