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March 13, 2010

Geert Wilders on Banning the Koran

Filed under: 1st Amendment, Islam — Tags: — Jesusland @ 00:05

CCHQ does not endorse Geert Wilders’ views on banning the Koran.  But my dissagreement stems from practical reasons, not ideological ones.  After all, they did ban Mein Kampf and I can’t say I’m too broken up about that!  Heck, if I could practically and harmlessly ban ISLAM ITSELF from the face of the Earth I would do it.  Alas, that is not possible as I am realistic about the fact that we are dealing not merely with inanimate objects and religious abstractions, but with real human beings with whom we must live peacefully side by side.  Nevertheless, despite my disagreement, I think Geert Wilders makes some valid points, which again, I only disagree with on a practical level, not a philosophical one.

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2 Comments »

  1. Banning the Que’an won’t solve the problem. Neither is it possible to peacefully coexist with Islam.

    Once the Islamic demographics make it possible, they must and will attack their neighbors.

    Islam is a system of intra species predation. Since it scripture is given and accepted as the perfected word of Allah, it can not be improved. Perfection can only be defiled.

    Either Islam ceases to exist or we cease to be free and secure. No other outcome is possible.

    Doubters & dissenters should read the Qur’an and Sahih Bukhari’s books of Jihad, Khumus & Expedition.

    Comment by Dajjal — March 13, 2010 @ 19:37

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