Discussion (8)¬

  1. louis says:

    it reminds me of how in the US anyone who doesn’t roll over and let christians have their way is ‘oppressing’ christians. that those w/ hegemony can claim victimhood only emphasizes their already obvious delusions.

  2. JohnnieCanuck says:

    And here I thought I was doing them a favour by criticising them.

    Persecution is supposed to be one of the best things to happen to Christians, isn’t it? It’s probably the same for Muslims, given the way they carry on.

  3. TB says:

    Persecution against muslims just piss them off further. Muslims arent passive as Christos.

  4. mudstew says:

    Those damned secularists, always voicing thier opinion on religion! 8) It’s my goal in life to turn at least one person on to the truth, and I almost had him, but when I started to hit home, he plugged his ears and ran out of the room. I figure that’s because the things I was saying were too logical for him. It was quite an experience. I hope to reproduce it again. All I need is a bottle of tequila and an expensive hotel room in a foreign country…

  5. […] all religious beliefs be respected? Of course not. Respect should be […]

  6. It takes political clout to be certified as a victim; why shouldn’t the dominant group do it?

  7. Max says:

    Because it makes no sense. The majority is [i]rarely[/i] persecuted, and is usually the persecutor.

    Also, I think it takes more social clout than political clout to be recognized as a victim.


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