posted by qrswave @ Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Jews: Worshippers Of A War-God(Mighty Thor, 9 May 06)Well now u see how Jews make a religion out of anti-inductive logic. They do a great job, don't they?It's inductive logic that indicts the Jew, so Jew makes pre-emptive strike by "morality" of non-antisemitism as kind of religion of its own--and don't it work like a veritable charm?Jews are well-organized (collectivist by religion, note) criminal gang, conspiratorial at first, but then more openly, more consistently.Jew problem is cyclic nature of history by which parasite destroys the host it lives off. Jews also have difficulty with truth, logic, and reason too, all antisemitic. Honest elections and death to the Fed.
I am not anti-semitic. I am a semite.Semite: A member of a group of Semitic-speaking peoples of the Near East and northern Africa, including the Arabs, Arameans, Babylonians, Carthaginians, Ethiopians, Hebrews, and Phoenicians.I'm 'anti-murder' 'anti-exploitation' and 'anti-chosen-person-mentality' - whoever espouses those views.All people are EQUALLY accountable before God - no person by virtue of physical attributes is worse or better off than another. It's how you conduct yourself that counts.
Weaklings Choose Self-Deception(Mighty Thor, 9 May 06)I use term ("antisemitism") as Jews mean it: WHICH IS MOST RELEVANT MEANING-USE of the word-term (meaning anti-Jew). U qrswave allow urself to be willingly distracted; u are the weak and unenlightened (female). But with prayer, perhaps u'll survive nonetheless as we real heroes of virility and true science fight the necessary battles un-distracted. It's tough for females to make it to heaven, I guess, u poor creatures. Thor
THAT was very funny!I concede that you are more "virile" than I am - unqeustionably since I am not male.But, as for who gets to go to Heaven - we'll just have to see, won't we?
Well, thanks, yes, and just know I do pray for u--am I a great and virtuous Christian, or what? Surely God would give me some points. Thor
That report has about as much authenticity as...pretty much most of the outlandish speculation on this blog.It was written by Al Jazeera and quoted exclusively Palestinian and partisan sources. It proves exactly nothing. It does not even say who a "scientist" is or what these 533 "scientists" were working on. Technically, a bomb maker could be a "scientist."But hey, believe what you want.
Oh, and for the record, QRS, if you are against the "chosen people" mentality, then you should also be anti-Islam, a religion which most certainly practices the "I am getting into heaven because I believe in the right God and you do not" mentality.I am anti-all religions, because I see them ALL as spreading hate and discord. Religion is hate-based. If you have any doubt, just look at the "virile" (laughs) Thor.
That's nonsense. Islam opens its doors to every human being no matter what color or creed is not "hate-based." It's universal. Just because it frowns upon unhealthy, selfish conduct, does not make it "hate-based.""Hating" conduct is not the same as "hating" people.As for the report, how do you define "scientist?"Moreover, according to this article, the report was not Palestinian. It was prepared by the United States Department of State and submitted to the President of the United States."the latest chapter was uncovered on Tuesday, 14 June 2005 by the Palestine Information Center which, citing a report compiled by the United States Department of State and intended for the American President, stated that Israeli and foreign agents sent by Mossad, in cooperation with United States, to Iraq, killed at least 350 Iraqi scientists and more than 200 university professors and academic personalities . According to the report, which was referred to the U.S. president George W. Bush, Mossad agents had been operating in Iraq with the aim of liquidating Iraqi nuclear and biology scientists, among other scientists, and prominent university professors."I concede that I'd prefer to see the actual report. But, this information does not sound far-fetched as Mossad is notorious for taking extreme measures to eliminate enemies.By all means, if you run across an official denial by the United States that this report exists, please bring it to my attention.
QRS,Let me quote you.That's nonsense. Islam opens its doors to every human being no matter what color or creed is not "hate-based." It's universal. Just because it frowns upon unhealthy, selfish conduct, does not make it "hate-based."Firstly. You did not deny the fundamental principal that I just stated. Those who are not Islam are deemed to be non believers who will not go to heaven.I dare you to deny this, but the truth is YOU CANNOT! It is right there - in the Koran.Secondly, then there is your assertion that somehow "Islam opens its doors" so that's fine. What if I don't want to believe in Islam? In many Islamic countries, Iran included, nonbelievers are treated like second class citizens.Thirdly, there is your assertion that Islam only is against "unhealthy conduct." I am sorry, but I take great offense to that. Unhealthy according to whom? YOU? As if you have all the answers! Some of the most kind, moral, decent, and loving people that I know are either gay or promiscuous. Or they drink alcohol. The fundamental pronouncement that such activities are "immoral" is based on nothing but hypocrisy, lies, and intolerance. Just because you are not gay or don't sleep around does not mean such activities don't work for other people. (provided they are careful and responsible with their actions) As long as they treat others with kindness and respect, they do not deserve to be stoned to death or hung - AS THEY ARE IN SEVERAL ISLAMIC NATIONS.---THEN there is the quote you drew from the article itself. "the latest chapter was uncovered on Tuesday, 14 June 2005 by the Palestine Information Center. So you will believe something with zero basis in logic merely because it was stated in Al Jazeera, whose source is a Palestinian agency with a purpose of spreading hate about Israel?It is fundamentally AGAINST Israel's interests to have scientists in Iraq killed. Such people traditionally are free thinkers and are essential to building a society. Unless, of course, the "scientists" were really bomb makers. In which case that is different altogether!I see how you trust various sources with zero basis in reality, such as the intolerance vested in the Koran and Al Jazeera, and yet you refuse to place any faith in the "mainstream media," which, while flawed, certainly is in a different league than those two.
I want to add that Judaism also opens its doors - you are allowed to convert to Judaism as long as you show a professed interest in the faith. I have some relatives who converted to Judaism, so I should know.So your implied assertion that Judaism is subpar to Islam because it does not allow converts is simply untrue.I want to add one final thought. I am against all religion because all religion says "If you do not believe, you cannot go to heaven." All religion seeks to divide, rather than unite. The texts of all (main) religions have been written by men, and is part of the subjugation of women. Intolerance is written into the bible and the Koran.I will not dispute the fact that Judaism also is prejudiced against gay people - but then again, in the one Jewish state in the world, gay people have full civil union rights and are given full civil rights in general. Furthermore, women have full equal status with men in Israel. So if that is proof of ANYTHING, it is that modern Judaism, as it exists, is a far more tolerant faith than most.That said, it is not enough for me. I refuse to believe that someone will not enter heaven merely because they do not believe in the same god I believe (or don't) believe in. The only truly tolerant faiths that I know of are reform Judasim (which does not say non Jews do not go to heaven), Unitarian Universalism, Buddhism, Wicca, and some forms of ecumenical Christianity. If I were to believe in ANYTHING, it would be one of those faiths.
Let me amend, for clarification, a comment I said earlier.Not all religions are intolerant, but MOST ARE. It is only a tiny minority of religions that are actually tolerant.
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