Ok, now we know ISIS is the enemy: they’ve banned music, sports and WEED

Beheading one of our journalists is one thing, but THIS has to mean war. The Islamic terrorist army has just issued its cultural edict and guess what? They’ve outlawed Darwinism and banned marijuana — yep, all you folks up in Colorado and Washington, no vacations to ISIS land. Check out the video, and weep all you potheads (fire starts about 3:35 in the video).

http://youtu.be/y91wCdZhArk

Courtesy of Gateway Pundit, check out ISIS 101. “The Islamic State of Iraq recently issued educational regulations for the Caliphate. Music, art, sports, social studies, history and psychology are now banned in the classroom.” Translated by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

Directorate of Programs in the Islamic State

General Statement to all Education and Teaching Institutions

1. The following subjects are to be definitively abolished from teaching programs: artistic musical education [music], nationalist education, social studies, history, artistic composition education [drawing], sport, philosophical, social and psychology studies, Islam-Christian religious education), to be replaced by subjects added in compensation by the directorate of programs in the Islamic State.

Now this should really anger all those Liberal Arts professors who were looking for a sabbatical.

2. Complete abolition of the name ‘Syrian Arab Republic’ wherever it is found and it be replaced by the Islamic State.

Seems ISIS has something in common with progressive socialists — revisionist history.

3. Complete abolition of the Education Ministry and its replacement with the Ministry of Education and Teaching.

Could it be that ISIS believes in limited government — we need to abolish the US Department of Education — and the abolition of teachers unions? Hmm, perhaps if they stop all that genocide, mass executions, and beheading stuff there may be some hope for these barbarians.

4. Removal of all photos that do not concord with Islamic Shari’a.

This means no more “selfies” in ISIS land.

5. Removal of all Syrian Arab song wherever it is found.

I don’t think anyone from Syria has won a Grammy recently.

6. No teaching of nationalist doctrine and instead: commitment to Islam and its people, and no affiliation with idolatry and its people. Indeed the land of the Muslim is the land in which the law of God governs.

Now this should get the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) to go apoplectic, ISIS has violated the First Amendment and established a religion, and it seems there will be no free exercise of anything but their State established religion — awaiting a statement from FFRF.

7. The teacher is to patch up gaps in knowledge of the grammar of Arabic dependent on omission by examples that do not contradict the Islamic Shari’a and politics of the Islamic State.

Hmm, doesn’t seem that ISIS embraces multiculturalism, that should piss off liberal progressives.

8. The word ‘homeland’ (watan), or ‘his homeland’, or ‘my homeland’ or ‘Syria’ is to be replaced wherever it is found with ‘The Islamic State’ or ‘his Islamic State’ or ‘the land of the Muslims’ or ‘The Islamic State’ or ‘the province of ash-Sham’.

Hey, aren’t they supposed to get this approved by the United Nations?

9. Abolition of any example in maths that points to interest, interest on money, democracy, or election.

Does this mean SIS supports campaign finance reform and will not tolerate lobbyists?

10. Abolition from the sciences of anything connected with the Darwin theory, natural selection and not attributing all creation to God- Almighty and Exalted is He.

Now this will anger the secular humanists, ISIS believes in creationism — yep, bet Obama attacks them now!

11. The teacher is to make the students aware that all the laws of physics and chemistry are from God’s laws in creation.

Especially those Allah approved laws of physics and chemistry that promote making weapons of mass destruction to kill all infidels, kaffirs, and enemies of Allah.

12. This general statement is considered compulsory and all who disagree must be held accountable.

I can translate this: obey or be beheaded.

So there you have it folks, based upon these 12 cultural edicts, I believe American progressive socialists will demand the immediate destruction of ISIS — especially since they burned those fields of weed.

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mcrognale
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If only we had a real man for our President.

Margaret Glatz
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The only man in the White House is Manchelle!

Joe Gutierrez
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No golf courses?

Brendan
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Allen West sounds jealous.
ISIS is revising history books, outlawing the teaching of Evolution, abolishing all other religions, getting rid of multiculturalism… this sounds like Allen West’s goal of a Christian Conservative paradise.

Andrew Wood
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I bet you rode the short bus, huh?

heynorm48
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I’m sure video games will be banned too, Brandon.

Brendan
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yep… probably

Tri Cities
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Except Christians don’t behead you for disagreeing. Your argument is invalid comrade.

Syn Hope
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuH8StEEvN4

Two minutes clip. just watch this.

Brendan
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Agreed… they have similar beliefs but different ideas of punishment

Andrew Wood
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And what would that be, exactly? Name a single “punishment” a Christian has imposed on you. Other than the special ed classes.

Brendan
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You still don’t know how to read, do you?
I never said i was punished by a Christian.
I said they have different ideas of punishment… radical Christians believe you will suffer in the hereafter…. radical muslims want you to suffer right now and in the hereafter.

Samantha1
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And if you are non-believer, how does a Christian (I don’t because if you don’t believe then that’s not my problem) telling you you will suffer in the hereafter HURT YOUR or PUNISH you? If you don’t believe, you won’t care because you don’t believe. Follow my drift?

Brendan
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Did you even read what I wrote?
I wrote… “I never said i was punished by a Christian.”
Why would you ask me how I felt Christians punish me when I explained clearly that I do NOT believe Christians are punishing me?

Andrew Wood
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Further down in the blog you refer to being “oppressed” by Christians. Sounds like you hate Christians just for being Christian, much like your buddies over at ISIS…

Brendan
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What blog are you talking about?
And what did I say about being oppressed by Christians?
Sounds like you’re imagining things

Jskinfan
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believing something and actually inflicting punishment are two very different things Genius.Now just go play with your x-box!

Brendan
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Wow… you just agreed with me and didn’t realize it.

Robert Blaufuss
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Sharia Law can not happen here in the USA correct Brendan? This is just a passing fancy that will never take root? Am I getting all worked up for nothing?

Syn Hope
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America is a Christian country and will remain so. Watch the following clip.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuH8StEEvN4

Tom Menczel
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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahah

Brendan
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Yes. That is correct. Our First Amendment has protected us for a log time.
Christian fundamentalists have been trying to make religious laws for years and have been blocked. I don’t believe if Muslims ever tried they would be any more successful.

Samantha1
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How old are you? I’m going to credit you with being young and naive. Sharia Law is already here for the Muslim community. In STL a mother and father were given the death penalty for stabbing their daughter to death (it’s on FBI video tape) for her daring to love a NON-MUSLIM. In another case, a father was sentenced for taking his car and running her down in broad daylight in front of witnesses for the same thing….oh, and disrespecting him. And her family BACKS UP THE DAD even AFTER the sentencing! It is HAPPENING RIGHT NOW ALL ACROSS THE… Read more »
Brendan
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You really need to read better before responding.
US law is not changing to include religious law.

When these Muslim extremists committed a murder under the belief that they were following their religious law, they were committing a criminal act in violation of US law.

There is no Sharia law in our law and there is no threat of US law adopting sharia or any other religious law.

Wackos committing murder in the name of their religious law are still criminals and always will be.

That is the point you are missing.

usaok59
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Oh my but you are naive! You need to start reading more and don’t listen to MSM.

Brendan
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Typical. You call me naive, but you are incapable of saying how I am.
You just don’t like what I wrote but don’t understand why.

Samantha1
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I know your reply was to someone else. But read my post. I gave you specific examples of how Sharia Law is already here! Not nationawide, but within the Muslim community. And Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, especially here.

Brendan
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Sharia law is not part of US law.
Criminals using Sharia to justify their crimes are still criminals and are not excused.
The First Amendment protects US law from religious law.

Examples of murderers using Sharia as a justification is NOT proof that sharia is being adopted here.
In fact, it proves the opposite, because we prosecute them for crimes under US law and ignore their sharia defense.

John C. Calhoun
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The First Amendment did not protect us from Lincoln’s censorship.

The Bill of Rights can’t enforce themselves. Only the national sovereignty of the states can enforce them.

Tom Menczel
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hahahahaahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

Tom Menczel
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come on and try isis this should be fun

Tom Menczel
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go and get my guns ready

Brendan
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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Robert Blaufuss
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I do see Muslims as a cancer to the freedom you and I still enjoy. I think this problem is much bigger then Obama;s Al Qaeda on the run and ISIS being JV. Liberal media does not speak truth.

Tom Menczel
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i see people like the you for instance thinking again

Andrew Wood
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Better start chipping away at all the references to God written in stone on the Halls of Congress, the Supreme Court, and nearly every single memorial in Washington. Like it or not, our country was founded on Christian principles. Bet that really pisses you off.

Jason Peters
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That’s because our country was founded by Christians. The same moral codes that Christians believe in run through most major religions and are pretty much just common sense. I mean, the golden rule is pretty universal. ISIS is basically the Westboro of the Muslim world: An extreme version of the faith. Christians my not resort to beheading people but we know that extreme sects don’t mind abusing people verbally/psychologically. Extremism is bad news no matter which side it’s on.

I have to admit that a lot of this does sound a lot like the extreme conservatives ideal too though! LOL!

Andrew Wood
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The difference being the jihadist muslims number in the hundreds of thousands, if not millions, and are responsible for 99% of the world’s conflicts. Violent Christian’s? A few violent looney tune churches and no wars that I know of.

majorwiblit
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“When one person suffers from a delusion it is called insanity.
When many people suffer from a delusion it is called Religion.”
~Robert M.Pirsig

Andrew Wood
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I prefer to read the writings of intelligent, sane people like Jefferson, Madison, or Lincoln. But you can keep reading the nonsense of a liberal Hindu professor to fulfill your life.

majorwiblit
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All humans are born Atheists. No baby arrives with specific beliefs, or religious knowledge
there is no modesty, or shame, no prejudices.
These beliefs and knowledge must be taught and presented to a suggestible mind,
one that does not yet have the ability to think on it’s own, no alternative views,,
and nothing to compare anything too…
“Get em while there young”,,, force feed them,, makes for good, obeying
and fearful adults…

Samantha1
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I’m gathering you remained an atheist after birth given your statements.

Brendan
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Then maybe you should read what Madison had to say about religion and government

Andrew Wood
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Because he knew all to well about England’s forced “religion”. Get a clue.

Brendan
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I have more than a clue… I have the facts.
Madison feared mixing government and religion which is why he was such a strong proponent of separation to preserve the sanctity of both.

Andrew Wood
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How is that different than what I just said? Typical liberal, talks in circles…

Samantha1
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You do know it is separation of state from church, right? It was meant to keep the state from interfering with religion.

Brendan
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…and religion from interfering with the state. That’s why the Constitution prohibits writing laws that favor a religious belief.
The Founders believed that the less government and religion interfered with each other, the better for both.

majorwiblit
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Religion supports nobody.
It has to be supported.
It produces no wheat, no corn; it ploughs no land; it fells no forests.
It is a perpetual mendicant. It lives on the labors of others, and then has the arrogance to pretend that it supports the giver. ~Robert G. Ingersoll

Andrew Wood
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Sounds like the legal definifition of a Democrat…

majorwiblit
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The Founding Fathers did not create a secular government because they disliked religion. Many were believers themselves. Yet they were well aware of the dangers of church-state union. They had studied and even seen first-hand the difficulties that church-state partnerships spawned in Europe. During the American colonial period, alliances between religion and government produced oppression and tyranny on our own shores. While some of the country’s founders believed that the government should espouse Christianity, that viewpoint soon became a losing proposition. In Virginia, Patrick Henry argued in favor of tax support for Christian churches. But Henry and his cohorts were… Read more »
Andrew Wood
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Wow, I actually somewhat agree with you. We are not a Christian nation, but a nation with a majority of Christians.

majorwiblit
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but we are NOT a Christian nation,,, get over it…

Samantha1
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The way Islam is growing by leaps and bounds to include prior Christians and other faiths….it WILL BE A NATION of religion – ISLAM. MAybe not in my lifetime…it’s like a cancer (the extremists), but it’s coming if it isn’t stopped.

elle
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we are a Christian nation by the numbers, 77% of the people are Christian, so yeah we are a Christian nation, Thank God 🙂

Andrew Wood
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Ask the Sunni and Kurdish muslims in Iraq how the muslim “faith” is working out for them. Funny, all the different Christian faiths can seem to disagree without lopping heads off.

Brendan
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that’s not how it works.

Samantha1
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statistically it does. realistically it doesn’t.

elle
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never said that’s how it “works” said that’s how it is, we are a Christian nation like it or not.

Brendan
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We are a nation with a majority Christian population… but we are not a Christian nation. We were founded on the principle of religious freedom… all may worship, or not, as they choose.

Andrew Wood
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Shhhh, you’ll wake the silent majority. So you don’t have to look it up, majority means more of us, less of you.

majorwiblit
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“When the government puts its imprimatur on a particular religion it conveys a message of exclusion to all those who do not adhere to the favored beliefs.
A government cannot be premised on the belief that all persons are created equal when it asserts that God prefers some over others”
― Harry A. Blackmun ~ Former Justice, SCOTUS

majorwiblit
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Today, America’s religious demographics are changing, and diversity has greatly expanded since our nation’s founding. The number of Jews has increased, and more Muslims are living in America than ever before. Other religions now represented in America include Hinduism, Buddhism and a myriad others. In addition, many Americans say they have no religious faith or identify themselves as atheists, agnostics or Humanists. According to some scholars, over 2,000 distinct religious groups and denominations exist in the United States. Also, even though most Americans identify as Christian, this does not mean they would back official government recognition of the Christian faith.… Read more »
Samantha1
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I’m a moderate. However, I do believe there should be a moment of silent prayer every morning…standing heads bowed. If you are a Satanist, then silently pray to him. If you are an atheist, you can silently sing the Battle Hymn of the Republic for all I care. But structure is important. And 5 minutes or even 2 minutes of silent prayer doesn’t hurt anyone. Pray to the druids, mother earth, be a Wiccan, I don’t care. Just have the time put aside for prayer/meditation. No punishment for kids who WANT to show their Christian belief. Don’t tell me it… Read more »
Tom Menczel
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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaah

Brendan
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Nope… unlike you, I read the Constitution and the writings of the Founders.
The United States doesn’t give preference to any religion and welcomes all.
Your misunderstanding of our nation’s principles doesn’t piss me off at all.

Andrew Wood
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Wrong again. The consitution simply forbids government imposed religion. Your “religion” (and I take it you are an islamic sympathizer) does not give you the right to impose any law or practices over me. AKA, sharia law. Get over it.

Brendan
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What are you ranting about?
I’m not a muslim.
And you still don’t understand our Constitution… or are just deliberately misreading what i wrote just to be argumentative.
You babbled something about me wanting to impose Shariah??? WTF? You are arguing against something In ever said.

The Constitution prohibits making any laws that give preference to any religion

Andrew Wood
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Sorry dude, I can’t dumb it down any lower than the 7th grade for you. You are obviously one of the schmucks with a “COEXIST” bumper sticker. I cannot and WILL NOT coexist with a cult who’s commandment’s tell their followers to kill me if I don’t believe the way they do. It’s that simple.

Brendan
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Then go mo0ve to another country.
Because in this country my hard working patriotic American Muslim neighbors have the same rights to follow their religion as every other American.

But go ahead and keep arguing with me over things you imagine I said.

Andrew Wood
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Hopefully your muslim “friends” will take your head first, infidel. Don’t ask me for help if I see it happening, by the way.

Tom Menczel
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look at the usa boarders they make everyone look like a criminal

Samantha1
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By ‘right’, I mean come through the proper channels and come legally and you are welcome GENERIC YOU of course.

Samantha1
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UH, wait a minute. YOU ARE A CRIMINAL if you cross into ANY country without the right to do so. Maybe I’m taking your post wrong, but I’m thinking you think they should all be given amnesty? If not, I apologize for my rant.

John C. Calhoun
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Actually Brendan you aren’t very bright either. If you were actually familiar with the Founding Documents and Founding Fathers you would know that a nation called the United States of America does not exist.

Rather each state is a sovereign nation unto itself by LAW!

Brendan
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Oh so, the opening line of the Constitution… “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” … that line was referencing another country?

Denying the existence of the United States does not make anything you have to say credible.

John C. Calhoun
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The law is interpreted according to original intent, and the Declaration of Independence is an express STATEMENT of intent by the individual states/colonies to be individually sovereign as separate nations, and not a single collective sovereign nation of thirteen separate districts. Modern revisionists now admit this, and instead try to argue the Constitution as EXPRESSING intent to relinquish state sovereignty to form a single nation; but they claim it does so by INFERENCE, which thus fails. Therefore, “We The People” is a RESPECTIVE statement among the individiual states, not collective. So your state has your people, and my state his… Read more »
Brendan
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The Declaration is not the Constitution and the states ratified the Constitution and accepted it.
200 hundred years of law disagrees with you.
If you are looking for a legal excuse to not recognize the authority of the US government you’re going to have to just admit that there isn’t one.

John C. Calhoun
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The People of the respective STATE, dumbass! Where did you get that “collective people” bullshit? “Collective people” of WHAT? Of the world? Show me ANY document which creates a sovereign state of any “collective People!” Do you even know what a sovereign state is? Doesn’t sound like it. You need to go back to your toilet and this time FLUSH it. I’m going to explain this one more time to you and with the supporting evidence. Firstly, sovereignty comes from the fact that each state was mutually declared as a sovereign nation in 1776. The states declared themselves to be… Read more »
Andrew Wood
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He BADLY wants the U.S. to be the Peoples Republic…

Brendan
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“collective people” You quote me as saying that and then call it bullshit. Are you having an argument with yourself? I think so, because I never wrote those words. You are also having a pretend argument with me over states rights… something else i never mentioned or said didn’t exist. If you want to pretend that the United States doesn’t exist and you want to roleplay as John C Calhoun and dream of secession and slavery, go ahead. I have no interest in debating this nonsense. The US exists. Go play your alternate history fantasy with someone else and live… Read more »
Jskinfan
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well if the U.S. exists,shouldn’t it be protecting its borders?

John C. Calhoun
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You implied collective when you used “We the People.” in the sense of a single nation. You were talking about the collective people in a nation called the USA when there is no such thing. Rather it is a respective statement among the states and not a collective one. Is that clear now? Don’t throw your POO back at me just because you can’t act civil. Since you fail to cite a single document to support your single-nation theory, then you forfeit the argument. Meanwhile I’ve already asserted that the Declaration of Independence expresses original intent to form THIRTEEN popularly… Read more »
Brendan
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I implied collective???
I was quoting the Constitution.
I can’t cite a single document?
So the Constitution doesn’t count?
My “single nation theory”???
The united States of America is not a single nation theory.

Go pretend there’s no United States if you want to and call yourself John C Calhoun and run around the woods with the other LARPers in your make believe land, throwing fireballs or whatever you do.

The United States of America exists… if you just want to troll and argue with random people on the internet about the existence of the US, go play with someone else.

John C. Calhoun
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There is nothing wrong with quoting the Constiution it was your dangerous interpretation of it that I have a problem with. We the People means we the people of each state (check MAdison’t notes on the convention since you clearly don’t know the context of that phrase). Rhode Island did not immediately ratify it. So explain to me how the “collective people of a nation” voted together when RI still did not ratify it. James Madison explains this in his January 1800 Report on the Virginia Resolutions: —————— It is indeed true that the term “states” is sometimes used in… Read more »
CharlesS702
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Except for the facts that atheists have NO problem slamming Christians and calling them stupid. Would you agree with me on that one? I, who happen to be an atheist by the way, see it happen every day. What I don’t see from my fellow atheists is the same disrespect to Islam and the Muslim people who follow it. Most of you scumbag atheists are too cowardly to stand up to evil. Instead you attack peaceful Christians. You know it’s pretty strange that people like you think that Christians deserve to get spit on and Muslims need to be respected… Read more »
Andrew Wood
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Wow, an athiest who gets a thumbs up! Nicely stated Charles.

Dani California
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That’s because Christian oppression effects them personally and is much closer than home than Muslim oppression, even if it’s not nearly as severe. We contanstly have problems with Christians attempting to force there religion on us, where as Muslims in this country rarely bother anyone.

However that is no excuse for holding prejudice against Christians (or someone of any religion for that matter), or ignoring the oppression of Muslim fundamentalists abroad. While that is an explanation, it is certainly not an excuse.

Samantha1
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ACtually, my experience with atheists is the opposite They go all violent and off into left field at ANY sign of Christianity….like a t-shirt in school, artwork in art class, or even gathering on THEIR OWN time between classes, during lunch or before or after school. By not allowing these ‘freedoms’ you are actually doing exactly what you accuse Christians of doing…forcing your religion or non-religion on us. THE YOU in my statement is a generic you and related to the numerous issues I have personally experienced.

Dani California
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Sure, there are overly zealous atheists but I’d say the majority of non-believers respect people’s personal rights. Many Christians, specifically right-wing Christians do attempt to force their ways on everyone else through marriage rules, attempts at restricting birth control and trying to teach religion in schools. Not to mention daily attempts at converting us or judging us for our beliefs… it can be a little annoying.

Andrew Wood
Guest

“Christian oppression”, that’s hilarious. Someone said “Jesus loves you” and poor Dani is somehow “oppressed.”

Gman116
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Thanks for speaking the truth. The God from the bible gives us free will. We as Christians are supposed to love everybody. Thanks again for being fair, you are a very honest atheist.

Brendan
Guest

What are you babbling about?
You called yourself an atheist and then called atheists scumbags… are you calling yourself a scumbag?

You also have this weird delusion that atheists oppose christians but support muslims… which makes no sense.

Samantha1
Guest

That’s because they give that appearance. Where’s the ACLU backed atheism group stopping the prayer rooms in NYC and now in a few other states as well? Where is the anger over blocking major thoroughfairs in NYC for a group prayer. It’s all over the net, if you doubt it. There are pics.

Brendan
Guest

Religious groups have the right to peacefully assemble and hold public prayer events when they obtain permits.

I’m not sure how that relates to the ACLU.

I have also never heard of a prayer room in a New York City public school or other public building. That would be inappropriate if it existed and I’m sure the ACLU would be involved. Where in NYC public buildings has this happened?

Gman116
Guest

Why do you attack Christians and defend muslims?

Brendan
Guest

I attack extremists and defend moderates.
I have no problem with moderate Christians and moderate Muslims.
Extremist muslims are a very real and dangerous threat. Extremist Christians are an annoyance.

Samantha1
Guest

AT least you didn’t say dangerous.

Tom Menczel
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some friken people

John C. Calhoun
Guest

Atheists like Brendan automatically assume that secularism =
non-mysticism, but in reality he’s just as mystic as any religious affiliate byembracing Leviathan collectivism… for everyone but himself of course, thinking he’s exempted as The Chosen Few.

Yeah, egotistical much.

Brendan
Guest

hahahaha… That’s a whole of words you strung together just to say nothing.
I guess if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance…

elle
Guest

Brendan, you just got owned, why not just stop, the more you yammer on the worse it gets lol!

Brendan
Guest

Owned? By some LARPer who has decided to randomly argue with me that the United States of America is not a country?
No Leslie… he is having an imaginary crazy argument with himself.
If you believe, as he does, that the United States of America does not actually exist, that’s fine.

Samantha1
Guest

I don’t go that far, but states law trumps fed law. Missouri just passed a law to ignore Obama’s laws. Of course it will be in the courts for years, but it did pass. Specifically regarding the 2nd amendment, which BTW is the reason I became a moderate republican. I’m not moderate on that issue. Some of the other issues I have a little give on. Obamacare is another I have no give on since I have been personally effected in a negative way!

elle
Guest

loser on crack

Brendan
Guest

Yes he is.

elle
Guest

fail

Brendan
Guest

yes he did

usaok59
Guest

I concur!!!

John C. Calhoun
Guest

You support a nation called the USA. Under that false dogma the federal government is in charge and everyone else is a subject.

However the truth is that each state is a sovereign nation unto itself by law and the people of their respective states are the ruling sovereigns.

Sorry;I tried dumbing it down to your level, but I couldn’t get my head that far up my ass.

Andrew Wood
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Haha

elle
Guest

yes like legal cannabis – still against federal law, but states have made it legal, the people of the states voted on it and it passed.

Brendan
Guest

keep trying… it seems like you’re doing fine.

John C. Calhoun
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Nice to know the laws in your little world, unfortunately this is Earth.

John C. Calhoun
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You seriously believe that the American People have the final word over the government, just by being able to change presidents every 4 years? You’ve got to be kidding. (And that’s the only thing that the group ‘the American People” can change directly; the various individuals can just change local 3 legislators in their respective districts, i.e. their congressman and senators). As long as the government limits the People’s control over it, it limits their consent to it; and limited consent, is NO consent. Thus we don’t have government by consent of the governed, but dictatorship to slaves who think… Read more »
Donald Keith
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no mention of doing away with pedophilia i see.

Robert Blaufuss
Guest

And we can not forget about the goats.

CharlesS702
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Nope, that one has the stamp of “Allah Approved.” lol.

Syn Hope
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CharlesS702
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I’m not really sure what this video has to do with anything. Let’s also not try to pretend that HAMAS and pro-HAMAS groups are just “freedom fighters.” I’ve seen American citizens, who have never been to Israel, have no link to Israel, have no desire to own land in Israel or even visit any part of the “10th Century World”, as I like to call it, which is the Middle East, get attacked, beaten and even killed on US soil by HAMAS/pro-HAMAS and similar groups (The HAMAS front known as CAIR, NAMF, ISNA, ICNA and many others) just because they… Read more »
Thomas A. Lloyd
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I thought I heard him tell one of those guys to take a load to his Headquarters.

Tom Menczel
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what about the goat/donkey sex ….they cant abolish it.. …they..would nt` they cant ,i mean, hey … the,islamic ass`s… these goat/donkey lovers will start having sex with your dogs as soon as they start changing laws and running things
I aint going to take my dog to iraaaaaaaak now

Barbara Winters
Guest

Notice they left the roots to grow again.

Frank Martin
Guest

Cannabis has to be re-planted. Those roots will just die.

Taz383
Guest

So am i to believe that mudslimes are pot heads?!!???! No wonder they believe in Allah

majorwiblit
Guest

pot is an annual,,, will not come back like a perennial
when you cut it off at the base,, the roots will just die…
I read that somewhere…

Elem187
Guest

Of course they did. This video is for propaganda purposes. They need those plants to fund terrorism. They will need pot and poppies. They are the largest drug suppliers

Alleged Comment
Guest

It sure is a Hamas VICTORY!

Netenyahu once said, “the Israelis are desperate for peace”.

No, I do not believe you. Because if you were “desperate” for peace you would ANNIHILATE HAMAS ONCE AND FOR ALL!!!!

You had many opportunities but you always ALWAYS stop just short of the goal of TOTAL ANNIHILATION!

So, you do not want peace. You love humiliating Hamas repeatedly and harassing your army.

Rachel
Guest

Well…that’s IT! Obama doesn’t mind when they behead Americans and commit genocide…but when Isis bans sports, music and pot, well that’s just too much! I’m sure he’ll go after them NOW.

Pilcher Greg
Guest

It is so sad that they have a “religion” that hates it’s own followers.

Syn Hope
Guest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuH8StEEvN4

Hate is bad. You are right sir. Watch this clip.

TruConserv
Guest

Sounds a lot like the far-right religious groups’ plans for US schools. No teaching evolution, blind commitment to a single religion and its tenants, all credit and glory to God, defer to God when science contradicts holy scripture, punishment for those who accept other faiths, no drug education, chastity programs wherein the daughter owes her father the obligation not to have pre-marital sex.

So, hey, all you FAKE Christians and phony Americans on the extreme-right, why does your rhetoric sound so much like ISIL’s?

Jskinfan
Guest

since when in modern day America have christians called for punishment of non believers? You sir are a moron! And that daughter owes her father crap is right out of the 1800’s.Why dont you take your sick liberal ass over there and see how religious persecution really is!

TruConserv
Guest

If you think it’s sick to claim a daughter owes her chastity to her father, then you, like me, are sick of the radical religious right. We’re on the same side, yet you want me to leave? If I’m a liberal, then so are you. (Google is your friend …)

Reality
Guest
So you are saying there is no real religious persecution here like Faux News claims? I do not believe he said anything about Christians calling for punishment of other beliefs or people who do not accept what Christians provided as proof of their god’s existence. What he is comparing is that IS will want their specific brand of Islam taught in schools, anything that is considered of another religion or non religion will not be allowed. Christian America: Pastors could pick up a second job as the “Science” teach to teach creationism. It will be taught that all the founding… Read more »
Syn Hope
Guest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuH8StEEvN4

Wonderful. Agreed with you. Watch this clip.

Reality
Guest

I laughed so hard.. this was great. Maybe some far right Christian all for praying in school and wanting evolution out of the school and creation in will finally understand. As far as Mr. West wanting to get the FFRF to send this guys a letter… do you understand that the FFRF has there hands full with the religious people here in the States.. Geez.. I am sure I won’t have to go far on this thread before somebody “traditionally” blames Obama.. it’s almost like a dogma on this forum.

Samantha1
Guest

You mean like all you libs blame Bush (who I didn’t like either, BTW) for everything. Even things Obama takes credit for, he has flipped and said he had nothing to do with them, that it was Bush’s edict. WOW! If it helps him, he takes credit, if it hurts him, he distances himself.

Reality
Guest
Okay, I will say no.. not ALL “libs” blame Bush on everything that Obama has to deal with. Yes, he flipped and now does not want to take credit for pulling troops out of Iraq when it was part of his first run as President speech and took credit multiple times for pulling the troops out but now says that it was not his call. I think we can go back and find any President who has “flipped” on his comments or mislead Americans. This shows he is a great politician(I do not mean that in a nice way). It… Read more »
Real Logic
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The FFRF is doing just fine here. Organizations like this are supposed to help EVERYONE out. Not just inside the cozy confines of the US border. Go outside and experience the wonders of the world. Show everyone else the light of day you have experienced. That’s how you get people to see you are sincere about something. Well, like the Christians that volunteer to go to Africa and such. They don’t get paid to do what they do. They just go to verbally spread their word, and actually physically help out in all kinds of places. The FFRF needs to… Read more »
ringostarr1
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Actually Real Logic, in Mohammedan countries being an Atheist is an automatic death sentence unless you embrace the “True Way” and become a servant of Allah. None of you have even a half of an idea what a awful religion Mohammedanism can be when it is imposed on a population of free men but especially free or liberated women.

Reality
Guest
You want FFRF to go to Iraq? You also state that organizations like this are suppose to help everyone and not just the cozy confines of the US. Then you say that you truly believe that if the FFRF wants to be taken seriously then they need to expand to where the tyrannic type behavior is at. These two statements show an opinion of yours. It’s not they are suppose to do anything but what they are currently trying to do. Which is within this country to actual stop religious people forcing their beliefs onto other people. I am going… Read more »
Real Logic
Guest
I get some of your points. I’m a Marine vet also so I full well know how ugly the whole situation is over there. Been over there already in the Middle East and Africa for a significant amount of time. Freedom of speech. The big thing I like to talk about. You see people who claim to want freedom of speech are guilty many times of trying to actually squash it. Freedom of speech really is a big pet peeve of mine. I don’t want anyone on either side of the aisle trying to jam their parties opinion down my… Read more »
Reality
Guest
I agree with you, neither the ACLU, NAACP, or the FFRF is a middles ground type organizations. Voting down the middle is so hard. It’s not a matter of some person being selected as the best candidate to run for a certain party because you want the other person to win for either the Republican or Democratic side because they would have easily gotten your vote. Based on track record, what they say is a concern and what they will be addressing while in office, and overall a somewhat close extension of what you believe/think sitting in a office and… Read more »
Frank Martin
Guest

Sorry Mr. West I’ve supported your cause for the most part but your tone here makes it sound like you wish their doctrines would be applied here. Enough with the damning of the most benign and therapeutic substance known to mankind also, please? We know better…

glenn
Guest

This is nothing more than PROPAGANDA at it’s best. They want us to believe they are going to burn all that pot.BULLSHIT.Noway they love it as well as the bunch that’s going to make a Propaganda tape.They probably do do some of the things mentioned but burn the pot……….

Paul Sheridan
Guest

This is the most idiotic thing I’ve ever read on this site, and that’s saying something. Were you high when you wrote this Allen?

Syn Hope
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Earl Lee
Guest

He sold 12 tee shirt from this article!

JP cline
Guest

In Essence the Message to the Syrian People From ISIS is: “Get out them hand made picks and shovels Kids!

Start diggin’ Caves! We’re all going back to living in the Stone Age by this week Friday at the latest !”

Vincent Hare
Guest

Does that mean you and your family can no longer fund the ISIS war with your purchases of pot and islamic extremest meditation music Allen West?? It is good to see that you are still as stupid as ever to try to make a joke out of an American losing his life, while doing the profession he chose, at the lunatic hands of a terrorist group! Yet, you still want to try to put it on Obama for upholding the Congressionally passed law, prior to obama becoming president. Who is the actual terrorist Mr. West!!??

jimwilson81
Guest

The ones that live in the Islamic State.

jimwilson81
Guest

The Islamic State or ISIS wants to go back and have everyone live in the 6th century AD.

Syn Hope
Guest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuH8StEEvN4

God Bless America, watch this please.

William
Guest

America’s religious conservatives are pikers compared to ISIL.

Syn Hope
Guest
Steve Wolfe
Guest
Look, folks, I’ve got this all figured out. We need the master of the use of diplomacy himself to take the lead and go over there to straighten those ISIS fellas out. He well understands them, maybe even knows a few personally (like his half-brother). They can all get on their knees together and bounce their heads off the sand. He’s such a smart man, a uniter, a healer. Using his skill as a community organizer he should have all walking in circles passing out flyers and signing up voters. Then he can advise them that they can impose the… Read more »
Syn Hope
Guest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuH8StEEvN4

Fully agreed what you have said. Watch this clip.

ColoMom
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Want you all to know that not all Coloradans are pot heads. Now some of the real ‘Pot Heads want stop the taxes on it. When they weren’t stoned even they knew that the only reason the measure passed was that the taxes would bring in a lot of money to the state. My husband & I still didn’t vote for it as we knew it would just bring problems, some unforeseen. Problems include a large increase in the homeless population, some college kids have died, very young kids ( under 5) getting into their parents pot & winding up… Read more »
Syn Hope
Guest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuH8StEEvN4

Excellent comments, watch the above link.

ringostarr1
Guest
Pot will not be a windfall for Colorado. Because pot heads are first and foremost law breakers, a vast bootlegging (tax avoidance) operation will spring up in the wake of pot legalization. Pot heads are past, present, and future masters of violating pot possession laws so what makes you good people think that that the pot business will miraculously reform its self in the face of piddling tax collectors with a clipboard and a badge, when every up armored police force in Colorado failed to stop the flow of drugs with assault rifles, armored cars, and bullet proof vests?
colsooonscoorner
Guest

Pretty tight islimeology there,.islime or nuttin! Was wondering if some of those islimists were down wind of the crop they were burning. They might have got a lil rush off of that. LOL