At 9/22/06 01:57 AM, fli wrote:
What's the difference between Bin Ladin and Eric Robert Rudolph?
At 9/22/06 01:00 AM, FeeFee85 wrote:
I dont know the crusades and the witchs trial and the inquisition were no joke.
Those were hundreds of years ago, we still have radical Muslims trying to kill infidels.
Now, Fifi'85' we have that wonderful, extremist, racist, religiously 'exclusive' and general all round asshole club, the KKK still running around in 'secret' in the US. This may be a long shot, but to all you nutters out there, have a look at what Christian radicals look like. Like Casper wearing sheets too big for himself, with a wierd fucking mask.
And the 'Hundreds of years ago' ?
what's the difference? Has humanity evolved to new, higher levels of killing? or is your argument full of shit? I'd say the latter.
A terrorist would slice your throat in a heartbeat to hijack a plane and kill thousands of people. What's a radical Christian going to do? Say homosexuals are the devil? oh noez~
yes, oh noez indeed. First, read my first half of this post. Second, i'd say that committing a person to hell for eternity for believing in deviance from the christian norm is a no-no. Dickheads (read as "radical christians") will evidently do a lot more than that. I'd say massacaring innocents in the inquisition, by torture most foul ( I love that line), or the slaughtering of entire cities in the Crusades, adds up to more than 'thousands'. Adolf Hitler was a supportive christian
"In later life, Hitler's religious beliefs present a discrepant picture: In public statements, he frequently spoke positively about the Christian heritage of German culture and belief in Christ. Hitler’s private statements, reported by his intimates, are more mixed, showing Hitler as a religious but also anti-Christian man. However, in contrast to other Nazi leaders, Hitler did not adhere to esoteric ideas, occultism, or neo-paganism, and possibly even ridiculed such beliefs in private, but rather advocated a "Positive Christianity", a belief system purged from what he objected to in traditional Christianity, and reinvented Jesus as a fighter against the Jews."
anyway, so a Christianity supporter, massacred millions for his cause.