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slip 6 years, 3 months ago on Judith Gunthorpe: Religion talk troubling

Cut off the head and the body will die. If we find and eliminate the head of the jihad and their movement dies our becoming the minority voice is still a possibility. I think what Kielbasa started out trying to convey was we cannot stop the muslim recuiting movement legally. As long as they stay within the laws of the land they are in we can't stop the momentum they have built up and before we know it we will be the minority. There still has not been a solution suggested that can reverse the world domination of the muslim faith. None of us, even Kialbasa, wants to sit idly by while this happens, but, again, What can we do?

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slip 6 years, 3 months ago on Judith Gunthorpe: Religion talk troubling

"The Jihadist wing of Islam (those that are conscripted to cary out the dirty deeds) must be confronted and defeated and the ruling leaders will have no choice but to end the Jihad."

Isn't this what the U.S. has been trying to do? If we don't let the military take off the gloves and do what they do best, as we did in WWII, then we are probably looking at a very long war with the wrong results as in Vietnam. History repeating it self again.

And stopping the Jihadists is a far cry from not allowing the apparently peaceful muslims from continuing to build mosques and becoming the majority. Say we stop the Jihadists that doesn't mean the muslim religion will stop growing and not become the majority and vote in their governing systems. Wasn't this the point of the whole thread in the first place?

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slip 6 years, 3 months ago on Judith Gunthorpe: Religion talk troubling

The question still unanswered: How do we confront them? How do we turn this around? How do we keep the muslims from becoming the ruling majority?

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slip 6 years, 3 months ago on Judith Gunthorpe: Religion talk troubling

They will receive fair trials until they are the Majority. Then what?.... What are we to do?

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slip 6 years, 3 months ago on Judith Gunthorpe: Religion talk troubling

It seems to me that you are all arguing the same point from different perspectives.

Kielbasa is saying history is repeating itself- another religion is trying to take over the world which has happened time and again throughout history.

Everyone else seems to be saying there is an unforgiving religion trying to take over the present world. We can all look through our history books and possibly foresee how it is going to turn out.

The question that needs to be asked is what can we do about? How can we stop history from repeating itself again? And I think Kielbasa is asking us if we are willing to foresake our religious beliefs such as loving thy neighbor to do something about it. If we are, does that make us any better than them. Live by nature's law: survival of the fittest. Sounds pagan to me, history repeating itself again. I'm game, but we have be game as a majority.

Majority does rule which seems to be OK when we are the majority, but what is going to happen when we are not the majority anymore. We need ideas or solutions to our future problems. Lets not waste our energies belittling eachother. Lets put our brilliant heads together to find the answers. Unite against the impending beheadings.

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slip 6 years, 4 months ago on Fire death questions linger

Although I haven't known Dave since high school, I wanted to bestow my condolences, first to Dave's family. We all loved Dave, I did not know one person who had a negative thing to say about him. His sense of humor, calm demeanor and infectious smile took the stress and nervous tension out of any situation. He always made me feel like everything was going to be okay. Even when he was laughing at me I still couldn't help but laugh along with him. To this day I cannot think about Dave without smiling.

I also want to give my condolences to Steamboat. Steamboat has lost a personality that, as I knew him, personified the Steamboat Spirit. He was a caring soul and very charming when he wanted to be. As Kristi said he was a free spirit and had an outstanding, fun nature. He was "Goood People!" In 1986 Dave was voted "Life of the Party" and I cannot think of those times without smiling, and as usual, whenever I think of Dave I will always smile. Thanks, Dave. Rest well, we'll see you soon.

Steve Harrington

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