I SLAM Islam the and the False Prophet
GETABJ

Franklin, TN

#21 Aug 31, 2012
G Michael Donovan wrote:
Two successive administrations now have sought to appease Muslims by minimizwheing the threat from Islamists. BLAH BLAH BLAH
When is the last time you got laid? You, my friend, are in serious need of a good screwing..

Seriously?
G Michael Donovon

Nashville, TN

#22 Sep 1, 2012
Just like a homosexual, always seeking the LOWEST level. You know that death is the penalty for homosexuality in Islamadom? Seriously!
Michael Applebaum

Nashville, TN

#23 Sep 3, 2012
Now, as we are poised at the event horizon of the DNConvention, where the Anointed (as Thomas Sowell would likely characterize them), will be sucked-in to worship their benighted belief system and its High Priests/Messiah, it might pay to consider the following as added 11-06-12 motivation:
When BHO said, "If you (sic) got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen," it was neither unexpected nor new.
All he did was articulate the reverse of what he had been verbigerating all along.
The obverse: If you did not succeed, somebody else made THAT happen.
Things are not better because of Bush. Things are not better because the problems he "inherited" were worse than he thought. Things are not better because others do not pay/do their "fair share."
It is never MY bad for miscalculating the magnitude of the problems. It is never MY bad for squandering the run of the federal house I inherited when I took office. It is never YOUR bad for overextending your financial obligations. It is never YOUR bad for not encouraging your kids more to study. Etc.
If it is true that BHO's got game, then it is of the blame variety.
And that is a game with a powerful message that anyone can play. The cost of entry is within the reach of all. And there are many players. A percentage of whom are champing at the bit to hold the rest of us "to account."
The only chance there is to prevail is to do all possible to mobilize the opposing forces on November 06.
G Michael Donovon

Nashville, TN

#24 Sep 13, 2012
Fifth wrote:
Religion is a beautiful political tool. Don't wanna die? Perfect! You'll live forever after you die and all of the people who did bad things to you will suffer forever. Are those in power unfair and oppressive? Don't worry about it. you don't have to do a thing. Let them have their power now. It will surely be taken care of. It truly is the opiate of the masses.
What, Fifth? Did you once read Karl Marx in college. Whew, that's impressive. Did you read the entire book or merely use Cliff notes? Socialism and Communism has consistently failed because as a humanistic approach to society it is predicated on the innate universal morality of mankind. This assumption is that man is his own god and creator which is false. Supporting such a concept given its universal failure only regurgitates a worn and faded lie which by now is threadbare. Nice try, but thank you for playing.
logic beats religion

Paducah, KY

#25 Sep 13, 2012


http://www.youtube.com/watch...

all religions are dangerous. Mind rot is dangerous. Retarding the brain is dangerous.

compare those 2 vids, both are just as dangerous.

Since: Jan 12

Centerville, TN

#26 Sep 13, 2012
G Michael Donovon wrote:
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What, Fifth? Did you once read Karl Marx in college. Whew, that's impressive. Did you read the entire book or merely use Cliff notes? Socialism and Communism has consistently failed because as a humanistic approach to society it is predicated on the innate universal morality of mankind. This assumption is that man is his own god and creator which is false. Supporting such a concept given its universal failure only regurgitates a worn and faded lie which by now is threadbare. Nice try, but thank you for playing.
In order for you to make an absolute claim such as "This assumption is that man is his own god and creator which is false," you would be required to provide irrefutable evidence supporting that claim. It is impossible for you to do so.
G Michael Donovon

Nashville, TN

#27 Sep 14, 2012
Fifth wrote:
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In order for you to make an absolute claim such as "This assumption is that man is his own god and creator which is false," you would be required to provide irrefutable evidence supporting that claim. It is impossible for you to do so.
Mere contradiction is not an argument, rather a lack thereof. No point is irrefutable as all that is required in a rebuke is contradiction. Is the picture coming more in focus for you yet?
Really

Santa Fe, TN

#28 Sep 14, 2012
G Michael Donovon wrote:
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What, Fifth? Did you once read Karl Marx in college. Whew, that's impressive. Did you read the entire book or merely use Cliff notes? Socialism and Communism has consistently failed because as a humanistic approach to society it is predicated on the innate universal morality of mankind. This assumption is that man is his own god and creator which is false. Supporting such a concept given its universal failure only regurgitates a worn and faded lie which by now is threadbare. Nice try, but thank you for playing.
Capitalism has only one God and that would be MONEY! So what does that make America? Communism is alive and so is Socialism. Do you even know the real world history? It is not in any religious publication. That is the only hint you get.....
Really

Santa Fe, TN

#29 Sep 14, 2012
G Michael Donovon wrote:
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Mere contradiction is not an argument, rather a lack thereof. No point is irrefutable as all that is required in a rebuke is contradiction. Is the picture coming more in focus for you yet?
How come the Bible does not go into details about our first 200,000 years on Earth? I found that to be odd that they left that large part of our history out.
Joe Yesterday

Nashville, TN

#30 Sep 26, 2012
If there as Jesus said, No greater prophet than John the Baptist, why do you need a false pederast pseudo-profit like Muhammad?
Allah2Cokes

Columbia, SC

#32 Dec 12, 2012
But Islam tells Muslims differently, and that is why Buddhists
in Burma are having the same problems with Muslim
entitlement with which Jews in Israel, Hindus in India,
Christians in Nigeria, and Baha'i in Iran are all too familiar.
"You should know that the earth belongs to Allah and His
Apostle, and I want to expel you from this land" Muhammad



Islam's Latest Contributions to Peace
"Mohammed is God's apostle. Those who follow him are harsh
to the unbelievers but merciful to one another" Quran 48:29

2012.12.11 (Pattani, Thailand)- A school director and teacher are murdered in the cafeteria by Islamic 'insurgents'.
2012.12.10 (Yathrib, Iraq)- Three Iraqis are machine-gunned by Muslim terrorists.
2012.12.10 (Kaki, Pakistan)- At least six innocents are killed when Shahid suicide bombers assault a police station near a mosque.
2012.12.10 (Laghman, Afghanistan)- The acting head of women's affairs is brutally shot to death by fundamentalists on her way to work.
2012.12.09 (Shaikh Yousuf Chowk, Pakistan)- Islamic militants are thought responsible for opening fire on a group of vegetable traders on their way to market.
2012.12.09 (Miramshah, Pakistan)- Two local soldiers are kidnapped by the Taliban and executed.

Clayton Bixby

Paducah, KY

#33 Dec 13, 2012
G Michael Donovon wrote:
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Mere contradiction is not an argument, rather a lack thereof. No point is irrefutable as all that is required in a rebuke is contradiction. Is the picture coming more in focus for you yet?
He didn't contradict you. He asked you "How do you know?". Which, for you, there is no way to answer and defend your bogus claim because you have no idea why you stated it, except maybe for your own faith in supernatural beings.
G Michael Donovan

Columbia, SC

#34 Dec 14, 2012
Clayton Bixby wrote:
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He didn't contradict you. He asked you "How do you know?". Which, for you, there is no way to answer and defend your bogus claim because you have no idea why you stated it, except maybe for your own faith in supernatural beings.
Whew! Central City, KY, you must be a "city slicker." I bet you were the smartest in your log cabin dirt floor class room of three?
Obviously you missed the point of my reply and jumped the gun with a disjointed reply that as the earlier responded both missed the point and was consequently counted for nothing but contradiction. A contradiction is NOT indicative of an argument or intelligent reply regardless of your belief in God or otherwise. Feel free to jump in when your finished making "corn cob" pipes! Islam is the Antichrist religion of Obama and the Bible. Just ask Howard Dean of the DNC.
James M Arlandson

Columbia, SC

#35 Dec 14, 2012
Top ten reasons why Islam is NOT the religion of peace Violence in Muhammad's life and the Quran

Ever since 9/11, Muslim leaders who have access to the national media have told us that Islam is the religion of peace and that violence does not represent the essence of Muhammad’s religion.

Sadly it is not, for empirical, observable facts demonstrate beyond doubt that Islam at its founding is filled with violence—in the life of Muhammad himself and in the Quran itself.

Hence, these Muslim apologists must stop misleading unsuspecting Westerners, and they must be honest about the heart of their religion, for once and for all.

Here are ten clear, verifiable reasons that explain why Islam is not the religion of peace.

Clear? In order to prevent the standard, reflexive "out of context" defense from Muslim apologists, the context of each verse in the Quran is explained either in this article or in the links provided within each of the ten reasons. No verse is taken out of context, and Muslim translations are used.

Verifiable? The readers are invited to look up each verse in the Quran in multiple translations, by visiting the website www.quranbrowser.com and typing in references, like so: 61:10-12.(61 is the chapter or sura, and 10-12 are the verses).

But first we must answer a Muslim strategy. A Muslim missionary or polemicist who believes that Islam is the best religion in the world and who wants it to spread around the globe attempted to refute this top ten list. But attempting to refute such a list is like reviewing a book only from the last chapter. The reviewer has skipped over the hard work of reading all of the chapters. In the same way, the Muslim polemicist or missionary has skipped over the hard work found in the back-up articles and the links. This top ten list is only a summary of many articles and a lot of strenuous labor from the present author and many other authors. The answers to the Muslim’s criticisms are all found in these articles. So his criticism is hollow, and his scholarship is shallow, since he has not done the hard work. He certainly does not understand the Bible. Plus, he whitewashes Islam in his attempted refutation. The back-up articles will show how. Thus, he whitewashes Islam either deliberately or unknowingly, which means he does not know his own religion or he knows it, but covers it up. Whatever the case, the truth about the real Islam must get out.
Tabari (AD 839-923) is an early Muslim historian who is considered largely reliable by scholars today. Muhammad nicknames three swords that he took from the Jewish tribe Qaynuqa after he banished them from Medina in April 624: "Pluck Out," "Very Sharp," and "Death." Two other swords from elsewhere are named: "Sharp" and "That is wont to sink" (presumably into human flesh). After his Hijrah or Emigration from Mecca to Medina in 622, he owned two swords called "Sharp" and "Having the vertebrae of the back." This last sword he collected as booty after his victory at the Battle of Badr in March 624.
The name of a coat of mail implies "ampleness" or "redundant portions," probably because Muhammad was portly (cf. Ibn Ishaq, Life of Muhammad, trans. Guillaume, p. 383).

Finally, even Muhammad himself has a nickname. After Tabari lists the positive ones, he matter-of-factly provides one that is not so positive: "The obliterator."

Muslim apologists may object that Tabari is not authoritative (except when he shows Muhammad as heroic or victorious) and that he is not on the same level as the Quran and some hadiths (words and deeds of Muhammad outside of the Quran). This is true. But Muslim apologists still must answer why such a tradition of naming weapons developed about Muhammad. After all, later, unauthoritative traditions about Christ developed, but they do not show him even owning weapons, let alone naming them. Thus, violence sits at the heart of early Islam—in the life of Muhammad. Islam is therefore not the religion of peace.
mike

Cookeville, TN

#36 Dec 15, 2012
Dont you just love all the religious tolerance around here....next i suspect ill see the swastika flying from the capitol
mike

Cookeville, TN

#38 Dec 15, 2012
Phil McGroen wrote:
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Since when have you been a fan of "religious tolerance?" I am impressed that your spelling has improved and hope to see improvement soon in your use of upper and lower case letters. Try to use the comma more as it will help too. As you are the resident idiot of this blog, we'll cut you some slack and just ignore your comments...mikey!
Your sarcasm is lost on me im afraid.I not the idiots who spreads lies about muslims it the redneck fools who do that.Dont cut me any slack i dont need it i just try to talk sense into some of these educationally deprived boobs although some are a lost cause as maybe they need to understand what the bible says especially in love thy neighbor and as to my name its MIKE GOT IT//As for ignoring me tough you might as well ignore truth because thats what fools like you do-ignore the truth..
Phil McGroen

Columbia, SC

#39 Dec 15, 2012
mikeY the Forrest Gump Idiot wrote:
<quoted text>Your sarcasm is lost on me im afraid.I not the idiots who spreads lies about muslims it the redneck fools who do that.Dont cut me any slack i dont need it i just try to talk sense into some of these educationally deprived boobs although some are a lost cause as maybe they need to understand what the bible says especially in love thy neighbor and as to my name its MIKE GOT IT//As for ignoring me tough you might as well ignore truth because thats what fools like you do-ignore the truth..
You don't know any more about the bible or scripture than you know about SpellCheck, spelling, grammer and typing. Jesus said that he did not come to this world to judge it but to save it. Sometimes those drowing in sin and false relgion need to be slapped around to help save their lives and their souls. Unfortunately, you missed that from Jesus' teachings. Everyone is not going to heaven especially those who blapheme the name of Jesus and the Spirit. This is the foundation of Islam. Try reading more and talking less as your words misspelled as they are betray your ignorance on the topic of Islam.
mike

Cookeville, TN

#40 Dec 15, 2012
Phil McGroen wrote:
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You don't know any more about the bible or scripture than you know about SpellCheck, spelling, grammer and typing. Jesus said that he did not come to this world to judge it but to save it. Sometimes those drowing in sin and false relgion need to be slapped around to help save their lives and their souls. Unfortunately, you missed that from Jesus' teachings. Everyone is not going to heaven especially those who blapheme the name of Jesus and the Spirit. This is the foundation of Islam. Try reading more and talking less as your words misspelled as they are betray your ignorance on the topic of Islam.
PHIL YOUR A BLOOMING IDIOT you know that.You play evade the issue by again[and its the same old song] spelling and grammar like i care.GROW UP MAN your a coward when you do this and ill ignore your ravings as usual.Let me it put in a way you understand while you assemble the rack for your SPANISH INQUISTION GOD made men equal-simple and if you want to hate a guy for his religion go ahead youll answer to GOD for it..
Gtown71

United States

#41 Dec 15, 2012
Really wrote:
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How come the Bible does not go into details about our first 200,000 years on Earth? I found that to be odd that they left that large part of our history out.
My geuss, is becouse the earth is only around 7 thousand years old.
So why would the bible talk about something that didn't happen?
Phil McGroen

Columbia, SC

#42 Dec 16, 2012
Gtown71 wrote:
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My geuss, is becouse the earth is only around 7 thousand years old.
So why would the bible talk about something that didn't happen?
The Bible does NOT say how old the Earth is? No where in it will you find an age specified for the Earth. Your guess and $1.25 will get you a cup of coffee all over town. What does that have to do with the topic anyway? Are you ADHD as well as mikey? Thanks for playing.

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