Sunday, December 03, 2006

In U.S., fear and distrust of Muslims runs deep

Radio host Jerry Klein staged a hoax on the air and suggested that all Muslims in the United States should be identified with a crescent-shape tattoo or a distinctive arm band. Many xenophobes called in and actually agreed with his statement

1 Comments:

At 10:22 PM, Blogger scrotum2 said...

Xenophobe or common sense logic? The religion has no forgive and forget philosophy. They are demonstrating that now in Iraq. It is revenge 5 times over.. Why we are not banning Muslims from entering the United States, and not monitoring the ones here now baffles me.

I remember talking to a fellow worker around Nov 1999, about an article I read in Newsweek, regarding Arabs going to flight school, learning how to fly, but not land, and no one understood why. I said it was obvious they planned to fly planes into a high rise building, probably the WTC in NYC, since that was the original target. November of 2001 he emailed me from Germany and asked how did I know 911 was going to happen.. He remembered our conversation 2 years prior.

Am I a claravoint, or are these people in the CIA, FBI, Homeland Security to stupid to determine the obvious?

I was working for DOD at that time, and was working foreign military sales (FMS) programs to Saudi and Kuwait. Arab's pride themselves in who can tell the biggest lie, to the infidel. I was fed up and have since accepted an early retirement, far away from the political BS and correctness of the US Government.

Hopefully, there is a Presidential Candidate in 2008 that has more common sense than political correctness.

 

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