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The “Twin Towers” Remembered

10 Jan

 Capture of post on Facebook I agree with the message that the original poster made.

Fact: There is a group of people that do not like America; they consider us to be “Infidels” and it was the intention of the terrorists to strike fear into the hearts of those they wish to kill (us).

Fact: Many countries have opened their borders to an entire group of people (the Muslims) who were raised to believe that women, gays and lesbians and ANYONE who does not believe as they do themselves are unworthy of living — and their own [cult] teaches them that it is alright to LIE to “infidels” to get their way. What has that gotten these countries?

Fact: 100 women were raped, beaten and robbed on New Years even by a thuggish, worthless group of 1000 Muslim men “because they were taught and believe that women are nothing more than property, to be used and abused as they see fit.”

Fact: Islam is not a religion of peace; it is a cult that preaches hate, deception and murder and I myself tend to think that many of those terrorists responsible for bringing down the Twin Towers in NYC and other attacks around the country on 9-11-01 were in fact followers of that cult, as are many of those who would like nothing more than to repeat the event if given the opportunity.

CONCLUSION: There are far too many Muslims who are welcomed in with all of their “necessary needs” PROVIDED for them, who LIE to us and bite the hands that feed them. Dogs deserve [MUCH] better treatment than these people do and if by re-posting a photo of the Twin Towers along with a clear message they “did NOT win that day” sends a message that their fear tactics are useless in the face of freedom/liberty and all that our nation stands for — then I say “all the better!” (Even if the sitting douche-bag of a president of the United States, along with many [liberals] in his party would much prefer to invite them in, demeaning the loss of life and property that day.) Islam is incompatible with our way of life here in America; it is incompatible with the way of life in ANY/EVERY civilized society. So I say, “Screw their feelings!” and let’s send as many messages we we can to these brutish THUGS that they will never win what they most desire.

#Muslim #AntiTerrorism #Terrorism #Islam #TwinTowers

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  1. Justin

    January 21, 2016 at 6:39 am

    I lived in a Persian Gulf country for six years. Most people were hospitable; some were even generous when they liked you (young people were generally more open minded than their parents). I respected the customs (publicly anyway) and never had a problem other than the bureaucratic system and the indifferent attitude of the wealthy and powerful who ran companies and organizations. I accepted the culture of the region knowing that I was just passing through. I’m grateful for the job I was given when there were few opportunities in my own country so I have no axe to grind but I am saddened at the growing violence of the region, the loss of life, historic patrimony and the threats to Western societies.

    Muslims believe their religion is the true religion, the same as pre-Vatican II Catholics believed that THEY represented the true faith. In our post Christian Western society this is hard for many to grasp, so calling Islam a “cult” becomes a way of negating its significance. It’s not a cult. It is a growing Abrahamic faith with many committed adherents. A minority are extremists who are prepared to use violence to achieve their goals. I have no idea how many of these people there might be among the numbers the Obama administration proposes to admit. They would have to be carefully vetted and, sorry to say, monitored. The least likely to commit violence and the most likely to assimilate in the US are the Christians. Would Syrian Christians be among those refugees? They are being persecuted to the point of a virtual holocaust. There is very little media coverage of this. Shouldn’t they be given priority? Take a look at this tragic news and see the extent to which the most extreme Islamic fundamentalists are going to expunge any trace of Christianity from the ME.

    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2016/Jan-20/332935-isis-has-razed-oldest-christian-monastery-in-iraq-ap.ashx?utm_medium=email&utm_source=transactional&utm_campaign