Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
It's because of barbarians like this piece of rotten trash:<br><br>[color:blue](AP) The man on trial for the murder of filmmaker Theo van Gogh admitted his guilt in court Tuesday, declaring he acted out of religious conviction and would do it again if given the chance. </font color=blue><br><br>More here...<br><br>---<br>
It's the one thing I've never understood about political disagreement in certain parts of the world. <br><br>In some places, if somebody disagrees about politics, they might kill you, bomb you or burn your house down. <br><br>Here in the states, if I disagree with somebody about politics, I just flame them in a web forum and then go watch TV. <br><br>
I think its because in some of the parts of the world you are talking about they are not allowed to disagree, or speak freely, about politics. You can imagine how that might eventually build up to violence.<br><br>
Unfortunately some people get the wrong message out of the Bible or Kuran or whatever book/philosophy. Fanatacism/extremism is something that I just don't see going away unfortunately. People are truly idiots at times and fight over the dumbest things.<br><br>But this guy..to say to the victim's mother that he "Cannot feel her pain" should be taken out and MADE to feel that pain! <br><br>
Loc: the ancient forests of MiddleE...
This is why I refuse to have religion despite having my share of it forced into me as a child.<br>Religion is a habit and habits can be very dangerous.<br>Having observed the changes made in others who indulge in this habit, I decided it was too dangerous for me.<br><br><br>but where will we be when the future comes?
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