Don't deny that some Muslims are hot for jihad

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If I were an anti-war leftie, I'd be very depressed by the Iraq anniversary protests.
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Tony Lukas

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Apr 4, 2006
 
There are some extremists in all religious groups. The bad news is these extremists on all sides are coming to the front whilst the rest of people watch like they are watching a boxing match!
freedom fighter

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Apr 4, 2006
 
Who do you think are fomenting them to action? No wonder the world hates us!
sick of the lies

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Apr 4, 2006
 
There are several million illegal immigrants right here, and if they don't get what they want, what will stop them from starting a sort of civil war right here. Maybe old george has been so busy fighting the "terrorists" in Iraq that a horde of them snuck across the border and are here already. I'm not saying that the mexicans are terrorists. But there is a huge number of them and there's power in numbers. Plus they stand up for what they believe, unlike us.
Jeff

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Apr 5, 2006
 
sick of the lies wrote:
There are several million illegal immigrants right here, and if they don't get what they want, what will stop them from starting a sort of civil war right here. Maybe old george has been so busy fighting the "terrorists" in Iraq that a horde of them snuck across the border and are here already. I'm not saying that the mexicans are terrorists. But there is a huge number of them and there's power in numbers. Plus they stand up for what they believe, unlike us.
Most Mexicans, like most people anywhere, just want to provide for their families and build a life they can feel good about. However, like any other group, there is a minority group of bizarre extremists among them who have some strong beliefs that are growing in popularity due to Mexican govt encouragement, media outlets in the Southwest, and organizations created and funded by scumbag organizations like the Ford Foundation. La Raza ("For The Race everything, for all others, nothing",) Mecha and Azatlan are 3 such groups which are highly organized and are promoting such ideas as: 1.the American west rightfully belongs to Mexicans (up to 10 states) and they will soon reclaim them, and 2. "the Plan for San Diego" (google that)... a plan originated in the early 20th century, funded by Germany, in which Mexicans would take over and all White American males above the age of 16 in these areas would be killed. The plan was attempted, and like 15 people were brutally murdered, and of course, it was stopped. However, these extremists are revitalizing these ideas, and at rallies "Plan for San Diego" T-shirts and signs have been popping up.
So, even though it is painfully un-P.C. right now to admit there are Mexican terrorists, I really don't know how else to define these specific individuals. Of course, they are govt funded, and destined to fail and become tools to legitimize the ever growing police state. Hopefully enough cooler heads will prevail, and this trend will not develop the way it looks like it is supposed to.
sick of the lies

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Apr 5, 2006
 
Interesting! Thanks very much for that response.
Liberty4all

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Apr 16, 2006
 
I agree with you completely, Jeff. These are extreme groups with corporate backing and a deadly agenda. Most American born latinos disagree with illegals crossing the border and with granting amnesty to those who are already here. There was a pole done and I can't remember where I saw it or the exact numbers so I won't quote actual results but I do know that a majority of Mexican-Americans believe that illegals are hurting our economy and wages. On another note, have any of you checked out the websites, Prisonplanet.com or infowars.com . Lot's of good hard evidence of these groups and their corporate/govt sponsorship.
jeff

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Apr 18, 2006
 
Liberty4all wrote:
I agree with you completely, Jeff. These are extreme groups with corporate backing and a deadly agenda. Most American born latinos disagree with illegals crossing the border and with granting amnesty to those who are already here. There was a pole done and I can't remember where I saw it or the exact numbers so I won't quote actual results but I do know that a majority of Mexican-Americans believe that illegals are hurting our economy and wages. On another note, have any of you checked out the websites, Prisonplanet.com or infowars.com . Lot's of good hard evidence of these groups and their corporate/govt sponsorship.
I'm listening to Alex Jones right now (for others, those are his websites.) He is talking about this very topic right now (1:20 pm EST). Anyone can hear the replay tonight starting at 10 pm EST on gcnlive.com ; just click stream 2. Lots of good info (this segment will air about 11pm est tonight)... including how Vicente Fox is encouraging the exodus into the US and the mex. govt. is openly saying 5 U.S. west states belong rightly to mexicans. He covered La Raza, and the strange beliefs such groups are pushing, and how at every level this is all sanctioned by the govts of both mex. and us...
FOR EXAMPLE: did you know that Bush AND Vicente Fox both use the same PR firm? Fox used this PR firm to organize and push those huge protests... These guys are just playing the masses of both countries like chess pieces. Of course, they never mention that a third of the Texans who fought for independence were born Mexican, and the Texas Constitution was written by a born-Mexican. Naw, they'd rather tell these people that Mexico was cheated by whites, not that the Mexican govt then, like the mexican govt today, was corrupt and degenerate, and Mexicans fought to break away from it. Today they scam them into fighting to spread their influence... ironic...
Bill

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Apr 19, 2006
 
dont forget that anyone can be forced to terrorism expecially under a unfair political system. after all terrorists only believe they are doing what is required by them to escape the chains that hold them (although mis guided as they may be). there is a fine line between terrorism and resistance.
Bill

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Apr 19, 2006
 
please do not take my comments above as terrorist support. I am simply trying to express that as we see the number of resistance movents and protesters increase there are going to be bad sheep who act conrary to the norm of thier country's beliefs. most members of these countrys and religions are non violent by nature but extremist movements do not represent the majority of people in thier religion. They take the worst parts and excentate that while ignoring what they wish. Emagine what would happen if christans only concentrated on gods cruelty and not the good.

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