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Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Moslem Mass Murder in Orlando: The Gospel According to the MSM vs. Donald Trump—If a Cat Gives Birth in an Oven, Then She Has Biscuits, and It’s a Hate Crime to Distinguish Between Biscuits and Kittens

 

These are biscuits baking in an oven; they are not kittens
 


These are kittens in an oven; they are not biscuits
 

By Nicholas Stix

Kittens and Ovens Explicated
By Ex-Army
Thursday, June 16, 2016

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So, no, sorry. To get down to cases, allowing the Mateen family in was insane, as was allowing in any Muslim immigrants. As the last post indicated [link], a few Muslims, okay, a few more, trouble, and past a certain point, a lot of trouble. This is due to the basic nature of human beings and of Islam. Anybody who tells you otherwise, like Hillary constantly does, is a fool or a liar. Centuries of history testify to the basic incompatibility of Islam with Christianity, and with most other religions, for that matter.

One more salient point. Somebody's going to say that Islam isn't so bad because look what Christianity was doing a few centuries ago, what with the Spanish Inquisition and the Crusades and all. First, the Crusades were a reaction to Muslim aggression (look it up) and says more about Muslim belligerence than anything else. Second, the Inquisition itself, particularly in Spain, was largely a reaction to Islam, which had conquered and ruled Spain for centuries and threatened the rest of Europe. Third, the Inquisition was centuries ago, and we don't do that sort of thing any more, but current Muslims still do such things, and much worse ones.

People who want to keep welcoming Muslim immigration into the West are counseling suicide. People who encourage you to kill yourself are not your friends. Simple as that.

 


Mass-murdering Moslem Omar Mateen: He was a U.S. citizen, but while he was born in America and used American products, he was never an American. By contrast, I was born here, am a U.S. citizen, and am an American. Racial socialists imposed the usage of calling people "U.S. citizens," as part of their campaign to degrade and eliminate the noun and adjective, "American," but in Mateen's case, it is fit and proper.

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