The religion of peace and tolerance strikes again

Discussion in 'The Real World' started by jimpeel, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    The Taliban just hates music. There is the possibility her husband staged this but the record speaks for itself. Numerous singers have been threatened, killed, or have fled for their lives.


  2. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    wow, the taliban seems to have you beat on the ignorance scale, but hey at least you are still making a good showing. suggesting that those assholes are representative of islam is like claiming that the KKK represents all their christian brothers + the prince of peace.
  3. Winky

    Winky Well-Known Member

    Minx yes they DO represent ALL Islam ya dweeb
    and you durned well know it
  4. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    When entire governments of entire countries and regions are elected by the people and that government is a brutal dictatorship staffed by Islamists, elected by Islamists, then, yes, they do represent all of Islam.
  5. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    what government would that be jim?

    the taliban took power by force. today there are islamists in parliament but there are also a bunch (~30%) of women. hmmm. strange that that is possible in taliban land huh? did you notice that thing called the arab spring? did you notice that brutal dictatorships are kinda contested these days, over there, with many different viewpoints arising from the mess? apparently not everyone is an islamist.

    even if there were some decent examples of your freely elected brutal islamic dictatorship (pardon my laughter please)... they represent themselves, not everybody else.

    your apparent joy in leaping to universal condemnation certainly is telling... and what's really interesting is that you're so caught up in your machinations that you miss where you and the taliban agree. child brides, for one. why winky could get behind it too!
  6. Winky

    Winky Well-Known Member

    Fag marriage is the first step towards child brides
    guess I should get behind that
  7. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    Your so-called "Arab Spring" is a sham. Look at Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood is coming to power; and they were ELECTED! Just wait to see what happens after they take power.
  8. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    i didn't name it "arab spring" jim. and you just keep getting smaller, and smaller... soon *poof* you will be gone.

    the election in egypt is anything but uncontested, and the muslim brotherhood is not that much different from you. they want capitalism as well as traditional moral-religious law. you'd be their best buddy if it weren't for your superficial and nonsensical notions of us and them.

    keep spewing shit. let me know if you need to send you some toothpicks.
  9. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member


    That would be you who is spewing shit and defending those who spew shit.

    I didn't say you coined the term. You made that up.

    You obviously haven't read the latest coming out of Egypt.

    My "traditional moral-religious law" doesn't include the abuse of women or Sharia law.
  10. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    "i know you are but what am i?"

    good show.

    you did refer to "your [my] so-called "arab spring"" which certainly does suggest i have a close connection - real or imagined - to that stuff. quit weaseling.

    yes, i have read the latest on egypt, which is why i am able to dispute your nonsense. if you can show me that the election is an obvious landslide in favor of fundamentalist muslims, go for it. familiar with the phrase "within the margin of error?" or perhaps you'd like to suggest that everyone in the US is precisely aligned with obama's goals, cause he did win the last election? oh, right, the rules you apply to them don't apply to us.

    you seem to be enthusiastically behind kiddie rapist warren jeffs. if that isn't abuse of woman, what is?

    thanks for providing some entertainment.
  11. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

  12. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

  13. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    yeah 48 to 52%.

    there's your landslide, ace.

    christ, read your own stinking new source. the frontpage of this has CONTESTED written all over it.

    there's nothing in your sources i have not seen already. the so-called "MSM" is okay assuming one knows how to read things critically, and the nonMSmedia is at least as biased. though more obviously - and humorously - so.

    how's warren?
  14. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    The only person on this thread who has used the word "landslide" is you. So how is it "my landslide"?

    Haven't seen or heard from Warren since your daughter ran off with him. Must be keeping him happy.
  15. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    landslide just refers to a question you never answered. were it [the egyptian election] a landslide in favor of the mulsim brotherhood, that would sorta support your point of view. but, again, for the nth time NOT EVERYONE OVER THERE AGREES. there are major pockets of dissent of varying forms and interests. you just want to say "they are all the same," just like every other comic book fan. they're not, grand cyclops.

    personally i don't see why you're so upset because the muslim brotherhood, again, favors a market economy, just with some overhanging religious morality bullshit. they should be your best buddies.

    if you can show me a population with a real, legitimate ability to vote/choose which has clearly and strongly (not marginally) chosen leadership of the sort that is in favor of brutal, medieval-style sharia (not some form of islamic law tempered by modernity and the social demands of capitalism)... well, go for it.

    of course if you could answer such questions you would have several posts ago, but instead, it's white noise-filled meanders across flatlandia. yeah jim my daughter ran off with warren jeffs. impressive assertion.

    i'll put a tarp down to catch your spittle.

    by the way, does US law have any foundation in christianity?
  16. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    "by the way, does US law have any foundation in christianity?"

    Every country has law based on Christian principles -- even Arabic countries. The Ten Commandments is universal.
  17. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    right. 'cause they are mentioned in the vedas. and confucianism. regardless, you are willing to concede that the presence of religious law is not in itself a negative thing?

    how familiar are you with how the muslim brotherhood interprets sharia? what's your assessment of turkish society? if bashir assad celebrates easter, does that make his regime christian?
  18. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    The presence of religion in politics is not a problem as long as it does not dictate those politics. Sharia law dictates the politics.

    How they interpret Sharia is not the problem. Sharia is the problem.

    Turkey is a unique society that allows mixing of religions. That will end if Muslim extremism is allowed to flourish.

    Look at what happened to the ancient Bamiyan Buddhist statues in Afghanistan under the Taliban. They were offered millions of dollars in food relief for their people yet they chose Sharia law over the well being of their population. They blew them up.

    Then there is this:

    It is well that this was not discovered while the Taliban was in power or they would have moved bulldozers to the site immediately.

    Obama and Hillary Clinton celebrated Ramadan. Does that make them Muslim?
  19. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    yeah jim no one is suggesting that your like-minded taliban friends are anything less than complete assholes and that their "sharia" is fucked up. posting bad stuff about the taliban is like reporting that water is wet.
  20. Winky

    Winky Well-Known Member

    you two
    get a room

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