David66

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  1. Hello Muhajir, Interesting perspective. As you have seen, it will not be well received on Shia Chat. It is a very "black and white" internet space. But, please keep posting. I am sure many find your views interesting even if they do not speak up. Best Regards, David
  2. ^ Hello, Nice inflammatory pictures you posted above. It really does not facilitate rational discourse on the issue. As far as your response, I wonder if you would take have the same view if Mohamed1993 was assaulted with rocks and bottles by a group of Christian kids while holding up his "I'm Muslim and I'm here and there's NOTHING you can do about it, as much as you want to" sign? According to your premise, if Mohamed1993 does so at a place he is not welcome then it is okay. LOL! Right out of the Liberal play book. Cause a scene, make noise, assault others, any means is justified to prevent those with differing views from practicing their right to free speech. Your post in this thread have a theme of "look how stupid and paranoid some Americans are." Maybe a more constructive approach would be to not assume all concerned Americans are uneducated, redneck, neo-nazi, bigots. And instead, lead a discussion on why many Americans are concerned about this issue. All the Best, David
  3. Hello, Very humorous. However, many Americans see what is happening in Europe and are concerned. It is not the Catholics renting trucks and trying to run people down. It is not the Protestants blowing themselves up in the middle of a bunch of kids during a concert. Here is what happend when a group of Christians wanted to "counter-protest." (There is some rude language.) So much for free speech, at least in Dearborn, MI. In my opinion, if you look at these protest against Sharia law as just a bunch of looneytoons that have now rational basis for their concern then you are ignoring events that are occurring in Europe and even here in the United States. All the Best, David
  4. Hello, It is a code word masterfully disguised as a tweet typo. Don't worry, all of us Freemasons, Neo-Colonist, Zionist, Neo-Nazis, Illuminati etc. know what to do. All the Best, David
  5. Hello, I do not think this statements fits with the events as they have been reported. As reported, there was no way the Saudi's could be controlling this particular event. From what I have read, a column of armored vehicles were moving on al-Tanf without air cover or air defense units. An egregious tactical mistake. US aircraft intercepted the convoy and fired warning shots. The convoy continued toward al-Tanf. The only explanations I can see for this continuation in these circumstances is 1) The column commander or regional commander thought the warning shots were a bluff. This is hard to imagine based on the American use of airpower in Syria to date. Or 2) an American use of force was the objective of the operation. All the Best, David
  6. Hello, The timing of this is very suspicious. Whether you think the US should be there or not, based on what I have read, it seems Iranian controlled forces practically goaded the US into a response. And, only a few hours before the Iranian elections began. I would think such an event would definitely benefit the conservative candidates. Could this actually be a ploy to effect the Iranian election? All the Best, David
  7. ^ Hello, Why do I not have the right to make the comment? And, I was not being ironic. Chinese criminal groups are one of the largest producers of methamphetamine and the chemicals needed to make methamphetamine in the World. “China has become a hub for illicit drug consumption, drug and precursor chemical trafficking, and money laundering activities.” “China remains the primary source of the precursor chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine consumed in the United States and is one of the world’s top producers and exporters of precursor chemicals,” http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/aug/29/the-china-drug-connection/ (The China connection, August 29, 2016 The Washington Times) A more efficient route to the West will only aid this illicit trade. Add to that the road passing through the region of the world where 90 percent of the Worlds opium poppy is grown and I think you will agree my characterization of the proposed road could well be accurate. And, of course the United States and the rest of the "West" is part of the problem. Typically, a person in the West can pay a more to get their fix. And this influx of money is what helps fuel the drug trade. All the Best, David
  8. Hello, If completed, which I doubt, It will become known as "The Meth & Opiate Highway." Lets see, one of the most corrupt nations on Earth leading a multi-national, multi-billion dollar project through one the most corrupt and unstable areas on Earth. What could go wrong? All the Best, David
  9. ^ Hello, 2012 Burgas Bus Bombng https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Burgas_bus_bombing 1992 attack on Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1992_attack_on_Israeli_embassy_in_Buenos_Aires I assume the remainder of your post was meant to be comical. All the Best, David
  10. Hello, Shia Muslims have used suicide bombers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1983_Beirut_barracks_bombings An excerpt, The chain of command likely ran from the government of Iran; to Iran's Ambassador to Syria, Ali Akbar Mohtashamipur, located in Damascus; to Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander Hossein Dehghan in Beirut as the Iranians drew on assets in Lebanon.[2] Hezbollah, Iran, and Syria have continued to deny any involvement in any of the bombings, even though the Iranian government erected a monument in Tehran to commemorate the 1983 bombings and its "martyrs" in 2004.[3] All the Best, David
  11. Hello, That is cool and thank you very much for your time and dedication. Sometimes the lines are long but that is one of the great thing about the voting process in the United States. The volunteers do a great job, they are so friendly and you can see the pride they take in being a part of the voting process. It makes you proud to be an American. Thanks Again, David
  12. Hello, Yes. I think that is the core of the Democrat's strategy. If you make an accusation enough times and over a long enough period of time a segment of the population will start to believe it. Therefore, Democrats will continue to quote this mantra, even though there is no evidence to support it, until the cows come home. The facts are, much to LeftCoastMom's chagrin, Bernie Sanders is too far left to be elected President of the United States. Maybe he would have a chance in Denmark. And the Clintons are too corrupt. I grew up in Arkansas so believe me, I know. That left Trump. Will he be perfect? No. Will he be better than Bernie and Hillary? Yes. Might Trump become a great President? I think the odds are in his favor. All the Best, David
  13. Hello, Just another example of the liberal's lack of decorum. All the Best, David
  14. ^ Hello, And you did not answer mine. Sorry. But this is not the definition of racism. All the Best, David
  15. Hello, Are you insinuating that I am racist? I have not seen any actual photos of this eight year old girl. Maybe you have. But if not, why are you assuming she is not a "blue eyed white kid?" Many of our public schools have been reduced to daycare centers instead of places of learning. I think LeftCoastMom can attest to this. It is not for lack of funds or good teachers. It is because a large segment of the student population in some schools have no respect for authority. And, this young girl is a good example of this regardless of her religion, skin tone, eye color, choice of shoes, lunch preferences or her families wealth or lack there of. All the Best, David