Tards speaks bout tards.
Ben Afflick is one of the those knee-jerk, sanctimonious leftards whose own ideology restricts him from seeing the wider issue, and in this case, the chief culprit, Islam.
I admit however, that I don’t have any silver bullet to solve the Islam problem, but I do know of some means by which the West can better protect itself from the Islamic scourge, but as for repealing the violent, intolerant portions of Islam, many have tried, and have littered the landscape with their corpses.
Also, let me be clear here, there is no reforming of Islam in the classical sense of the word. The ones who are busy reforming it now (classical sense), are the very ones described by Sam Harris and Bill Maher as the murdering, butchering jihadists and ”islamists” raping their way across Syria and Iraq.
Martin Luther was a reformer as well, he wanted to bring the Catholic Church, which he deemed as grossly errant in it’s doctrine and practices (selling of indulgences), back to the founding principles of the Christian faith, so to the jihadis and ”islamisists”, or as I prefer to call them, basic Islam 101’ers. Islamic fundamentalists.
NOTE: RINO Michael Steele was also spewing out the same nonsense as Afflick, whose thinking is also shared by many of his GOP peers, which means this is also a problem within the Republican party, to my dismay.
- Harris countered by saying that bad ideas should be criticized, and that “Islam, at the moment, is the motherload of bad ideas.”
Published on Oct 3, 2014
October 3, 2014 – Ben Affleck, Bill Maher, Nicholas Kristol, Michael Steele, and author Sam Harris got into what could only be described as a tumultuous continuation of Maher’s comments on Islam from last week, with Maher and Affleck tearing into each other over the influence of fundamentalists in the Muslim community. “We have been sold this meme of Islamophobia, where criticism of the religion gets conflated with bigotry towards muslims as people,” Harris began. “It’s intellectually ridiculous.”
“Hold on — are you the person who officially understands the codified doctrine of Islam?” Affleck, on the show to promote his movie Gone Girl, interrupted, and argued that criticizing Islam, as Maher and Harris were doing it, was “gross and racist. It’s like saying, ‘Oh, you shifty Jew!’”
What follows is a few minutes of Affleck and Maher going at each other and yelling over each other, with the occasional interjection from Kristol and Steele providing intelligent perspective on reformers in the Muslim world, smart statistical analysis from Harris about the spectrum of fundamentalism, and then another few minutes of Affleck and Maher yelling at each other.
“Your argument is, ‘You know, black people, they shoot each other,’” said Affleck.