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(Canoe)   Canadian Muslims outraged, write angry letter. Rest of Canada shocked situation has escalated this far   (calsun.canoe.ca) divider line 391
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2006-02-04 08:52:55 PM
Well, they're Canadian after all.
 
2006-02-04 09:12:36 PM
They're furious. They're going to send it "postage due".
 
2006-02-04 09:28:57 PM
I hope it wasn't strongly worded. That could make things worse. Like another strongly worded letter.
 
2006-02-04 09:40:00 PM
This country really rocks sometimes.
 
2006-02-04 09:40:41 PM
I guess radical Muslims in backward parts of the world would do that sort of thing if they knew how to write.
 
2006-02-04 11:01:23 PM
GraphicAddiction

I guess radical Muslims in backward parts of the world would do that...

Uh, RTFA. It said Canada.
 
2006-02-04 11:12:47 PM
I hope those were not the code words to send a terrorist cell into action...
 
2006-02-04 11:13:15 PM
Maybe the letter says: "fark this. In a world of stupid religions, we truly chose the stupidest. We're sorry, and will cease and desist from imaginary boogeyman worship."


/wishful thinking
 
2006-02-04 11:13:45 PM
Canada is kinda backward.
 
2006-02-04 11:14:06 PM
Not Available

Uh, read his farking post.

He was referencing the violent protesters and saying that the radical Muslims there should take a cue from the Muslims here in Canada.
 
2006-02-04 11:14:33 PM
Muta: Canada is kinda backward.


No. Canada is Adanac backwards.
 
2006-02-04 11:15:11 PM
FTFA:

"I am really thankful the laws in Canada are so clear about these anti-racism and anti-violence issues ... this is why Canada is the model for other countries," Soharwardy said yesterday.

Right. Limited freedom of speech should be model for other countries to follow.
 
2006-02-04 11:15:25 PM
Religion Of Peace urges peaceful resolution :O
 
2006-02-04 11:15:29 PM
NOW WAIT just a farking moment here. If Muslim laws ban pictures of ANY prophet, then they should have a long time ago burned down all the houses of the Mexican-Americans with their little Jesus statues because Jesus was considered a prophet to the Muslims, Isa.
 
2006-02-04 11:15:58 PM
I am in Canada and yes I am now completely dumb founded on how retarded muslims are and have lost complete respect for them and wish them everything they deserve from this act of savagery.

I sure hope our ministry of immigration does something to combat these asshats coming into this country.

//Toronto the next place for a massive Jihad riot. (Run!!)
//No image of the profit allowed? Would that mean we'd be looking at a picture of Satan!?
//I'm going to get a tatoo of Mohammed on my left buttock.
 
2006-02-04 11:16:06 PM
i17.photobucket.com

Can't we all just get along?
 
2006-02-04 11:16:07 PM
I wish "Radical Muslims" were Muslims that surf and and say stuff like "Totally awesome, dude!"

"Radical" any group, for that matter.

The world would be a much more good place.
 
2006-02-04 11:16:44 PM
whatshisname:

Muta: Canada is kinda backward.
No. Canada is Adanac backwards
.

Beautiful and only a minute later. You sir have a future in comedy. Keep it up.
 
2006-02-04 11:17:15 PM
Push him and get his TRUE opinions out.
 
2006-02-04 11:18:29 PM
aerojockey posted exactly what i was going to, so my work is done.
 
2006-02-04 11:20:13 PM
aerojockey:
Right. Limited freedom of speech should be model for other countries to follow.

While I agree with you. There is such a thing called tact which seems to be missing from alot of people and countries nowadays. Let me guess without looking at your profile which country you are from.
 
2006-02-04 11:20:29 PM
img151.imageshack.us
 
2006-02-04 11:21:31 PM
Huzzah. Someone gets the whole "freedom of speech" thing.
 
2006-02-04 11:21:57 PM
aerojockey [TotalFark]
' "I am really thankful the laws in Canada are so clear about these anti-racism and anti-violence issues ... this is why Canada is the model for other countries," Soharwardy said yesterday.'



Right. Limited freedom of speech should be model for other countries to follow.'


Yea, because here in the U.S., our gov't wouldn't do something like expel someone from a meeting of our representatives, because of a t-shirt the person is wearing. And then the gov't try to cover their ass by issuing an apology after the fact.

 
2006-02-04 11:22:08 PM
NOt a photoshop

images.scotsman.com
 
2006-02-04 11:22:22 PM
I'm pretty sure most political cartoons are "tactless". You want to ban all of them?
 
2006-02-04 11:22:26 PM
Some people in Canada actually think that if you pass a law resticting gun ownership, people will be safer. The U.S. model that allows any jackpole with a burr up his butt to have a gun is far better.
 
2006-02-04 11:24:05 PM
aerojockey [TotalFark]

FTFA:

"I am really thankful the laws in Canada are so clear about these anti-racism and anti-violence issues ... this is why Canada is the model for other countries," Soharwardy said yesterday.

Right. Limited freedom of speech should be model for other countries to follow.


the Bush administration is working on it.
 
2006-02-04 11:24:59 PM
skinink, you rock...
 
2006-02-04 11:25:21 PM
aerojockey: FTFA:

"I am really thankful the laws in Canada are so clear about these anti-racism and anti-violence issues ... this is why Canada is the model for other countries," Soharwardy said yesterday.

Right. Limited freedom of speech should be model for other countries to follow.



Are you only partially retarded? or is it a full on case of extra chromosome material?
 
2006-02-04 11:25:25 PM
6 entries found for freedom.
freedom Audio pronunciation of "freedom" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (frdm)
n.

1. The condition of being free of restraints.
2. Liberty of the person from slavery, detention, or oppression.
3.
1. Political independence.
2. Exemption from the arbitrary exercise of authority in the performance of a specific action; civil liberty: freedom of assembly.
4. Exemption from an unpleasant or onerous condition: freedom from want.
5. The capacity to exercise choice; free will: We have the freedom to do as we please all afternoon.
6. Ease or facility of movement: loose sports clothing, giving the wearer freedom.
7. Frankness or boldness; lack of modesty or reserve: the new freedom in movies and novels.
8.
1. The right to unrestricted use; full access: was given the freedom of their research facilities.
2. The right of enjoying all of the privileges of membership or citizenship: the freedom of the city.
9. A right or the power to engage in certain actions without control or interference: the seductive freedoms and excesses of the picaresque form (John W. Aldridge).


Don't like it? Fark you. Fark you and your stupid little pony.
 
2006-02-04 11:25:44 PM
they are allowed to protest. I have no problem with it, and their religion compels them to because they are not allowed to tolerate the profane portrayal of their prophet.

But, violence is uneccessary, and would frankly make things infinitely worse for muslims in teh western world, and things are already bad enough with problems like ethnic profiling and a rise in racism/anti-muslim sentiment.

but, that's just my opinion.
 
G2V
2006-02-04 11:25:45 PM
The "War on Islam" is more self-fulfilling prophecy than anything else.

I pity more reasonable people like these who are going to be screwed over by the repercussions.
 
2006-02-04 11:26:28 PM
Step 1: Write angry letter.
Step 2: ?
Step 3: Prophet!
 
2006-02-04 11:27:13 PM
RockIsDead: Push him and get his TRUE opinions out.

I guess no matter what Muslims do you're unhappy. Damned if you do, damned if you don't.
 
2006-02-04 11:27:36 PM
I think I found Beavis' TP...

fileserver1.jpghosting.com
 
2006-02-04 11:27:40 PM
aerojockey


Right. Limited freedom of speech should be model for other countries to follow.


Free speech is limited in the US too, albeit not as much.
example: you can't yell "fire" in a crowded theatre, you can't threaten to assassinate the president (it's not necessarily illegal, but you get the idea)
 
2006-02-04 11:27:47 PM
MUTA
not true
 
2006-02-04 11:28:16 PM
"We will be peaceful, but we will be noticed," Soharwardy said, adding the violent protests seen elsewhere will only serve to reinforce negative images of Islam.
 
2006-02-04 11:29:34 PM
skinink [TotalFark]


Yea, because here in the U.S., our gov't wouldn't do something like expel someone from a meeting of our representatives, because of a t-shirt the person is wearing. And then the gov't try to cover their ass by issuing an apology after the fact.

however this is a stupid example. The SOTU is supposed to be a serious, dignified affair. Dress and conduct codes are appropriate for official government functions and Cindy Sheehan knowingly and intentionally violated them.
 
2006-02-04 11:29:52 PM
skinink
Yea, because here in the U.S., our gov't wouldn't do something like expel someone from a meeting of our representatives, because of a t-shirt the person is wearing. And then the gov't try to cover their ass by issuing an apology after the fact.


You mean because wearing "protest" tshirts are against the law inside the capital? A pro-Bush tshirt wearer was also expelled, you know.

Moran.
 
2006-02-04 11:30:13 PM
crazy_gaijin: you can't threaten to assassinate the president (it's not necessarily illegal

bzzzzzzzzzzzt.... wrong answer, sparky... try again...
 
2006-02-04 11:30:19 PM
Muta: Some people in Canada actually think that if you pass a law resticting gun ownership, people will be safer. The U.S. model that allows any jackpole with a burr up his butt to have a gun is far better.

You mean violent crime can be reduced by restricting the number and type of guns in circulation? What radicals, those Canadians.
 
2006-02-04 11:30:37 PM
2006-02-04 09:40:41 PM GraphicAddiction
I guess radical Muslims in backward parts of the world would do that sort of thing if they knew how to write.


I guess it must be really difficult for you to put on your pants in the morning, what with all the spin that you produce. It's probably a right-hand thread.

/Oh, and the alphabet that you use to write disparaging remarks about "radical Muslims in backward parts of the world"... guess who invented it?
 
2006-02-04 11:31:18 PM
well, MattofBum in canada (and other nations...the usa comes to mind) you can protest peaceully and be noticed. in other parts of the world, however, people have learned from example that you really don't get listened-to unless you have a gun and/or a bomb.

sad but true.
 
2006-02-04 11:31:35 PM
ironpig
Are you only partially retarded? or is it a full on case of extra chromosome material?

If the letter is that blunt, I bet Danes will be annoyed.

/Both Eminem and ad hominem are generally frowned upon in debates.
 
2006-02-04 11:32:00 PM
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/(pops)

The site is pretty funny!
 
2006-02-04 11:32:31 PM
We really need a Mohammed themed Photoshop contest, that's be the best right now to vent anger or appology...with art, not guns, stones, or arson.
 
2006-02-04 11:33:29 PM
pah
I speet on your Freedom

Freedom of Expression -- Go to hell
 
2006-02-04 11:33:32 PM
SavaThePriest wins the second half of this thread!
 
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