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  • ChrisF1987
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    Originally posted by Stonewall_Jack View Post
    I wonder if Gixxer would say something if was about to got robbed or attacked by one of the Irish mobsters operating in the USA...and then a Muslim steps in to save the day.

    As a White Christian...I wonder about the future of this country. Obv Im safe...but the minorities are treated like garbage by some Americans...its to bad but I tell ya... I think most Americans even with the rise of Trump...are good people.
    I don't think it's racism per se, rather many people are just frightened of the unknown, and of things that are not familiar to them. Many people 'over yonder', well ... they live in very homogeneous small towns and they don't have much if any contact with ethnic minorities so all they know about Blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, etc is what they see on the internet.

    This resentment is natural, eventually we'll all learn to live side by side in peace. How long will it take? Who knows, but I am confident of it. I think we as a society has made enormous strides since the Civil Rights movement and we can only go forward from here.

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  • Stonewall_Jack
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    Originally posted by slick_miester View Post
    I get what you're saying: Irish terrorists = good, Muslim terrorist = bad. Guess the differentiation is in their melanin content.

    And you've not answered my question: why the condemnation for Muslims when the same acts from Irishmen merit nary a comment from you? Shall I guess?
    I wonder if Gixxer would say something if was about to got robbed or attacked by one of the Irish mobsters operating in the USA...and then a Muslim steps in to save the day.

    As a White Christian...I wonder about the future of this country. Obv Im safe...but the minorities are treated like garbage by some Americans...its to bad but I tell ya... I think most Americans even with the rise of Trump...are good people.

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  • The Exorcist
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    Originally posted by JFKvsNixon View Post
    Wow, so you believe that the USA didn't have such relaxed gun ownership laws that the numbers of people killed by firearms would have increased. Maybe I don't believe that the American society is that bad is the reason that I struggle to accept such a statement.

    My apologies for taking the thread of topic.
    According to the Justice Dept., privately owned guns prevent 1-2 million crimes per year.

    BTW- none of the terror attacks were committed with guns last weekend, but one of them was ended by and off-duty Cop carrying a concealed weapon on his off hours on his own initiative.

    Originally posted by Urban hermit View Post
    Just do as you're told! Believe what Blasio and the Administrations talking heads are saying, this was just an explosive device, not a bomb. The victim who set it off was harassed by racism and forced to take action that any reasonable person would have resorted to.
    He was radicalized because of the actions of uniformed anti Muslim racist, there is no such thing as a Islamic Terror, there is not such thing as a War on Terror, we are not being attacked by radical Muslims, just disenfranchised victims of white predjudice.
    Any suffering we witness is justifiable and we should be grateful that these brave men and women are willing to risk their lives to expose our traditional beliefs for what they are, Racist.
    It because we cling to our Bibles and our Guns and that silly out dated Construction and obsolete Bill of Rights that these poor refugees suffer.

    Now place your head on the chopping block and shut up, it's your turn..
    Best post in the thread, but you forgot to add a or risk being taken perfectly seriously by the Left.

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  • Urban hermit
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    Just do as you're told! Believe what Blasio and the Administrations talking heads are saying, this was just an explosive device, not a bomb. The victim who set it off was harassed by racism and forced to take action that any reasonable person would have resorted to.
    He was radicalized because of the actions of uniformed anti Muslim racist, there is no such thing as a Islamic Terror, there is not such thing as a War on Terror, we are not being attacked by radical Muslims, just disenfranchised victims of white predjudice.
    Any suffering we witness is justifiable and we should be grateful that these brave men and women are willing to risk their lives to expose our traditional beliefs for what they are, Racist.
    It because we cling to our Bibles and our Guns and that silly out dated Construction and obsolete Bill of Rights that these poor refugees suffer.

    Now place your head on the chopping block and shut up, it's your turn..

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  • johns624
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    Originally posted by Escape2Victory View Post
    With a position as morally tenuous as yours, labels are the least of your worries. Solutions please to the mess you helped create. Come on you must have some ideas?
    Where did I ever help create this mess? You're reaching, and your arms aren't long enough...

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  • slick_miester
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    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
    Seems to me you need to start your own thread on this.

    As of now, you're way off topic.

    However, if the Irish launch a drunken global jihad, I know who to turn to for information.
    I get what you're saying: Irish terrorists = good, Muslim terrorist = bad. Guess the differentiation is in their melanin content.

    And you've not answered my question: why the condemnation for Muslims when the same acts from Irishmen merit nary a comment from you? Shall I guess?

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  • Gixxer86g
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    Originally posted by slick_miester View Post
    Are you sure?





    So when a Catholic priest not only participates in an armed robbery, but forwards the funds to a known terrorist group, can we be expecting you to scream out about Roman Catholicism the same way you do about Islam?

    When a cleric uses his office as a cover for criminal and violent conduct, actively participates in a campaign to use random violence as a political tool, what have you to say about it?



    Micks have been raising money in the US for their Fenian terror campaigns for better than a century and a half -- but only since 11 Sep 2001 have they critiqued terror as a political tool. How rich. How fcking rich.



    On this topic, hell yeah. They're the biggest hypocrites going. Vote-rigging, bomb-throwing, communist and Muslim sympathizers. The lot of 'em are no good right down to their marrow. The Micks have made common cause with the East German Stasi and the Soviet KGB, as well as Gaddafi's Libya and Yassir Arafat's PLO. Funny how a guy like Gerry Adams can take communion from NY's cardinal (video included) while representing dyed-in-the-wool revolutionary socialists -- replete with revolutionary socialist artwork.





    That was always PIRA's best sleight of hand: convincing conservative US Catholics that they weren't in reality a radical band of leftist terrorists merely posing as good Catholics.

    Make no mistake about it: PIRA taught Arabs not only tradecraft, but public relations, as well. The Micks made the Muzzies far more capable terrorists and politicians than they ever would have been on their own.



    Maybe you should have been caring all along, boyo.
    Seems to me you need to start your own thread on this.

    As of now, you're way off topic.

    However, if the Irish launch a drunken global jihad, I know who to turn to for information.

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  • Escape2Victory
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    Originally posted by johns624 View Post
    I guess that must be the new buzzword to insult people. It's right up there with libtard, progressive and British.
    With a position as morally tenuous as yours, labels are the least of your worries. Solutions please to the mess you helped create. Come on you must have some ideas?
    Last edited by Escape2Victory; 20 Sep 16, 13:02.

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  • slick_miester
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    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
    They have nothing to do with the topic at hand.
    Are you sure?

    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
    First of all I'm not Christian.

    I want to see religious status temporarily stripped from islam because islam is currently less a religion than a political entity. Not religion in general, a specific one that that blurs the line between religious and political. It's islam and muslims that are to blame and it's up to them to reform and become simply a religion that should be protected by the 1st. . . . .
    A priest once implicated in gun-running, a retired police officer and an illegal immigrant who was imprisoned for explosives violations--all charged in a $7.4-million armored car company theft--may have committed the crime to help finance the Irish Republican Army, FBI officials said Saturday.

    Some of the money stolen Jan. 5 in Rochester, N.Y., may have been funneled to the IRA through postal money orders or couriers leaving New York City and Canada, investigators said.

    Suitcases and duffel bags full of cash--so much money that it could only be weighed, not counted, over the weekend--were displayed Saturday at an FBI news conference in Manhattan. The 350 pounds of currency, mostly $20 bills, was seized during raids in New York City, as was a counting machine. . . . .

    Arrested on Friday were Thomas F. O'Connor, 54, a former Rochester police officer; Patrick Moloney, 61, a Manhattan priest; Samuel Millar, 38, an illegal immigrant; and Charles McCormick, 29, in whose Manhattan apartment most of the cash was found. The four have been charged with receiving and possessing stolen money insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

    "FBI Claims Odd Trio of Brink's Suspects Stole Millions to Aid IRA," by John J Goldman, Los Angeles Times, 14 Nov 1993
    So when a Catholic priest not only participates in an armed robbery, but forwards the funds to a known terrorist group, can we be expecting you to scream out about Roman Catholicism the same way you do about Islam?

    When a cleric uses his office as a cover for criminal and violent conduct, actively participates in a campaign to use random violence as a political tool, what have you to say about it?



    Micks have been raising money in the US for their Fenian terror campaigns for better than a century and a half -- but only since 11 Sep 2001 have they critiqued terror as a political tool. How rich. How fcking rich.

    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
    You really have a hard on for the Irish, eh?
    On this topic, hell yeah. They're the biggest hypocrites going. Vote-rigging, bomb-throwing, communist and Muslim sympathizers. The lot of 'em are no good right down to their marrow. The Micks have made common cause with the East German Stasi and the Soviet KGB, as well as Gaddafi's Libya and Yassir Arafat's PLO. Funny how a guy like Gerry Adams can take communion from NY's cardinal (video included) while representing dyed-in-the-wool revolutionary socialists -- replete with revolutionary socialist artwork.





    That was always PIRA's best sleight of hand: convincing conservative US Catholics that they weren't in reality a radical band of leftist terrorists merely posing as good Catholics.

    Make no mistake about it: PIRA taught Arabs not only tradecraft, but public relations, as well. The Micks made the Muzzies far more capable terrorists and politicians than they ever would have been on their own.

    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
    I don't really care what happens to IRA terrorists or their supporters.
    Maybe you should have been caring all along, boyo.

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  • johns624
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    Originally posted by Escape2Victory View Post
    multiculturalist...multiculturalist...multicultura list.
    I guess that must be the new buzzword to insult people. It's right up there with libtard, progressive and British.

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  • Escape2Victory
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    Originally posted by sebfrench76 View Post
    You are living in a parallel world where you're in a desperate need of culprits for the mess we're experiencing currently.
    Let's sum it up : According to you ,I am the one ,beside my great aunt Angela ,who has open the gates of Europe to the blood thirsty migrants.
    Plus , I am an ostrich that calls the brave and gallant "plots seekers" ,paranoids.
    Let's add to that list that because of me ,people will get killed .

    But regarding to a "public apologize" ,you'd better take a comfortable chair cause I won't obey to a guy who has little friends in his head.
    Obviously you weren't going to apologise. The purpose really was to pull you down off the moral high ground. The multiculturalist wants to have their cake and eat it. Paragons of virtue when it comes to immigration then whistling a tune and slinking quietly off the stage when the **** lands. Nothing to do with me! But it is and the moral burden rests with such people to apologise and state their solutions. Because the multiculturalist is failing in this responsibility, you are now spawning far right movements across the West. Solutions please, not more buck passing from the multiculturalist.

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  • Gixxer86g
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    Originally posted by TactiKill J. View Post
    Yes! Kill them all, time for another crusade...
    Not yet, but the muzzies are working on getting it to that point.....

    But it isn't about religion....

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  • TactiKill J.
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    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
    I'm defining what a religion is. And right now, islam isn't......

    It's war CE.
    Yes! Kill them all, time for another crusade...

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  • Gixxer86g
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    Originally posted by Combat Engineer View Post
    Please outline in the Constitution where the Government gets to define religion as far as protections offered in the Bill of Rights. Tax purposes, sure, what is a religion, nope. No even close. There is NO first amendment if the government gets to say what is and what is not a religion.
    I'm defining what a religion is. And right now, islam isn't......

    It's war CE.

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  • Gixxer86g
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    Originally posted by ChrisF1987 View Post
    So redefining constitutional rights is ok only as long as it's targeting Muslims? You can't target a religion in the name of "safety".
    Yes, it's OK if it's targeting muslims. Its war. And it's not a religion.


    Is targeting Islam really worth the slippery slope argument? Tomorrow the left could use the same criteria to go after religious Christians in the Bible Belt down South. Do you want to set a dangerous precedent?
    Who says the slope is slippery?

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