“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#183 Nov 18, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text> Who supports them? I've never seen anyone in the media, on the streets or in a church offer support for those accused of such crimes. But when it's a Muzzie, let the circus begin.
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/8567264/

Fred, your boy Santorum approved of it and blamed the liberals!

/sarc/Duke for Mayor

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/end/sarc

If one reads the article, it's amazing to consider that both Kennedy and Kerry failed to understand his comments.

The gist of them was that the "culture" was what mattered, Kerry accuses Santorum of blaming "the state" and Kennedy the "people of Boston"
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#184 Nov 18, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text> Who supports them? I've never seen anyone in the media, on the streets or in a church offer support for those accused of such crimes. But when it's a Muzzie, let the circus begin.
Here is your logic, 3.1. If someone speaks out against the rampant ignorance about, and bigotry toward, Islam, you claim that person supports rape. Therefore, if someone supports the Catholic Church, they must also support rape.

A rational, intelligent person on the other hand, would be able to understand that the actions of some Muslims and some Catholics do not define the entire religion and all of its members. That rational and intelligent person would also apply that logic equally to both religions.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#185 Nov 18, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm in the private sector. Nobody in the public service gets to travel anymore. Also, they're wary of hiring gaijin.
Looking at the data, it seems that the best identifying trait of rapists in Sweden, as in the rest of the West, seems not to be race but rather in an existing relationship to the victim.
I'm not really sure how best to move this conversation forward. You want very badly to engage with the data in a way that would let you demonstrate a racial or immigration status bias in it.
While there in/out of home culture bias to the data exists, it doesn't seem to be any more common amongst different types of aliens moving into this new legal landscape. While those less familiar with the law and culture surrounding it do seem to run afoul of Swedish sexual assault laws, being Somali or Australian doesn't seem to be a determining factor, so much as the lack of a touchstone with the local laws and customs.
Post 139 says that 85% had "immigrant background"

Few on the left want to be honest about the demographic transformation they have unleashed, and have engaged in a media blackout over such.

Now, as we know, in 2001 Jack Straw (fmr Home Secretary) admitted why this is being done.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-250...

The rapes are real, the cover up is real, the leftism is degenerate, and Islam is ascendent.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#186 Nov 18, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
<quoted text>
http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Rape_in_Islam
Keep defending the invasion, dhimmi.
http://www.evilbible.com/Rape.htm

Arguing about which book of fables is less ridiculous is a pretty useless exercise.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#187 Nov 18, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
<quoted text>
Both books seem to give a lot of leeway (guidelines even) for rape.
:(
Let's see it from the New Testament.

As for the Old Testament:

The Bible condemns rape whenever it is mentioned. For example, there is a particular passage in the laws given to the nation of Israel before entering the Promised Land under Joshua’s leadership. This passage (Deuteronomy 22:13-29) spoke directly against forcing a woman into a sexual encounter against her will, or what we know today as rape. This command was meant to protect women and to protect the nation of Israel from committing sinful actions.

Deuteronomy 22:25-27 mentioned the punishment the Mosaic Law commanded for a man who raped a woman. The man was to be killed by stoning while the woman was considered innocent. Though the Mosaic Law was for the nation of Israel during the time of Moses, the principle is clear that rape was sinful in the eyes of God and led to the most extreme punishment possible—death for the rapist.

There are some difficult passages in the Old Testament, however, in relation to this issue. Critics of the Bible are quick to point to Numbers 31 (and other similar passages) in which the Israelites were allowed to take female captives from nations they conquered. Critics make the accusation that this is an example of the Bible condoning, or even promoting, rape. However, the passage says nothing about raping the captive women. It is wrong to assume that the captive women were to be raped. Again, Deuteronomy 22:25-27 condemns rape, even advocating the death penalty for perpetrators of rape. In the Numbers 31 passage the soldiers were commanded to purify themselves and their captives (verse 19). Rape would have violated this command (see Leviticus 15:16-18). The women who were taken captive are never referred to as sexual objects. Did the captive women likely eventually marry amongst the Israelites? Yes. Is there any indication that rape or sex slavery was forced upon the women? Absolutely not.

In the New Testament, rape is not mentioned directly, but within the Jewish culture of its writers, rape would have been considered as sexual immorality. As such, both Jesus and His followers (including the apostle Paul) spoke against sexual immorality, even offering it as justifiable grounds for divorce when a person actively committed sexual acts outside of the bond of marriage (Matthew 5:32). This would not, however, apply to the victim of rape, only the one who committed the act.

Further, the New Testament is clear that Christians are to obey the laws of their governing authorities (Romans 13). Not only is rape morally wrong; it is also wrong according to the laws of our governing authorities. As such, anyone who would commit this crime should expect dire consequences, including arrest and imprisonment.

Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/Bible-rape.html#i...

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#188 Nov 18, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is your logic, 3.1. If someone speaks out against the rampant ignorance about, and bigotry toward, Islam, you claim that person supports rape. Therefore, if someone supports the Catholic Church, they must also support rape.
A rational, intelligent person on the other hand, would be able to understand that the actions of some Muslims and some Catholics do not define the entire religion and all of its members. That rational and intelligent person would also apply that logic equally to both religions.
No, moron...a rational and intelligent person who has any knowledge of the two religions and has lived aware of the events of the past 20 years would know that Islam is a vile, immoral and in essence, criminal faith.
I repeat: 22,000 documented terrorist attacks in the last 12 years and untold local crimes worldwide committed in the name of Allah.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#189 Nov 18, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is your logic, 3.1. If someone speaks out against the rampant ignorance about, and bigotry toward, Islam, you claim that person supports rape. Therefore, if someone supports the Catholic Church, they must also support rape.
A rational, intelligent person on the other hand, would be able to understand that the actions of some Muslims and some Catholics do not define the entire religion and all of its members. That rational and intelligent person would also apply that logic equally to both religions.
It is fairly hard to charge us with being "ignorant" about Islam. We don't fear it because we don't know what it is, we fear it because we know all too much about it.

What I am claiming is, the system of Islam supports an actual "rape culture" to take the phrase from feminist thought. I find this to be vindicated in Islamic religious teachings from the Koran and hadiths.

A generalization can be made that "Islam = rape", but that's your slimming down of my arguments to fit your preconceived notion of eeevil bigoted White Christian Males.

Now, there are those primarily on the left who claim that the celibacy requirement of the Latin Rite does lead to sexual abuse. And they have generalized that "Catholicism = rape". From their worldview, this is not an irrational outcome.

The truly rational and intelligent would note not just the actions of atomized individuals, but of the wider value systems and biological realities.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#190 Nov 18, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.evilbible.com/Rape.htm
Arguing about which book of fables is less ridiculous is a pretty useless exercise.
Much of that is liberalism being projected onto the Old Testament.

Number 4 in particular is a punishment directed against the rapist, not the victim.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#191 Nov 18, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
<quoted text>
It is fairly hard to charge us with being "ignorant" about Islam. We don't fear it because we don't know what it is, we fear it because we know all too much about it.
What I am claiming is, the system of Islam supports an actual "rape culture" to take the phrase from feminist thought. I find this to be vindicated in Islamic religious teachings from the Koran and hadiths.
A generalization can be made that "Islam = rape", but that's your slimming down of my arguments to fit your preconceived notion of eeevil bigoted White Christian Males.
Now, there are those primarily on the left who claim that the celibacy requirement of the Latin Rite does lead to sexual abuse. And they have generalized that "Catholicism = rape". From their worldview, this is not an irrational outcome.
The truly rational and intelligent would note not just the actions of atomized individuals, but of the wider value systems and biological realities.
I agree with you. Both Islam and Catholicism breed some pretty nasty shit.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#192 Nov 18, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
<quoted text>
Much of that is liberalism being projected onto the Old Testament.
Number 4 in particular is a punishment directed against the rapist, not the victim.
It is amazing your ability to recognize that, but your complete blindness to the fact that your position is wingnutism projected onto the Koran.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#193 Nov 18, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree with you. Both Islam and Catholicism breed some pretty nasty shit.
Again, you didn't read the entirety, read it again, and note "those primarily on the left"

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#194 Nov 18, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
It is amazing your ability to recognize that, but your complete blindness to the fact that your position is wingnutism projected onto the Koran.
"Wingnutism" is not an ideology, liberalism is.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#195 Nov 18, 2013
what_me_worry_ wrote:
<quoted text>
LMFAO
I would expect no less of a deflection out of ya dukie boy.......
Yet still you are not willing to condemn the enforcement of Sharia Law.....I have to wonder what sort of person is willing to look the other way in the face of horrendous acts of this sort and what your motivation is to pull out the billy does it to defense.
As I have stated numerous times, I am not religious and have no dog in the defense of Christianity hunt.
However, it should be readily apparent even to a hater like you that the CURRENT AND ONGOING crimes against humanity being committed in the name of the religious, judicial and political cult of Islam are in no way equal to what is CURRENTLY the result of practicing CHRISTIANITY.
Please spare me any references to ancient history OK..........
Hey dude, I don't live under Sharia law, neither do you, and neither of us is running any risk of doing so.

What would you like to hear from me that you have already not heard?

I've said numerous times that religious zealots of all stripes are dangerous.

That's not sufficient for you?

woof
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#196 Nov 18, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
<quoted text>
"Wingnutism" is not an ideology, liberalism is.
Says who?

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#197 Nov 18, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you know that Azerbaijan and Albania, both Islamic nations, have only .2 and .7 rapes per 100,000 people?
The difference is the prevalence of infidel women.

“Keep your policy period. LMAO”

Since: Sep 13

The 57th state

#198 Nov 18, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey dude, I don't live under Sharia law, neither do you, and neither of us is running any risk of doing so.
What would you like to hear from me that you have already not heard?
I've said numerous times that religious zealots of all stripes are dangerous.
That's not sufficient for you?
woof
Fair enough Dukie boy.

What you seem to be unwilling to address is the FACT the Islam is much more than a religion.

Back to the actual topic....I am against using tax payer funds to support schools / madrases that will certainly proselytize in in the name of the cult..........

Of course your reply will be to bash Christian schools but really dukie, both you and I know Christians don't commit honor killings and ride planes into buildings chanting Allah Akbar.....

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Lewis Center, OH

#199 Nov 18, 2013
what_me_worry_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Fair enough Dukie boy.
What you seem to be unwilling to address is the FACT the Islam is much more than a religion.
Back to the actual topic....I am against using tax payer funds to support schools / madrases that will certainly proselytize in in the name of the cult..........
Of course your reply will be to bash Christian schools but really dukie, both you and I know Christians don't commit honor killings and ride planes into buildings chanting Allah Akbar.....
Agree. That's as good as I get right now...warming up.
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#200 Nov 18, 2013
what_me_worry_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Fair enough Dukie boy.
What you seem to be unwilling to address is the FACT the Islam is much more than a religion.
Back to the actual topic....I am against using tax payer funds to support schools / madrases that will certainly proselytize in in the name of the cult..........
Of course your reply will be to bash Christian schools but really dukie, both you and I know Christians don't commit honor killings and ride planes into buildings chanting Allah Akbar.....
Actually, Christians do engage in similar actions, but they don't fit into your narrative.

Eric Rudolph, the KKK, are modern examples. Plenty more to go around.
I'm against using taxpayer funds to support Christian public education too, but somehow, that horse got out of the barn recently.

woof

“Keep your policy period. LMAO”

Since: Sep 13

The 57th state

#203 Nov 18, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, Christians do engage in similar actions, but they don't fit into your narrative.
Eric Rudolph, the KKK, are modern examples. Plenty more to go around.
I'm against using taxpayer funds to support Christian public education too, but somehow, that horse got out of the barn recently.
woof
LOL dukie boy.........

Why do you insist in putting me in the Christian camp doggie boy?

As far as the Democrat organization the KKK I agree they are trash.........

Still I am waiting for you declare your opposition for tax payer support of the cult of Islam.

If the democratic party KKK wants to open a school using tax payer funds I am against it..........

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#204 Nov 18, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, Christians do engage in similar actions, but they don't fit into your narrative.
Eric Rudolph, the KKK, are modern examples. Plenty more to go around.
I'm against using taxpayer funds to support Christian public education too, but somehow, that horse got out of the barn recently.
woof
Wmw pointed to "honor killings" and "flying planes into buildings chanting Allah Akbar"

Eric Rudolph didn't do either of the mentioned, and it's questionable whether he thought he was inspired by Christianity.

Further, unlike in poll after poll of the Islamic world, there was little institutional support for the two you mentioned in a religious context.

People should allowed to decide where to send their kids to school, and if it is a private school, they should receive a voucher equal to what they are paying in property taxes to the school.

Anything else is double taxation.

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