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  Reply # 375802 2-Sep-2010 15:22
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Jaxson:
meesham: I'd rather have 60 easy girls, I'd even settle for only 59 of them.

 they are attractive too.


Helll yeah.

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  Reply # 375806 2-Sep-2010 15:28
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cgrew: I agree with you in that sense but you have to admit in relation to their religion, in my honest opinion I classify Muslim religion as extreme compared to others, some aspects of it that is.. Just look at their suicide bombers..?

I will leave it at that, no doubt someone will try claim that Christianity is the same but I would tend to disagree.. Muslim's always seem to brainwash their people severely especially at a very young age..

It's a shame really.

I could say the same about you, seems you've been brainwashed with anti-Muslim sentiments.  There are plenty of "normal" Muslims out there, they just tend to all get tarred with the same "terrorist" brush.


but their acts are political with political causes. 

 


True - would you agree that the origin to their act would be in relation to their religion?

In other words, they are 'brainwashed' at an early age making them prominent to blowing themselves up easily as opposed to other religious political extremists.

All this malarkey about sixty virgins as a gift straight from Allah himself - the ultimate paradise experience..




So was it religious? Only by coincidence and perhaps convenience from an organisational perspective....but there isn't much in it otherwise. 




Religion was probably the excuse for it - it wouldn't suprise me if the whole thing was scripted, to some degree I see how conspiracy theorists stongly believe that all this is part of the new world order..

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  Reply # 375810 2-Sep-2010 15:30
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Section 13 and 15 of the NZ Bill of Rights would not allow any such a ban. Also any such ban is not something we should encourage. What next ,ban wearing AllBlack jersey,green stone, bone carvings.


http://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1990/0109/latest/DLM224792.html 




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  Reply # 375820 2-Sep-2010 15:50
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cgrew:
Religion was probably the excuse for it - it wouldn't suprise me if the whole thing was scripted, to some degree I see how conspiracy theorists stongly believe that all this is part of the new world order..


Heh, somehow I don't see the Bush administration pulling off something so elaborate.




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  Reply # 375823 2-Sep-2010 15:54
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KiwiNZ: Section 13 and 15 of the NZ Bill of Rights would not allow any such a ban. Also any such ban is not something we should encourage. What next ,ban wearing AllBlack jersey,green stone, bone carvings.


http://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1990/0109/latest/DLM224792.html 


That maybe so but I think it's the whole idea that ones face would be fully covered that has everyone discussing their views. Some including myself would see that it could possibly have more negatives then positives wearing Burqas in public but then interfering with ones religion could aslo have a negative affect as well.


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  Reply # 375829 2-Sep-2010 16:02
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cgrew:
Religion was probably the excuse for it - it wouldn't suprise me if the whole thing was scripted, to some degree I see how conspiracy theorists stongly believe that all this is part of the new world order..


Heh, somehow I don't see the Bush administration pulling off something so elaborate.


Well apparently it's not the Bush administration - all these hidden secret societies working together of course..

All the countries are working together to create the NWO, it's represented in the Olympic rings, each ring representing a major continent. And all have hidden or underground governments..

I am not certain this is all true but there is quite a lot of solid infomation out there, historians have predicted this to happen for centuries. Over population of the planet and possible outcomes of this etc.

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  Reply # 375830 2-Sep-2010 16:03
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cgrew:
bazzer:
cgrew:  some aspects of it that is..

I will leave it at that, no doubt someone will try claim that Christianity is the same but I would tend to disagree.. Muslim's always seem to brainwash their people severely especially at a very young age..

It's a shame really.

I could say the same about you, seems you've been brainwashed with anti-Muslim sentiments.  There are plenty of "normal" Muslims out there, they just tend to all get tarred with the same "terrorist" brush.


You could say that about me.. but your wrong bazzer - as per above I simply said some aspects of it that is.. Meaning some parts of Muslim religion are like this not all of them?

Perhaps you could read my post abit better next time?

Seriously, dude?  "I classify Muslim religion as extreme compared to others" "Just look at their suicide bombers" "Muslim's always seem to brainwash their people".  Your posts come off pretty xenophobic, is all.

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  Reply # 375842 2-Sep-2010 16:18
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cgrew: All the countries are working together to create the NWO, it's represented in the Olympic rings, each ring representing a major continent. And all have hidden or underground governments..



Wouldn't it be great if real life was as exciting as the Da Vinci Code or The Matrix eh?

CTists are great at joining the imaginary dots and finding symbols and inventing stories about them seems to be the norm. Illuminati. Shadow governments. Masons. Satanic baby-eating reptiles.




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  Reply # 375848 2-Sep-2010 16:25
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I let this thread run for a while, but one comment here has been reported as racist. After closely looking I agree and had it removed.

I am now locking this thread.






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