" Muslims and jihadis aren't too different, " ouch i guess the media really did brainwash you and turn you into an ignorant edgelord fuck who goes " HAHAH GAWD DZNT EXIZT MOODSLIMS R TERRORIZTZ !1!1 I SWEAR I HAV RED DA QURAN!!1! %100 NOT FAKIN " awe the masonics really are accomplishing what they want , don't they? yes because christianity and the kkk are exactly the same , hmmmmm? go back to your basement you fedora wearing neckbeard and go back jacking off to disgusting shitty foot fetish pictures <3 you belong in a mental hospital.
Lmao foot fetishist and crush fetishist talking about religion oh my god-
You seriously went out of your way to do that?
Keep telling yourself Islam is the religion of peace as people get shot and women get raped. You are the brainwashed one here faggot.
When you believe in a God that fucks kids and a warlord prophet you can't say you're in a religion of peace.
Look at what is happening in Sweden, Germany, France, and the Middle East and you'd see why.
Most bombings are done by Muzzies but hey ignore the facts.
I suggest you actually do your own research and see what you come up with.
Tbh, RELIGION itself has really been the cause for many brutal events in this world. Even the most "peaceful" religions have turned ugly today. Which is what I hate.
Now, don't get me wrong, I completely acknowledge that there are really unfair and sexist issues in other religions and cultures as well (personally I'm an atheist)-- but could you really say any of those religions are really good and fair?
I'm firmly of the opinion that some people enjoy their religion and some people suffer from it and in turn cause others to suffer. Sadly, Christianity and Islam are beset by issues caused by over-zealous individuals who for some reason seem to believe that their point of view is the only one and should be forced on others irrespective of how its done; and if that person is unwilling to accept heir position, then they should be humiliated, taunted, scorn, decried or in the very extreme end of things, actively eliminated. As a student of history and an observer of human nature I am sadly forced to point out that every religion has at one time or another forced its values on those who had no interest in accepting it; often aggressively. It is for this reason that I am not religious nor do I care for the religious forcing themselves on me, although I am happy to show respect for others right to believe what they wish to believe, as long as they don't try applying it to me.
I'll not be drawn into a discussion of religion, or any specific religion as I hold that any given individual is ultimately to blame for their own actions, and the excuse "I was only following orders" or "I was only doing gods will" is a excuse for trying to blame god for their actions, which when it comes down to it are inherently evil. I am also highly suspicious of anyone who sets themselves up to 'speak on behalf of god' or to 'interpret gods words' and in fact question their sincerity and mental health. Of course, that statement is going to upset people but they are entitled to be upset just as much as I am entitled to state that viewpoint.
I mean, its not exactly rocket science now, is it? You can choose to be nice to another person or you can choose to impose or inflict yourself on them, thereby invading their personal space, interfering with their freedom of expression, their freedom of will which is what happens when anyone, irrespective of the reasons approaches another person and begins forcing their opinions on them, or worse, uses emotional, psychological or physical interaction to get their way against the unwilling. As for me, I'm not religious but I am firmly of the opinion that we have to respect everyone else with certain provisions, of course.
I have no time for racists who believe others are less human than they are or have less rights to be someplace or to do something because of their skin color or their genetic heritage because none of us are ''milky white'' (even that expression is racist) and it should be noted that racism has nothing whatsoever to do with disliking a ''culture'' which may be embedded within another 'host' culture and which in doing so is seen as detrimental to the host purely because representatives of the host culture fear change or cannot accept certain of the cultural values of the culture that they are forced to confront on their own ground. Language too has a major part of play, because without understanding we have no common ground on which to agree or disagree. Although I will admit that some 'cultural traits' irrespective of culture do make me uncomfortable as a human being because I feel that they are ultimately detrimental to the physical and mental well-being of persons within that culture and in the worse case, detrimental to the development of the person being effected - yet often such activities and mindsets are referred to as ''tradition'' and that the person they are applied too is seen as ''disrespecting'' those traditions if they refuse to comply with them.
Anyway, I try not to be a hypocrite.
Like many of us I do from time to time say dumb things, sometimes these comments are due to my own ignorance - but isn't that true of everyone? Most of us barely manage to deal with our own culture without having to worry about the values of another which is why I feel that if a person has nothing positive or morally acceptable to say they best say nothing whatsoever and avoid presenting their ignorance to everyone around them.
So, what drives me? Basic humanity is the answer. I'm the sort of person who is streetwise enough to know when somebody is playing me. I'm also wise enough to know when somebody is genuinely in need of intervention and I don't mean the room full of people sitting in a circle trying to get somebody else off of alcohol or narcotics or gambling, but real intervention that will give another human being instant gratification and the sure knowledge that they are recognized as a person. There is a line in the movie, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock which has always resonated with me. So for the last couple of decades (I'm fifty) I have while out and about (in London and now in Winchester) seen people sitting in doorways and under cover, often in the pouring rain and in freezing conditions; conditions that pretty much present to me absolutel proof that those people are not faking being homeless but are in all actuality in real danger. Of course, I could do what many do and simply walk on past but I don't. If the situation looks real, if real suffering is evident I'll often find a fast-food outlet and make a purchase of a few items which I'll then return to the location where that person was and after briefly engaging them in commentary (''do you eat meat? Can I offer you a meal?'') I hand over the food with no flare, no chit-chat. No moral discussion or demands on their time. I simply say, "enjoy" and if asked why I'm doing it, I reply of course, "Its the human thing to do."
I never give money and I make sure the food it hidden until I have determined that they are not on drugs, because drug users will sell anything - including themselves - for a fix. If for some reason the person refuses a meal, which is their right I'll simply find somebody else in the same situation or if needs be, eat it myself. I have from time to time been put in the position of eating in front of people simply to prove to them that I'm not going to harm them. Anyway, the point is, we are all one people irrespective of our differences. I am no more at war with anyone than anyone else (unless they give me cause to consider them my enemy) and feel that the least any of us can do is see that those desperately without are given something and reminded that they are human beings and are to be given all due respect because of it.
I would hope that not too many people get their panties in a bunch over this in this age of free-speech, but really, I also don't see there being much call to associate oneself with these caricatures.