Steve James wrote:Yep, it's my style. You definitely espouse bigoted; you just don't like the term because you believe the views are right. I.e., you argue that you're right about "them" as a group. Then, you just search for any link or site that supports your view. I'm not making this up. Maybe you have a different definition of bigotry, and that's ok. And, maybe I'm wrong, and you'd never approve or act upon those views. I dunno. That's why I asked (i.e., started this thread) asking people for their suggested solutions.
Actually I dont believe my views are right, I do believe they are supported by fact and current events.
My answer was and is that until some basic foundations are established as to what and why these things happen, any answer given
would tend to miss the obvious and not really address the question.
as far as "bigotry"
Polished Muslim pundits in the West are fond of using the word 'bigot' to describe critics of Islam, but they are rarely challenged on their own view of the Quran. What does the book they claim to be the literal and eternal word of Allah really say about non-Muslims?
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages ... -hate.aspx
FWIW: I don believe I've criticized it. It's not my intent. I do feel that as a belief system until some major reforms are made within itself by those who follow it.
It will tend to be used by those who use it for their own ends.
all though this thread you've never really acknowledged any point even from fist hand accounts.
Its your thread, if you want an echo chamber be my guest.
Contrary to how some try to paint me,
I question what is written and change when I find
my own view points to be in error.