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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #10 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 2:40pm
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Limey wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 2:29pm:
Sorry, I have trouble keeping up with all the new names.

Are you a joke account as this post indicates, or are you genuinely ignorant?
Isn't it a fact that there are numerous Sharia COurts operating in GB and London now has a Muslim Mayor?  Additionally, I understand there are draconian punishments for anyone who dares to speak ill of the Prophet Mohamed and Islam in general.  Isn't this true, or is it just some pathetic joke?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1196165/Britain-85-sharia-courts-The-ast...
  

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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #11 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:13pm
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The Original Wally wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 2:40pm:
Isn't it a fact that there are numerous Sharia COurts operating in GB and London now has a Muslim Mayor?  Additionally, I understand there are draconian punishments for anyone who dares to speak ill of the Prophet Mohamed and Islam in general.  Isn't this true, or is it just some pathetic joke?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1196165/Britain-85-sharia-courts-The-ast...


It's a pathetic joke.

As far as I know, sharia here is limited to civil disputes and marriage issues amongst muslims. That is, it's a private matter.

The criminal law is unaffected by considerations of sharia.

The civil courts are open to anyone. If I have a dispute with a muslim (say, over a debt) he can invite me to a sharia court and if I feel like it, I can say yes. Or no. It would be a private matter.

I could invite him to civil court, and he would have to come, like it or not.

I think there are similar sharia 'courts' (read 'private dispute resolution centres') in America too.

Yes, Mr. Khan is a muslim, so what?

Just because you Americans are hysterical little screamers about islam, please don't imagine we all need to be. Calm down.
  

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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #12 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:16pm
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Limey wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:13pm:
I think there are similar sharia 'courts' (read 'private dispute resolution centres') in America too.


I know there are some of the secular variety.
  

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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #13 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:24pm
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TowardLiberty wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:16pm:
I know there are some of the secular variety.




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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #14 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:47pm
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Limey wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:13pm:
It's a pathetic joke.

As far as I know, sharia here is limited to civil disputes and marriage issues amongst muslims. That is, it's a private matter.

The criminal law is unaffected by considerations of sharia.

The civil courts are open to anyone. If I have a dispute with a muslim (say, over a debt) he can invite me to a sharia court and if I feel like it, I can say yes. Or no. It would be a private matter.

I could invite him to civil court, and he would have to come, like it or not.

I think there are similar sharia 'courts' (read 'private dispute resolution centres') in America too.

Yes, Mr. Khan is a muslim, so what?

Just because you Americans are hysterical little screamers about islam, please don't imagine we all need to be. Calm down.

The Islamification of western nations is incremental. The goal is a world wide Islamic Caliphate under Shariah Law.  As a Brit I'm sure you are aware of the relationship betwee the IRA and their political arm, Sinn Fien.  They work together, using different methods to achieve the same end.  With the worldwide Islamic Movement it is much the same.

Have you ever heard the term "BOHICA"?   (I'm sure Seawolf has!)
  

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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #15 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 4:18pm
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The Original Wally wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 3:47pm:
The Islamification of western nations is incremental. The goal is a world wide Islamic Caliphate under Shariah Law.  As a Brit I'm sure you are aware of the relationship betwee the IRA and their political arm, Sinn Fien.  They work together, using different methods to achieve the same end.  With the worldwide Islamic Movement it is much the same.

Have you ever heard the term "BOHICA"?   (I'm sure Seawolf has!)


The IRA had a legitimate and achievable aim. That was, to have the island of Ireland under a single political entity. (Obviously,  an Irish one, they weren't harking back to the days of Cromwell).

Their methods were immoral.  Sinn Fein were and are a legal political party with the same aims.

"islamification" is impossible in a country like mine or yours.

It's an illegitimate and unachievable aim.

In order to unify (not, incidentally,  "reunify")  Ireland you need only change the minds of or overcome the opposition of a certain and discrete group.

To "islamify"  a country you need to do rather more, and it's hard to imagine a remotely plausible route to that goal.

Rather,  it's the other way round.


Mr. Khan is recognisably a secular Brit.

Anyone less like a robe wearing religious nutter, it's difficult to think of.

His Muslim parents came here and morphed in to the sort of people you pass the time of day with in a bus queue.


As I said, I know you strangely easy-to-scare people enjoy wetting your knickers in fright but there's really no need.

Hinting at some sort of Zinoviev letter, or the Muslim equivalent of the Protocols, looks a tad silly in real life.
  

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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #16 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 4:37pm
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Limey wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 4:18pm:
The IRA had a legitimate and achievable aim. That was, to have the island of Ireland under a single political entity. (Obviously,  an Irish one, they weren't harking back to the days of Cromwell).

Their methods were immoral.  Sinn Fein were and are a legal political party with the same aims.

"islamification" is impossible in a country like mine or yours.

It's an illegitimate and unachievable aim.

In order to unify (not, incidentally,  "reunify")  Ireland you need only change the minds of or overcome the opposition of a certain and discrete group.

To "islamify"  a country you need to do rather more, and it's hard to imagine a remotely plausible route to that goal.

Rather,  it's the other way round.


Mr. Khan is recognisably a secular Brit.

Anyone less like a robe wearing religious nutter, it's difficult to think of.

His Muslim parents came here and morphed in to the sort of people you pass the time of day with in a bus queue.


As I said, I know you strangely easy-to-scare people enjoy wetting your knickers in fright but there's really no need.

Hinting at some sort of Zinoviev letter, or the Muslim equivalent of the Protocols, looks a tad silly in real life.

"BOHICA"  Bend Over Here It Comes Again"

Sir Winston Churchill wrote "While Europe Slept" of another problem that Europe and GB failed to see coming before it was too late.

There is a plan and a goal and the sooner Brits realize that they are Hog Tied to A Waterbuffalo and need to free themselves of the stupid policies of the European Union, the better off they will be! 

The process is pretty simple and the case studies already exist as it moves accross Europe!
http://www.islam-watch.org/NoSharia/PreventEuropeIslamization1.htm

The United States is done following Europe's poor example of open borders, political correctness and multiculturalism!  We fired the last team; We got better management!

  

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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #17 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 6:21pm
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The Original Wally wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 4:37pm:
"BOHICA"  Bend Over Here It Comes Again"

Sir Winston Churchill wrote "While Europe Slept" of another problem that Europe and GB failed to see coming before it was too late.

There is a plan and a goal and the sooner Brits realize that they are Hog Tied to A Waterbuffalo and need to free themselves of the stupid policies of the European Union, the better off they will be! 

The process is pretty simple and the case studies already exist as it moves accross Europe!
http://www.islam-watch.org/NoSharia/PreventEuropeIslamization1.htm

The United States is done following Europe's poor example of open borders, political correctness and multiculturalism!  We fired the last team; We got better management!



Yeah, well, I know your newsfeeds are super-accurate. I feel a little bit embarrassed about relying on the evidence of my own eyes.

Good one bringing in a reference to the Nazis by the way, any historian or sociologist would be pleased to enumerate the many close similarities between Nazification and the coming Caliphate.
  

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Reply #18 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 6:56pm
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Re: is being in charge so exciting really?
Reply #19 - Apr 18th, 2017 at 7:41pm
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patrick2 wrote on Apr 18th, 2017 at 6:56pm:
Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.


Yeah, they look really uncomfortable.


I would assume you're going to take it off before you lie down,  though.
  

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