30th October 2011

“The portrayal of national or ethnic and religious identity as inseparable has made it even more difficult for activists to challenge local religious fundamentalisms.”

Cassandra Balchin

8 Responses to “30th October 2011”

  1. Dan Says:

    Worse: The confluence of national/ethnic and religious identities brings out the very worst in people in the form of self-righteous rape and murder.

  2. archaeopteryx Says:

    Just what the human race and planet earth need. A way of combining and thus strengthening two forms of discrimination.

  3. s0l0m0n Says:

    That’s the way it will always be. It’s just God’s ways.

  4. Dan Says:

    Which god, Solomon? I’d say that appears to be the way of all of mankind’s gods.

  5. R J Says:

    post at 1333
    —————–

    gibberish

  6. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    I tossed the bible in my hotel room in the trash. I was unpacking my belongings and some idiot had put a bible in my drawer. I tossed the vile book in the trash and then washed my hands.

    Shame to contaminate an innocent person’s hotel room with something as awful as a bible.

  7. archaeopteryx Says:

    It’s not even authentic frontier gibberish at 13.33.

  8. R j Says:

    arch at 1650
    ………………….

    arch……….that is one of the funniest lines in “blazing

    saddles.”

    and we get it HERE without even having to watch

    movies !!!!!!! giBBerisH !!!!