Friday, May 23, 2008

If This Doesn’t Make You Feel Sick in Your Stomach, Then I Do Not Know What Will!


The Dawning of a New Dark Age (Paperback - UK)
The Dawning of a New Dark Age (Hardback - UK)

11 comments:

The Anti-Jihadist said...

Argh, the video is 'no longer available.'

Anonymous said...

Sensitive mummies and dumbass Brits:

The decision, which has prompted wholesale derision, came after Manchester Museum said it had received ‘feedback’ from the public saying it was ‘insensitive to display unwrapped mummies’.

Having ordered the cover up, managers claim they are following Government policy and are carrying out a public consultation.

Last night the museum, whose Egyptian department has a worldwide reputation, was accused of being ridiculous and told it risked becoming a ‘laughing stock’.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1020891/Museum-laughing-stock-bosses-cover-historic-naked-mummies.html

-hutchrun

Mark said...

Anti-Jihadist:

I don't understand what you mean. It's still available for me. I just started playing it. Perhaps you should try again.

Mark said...

Anonymous:

If your comment ties in with this post, I fail to understand how. Your comments are far too cryptic for a simple person such as I.

Anonymous said...

Mark, sorry the notice comes up "this video no longer available"
Yours may be playing locally from your hard-drive.
What was it about?

Flanders Fields said...

Mark and AJ, Just to let you know, I had no problem with the video. Your cookies may reject at this site, AJ.

Mark said...

Please try this LINK to view the video.

It seems to be still available.

See if it sickens you as much as it sickened me.

Anonymous said...

I watched the entire video waiting for something shocking that should make me feel sick in my stomach. All I saw was a group of people gathering and practicing their right to follow the religion of their choice. While I disagree with your hateful views, I feel you have the right to hold them, just as these people have the right to hold theirs. Religion should never be restricted. It's extremism (from all religions) that have done damage throughout history, not the sense of meaning and connection people find in faith.

Mark said...

Anonymous:

I watched the entire video waiting for something shocking that should make me feel sick in my stomach. All I saw was a group of people gathering and practicing their right to follow the religion of their choice.

You have totally missed the point! What is sickening is these people buying into those fairy stories, buying into a 'religion' which is out to destroy our very existence.

Read this, and maybe then, just maybe, you will begin to understand what I am driving at.

While I disagree with your hateful views, I feel you have the right to hold them, just as these people have the right to hold theirs.

I beg your pardon, Sir. I do not hold hateful views. What I call hateful is holding views and following a so-called religion which is out to destroy anyone and everyone who doesn't subscribe to it. Now THAT is hateful!

Religion should never be restricted.

I disagree with you! Fundamentally, too! If a religion, any religion, is out to destroy our civilization, out to kill so-called infidels, out to kill homosexuals, and for whom Jews are simply 'apes and pigs', etc, then that religion, if religion it can be called, should indeed be restricted.

It's extremism (from all religions) that have done damage throughout history, not the sense of meaning and connection people find in faith.

Islam IS an extreme RELIGION, and followers of that faith have a propensity to fanaticism to boot.

hellosnackbar said...

A muslim in converasation with a friend of mine told him that "fossils" were a fiendish plot to discredit islam.
And there's me thinking that the madrassas had a paleontology department.

Anonymous said...

That's funny. I heard the exact same argument from a Christian once, stating that dinosaurs and fossils were created to discredit Christianity.