Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Same Difference?


The Koran-Burning Pastor & The Victory Mosque @ Ground Zero Islamic Supremacist:
Morally-equivalent plans?

12 comments:

MikeAdamson said...

Nope. One is an act of hate while the other is an act of tolerance.

Canadian Sentinel said...

That shows you're not thinking.

Think, man, think.

MikeAdamson said...

We'll have to agree to disagree on this one because your point of view makes no sense to me. If the 911 attack represented the general will and mood of Islam and its adherents then I could understand your reasoning...but it didn't. If those leading the drive to construct the center were sympathetic to the jihadist cause then I could understand your reasoning...but they aren't.

When publicity hounds like Ann Coulter and Pam Geller are on record as opposing the Koran burning then we all know that it's wrong and it's counter-productive.

Canuckguy said...

Is Mike trying to fill Balbul's shoes?

Canuckguy said...

Sentinel, I see you have taken the timid way and are moderating the comments.

Canadian Sentinel said...

You guys realize that Imam Rauf is an Islamic supremacist who wants to impose Islam onto America, right?

He said so.

Why doesn't the Liberal Media mention that?

Why the silence? The submission?

Canadian Sentinel said...

And Ann Coulter is actually in favor of the Koran burning. At least 'cause it'll contribute to global warming.

Canadian Sentinel said...

And those who are opposed to the burning of the Koran because of, well, you know the reasons...

...and similar reasons are obvious for the same folks to be opposed to building a Mosque where Rauf wants it.

Anyone against the burning of the Koran but in favor of Cordoba II is either an Islamic supremacist or some fool who stupidly submits to those potentially-Allahu-Akhbar lunatics.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Those who agree with Imam Rauf, knowing he's an exposed Islamic supremacist-imperialist spewing Taqiyya bullshit, those folks are enabling the takeover of America by Islam, the implementation of Sharia Law... in the long run. After all, that is Rauf's goal, because that's the goal of the supremacist-imperialist Muslim Brotherhood.

Of course, you, Mike, will spin it differently. I know you, or at least your kind. ;)

MikeAdamson said...

No reason to spin when you know what I'm going to say already. ;) I think if a reasonable person examines Rauf's history and record rather than seizing on bits and pieces here and there and mashing them together to create a profile which confirms one's existing position then the charge of supremacism can be easily rejected.

The irony is recalling the wails for the moderate Muslims to step up and speak out against the extremists. One does and he is slapped down because that places the xenophobic program at risk.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Meh. Cunninglinguistics.

∞ ≠ ΓΈ said...

Hey Mikey! He likes it! Tell me Mikey, if your cereal had bits of glass in it would you eat it? Or would you rather someone point it out for you before you started.

Quotes from Imam Rauf..."an Islamic state can be established... through a kingdom or a democracy. The important issue is to establish the general fundamentals of Sharia that are required to govern. It is known that there are sets of standards that are accepted by [Muslim] scholars to organize the relationships between government and the governed.
When questioned about this, Abdul Rauf continued: "Current governments are unjust and do not follow Islamic laws." He added:
New laws were permitted after the death of Muhammad, so long of course that these laws do not contradict the Quran or the Deeds of Muhammad ... so they create institutions that assure no conflicts with Sharia.
(Excerpted from JW)

Hey Mikey, there's glass in your cereal man...you'll thank me later.

P.S. When you get all the glass out of your cereal and mash it up to create a profile. That's called a mosaic.
...and Mikey, it’s the moderate Muslim who gets slapped down, and the "program" is preserving democracy and decrying Sharia theocratic B.S.

The preceding effort was sponsored in part by Imamios. A balanced wad of stool and shards to start your day.
Ask Mikey. He likes it!