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When you consider that those women---being the ones whose rights are infringed by being made to wear the veil--are the ones who physically charged over to complain about the rule, you wonder why they felt they had to be the ones to complain. Thinking about it, they are the ones who will feel the full brunt of a fist in their face if and when their husband, brother, father, or any male neighbor (even the other females in the group would run and tell with in their own way of community gossip or out of fear her own husband would be interested in one of the other ladies ** since they are allowed to have more than one wife) sees them without their mandatory covering in public. So instead of dealing with this issue (no pun intended) " head-on " , the only way they can push for any sort of change around them is to make an attempt to change the rules. This is the way it has been everywhere else throughout history and this is the way it will continue to be -- even here in the good ole USA. It's just same sh*t, different location.
When you consider that those women---being the ones whose rights are infringed by being made to wear the veil--are the ones who physically charged over to complain about the rule, you wonder why they felt they had to be the ones to complain. Thinking about it, they are the ones who will feel the full brunt of a fist in their face if and when their husband, brother, father, or any male neighbor (even the other females in the group) sees them without their mandatory covering in public. So instead of dealing with this issue (no pun intended) " head-on " , the only way they can push for any sort of change around them is to make an attempt to change the rules. This is the way it has been everywhere else throughout history and this is the way it will continue to be -- even here in the good ole USA. It's just same sh*t, different location.
Also you keep using first person plural. How many personalities do you have?
You keep making statements without backing them up with resources. Could you please be so kind as to begin providing evidence for the following statement to lend yourself some credibility, this is getting old really fast and you're starting to rewind and repeat a lot. I know its getting really cold up there where you are so you must be really bored inside. We are waiting for your proof to arrive for the following statement you keep making. If you can't find any proof online maybe you could scan in a document that came with your "arms" when you had to sign for them. They must have given you SOME sort of paperwork! "Obama started a civilian military force here in AMERICA and has already started distributing arms to us"
I am sure this has everything to do with the idea of a "sustainable community" and the UN's Agenda 21 - which seeks to deny us our property rights and way of life/ lifestyle to make way for a growing population of mass immigrants -namely Muslims. After all Saudi Arabia could not buy an iceberg and water is an every elusive resource for those countries and they know it. As long as the Middle East remains dry they will always be on the move in search of water to keep Islam alive.
amwiserkafira added a favorite at Atlas Shrugs
Oct 20, 2010
amwiserkafira added a favorite at Atlas Shrugs
Oct 20, 2010
Just goes to show that once the Islamofundies get their hands on some science and technology, they invariably end up putting it into the service of Islam, the Qur'an, Mohammad and with jihad in search of 72 virgins and that ever elusive Caliphate.
Well it WOULD be typical of a seasoned Muslim to ask a king's ransom for them -- knowing how much they were worth ...
« Muslim-American Conference On "Hate, Violence, And Intolerance" Goes About The Way You'd Expect | Main | Past Anti-Israel Diplomacy Makes Obama's New Peace Push "Doomed From The Outset" Because Of Inflated Palestinian Expectations » via www.mererhetoric.com Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
(CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will push to get immigration-reform legislation enacted in 2010. The group has voiced support for one Democrat-sponsored bill that grants a pathway to citizenship for people who came to this country illegally. In a conference call Wednesday with reporters, Salt Lake City Bishop John C. Wester said, “It is our view, and that of others, that the American public, including the Catholic and other faith communities, want a humane and comprehensive solution to the problems which beset our immigration system, and they want Congress to address this issue.” Wester, who chairs... Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
There appears to be a battle raging within Barack Obama. How this war is resolved will decide how we fight the war on terror and determine if we win it at all. In his speech last spring in Cairo, Mr. Obama said, "I consider it part of my responsibility as President of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear." Defending the honor of Islam and protecting Muslims is one of the goals that Barack Obama has set for himself. It constitutes a personal definition of his presidency. But is he doing so to the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
All one can be sure of is that an adversarial culture or ideology must not be blamed and that America, somewhere, somehow, must definitely be at fault. via frontpagemag.com Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
No country in the world has more political battles, military conflicts, and ethnic complexity per person and per square mile than does Lebanon. Continually for fifty years, it has seen crisis after crisis, often drawing in direct U.S. and international involvement. Most recently, Lebanon has been the scene of a civil war, wars with Israel, a popular mass movement that expelled Syrian occupation, terror, hostage-taking, assassination, and the struggle between allies of Iran and the West. This book explains the issues, events, and personalities involved in one of the globe’s most dramatic and important stories. via rubinreports.blogspot.com Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
George Mitchell: …Israel annexed Jerusalem in 1980….for the Israelis, what they’re building in, is in part of Israel. Now, the others don’t see it that way. So you have these widely divergent perspectives on the subject. …The Israelis are not going to stop settlements in or construction in East Jerusalem. They don’t regard that as a settlement because they think it’s part of Israel…. via fresnozionism.org Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
ouncement was made fresh on the heels of this latest outrage by devout Muslims: England: Outrage as Brit Hating Islamic Group Vows to March Through Patriotc Town ... via atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com 'Bout Time! Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
President Obama blamed "the system" for failing to stop al Qaeda's Christmas Day bombing plot. The weakness with that excuse is that Mr. Obama fails to connect the dots between the systemic failure and his administration's year-long record of destroying the morale of the intelligence community. The intelligence process works in large part because of trust. A reliable sense of confidence must exist between superiors and subordinates, agents and sources, and the intelligence community and policy makers. Without trust, people will not take the risks needed to do their jobs successfully. Mr. Obama has destroyed this sense of trust. On... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
LISBON -- Whatever the merits or otherwise of the "comprehensive" immigration reform that foundered in the Senate last week, its defeat was undeniably a victory for democracy. All the crack regiments of the establishment -- the White House, congressional leaders in both Houses, the establishment media, the "mainstream churches," the major charitable foundations, Corporate America, and Big Labor itself -- were solidly in favor of it. Its opponents were a handful of determined, well-informed legislators -- applause, please, for Senators Jeff Sessions (R.-Ala.) and Jim DeMint (R.-S.C.) -- immigration reform groups such as Numbers USA, talk radio hosts including Rush... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
For those who are tired of the two party system, and the big money politics. For all of those who are sick of the corruption, and lies Washington spews out. Its time to vote them out of office... They work for us, We pay their wages, They are civil servants... Not our dictators! They are no better then us, They deserve no better then us!Join us in the fight for our country. Join the Second American Revolution. On this site you can find direct sources and links, from which we have gathered all of our information from. We do not... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
via www.youtube.com I miss kitties -- my husband is allergic Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
amwiserkafira is now following Charles Martel
Jan 10, 2010
In 1960, one of the biggest questions in the race for the Presidency between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon was Kennedy’s religion. Being a Catholic, Kennedy was asked if his allegiance was to the country or the Pope. In those days, the same as today, in Catholicism, each adherent was first a Catholic, and second, a citizen of their country. via standupamericaus.com Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
A generation ago, terrorists did make clear their wishes. Upon hijacking three airliners in September 1970, for example, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine demanded, with success, the release of Arab terrorists imprisoned in Britain, Switzerland, and West Germany. Upon attacking the B'nai B'rith headquarters and two other Washington, D.C. buildings in 1977, a Hanafi Muslim group demanded the canceling of a feature movie, Mohammad, Messenger of God," $750 (as reimbursement for a fine), the turning over of the five men who had massacred the Hanafi leader's family, plus the killer of Malcolm X. via www.danielpipes.org Continue reading
Posted Jan 1, 2010 at AmwiserKafira's blog
When you study the incident of Major Hasan at Fort Hood, you realize that there were some questions that needed to have been asked. But, no one knew what to ask, since the wrong questions might seem, well, politically incorrect. No one wants to be politically incorrect. We don't want to offend. If you look around you will find that no one is asking any Muslims hard questions. Never mind the Major Hasan types, no one asks questions to the Muslim at work. It turns out that there are many questions that each and every Muslim should be asked. These... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2009 at AmwiserKafira's blog
via www.tawfikhamid.com ABCs Test of Radical Islam The time has come to define Radical Islam. Please ask your local mosque, Islamic Shool, and Islamic organization to clearly, unambiguously and publically denounce the following concepts: AApostates killing BBeating women and stoning women to death for adultery CCalling Jews pigs and monkeys. DDeclaring war on Non Muslims to spread Islam after offering Non Muslims three options – subjugate to Islam, pay Jizia (a humiliating tax), or be killed. EEnslavement of Other Human Beings. FFighting and killing Jews before the “End of Days”. GGay killing. A true moderate person or organization must be... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2009 at AmwiserKafira's blog