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I can not say this in public.

PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:04 pm
by sum
Under UK Hate Laws I do not think that I can publicly say the following despite the fact that it all true and places me, my family and all non-muslims in the UK in jeopardy. It is ironic that I would be called the "hater" and probably subjected to the law for stating what is below when all the hatred, enmity and violence originates from Islam and its followers.

Islam is the only religion based on the legal inequality of mankind.
Kafir – pejorative term for non-muslim.
Islam holds non-muslims Najis – unclean, impure and best avoided.
Muslims are forbidden to integrate, never mind assimilate.
Muslims do not follow the Golden Rule regarding non-muslims.
Muslims - Do not make friends with Christians and Jews.
Muslims can lie and deceive in order to further the cause of Islam.
Muslims are to hold hatred and enmity towards non-muslims.
Islam says that non-muslims are the vilest of all creatures.
Muslims are not to love non-muslims, even if they are of their own family.
Muslims are to fight until all religion is for Allah.
Muslims are to convert non-muslims to Islam, make non-muslims dhimmis if they want to keep their own religion or kill them if they refuse the first two options.
Muslims are to smile to the face of non-muslims but in their hearts hate them.
Refusing the invitation to accept Islam is waging war against Allah, the punishment for which is beheading, crucifixion, amputations or exile.
Islam is the only religion that guarantees entry to paradise if you kill someone outside the faith and in the way of their God.

I do not think that our politicians are unaware of all this but are acting out of shear cowardice because they are out of their depth and do not know how to respond to the advance of Islam. Muslims face down our politicians at every turn.

sum

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:14 pm
by Fernando
sum wrote:I do not think that our politicians are unaware of all this but are acting out of shear cowardice because they are out of their depth and do not know how to respond to the advance of Islam. Muslims face down our politicians at every turn.
sum
Can it be as simple as that? Why, even if scared, would politicians seek to import more Muslims into their countries? I think their political creed, or corporate greed, leads them to ignore the disadvantages - comfortable in the belief that it would never affect them personally.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:32 pm
by sum
Hello Fernando

Perhaps it is because they are scared of Islam that they do not want confrontation with muslims if muslims are to be refused entry into the UK.

The politics of Islam are the only politics that are totally exempt from open public scrutiny. Theresa May has said that the terrorists are perverting the religion of Islam but even then does not say which parts of the Koran are being perverted. She never gives any quotes from the Koran that might be the ones that are open to perversion. In effect, she is giving Islam a free hand to engage in terrorism because the religion of Islam will never be blamed as the terrorists have perverted it.

I really do think that she is out of her depth and does not know what to do apart from appeasement.

sum

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:39 pm
by Fernando
sum wrote:Theresa May has said that the terrorists are perverting the religion of Islam but even then does not say which parts of the Koran are being perverted.
Being quite religious herself, May may subscribe to the idea that no religion can be bad of itself. (What, not even Aztec heart-rippers?) An attitude understandable among ordinary people but such wilful ignorance is unacceptable in senior politicians.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:40 pm
by sum
Hello Fernando

Apart from being an infidel like the rest of us, does Theresa May not realise that being a Christian puts her firmly in the cross-hairs of Islam?

sum

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:51 pm
by Fernando
sum wrote:Hello Fernando

Apart from being an infidel like the rest of us, does Theresa May not realise that being a Christian puts her firmly in the cross-hairs of Islam?

sum
Maybe she thinks her god will protect her from the god of Islam. Or his schizophrenic alter-ego.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:47 pm
by sum
In this day of "Hate Laws" and similar how does the Government allow the Koran and books on ahadith to be available to the public which teach what is in the opening post and what is more than just hate?

Islam is all about hatred and enmity yet its books teaching this hatred and enmity towards all non-muslims are freely available. Does anyone know how the Government squares this with the "Hate Laws"? Is hatred and enmity towards non-muslims permissible?

Will the Government ever admit that Islam really is at war with non-muslim?

sum

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 2:05 pm
by pr126
sum wrote:Hello Fernando

Apart from being an infidel like the rest of us, does Theresa May not realise that being a Christian puts her firmly in the cross-hairs of Islam?

sum

I think, that just like in Obama's case, the Muslims leave her alone as long as she is helping the spread and domination of Islam.
In fact, most EU leaders are doing just that. Helping the spread of Islam against their own people.

As long as they are useful to Islam, they are left alone.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 2:11 pm
by Nosuperstition
Strictly speaking when Islam and Christianity say that only those of their own creed go to heaven and others have no chance of salvation,they have declared their intention to impose their religions on others by hook or crook.Such ideologies can hardly be accomodating.Eastern faiths are a bit accomodating when they say that insects which are not harmful have to be protected/their lives saved only so far as our security is not endangered.These are the facts one cannot ignore.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 2:14 pm
by Nosuperstition
There is a story of nature of a scorpion and a good kind-hearted human being in the Hindu Upanishads.And Buddha himself said that protecting an ant is a far more pious act than cementing an Empire.In my childhood , I used to save ants that are about to drown in water using tools at my disposal keeping in view the story of Buddha or someone else saving ants that are being washed away in the flow of a river.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:36 pm
by Nosuperstition
http://buddhasutra.com/stories/the_shramanera_saved.htm

I remember having read about this when I was well below my 5th standard.In that I vaguely remember leaves being used to save ants.This story is a bit better than the Hindu Upanishadic story where a human hand is employed and the scorpion bites due to its very nature and then it is thrown once again back into the water and then once again saved etc etc.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 3:51 pm
by sum
I have a letter from just a few years ago from a UK Government dpt saying that Sharia is not incompatible with British secular society! I wrote back asking if this was the person`s own opinion or that of the Government but received no reply.

When someone is employed in a Government dpt they can not be asked what religion they follow. This is official.

sum

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 11:01 pm
by Ariel
:clueless: Being unfriendly is now a "hate crime" in the United Soviet Kingdom. They have to build more prisons in England.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:19 pm
by Fernando
It doesn't say why "we don't need to prove hatred".
There may well be another slide that explains:
"If anybody thinks it's hatred, it is hatred. Hatred is in the eye of the beholder - any beholder".
No, I'm not joking - that's the law in these politically insane times.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:41 pm
by Fernando
Oh, I forgot to mention: some beholders, however, are forced to wear blindfolds. So that they don't see anything like this,
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:24 am
by Ariel
Here we have an instruction manual what we in public can say, or not say about immigrants .

Manual for journalists. How to brainwash and deceive your readers.

Why this manual?

European Union is proud of its diversity, peaceful coexistence and inclusiveness of people from variety of backgrounds, which is one of the keys to its financial prosperity. However, superficial and biased media coverage of topics related to national, ethnic and religious minorities leads to misunderstanding, stigmatization, hatred and, as a result, split in the society.


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