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Old September 12th, 2013, 05:24 PM   #21
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Yes, it was at the hand of radical Muslims. But so many people seem to want to blame all Muslims. I tend to see the problem as being with the radical part, not the Muslim part. I am against all radical thinking.

Does that make me a radical moderate?
It depends on what your idea of radical is.
According to most liberals anything outside the thought process of another liberal is radical.
More and more these days the Christian idea is looked at as radical when in fact it is the norm. Radical is what we are changing into. Look into our history and see who's changing what used to be.
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Old September 12th, 2013, 05:26 PM   #22
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Unless this date is important to our fallen soldiers, or your Bday
I assumed he was referring to Dec. 7, 1941. That would be an important date to some fallen soldiers.
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I assumed he was referring to Dec. 7, 1941. That would be an important date to some fallen soldiers.
Wanting Mike to be specific as he was trying to be with me.
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Unless this date is important to our fallen soldiers, or your Bday

The entire American Muslim population is not on board with this protest but the few that want to engage with there need to complain about the mistreatment of themselves(muslims) is not needed to be done on the anniversary of a very tradgic day for the families of the servivors and American citizens.
If they want to protest there are 364 other days to do that.




From a poll I heard of approx. 70% of the American Muslim population disagree with the extremists. It is the other 30% that live in this country I have my concerns about.
You would not find a % of the Christian population that would agree to violence or terrorist activities to make their point.
Your religion is no better or worse than anyone else's. Why spew your hatred toward other's beliefs?


Everyone knows the purple unicorn dinosaur photon transmogrifier created your god and allah and buddah and all the other elitist mfers out there and told them to tell their people all the bullshit you continue to spew to this day. The purple unicorn photon transmogrifier did this to entertain itself with all the wars and hatred towards all of his creations. All hail the purple unicorn photon transmogrifier.
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your religion is no better or worse than anyone else's. Why spew your hatred toward other's beliefs?


Everyone knows the purple unicorn dinosaur photon transmogrifier created your god and allah and buddah and all the other elitist mfers out there and told them to tell their people all the bullshit you continue to spew to this day. The purple unicorn photon transmogrifier did this to entertain itself with all the wars and hatred towards all of his creations. All hail the purple unicorn photon transmogrifier.
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So non radical muslims want to separate themselves from radical muslims. Fine by me. Why the fukc would you pick the worst day in the 365 days a year to do it?
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It sounds like the non radical Muslims did separate themselves from the radical Muslims by not showing up for this.
They way I read it, the non-radical muslims were the ones who were going to march.

If that's the case, then we know that there are exactly 21 non-radical muslims.
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They way I read it, the non-radical muslims were the ones who were going to march.

If that's the case, then we know that there are exactly 21 non-radical muslims.
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The group is led by M.D. Rabbi Alam, a professed 9/11 truther who has pushed controversial anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about the attacks.
It was Muslims who are tiring to deny that Muslims where behind the 9/11 attacks.
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Wanting Mike to be specific as he was trying to be with me.
I wondered.
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It was Muslims who are tiring to deny that Muslims where behind the 9/11 attacks.
I really haven't equated truthers with radical muslims, but I suppose a truther who happens to be muslim could fall into that category.

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It depends on what your idea of radical is.
According to most liberals anything outside the thought process of another liberal is radical.
More and more these days the Christian idea is looked at as radical when in fact it is the norm. Radical is what we are changing into. Look into our history and see who's changing what used to be.
I think just as many conservatives as liberals see anyone with a different set of ideas from their own as "radicals".

I also do not think of "radical" as being opposite of "the norm".

The "radical thinking" I'm opposed to is the thought process that goes on when someone has become so wrapped up in their own ideology that they will justify any means to reach their end, even if it means harming other people.
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I really haven't equated truthers with radical muslims, but I suppose a truther who happens to be muslim could fall into that category.

Me either, but my point was that these we're not your average Achmed on the street that wants to just live his life. These were people with some ax to grind about Muslims getting blamed for 9/11.
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I think just as many conservatives as liberals see anyone with a different set of ideas from their own as "radicals".

I also do not think of "radical" as being opposite of "the norm".

The "radical thinking" I'm opposed to is the thought process that goes on when someone has become so wrapped up in their own ideology that they will justify any means to reach their end, even if it means harming other people.
I do notice your last point about harming others. This is not something that Christians agree with and that is why you could not find any that would agree to that line of thinking. Islam on the other hand, it is a way of life and according to their book that is how they are to be.
We are great full that American Muslims do not think this way. They are more of the peaceful ones on the planet. Across the pond, well that's another story. They are beginning to be the majority and that is where they tend to be the most vocal.
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I do notice your last point about harming others. This is not something that Christians agree with and that is why you could not find any that would agree to that line of thinking. Islam on the other hand, it is a way of life and according to their book that is how they are to be.
We are great full that American Muslims do not think this way. They are more of the peaceful ones on the planet. Across the pond, well that's another story. They are beginning to be the majority and that is where they tend to be the most vocal.
Well certainly there have been people claiming to be Christians who have brought harm to others. The misery spread by the Westboro Baptist Church comes to mind. But I'll agree that I do not recall any of the teaching of Jesus ever talk of harming others in his name. Although I have not read much of it, I don't think the same can be said of the teachings of Mohammad.
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Finally the million muslims speak out about what their plan was on 9/11. It's nice to hear it from the ones who have all the answers.

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Well, that explains it.... Wow.
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And not a word from the mainstream media. Who says there is no media biased.
If it would have been a liberal cause it would have been front page, TV news for weeks on end. They would be sure that Americans would not forget. But seeing as it was a cause to speak out against something beyond liberalism........you hear only crickets.

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And not a word from the mainstream media. Who says there is no media biased.

About what? the non story million muslim march or the guys riding bikes?

If it would have been a liberal cause it would have been front page, TV news for weeks on end. They would be sure that Americans would not forget.

What was the cause? Did it have a political leaning? I thought it was showing support for victims of 9/11.


But seeing as it was a cause to speak out against something beyond liberalism........you hear only crickets.

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The media did do a spot about the million muslim march but nothing about the 800,000+ bikers that showed up. Don't you think that is rather biased? What would the media have to gain by not showing that?
I thought the million muslim march was to show support for the mistreatment of muslims.
In order for you to understand my posts you need to get inside my head, Mike well maybe not
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