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snapple
08-18-2010, 07:49 PM
seriously....the whole idea of building a mosque at ground zero is ridiculous....this cant go down...

PALEHORSE
08-18-2010, 08:16 PM
its america faggot

you dont like it get the fuck out nd take that faggot tony danza with you

hectis
08-18-2010, 08:22 PM
why is it a bad idea? the Muslims did not blow up the towers the USA government did

MindzEye
08-18-2010, 08:27 PM
the mosque is four blocks from ground zero.....the mosque is going to be part of the neighborhood surrounding ground zero. that neighborhood, which used to be sort of vibrant is now completely empty since 911. the mosque will hopefully bring people back to the neighborhood and pave the way for some businesses to open up.

HANZO
08-18-2010, 08:34 PM
first it aint a mosque its an islamic cultural centre and it being built 2 blocks down from ground zero.

second Saudi Arabia just signed the biggest arms deal in history buying weapons off the USA. the deal is worth $60billion. how many Americans will get jobs thanks to this deal?

so basically unemployment in America is decreasing thanks to a bunch of Muslims. plus on top after the Saudi's, Egypt and Turkey are the next biggest arms buyers off America.

Americans will whine and cry about this issue, but even if you had a republican president they would not oppose the construction of this 'mosque'. cause it doesnt serve their best interests.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-18-2010, 08:38 PM
How fucking racist. You're the kind of asshole who's getting angry at white people saying nigga, but towelhead is prolly okay huh. It's not even a mosque, it's a cultural centre dumbass. And it's like 6 blocks away from ground Zeroro. 9/11 was 10 years ago, get over it. Racist scum.

food for thought
08-18-2010, 08:52 PM
so what faggot?

is it illegal to be a muslim two blocks from ground zero?

do muslims scare you faggit? how about the 2 million+ american mulims faggot?

should they convert to that filth you call catholicism?

how about three blocks?

is that enough space for your scary racist ass?

how about tim mcvae and the cathlic churches faggoit? there are churches in oklahoma faggit.

that dosent bother you faggit? why not, faggit?

cause youre a narrow-minded, dumb ass racist american looking for the next group of people to discriminate against.

Queen Of Poetry
08-18-2010, 08:54 PM
Ok. I live in NY and my cousin died in the towers. Her body was never found. How can u say get over it? Do u see that sight everday like I do? Did u come to NY with pictures of ur relative and stand there for days hoping they would find them? Do u walk the streets of NY everyday hoping that I'll find ur relative and they r confused and don't know who they r? I understand that Muslims have the right to use this space b/c this is America. But I'm sorry, it's a bit insensative.

That day will never be forgotten. How can it? I gotta go there to pay respects to my cousin cause that is where she is. How do u get over that? The media wants to show those awful images of that day and people jumping.....that is someones family member.

Now go ahead and run ur jokes off of what I just said. SMH

DUMBO
08-18-2010, 08:55 PM
seriously....the whole idea of building a mosque at ground zero is ridiculous....this cant go down...

buy a map and quit being such a faggit.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-18-2010, 08:56 PM
yeah he jus rasis! he thinks muslims have no rights becuase 911 was muslims. everyone kno it was the fbi and not terrorists. not every muslim is a terrorrrist! fucken biggot

food for thought
08-18-2010, 09:02 PM
^people have to watch their kids around you IRL, shut up.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-18-2010, 09:05 PM
yeah well.. people have to watch their kfc around you!11!

food for thought
08-18-2010, 09:06 PM
how original.

go google child porn, faggit.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-18-2010, 09:08 PM
go google melons, jiggaboo!

also, i can't find any child porn on google ;(

PALEHORSE
08-18-2010, 09:19 PM
not to mention america has the 1st amendment and a free enterprise, which obviously this faggut hates. this guy sounds like a terrorist to me

fagget, faggit, faggut, fagette

narc
08-18-2010, 09:19 PM
maybe native indians find it offensive when you build churches on their grounds. just a thought.

Olive Oil Goombah
08-18-2010, 10:52 PM
oh gawd...


The united states is like what? less than 2% muslim??

what the fuck do we need a muslim cultural centre for first of all, and why the fuck do you have to build it anywhere near ground zero.

Build it in fucking Detroit, there are loads of towelheads up there.


Racist? you damn right.

Maybe it wouldnt be such a big deal if the vibrant, landmark towers that used to be there werent blown up in the name of fucking Islam.


You fucking pussies.


Maybe we should build a monument to crack and place it two feet down from that retard ODB's grave.

than you'd see all the wucrack babies lose their minds.


fuck a muslim and fuck his cultural centre

Olive Oil Goombah
08-18-2010, 10:55 PM
maybe native indians find it offensive when you build churches on their grounds. just a thought.


maybe the native Celtic peoples find it offensive that you Norman Angles ruined the repuation of their island.

but your probably not even english...just some nasty brown asian person who fled his stankin country for the West.

Like you all do when you want to better yourselves.

TheBoarzHeadBoy
08-18-2010, 11:42 PM
When Muslims get a "Culture" they can have a "Cultural Center." Arabs are the culture. I don't want Arab Culture in America. Arabs inbreed, abuse their women, dress like fags, smell bad, and finance terror attacks and have an All American baseball team because clearly they're even too pussy to play baseball.

Islam is a Cult. Like the Mormons.

1. There are next to no Muslims in Manhattan. No need for a large religious center.
2. The Lower Manhattan is a financial district not a residential district.
3. They want to open it on the tenth anniversary of 911.
4. We don't know who is paying for it (least important issue for me)
5. They were planning to name it the "Cordoba Center" after a major city in Spain where an exiled Caliph built a massive Mosque after to lay claim to the entire peninsula.
6. That's almost like building an American hotel in Hiroshima called "Little Boy Lodging."
7. Muslims aren't a race so its not racist.

If you think its not the most disgusting publicity stunt in history you're an idiot.

However its totally legal and I'd rather see it get built so some idiot will blow it up for revenge.

ilzPotent
08-18-2010, 11:56 PM
yeah well.. people have to watch their kfc around you!11!

HILARIOUS!!


hmm a mosque by ground zero. man I consider myself pretty liberated but this is TOUCHY, and not in a good way.

Robert
08-19-2010, 02:04 AM
I really don't understand all the hype. It's 2 blocks away from ground zero. It's not going to be packed full of fundamentalist muslims.

If the towers had been blown up by Fundamentalist Catholics, I doubt the building of a church would have caused this much of a stir.

There was a Mosque in one of the World Trade Centre buildings.

narc
08-19-2010, 03:45 AM
maybe the native Celtic peoples find it offensive that you Norman Angles ruined the repuation of their island.

but your probably not even english...just some nasty brown asian person who fled his stankin country for the West.

Like you all do when you want to better yourselves.

implying that im either english or asian

EAGLE EYE
08-19-2010, 03:50 AM
http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRlMnMhAHSe_sRx3vIwFLOVLYEBMVkHL 9VmE9Gr2YBUn-9jqmI&t=1&usg=__pFNFhr4R6pvk6EPNnMFntjUzgOk=


DickyTouch

What can I not say wrong about this boy.

He a great kid, big fan of that Mrs. Gaga and openly admits he like tranny porn.

But he a pretty-bitch wop Patriot with the family heirloom injun feathers and all to prove his blood line's dedication & legacy.


god bless ya Nicholas. Whens the next poka night?

Olive Oil Goombah
08-19-2010, 07:06 AM
I really don't understand all the hype. It's 2 blocks away from ground zero. It's not going to be packed full of fundamentalist muslims.

If the towers had been blown up by Fundamentalist Catholics, I doubt the building of a church would have caused this much of a stir.

There was a Mosque in one of the World Trade Centre buildings.

Two blocks is not far.


and if Catholics blew it up, there would be no fucking Catholic church there.

Do you see catholic churches being built next to Auschwitz??????


this is neo liberal bullshit at its finest disguised under the auspice of 'free speech'.


its total bullshit and anyone can see right fucking through it.

There are no fucking muslims in America. The population is so minute.

Like I said, build it in Detroit, there are more there than anywhere else.

Mumm Ra
08-19-2010, 07:14 AM
There are no fucking muslims in America. The population is so minute.

hahaahha

Undiluted Karma
08-19-2010, 07:50 AM
exactly how from ground zero is this? if you were to look across the street could you see the mosque being built?

Undiluted Karma
08-19-2010, 07:53 AM
http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRlMnMhAHSe_sRx3vIwFLOVLYEBMVkHL 9VmE9Gr2YBUn-9jqmI&t=1&usg=__pFNFhr4R6pvk6EPNnMFntjUzgOk=


DickyTouch

What can I not say wrong about this boy.

He a great kid, big fan of that Mrs. Gaga and openly admits he like tranny porn.

But he a pretty-bitch wop Patriot with the family heirloom injun feathers and all to prove his blood line's dedication & legacy.


god bless ya Nicholas. Whens the next poka night?


+fictional rep

Queen Of Poetry
08-19-2010, 08:53 AM
exactly how from ground zero is this? if you were to look across the street could you see the mosque being built?


It's about 2 blocks..........u mean if u were at ground zero could u see it? I don't know........I mean depending on how high it is and where u standing u may be able to see it...........

Robert
08-19-2010, 09:58 AM
Two blocks is not far.


and if Catholics blew it up, there would be no fucking Catholic church there.

Do you see catholic churches being built next to Auschwitz??????


this is neo liberal bullshit at its finest disguised under the auspice of 'free speech'.


its total bullshit and anyone can see right fucking through it.

There are no fucking muslims in America. The population is so minute.

Like I said, build it in Detroit, there are more there than anywhere else.

Key point: It's not a mosque.

THE W
08-19-2010, 10:09 AM
its fucking gross. build it somewhere else.

what a slap in the face to those who suffered in that 9/11 tragedy.

hectis
08-19-2010, 10:24 AM
is Columbus day and thanksgiving a slap in the face to Native Americans?

Robert
08-19-2010, 10:29 AM
That's different man. Those are celebrations for good, honest, hard-working white people.

TAURO
08-19-2010, 10:32 AM
That's different man. Those are celebrations for good, honest, hard-working white people.

lol

hectis
08-19-2010, 10:36 AM
I guess Hitler should have a holiday too lol

I don't understand what's the big deal it's not like they are building it right on ground zero

hectis
08-19-2010, 10:40 AM
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/matt-sledge/just-how-far-is-the-groun_b_660585.html

Tecknowledgist
08-19-2010, 10:45 AM
It's not a slap in the face because the towers didn't fall in the name of Islam. They fell in the name of terrorism and a terrorist faction's anger at the American Government.

If they built a shrine in honor of Osama Bin Laden at ground zero, then you would have reason to be upset.

But they're not, they're building a motherfucking cultural centre. Two blocks away.

Just because the attack was orchestrated by a deranged Islamic extremist doesn't mean the attack was on behalf of an entire culture and religion.

Look at how you're all acting. "Oh my god! The towelheads! They've returned! We will not let this stand!"

Respect due to the people who lost friends and family in the World Trade Center, but are you really that naive to direct your anger at hundreds of millions of people for the actions of a few lunatics?

It's 2010 for fuck sakes. Your president's middle name is Hussein!

Grow up; you're acting like children.

Robert
08-19-2010, 10:47 AM
I can understand how it's a big deal for people who were affected by what happened on 9/11.

However, I think these people are falsely associating the actions of fundamentalist islamic terrorists (let's not even get into an arguement about whether the government did it) to the activities carried out by everyday American muslims (who are not all arabs although many people don't seem to acknowledge this) in a community centre.

Anyone else is probably just trotting out the usual racist bullshit.

Edit: Perhaps it would be different for me if a family member had died in the attacks. I still don't understand how you can blame all the followers of a religion for the actions of a few individuals.

Queen Of Poetry
08-19-2010, 10:57 AM
Just because the attack was orchestrated by a deranged Islamic extremist doesn't mean the attack was on behalf of an entire culture and religion.

Look at how you're all acting. "Oh my god! The towelheads! They've returned! We will not let this stand!"

Respect due to the people who lost friends and family in the World Trade Center, but are you really that naive to direct your anger at hundreds of millions of people for the actions of a few lunatics?


Yes some folks r taking this to an extreme, truth.

I'm not angry that they r wanting to build it there.........they have every right to build it there. I'm simply saying it is tastleless to do so..............I know the Muslims in American had nothing to do with 9/11...........but the fact that it was an "Islamic Group" and now Muslims want to have a mosque 2 blocks away a lil hard to swallow...........now I'm not gonna protest or anything like that cause that would be dumb. I guess I'm just tired of folks (and I'm not talking about u-just in general) saying for people to "get over" the attacks. Last year a plane that functions as Air Force One flew very low over Manhattan and the people on the streets went crazy..............how can u get over that?

yKKrlboqD5w

Frank Sobotka
08-19-2010, 11:04 AM
Yes some folks r taking this to an extreme, truth.

I'm not angry that they r wanting to build it there.........they have every right to build it there. I'm simply saying it is tastleless to do so..............I know the Muslims in American had nothing to do with 9/11...........but the fact that it was an "Islamic Group" and now Muslims want to have a mosque 2 blocks away a lil hard to swallow...........now I'm not gonna protest or anything like that cause that would be dumb. I guess I'm just tired of folks (and I'm not talking about u-just in general) saying for people to "get over" the attacks. Last year a plane that functions as Air Force One flew very low over Manhattan and the people on the streets went crazy..............how can u get over that? Th
Isn't this like saying it would be tasteless for a German to be the boss of a jew because once a German wanted to kill all jews?

THE W
08-19-2010, 11:07 AM
is Columbus day and thanksgiving a slap in the face to Native Americans?
are you admitting that all 3 are the same and believing that two wrongs(or 3) make a right?

food for thought
08-19-2010, 11:11 AM
^its the same idiotic concept.

do you want to ban catholic churches from america too?

why not? mcvae was a devout catholic and a decorated soldier in your us army.

the blatant hyrocrissy and double standard is appaling.

to persucute the billion+ followers of the second most popular religion in the world, because of what 2 dozen extremists did is retarded.

it should not be tolerated.

Queen Of Poetry
08-19-2010, 11:12 AM
Isn't this like saying it would be tasteless for a German to be the boss of a jew because once a German wanted to kill all jews?


Ummmm I don't think so. B/c that happened so long ago........I mean at the new job I got my boss is white........is he going to enslave me? No.

I think b/c it was so current........I don't know. I guess ur point is valid but I can't formulate in my mind that concept as being the same as this........

hectis
08-19-2010, 11:14 AM
are you admitting that all 3 are the same and believing that two wrongs(or 3) make a right?

no but the 2 days are slaps in the face but no one is trying to do anything about it

it's a slap in the face how an entire religion is judged on what a few did

Meta4
08-19-2010, 11:35 AM
First Amendment people, if you oppose this building you oppose the US Constitution and are no better than the "terrorists" who were responsible for this act.

and Queen kindly shut the hell up, NEWS FLASH PEOPLE DIE EVERYDAY you might be suprised to know that I've lost people, your media controlled sense of patriotism is keepin you ignorant. nobody says forget but get the fuck over it. 10 years get real.

Frank Sobotka
08-19-2010, 11:39 AM
Ummmm I don't think so. B/c that happened so long ago........I mean at the new job I got my boss is white........is he going to enslave me? No.

I think b/c it was so current........I don't know. I guess ur point is valid but I can't formulate in my mind that concept as being the same as this........
So you think these Muslims will kill people again?
not Muslim terrorists but the Muslims that will attend the centre.

If the Islam was a cult of 1000 people I would agree with you but there are more then a billion muslims.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 11:43 AM
At first I was just trolling, but damn I'm not sure if I'm being outtrolled here or if you fuckers are serious.

IrOnMaN
08-19-2010, 11:50 AM
If they build it near ground zero, they'll build it.

Stop passing judgment on people who did not have anything to do with the terrorist attacks.

snapple
08-19-2010, 12:26 PM
This is a big issue. Its sensitive subject matter. Some of you may not be able to understand and comprehend how much 9/11 impacted us. Its in poor taste for them to build there. You know it, they know it, everyone knows it. Its being insensitive!

MindzEye
08-19-2010, 12:42 PM
^

*he used to work at the Burlington coat factory where the mosque is being built.*

IrOnMaN
08-19-2010, 12:52 PM
This is complete bullshit. Now, the American people think that President Obama is a Muslim. He's Christan. This is ALL because of this mosque crap.

People.

cutn' heads
08-19-2010, 12:57 PM
i'm against the mosque going there, but you can already a mecca bubble coat at burlington coat factory...so, fuck it.

http://www.burlingtoncoatfactory.com//IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=1650355&SearchedProduct=t

MindzEye
08-19-2010, 12:59 PM
damn...muslims must be plotting some sort of weather altering terrorist device because its too warm in mecca right now for that mecca coat.

food for thought
08-19-2010, 01:00 PM
This is complete bullshit. Now, the American people think that President Obama is a Muslim. He's Christan. This is ALL because of this mosque crap.

People.

aahahahaha I KNEW IT !!!!!

ahahaah dumb ass americans ahahaah

all that mcdonals and starbucks is impeding the critical thinking skills bruh.

LOL

food for thought
08-19-2010, 01:13 PM
there is a muslim praying center (a mosque according to the scary ass peoples definition) in the pentagon 100 feet from the 9/11 memorial.

and theres a mosque four blocks from ground zero and its been there for 40 years.

goddam.

its so insensitive. they should demolish them shits immediately. they must not get it. they must have not been impacted directly.

get your slave master tongue out your mouth, and use the brain you have been blessed with to think rationally.

IrOnMaN
08-19-2010, 01:14 PM
The media gets on my damn nerves.

http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2010/08/19/poll-only-a-third-of-americans-say-obama-is-christian-almost-one-in-five-say-hes-muslim/

food for thought
08-19-2010, 01:17 PM
The media gets on my damn nerves.

http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2010/0...ay-hes-muslim/

oh, yea. i heard about that.

1 in 5.

lol it has to be the diet

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 01:45 PM
Technically they're right, because his father is a Muslim, that makes Obama a Muslim too, according to what Muslims believe. I don't see why it should matter.

Ninja
08-19-2010, 03:13 PM
Jewish leaders rally in "support" of WTC mosque



A group of Jewish leaders rallied Thursday in support of the mosque near the World Trade Center.The Shalom Center representatives say they needed to speak out after the Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish civil rights group that advocates religious freedom, criticized the Cordoba Initiative mosque and cultural center.
"We need this Islamic center to preach love and respect in contrast to those that preach hate and destruction," said Rabbi Richard Jacobs of the Westchester Reform Temple. "Here in this place, just a few yards from horrific pain and loss, let this Islamic center be a beacon of light and hope to our aching world."
“That is why we are here, to open the doors to peace, to dialogue, to affirmation of ‘the one’ that Jews and Muslims and Christians all celebrate,” said Rabbi Arthur Waskow of the Shalom Center.
Members of the ADL held a protest near the site Wednesday.
"If you want to reach out, if you want to reconcile, if you want to show love, why not listen to the people who suffered, the families, the victims, the responders who say, not here; not in my cemetery," said Abraham Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League.
Another opponent of the project can be found in gubernatorial candidate Carl Palladino, who vows in his latest campaign advertisement, which was released today today, that he will do everything he can to prevent the center from being built.
"I am Carl Paladino and as governor I will use the power of eminent domain to stop the mosque and use the site as a war memorial, instead of a monument to those who attacked our country," he says in the TV ad.
A lawsuit was filed Wednesday challenging the Landmarks Preservation Commission's vote not to declare the property on 45 Park Place a landmark.
The vote clears the way for the demolition of the building and the construction of a 13-story mosque.
Daisy Khan, a co-founder of the proposed mosque, was also on hand for the rally Thursday.
"This outpouring of support today has strengthened our commitment to working with our Jewish brothers and sisters," Khan said.
A city Law Department spokeswoman said the department is confident the Landmarks Preservation Commission followed the appropriate procedures and legal standards.
The mosque's developer has said even if the landmark status was granted, the group would work around the existing building.
The center is expected to cost $100 million to build. The founders have not yet set a date for its completion.

This was taken from Ummah forum. What do you guys make of this?

I believe this mosque will be one of the key sparks to a global war in a year or two, especially with the burning of the Quran by the kuffar on september 11 and Eid possibly falling on that same day.

This is part of the propaganda that's been going for more than a century to destroy the character and image of Islam and the muslims by causing mass provocation of even the moderates.

EAGLE EYE
08-19-2010, 04:24 PM
aahahahaha I KNEW IT !!!!!

ahahaah dumb ass americans ahahaah

all that mcdonals and starbucks is impeding the critical thinking skills bruh.

LOL

Don't drag coffee into this.


If anything most people need more coffee so they can snap out of their retarded thinking patterns and daze.

Olive Oil Goombah
08-19-2010, 05:43 PM
Key point: It's not a mosque.

Which makes it even worse and more tasteless.

Isn't this like saying it would be tasteless for a German to be the boss of a jew because once a German wanted to kill all jews?


Build a German cultural centre two blocks from Auschwitz. See how well that goes over with the kikes.




All these faggots defending this are just that.....faggots.

Because if neo nazi's wanted to build a Southern Confederate cultural Center next to a Civil Rights Memorial all the knee-grows on this site would be ready to riot.




Food for thought, you are an immigrant. You have no opinion on this matter.



This is an AMERICAN ISSUE which means it should be decided by the only true Americans.


White Republicans.

narc
08-19-2010, 05:50 PM
^not sure if srs

good troll though

netscape check two
08-19-2010, 05:55 PM
Threadstarter is an angry white woman who works at the Kmart Cafe.

Uncle Steezo
08-19-2010, 05:58 PM
islam does not stand for terrorism.
the nazis stood for the extermination of jews.

how u compare the two i have no idea.

its more like yall are protesting a veterans museum near the OK fed memorial cause mcveigh was in the army.

IrOnMaN
08-19-2010, 06:04 PM
Because if neo nazi's wanted to build a Southern Confederate cultural Center next to a Civil Rights Memorial all the knee-grows on this site would be ready to riot.

This is a totally different issue.

food for thought
08-19-2010, 06:06 PM
^and the dumbest shit i ever heard.

confederate culutreal center? memorial to hitler?

gtfo please.

Olive Oil Goombah
08-19-2010, 06:20 PM
Why is the Confederate off?

Southern whites are a culture within this country.

Why do Arabs need that shit anyway....they don't.



So its not a Mosque and it has no religious significance.

That makes it worse considering the people who took part in 9/11 were mostly Arabs.



I don't give a fuck what some bullshit liberal immigrant douchebag thinks.....


this shit aint happenin.


and any black for this is obviously a black frm the burbs because them fucking A-rabs routinely assrape poor blacks in the ghettos.....chargin niggas a quarter for a fucking cigarette...

selling expired food.



you motherfuckers are embarassing. fuckin immigrants

IrOnMaN
08-19-2010, 06:23 PM
and any black for this is obviously a black frm the burbs because them fucking A-rabs routinely assrape poor blacks in the ghettos.....chargin niggas a quarter for a fucking cigarette...

selling expired food.

I'm supporting it. And I live in the inner city.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 06:25 PM
It's like Japanese people opening a sushi-bar on Pearl Harbor 10 years after. It's not illegal, but tasteless, the idea, not the sushi.

And yes it is a cultural centre WITH a Mosque inside. And debris of the plane was found in the park 51 building, so the whole 2 blocks away bullshit shouldn't even be an argument.

Fuck it, I'll let Pat do the talking.

vjS0Novt3X4

Check the links for the video information too if you care.

Olive Oil Goombah
08-19-2010, 06:31 PM
I'm supporting it. And I live in the inner city.

you a dumb uncle tom ass PUSSY with an ET dick what the fuck does your perspective mean?



Sure, it would be LEGAL for descendents of the Confederate Army to build a Confederate Army Museum next to a Rosa Parks museum in the South but it is classless, tasteless and confrontational.

and blacks would be up in arms protesting that shit.




The only reason no one really cares in here is because this happens all the time when these issues come up.

Instead of seeing it rationally they immediately see American as the 'white man' and who ever is agains it as the 'brown man' and they equate that to their own bullshit struggle that they only relate to thru Wu Tang.



Should there be a Japanese cultural center next to Pearl Harbor?


How about a German cultural centre in Stalingrad.

GTFO the Russians wouldnt have that shit cuz there no pussy.



This country has gone soft as fock...


Winners should never feel guilty for winning.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 06:35 PM
If this is going to happen for real, I'll never be able to use this picture...

http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab52/robochrist/16cec38c.jpg?t=1282257220

theheavens
08-19-2010, 06:40 PM
build it!

Nasty Nash
08-19-2010, 07:03 PM
What's wrong with building a cultural center? How about when the europeans came here a long time ago and built churches and villages on top of the natives and villages THEY destroyed.

IrOnMaN
08-19-2010, 07:20 PM
you a dumb uncle tom ass PUSSY with an ET dick what the fuck does your perspective mean?

Hm. Talk about not being able to type out a proper sentence, Dicky. I strongly suggest you go back to school, you fucking redneck. Oh! That's right. You're wob.

Mumm Ra
08-19-2010, 07:36 PM
the blatant hyrocrissy and double standard is appaling.
yeah
its already a given that dicky is as dumb as they come but there's a lot of people showing their colors in here

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 07:51 PM
AMERICA : freedom of speech and religion for all*





































*void where prohibited,must be over 18, see county and state laws for further details...

Dr. Simon Hurt
08-19-2010, 07:55 PM
^pretty much.

the amount of stupidity, hypocrisy, bigotry and just straight up willful ignorance in this thread is apalling.

and with that, i am not posting in general chat any more. (as if anyone gives a fuck)

sayonara, fuckers.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 08:01 PM
AMERICA : freedom of speech and religion for all*

No one is denying that...

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 08:06 PM
AMERICA : freedom of speech and religion for all*





































*void where prohibited,must be over 18, see county and state laws for further details...
hate being that last post

snapple
08-19-2010, 08:28 PM
aahahahaha I KNEW IT !!!!!

ahahaah dumb ass americans ahahaah

all that mcdonals and starbucks is impeding the critical thinking skills bruh.

LOL


aww cmon son! really!? :frusty:

how do you sound now....

HANZO
08-19-2010, 08:30 PM
If this is going to happen for real, I'll never be able to use this picture...

http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab52/robochrist/16cec38c.jpg?t=1282257220

news like this are typically from idiotic British newspapers like the Daily Mail or The Sun. the ppl who read them are borderline if not fully retarded.

no stories about Muslims are there so-called hate for dogs or other shit was ever made before 9/11. why all of a sudden do we see these stories in the news?

fact is a Muslim is the new Commie. the west needs to find an enemy it can hate. simple as.

i must say credit to Osama bin Laden after one event he planned from a cave (if he planned it at all) has got the entire west so shook they fear anything with Islam or Muslim on it.

food for thought
08-19-2010, 08:31 PM
aww cmon son! really!?

how do you sound now....

^yes, thats my word.

you, the and the 68% of the population who have the same ignorant views as you are dumb ass fuck everybody knows that.

how do you sound with your racist narrow-minded ass?

snapple
08-19-2010, 08:38 PM
and Jasper that peral harbor analogy was funny lol.....

and Wunded fox got it 2....

the mosque building has significantly boosted .... i dont know what word to use..... anti-semetic(toward muslims and people of arab/middle eastern decent) feelings. just like when 9/11 first happend.....

they had to of known people were gonna react this way when they were gonna do this....


something bad is brewing ....

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 08:38 PM
I still haven't read anyone here explain how it's not tasteless and provocative to build a Mosque as close as possible to Ground Zero.

Also, how is it racist to be against this? Anyone even care to not look like a total cunt.

snapple
08-19-2010, 08:41 PM
^yes, thats my word.

you, the and the 68% of the population who have the same ignorant views as you are dumb ass fuck everybody knows that.

how do you sound with your racist narrow-minded ass?

how am i ignorant?

and how am i racist?

dog you're the one calling us "dumb ass americans" and trying to say we're all caffeine crazy slobs or whatever with your starbucks and mcdonalds comments....

wtf is that?

food for thought
08-19-2010, 08:45 PM
its a known fact that a persons diet effects the brains thinking process.

and ive also made a thread about and titled "dumb ass americans". search that shit.

youre telling me you aint dumb as fuck?

food for thought
08-19-2010, 08:50 PM
QZpT2Muxoo0

watch this and then tell me how you arent the worst.

snapple
08-19-2010, 08:52 PM
its a known fact that a persons diet effects the brains thinking process.

and ive also made a thread about and titled "dumb ass americans". search that shit.

youre telling me you aint dumb ass fuck?


no im saying you dont know how to talk to people.

youve prolly been smacked a couple of times before because of it.

you're calling me an ignorant racist blah blah based off of nothing...why cause you think its a good idea for a mosque to be built it and i dont? LOL yea im the dumby right?

then you act like a hypocrite and start being prejudice towards americans and stereotyping us. we're not talking about diets here. I dont eat mcdonalds and i haven't drank coffee in years but all that shit is irrelevant.


"its a known fact that a persons diet effects the brains thinking process."

^^Gee this guys a genius! i hear sleep and excersize are good 2!

listen, you support bulding the mosque, and thats cool. i disagree. this shit is just on the bubble we'll see what really happens. but don't try to insult me and call me names and all that. you dont know me. youre the one being dumb and immature not me.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 08:57 PM
^its the same idiotic concept.

do you want to ban catholic churches from america too?

why not? mcvae was a devout catholic and a decorated soldier in your us army.

the blatant hyrocrissy and double standard is appaling.

to persucute the billion+ followers of the second most popular religion in the world, because of what 2 dozen extremists did is retarded.

it should not be tolerated.If McVeigh blew up a Mosque in the name of Jesus and Catholics wanted to build a church there, it would be wise not to build it anywhere near. It wouldn't be illegal, but everyone would agree it's tactless.

No one here is suggesting to ban Mosques, stop pretending anyone said that.

This shit is on the level of turning Joseph Fritzels house into a kindergarten.

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 09:14 PM
theres probably more ppl in 1 block of NY then in your whole city

food for thought
08-19-2010, 09:15 PM
no im saying you dont know how to talk to people.

youve prolly been smacked a couple of times before because of it.

you're calling me an ignorant racist blah blah based off of nothing...why cause you think its a good idea for a mosque to be built it and i dont? LOL yea im the dumby right?

then you act like a hypocrite and start being prejudice towards americans and stereotyping us. we're not talking about diets here. I dont eat mcdonalds and i haven't drank coffee in years but all that shit is irrelevant.


"its a known fact that a persons diet effects the brains thinking process."

^^Gee this guys a genius! i hear sleep and excersize are good 2!

listen, you support bulding the mosque, and thats cool. i disagree. this shit is just on the bubble we'll see what really happens. but don't try to insult me and call me names and all that. you dont know me. youre the one being dumb and immature not me.

watsup bro? u get mad when people call u dumb?

your faggit ass cant take a piece of your own medicine huh

the irony in your post is amusing.

eat a dick, you faggit.

youre spewing intolerance and hate and im telling the truth about you and the people who think like you.

you are a dumb mutherfucker.

you and the poeple who think like you.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 09:17 PM
theres probably more ppl in 1 block of NY then in your whole city
There's about 200.000 people in my city. How many people usually live on a block in NY?

Also, how is this relevant?

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 09:20 PM
ny city population

8 million

if you have to ask how thats relevant then i wont waste my time

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 09:23 PM
if you have to ask how thats relevant then i wont waste my time
Because it's irrelevant and you don't have any arguments like when you post dumb conspiracy threads?

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 09:26 PM
its only irrelevant if you never left your block(unless you live in ny)

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 09:28 PM
were talking about one of the largest cities in the world, in a free land, which is multicultural, think about that

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 09:37 PM
I live in a multicultural country that's just as free as yours and I've been to different countries. So what's your point now? Apparently, I'm too stupid to understand what you're trying to say, so why not just say it.

Are you saying I shouldn't voice my opinion, because I don't live in NY?

g_flex
08-19-2010, 09:47 PM
come to malaysia and see how the ignorant muslims tear down temples burn churches...do u think we( yes we are considered as others @ 2nd class) can build temples or let alone a cultural center in Putrajaya @ adminitration capital?...

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 09:57 PM
I live in a multicultural country that's just as free as yours and I've been to different countries. So what's your point now? Apparently, I'm too stupid to understand what you're trying to say, so why not just say it.

Are you saying I shouldn't voice my opinion, because I don't live in NY?

how many muslims in your city?

theres at least 600,000 in nyc

which is 3x your whole city population

thats conservative and dont count philly which is the 3rd largest city in usa(2 hours away from nyc) or jersey

im not sayin you dont count..just trying to pt things in perspective..

im not in china telling people they dont know how to ping pong ya know?

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 10:06 PM
how many muslims in your city?

theres at least 600,000 in nyc

which is 3x your whole city population

thats conservative and dont count philly which is the 3rd largest city in usa(2 hours away from nyc)

im not sayin you dont count..just trying to pt things in perspective..

im not in china telling people they dont know how to ping pong ya know?
There's 16 million people living in my country. 6% of those people are Muslim. That's almost 1 Million Muslims. 75% of those live in a vicinity of 50 miles. You're making it seem like I never seen a Muslim before.

And still, the question remains, how is it relevant?

TheBoarzHeadBoy
08-19-2010, 10:09 PM
The point is that islam is a conspiracy to overthrow the world and establish a new world caliphate (order)


you should be all over this palehorse...

PALEHORSE
08-19-2010, 10:41 PM
There's 16 million people living in my country. 6% of those people are Muslim. That's almost 1 Million Muslims. 75% of those live in a vicinity of 50 miles. You're making it seem like I never seen a Muslim before.

And still, the question remains, how is it relevant?

im not rying to play who got a bigger dick

if your as free as america and have a distinguished population of muslims how come theres no protest there about muslim cultural centers?

Professor Poopsnagle
08-19-2010, 10:50 PM
im not rying to play who got a bigger dick

if your as free as america and have a distinguished population of muslims how come theres no protest there about muslim cultural centers?
Because I live in a country full of dhimmi's and if anyone protests against a Mosque or "cultural centre" they're racist. If you're openly anti Islamic in this country, you'll get murdered (google Theo van Gogh, Geert Wilders or Pim Fortuyn).

Enough with the side roads...

I still haven't read anyone here explain how it's not tasteless and provocative to build a Mosque as close as possible to Ground Zero.

Also, how is it racist to be against this? Anyone even care to not look like a total cunt.

Ol' Dirty Trixˣ
08-19-2010, 11:00 PM
fuck polygamy

hiphopcrysy

Ol' Dirty Trixˣ
08-19-2010, 11:02 PM
they don't do pork

well i won't do 'pork'

but i love swine

you know you like a girl that likes a bit of swine/pork

so eat your fish

daily

Olive Oil Goombah
08-20-2010, 12:18 AM
Hm. Talk about not being able to type out a proper sentence, Dicky. I strongly suggest you go back to school, you fucking redneck. Oh! That's right. You're wob.


Its WOP you fucking idiot.


yeah
its already a given that dicky is as dumb as they come but there's a lot of people showing their colors in here



You're teh type of liberal douchebag who wants a memorial to the muslims who died on the plane on ground zero.

You are mad because you can't make it in life so you take it out on your own kind and go to homeless shelters and pretend you are poor and black and eat their food.




Olbermann is a former ESPN anchor whose catchphrase was 'Hellloooo!!!"


Tools who hate America because they are mad at the white man.


a bunch of male Rosie O'Donnells...

seriously, you share the same views as this disgusting fat dyke bitch.



No surprise at all coming from this forum.

TheBoarzHeadBoy
08-20-2010, 01:06 AM
Its WOP you fucking idiot.






You're teh type of liberal douchebag who wants a memorial to the muslims who died on the plane on ground zero.

You are mad because you can't make it in life so you take it out on your own kind and go to homeless shelters and pretend you are poor and black and eat their food.




Olbermann is a former ESPN anchor whose catchphrase was 'Hellloooo!!!"


Tools who hate America because they are mad at the white man.


a bunch of male Rosie O'Donnells...

seriously, you share the same views as this disgusting fat dyke bitch.



No surprise at all coming from this forum.

Thank God I'm not the only person who acknowledges that Keith Olberman is a retarded jackass 95% of the time. (I say that to be fair seeing as I don't watch his show or follow him around so I can't in good faith say he's like that all of the time but I can assume it). Plus Rachel Maddow is a gross nerdy Dyke. God its like watching Ellen Degeneres. *vomits*

If there are going to be Lesbian Anchors it had better be on Naked News.

EAGLE EYE
08-20-2010, 01:09 AM
Wod

Olive Oil Goombah
08-20-2010, 06:57 AM
wok

cutn' heads
08-20-2010, 07:05 AM
i didnt know muslims were anti-dog... what a fucked up group of assholes they are... fuck them...

Mumm Ra
08-20-2010, 07:47 AM
I still haven't read anyone here explain how it's not tasteless and provocative to build a Mosque as close as possible to Ground Zero. because islam didn't crash into the WTC


i mean if the people that want the mosque there are doing it to be provocative then they would be just that, but i don't know their intentions
but that still wouldn't mean the mosque itself is tasteless - except to those with a lack of understanding of religion verses personal actions, but then i don't care about their tastes
should they love to see muslims practice their religion elsewhere, then dislike them when they do it near ground zero? is there a tangible difference in reality?
should they just dislike them practicing anywhere?

should a muslim who had a muslim family member die while working in the WTC feel provoked?
yeah people are gonna be offended but i dun care bout dem

or maybe ive just too far detached myself from the illusion of appearances and it's a bad thing

im even assuming for argument's sake that a group of cave dwelling terrorists who (falsely from what i understand) also call themselves muslims from across the globe planned and executed all this alone


PS @ nicky I'm glad you've made it in life
i can only imagine what it must be like to live like you

Professor Poopsnagle
08-20-2010, 08:20 AM
The attack was claimed by Al Qaeda, which is a group of militant Muslims. 9/11 happened in name of Allah and in hate of the western society, which is preached in the Koran. A Jihad against the west.

No one would have said shit if they build it 2 or 3 miles away from GZ, but now they're trying to build it as close as possible to a place where nearly 3000 people died because of Islamic terrorism. Seems like a middle finger to the victims and their families, especially if you take in account that the original name of the building was going to be Cordoba house. This is beyond insensitive.

But God forbid, someone drew a picture of prophet Mohammed...

Mumm Ra
08-20-2010, 08:22 AM
is the mosque a mosque for militant muslims and or Al Qaeda?
cuz THAT would be shifty

Professor Poopsnagle
08-20-2010, 08:34 AM
http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab52/robochrist/1277763732710.jpg?t=1282307402

FFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

I'll just let you guys go watch the Pat Condell video posted a couple of pages back, because there's so much wrong with you people it offends me to the point where I don't even give a shit if they build a fucking statue of liberty with her head up Osama Bin Ladens rectum as long as you realise how blind you all are.

Mumm Ra
08-20-2010, 08:40 AM
one time i saw a cat

Mumm Ra
08-20-2010, 09:12 AM
If McVeigh blew up a Mosque in the name of Jesus and Catholics wanted to build a church there, it would be wise not to build it anywhere near. It wouldn't be illegal, but everyone would agree it's tactless.

that would be tasteless no doubt
but the WTC wasn't a religious building (lol) so that analogy doesn't fit at all

if someone blew up a business building in the name of jesus, i honestly believe the residents of the town would have no problem with a YMCA being built two blocks from it (pretty much the equivalent of this muslim community center) hell i wouldn't doubt that the residents wouldn't put one up themselves for the locals to pray for the victims

i may be completely wrong tho, idk

hectis
08-20-2010, 09:16 AM
I think people see this as a building honoring the 9/11 attacks as if they are celebrating it, but they are not its a recreation center for Muslims

AliJack
08-20-2010, 09:22 AM
seriously....the whole idea of building a mosque at ground zero is ridiculous....this cant go down...

umad?

Mumm Ra
08-20-2010, 09:39 AM
if osama bin laden was bill o'reilly, or some other christian terrorist (i bet that term doesn't even make sense to 90% of people)
and this muslim community center was a YMCA two blocks away
i bet you annnnyyythiiinnngg this would not be an issue

dicky touch would even be in on it

yall probably could care less when the USA invades people and forces churches on em which is on a whole other level from what's proposed to happen here

Professor Poopsnagle
08-20-2010, 09:39 AM
http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab52/robochrist/4e2468a7.jpg?t=1282311546

u mohamed?

snapple
08-20-2010, 09:43 AM
yea i'm fuming "Food for thought"

"eat a dick, you faggit.

youre spewing intolerance and hate and im telling the truth about you and the people who think like you. "

you call me a faggot and tell me to eat a dick....then you say i'm intolerant?

you're blind.....

all you've done is make assumptions talk shit to me and try to act hard.

PEACE

snapple
08-20-2010, 09:47 AM
umad?


no, i'm nervous. the outcome of this isn't going to be good. its an extremely emotional subject. its been stirring the people up in a bad way.

food for thought
08-20-2010, 09:56 AM
you call me a faggot and tell me to eat a dick....then you say i'm intolerant?

no i said that because you are intolerant.

you want people to stand outside the door and beg you to let us in but im the type to kick in the door and slap the shit out you people.

but im done with this thread.

its only 3 or 4 people in here who think like you, nickytooch and jasper being two of them, so its all good.

all rational arguments have been made already.

carry on with your intolerance and hate bro.

food for thought
08-20-2010, 09:58 AM
no, i'm nervous. the outcome of this isn't going to be good. its an extremely emotional subject. its been stirring the people up in a bad way.

you know this but yet you still wont listen.

carry on with your hate.

then get surprised when shit liek this happens.

then wonder why i call you the things i call you.

snapple
08-20-2010, 10:12 AM
^^i thought u were done?

don't compare me to nicky tooch please LOL.

you and your kicking in doors slapping people blah blah

we're just on here talking... it's a fourm....iiight gangsta

listen to what? you never dropped anything. all you did was talk shit to me because i don't have the same opinion as you.

anyway u said youre done....good luck with everything

PEACE

food for thought
08-20-2010, 10:26 AM
I still haven't read anyone here explain how it's not tasteless and provocative to build a Mosque as close as possible to Ground Zero.

because there are MANY american muslims in america and some of them died on 9/11.

because its not "as close as possible to ground zero." its six blocks from ground zero.

because there are many muslims in manhattan and many mosques there already.

because there is already a mosque there, closer to ground zero then the new one would be, and its been there for 40 years.

because there are MANY american muslims in america and some of them died on 9/11.

becaause if you would shut the fuck and listen to the people who planned this and what the intentions and plans are for the connumitty center, which is going to include a basketball court, a pool, and a culinary school, you would realize its POSITIVE for new york, and the rest of america and your relations with muslims and arabs.

because by making this an issue you are fuming anti-inslamic feelings in this country.

because your are discriminating against a billion people for the actions of a few.

because there are MANY american muslims in america and some of them died on 9/11.

because this really shouldnt be an issue, seeing as though there is a mosque inside the pentagon (which would be the equivalent of having the mosque built ON ground zero).

beacuse by saying its insensitive to the victims, you are implying that all muslims, including american muslims who fight and die in your armies, are all terrorrists and really not welcome in america. or yea not really. just not in the vicinity of ground zero right?

because yesterday it was blacks. today its muslims. discrimination should not be tolerated. today its them, tommorow its my people. if you are black, or belong to any other group who gets discriminated against daily, you should understand this. if u dont you are a dumb ass like snapple.

because there are MANY american muslims in america and some of them died in 9/11.

do you need some more?

Professor Poopsnagle
08-20-2010, 11:50 AM
Hahahahahahaaa! Food for thought, you're an anti American faggot who wants to be discriminated against so you can blame someone for your failures. Just shut up, your arguments are too silly to even look into and most of them are simply untrue. No one is being discriminated against and most New Yorkers don't want this thing so close to GZ. So why build it there then, why there? Fuck it, you're not going to understand the feelings of people who lost their dear ones like Queen. that would be tasteless no doubt
but the WTC wasn't a religious building (lol) so that analogy doesn't fit at all
THE REBUILDING OF ST. NICHOLAS GREEK ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Aug 19, 2010

NEW YORK - As is well known, on September 11, 2001 our city and nation suffered a terrorist attack of unparalleled proportions. In addition to the tragic and horrific loss of almost 3,000 innocent victims, a number of whom were members of our own community, the world witnessed the unimaginable collapse of the Twin Towers. When the second Tower fell, it landed on and erased all traces of the Greek Orthodox Christian Church of St. Nicholas, the only house of worship destroyed that day. Opened in 1916 by a group of Greek immigrants, the church not only served the spiritual needs of its parishioners but was also a sacred space in which people of all ethnic and religious backgrounds working in the surrounding area would often stop, light a candle and spend a few moments in prayer and reflection.

Following the events of 9/11, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and the St. Nicholas parish fully cooperated and worked closely with the relevant authorities. Former Governor George Pataki pledged without reservation his support for rebuilding in the belief that it was a necessary part of the healing of New York City and of our nation. Early on, as plans were being formulated for the reconstruction of the area, the Church agreed to relocate and rebuild its house of worship at a new locale to facilitate the envisioned design for the overall site. In 2004, the authorities proposed that the new edifice be built at 130 Liberty Street, a parcel on the same block as the original site, and an agreement was reached between the Archdiocese and the Port Authority. Four successive LMDC/Port Authority administrations honored this mutual agreement which entailed extensive on-going work and planning on the part of all parties. All site plans for the area which the LMDC/Port Authority released to the public show St. Nicholas at this new locale. Regrettably, the latest Port Authority administration in 2009 unexpectedly and arbitrarily reneged on this agreement and as a result, the Archdiocese and St. Nicholas parish are suddenly offered no viable option. LMDC/Port Authority has refused to meet with us. In the meantime the LMDC/Port Authority has excavated the original site without our consent, rendering it unusable, in flagrant violation of our legal rights.

The Archdiocese and parish leadership remain firmly committed to the rebuilding of the church honoring the long standing agreement with LMDC/Port Authority. Confident that we have acted in good faith and trusting in Almighty God, we expect that justice will prevail and that we will be successful in this sacred endeavor.

Ol' Dirty Trixˣ
08-20-2010, 11:55 AM
make it into a cafe/smoking roof/bandstand/playground/etc in one

fuck the movies

the movies prevent you from moving

if the movie is interesting enough

most of my time is preferred to chill/smoke/drink/chat/watch/see/listen/learn/hear/teach/eat/scratching/farting/internetting/burping/gurning/yearning to oblivion

my place turns to oblivion because i'm so busy on my arse.

Ol' Dirty Trixˣ
08-20-2010, 11:56 AM
and the 1s and 2s and 3s.

Ol' Dirty Trixˣ
08-20-2010, 12:00 PM
turn it into a huge public convenience

convenient stuff for the public

cutn' heads
08-20-2010, 12:20 PM
what planet are you from?

Ghost In The 'Lac
08-20-2010, 12:23 PM
Snapple is all emotional bitch like, as usual.

REAL new yorkers dont care about this AT ALL, ive been with 2 chicks from NY for the last month, they said everyone they know doesnt give a shit about this.

6ENJcCPtGYo

Queen Of Poetry
08-20-2010, 12:34 PM
chicks from NY for the last month, they said everyone they know doesnt give a shit about this.




I'm sure those girls r extremely intelligent.........:thumbdwn:

IrOnMaN
08-20-2010, 02:09 PM
You're teh type of liberal douchebag who wants a memorial to the muslims who died on the plane on ground zero.

You are mad because you can't make it in life so you take it out on your own kind and go to homeless shelters and pretend you are poor and black and eat their food.




Olbermann is a former ESPN anchor whose catchphrase was 'Hellloooo!!!"


Tools who hate America because they are mad at the white man.


a bunch of male Rosie O'Donnells...

seriously, you share the same views as this disgusting fat dyke bitch.



No surprise at all coming from this forum.

Yeah?

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 04:55 PM
why are the people who keep crying "intolerant" the least tolerant and most prejudiced and closed-minded people on the site?

"All Americans are stupid. there is only ONE way to look at this. All americans are racist and evil, whereas all Muslims are noble, oppressed freedom fighters. Everyone who doesn't share my opinions is retarded.

Oh, and by the way, you're intolerant."

People on this site tend to be extremists, and extremists, whether Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Democrat, or Republican, tend to be dickheads. Truth lies in the middle, wisdom in moderation, etc. etc. etc.

I cannot understand how anyone could not acknowledge why some people might have reservations about this, right or wrong.

That being said, they SHOULD be allowed to build the mosque. It's perfectly legal.

However, it seems obvious to me why some people might perceive it as a symbolic slap in the face, whether that be true of completely false. And whomever has decided to build it had to know the controversy it would cause. And that lack of sensitivity is a little unsettling.

Lack of understanding, inability to compromise, closemindedness, prejudice, and bigotry is certainly on display by all parties involved.

In closing, you all suck

Olive Oil Goombah
08-20-2010, 05:02 PM
I dont think anyone said it wasn't legal for them to build it there. We all know its 'legal'.


It's just stupid, oblivious, insensitive, antagonistic, and a pretty big slap in the face to the people of New York who actually lost family and friends.

Plus its only 10 years old.


It's obvious what game most of the people here are playing.

Ghost In The 'Lac
08-20-2010, 05:24 PM
I dont think anyone said it wasn't legal for them to build it there. We all know its 'legal'.


It's just stupid, oblivious, insensitive, antagonistic, and a pretty big slap in the face to the people of New York who actually lost family and friends.

Plus its only 10 years old.


It's obvious what game most of the people here are playing.

why are the people who keep crying "intolerant" the least tolerant and most prejudiced and closed-minded people on the site?

"All Americans are stupid. there is only ONE way to look at this. All americans are racist and evil, whereas all Muslims are noble, oppressed freedom fighters. Everyone who doesn't share my opinions is retarded.

Oh, and by the way, you're intolerant."

People on this site tend to be extremists, and extremists, whether Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Democrat, or Republican, tend to be dickheads. Truth lies in the middle, wisdom in moderation, etc. etc. etc.

I cannot understand how anyone could not acknowledge why some people might have reservations about this, right or wrong.

That being said, they SHOULD be allowed to build the mosque. It's perfectly legal.

However, it seems obvious to me why some people might perceive it as a symbolic slap in the face, whether that be true of completely false. And whomever has decided to build it had to know the controversy it would cause. And that lack of sensitivity is a little unsettling.

Lack of understanding, inability to compromise, closemindedness, prejudice, and bigotry is certainly on display by all parties involved.

In closing, you all suck

1. Theyre not 'building' anything.
2. Its not a mosque, its an islamic community center
3. Its 3 blocks from ground zero, completely out of site and a 5 minute walk
4. 'Lack of sensitivity'? USA have been building 'ground zeros' near Iraqi mosques since March 2003.
5. Youse best be trollin

snapple
08-20-2010, 05:43 PM
Snapple is all emotional bitch like, as usual.

REAL new yorkers dont care about this AT ALL, ive been with 2 chicks from NY for the last month, they said everyone they know doesnt give a shit about this.

6ENJcCPtGYo

oh ok. i guess im a fake new yorker then LOL.

nobody in new york cares about this riiight.....thats why its been making headling news everyday. thats why you here this topic discussed on msnbc and foxnews everynight for at least thirty minutes...


thats why now you see all the construction workers with the anti-mosque stickers on there heads and all the different trades beggining to boycott the construction of the mosque.

im the bitch? you're the one forming opinions based off 2 dumb sluts you know "from new york."

aren't you the same guy who said you came to new york and just rode around the subway with your friend getting off at different stops in the bronx, and from that formed the opinion that the bronx was soft? i remember you said some lame shit along those lines haha

"3. Its 3 blocks from ground zero, completely out of site and a 5 minute walk"

lol this guy is acting like 3 blocks is a bridge and a tunnel away LOL

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 05:46 PM
1. Theyre not 'building' anything.
2. Its not a mosque, its an islamic community center
3. Its 3 blocks from ground zero, completely out of site and a 5 minute walk
4. 'Lack of sensitivity'? USA have been building 'ground zeros' near Iraqi mosques since March 2003.
5. Youse best be trollin

your semantics are trite and have no relevance at all to the central issue. Again, I personally, don't particularly care and agree that they have the right to build it. But I certainly see both sides of the situation. APparently nobody else on wu-corp has that ability.

Ghost In The 'Lac
08-20-2010, 05:49 PM
you scurred bitch?



nobody in new york cares about this riiight.....thats why its been making headling news everyday. thats why you here this topic discussed on msnbc and foxnews everynight for at least thirty minutes...



hahahahahaa

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Rollo
08-20-2010, 05:50 PM
Who the hell cares? ...
A group who happened to be muslim did something 2 blocks away and that means anything islamic can't be around the location? That shit is retarded.
There was a muslim woman on CNN who's husband was killed in the attack and she doesn't have a problem with them occupying it, did anyone ever ponder why?

Ignorance... it's just like the French going out against the hijab... It's a religious center, it's not an Al-quada training center, it's not a shrine to Osama Bin Laden, grow a pair and move the fuck on.

snapple
08-20-2010, 05:51 PM
^^tony danza i totally agree. you know what the worst part is. me and food for thought actually are both on the same side trying to defend the anti-islamic movement and this guy just wants to talk shit to people with closed ears.

Its not about the fucking building. its about the anti-islamic movement that the whole idea is perpetuating. everyone just has their mouths open and their eyes and ears shut thats the problem.. its just people going back and forth for the sake of it.

Ghost In The 'Lac
08-20-2010, 05:52 PM
your semantics are trite and have no relevance at all to the central issue. Again, I personally, don't particularly care and agree that they have the right to build it. But I certainly see both sides of the situation. APparently nobody else on wu-corp has that ability.

ill chose whatever abilty i want around wu corp retards thanks anyway though bra

Professor Poopsnagle
08-20-2010, 05:55 PM
I agree with Dan. See, here's the problem in the argument: there is no need for another mosque at that exact location. There is no special convenience to situating a mosque there, in fact, if anything it'd be a inconvenient place. Lots of buzz right in there. So, their insistence to build there is not one of innocence and freedom, but stubbornness. You're not defending religious freedom, instead you're defending further acts of religion over logic.

Really, what should be made is some sort of a monument or park dedicated to the lives and structures lost. It needs to be something that DOESN'T intrude on the peoples' lives affected by that area. Doesn't anyone have the respect not to offend people anymore?

Should 9/11 have happened as we're told it happened, the terrorists who did it DID have their religion strong inside them. Those people who died, those thousands of people, weren't all necessarily religious. They were just people, every day people just like you and me. They had no involvement in what was to come to them. They died because of extremists, whose religious beliefs supported their ideas. Don't you think we could honour their lives by not placing anything to do with religion at ground zero? By honouring the lives lost, and taking the space to consider using logic to decide your actions as opposed to religious thoughts?

Ghost In The 'Lac
08-20-2010, 05:55 PM
Its not about the fucking building. its about the anti-islamic movement that the whole idea is perpetuating. everyone just has their mouths open and their eyes and ears shut thats the problem.. its just people going back and forth for the sake of it.

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Fuck that Mosque

seriously....the whole idea of building a mosque at ground zero is ridiculous....this cant go down...






















































































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100pr00f
08-20-2010, 05:56 PM
lol u guys do know their are 2 other mosque's not community centers closer to the site....and have been their for 20 years
their are 4 all to gether.... around the site..and what they want is a community center for the kids... lol

u guys need to know what u are talking about befor u talk

Mumm Ra
08-20-2010, 05:59 PM
i see both sides
i see this will offend people like nicky douche who would be offended by a black person walking by his home
and then i don't care

Rollo
08-20-2010, 06:03 PM
I agree with Dan. See, here's the problem in the argument: there is no need for another mosque at that exact location.





Apply that to every other religious facility and dictate that they cannot be in such proximity to one another if they are the same faith(assuming we aren't going to distinguish between factions which is stupid btw) and you might have a point. As it stands though, that is a violation of church and state.
The seperation of church and state clearly says the state will neither favor or oppose any one particular religion and therefor you cannot tell those people that.

I'm sorry but the constitutionality isn't there, no matter how much it offends your good senses.


You're not defending religious freedom, instead you're defending further acts of religion over logic.


Religion is not opposite logic and the idea that it is, is as dogmatic as the ones held by the people who knocked down the towers.
So....



Doesn't anyone have the respect not to offend people anymore?



Maybe the people who get offended by nothing aren't worth their consideration.
Maybe the people who are so offended are bigoted whiney and only bitching because they have the IQ of a common house plant...

Again, it's not a shrine to Osama, what is the complaint? They belong to a religion, so did Dave Koresh, let's address all christians as if they were davidians and then address all atheists as though they were the Russian reds and ... sorry that's retarded.
So is anyone who suggests it.

Ghost In The 'Lac
08-20-2010, 06:05 PM
iove is a master troll

Rollo
08-20-2010, 06:08 PM
Iove is just trolling? My bad, I assumed his view point was just stupid because he was dumb not because he was trying to stir shit up.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-20-2010, 06:14 PM
Apply that to every other religious facility and dictate that they cannot be in such proximity to one another if they are the same faith(assuming we aren't going to distinguish between factions which is stupid btw) and you might have a point. As it stands though, that is a violation of church and state.
The seperation of church and state clearly says the state will neither favor or oppose any one particular religion and therefor you cannot tell those people that.

I'm sorry but the constitutionality isn't there, no matter how much it offends your good senses.




Religion is not opposite logic and the idea that it is, is as dogmatic as the ones held by the people who knocked down the towers.
So....





Maybe the people who get offended by nothing aren't worth their consideration.
Maybe the people who are so offended are bigoted whiney and only bitching because they have the IQ of a common house plant...

Again, it's not a shrine to Osama, what is the complaint? They belong to a religion, so did Dave Koresh, let's address all christians as if they were davidians and then address all atheists as though they were the Russian reds and ... sorry that's retarded.
So is anyone who suggests it.
No where am I saying it shouldn't be allowed. I'm also not saying that all Muslims are responsible. I wonder if you even read what I said.

Who the fuck are you to judge whether people can't be offended by this? If enough people take this as an act of provocation or simply are not ready for this yet, it would show of great consideration to cancel or move the plan. Now it just seems like an act to piss people off even more, on purpose.

I'm just saying, sure you can build it, but do you want to, that's the question.

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 06:15 PM
Maybe the people who get offended by nothing aren't worth their consideration.
Maybe the people who are so offended are bigoted whiney and only bitching because they have the IQ of a common house plant...

Thank god(and allah and jesus or whoever) that wu-corp has such diplomats to preach tolerance and understanding, and then deem who is worthy of toleration.

Whomever made the decision to build the Mosque(Islamic Center, Muslim Fun Center, whatever the fuck you want to call it, doesn't matter) knew that the decision would be controversial, and yet made it anyway.

None of know EXACTLY what his motivation to do so was and we can only speculate. That doesn't mean that those motives were evil or impure at all. But nevertheless...it's not a simple "right/wrong" answer. Nothing ever is, and only the ignorant try to make it so.

Rollo
08-20-2010, 06:23 PM
Thank god(and allah and jesus or whoever) that wu-corp has such diplomats to preach tolerance




Yes, me being intolerant of ignorance and Islamic hatred under the guise of sympothy is a terrible thing.

Remind me to give a shit please...

LOLLLLLLLL
Fuck off, thanks for your concern but you can't take the higher road there is none. I'm intolerant of a certain view point and nowhere do I claim not to be.
I used to think ideals were only bull shit when we were too weak to live up to them, then I hit a certain age and realized there were some truly fucking stupid people in this world.

People who take a single portion of decent statements like my last post and ignore the rest to try to make themselves bigger for instance.

Douche.....

Rollo
08-20-2010, 06:27 PM
Whomever made the decision to build the Mosque(Islamic Center, Muslim Fun Center, whatever the fuck you want to call it, doesn't matter) knew that the decision would be controversial, and yet made it anyway.


WHO FUCKING CARES?
Yes, I'm sure he did know stupid people would relate anything Islam related to 9/11, I bet he also knew that they were of little significance as they were simply mindless sheep.

Grow a pair as I said earlier.
There's kids starving in haiti, find something else to bitch about.

Ghost In The 'Lac
08-20-2010, 06:34 PM
last time i checked practising islam is usa was not a restricted act, that is only allowed at certain places and when sarah palin says its ok.

Look at latin america lolz, the spanish raped the fuck out of this place then built churches on every block, did they whinge about it? No, they stfu and eventually all converted, probably becuase they were all liberal pussies. The point being, religion sucks, and the only people more pitiful than people who follow it are people who dont follow it but get emo about a mosque being opened

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 06:34 PM
Yes, me being intolerant of ignorance and Islamic hatred under the guise of sympothy is a terrible thing.

Remind me to give a shit please...

LOLLLLLLLL
Fuck off, thanks for your concern but you can't take the higher road there is none. I'm intolerant of a certain view point and nowhere do I claim not to be.
I used to think ideals were only bull shit when we were too weak to live up to them, then I hit a certain age and realized there were some truly fucking stupid people in this world.

People who take a single portion of decent statements like my last post and ignore the rest to try to make themselves bigger for instance.

Douche.....

Yeah, dude, you totally got things figured out. Thanks for showing all of the poor stupid people the right way to think...exactly like you.

I'm not taking a higher road. I said all of you were close-minded fags.

People who take a single portion of decent statements like my last post and ignore the rest to try to make themselves bigger for instance.

I'm not gonna lie, bro, that last post of mine made feel FUCKING HUGE. I was jacking off and flexing while I fucking typed it.

I'm the biggest fucking guy on the internet. Swallow this throbbing, blue-veined boner, you little pussyfarting bitch.

food for thought
08-20-2010, 06:41 PM
all this paranoia about the guy who wants to build this and the motives are unfounded and unwarranted.

this is the person that obama AND bush admins point to as an example of a moderate imam.

'Ground Zero Mosque' Imam Helped FBI With Counterterrorism Efforts

In March 2003, federal officials were being criticized for disrespecting the rights of Arab-Americans in their efforts to crack down on domestic security threats in the post-9/11 environment. Hoping to calm the growing tempers, FBI officials in New York hosted a forum on ways to deal with Muslim and Arab-Americans without exacerbating social tensions. The bureau wanted to provide agents with "a clear picture," said Kevin Donovan, director of the FBI's New York office.

Brought in to speak that morning -- at the office building located just blocks from Ground Zero -- was one of the city's most respected Muslim voices: Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf. The imam offered what was for him a familiar sermon to those in attendance. "Islamic extremism for the majority of Muslims is an oxymoron," he said. "It is a fundamental contradiction in terms."

It was, by contemporaneous news accounts, a successful lecture.

Flash forward six-and-a-half years, and Feisal Abdul Rauf occupies a far different place in the political consciousness. The imam behind a controversial proposal to build an Islamic cultural center near those same FBI offices has been called "a radical Muslim," a "militant Islamist" and, simply, the "enemy" by conservative critics. His Cordoba House project, meanwhile, has been framed as a conduit for Hamas to funnel money to domestic terrorist operations.

For those who actually know or have worked with the imam, the descriptions are frighteningly -- indeed, depressingly -- unhinged from reality. The Feisal Abdul Rauf they know, spent the past decade fighting against the very same cultural divisiveness and religious-based paranoia that currently surrounds him.

"Imam Feisal has participated at the Aspen Institute in Muslim-Christian-Jewish working groups looking at ways to promote greater religious tolerance," Walter Isaacson, head of The Aspen Institute told the Huffington Post. "He has consistently denounced radical Islam and terrorism, and promoted a moderate and tolerant Islam. Some of this work was done under the auspices of his own group, the Cordoba Initiative. I liked his book, and I participated in some of the meetings in 2004 or so. This is why I find it a shame that his good work is being undermined by this inflamed dispute. He is the type of leader we should be celebrating in America, not undermining."

A longtime Muslim presence in New York City, Feisal Abdul Rauf has been a participant in the geopolitical debate about Islamic-Western relations well before 9/11. In 1997, he founded the American Society for Muslim Advancement to promote a more positive integration of Muslims into American society. His efforts and profile rose dramatically after the attacks when, in need of a calm voice to explain why greater Islam was not a force bent on terrorism, he became a go-to quote for journalists on the beat.

"We have to be very much more vocal about protecting human rights and planting the seeds of democratic regimes throughout the Arab and Muslim world," he told Katie Couric, then with NBC, during an interview in October 2001.

Along the way, he rubbed elbows with or was embraced by a host of mainstream political figures, including several in the Republican Party. John Bennett, the man who preceded Isaacson as president of the Aspen Institute, was impressed enough by the imam's message that he became a co-founder of his Cordoba Initiative, which seeks to promote cross-cultural engagement through a variety of initiatives including, most recently, the center in downtown Manhattan.

In November 2004, Feisal Abdul Rauf participated in a lengthy discussion on religion and government with, among others, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. In May 2006, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright placed the imam among a host of luminaries who inspired her book, "The Mighty and the Almighty." As the New York Times reported at the time:

She mentioned Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, the two Democratic presidents in whose administrations she served; King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and King Abdullah II of Jordan; Vaclav Havel and Tony Blair. She organized discussions with Senator Sam Brownback, Republican of Kansas, a conservative Catholic.

''The epitome of this,'' she said, was ''a totally fascinating, interesting discussion'' with Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, a New York Sufi leader and author; Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; and Richard Land of the Southern Baptist Convention.

Albright eventually collaborated with Feisal Abdul Rauf and others on more substantive political projects. In September 2008, the two, along with a number of other foreign policy heavyweights (including Richard Armitage and Dennis Ross) signed a report claiming that the war on terror had been inadequate in actually improving U.S. security. No less a figure than Senator Richard Lugar (R-Ind.), the ranking minority member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, embraced the findings.

"The Project's report offers a thoughtful analysis of the current state of America's relations with the Muslim world and constructive recommendations on how we can approach this pressing concern in a bipartisan framework," said the senator.

Not that the imam has been without controversy. The most famous quote circulated by critics came when he talked to the Australian press in March 2004.

"The Islamic method of waging war is not to kill innocent civilians," he said. "But it was Christians in World War II who bombed innocent civilians in Dresden and dropped the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima, neither of which were military targets."

Then there is the interview he gave to CBS's "60 Minutes" shortly after the 9/11 attacks occurred. "I wouldn't say that the United States deserved what happened," he said by way of explaining the attacks. "But the United States' policies were an accessory to the crime that happened."

More often than not, he's pushed his audience to grapple with uncomfortable analogies in his efforts to contextualize Islamic radicalism, such as when he argued that the Ku Klux Klan was, likewise, drawn from a form of extreme religiosity.

Those statements, in the end, were not enough to convince the Bush administration that he was a militant. Feisal Abdul Rauf was dispatched on speaking tours by the past State Department on multiple occasions to help promote tolerance and religious diversity in the Arab and Muslim world. In 2007, he went to Morocco, the UAE, Qatar and Egypt on such missions, a State Department official confirmed to the Huffington Post.

In February 2006, meanwhile, he took part in a U.S.-Islamic World Forum in Doha, Qatar with Undersecretary of State Karen Hughes, a close adviser to President Bush. Months later, Feisal Abdul Rauf wrote favorably about his meeting with Hughes, noting that he wanted to further the discussion with other members of the administration.

The Huffington Post reached out to both Albright and Hughes for comment. Perhaps reflecting the political sensitivities of the situation, neither responded. Hughes' aide explained that the former Bush aide was "tied up with client travel and unable to give interviews at this time."

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 06:44 PM
all this paranoia about the guy who wants to build this and the motives are unfounded and unwarranted.

this is the person that obama AND bush admins point to as an example of a moderate imam.

AGAIN, I think they have every right to build the Mosque, and I'm not going to assume this Imam is "evil" or has bad intentions.

I'm ONLY saying that both sides deserve consideration and understanding.

Interesting info, though. I didnt know who was building it.

Rollo
08-20-2010, 06:45 PM
Yeah, dude, you totally got things figured out.



Yeah, it's a real complex issue huh?

Either something is or isn't. Either it's okay to open mosques or it's not.... Doesn't matter whether you get offended. Societal prejuidices do not affect an impartial constitutional rule in regard to the seperation of church and state.
There's nothing to figure.

And maybe, just maybe if you weren't so empathetic towards EVERYTHING, you would realize that.

I don't feel sorry for ignorant fucks who have a purposeless qualm with a religion that is practiced by a billion + people just because a few people in an obscure group happened to belong to it.


If you do, I guess you're just an ass.

t(0_0t)

I bet you're the kind of guy who feels bad for the person who guys bankrupt because he charges for EVERYthing he buys.
I'll even bet you're the type of weak stomached pussy who showed too much emotion in relationships and never moved out of his mother's house as well.

The world's just a giant pitty party, you can be the mc if you want.
I handle the problems in front of me because that's all I can do.
To those people who I lend help and understanding, I give my all. If I'm to give my all it has to be a real cause, not just wide spread jackassery.

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 06:50 PM
Yeah, it's a real complex issue huh?

Either something is or isn't. Either it's okay to open mosques or it's not.... Doesn't matter whether you get offended. Societal prejuidices do not affect an impartial constitutional rule in regard to the seperation of church and state.
There's nothing to figure.

And maybe, just maybe if you weren't so empathetic towards EVERYTHING, you would realize that.

I don't feel sorry for ignorant fucks who have a purposeless qualm with a religion that is practiced by a billion + people just because a few people in an obscure group happened to belong to it.


If you do, I guess you're just an ass.

t(0_0t)

I bet you're the kind of guy who feels bad for the person who guys bankrupt because he charges for EVERYthing he buys.
I'll even bet you're the type of weak stomached pussy who showed too much emotion in relationships and never moved out of his mother's house as well.

The world's just a giant pitty party, you can be the mc if you want.
I handle the problems in front of me because that's all I can do.
To those people who I lend help and understanding, I give my all. If I'm to give my all it has to be a real cause, not just wide spread jackassery.

hahah you're a total revolutionary, bruh!

I don't give a fuck about anybody or care about anything that doesn't directly affect me. I've stated this repeatedly.

I simply understand the way society works and how people think. I rarely see things in black and white, as things rarely are.

I don't think that anybody's opinions or beliefs are valid, but I understand them all and condescend to them equally.

Rollo
08-20-2010, 07:04 PM
hahah you're a total revolutionary, bruh!








Yeah... I don't recall claiming anything of the sort but it's become apparent you're retarded, so...
As I said, either you can open mosques or you can't, sympathy for stupidity doesn't change law and to allow it to would be criminal...


So no real need for a discussion or your shitty attempts to come off as condescending when you aren't that terribly bright to start with.
Should the mosque open? Yes.
Will the mosque open? Yes.
Does the plight of 9/11 victims families have shit to do with anything relating to the mosques? No.

No need to comment further...




I don't give a fuck about anybody or care about anything that doesn't directly affect me.

Yeah, you obviously do or this discussion wouldn't be happening.


I simply understand the way society works

Our society is governed by laws that do not hinge on how the average jack off thinks.
So no, you don't.
Otherwise this discussion wouldn't be happening.

See a common thread going?

I rarely see things in black and white, as things rarely are.

The law is black and white, objective reality is black and white, correct and incorrect are black in white.

There really is no argument here, just stupidity coupled with verbal feces. There is no argument for why the mosque shouldn't open, just people throwing a tiff over a religious threat that doesn't exist.
The day I see people going against those putting up Easter Bunny pictures and getting favor is the day an argument will exist here.




I don't think that anybody's opinions or beliefs are valid, but I understand them all and condescend to them equally.

Not really. You more or less pretend to take a sort of higher ground then fabricate strawmen(A revolutionary? Wtf are you talking about?) that has nothing to do with what anyone says.

Basically, you're an idiot.

And if I continue this conversation with you any further, I will become one also.
Go screw.

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 07:06 PM
Yeah... I don't recall claiming anything of the sort but it's become apparent you're retarded, so...
As I said, either you can open mosques or you can't, sympathy for stupidity doesn't change law and to allow it to would be criminal...


So no real need for a discussion or your shitty attempts to come off as condescending when you aren't that terribly bright to start with.
Should the mosque open? Yes.
Will the mosque open? Yes.
Does the plight of 9/11 victims families have shit to do with anything relating to the mosques? No.

No need to comment further...




Yeah, you obviously do or this discussion wouldn't be happening.


Our society is governed by laws that do not hinge on how the average jack off thinks.
So no, you don't.
Otherwise this discussion wouldn't be happening.

See a common thread going?

The law is black and white, objective reality is black and white, correct and incorrect are black in white.

There really is no argument here, just stupidity coupled with verbal feces. There is no argument for why the mosque shouldn't open, just people throwing a tiff over a religious threat that doesn't exist.
The day I see people going against those putting up Easter Bunny pictures and getting favor is the day an argument will exist here.






Not really. You more or less pretend to take a sort of higher ground then fabricate strawmen(A revolutionary? Wtf are you talking about?) that has nothing to do with what anyone says.

Basically, you're an idiot.

And if I continue this conversation with you any further, I will become one also.
Go screw.

Please summarize all of your emotions into one, easy-to-read sentence, and I will respond accordingly.

Professor Poopsnagle
08-20-2010, 07:26 PM
Please summarize all of your emotions into one, easy-to-read sentence, and I will respond accordingly.
http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab52/robochrist/1278931500197.jpg?t=1282346611


I think this sums it up nicely.

ZigZag
08-20-2010, 09:05 PM
11 pages of queers who wanna play both sides of the fence.

put it this way... Fbi killed jfk....the president.... Those fuckin dudes who blew up the towers were agents.

enuff said.

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 09:15 PM
hurricane katrina, haiti, the holocaust, MLK Jr, ROdney Dangerfield, Tupac... they faked the moon landing, track our DNA, and peed on my toilet seat.

It's also why i lost the spelling bee in 3rd grade.

Wake up

Queen Of Poetry
08-20-2010, 09:17 PM
Y'all ain't telling the truth. All these conspirary theories. R y'all channeling Mel Gibson?

ZigZag
08-20-2010, 09:20 PM
hurricane katrina, haiti, the holocaust, MLK Jr, ROdney Dangerfield, Tupac... they faked the moon landing, track our DNA, and peed on my toilet seat.

It's also why i lost the spelling bee in 3rd grade.

Wake up

you wake up.

Katrina wasn't man made but the govt did very little to help the ppl. Haiti is something completely different. No they didn't make the quake, but they did put the sanctions on that island since the slaves revolted and kick napoleons AZZ. The Holocaust? That's German shit. Rodney Dangerfield? STFU. 2pac? FBI. Moon Landing? debatable...ur toliet seat? a miracle...cuz we dont know how you peed ur seat when you sit to piss....

Spelling bee? WGAF?

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 09:25 PM
thanks for the heavy "build", bro. Shem Hetep and shit.

what does "WGAF?" mean?

ZigZag
08-20-2010, 09:33 PM
hey no problem fagwad.

and it means who gives a fuck.

Rollo
08-20-2010, 09:39 PM
http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab52/robochrist/1278931500197.jpg?t=1282346611


I think this sums it up nicely.
LOL

Ah.. emotions in one sentence?

Changes in brain chemistry, brought upon by the firings and misfirings of neurons.

Yay, I win.

Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster
08-20-2010, 09:42 PM
thanks.

NAR (Neat Abbreviation Retard)

Olive Oil Goombah
08-20-2010, 11:28 PM
http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab52/robochrist/1278931500197.jpg?t=1282346611


I think this sums it up nicely.


ahahahahahaha!!! i'd cry to i love dat wallamelon


Y'all ain't telling the truth. All these conspirary theories. R y'all channeling Mel Gibson?

yo back the fuck up off of Mel you bitch.







and ROLLO, you fucking pee sitting down you fucking buttbumper.

Go suck on a poopy a-rab dick you towelboy cameljockey jocker

TheBoarzHeadBoy
08-20-2010, 11:32 PM
yo back the fuck up off of Mel you bitch.r


http://www.hotflick.net/flicks/1995_Braveheart/995BVH_Mel_Gibson_060.jpg

MADNESS?

THIS IS SCOTLAND!!!!!!!!!!!

Uncle Steezo
08-21-2010, 01:55 AM
CSB but IRDGF

Queen Of Poetry
08-21-2010, 07:53 AM
When I said Mel Gibson, I meant the movie he was in with Julia Roberts. Not actually Mel.

Olive Oil Goombah
08-21-2010, 01:29 PM
dont backtrack...


you don't disrespect Mel like that.


I hope you get raped by a pack of wild niggers

IrOnMaN
08-21-2010, 02:02 PM
dont backtrack...


you don't disrespect Mel like that.


I hope you get raped by a pack of wild niggers

Yeah?

Queen Of Poetry
08-21-2010, 02:55 PM
Oh and the trolls come out.

IrOnMaN
08-21-2010, 02:57 PM
dont backtrack...


you don't disrespect Mel like that.


I hope you get raped by a pack of wild niggers

http://images.mylot.com/userImages/images/postphotos/2224708.jpg

Yeah, Dicky, ahead and say it.