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I was trying to equate European intolerance of the 1930s to European intolerance of the 21st Century.X-mo-1979 said:I know your trying to make a nexus between the two. And no doubt there are similarities. However comparing the swiss to Nazi Germany isnt right either.
Maybe not. In one sentence you state that nobody is getting cracked down upon. The next, you state that the people are voting on some sort of damage to Moslems. That makes no sense to me.X-mo-1979 said:The fact is the swiss or anyone else infact cannot "target" anyone. No one is getting "cracked down on" as it isnt politically correct to do so. These people may have voted to do some form of "damage" towards the muslim population, as it isnt politically correct to do anything else.Maybe?
This is where I totally agree with you, and that this is one of the major problems. I would offer that we don't target moslem violence, but we target violence: moslem, christian or jewish or hindi or whatever.X-mo-1979 said:It is not politically correct to protest against muslim violence, or take legal action (apparently) against them.
(Your example of one dude in a street gang torturing and killing a Jewish fellow I could counter with examples of street gangs killing and/or torturing moslems, homosexuals, whatever).
Now, in reference to the Koran, I've never read it from cover to cover. I'm also fairly certain that there are some "suspect" parts in the Holy Bible that could be (and have been) taken out of context in order to spread hate and filth.