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"This is not an us vs. them scenario. This is time for the US to take a long, careful, introspective look at itself and realize that we are hypocritical, and willing to screw anyone over in order to protect ourselves. We are the evil empire.
People died needlessly 9 years ago. I deplore the loss of life. I am disgusted with the combination of anti-American sentiment and fundamentalism. But the first we can at least address and solve.
I have a couple of questions for you to think about anon.
1) Imagine that tomorrow the USA ceases to exist. Do you think the impulse of Islamic fundamentalists to impose by force their religious beliefs and laws on others would cease? Do you think that the disappearance of the USA (and by extension the end of the nation’s interests) would eliminate their women hating, gay killing, science and art opposing, cleric led political and social agenda?
2) Should the western world ignore or tacitly approve of the way Islamic fundamentalists oppress the people under their control just so they can love us or at least stop hating us? Are you willing to screw over burqa wearing women, child brides and pedophile abused children? All in the name of what? Who is actually the evil empire here? How is the USA responsible for all of this?
3) What will appease the religious? Is there something one could do that would stop the fundamentalists from trying to impose their understanding of Sharia Law around the world as commanded by their god? Do you think you could overrule god? If so, how?
4) Which is actually important? Preoccupations with anti-American sentiment or actually opposing fundamentalism? It seems that the first will take care of itself as time goes by. If we do not do anything about the second it could very well take care of us. Permanently. Don’t you think?
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