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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:37 pm

whistlingwings wrote:It's obvious you

1.) Do not personally know any American Muslims
2.) Do not personally know any active duty military personnel who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan, or have not asked them their opinion about American Muslims
3.) Even when faced with concrete fact, like the Navy's own website explaining they were created to fight the British, stick to your delusions

Continue with your rants, mr. forum moderator. We'll sit back and enjoy your delusions :smile:


Do you have any data to support that?


Yes: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline ... e-numbers/
Only 5% of American Muslims have a somewhat favorable view of Al Qaeda. Similar to the percentage of American Christians who have a favorable view of racist/hate groups.

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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:42 pm

It may not be politically correct to state historically accurate facts, and that is what has gotten ww's panties in a wad. Tough pill to swallow eh ww.... :hi:
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:50 pm

:lol3: lets ask some Navy vets. Navy vets: when was the Navy founded? Was it founded to fight the British, as the Navy maintains, or is mr. forum moderator correct that the Navy was founded to fight Muslims? :lol3:


This says it all on Muslim Americans:
"Survey’s surprising finding: tea party less popular than atheists and Muslims"
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/surv ... 20531.html
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:54 pm

The true history really bothers you and I find that funny! :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:57 pm

Indaswamp wrote:The true history really bothers you and I find that funny! :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:


:lol: So the Navy is lying about their history? Because right on the Navy's own website, they say they were founded to fight the British. That's a lie? The October 13th "birthday" that the Navy celebrates is all a lie?

Here's their website again in case you lost it: http://www.history.navy.mil/birthday.htm
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:03 pm

whistlingwings wrote:
Indaswamp wrote:The true history really bothers you and I find that funny! :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:


:lol: So the Navy is lying about their history? Because right on the Navy's own website, they say they were founded to fight the British. That's a lie? The October 13th "birthday" that the Navy celebrates is all a lie?

You have a reading comprehension issue. Do I need to translate this:
Whereas the depredations committed by the Algerine corsairs on the commerce of the United States render it necessary that a naval force should be provided for its protection:

for you?

dep·re·da·tion
ˌdeprəˈdāSHən/
noun
plural noun: depredations

1.
an act of attacking or plundering.
"protecting grain from the depredations of rats and mice"
synonyms: plundering, plunder, looting, pillaging, robbery; More


cor·sair
ˌkôrˈse(ə)r/
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plural noun: corsairs

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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:05 pm

Nope, I read that. You're continually side-stepping my questions:

So the Navy is lying about their history? Because right on the Navy's own website, they say they were founded to fight the British. That's a lie? The October 13th "birthday" that the Navy celebrates is all a lie?

Here's their website again in case you lost it: http://www.history.navy.mil/birthday.htm
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:20 pm

whistlingwings wrote:Nope, I read that. You're continually side-stepping my questions:

So the Navy is lying about their history? Because right on the Navy's own website, they say they were founded to fight the British. That's a lie? The October 13th "birthday" that the Navy celebrates is all a lie?

Here's their website again in case you lost it: http://www.history.navy.mil/birthday.htm

Let's see...who am I going to believe, the actual text of the act as written and submitted to the congressional record, or a Public relations website? Hmm, Gee Wolly....

History lesson for you-actual unaltered texts trumps modern revisionist history.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:28 pm

From the Library of Congress:

Gerard W. Gawalt is the manuscript specialist for early American history in the Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

Ruthless, unconventional foes are not new to the United States of America. More than two hundred years ago the newly established United States made its first attempt to fight an overseas battle to protect its private citizens by building an international coalition against an unconventional enemy. Then the enemies were pirates and piracy. The focus of the United States and a proposed international coalition was the Barbary Pirates of North Africa.

Pirate ships and crews from the North African states of Tripoli, Tunis, Morocco, and Algiers (the Barbary Coast) were the scourge of the Mediterranean. Capturing merchant ships and holding their crews for ransom provided the rulers of these nations with wealth and naval power. In fact, the Roman Catholic Religious Order of Mathurins had operated from France for centuries with the special mission of collecting and disbursing funds for the relief and ransom of prisoners of Mediterranean pirates.

Before the United States obtained its independence in the American Revolution, 1775-83, American merchant ships and sailors had been protected from the ravages of the North African pirates by the naval and diplomatic power of Great Britain. British naval power and the tribute or subsidies Britain paid to the piratical states protected American vessels and crews. During the Revolution, the ships of the United States were protected by the 1778 alliance with France, which required the French nation to protect "American vessels and effects against all violence, insults, attacks, or depredations, on the part of the said Princes and States of Barbary or their subjects."

After the United States won its independence in the treaty of 1783, it had to protect its own commerce against dangers such as the Barbary pirates. As early as 1784 Congress followed the tradition of the European shipping powers and appropriated $80,000 as tribute to the Barbary states, directing its ministers in Europe, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, to begin negotiations with them. Trouble began the next year, in July 1785, when Algerians captured two American ships and the dey of Algiers held their crews of twenty-one people for a ransom of nearly $60,000.

Thomas Jefferson, United States minister to France, opposed the payment of tribute, as he later testified in words that have a particular resonance today. In his autobiography Jefferson wrote that in 1785 and 1786 he unsuccessfully "endeavored to form an association of the powers subject to habitual depredation from them. I accordingly prepared, and proposed to their ministers at Paris, for consultation with their governments, articles of a special confederation." Jefferson argued that "The object of the convention shall be to compel the piratical States to perpetual peace." Jefferson prepared a detailed plan for the interested states. "Portugal, Naples, the two Sicilies, Venice, Malta, Denmark and Sweden were favorably disposed to such an association," Jefferson remembered, but there were "apprehensions" that England and France would follow their own paths, "and so it fell through."

Paying the ransom would only lead to further demands, Jefferson argued in letters to future presidents John Adams, then America's minister to Great Britain, and James Monroe, then a member of Congress. As Jefferson wrote to Adams in a July 11, 1786, letter, "I acknolege [sic] I very early thought it would be best to effect a peace thro' the medium of war." Paying tribute will merely invite more demands, and even if a coalition proves workable, the only solution is a strong navy that can reach the pirates,


And here is Jefferson addressing the strong opposition to a standing U.S. Naval Force:
Jefferson argued in an August 18, 1786, letter to James Monroe: "The states must see the rod; perhaps it must be felt by some one of them. . . . Every national citizen must wish to see an effective instrument of coercion, and should fear to see it on any other element than the water. A naval force can never endanger our liberties, nor occasion bloodshed; a land force would do both." "From what I learn from the temper of my countrymen and their tenaciousness of their money," Jefferson added in a December 26, 1786, letter to the president of Yale College, Ezra Stiles, "it will be more easy to raise ships and men to fight these pirates into reason, than money to bribe them."


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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby SpinnerMan » Mon Nov 25, 2013 3:47 pm

From the Navy website.

The Continental Navy was disbanded and the United States was without a navy for awhile.

http://www.history.navy.mil/history/history2.htm

The debate over naval policy was both economic and philosophical. Many Americans, among them Thomas Jefferson, later minister to the French court from 1785 to 1789, favored a naval response. Jefferson wrote in the fall of 1784: "We ought to begin a naval power, if we mean to carry on our commerce. Can we begin it on a more honorable occasion, or with a weaker foe?"

I'm guessing Jefferson didn't think Britain was a weaker foe. :no:

BTW, where does it say it was founded to fight the Brits?

http://www.history.navy.mil/birthday.htm

It's a bit of semantics here, but the Continental Navy is not the United States Navy. Yes, we all trace our roots to the Revolutionary War, but the United States of America as it exists was legally formed with the ratification of the Constitution, but we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

After the American War for Independence, Congress sold the surviving ships of the Continental Navy and released the seamen and officers. The Constitution of the United States, ratified in 1789, empowered Congress "to provide and maintain a navy." Acting on this authority, Congress ordered the construction and manning of six frigates in 1794, and the War Department administered naval affairs from that year until Congress established the Department of the Navy on 30 April 1798.


Why did was the Navy recreated after being disbanded? Clearly the actions of the Muslim pirates was a big factor, but not the only one.

That's what it seems pretty clearly.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:27 pm

This is in the congressional record too....
In March 1785, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams went to London to negotiate with Tripoli's envoy, Ambassador Sidi Haji Abdrahaman (or Sidi Haji Abdul Rahman Adja). Upon inquiring "concerning the ground of the pretensions to make war upon nations who had done them no injury", the ambassador replied:

It was written in their Koran, that all nations which had not acknowledged the Prophet were sinners, whom it was the right and duty of the faithful to plunder and enslave; and that every mussulman who was slain in this warfare was sure to go to paradise. He said, also, that the man who was the first to board a vessel had one slave over and above his share, and that when they sprang to the deck of an enemy's ship, every sailor held a dagger in each hand and a third in his mouth; which usually struck such terror into the foe that they cried out for quarter at once. [19]
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:35 pm

"Peace is better than war, but war is better than (paying) tribute [jiyza tax]"-James Madison
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:23 pm

Crazy "Navy created to fight Muslims" idea aside, this is the response you're going to get from 99% of our servicemen and women if you spew hate toward anyone based on the religion they follow:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3di8Vw15XY
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby ScaupHunter » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:41 pm

What is crazy is a clueless liberal claiming he speaks for any citizen much less military personnel, active or veteran. I killed my share of Muslims in Iraq in 2003 / 2004. Many of my relatives including two brothers have added to that count. My family presently has over 20 tours spent hunting Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan. We did not fight for Iraq or its freedom. We fought for the ideal of free choice, for the men standing next to us, and for the ideals our nation stands for. I could give two craps less if every Muslim on this planet disappeared to tomorrow. I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different. I come from a long line of them, and know quite literally thousand of them from my time in the service.

Do not speak for anyone who has served unless you have done so yourself. Others try it here and get mocked as complete dumb azzes. I will happy say that all Muslims who integrate and obey our laws are welcome here. I will also say that those who do not need to be hunted down, deported, or tried and executed. You really need to read your history and get a grip on reality. Separation of Church and State and Freedom of religion are not synonymous. Today's version of that separation is a bastardization that is not constitutional in any way.

By the way, Inda is handing you your butt and you are not smart enough to see it. Time to stop stomping on your own **** there WW.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:47 pm

whistlingwings wrote:Crazy "Navy created to fight Muslims" idea aside, this is the response you're going to get from 99% of our servicemen and women if you spew hate toward anyone based on the religion they follow:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3di8Vw15XY

right...it's so crazy that it is the opening sentence in the Naval Act of 1794. :thumbsup: and you claim I"M delusional....
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:49 pm

ScaupHunter wrote:What is crazy is a clueless liberal claiming he speaks for any citizen much less military personnel, active or veteran. I killed my share of Muslims in Iraq in 2003 / 2004. Many of my relatives including two brothers have added to that count. My family presently has over 20 tours spent hunting Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan. We did not fight for Iraq or its freedom. We fought for the ideal of free choice, for the men standing next to us, and for the ideals our nation stands for. I could give two craps less if every Muslim on this planet disappeared to tomorrow. I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different. I come from a long line of them, and know quite literally thousand of them from my time in the service.

Do not speak for anyone who has served unless you have done so yourself. Others try it here and get mocked as complete dumb azzes. I will happy say that all Muslims who integrate and obey our laws are welcome here. I will also say that those who do not need to be hunted down, deported, or tried and executed. You really need to read your history and get a grip on reality. Separation of Church and State and Freedom of religion are not synonymous. Today's version of that separation is a bastardization that is not constitutional in any way.

By the way, Inda is handing you your butt and you are not smart enough to see it. Time to stop stomping on your own **** there WW.



:lol3: give me a break, you didn't serve squat. If you did, you would never say "I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different." I have worked with many many many servicemen and women in my time in the defense department, and have many many family members who have and do. You are completely full of BS "I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different."

If you actually did serve, and have family members who do serve (which I highly doubt) who would agree with your "I could give two craps less if every Muslim on this planet disappeared to tomorrow. I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different." why don't you go ahead and list names, ranks, etc.

Total complete BS, you are completely full of it. 99% of service members I know would never spew religious-based hate.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:52 pm

whistlingwings wrote:
ScaupHunter wrote:What is crazy is a clueless liberal claiming he speaks for any citizen much less military personnel, active or veteran. I killed my share of Muslims in Iraq in 2003 / 2004. Many of my relatives including two brothers have added to that count. My family presently has over 20 tours spent hunting Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan. We did not fight for Iraq or its freedom. We fought for the ideal of free choice, for the men standing next to us, and for the ideals our nation stands for. I could give two craps less if every Muslim on this planet disappeared to tomorrow. I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different. I come from a long line of them, and know quite literally thousand of them from my time in the service.

Do not speak for anyone who has served unless you have done so yourself. Others try it here and get mocked as complete dumb azzes. I will happy say that all Muslims who integrate and obey our laws are welcome here. I will also say that those who do not need to be hunted down, deported, or tried and executed. You really need to read your history and get a grip on reality. Separation of Church and State and Freedom of religion are not synonymous. Today's version of that separation is a bastardization that is not constitutional in any way.

By the way, Inda is handing you your butt and you are not smart enough to see it. Time to stop stomping on your own **** there WW.



:lol3: give me a break, you didn't serve squat. If you did, you would never say "I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different." I have worked with many many many servicemen and women in my time in the defense department, and have many many family members who have and do. You are completely full of BS "I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different."

If you actually did serve, and have family members who do serve (which I highly doubt) who would agree with your "I could give two craps less if every Muslim on this planet disappeared to tomorrow. I don't know of any American serviceman or woman who feels different." why don't you go ahead and list names, ranks, etc.

Total complete BS, you are completely full of it. 99% of service members I know would never spew religious-based hate.

you are barking up the wrong tree there ww....but do continue on with your assumptions, you look like an ass for it.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:54 pm

THESE are real service men and women:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1j9U3MD4GkQ

Your BS internet chat forum "I served and I don't care if all Muslims died tomorrow" is total crap, and if by some small chance you did serve our country, you are a disgrace and should have been dishonorably discharged.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby clampdaddy » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:09 pm

I only know three vets that served in the middle east, but I can say that 100% of the vets I know who served in the middle east would just as soon see the whole area "turned into a giant ash tray".
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:12 pm

clampdaddy wrote:I only know three vets that served in the middle east, but I can say that 100% of the vets I know who served in the middle east would just as soon see the whole area "turned into a giant ash tray".


Again complete, total BS. List names, service, rank etc. You can't and wont.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby clampdaddy » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:36 pm

whistlingwings wrote:
clampdaddy wrote:I only know three vets that served in the middle east, but I can say that 100% of the vets I know who served in the middle east would just as soon see the whole area "turned into a giant ash tray".


Again complete, total BS. List names, service, rank etc. You can't and wont.

I could but I won't for the same reason that I won't post pics of other people I know on the internet without their permission.....its an @sshole thing to do, and I'm not even going to go there with them (two of which deal with PTSD) to settle an internet pissing match with a guy who's opinion means jack sh!t to me.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:41 pm

Exactly. "Well I could, but..." Total, complete BS. You kids are full of it.

If any of you "vets" here on this internet forum, or active duty for that matter, think that we should be kicking Muslims out of the United States -- which was founded in response to religious persecution, and has freedom of religion listed as the first tenant of our Bill of Rights -- grow a pair, man up and post your name/rank etc. I'll wait while you cower behind your racist keyboards.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:43 pm

whistlingwings wrote:Exactly. "Well I could, but..." Total, complete BS. You kids are full of it.

If any of you "vets" here on this internet forum, or active duty for that matter, think that we should be kicking Muslims out of the United States -- which was founded in response to religious persecution, and has freedom of religion listed as the first tenant of our Bill of Rights -- grow a pair, man up and post your name/rank etc. I'll wait while you cower behind your racist keyboards.

Now, you are being an ass.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby whistlingwings » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:48 pm

Religious bigots deserve it, especially anyone who claims to have served our country. This country was, again, founded on religious freedom; you mr. forum moderator, by promoting religious persecution are a disgusting individual and I find it hard to believe the owners of DHC let you spew your hatred.

But you mean nothing, and nobody cares about you. Lets see if these "vets" have any cojones and will stand proud in front of their real names and ranks and spew their religious hatred and bigotry like real men, not hiding behind keyboards. I doubt it.
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Re: Angola 'Bans Islam', Dismantles Mosques

Postby Indaswamp » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:50 pm

whistlingwings wrote:Religious bigots deserve it, especially anyone who claims to have served our country. This country was, again, founded on religious freedom; you mr. forum moderator, by promoting religious persecution are a disgusting individual and I find it hard to believe the owners of DHC let you spew your hatred.

But you mean nothing, and nobody cares about you. Lets see if these "vets" have any cojones and will stand proud in front of their real names and ranks and spew their religious hatred and bigotry like real men, not hiding behind keyboards. I doubt it.

What has flown over your head is the truth. There is a MAJOR difference between religious bigotry and calling a spade a spade. From your posts, there is a lot about Islam that you are extremely ignorant about.
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