Quoting a previous RC Guff contribution:-
In a nut shell, all us scum infedels are
Actually, that's kind of identical in thrust to the preachings of the Born Again Christian brigade, or indeed, the Christian fundamentalists that make their absolute fortunes out of throwing god-FEARING, or more properly, death-fearing in the face of the susceptible.
All those years of the offshore stations broadcasting their messages of hate, hell and damnation have probably desensitized a lot of us from realising it's the same hate that the Muslim fundamentalists preach, just re-packaged to our lifestyles and language.
I used to believe we should live and let live, allowing those with the mental disorder of these Middle Eastern originating religions to just get on with their millions of years-old feuding, but I keep feeling they are endangering normal people nowadays, i.e. me!
So, now I'm of the opinion that religions should either be banned or at the very least carry a publicly declared health warning a bit like packets of cigarettes now do. That would be a great placard to see outside each church, mosque, temple, synagogue or whatever the indoctrination centre is called, "Warning: Religion kills."
I thought hate preaching was a crime but they still frequent the area on
a regular basis flouting laws preaching anti british hate.
To be fair, all religions preach hate. That's what they are for, and how they work by having elements of 'inside' and an 'outside' that you struggle to belong to. There is always a victim to, at the very least, be mocked or pitied, or at the other extreme to be tortured to death.
I'm not sure which has the greater 'head count' of death and torture. I think Islamic fundamentalists are catching up, but they still have some way to go to level peg the Catholics.
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