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Old 16-09-2012, 11:45 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Create a state of eternal desperation and target the blame on anyone and everything which is non-muslim, and you have the world's biggest petrie dish covered in one of the world's most virulent threats.
this is also true for jews... and slowly slowly with growing tendency we can replace the "muslims" in that statement with "evangelists" as well

jews and evangelists are just less in numbers...

there is no difference in their extremists...
its dead-wrong to say, the jewish extremists are nicer, or do less violent things...
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Create a state of eternal desperation and target the blame on anyone and everything which is non-muslim, and you have the world's biggest petrie dish covered in one of the world's most virulent threats.
this is also true for jews... and slowly slowly with growing tendency we can replace the "muslims" in that statement with "evangelists" as well

jews and evangelists are just less in numbers...

there is no difference in their extremists...
its dead-wrong to say, the jewish extremists are nicer, or do less violent things...
Show me one jewish terror attack based on religion.
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Defend the Constitution meme | quickmeme

This is going to be obama's death knell. Resonates more than the empty chair and you didn't build that combined...
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just keeps on keeping on

glossed straight over this

Teachers who take kids to protests without parents’ permission should be murdered.
— John Nolte(@NolteNC) November 5, 2011


without even so much as a how do you do .
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Probably not because she's a friend of the regime:

If Kathryn Bigelow’s Movie About the Killing of Bin Laden Inflames Muslims Will the Brownshirts Be Sent to Her Home?

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John Nolte thinks the White House should insist that the movie “Zero Dark Thirty” be shelved because it could inflame the Muslim world.

I've absolutely no idea what the relevance is or what you are on about Boon .
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obama is the best president the united states and the world(!) ever had...

how bizarre and pervert would it be, when this fucking film would break his neck...

it most likely was meant to do that by its creators and distributors...

bibi is probably laughing his fat ass off right now...

if anyone really hates obama, then the (religious) extremists in this world!
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how strange, that the american ambassador to libya was one of the first to be murdered by a "muslim mob"...

him, who did so much good in the area...

and who was hated so much by the other relgious extremists - for his support and help in the "muslim world"...

by whom was he really "punished"...
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John Nolte thinks the White House should insist that the movie “Zero Dark Thirty” be shelved because it could inflame the Muslim world.

I've absolutely no idea what the relevance is or what you are on about Boon .
Who cares what John Nolte thinks?

My point, which is as obvious as the nose on your face is if you're a friend of the Obama regime, the Brownshirts probably won't haul you down for interrogation, eh?
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this film was made by christian and zionist extremists...

and obama will be punished now (next) for it?

you are muppets, if you will support this...
muppets played by extremists !
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Anti-Islam Filmmaker Donated Million Dollars To Obama Campaign
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how strange, that the american ambassador to libya was one of the first to be murdered by a "muslim mob"...

him, who did so much good in the area...

and who was hated so much by the other relgious extremists - for his support and help in the "muslim world"...

by whom was he really "punished"...
See post #75 which will answer your question.

http://teakdoor.com/world-news/11450...ml#post2215830 (Anti-Islam movie)
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OK, in that context we see what you're on about.

In the larger scheme of things of course the OBL film will go forward because it has the blessings of corporate Hollywood whom Obama faithfully sucks up to.
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Anti- Islam Filmmaker MAY FACE JAIL TIME.

Not even a hint in this ABC story that there might be a free speech issue somewhere. Do you really believe this is just an ordinary probation case?







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And remember folks, there will be MORE movies, cartoons, images of Muhammed making fun of him, taking the p*ss, and challenging his actions and character in the future.
No doubt so long as we don't end up criminalizing blasphemy in the United States.

Here's a quick summary of the history of blasphemy law in the U.S.

And here's the 1952 case Joseph Burstyn, Inc. v. Wilson where the Supreme Court struck down a New York law that banned showing "sacrilegious" movies. New York's highest court had interpreted the statute to mean "that no religion, as that word is understood by the ordinary, reasonable person, shall be treated with contempt, mockery, scorn and ridicule." The U.S. Supreme Court said:
[T]he state has no legitimate interest in protecting any or all religions from views distasteful to them which is sufficient to justify prior restraints upon the expression of those views. It is not the business of government in our nation to suppress real or imagined attacks upon a particular religious doctrine, whether they appear in publications, speeches, or motion pictures.

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Leader of Attack on US Consulate in Libya was Released From Gitmo in 2007

But, but we were like totally assured by a certain party that most of the detainees at Gitmo were just innocent goat herders at the wrong place at the wrong time?
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You do like to make stuff up, don't you? The objection to Gitmo by the vast majority of pinko commie faggots like me is that it's wrong to lock people up indefinitely without bringing charges against them. If you can prove they're bad guys beyond a reasonable doubt, you can lock them up and throw away the key as far as I'm concerned. But if you can't prove it, then tough shit - you have to let them go.

I don't believe in this system because it protects some bad guys. I believe in it because it protects good guys falsely accused.
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It looks like the west is having fun (finally) in making muhammad (may he rot in hell) look like a pervert.




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A French magazine published vulgar caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad on Wednesday, brandishing its right to free speech amid global tensions over a movie insulting to Islam.
In response, the French government ordered embassies and schools to close Friday in about 20 countries and tens of thousands marched in Lebanon in protest.
The move by the provocative weekly Charlie Hebdo followed days of violent protests from Asia to Africa against the film "Innocence of Muslims" and turned France into a potential target of Muslim rage. Up to now, American government sites have drawn the most ire since the film was produced privately there.
Violence linked to the amateurish movie, which portrays the prophet as a fraud, a womanizer and a child molester, has killed at least 30 people in seven countries, including the American ambassador to Libya.
The French government ordered its embassies and French schools abroad to close on Friday, the Muslim holy day, as a precautionary measure in about 20 countries. It immediately shut down the French Embassy and the French school in Tunisia, which saw deadly film-related protests at the U.S. Embassy there last week.
In the southern Lebanese port city of Tyre, tens of thousands of people marched through the streets Wednesday, chanting "Oh America, you are God's enemy!"
Nasser Dheini, a 40-year-old farmer, said he was angry over the anti-Islam movie and the French caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
"Freedom of opinion should not be by insulting religions," Dheini said, carrying his son Sajed, 4, who was dressed in camouflage military uniform.
Dheini said instead of boosting security at French embassies, France should close down the offending magazine.
Other development Wednesday included:
— The French Foreign Ministry issued a travel warning urging French citizens in the Muslim world to exercise "the greatest vigilance," avoiding public gatherings and "sensitive buildings."
— Several hundred lawyers protesting the movie forced their way into an embassy area in Pakistan's capital.
— The United States temporarily closed its consulate in an Indonesian city because of similar demonstrations.
— Hundreds protested the film in Sri Lanka's capital, burning effigies of President Barack Obama.
The magazine's provocative act plunged France — which has western Europe's largest Muslim population — into a new debate over the limits of free speech in a modern democracy.
A lawsuit was filed against Charlie Hebdo hours after the Wednesday issue hit newsstands, the Paris prosecutor's office said. It would not say who filed it. The magazine also said its website had been hacked.
France's prime minister said freedom of expression is guaranteed, but cautioned that it "should be exercised with responsibility and respect."
Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius warned that Charlie Hebdo could be throwing "oil on the fire," but said it's up to the courts to decide whether the magazine went too far.
The magazine's crude cartoons played off the film and ridiculed the violent reaction to it. Riot police took up positions outside the offices of the magazine, which was firebombed last year after it released an edition that mocked radical Islam.
Charlie Hebdo's chief editor, who goes by the name of Charb and has been under police protection for a year, defended the cartoons.
"Muhammad isn't sacred to me," he said in an interview at the weekly's offices on the northeast edge of Paris. "I don't blame Muslims for not laughing at our drawings. I live under French law; I don't live under Quranic law."
Charb said he had no regrets and felt no responsibility for any violence.
"I'm not the one going into the streets with stones and Kalashnikovs," he said. "We've had 1,000 issues and only three problems, all after front pages about radical Islam."
Government authorities and Muslim leaders urged calm.
"This is a disgraceful and hateful, useless and stupid provocation," Dalil Boubakeur, rector of the Grand Paris Mosque, told The Associated Press. "(But) we are not Pavlov's animals to react at each insult."
A small-circulation weekly, Charlie Hebdo often draws attention for ridiculing sensitivity around the Prophet Muhammad, and an investigation into the firebombing of its offices last year is still open.
Charlie Hebdo was acquitted in 2008 by a Paris appeals court of "publicly abusing a group of people because of their religion" following a complaint by Muslim associations.
Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said organizers of a demonstration planned for Saturday against the "Innocence of Muslims" won't receive police authorization. Paris prosecutors have opened an investigation into an unauthorized protest last Saturday around the U.S. Embassy that drew a couple hundred people and led to about 150 arrests.
The debate about the limits of free speech spread to neighboring Germany.
"I call on all those, especially those who rightly invoke the right of freedom of speech, to also act responsibly," Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said in Berlin.
The German Embassy in Sudan, which was attacked last week, remains closed and security at German embassies in other countries has been beefed up, he said.
A German group in Berlin dropped plans to show extracts of the film "Innocence of Muslims" because of the outcry it has caused.
The cartoonist of the French caricatures published Wednesday, who goes by the name Luz, was defiant.
"We treat the news like journalists. Some use cameras, some use computers. For us, it's a paper and pencil," he said. "A pencil is not a weapon. It's just a means of expression."
Outside the Charlie Hebdo offices, a passer-by wearing a traditional Muslim tunic said he was neither surprised nor shocked by the cartoons. He criticized France's decision to close embassies and schools for fear of protests by extremists.
"It gives legitimacy to movements that don't have any," said Hatim Essoufaly, who was walking his toddler in a stroller.
In Pakistan, the lawyers who protested in Islamabad shouted anti-U.S. slogans and burned an American flag after they pushed through a gate, gaining access to the diplomatic enclave before police stopped them. They called for the U.S. ambassador to be expelled, and then peacefully dispersed.
Much of the anger over the film, which denigrates Islam's Prophet Muhammad, has been directed at the U.S. government even though the film was privately produced in the United States and American officials have criticized it.
The U.S. Embassy in Indonesia said the consulate in Medan, the country's third-largest city, has been closed temporarily because of demonstrations over the film. About 300 members of Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia, a pan-Islamic movement, rallied peacefully on Wednesday in front of it.
Egyptian authorities deployed five large security trucks with riot police outside the French Embassy in Cairo as a precautionary measure but there were no signs of protests.
New French Cartoons Inflame Prophet Film Tensions - ABC News
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France braces for 'Naked Mohammed' cartoon backlash from Charlie Hebdo magazine


THE White House has questioned the judgment of a French weekly that published cartoons mocking the Prophet Mohammed, but said the decision was no justification for violence.



"We have questions about the judgment of publishing something like this," White House spokesman Jay Carney said, while adding "it is not in any way justification for violence."

"We don't question the right of something like this to be published, we just question the judgment behind the decision to publish it," Carney said.

The decision by the French weekly Charlie Hebdo to print obscene cartoons depicting the prophet, came as fresh protests erupted in the Muslim world over an anti-Islam film made by extremist Coptic Christians in the United States.

Security was reinforced at French missions and other institutions in countries feared most at risk of a hostile reaction to the French cartoons.








French Embassies, consulates, cultural centres and international French schools in around 20 countries will be closed on Friday in case they are targeted in demonstrations following weekly Muslim prayers.

State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said that as yet no decisions had been made regarding US embassies on Friday, as the situation was being evaluated "on a day-to-day basis."

"Obviously we're in very close touch with our French allies as they evaluate their security posture," she said.

US embassies in Tunis, Tripoli, and Sanaa were closed on Wednesday, she confirmed, and while consulates in the Pakistani cities of Lahore, Peshawar and Karachi were closed the embassy in Islamabad was open.

"We're talking to the French. I'm obviously not going to get into our security assessment other than to say this is one of the things we're factoring into our look at security going forward."

The cartoons drama erupted a week after violent reactions to the film Innocence of Muslims which targeted US missions throughout the Muslim world, including an attack on the US consulate in Benghazi which killed the US ambassador to Libya, and three other diplomatic staff.







More than 30 people have been killed in attacks or violent protests linked to the controversial US-made film Innocence of Muslims, including 12 people who died in an attack by a female suicide bomber in Afghanistan on Tuesday.



In Pakistan, around 1000 students from the the fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami party took to the streets in the eastern city Lahore, chanting anti-US slogans and burning the American flag.



A similar number demonstrated in Karachi, burning an effigy of US President Barack Obama, while in Islamabad, around 500 lawyers burst into the capital's diplomatic enclave, chanting anti-US slogans and castigating the government for not taking strong action against the film.



The Pakistan government declared Friday - the Muslim holy day - a national holiday in honour of Mohammed, in a sudden announcement made after religious parties called for a day of protest.



In neighbouring Afghanistan, about 1000 protesters took to the streets in the east of the country, blocking a key road to Kabul and chanting "Death to America" and "Death to the enemies of Islam."



Indonesia saw hundreds of protesters tear up the American flag and throw eggs at the US embassy in the capital Jakarta.



In Lebanon, gunmen opened fire on a KFC fast-food restaurant, just days after another outlet of the US chain was torched and a demonstrator killed in a protest over the film. No one was hurt in the most recent attack.



The Shiite movement Hezbollah's leader, Hassan Nasrallah, has called for a string of protests all week in Lebanon to denounce what he described as the "worst attack ever on Islam".



Muslim men and women in Buddhist-majority Sri Lanka also staged their first demonstration, with several hundred gathering in the capital Colombo near the US embassy to denounce the film.



Innocence of Muslims, a crudely made film produced by extremist Christians in the United States that depicts the Prophet as a thuggish womaniser, has triggered protests in at least 20 countries since excerpts were posted on the Internet.



In reaction to the uproar, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published cartoons mocking the film and caricaturing the Muslim prophet, including two showing him naked.
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Who will have the last laugh ? I read something about a german magazine that will also release some new cartoons today. How about your country ?
On saturday there will be protests in german cities because of this mohamed bashing. Where, where this frock pissers when 9/11 occurred ?
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BBC News - Anti-Islam film: Pakistan minister offers bounty

22 September 2012 Last updated at 16:56 GMT

Anti-Islam film: Pakistan minister offers bounty



The port city of Karachi saw widespread violence and bloodshed on Friday

A Pakistani government minister has offered a $100,000 (£61,616) reward for the death of the maker of an anti-Islam film produced in the US.

Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmad Bilour told reporters that he would pay the reward for the "sacred duty" out of his own pocket.

He suggested the Taliban and al-Qaeda would be eligible for the reward.

His comments came a day after at least 20 people died in clashes between anti-film protesters and police.

"I announce today that this blasphemer who has abused the holy prophet, if somebody will kill him, I will give that person a prize of $100,000," the minister said.

Friday's violence occurred in cities throughout the country, with Karachi and Peshawar among the worst hit.

The film, denigrating Islam's Prophet Muhammad, has sparked violent protests throughout the Muslim world in recent weeks.

Scores of people were reported to have been injured on Saturday in a clash in Bangladesh's capital Dhaka between police and hundreds of demonstrators.

Police fired tear gas and used batons to disperse stone-throwing protesters who set several vehicles alight, the Associated Press news agency reports.

In Pakistan itself, a peaceful demonstration was held in Islamabad. Protesters marched through the capital and gathered near parliament, chanting slogans against the filmmaker and demanding punishment.

And in Nigeria, tens of thousands of Muslims marched in the northern city of Kano in a protest that passed of peacefully.

Marchers shouted "death to America, death to Israel and death to the enemies of Islam" in a procession several kilometres long. US and Israeli flags were dragged through the dirt.

In hiding

The exact origins of Innocence of Muslims, the low-budget film that has prompted the unrest, are unclear.

The alleged producer of the trailer of the film, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, is in hiding.

Anti-US sentiment grew after a trailer for the film dubbed into Arabic was released on YouTube earlier this month.

US citizens have been urged not to travel to Pakistan and the US embassy has paid for adverts on Pakistani TV showing President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemning the film.

Although US targets have borne the brunt of protests against the film, anti-Western sentiment has been stoked further by caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published this week in the satirical French magazine, Charlie Hebdo.

France shut embassies and other missions in about 20 countries across the Muslim world on Friday.
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Pat Condell is a brilliant orator and should be ruling the western world or at least an advisor to those of our nations that oppose being ruled under Sharia.
It is coming unless people listen to guys like Pat.
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