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550.       lemon
1374 posts
 12 Oct 2010 Tue 05:03 am

 

Quoting stumpy

Instead of lynching TC members why not lynch the bastard of a man who just beat his 13 year old daughter to death because she did not want to go to prayer.  I did not know that refusing to go to prayer for a muslim girl was a death sentence.  The man was arrested but his wife and other children say he is innocent.  Yeah right! He called the police himself and said he slapped his daughter.  The girl was bloodied and beaten beyond recognition.  It is a shame that Canada does not have the death penalty, now that man will spend 5 to 10 years in prison being fed and clothed with the peoples tax money.

 

If you want to lynch someone, lynch people like that!

 

Agree with you completely.

The other day I saw like 4-5 boys (age 10-12) punching a girl of age 14-15 and having fun. I was so angry and when I shouted at them they ran away. But the girl caught the one who didnt touch her but stood aside giggling then she slapped him. She was asking me to help. I did. The boys disappeared. It was a good lesson to them. Then the girl was swearing at their mothers. I said it wasnt their mothers but fathers fault. They grow up watching their fathers. And them are bastards.

All this time there was another girl wearing hijab who stood next to that girl. I thought she was a passer by. But it turned out to be that it was her friend. She stood there enjoying the whole thing. Did nothing to protect her friend. If she was my friend I would unfriend her immidiately.

551.       lemon
1374 posts
 08 Nov 2011 Tue 06:31 am

How long do you think Berlusconi will hold up to his position?

552.       vineyards
1954 posts
 08 Nov 2011 Tue 04:24 pm

In your previous story, we observe the spontaneity of interactions among individuals. We could draw some general conclusions but that might not apply equally well to all women following the hijab code etc.

Nevertheless, we can claim religious orientation does have a strong inflıuence in the ethical aspects of behaviour. Religion being lived as a cultural asset rather than a strictly followed set of rules, we could consider it as both a catalyst of the resulting cultural outlook and a product of that culture itself.

Morever, presence or absence of consent to a mainstream religious way of life could be a deceptive indicator of one´s cultural identity. Communities produce all sorts of members from a religious point of view. Nevertheless, just like the bulk of icebergs immersed in water, the essential aspects of an individual is immersed in the cultural pool of his/her society. A much safer way to criticize behaviour in such societies would be to disregard the caps and turbans and the stuff. We could get better results if we used psychology and sociology as our guides.

Since human is human everywhere, we could understand him better if we look at him/her from a universal perspective. Religious and cultural aspects will only be instrumental in further understanding their traits etc.

553.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 08 Nov 2011 Tue 06:58 pm

 

Quoting lemon

How long do you think Berlusconi will hold up to his position?

 

 As long as his people will tolerate him?

554.       lemon
1374 posts
 08 Nov 2011 Tue 07:09 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

 As long as his people will tolerate him?

 

As if he cares about people´s tolerance?

555.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 08 Nov 2011 Tue 07:32 pm

 

Quoting lemon

 

 

As if he cares about people´s tolerance?

 

 Perhaps he is about to get a rude awakening?  We can hope!

556.       lemon
1374 posts
 09 Nov 2011 Wed 07:26 am

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

 Perhaps he is about to get a rude awakening?  We can hope!

 

he again prosmied to step down on the news they were saying that the market reacted positive when he announced his departure from his seat, a few hours later he returned saying he wouldnt leave now. the market in rome is down again. this man is one of the greatest entertainers. he reminds me the personality in the batmans series played by jack nicholson {#emotions_dlg.satisfied_nod}

557.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 09 Nov 2011 Wed 06:01 pm

Isn´t it time we formed a new gang? {#emotions_dlg.whistle}

558.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 09 Nov 2011 Wed 06:32 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

Isn´t it time we formed a new gang? {#emotions_dlg.whistle}

 

 What was wrong with the old one? {#emotions_dlg.yes}

559.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 09 Nov 2011 Wed 08:41 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

 What was wrong with the old one? {#emotions_dlg.yes}

 

 Too many things to mention {#emotions_dlg.ninja}

560.       catwoman
8933 posts
 10 Nov 2011 Thu 06:37 am

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

What was wrong with the old one? {#emotions_dlg.yes}

 

Canim, nothing wrong with the old one, we just need a public face change. Reshuffling of internal positions and name change is all we´re planning on! {#emotions_dlg.super_cool}

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