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11-02-2010 11:31 AM
PaoloSmythe The introduction of legally binding Sharia courts into the UK is no big deal.

The courts are used to determine civil cases not criminal ones and both parties involved in any litigation have to agree to the Sharia court conducting the proceedings.

I'm aware of the expectation placed upon immigrants to assimilate into the new land they choose to call home and having learnt the canuckian anthem, i like to think that i lead by example.

But i can also appreciate that some need their god bothering indulgences catered for, beyond my meagre, heathen ways.

Ultimately i think all religious subject matter is bollocks and no where close to dictating a person's life; but if such is to be permitted those who hold great value in things such as Sharia determination need to be recognised. Ignorance of a major aspect of an ever growing population's lifestyle will not see it fade away, it will force it underground.

The current UK legal system is based upon Christian values (as if these are anything to brag about). A choice between conventional UK law and Sharia, will allow those involved to choose a setting best biased to benefit them. A well known expression: the law is an ass.

it is now Ass 2.0
10-30-2010 09:28 PM
justdust Amen to that.
10-30-2010 02:42 PM
Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
While I support the idea of everyone getting the hell out of that shit hole, I also do not like this idea of kissing the ass of everything Islam. It seems that even atheist advocate unreasonable "tolerance" for everything Islam. It is a diseased, evil religion like the rest and while being tolerated, should not be rammed down the throats of everybody.

In Britain, Islam is corrupting the western judicial system and Sharia courts are being established to actually circumvent British law. This goes too far and I say "fuck Islam" when it goes this far.

I tend to walk a different path with my fellow liberals on this issue. Too often, liberals are apologists for Islam. Sorry, it is a sick, violent and repressive religion and has no place in western government or courts.
FUck religions. All of them. They are only a political tool. WAKE UP!
10-29-2010 07:21 PM
tAo77 It's already begun.

Irregular Times Blog Archive Religion Motivates Opposition To Keith Ellison

This is just down the road from my dist, and it makes great local news...and yes he was sworn in on the Qur'an. Congressional Swearing-In on the Quran
10-29-2010 06:00 PM
Cavman London is now referred to Londinistan
10-28-2010 10:48 PM
InfiniteEclipse I think that just speaks to how uncreative muslims are when it comes to names.. I know too many moes and its pissing me off, its hard to keep track of who says what..

Watch, a battle will ensue next year were the Olivers will reclaim their position. I'm sure there will be an expecting-british-mothers-unite facebook group about it
10-28-2010 10:04 PM
tAo77 Mohammed is now the most popular name for baby boys ahead of Jack and Harry | Mail Online

What is Britain doing?
10-28-2010 07:14 AM
Fighting Terrorism - European Style

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