Monday, September 18, 2006

Wait, let me rephrase that ...

I think we can all agree on the problem here:

Calling for the Pope's execution

That's the ticket for a world-class religion which professes itself to be peaceful: let's kill anyone who insults Islam - or whom muslims percieve as having insulted Islam...

Uh-huh.... real mature and sophisticated: "We don't like what you said, so we'll kill you." Now tell me how we're supposed to take Islam seriously if its public face and voice in the West preaches barbarism?

Exactly. You know what those bloodthirsty, barbaric Muslim whackjobs need? A good role model, that's what:

After the September 11 attack masterminded by a terrorist hoping to spark a religious war, virtually every official and pundit knew better than to take the bait. Except for conservative commentator Ann Coulter, who wrote in a syndicated column on September 12 that in responding to terrorists "we should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity."

Um ... OK, that was a bad example. Let me get back to you about this.


Zorpheous said...

Or you could have mentioned Pat Roberts and his desire to assinate various world leaders. Or how about the ever level headed Rev Felps (ap?) and his respectful dialog and debates.

Seven Star Hand said...

Hello CC and all,

Good article! My missive is directed more to others and in agreement with you.

There is no truth without discernment and taking this situation out of context will never solve this world's problems. The straw that breaks the camel's back always follows the results of earlier deeds.

The Pope's choice of words were brain dead, in my humble opinion, if he was seeking to spread peace. He could have appealed for cooler heads and humility from all sides using any other words, but instead he chose to quote Crusade era hypocrisy that was guaranteed to inflame Muslims. Now we see the backtracking and spinning that always follows the gaffes of those afraid of simply telling the truth.

More proof that religion is the opposite of truth, wisdom, and justice

The "infallible" Grand Inquisitor (the pot) sought to lecture Islam (the kettle) about spreading religion through dark deeds by quoting a Dark Ages text while the USA and Europe are in the midst of the Neo-Crusades. The irony and absurdity in this situation is amazing, to say the least. It evidences both the fallacy and fallibility of those who vainly and arrogantly pretend to serve the Creator.

Dear Pope, ever heard of Karma or the golden rule? Ever stop to remember how the Vatican and western nations became so rich and powerful over the centuries? Ever consider giving up your blood drenched wealth and earthly power to end the blatant hypocrisy of your vane, materialistic, and duplicitous empire? Ever think of forgoing your peacock's robes to walk the walk instead of simply talking the talk? Remember the "eye of the needle" and "log and mote in the eye" parables? Is this a demonstration of your infallibility, wisdom, or utter blindness? As another wise one once said; What goes around comes around!

The West has killed far more Muslims (and other dark skins) than they have killed westerners, yet our press and leaders can only see Muslim and "third world" desperation in the face of western military and economic dominance and oppression, (in the name of God and country, by the way), as sources of evil in this world.

Guess what guys and girls, war, violence, and injustice are evil, no matter what the excuse or cause or who is doing it to whom. Anyone who thinks the Creator would judge religion, war, or any other profiteering at the expense of others as wise or acceptable activities has a very big surprise in store.

Here is Wisdom!!
...and here too...

Anonymous said...

You guys are sooo out to lunch it's hilarious. So it's fine to publicly call for the execution of the leader of the Catholic faith and the head of state of the Vatican? Moral relativism run rampant. Thank God the loony left will never seize power in Canada.

Adam said...

Is that the point you think is being made here anonymous? Are you that stupid that you need these things explained to you?

The point is that it's laughably hypocritical to condemn the stated views (of a "notorious Muslim extremist") while continually excusing, repeating and venerating the likes of Roberts and Coulter who have repeatedly done the exact same fucking thing!.

Zorpheous said...

Why bother Adam, when you have to explain that water is wet to person, chances are they will not understand the explaination either. Also Anon lacks the balls to post under his name or offical blogger account. Morons tend to hide their identies.

Adam said...

I know, I'm just having the kind of day that I wanted to call someone stupid and put expletives in bold type...

M@ said...

I, for one, have been rather intrigued by SSH.

When I encounter such strong intellectual forces such as his (not to mention this) I begin to feel that anonymous may not be the most deranged person around.

Or, at least, anonymous may need to work a little harder on his screed.