Praise

God bless her ......

Discussion is locked
Follow
Reply to: God bless her ......
PLEASE NOTE: Do not post advertisements, offensive materials, profanity, or personal attacks. Please remember to be considerate of other members. If you are new to the CNET Forums, please read our CNET Forums FAQ. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use.
Reporting: God bless her ......
This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Please try again now or at a later time.
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed.
Comments
- Collapse -
Excellent Response

Next will come 20 questions from someone who pretends he can't understand it.

- Collapse -
RE: someone who pretends he can't understand it.

OR

someone who pretends She can't understand it.

- Collapse -
(NT) You
- Collapse -
You'd find more truth in the Onion

than you can expect to find on Debbie Schlussel's site. She doesn't just have an axe to grind, she's got a whole armory, LOL.

- Collapse -
No matter her motive or background

It's the message she delivered we agree with. Who would know better what was going on there anyway? Someone living through it, or Debbie Schlussel in her air conditioned office thousands of miles away?

- Collapse -
RE: It's the message she delivered we agree with.

A message about the past?

You agreed what happened in the past....that's all she talked about...and a bunch of figures.

No matter her motive or background

So you agree she does have a motive.

In another thread you posted today...Russia has "changed from the past"

Change IS possible, but only when YOU say.

Who would know better what was going on there anyway? Someone living through it, or Debbie Schlussel in her air conditioned office thousands of miles away?

You think Gabriel is sweating in a tent in the desert?

She moved to Israel[20][21] before immigrating in 1989 to the United States.

I doubt she has had to dodge gunfire in weeks.

- Collapse -
the past
- Collapse -
Her rant and your video

2 wasted trips down memory lane.

- Collapse -
Like most of your posts
Devil
- Collapse -
And yet we respond to each other.

You're as bad as you claim I am


Now If I can get Toni to admit the same thing.

ONWARD AND UPWARD!!!!!!

- Collapse -
your posts are like balloons

poke one with a pin, it bursts and then all the hot air escapes. Nothing left behind but a piece of wet rubber.

- Collapse -
Actually

there are many pieces of rubber all over

- Collapse -
RE: there are many pieces of rubber all over

just as long as you didn't get any on you, that's the last place I'd want to see any.

- Collapse -
Would it make you feel better IF
Devil
- Collapse -
The question was

How do you fight an Ideological Battle?

Then the panelist went on a rant, that involved lots of killing.

An ideological war America must watch, not fight

Washington is getting enthusiastic about an ideological war these days: not between Democrats and Republicans — that’s old news — but rather between Americans and radical Islam. Many of those who spent the past several weeks insisting that we label jihadi terrorists “Islamic” now urge that we fight them on the ideological front. It’s the right arena, but such a struggle would be different from past wars of ideas and could lead to some surprising recommendations for action.

Our image of an ideological war comes from the Cold War, another titanic struggle between opposing worldviews. But the Cold War was so pervasive and intense because each side’s ideas were potentially attractive to anyone, anywhere in the world. Communism and capitalism were both secular ideologies, each trying to seduce the world’s “undecideds” into its camp.

Radical Islam, by contrast, is severely limited in its global appeal. Almost by definition, it is deeply unattractive to all non-Muslims. What Christian would want the forced imposition of sharia law? Even within the Muslim world, radical Islam does not resonate.

- Collapse -
Oh, really?

"Radical Islam, by contrast, is severely limited in its global appeal"......300 MILLION radicals doesn't sound limited to me (with more being recruited daily).

And, yes, it DOES resonate..... "Even within the Muslim world, radical Islam does not resonate." It resonates loudly into fleeing but not fighting it. THAT chore is left to others willing to do what THEY should have been doing all along before it got out of control......and it doesn't help to have an entire liberal world so politically correct that they are welcomed into their countries without screening. That's what 'open borders' gets you when you are more interested in having more 'workers' enter in order to have more tax money to spend or more eventual voters rather than be concerned with your country's safety and security.

- Collapse -
Re: 300 million?

That's a lot.

http://www.muslimpopulation.com/ says there are 2.1 billion muslims. So you (or your untold source) think that 14% of them are "radical muslim"?

http://www.religiouspopulation.com/World/ says the same, and also says that there are slightly less (2.0 billion) christians. How many of them would you call "radical christian"? Or is that an impossible term?

Kees

- Collapse -
All recent stats show that

a minimum of 1/4 Muslims in the world are now radicalized so actually my numbers are way less than could be considered to be fact.

Are radical Christians killing, beheading, kidnapping, raping, and destroying historical sites? If so, tell me where they are since you seem to believe that it's 'possible'......

- Collapse -
Are 300 million muslims ...

(or 500 million, if that's 1/4 of 2 billion) killing, beheading, kidnapping, raping and destroying historical sites (if that's your definition of 'radical')? I really don't believe that. So I think either your facts are wrong, or your definition.

Kees

- Collapse -
Just because they aren't all

committing terrorists acts simultaneously doesn't mean they aren't radicalized, Kees.... radical Islam Muslims distort the Koran and many just lay in wait for 'their time' to shine in the limelight to do as much damage as possible. Lone wolves or in a pack, it doesn't matter. It only took 19 on 9-11 to physically do it, while thousands cheered them on and encouraged them. It only took two in Boston,...it only took one in Ft. Hood......etc.

There are far more than you wish to believe and they're coming to a town near you if they aren't already there just biding their time. Europe has been accepting them for many years, and I recall an interview in London right after the 9-11 with a few Muslims who are living there as citizens now...some were women being interviewed....and they were happy with what happened here and believe it is 'justified'. Shortly after that London's underground subway was hit....and then a group of Chechnia (sp) radicals killed those school kids inside the school.

I happen to believe that because of ISIS now and how far spread they have become in other areas, you will see more and more of the beheadings and killings than what we've seen recently....especially now that AQ is competing for the attention and wants to be on record as being the 'worst of the worst' again.

- Collapse -
RE; Are radical Christians killing, beheading, kidnapping,
Are radical Christians killing, beheading, kidnapping, raping, and destroying historical sites? If so, tell me where they are since you seem to believe that it's 'possible'......

Most of the terrorist activity in the U.S. in recent years has come not from Muslims, but from radical Christianists, white supremacists and far-right militia groups.

Is a member of ISIS (so called "radical Muslim") still/really a Muslim?

Is a "radical" Christian still a Christian?

AND

Will “Radical” Christianity Have Any Effect on the American Church?

Once you become a "radical" you're changed/disavowed.
- Collapse -
Liberals know this better than most in the USA

"Once you become a "radical" you're changed/disavowed."

- Collapse -
So IF/WHEN a person becomes a "radical"

They are no longer a "Muslim".

AND shall be referred to as a Radical...just a Radical...NOT a Radical Muslim.

dis·a·vow

deny any responsibility or support for.


So don't be calling them Radical Muslims.

- Collapse -
you said the question was

"ideological" which is just another term in context for "Islamic".

- Collapse -
RE: you said the question was
you said the question was "ideological" which is just another term in context for "Islamic"

I said the question was "ideological"

YOU said which is just another term in context for "Islamic".

I don't think so....perhaps you have a different interweb than I do.

Ideological is an adjective that describes political, cultural, or religious beliefs. An ideology is a body of ideas, and those who agree with the main idea of something take an ideological stand to support it.

Islam began in Arabia and was revealed to humanity by the Prophet Muhammad. Those who follow Islam are called Muslims. Muslims believe that there is only one God. The Arabic word for God is Allah.


Gee Whiz..... I love the interweb
- Collapse -
(NT) getting off subject again

CNET Forums