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Thursday, February 09, 2006

The lines are drawn...what are we waiting for

--posted by Tony Garcia on 2/09/2006

After all of the controversy regarding cartoons depicting Muhammed wearing a bomb-turban you would believe that the "religion of peace" would find a more Ghandi-like approach...to prove they are a religion of peace.

Instead we get riots, calls for cartoons about the Holocaust and crap like this:
Police killed four people Wednesday as Afghans enraged over drawings of the Prophet Muhammad marched on a U.S. military base in a volatile southern province, directing their anger not against Europe but America.

The U.S. base was targeted because the United States "is the leader of Europe and the leading infidel in the world," said Sher Mohammed, a 40-year-old farmer who suffered a gunshot wound while taking part in the demonstration in the city of Qalat.

"They are all the enemy of Islam. They are occupiers in our country and must be driven out," Mohammed said.
We occupy your pissant country because you harbor our enemies. And at the rate you are going now you actually may STILL be an enemy.

Where is the "religion of peace" in all of this?
Muslims around the world have demonstrated over the images - including one depicting the prophet wearing a turban shaped as a bomb - printed in Western media. Islam is interpreted to forbid any illustrations of the prophet.
Let's call it for what it is. These are not "demonstrations" these are riots. There is a difference between demonstrations and riots, protests and criminal or terroristic activity, and some of the leaders in Iraq understand.
In Baghdad, Iraq's top Shiite political leader criticized attacks on foreign embassies by Muslims.

"We value and appreciate peaceful Islamic protests," said Abdul Aziz al-Hakim. "But we are against the idea of attacking embassies and other official sites."
Thank goodness they understand the difference.
Two Pakistanis arrested for allegedly firing at police were being questioned to see whether they were linked to al-Qaida, Malakhail said. Some officials accuse al-Qaida of inciting three days of bloody riots across Afghanistan that have left 11 dead.

Protesters also burned three fuel tankers waiting to deliver gasoline to the base, said Malakhail. He said U.S. troops fired warning shots into the air.
Ah, there is the key.

There is more to this story than meets the eye.

For those of you who still think that al-Qaida captives deserve to be treated as criminals you need to look at the disorder that they are causing. They are behind the "religion of peace's" protests of a cartoon which was a demonstration of free expression. They are behind the violence in Iraq. They are behind the violence around the world...not the United States. You are wrong in thinking these animals deserve to be treated like criminals. They are captives of war...and frankly I wish we would shoot them on sight. The hell with warning shots...if they attack an embassy they should be shot dead.

The bottom line on these demonstrations riots is this: there are only two explanations for the violence. Either it is NOT a religion of peace OR the enemy is behind the organization of the riots. Regardless of which the reality is the rioters should be shot to death.

They drew their lines in the sand...the ending of freedoms, the desire to destroy Jews, the desire to destroy us...it is time we actually get downright nasty and start killing these spawns of Satan.

And if you do not want to be shot then you better join start treating THEM as the enemy that they actually are.


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