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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #20 on: April 09, 2012, 02:43:11 PM »
I'm with you there, brother. Islam is a culture of hate. Are there nice, friendly Arabs / Moslems? Of course there are. But there were nice friendly Nazis too. In the end you are known by your actions. You can't belong to a hate filled jihadist culture and then claim that you're not like the rest of them. I know this goes back a ways, but remember when Cat Stevens said that Salman Rushdie deserved to die because he defamed the prophet? Kind of makes you think doesn't it? They'd kill us infidels in a moment if they had the chance. Even the ones who like you today would slaughter you tomorrow on a word from their leaders.


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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #21 on: April 09, 2012, 02:51:07 PM »
Agreed.  Look how the Taliban treated thier "own" people when they were in power!  And look at the other Islamic nations and the punishments they hand out and the Sharia crap they allow their patrician society to commit against women and children.  It is nothing short of barbaric.
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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #22 on: April 09, 2012, 03:00:27 PM »
Sorry, my point about Cat Stevens might have been lost in the mysts of time. He was a happy songwriting hippie who converted to Islam. When Salman Rushdie wrote his book and was condemned to die by the ayatollahs, Cat Stevens was interviewed and asked whether Salman Rushdie deserved to die.

Here's my point: Cat Stevens couldn't say NO. His Moslem religion REQUIRED him to agree with a death sentence that was passed for free speech.

Is that a religion?

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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #23 on: April 09, 2012, 04:13:20 PM »
OK....I'm buying a few tee's and a hat.
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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #24 on: April 09, 2012, 07:50:39 PM »
Sorry, my point about Cat Stevens might have been lost in the mysts of time. He was a happy songwriting hippie who converted to Islam. When Salman Rushdie wrote his book and was condemned to die by the ayatollahs, Cat Stevens was interviewed and asked whether Salman Rushdie deserved to die.

Here's my point: Cat Stevens couldn't say NO. His Moslem religion REQUIRED him to agree with a death sentence that was passed for free speech.

Is that a religion?

No.  It's a total-life, political system with a "religious" component, which is why I believe it warrants no 1st Amendment protections in this country.
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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #25 on: April 09, 2012, 10:05:39 PM »
Cat Stevens couldn't say NO. His Moslem religion REQUIRED him to agree with a death sentence that was passed for free speech.

Is that a religion?


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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #26 on: April 10, 2012, 06:54:30 AM »
Sorry, my point about Cat Stevens might have been lost in the mysts of time. He was a happy songwriting hippie who converted to Islam. When Salman Rushdie wrote his book and was condemned to die by the ayatollahs, Cat Stevens was interviewed and asked whether Salman Rushdie deserved to die.

Here's my point: Cat Stevens couldn't say NO. His Moslem religion REQUIRED him to agree with a death sentence that was passed for free speech.

Is that a religion?

No, it is a cult.

Remember Cassius Clay?  Yeah, it was really the hip thing to do back in the day to be cool, convert to Islam and get a cool new Jihadi name, and it got you to the front of the conscientious objector line at the local draft board...

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I do not nor will I ever consider Islam a religion, it is a cult meant to perpetuate a barbaric, deviant and sadistic lifestyle.  No matter how much anyone tries to soften it or pretty it up, it's essence is still demonic.

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Re: "Infidel" apparel
« Reply #27 on: April 10, 2012, 11:07:26 AM »
Ok, bought a couple of shirts and a sticker for the truck. I am a proud infidel. I certainly hope this apparel causes discussion and questions......I'll be happy to respond.

 I asked a couple of soldiers just back from overseas about their experiences with Muslims in general. I can't find many who put any trust in them. Never turned their backs on a mussie, always aware of their actions. Kinda like it was just orders, so they had to work with them, but no one trusts their intentions.

I stand by my stance the only good Muslim is a dead Muslim.
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