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Re: Can We Ban Islam?
Reply #50 - 07/17/11 at 22:05:59
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Only way to stop Islam and its awful creed is to abolish it - totally.  It should have already long been abolished based on its seditious character, in violation of the Constitution (Supremacy Clause). [/quote]


The only way, then, to remove Islam from the protection of the Consitution would be to exlude any religion, the creed of which requires its involvement in the affairs of government.

The Consitutional prohibition works both ways, government out of religion, and religion out of government.  It cannot be denied that Islam, through its insistence on Sharia, violates that doctrine.

Now, we just have to find someone with the guts to declare the obvious.
  
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Re: Can We Ban Islam?
Reply #51 - 08/04/11 at 13:26:46
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Second thoughts:  Islam, as a religion, can become a dangerous threat to our country in two distinct ways.  It can, through burgeoning immigration, change the demographics so that it can control government through the democratic process.  Or, an individual can infiltrate government and gain positions of control.

Years ago, the Catholic church, recognizing that voters feared Catholics in positions of political power, forbade their clerics from running for political office.  The Muslims should do no less if they wish to retain the cover of the first Amendment..

The problem is that, while other religions usually have a single governing head, the Muslims do not.  Instead, they are split into warring factions, making it difficult to deal with an overall authority.

They are all united,however, in their fealty to the Koran, and unless they are willing to publicly abandon those portions of the Koran, which demand their participation in violence against non-Muslims, the religion, itself, should be removed from the protection of the first Amendment.
  
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Reply #52 - 08/05/11 at 03:15:42
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Can we ban the Catholic Church as well then?  I'm sure there are a lot of alter boys whose lives are as ruined as anyone who has been hurt by Islam.

Throughout history a lot of evils have been carried out under the name of religion.  You can't ban one unless you're going to ban them all.
  
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Reply #53 - 08/05/11 at 07:20:33
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Can we ban the Catholic Church as well then?  I'm sure there are a lot of alter boys whose lives are as ruined as anyone who has been hurt by Islam.

Throughout history a lot of evils have been carried out under the name of religion.  You can't ban one unless you're going to ban them all.


Albeit a bit late, the Catholic Church is trying to clean up its own mess.    When Islam does the same thing, as an official policy, their status as a religion would be greatly improved.
  
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Reply #54 - 08/06/11 at 01:28:14
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What the Catholic church did was systematic and planned out.  Although individual terrorist cells and groups may be Islamic it is not Islamic policy to perform acts of terror.  To "Ban" Islam would be very un-American indeed.
  
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Re: Can We Ban Islam?
Reply #55 - 08/27/11 at 17:27:45
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It is not a question of 'banning' Islam.  Defining 'religion', however, would require that any self-proclaimed religion divest itself from any claims of secular authority.  In the case of Islam, if it were to claim that it complied, but actually continued to strive for political power, such behavior would automatically remove it from the protection of the First Amendment.
There is nothing Constitutionally contradictory about that.
  
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