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Come On You Irons 11:43 Fri Oct 16
Teacher beheaded in France
Apparently he dared to show 'controversial' videos of Mohammed to his students. That's ok then, he clearly deserved to have his head chopped off for that.

The religion of peace strikes again.

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wansteadman 1:36 Sat Oct 31
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
The good thing is in Muslim countries they only want other males until the other males sreach 15

Hammer and Pickle 10:08 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
What moral high ground?

Poland has exactly the same problem with its servile reactionary conditioning especially in the regions longest under Russian control prior to independence in 1919.

And mimmler is a perfect manifestation of that conditioning.

Side of Ham 10:06 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Ahh well there you go again mim putting up something to back your info. :-)

Russia is a fucked up country though mim and so transient in how things are deemed good or bad..... I wouldn't be surprised if that were their view to appease the world, then get rid behind closed doors blaming something else for their sudden death/disapearance etc.

Side of Ham 10:03 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
That was the sort of programme it was Pickle that I saw. They weren't fucking about either, like every repressive thing they do, and it did mention christianity being the basis for hunting these people down and it being wrong that's why they have to find them.

Who knows though it doesn't take a lot for these type of country to deem you bad for their society and making whatever they don't like about you a criminal offence.

mashed in maryland 10:02 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Foolishly glanced at Pickled's post, and instantly laughed as his attempt to take the moral high ground comes from a native and proud resident of this country:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT-free_zone#:~:text=%22LGBT%2Dfree%20zones%22%20(,marches%20and%20other%20LGBT%20events.

Lol.

As for Russia, same sex relationships are fully legal, although gay marriage isn't, and sex changes are also legal. There may be social issues not encountered in the modern west but that's not what we were talking about. The forced disappearance and open violent persecution of homosexuals reported in the media a few years ago centred on the largely self governing region of Chechnya, which is almost 100% Muslim.

Don't bother replying Pickled, i won't bother reading it, this post was for Side, not you.

Hammer and Pickle 9:49 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Russian society is highly repressive when it comes to any form of LGBT. Any talk of persecution being confined to the Muslim majority regions is of course utter nonsense.

Side of Ham 9:48 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
*by us over here

Side of Ham 9:48 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Ah ok mim, just saw one of those investigative programs about it over there once, and they (thugs to hunt them) all seemed to be employed by Putin, I'm sure it was to do with not embarrassing Russia during their Winter Olympics......all that seemed to happen was Putin was questioned about his sexuality over here when it aired.

Things do amalgamate in my head though..... :-)

mashed in maryland 9:42 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
"Also aren't Russia is pretty grim on this and gay people have disappeared etc?"


That sort of state-sanctioned persecution is confined to the self governing Muslim majority regions in the deep south, a detail glossed over by the liberal media.

Side of Ham 9:40 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Don't some African countries follow Christianity and dish out some harsh shit, leaving them well.....dead if they find a homosexual?

Also aren't Russia is pretty grim on this and gay people have disappeared etc?

Just a couple of regions that don't fuck about and have a big christian following.

Religion as a whole is a cunt with 'right & wrong' governed by an entity never proven to exist.

All backwards however you want to 'modernise' it.

mashed in maryland 9:36 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
That's pretty much what I think too.

But he's a good sort of litmus test/honey trap to pull out extremists and their enablers.

Generally anyone who REALLY hates him you should be suspicious of.

Fifth Column 9:31 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Mim

I agree with a lot of his views. I also find him an insincere narcissistic prick. Like a brown Piers Morgan.

mashed in maryland 9:09 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
"was really just trying to point out that if what Peroni is saying was true, that believers in Islam are by no means the only followers of faith who hold that view"


How many Muslim countries apply the death penalty for homosexuality?

How many Christian countries do the same?

mashed in maryland 9:01 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France

Fifth Column 8:27 Fri Oct 30

I know you don't like him but Maajid Nawaz has been banging on about China's concentration camps on social media for months.

Now he's saying that beheading people for a cartoon is stupid.

Go thru replies to any of his Facebook/twitter posts to see countless white liberals calling him a "right wing shill" and Muslims calling him an uncle Tom.

Thinking about it, its fucking astonishing that either of his arguments could possibly be considered controversial.

Darlo Debs 8:46 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Sorry Surf shoukd have been more specific. By fundamentalists i thought you'd latch on that i was talking about the Evangelical, Conservative Christians..

Darlo Debs 8:41 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Irons i think i made it pretty clear that my numbers would be a guess and possibly way off, was really just trying to point out that if what Peroni is saying was true, that believers in Islam are by no means the only followers of faith who hold that view .

Like i say people cherry pick.and certainly do so to.upgold various bigotries.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:28 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Darlo Debs 8:05 Fri Oct 30

' if you surveyed Christian fundamentalists you'd get similar or maybe even higher numbers supporting the banning of homosexuality.'

So Debs, you're saying that if you surveyed the bat-shit crazy Christian denominations (40 million people at a guess, many of whom don't have a problem with homosexuality) you'd have more people who supported the banning of homosexuality than you would from the world's 1.8 billion Muslims.

This seems a tad unlikely to me, but hey, you believe what you want.

Fifth Column 8:27 Fri Oct 30
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Muslims are more up in arms about this than China because:

a) Muslim leaders the world over have jumped on the cartoons as something they can shout about to become popular with their domestic audiences. France is generally not a major trading partner or seen as any form of threat. China is a major trading partner and so many Muslim leaders have totally ignored or downplayed the actual genocide going on in China of Muslims. This is because they are hypocritical opportunist scumbags.

b) A lot of Muslims in the UK still pay attention to what politicians are saying in their ancestral homes and also these messages get amplified by social media. So the cartoons become a bigger issue than genocide in China.

Myself and a white French Muslim I know have spent the last couple of days arguing with other Muslims on social media, people I like, who appear to be taken in by this shit. Even in France there have been bad things for Muslims like banning hijab but people said relatively little about that. But because France refuse to ban cartoons they lose their minds. I have never been so depressed about the state of Muslim communities as today.

Things like the poppy burners - those ####s genuinely never had any support. No-one actually supports the people who did the attacks in France yet the only condemnation I see online is of the fucking cartoons. I detest the cartoons but I understand the concept of freedom of speech. Depressing.

ironsofcanada 8:21 Fri Oct 30
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Darlo Debs 8:05 Fri Oct 30


" if you surveyed Christian fundamentalists you'd get similar"

That would be an incredible dishonest thing to do because as I showed those numbers were taken from survey done by professional firms for the likes of the BBC and Channel 4. They interviewed British Muslims, as you can read in the link in my post, not any specific subset.

To compare the survey numbers as you propose is equating all British Muslims with Christian fundamentalists. Do you believe this to be fair?

Hammer and Pickle 8:19 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
What things appear as to you is of no relevance whatsoever.

Fifth Column 8:19 Fri Oct 30
Re: Teacher beheaded in France
Sharia law is practiced almost nowhere in the Muslim world because no-one would want to live under what is commonly referred to as sharia law, including Muslims, in reality.

Also, "sharia" is actually a principle not a set of laws. It roughly means "the path to justice" and should adhere to the principles of Islamic teachings whilst reflecting the particular time and place you live in.

Most Muslims don't even know what the word means. Religious illiteracy.

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