Friday, September 22, 2006

Thoughts

Here's something to contemplate.
A free society prides itself on it's tolerance of diversity, freedom of speech and freedom of expression and thought.
We are so magnanimous that we let foreign cultures into our country.
We are so self conscious that we banned any reference to Christmas so we wouldn't offend our new immigrants.
We let them put up Mosques in our neighbourhoods to pray to their god.
We bend over backwards to accomodate their code of dress and modesty.
We look away at crimes of violence against their women and pretend it never happened.
We castigate ourselves for crimes committed by fanatical terrorists, if only we didn't do this or that to upset them.
We censor ourselves when our sense of humor is found to be objectionable to their sensitivities.
We cringe at accusations of "racism" when we dare to put a label on the nature of the problem.
We cower at threats of violence against us because we are what they hate.
We plead for tolerance and understanding while they preach hate and destruction.
We mock those who warn us of the inevitable doomsday to come.
We perpetuate the myth of a Peace Loving Religion when it's exponents blow themselves up with countless innocent victims.
We create artificial categories to conveniently exonerate the "majority" as opposed to the "violent extremists".
We ignore the deafening silence that lingers when we expect to hear a condemnation by the "peaceful majority" of the "violent extremists".
What are we waiting for?

4 comments:

Lexcen said...

There was a Muslim father in Melbourne who banned his daughter from attending music class. He said, music led to dancing and dancing led to sex.

Little Lamb said...

It sounds like what we do in the United States.

We now call Christmas time a holiday. We say Happy Holidays! instead of saying Merry Christmas! I still say Merry Christmas. You can't please everybody. We call a Christmas tree a holiday tree so we don't offend anyone. I find that offensive, so I call it a Christmas tree.

Andrew said...

YOu left out the part about how "they" don't speak english and about how "they" don't vote Howard.

And maybe just to add to the credibility of your argument you could add something about how Aboriginal people are trying to steal your backyard, just look at the recent native title case in Perth.

We let them put up Mosques in our neighbourhoods to pray to their god.
We bend over backwards to accomodate their code of dress and modesty.


Aren't we nice allowing people guaranteed human rights...how good of us. Although I shouldn't be so disparaging of this move, at least Muslims have some guaranteed human rights in Australia, unlike Indigenous people.

We censor ourselves when our sense of humor is found to be objectionable to their sensitivities.

You find it offensive that others pointed out the fact that you're an ignorant red-neck? too bad for you

We cringe at accusations of "racism" when we dare to put a label on the nature of the problem.

I would say blaming problems on "Abos, Muslims, Lebs and Wogs" would definately be considered racist.

You're absolutely right though, all of these groups ARE inherently bad. Must be their inferior genes which make them hate us so much.

Get an education asshole, at least YOU can have one in this country.

Lexcen said...

Hello Andrew,
Nice of you to visit my blog. Thanks for the comment. So you don't like my opinions. Well, I can tell you're very educated by how you structure an argument to refute my point of view.
Calling me whatever doesn't really strengthen your argument. I would like to know how many Muslims you are friendly with and socialize with. I would like to know if you've read the Koran. I would like to know if you've studied politics or maybe you're into Indigenous studies. Maybe you could point out specifically what it is that you object to. Do you have anger management problems, that could be a sign of mental instability and other underlying causes that need attention. I've noticed that you are nineteen. That's a good age to be but that's the age when most young people discover that the world isn't perfect and they become outraged by this disappointment.Trust me, I've been there done that. I comment on how I see the world. Is that bad? Should I shut up and have no opinion? Or should I let others make up my opinions for me, spoon feed them to me and make me politically correct?
No opinion is absolutely correct no matter how strongly you feel about it.

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