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Choice News MONDAY, JAN 21, 2013  |  10 comments
Islamists Protesting in England: ‘Shariah Is an Inevitability’
The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) posted unbelievable video Sunday of Islamists rallying in England a little over one week ago to protest the French intervention in Mali.

The chants of the Islamists, though, appear to target the West in its entirety. Far from objecting to French foreign policy, the speakers repeatedly threaten that an Islamic caliphate will begin in Africa and the Middle East, but will eventually spread to “the whole world.”

“We will not stop as Muslims until the whole world is governed by Islam,” one man says evenly and calmly. ...


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
jpw wrote:
US -- well, just wait, and find out which companies do not go under and were exempted. from the moment these things passed I began to hear of the exemptions. you take one business owner and tie his hands behind his back and the other has his arms free --- that's essentially another form of unbalanced weights. one will inevitably shut down and the other take over and control the market. collective bargaining instead of free market.
as for religion, I do not know the details of this. but from the top it has been said that Christians will be forced to go against their beliefs. What of other religions? you see, in a collective-fascist kind of situation, your religious status connects directly to your economic status.
what happened to religious freedm?
I remember Polycarp, at his death he confessed Christ as His Lord and Savior. This was a crime.... that name was only ascribed to Caesar. pray to the god of that guild and you have status.
Exemptions seems to be cronie captialism at its best. I like the insight of unjust weights and balances.
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News Item1/26/13 10:55 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
US -- well, just wait, and find out which companies do not go under and were exempted. from the moment these things passed I began to hear of the exemptions. you take one business owner and tie his hands behind his back and the other has his arms free --- that's essentially another form of unbalanced weights. one will inevitably shut down and the other take over and control the market. collective bargaining instead of free market.

as for religion, I do not know the details of this. but from the top it has been said that Christians will be forced to go against their beliefs. What of other religions? you see, in a collective-fascist kind of situation, your religious status connects directly to your economic status.

what happened to religious freedm?

I remember Polycarp, at his death he confessed Christ as His Lord and Savior. This was a crime.... that name was only ascribed to Caesar. pray to the god of that guild and you have status.

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News Item1/25/13 6:40 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
jpw wrote:
...and as we are being forced to eat up, "a coorporation is a person",...
When a corporation, like Hostess, goes under. The PEOPLE who work there lose their jobs,(and more than likely even other PEOPLE who were involved in the supply chain will lose their jobs) the PEOPLE who invested their money lose the money they invested, and the PEOPLE who bought their product are no longer able to enjoy it. Only in the most technical legal sense of term would you not view a corporation as the people that are involved in it.
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News Item1/24/13 2:30 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Gentlemen, what do you think of the video, >Muslim ‘modesty patrol’ stalking streets of London.

Fewer than one in four people think Islam is compatible with British life, faith minister warns Good example why women shouldn't be in politics. Anyway, an interesting article that mainly concerns Britain, while interesting, and has some very good points, still doesn't quite rate my total seal of approval, The Real Islamophobia. I like Dennis Prager's more, Why ‘Islamophobia’ is a brilliant term]

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News Item1/22/13 5:12 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Cliff Leckey wrote:
Not to put it too strong, England is a disgrace to democracy, although the left would say, this is democracy in action!.
"The PM said we will be fighting Al-Qaeda in Africa possibly for the next 10 years!"
Why go so far afield? Why not start much nearer to home?
May I suggest starting in LONDON? Or is that too pithy?
I would say to the "protestors" Come over with your megaphone & placards & visit this part of the UK.
There`s plenty of room outside Belfast City Hall & I`am sure you will receive a very, very, warm welcome!. Make sure you have the return timetable at hand.
Cliff, you are more used to friction, bloodshed, and political intrigue, than your English counterparts. And I believe you are on the button with your post. Except maybe for NI, the rest of the UK is fast asleep and full of lethargy, or under a spell, particularly those in power. But a time will come when Islam rises up too much, or too many times. A time when politicians will be forced to do something about civil action by those who would take over the country. It will not be pretty.
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News Item1/22/13 9:56 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Jimbo gudg wrote:
You know God is still in control. He says so far and no further. The devil had to be given permission to inflict job and he is still under God restraint today **time us Christian started to preach in the streets again**.
The words we speak can change a nation.
I'll drink to that (which being interpreted means, I'll clink a glass of carrot juice with you).
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News Item1/22/13 9:17 AM
Jimbo gudg | Uk  Find all comments by Jimbo gudg
You know God is still in control. He says so far and no further. The devil had to be given permission to inflict job and he is still under God restraint today time us Christian started to preach in the streets again.
The words we speak can change a nation.
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News Item1/21/13 8:32 PM
Worzel  Find all comments by Worzel
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News Item1/21/13 12:13 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
well, things like Ocare are likely to make it happen here as well. instead of a nation of citizens with individual rights we are returning to the roman times of social groups or leagues having certain rights and others not. (and as we are being forced to eat up, "a coorporation is a person", but then again, the person is no longer an indiviudal with inalienable rghts) that's how the path is paved. collective rights, and since coorporate monopoly has become more american than apple pie (we don't bake pies anymore, but instead eat candy laced with asp@#tame, and don't bother growing fruit trees) -- then it is no surprise to see it begin with the huge industry - driven forced payment to bring all things health under one centralized system.
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News Item1/21/13 6:47 AM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Not to put it too strong, England is a disgrace to democracy, although the left would say, this is democracy in action!.
"The PM said we will be fighting Al-Qaeda in Africa possibly for the next 10 years!"
Why go so far afield? Why not start much nearer to home?
May I suggest starting in LONDON? Or is that too pithy?

I would say to the "protestors" Come over with your megaphone & placards & visit this part of the UK.
There`s plenty of room outside Belfast City Hall & I`am sure you will receive a very, very, warm welcome!. Make sure you have the return timetable at hand.

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