Monday, August 6, 2012

In light of recent events, there needs to be some understanding.  Though, to simplify, I will use pictures...


Okay, it is harder than it looks, but there is a HUGE difference.  One is a religion of peace, the other claims to be - so they can plot your death unless you convert.  I'm just saying'... 


Mrs. K said...

Thanks for the clarification! Really!

Kimball said...
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LL said...

Wade Page had a “14” tattoo*. Since the police shot him in the parking lot of the temple, we may never know if he knew that he was targeting Sikhs. Perhaps more guidance is needed, thus a genuine mission for undercover FBI people in hate groups, to direct their hatred toward more legitimate targets...such as Wahhabists and the Black Panthers.

(*The "14" stands for a 14-word slogan they follow that goes as follows, “We must secure the existence of the our people and a future for white children.”)

On to Johnny Quest:
Hajji (الحجّي) is a person who visited Mecca and participated in and completed the Hajj...thus, a Muslim. (or am I off base on that one?)

Moving on to Sikhs:
Sikhs are anything but pacifists in my opinion and based on my limited experience with them in the Punjab, however they are absolutely NOT Muslims and none of them were flying on the planes that hit the WTC and the Pentagon. Those people were Saudis, funded by other Saudis, our friends and allies. Which is why we invaded Afghanistan -- because it wouldn't do to invade Saudi Arabia (nuke their ass and steal their gas scenario).

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

You mean there's a difference? The MSM doesn't think so.