PinkFloyd22 wrote:I know there are alot of people here from the USA and before you start flaming and arguing with me I ask you think about the situation you are in and how your goverment acted few years ago(especialy Bush) and reconsider believing in all they say.
Yes you are right,maybe I expressed myself badly,trust me I don't believe Obama is better than Bush I just gave him as an exemple.thetan wrote:PinkFloyd22 wrote:I know there are alot of people here from the USA and before you start flaming and arguing with me I ask you think about the situation you are in and how your goverment acted few years ago(especialy Bush) and reconsider believing in all they say.
This is indicative of the fact that you too are a media slave. Nothing has changed with the context switch from the bush administration to the Obama administration.
The only thing that's changed is Obama is cooler because he's black and he uses FB and twitter, so "he must be hip y0!"
The fact of the matter is the nation is in no better condition or even path towards a better condition then when bush was calling shots.
If you truly understood how the US and the world as a whole in it's current state works, you'd realize governance is for the most part nothing more then globally distributed shadow puppet theater. The world is governed by a small amount of geographically explicit plutocracies (governments ruled by the rich, for all the kids around here). Democratic republics and parliamentary only create an illusion that people have a say when really at the end of the day the only votes that count are those that are pledged as dollars and the ones with the cash pull the strings.
When you see such a campaign being pushed around the media like the one in this topic it typically only means one thing. This is a hugely sponsored PR stunt. May it be what i call distractovision or NLP (neuro linguistic programming) priming and association ore some other new corporately sponsored mind manipulation gimmick.
Theres always an agenda and some one is always trying to gain something. Business is never ending war and the battlefield is for your and on your minds.
thetan wrote:It's actually part of their culture to burn Qurans. They believe that the Quran should only exist in a "beautiful" condition and Qurans that don't live up to that standard should most definitely be burned.
Vulpine wrote:Language barrier aside, yes, I think I see the point that you're making.
However, when learning about a religion, I feel that it's equally important to consider historical research just as much as, if not more than, religious doctrine. I won't blame a modern community for it's long past actions, but I like knowing where they came from and what they did to get to where they are now. A broader picture, instead of a narrower one, so to speak.
Very off topic though, so I'll leave it at that.
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