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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Roger N. Clark (change username to rnclark), Dec 9, 2005.

  1. Roger N. Clark (change username to rnclark)

    Jer Guest

    My comment was strictly relevant to islamic extremists only. To me,
    this means two things... #1. They follow the Islamic teachings
    according to their scripture as interpreted by their "chief". #B. Those
    that choose not to abide the "chief" are considered dead meat by those
    who do. OTOH, those that share my belief system are neither islamists
    nor extremists. We can intrepret our scripture pretty much any way we
    want, and none of us feel our lives are at stake for believing or not
    believing anything in particular with regard to anyone elses beliefs.
    It's called tolerance and we have plenty to go around for anyone who
    would like to pop in for supper sometime, including islamists. So long
    as they don't try to kill us for not believing in the same thing they
    do, we pretty much don't really care what their agenda is. If they do
    try to kill us, we only need to remind them that this is America where
    everone is armed up to their rotten teeth. Please pass the jelly and
    the ammo. Cue the balloons.
     
    Jer, Dec 16, 2005
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    cjcampbell Guest

    Well, actually -- there has been quite a bit of Muslim invasion of
    Christian countries throughout history, beginning in early medieval
    times with Turkey, Spain, Malta and Lebanon, for example, not to
    mention large portions of eastern Europe, the Balkans, Ethiopia, and so
    forth. Islam did manage to reach the Philippines first, but confined
    itself to the southern areas until the Spanish arrived, at which time
    there were several attempts to invade the Christian north. Libya and
    most of the rest of North Africa were Christian before the Muslims
    invaded.

    Personally, I have no dog in this fight. I am a Mormon, and we've never
    invaded anyone. But I do like people to keep their history straight.
     
    cjcampbell, Dec 16, 2005
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    RobG Guest

    Christopher,

    Being LDS adds a certain interesting perspective to some
    discussions/arguments, doesn't it?

    RobG
     
    RobG, Dec 16, 2005
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    Skip M Guest

    Tell that to the Greeks, Armenians, 16th century Vienna, Hungary, Russia,
    and even Egypt. Yes, Egypt used to be a Christian nation.
     
    Skip M, Dec 16, 2005
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    ptravel Guest

    I'm a frequent flyer -- I see it all the time. The FAMs, like the rest
    of so-called airline security, is just part of the dog-and-pony show.
    Did you know that every commercial aircraft in the U.S. loads cargo and
    U.S. Mail, some of which is uninspected? As long as that practice
    continues, there's no security at all.

    Does anyone really think Al Qaeda would try the same stunt again in the
    same way?
     
    ptravel, Dec 16, 2005
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    Ron Hunter Guest

     
    Ron Hunter, Dec 16, 2005
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    Ray Fischer Guest

    I see that you're still making up bizarre fantasies in order to
    justify your extremism.
     
    Ray Fischer, Dec 16, 2005
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    Ray Fischer Guest

    None of which are occupying other countries or being occupied at the
    moment.
     
    Ray Fischer, Dec 16, 2005
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    George Kerby Guest

    Whatever rocks your boat. I have seen this profile many time before. OTOH,
    you think that you are unique. How wrong you are...


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    Nick Fotis Guest

    Despite me being a Greek, I *think* some people would take exception with
    Russia.
    Remember Chechnya? many people conveniently forget this brutal -from all
    accounts I've read- occupation now with the so-called 'war on terror'.

    But all this boils to the 'tears of the devil', as someone called oil...
    (I think the whole discussion has drifted too much by now)

    N.Fotis
     
    Nick Fotis, Dec 16, 2005
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    ptravel Guest

     
    ptravel, Dec 16, 2005
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    Ray Fischer Guest

    People who object to the immoral dictates of corrupt religious
    leaders?

    We should notice that you don't even attempt to refute my statement
    about the church working to change national laws to be in accordance
    with church doctrine.
     
    Ray Fischer, Dec 16, 2005
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    Ron Hunter Guest

    Of course no Islamics do this, right?
     
    Ron Hunter, Dec 17, 2005
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    George Kerby Guest

    No, to Fischer the West is always morally wrong. But the islamo-extremist
    can take out whole schools and wedding parties in the name of god because
    they are just expressing religious tolerance. Go figure.


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    Nikon User Guest

    Of course no Islamics do this, right?[/QUOTE]

    We should notice that you still don't attempt to refute his statement.

    Are you suggesting that because Islamics do it in other countries, it's
    OK for Christers to do it in the US?
     
    Nikon User, Dec 17, 2005
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    Nikon User Guest

    No, to Fischer the West is always morally wrong. But the
    islamo-extremist can take out whole schools and wedding parties in
    the name of god because they are just expressing religious tolerance.
    Go figure.[/QUOTE]

    Gee, Kerby; what a surprise to see you here. I see that you're still
    spewing your hate-mongering here as well.

    I wonder whether you will ever post anything worthwhile and on topic on
    any newsgroup.
     
    Nikon User, Dec 17, 2005
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    Ron Hunter Guest

    We should notice that you still don't attempt to refute his statement.

    Are you suggesting that because Islamics do it in other countries, it's
    OK for Christers to do it in the US?[/QUOTE]
    I believe the correct term is 'Christians'. Most religions attempt to
    sway others to their way of doing/thinking, and to get their governments
    to support their moral/ethical viewpoints. I suspect that your
    complaints are more on the subject of religion vs. no religion, than any
    specific one. So, of course, you don't attempt to sway any government
    to your personal moral/ethical viewpoints, do you?
     
    Ron Hunter, Dec 18, 2005
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    George Kerby Guest

    Gee, Kerby; what a surprise to see you here. I see that you're still
    spewing your hate-mongering here as well.
    [/QUOTE]
    The only 'hate-mongering' is that of the ilk such as yourself and Fischer
    and the rest of you fanatical Leftist assholes that want to set the world
    back hundreds of years and take down the Western Culture. You twats won't be
    happy until you turn the USA into a Socialist ghetto. Yep I guess that's
    "hate-mongering", you moronic little dipshit. Figures that you use a Nikon
    DSLR, they are in the Dark Ages as well as you.
    No, I am keeping up with the standards that you have set. When it comes to
    irrelevance, you are "Team Leader": Imagine, starting a thread about a Sky
    Marshall blowing the shit out of a Freak in a gotdam DSLR group! Doesn't get
    much better than that, does it?!? Proud of that, aren't you, you twat?


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    George Kerby Guest

    No man. "Nikon User" is ALL ABOUT staying on subject. In a calm and
    non-threatening, logical approach to the topic on hand.
    <snicker>


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  20. Roger N. Clark (change username to rnclark)

    Nikon User Guest

    I believe the correct term is 'Christians'.[/QUOTE]

    There are Christians and there are Christers. There is a qualitative
    difference; Christians are good, upstanding people. Christers are
    religious bigots who tend to use terms like Islamics instead of Muslims.
    Your suspicions are incorrect. My complaints are with those who use
    their religion--or lack of one--as a fa├žade for their bigotry and hate
    mongering. A bigot is a bigot regardless of his religious beliefs. An
    atheistic bigot is as much of a bigot as is a Christian one, a Jewish
    one, a Muslim one, a pagan one, a Hindu one, etc.
    I do not attempt to sway any government to make my religious beliefs the
    basis of its national policy.
     
    Nikon User, Dec 18, 2005
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