Saturday, February 18, 2012

NYPD: Not So Bad After All?

This article implies that New York's finest may have actually been doing a pretty good job in monitoring foreigners involved in a religio-military organization which has declared endless war against Christians, atheists, Jews, and pagans.
But the latest documents mention no wrongdoing by any students.
-Chris Hawley
It appears that believing that Christians and Jews deserve to be forced, with threat of violence, to pay special protection money to mullahs, while atheists and pagans deserve to die ipso facto, and joining a religion which preaches and acts on these beliefs, does constitute any "wrongdoing" according to Chris Hawley.  Interesting.
Like New York City itself, American universities are admired across the globe as places that welcome a diversity of people and viewpoints.
- Robert Hornsby
No, American universities are laughed at across the globe for condoning the viewpoint that Christians and Jews deserve to be forced, with threat of violence, to pay special protection money to mullahs, while atheists and pagans deserve to die ipso facto, with this one-way tolerance of course constituting an attack on Christian, Jewish, and atheistic, and pagan viewpoints.  (As well as every other religion on Earth; I'm not going to list all of them.)

If Muslims were not fancied by the anti-white left to constitute some sort of an oppressed race, they would never be allowed to pretend that organizing to carry out Sura 9:29 was somehow protected by a broadly-construed freedom to organize religiously, binding all levels of government.

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