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Friday, 17 April 2015

Reverend David Robertson refuses to answer questions on how he wants Muslims and Islam "dealt with"

What brought on Rvd David Robertson's fit of the vapours against Islam

https://theweeflea.wordpress.com/2015/04/08/islamaphobia-phobia-why-church-media-and-politicians-are-spineless/


    • Claire…I tried to read your response but to be honest I found it confused and contradictory and hardly the ‘Voice of Reason’ that you claim. But thank you for posting….it is an interesting insight into the UKIP mindset – assuming of course that it is not a spoof!
https://theweeflea.wordpress.com/2015/04/06/the-elephant-in-the-election-why-cant-secular-politicians-cope-with-islam/


What nonsense. The whole point of religion is to make us win wars against those who do not share our beliefs and eventually take over the world. This is what the West has done through the White Anglo Saxon Protestant colonising the world and spreading first Christianity and then liberal democracy.
I am surprised that you have not heard of the Crusades, the white man’s burden, civilising the world or indeed more recently liberal interventionism under the principles of the Wolfowitz Doctrine. What is sauce for the goose should also be sauce for the gander.
The West can dish it out, but cannot take it and cries foul when the boot is on the other foot when really no more is being done than the West being given a taste of its own medicine when it was acquiring Western hegemony through force of arms.
  • “the whole point of religion is to make us win wars against those who do not share our beliefs and eventually take over the world”. Really? I’m afraid if you really believe that there is nothing I can say that will help you…



1 comment:

DRO said...

[Claire] It can't be denied Muslims make more of a point of obeying God's laws than Christians.

[David Robertson] it can and it is. Now please stop tweeting me as you are proving the caricature of UKIP"

I'd like to see a more elaborate and coherent answer to Claire's statement than simply saying "it can and it is" which sounds meaningless to me.