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usgoosht
It seems that Mr Erdogan wants to reconstitute the Ottoman empire, with himself as the first emperor. And perhaps, he has his eye on becoming the caliph of all Muslims, stripping the title from Mr Bagdhadi. comment by usgoosht on Can Turkey under Erdoan any longer be deemed a reliable western ally? Dec 15, 2014 7:11 PM [GMT]
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One need only look at the legacy of Chavez in Venezuela to understand that his philosophy was flawed. It has failed in real life.

So any Spanish attempt to emulate him has to be considered suspect. But that doesn't mean that the political establishment should escape unscathed. They have certainly mismanaged the country to the detriment of the population.

Unfortunately, they did so because the people demanded they do so. The voters wanted something for nothing, and they got something for nothing. Now that it has to be paid for, they don't want to pay. This new party is their vehicle to demand that someone else pay. They are behaving like children, just like the voters of Venezuela behaved like children, and so they are easy victims for anyone who promises to fulfil their demands. comment by usgoosht on Spain establishment 'panics' as support for upstart party surges Dec 15, 2014 7:06 PM [GMT]
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These Islamic terrorists come out of regular Muslim congregations. The Koran exhorts Muslims to be violent and intolerant, sura 9:5, sura 9:29, and those who aren't are considered lesser in Islam. So the Muslims that call themselves tolerant and peaceful are just the Muslims that haven't fully embraced the teachings of Islam. They can't be called true Muslims, and Mohammed would certainly look upon them as inferior.

These lone nut cases are the true representation of Islam as it is described in the Koran. Islam is a cult that is incompatible with the modern world. It either has to be reformed, by removing satanic verses like sura 9:5 and 9:29 and their ilk, to become compatible, or destroyed.

As long as Islam exists in its present form, we can expect a continuous stream of these violent nut cases to arise from it. comment by usgoosht on Sydney Siege Tests Muslim Community Dec 15, 2014 6:48 PM [GMT]
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There is no healing rifts with thugs. You do it their way, or they kill you. And Mugabe confirmed his thuggishness this week, when he anointed a psychopathic killer as his successor. comment by usgoosht on Paddington premiere in Zimbabwe bears burden of healing old rifts Dec 15, 2014 6:40 PM [GMT]
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I guess. Seems like wasting money looking backward, instead of investing in the future of the Navajo people. comment by usgoosht on Navajos Buy Back Artifacts at Paris Auction Dec 15, 2014 6:37 PM [GMT]
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Could be working in the US on an H1B visa. Looks like lots of the IT guys imported from India working here. comment by usgoosht on India cops question suspected ISIS mouthpiece Dec 15, 2014 6:35 PM [GMT]
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Another Muslim nut case. Their religion seems to create mentally unstable people with its brainwashing. Out of the blue, they suddenly jump up and become violent.

Islam is a crime against Muslims. The world would be a better place without it. comment by usgoosht on Sydney siege: witnesses describe how gunman took hostages in Lindt cafe Dec 15, 2014 4:25 PM [GMT]
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Ironic that Islamic leaders would speak out against extremism, when their religious book is a prime example of extremist dogma. comment by usgoosht on Australia hostage siege: Muslim leaders condemn 'criminal' act as IllRideWithYou trends worldwide Dec 15, 2014 4:21 PM [GMT]
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Just more evidence that Islam should be banned in civilized countries. It is a throwback to the dark ages, with its violent and intolerant screed, and has no place in the modern world.

By any reasonable definition, it is a cult, and not a benevolent one. comment by usgoosht on Sydney siege: attacks by lone Islamists growing Dec 15, 2014 4:19 PM [GMT]
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Taking a page out of Islam's book? comment by usgoosht on Spain Church Criticized Over Cordoba Monument Name Dec 15, 2014 4:14 PM [GMT]

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