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HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE WORKED ALONGSIDE MUSLIMS?

Posted: October 23rd, 2006, 3:14 pm
by Hamilton
Riveting documentary on workplace safety in the MediterraneanMakes smoking seem like a relatively trivial risk.

HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE WORKED ALONGSIDE MUSLIMS?

Posted: October 23rd, 2006, 8:46 pm
by Errrb
QuoteOriginally posted by: MarsdenRight. Which of us posts his own thoughts under his actual name? I might have left that as only, "Which of us posts his own thoughts?" And which of us has repeatedly highlighted the personal information that this first person has revealed?You denigrate my courage from dark, shadowy places, little man. Anyone who wants to can easily enough find me; I wonder sometimes if that sociopath Errrb might not one day do just that. And you call me a coward. You've made a whisp of smoke of yourself, Hamilton, that can disappear in the slightest breeze. And you call me a coward. There's little more that needs to be said of you.The next time you question my courage, you should put your real name and address beside your comment. And if you don't want to do that, you should shut the fuck up, Nancy-Boy.Brave, brave Marsden. Why wouldn't you share with us your personal experience with muslims? Only, please, skip nifty details about your homosexual contacts with them, just plain facts. Have you worked or lived among them? Do you have muslim friends? (I don't mean partners)

HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE WORKED ALONGSIDE MUSLIMS?

Posted: October 24th, 2006, 2:32 am
by Marsden
Because, dear Errrb, if I shared my experiences, you might take that as an invitation to share yours. And I don't really want to hear about you raping and murdering poor kids in the Territories.

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Posted: October 24th, 2006, 7:12 am
by migalley
QuoteOriginally posted by: TraderJoeI've worked with Muslims - in the UK and in their home country once. They're always going off to pray or fasting or missing work or lectures for some reason or another...Yeah, most probably they're off bombing a train, or flying into a skyscraper. Did any of your workmates come back, or did they mysteriously go missing???

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Posted: October 24th, 2006, 10:21 pm
by TraderJoe
QuoteOriginally posted by: migalleyQuoteOriginally posted by: TraderJoeI've worked with Muslims - in the UK and in their home country once. They're always going off to pray or fasting or missing work or lectures for some reason or another...Yeah, most probably they're off bombing a train, or flying into a skyscraper. Did any of your workmates come back, or did they mysteriously go missing???No, so far they've all come back.

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 5:16 am
by flairplay
QuoteOriginally posted by: TraderJoeI've worked with Muslims - in the UK and in their home country once. They're always going off to pray or fasting or missing work or lectures for some reason or another...And the ones who dont are the ones u probably dont notice. My own experience is that there are all kinds of Muslims, the good, the bad and the ugly. And in the same proportions as anywhere else. In fact I have seen rather more of the good type, but that is because I generally prefer goodies to baddies. So that would also apply to my non Muslim friends.I think the anti Muslim types here should go watch some Star Wars films instead - now that they realise Klingons dont exist, they need to create their own. One age it is African people, another it is Italian immigrants, another is Jewish immigrants, goes on and on.This craving for the Klingon replacement of childhood years seems to be unquenchable. And does it say something about the state of mental development in these guys....

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 5:22 am
by flairplay
QuoteOriginally posted by: menceyI believe though that there is a political correctness and positive discrimination. I never had muslim bosses but muslim associates. If I have to work for a muslim boss, then if he takes his religion too extermist, I will quit inmediately, if he is a normal human being and focuses on the business, then I should not have a problem working with him.However I have to admit that, in contrast to western societies, arab societies and for instance traditional hindu societies are quite jerarquic, and that's something that I dislike. People should start to understand the difference between power and dominationWhy would you judge if he is too extremist etc? What an odd statement. If you were consistent with your general beliefs than you should refuse to work for a Muslim boss - or alongside other Muslims.The problem with your view here is that it contradicts your own assertions and those of Hamilton, PPpauper, Migalley etc. If you would think a Muslim could be "normal" then you would not be posting extreme hatred of all Muslims here. If you grant that there is a possibility of a Muslim being "normal" even in your eyes, then why the general prejudice?Stand up for your views man. Not just behind a keyboard - in real life as well.

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 7:33 am
by migalley
QuoteOriginally posted by: flairplayQuoteOriginally posted by: menceyI believe though that there is a political correctness and positive discrimination. I never had muslim bosses but muslim associates. If I have to work for a muslim boss, then if he takes his religion too extermist, I will quit inmediately, if he is a normal human being and focuses on the business, then I should not have a problem working with him.However I have to admit that, in contrast to western societies, arab societies and for instance traditional hindu societies are quite jerarquic, and that's something that I dislike. People should start to understand the difference between power and dominationWhy would you judge if he is too extremist etc? What an odd statement. If you were consistent with your general beliefs than you should refuse to work for a Muslim boss - or alongside other Muslims.The problem with your view here is that it contradicts your own assertions and those of Hamilton, PPpauper, Migalley etc. If you would think a Muslim could be "normal" then you would not be posting extreme hatred of all Muslims here. If you grant that there is a possibility of a Muslim being "normal" even in your eyes, then why the general prejudice?Stand up for your views man. Not just behind a keyboard - in real life as well.Why criticize Mencey because his views contradict my views? He and I are separate people, and there is no reason why we should hold views which are consistent with each other.For the record, I don't think muslims are normal, and refuse to work, live, play or have anything to do with the bastards.

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 7:34 am
by migalley
QuoteOriginally posted by: TraderJoeQuoteOriginally posted by: migalleyQuoteOriginally posted by: TraderJoeI've worked with Muslims - in the UK and in their home country once. They're always going off to pray or fasting or missing work or lectures for some reason or another...Yeah, most probably they're off bombing a train, or flying into a skyscraper. Did any of your workmates come back, or did they mysteriously go missing???No, so far they've all come back.I guess that's good luck for any potential victims, but bad luck for you.

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 12:41 pm
by flairplay
[qFor the record, I don't think muslims are normal, and refuse to work, live, play or have anything to do with the bastards.Well, at least that's honest and open. But why dont you call your HR group and offer them your opinion. What do you think would be the reaction? What level is your honesty and courage? Enough to share your views and lose your job?I am learning, and I would like to learn more.

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 12:46 pm
by migalley
QuoteOriginally posted by: flairplay[qFor the record, I don't think muslims are normal, and refuse to work, live, play or have anything to do with the bastards.Well, at least that's honest and open. But why dont you call your HR group and offer them your opinion. What do you think would be the reaction? What level is your honesty and courage? Enough to share your views and lose your job?I am learning, and I would like to learn more.I don't need to. I already know there are no muslims working where I work. As soon as one is employed there, then I'll run for my life. Ain't nobody gonna separate me from my beer, bacon or head.

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 12:47 pm
by flairplay
QuoteOriginally posted by: migalleyQuoteOriginally posted by: flairplayQuoteOriginally posted by: menceyI believe though that there is a political correctness and positive discrimination. I never had muslim bosses but muslim associates. If I have to work for a muslim boss, then if he takes his religion too extermist, I will quit inmediately, if he is a normal human being and focuses on the business, then I should not have a problem working with him.However I have to admit that, in contrast to western societies, arab societies and for instance traditional hindu societies are quite jerarquic, and that's something that I dislike. People should start to understand the difference between power and dominationWhy would you judge if he is too extremist etc? What an odd statement. If you were consistent with your general beliefs than you should refuse to work for a Muslim boss - or alongside other Muslims.The problem with your view here is that it contradicts your own assertions and those of Hamilton, PPpauper, Migalley etc. If you would think a Muslim could be "normal" then you would not be posting extreme hatred of all Muslims here. If you grant that there is a possibility of a Muslim being "normal" even in your eyes, then why the general prejudice?Stand up for your views man. Not just behind a keyboard - in real life as well.Why criticize Mencey because his views contradict my views? He and I are separate people, and there is no reason why we should hold views which are consistent with each other.For the record, I don't think muslims are normal, and refuse to work, live, play or have anything to do with the bastards.MIGALLEY MAKES THE FOLLOWING TWO POINTS AS A CONCLUDING ARGUMENT:1) Why criticize Mencey because his views contradict my views? He and I are separate people, and there is no reason why we should hold views which are consistent with each other.2) For the record, I don't think muslims are normal, and refuse to work, live, play or have anything to do with the bastardsI think - no, strongly assert - that statements 1 & 2 contradict each other! But I would like to hear why someone might think the above statements are not contradictory.

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 12:49 pm
by flairplay
QuoteOriginally posted by: migalleyQuoteOriginally posted by: flairplay[qFor the record, I don't think muslims are normal, and refuse to work, live, play or have anything to do with the bastards.Well, at least that's honest and open. But why dont you call your HR group and offer them your opinion. What do you think would be the reaction? What level is your honesty and courage? Enough to share your views and lose your job?I am learning, and I would like to learn more.I don't need to. I already know there are no muslims working where I work. As soon as one is employed there, then I'll run for my life. Ain't nobody gonna separate me from my beer, bacon or head.You dont need to have Muslims working where you are. All you have to do is publicise your opinions. You do it from behind a keyboard which is sad because you deserve more recognition for original thinking.

HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE WORKED ALONGSIDE MUSLIMS?

Posted: October 25th, 2006, 1:05 pm
by migalley
QuoteOriginally posted by: flairplayQuoteOriginally posted by: migalleyQuoteOriginally posted by: flairplay[qFor the record, I don't think muslims are normal, and refuse to work, live, play or have anything to do with the bastards.Well, at least that's honest and open. But why dont you call your HR group and offer them your opinion. What do you think would be the reaction? What level is your honesty and courage? Enough to share your views and lose your job?I am learning, and I would like to learn more.I don't need to. I already know there are no muslims working where I work. As soon as one is employed there, then I'll run for my life. Ain't nobody gonna separate me from my beer, bacon or head.You dont need to have Muslims working where you are. All you have to do is publicise your opinions. You do it from behind a keyboard which is sad because you deserve more recognition for original thinking.Who says this is the only place I publicise my opinions? Not me!

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Posted: October 25th, 2006, 4:47 pm
by mencey
QuoteOriginally posted by: flairplayQuoteOriginally posted by: menceyI believe though that there is a political correctness and positive discrimination. I never had muslim bosses but muslim associates. If I have to work for a muslim boss, then if he takes his religion too extermist, I will quit inmediately, if he is a normal human being and focuses on the business, then I should not have a problem working with him.However I have to admit that, in contrast to western societies, arab societies and for instance traditional hindu societies are quite jerarquic, and that's something that I dislike. People should start to understand the difference between power and dominationWhy would you judge if he is too extremist etc? What an odd statement. If you were consistent with your general beliefs than you should refuse to work for a Muslim boss - or alongside other Muslims.The problem with your view here is that it contradicts your own assertions and those of Hamilton, PPpauper, Migalley etc. If you would think a Muslim could be "normal" then you would not be posting extreme hatred of all Muslims here. If you grant that there is a possibility of a Muslim being "normal" even in your eyes, then why the general prejudice?Stand up for your views man. Not just behind a keyboard - in real life as well.I think the prejiuce is in your eyes, if you read my post you will always find that I am supporter and believer in the concept of open societies. However there is a problem in modern societes and that's Islam. I believe some of its principles are against the principles of the open society, in the same way than an ultra catholic or any other theocratic regime. Because I belive Islam this is a dangerous ideology that's is threateing the values and principles I believe in, and further I disagree wiht the type of society that religion proposedHowever there is a component of political dominance and racism in that religion and several values, "rule over all other religions" "Dhimmi", "women", Darfur, etc... that I disagree with as mention in this post points I disagree with Islam As mentioned several times I am not talking about individuals but about the ideology, . and that's why I do not have a problem working with anyone of any race or religion. Maybe you do not understand my position and thinks is inconsistence, but that's because you want to put me in a box with the ethiquete of racist, racial hatred, neonazi, KKK, etc, etc...Don't worry you are not the first one. However is funny how liberals believe that they are the knights of the open society but they are quick in forgeting their upport to the Communism regimes and their comments in support to Hitler's policies prior to WWII. (both close and totalitarian societies)