Archive for the 'Religion' Category

Tebow Vs. Jenner

Posted in Religion, Society on July 21st, 2015

A study in tolerance, hate, and disgustTebow Vs. Jenner – A Study In Tolerance

The disparate response by America’s domestic enemies, the Liberals and Progressives, to Time Tebow and Caitlyn nee Bruce Jenner says a lot about them and what they loves vs. what they hate, fear, and loath.

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Celebrating The 4th!

Posted in Religion on July 4th, 2015

Happy Independence Day! It’s July 4th, the day of every year when Americans celebrate and have a lot of fun while titularly tipping their hats to both the birth of America as a nation and the ongoing expression of patriotism and love of- and for that nation and the culture it grew.

Sure, for most it’s nothing but a day off work and an excuse to party in the warm summer sun but that’s a good thing. We Americans still remember our history but we’ve outgrown the need to bitterly cling to the memories of the oppression and tyranny we suffered under British rule.

Celebrating The 4th of July!

So have some fun this holiday. It’s your privilege to do so and, like all group privileges, it was earned for you by those who came before you. And might I say that enjoying Anikka Albrite, Mia Malkova, and Gabriella Ford engaging in some flag waving is a good way to start. 😉

Oh, and if you want to see how their party progressed, you can check it out here (NSFW).

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Muslims Burn Court

Posted in Religion on May 26th, 2015

The only thing worse than Islam in general is the intersection of the Black savages of Sub-Saharan Africa and Islam. The particular breed of Muslim endemic to that horrific region brings even Islam to a new nadir of feralness and subhuman violence.

A few days ago in Nigeria these vermin burned down a court over its failure to indict a man who they felt had insulted their Pedophile Prophet, Muhammad. What makes it almost funny is that it was a Shari’a Court.

KANO, Nigeria (AP) — Hundreds of rioting Muslims set a Shariah court ablaze Friday in Nigeria’s northern Kano city, protesting its decision to free a cleric accused of insulting the prophet Mohammed.

An AP reporter watched protesters throw blazing, fuel-filled tires into the building then start marching through streets to demand punishment for Malam Abdul Nyass.

Police monitored the crowd, which turned peaceful after the fire.

 Nyass is accused of saying that the long-dead leader of the Tijanniyah sect is more powerful than the revered prophet Muhammad. Kano’s mainly Muslim population adheres in almost equal numbers to the Sunni and Tijanniyah sects of Islam.

Police arrested Nyass when Muslims threatened to kill him after the alleged insult. He appeared before the Shariah court but was apparently secretly freed and is in hiding.

This little Islamic “street party” came slightly after these offended Muslims burned down Nyass’ house.

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Reforming Islam
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Is there really any doubt that humanity should focus and spend more energy upon reforming Islam or, failing the will to encourage the vermin to become good Muslims, at least sever as much of relations and communication with their areas as is possible?

As for the natives of Sub-Saharan Africa, my biggest quandary is, given their normal behavior, how the Hell did people ever domesticate them in the first place? Really! The way they act, I just can’t see how the slave trade ever worked in the first place. 😯

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