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    He of all people should have known they would go hay wire, and commit a crime against humanity, by stabbing another man in the butt with a knife.

    This guy deserves no praise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3link View Post
    Jesus people. You realize that there's a middle ground between "MURDER SAM BASILE" and "SAM BASILE IS A HERO"?

    How about "Sam Basile is stupid and his movie is stupid, but he has every right to make it and these violent protesters are also stupid"?

    Oh wait. That's too many words. I probably lost most conservatives at "is".
    "Middle ground"? Do you mean like that fact that I pray facing towards hero Sam Basile's (PBUH) house every day?

    Ok, seriously, how about "Sam Basile is brave and I think 'Plan 9 From Outerspace' should have won the Oscar after I saw the production value of Sam's 'movie', and most of the claims about Mohammad in the movie are supported by the Islamic texts, but he has every right to make it and these violent protesters are also stupid"?
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    "A genuine thank you to “Mohammad movie” producer Sam Basile"

    some praise a man for putting Americans overseas at risk? and then hiding from danger himself?

    I have the right to do many things, but I would not do something like that

    it does not surprise me that the rights fav Pastor Terry Jones is supporting this

    the terrorist war is a war won by perceptions, and we can't win that if we are perceived as waging a holy war, simple as that


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Wolfe View Post
    Iron, you beat me to it. Apparently, Iolo has never heard of the ... huh, can't link it; the name can't get past the profanity filter. Nevertheless, what he said was true; someone won awards for taking a plastic crucifix and placing it in a bottle of his own urine.

    and there ya go, just cause this idiot could do this, doesn't mean he should, liquid (spell things would not allow) Christ was just nasty of anyone to do for any reason, no art in that

    if someone killed him over it, I could still dislike what he did while also not liking what his murderer(s) did, 2 wrongs do not make a right, it makes two wrongs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Junkieturtle View Post
    I'm glad he felt the need to make a movie telling us that some Muslims will commit violent acts. Nobody has ever said or done that before! I'm glad he felt the need to ahead with something he knew quite well would result in negative repercussions, ones that he wouldn't face alone, or at all, to tell people something we already know. Muslims are touchy about their religion. It's absurd. It's stupid. But it's the truth.

    So, he's established that Muslims can be violent with his movie, something he felt was so important to say that he would deliberately release a movie that he had every reason to believe would spark violence. What next? What's the progression of the argument here? Should we bomb Muslims? Should we get "tough" with them? How?

    I don't think the man should be punished, he didn't break any laws, even if what he did was needless and stupid. I wouldn't support him being punished or affected in any way by the US government or any law enforcement or government agency for what he did. I simply consider him to be a dolt, who deliberately stirs up a hornet's nest just to show us that it's a hornet's nest, even though we clearly already knew that.
    I kind of agree, although there's a recurring problem here.

    The more we coddle the Muslims about their sensitivity, the more it will encourage them to lash out the next time someone makes a cartoon or something.

    The only way they're going to grow a thicker skin is to be offended more often. So, I guess that means a lot of Quran burnings by Terry Jones in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    The guy is out on parole for financial crimes and meth production. He's probably going back to jail.
    So specifically what about the film's claims about Mohammad are untrue?
    Was he a rapist (or at least approved of rape of captives?)
    Was he a pedophile?
    Was he suicidal?
    Was he a horn-dog?
    Was he a torturer?
    Was he a bandit?
    Did he murder people?
    Did he spread Islam "by the sword" like so many claim he did?
    Was he bi-sexual (he dressed in women's clothes the Islamic texts say)?
    Did he forbid adoption simply because it conflicted with his own base sexual desire for that relative of his that he wanted to "do"?

    Please let us know. Remember, if one can't argue the facts, then they, they, well they argue some other (*)(*)(*)(*) that I can't remember right now but you get the point.
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    Did the writer just MAKE UP bad stuff about Mohammad? My answer: NO, BECAUSE HE DIDN'T *HAVE* TO! Just read the Islamic texts, it's all in there.
    Why make stuff up when reality is better.
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    Thank you, Sam Basile. You will never really make it as a film producer, not after this embarrassing hunk of (*)(*)(*)(*) you churned out. You should probably quit while you are ahead, no one will want your services. Congratulations on making what could be the worst film of all time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Makedde View Post
    Thank you, Sam Basile. You will never really make it as a film producer, not after this embarrassing hunk of (*)(*)(*)(*) you churned out. You should probably quit while you are ahead, no one will want your services. Congratulations on making what could be the worst film of all time.
    [Thank you for that reply, and I promise to not post this again on this thread...but, uh, the film's production values are IRRELEVANT when it's so inflamatory that it claims that the #1 guy for 20% of the entire world's population is all of the below-mentioned things:]

    So specifically what about the film's claims about Mohammad are untrue?
    Was he a rapist (or at least approved of rape of captives?)
    Was he a pedophile?
    Was he suicidal?
    Was he a horn-dog?
    Was he a torturer?
    Was he a bandit?
    Did he murder people?
    Did he spread Islam "by the sword" like so many claim he did?
    Was he bi-sexual (he dressed in women's clothes the Islamic texts say)?
    Did he forbid adoption simply because it conflicted with his own base sexual desire for that relative of his that he wanted to "do"?

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serfin' USA View Post
    I kind of agree, although there's a recurring problem here.

    The more we coddle the Muslims about their sensitivity, the more it will encourage them to lash out the next time someone makes a cartoon or something.

    The only way they're going to grow a thicker skin is to be offended more often. So, I guess that means a lot of Quran burnings by Terry Jones in the future.
    You keep hittin' stuff out o' the park, great post.

    De-sensitize them to criticism by doing it so often. Burn Qur'ans outside the White House so they know Obama can't do a thing about it, make better quality films showing Mohammad's true nature, more "Draw Mohammad Days", until they learn that OUR "red line" is freedom of speech....the Egyptian president said CRITICISM OF MOHAMMAD is the "red line" for Muslims. The battle lines have been drawn. Who will flinch first?

    P.S. Yes, freedom of speech is modern Secular Humanism's "red line".
    Last edited by FreedomSeeker; Sep 13 2012 at 07:32 PM.
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