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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Wednesday, September 20, 2006


By: Dorothy Anne Seese

"Twenty years ago most Americans didn't pay very much attention to Islam, or to Muslims in general, and they went about their business doing whatever their various sects do. They had mosques in the USA, and they weren't bothered, and somehow they managed not to bother us. At least, they did not warrant making headlines.

During the past five years, when Arabs and Islamic 'radicals' came into the spotlight after they were credited for the Nine Eleven disaster (following a 1993 failed attack on WTC and the bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen), the US and European nations have suffered an influx of Muslims who insist that despite their riots, burning flags and figures in effigy, they are a peaceful people who simply want to lead a peaceful life for Allah.

Until the Pope quotes some source that disturbs them, then they get on their riot gear and go into a somewhat less than peaceful mode. They have some right that other faiths do not to go around demanding apologies from the leader of a religion that claims a billion members, as does the Roman Catholic faith? And just who gave them this right?

What if the Pope led his followers on a rampage against Islam? Now would that be offensive to them? You better believe it would, it most likely could trigger a full-scale religious war that Islam seems to wish to provoke anyway, in spite of the almost nauseating peace overtures made daily by the US and European nations (which aren't Christian anyway except in heritage). Yet millions of Muslims have migrated into the US and European nations, provoking a mountain range of politically-correct bowing and scraping by formerly self-respecting countries in order to appease all these fanatics in riot mode at any provocation, real or imagined." Read on.


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