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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Paul7, Oct 25, 2013.
Don't feel bad for the English. They gave it away. Willingly.
Just like we are.
There's never a football hooligan around when you need one.
*I feel we still have a chance.... "Americans" have much work to do....
People get beaten in bars for wearing the wrong sports team shirt, hat, etc. Why is this an issue?
If it keeps happening in bars, the bar can lose its license.
LOL... OK. Well, you have a to have priorities.
No issue. Muslims beating non-Muslims in Western countries for violating Sharia law. Nope...nothing to see here...move along everyone.
Shooting a fellow Christian because they root for the wrong team. Nope....nothing to see here.....move along.
And I thought religion had higher standards than a sports team. My bad.
The difference in your example seems to be that (a) shooting somebody over a sports team isn't based on trying to enforce religious rules and (b) I haven't seen an article about a shooting like that where the shooter was known to be religious. I can come up with real-life examples to support your point, but that isn't one.
No.. It's trying to enforce what team you should like.
Let the Manchester United play against an arabic team. Soccer hooligans are far worse than the koran thumping, carpet flyers.
Pieces. You mean the religion of pieces.
Glad to hear you have no issue with members of one religion trying to impose their religious beliefs on everybody else. Hope you are equally as tolerant of radical Christians trying to do the same. I doubt you are, because liberals have different standards of tolerance, but I could be wrong.
Yeah, good luck with that, Ben.
Muslim Patrols earlier this year in the UK:
They were warned years ago:
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH6QO9MfaH4"]Melanie Phillips - Islam in Europe - YouTube[/ame]
I'm a liberal? That's funny. People do stupid things all the time because of religious beliefs- Christians are no exception. I lived in the Middle East in addition to being deployed there multiple times. Nobody ever tried to convert me to the Muslim religion (I even ordered alcohol in a bar in Qatar). The same can't be said for other religions. I spent two weeks in Utah while I was in college and the attempts to convert me to the Mormon religion were relentless.
You poor dear. How ever did you survive?
Deep thoughts, eh?
I'm just grateful you survived. It must have been so unsettling.
AAAAND, the maximum range of an excuse is zero meters in all directions.