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Unethical danes, childlabour, MIG and murderers in al-qaida.

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Ok, childlabour is disgusting no doubt about it but the so called “ethical” countries such as Sweden do in fact have childlabour. Not 10 year old children but between 12-17. A person, according to swedish law, is a child/minor until that person turns 18 years old. I know many who started to work when they were children. It was actually very common to start working fulltime as 15 year old 30-40 years ago. On the same note, if danish banks are “unethical” because they invest in armament… that maybe gives countries like Israel a better chance to defend themself i’m all for it. People, especially journalists, need to get their heads out of their asses and smell the air. No one likes Hamas, if you aren’t a retard that is or a leftwing extremist. Nazis i assume do love Hamas but their are just as morons as AFA etc but much smaller in numbers so i don’t even count them in.

Al-Qaida. Lovely thing. Don’t you just love fanatical morons who murder innocent people because a country didn’t want to set free another fantacital moron that’s in a UK prison? Why don’t we, the real countries in the world, adapt the same tactics? Let’s start murder random people to get our will through. No one would miss sandboxes as Iraq if it was nuked. Would be a great parking lot as well.

Lastly. Dan Eliasson. You are the retard of the month. Grats. It’s only the 3rd of June and you already got the reward. This video is the first thing i had in mind reading this article.

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June 3, 2009 at 11:08

I love logic. I really do.

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Richard Dawkins (my personal hero) explains quite well how people in general draw illogical conclusions about things they don’t understand nor want to understand. Scroll to 8:00 for the part i mean.

This is of course the illogical conclusions Mr. Hedi Bel Habib draws in his article at newsmill.se. Translation here. What i mean is this, if you use the same ordered list Dawkins use:

  1. We have phenomenon A and B.
  2. Phenomenon A criticize religion.
  3. Phenomenon B does not criticize religion.
  4. I don’t understand how A can change anything regarding religion X.
  5. Therefore phenomenon B is the right thing to do.

And for the record if anyone has missed it… religion is in fact a political tool. Read the disturbing news what religion does on the political scene here and here (swedish). I give my full support to people like Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Read this article regarding her criticism of Islam.

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April 1, 2009 at 14:22

Human rights council bans criticism of religion.

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UNHCR did what everyone though was ludicrous. They have voted for a resolution that bans the criticism of religion and the only religion meantioned in the resolution is Islam. This is highly strange as UN’s mission is to protect individuals, not religion. With this resolution UN itself has most likely contributed to the spread of hate and intolerance against religious groups.

Washington Times

Europenews.dk

An almost two year old article written by Lisbeth Lindeborg in dn.se gives a good explanation to the lack of criticism of religion and especielly Islam in Swedish media. Read about it in this google translated link.

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March 30, 2009 at 15:34

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