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Don't they understand they they brought all this upon themselves when they dare to oppose God's chosen?

Civilian causalities of this magnitude would usually bring about world outrage on any other part of the globe, but when genocide is being perpetrated by those who are just a little more human than the rest of mankind against the savage Palestinian goyim, it's little more than collateral damage.
 
http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/com...30046.html
Define "west"
voxpopulisuxx Wrote:Define "west"
Do I really have to?

I mean in context of the article itself, it should be self-explanatory.
Why is the BVM referred to as 'Hannah, if Our Lady' on Hebrew Wikipedia? That's what I wanna know.
Quote: Why do they hate us, we will ask?

Many muslims think ours are Christian societies, they hate Christ so there is that. Jewish society, its the same thing. They really hate Jews. It's commanded by their satanic religion, it's that brutally simple unfortunately.

Some muslims are a little better informed and know we are not Christian societies any longer and hate us for our decadence and don't want the rot of our society to spread to their children. One can almost sympathize with this.



Phew, I thought the thread meant East Coast idiosyncracies and cowboy jokes. We here from Colorady is cultured folk, y'know.
alaric Wrote:
voxpopulisuxx Wrote:Define "west"
Do I really have to?

I mean in context of the article itself, it should be self-explanatory.

When I think West I only think of the Church , but when I think of the USA I think of babylon
voxpopulisuxx Wrote:
alaric Wrote:
voxpopulisuxx Wrote:Define "west"
Do I really have to?

I mean in context of the article itself, it should be self-explanatory.

When I think West I only think of the Church , but when I think of the USA I think of babylon
If you asked the average person on the street why Muslims hate the West, do you actually believe that they think by West, you meant the Church or Western civilization and culture?

I think the answer to that is obvious.
Heinrich Wrote:Phew, I thought the thread meant East Coast idiosyncracies and cowboy jokes. We here from Colorady is cultured folk, y'know.
Actually you might be on to something, we here in the Northeast have a real dislike for them Aspen, Coors-drinking weirdos.....
Ron Paul aginst H. Res. 34 the ("we support Israel no matter f%$#^$#ing what because we need their money and OR are being blackmailed by AIPAC  bill.....)


Madame Speaker, I strongly oppose H. Res. 34, which was rushed to the floor with almost no prior notice and without consideration by the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The resolution clearly takes one side in a conflict that has nothing to do with the United States or US interests. I am concerned that the weapons currently being used by Israel against the Palestinians in Gaza are made in America and paid for by American taxpayers. What will adopting this resolution do to the perception of the United States in the Muslim and Arab world? What kind of blowback might we see from this? What moral responsibility do we have for the violence in Israel and Gaza after having provided so much military support to one side?
As an opponent of all violence, I am appalled by the practice of lobbing homemade rockets into Israel from Gaza. I am only grateful that, because of the primitive nature of these weapons, there have been so few casualties among innocent Israelis. But I am also appalled by the longstanding Israeli blockade of Gaza – a cruel act of war – and the tremendous loss of life that has resulted from the latest Israeli attack that started last month.
There are now an estimated 700 dead Palestinians, most of whom are civilians. Many innocent children are among the dead. While the shooting of rockets into Israel is inexcusable, the violent actions of some people in Gaza does not justify killing Palestinians on this scale. Such collective punishment is immoral. At the very least, the US Congress should not be loudly proclaiming its support for the Israeli government’s actions in Gaza.
Madame Speaker, this resolution will do nothing to reduce the fighting and bloodshed in the Middle East. The resolution in fact will lead the US to become further involved in this conflict, promising “vigorous support and unwavering commitment to the welfare, security, and survival of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state.” Is it really in the interest of the United States to guarantee the survival of any foreign country? I believe it would be better to focus on the security and survival of the United States, the Constitution of which my colleagues and I swore to defend just this week at the beginning of the 111th Congress. I urge my colleagues to reject this resolution.
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