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Islam doesn’t promote violence or peace. Islam is just a religion and like every religion in the world, in depends on what you bring to it. If you’re a violent person, your Islam, your Judaism, your Christianity, your Hinduism is going to be violent. There are marauding Buddhist monks in Myanmar slaughtering women and children. Does Buddhism promote violence? Of course not. People are violent or peaceful, and that depends on their politics their social world, the way that they see their communities, the way they see themselves.

Religious scholar Reza Aslan answers CNN’s question, “Does Islam promote violence?” (via mediamattersforamerica)

We should be ashamed that mass media is so bias & prejudice, while operating under the guidelines of Objective and Truthful. 

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Islam doesn’t promote violence or peace. Islam is just a religion and like every religion in the world, in depends on what you bring to it. If you’re a violent person, your Islam, your Judaism, your Christianity, your Hinduism is going to be violent. There are marauding Buddhist monks in Myanmar slaughtering women and children. Does Buddhism promote violence? Of course not. People are violent or peaceful, and that depends on their politics their social world, the way that they see their communities, the way they see themselves.

Religious scholar Reza Aslan answers CNN’s question, “Does Islam promote violence?” (via mediamattersforamerica)

We should be ashamed that mass media is so bias & prejudice, while operating under the guidelines of Objective and Truthful. 

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Since 9/11, homegrown anti-government terrorists have killed more people in the U.S. than Islamic extremists.

But you won’t hear about that on Fox:

On the night of September 16, 31-year-old marksman Eric Frein was allegedly laying in wait outside the Blooming Grove police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania, preparing to assassinate state troopers. Shortly before 11 p.m., Bryon Dickson was shot and killed as he walked towards his patrol car. Moments later, as he approached the barracks to begin his overnight shift, trooper Alex Douglass was shot and seriously wounded by a bullet fired from a .308-caliber rifle.

Described as a  “survivalist,” Frein disappeared into the Poconos Mountains woods where he’s been hiding ever since, eluding law enforcement and its massive manhunt, which includes hundreds of law enforcement officers with assistance from the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Considered “extremely dangerous” and possibly armed with an AK-47, officials were forced to close local schools in fear Frein might attack again. Lots of businesses in the area were ordered to stay dark, and some U.S. mail deliveries were suspended out of fear postmen might be exposed as possible targets for the shooter.

And what was the possible motivation for the killing spree?

“He made statements about wanting to kill law enforcement officers and to commit mass acts of murder,” state police commissioner Frank Noonan warned the public at the time. Another official noted the shooter has a “longstanding grudge against law enforcement and government in general” dating back to at least 2006.

A friend was even more explicit.  “He was obviously a big critic of the federal government,” a friend name Jacktold CNN. (The friend did not give his last name.) “No indications of really any malice towards law enforcement in particular. Most of his aggression was (toward) the federal government.”

Sounds like homegrown, anti-government terrorism, right?

…But turn on Fox News and you don’t hear much about Eric Frein from the channel’s high-profile hosts. You don’t hear much about the anti-government zealot who murdered a cop, while trying to assassinate two. And you don’t hear evening hosts diving into Frein’s background trying to figure out what sparked his murderous streak.

There’s simply no interest.

In two weeks since the shooting, the Fox [has] mentioned Frein’s name in just six reports, and most of those were simply news updates that consisted of one or two sentences. Only one segment, which aired on On The Record With Greta Van Susteren, featured an extended conversation about the killing and the subsequent manhunt. In none of the six Fox reports however, were Frein’s vocal anti-government leanings mentioned, nor was there any suggestion Frein was a domestic terrorist…

In other words, on Fox News a Muslim who killed a co-worker in Oklahoma and who remains in police custody represents a much bigger story than a suspected anti-government assassin who killed a cop and remains on the run, eluding hundreds of law enforcement officials while terrorizing a Pennsylvania community.

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mediamattersforamerica:

Since 9/11, homegrown anti-government terrorists have killed more people in the U.S. than Islamic extremists.

But you won’t hear about that on Fox:

On the night of September 16, 31-year-old marksman Eric Frein was allegedly laying in wait outside the Blooming Grove police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania, preparing to assassinate state troopers. Shortly before 11 p.m., Bryon Dickson was shot and killed as he walked towards his patrol car. Moments later, as he approached the barracks to begin his overnight shift, trooper Alex Douglass was shot and seriously wounded by a bullet fired from a .308-caliber rifle.

Described as a  “survivalist,” Frein disappeared into the Poconos Mountains woods where he’s been hiding ever since, eluding law enforcement and its massive manhunt, which includes hundreds of law enforcement officers with assistance from the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Considered “extremely dangerous” and possibly armed with an AK-47, officials were forced to close local schools in fear Frein might attack again. Lots of businesses in the area were ordered to stay dark, and some U.S. mail deliveries were suspended out of fear postmen might be exposed as possible targets for the shooter.

And what was the possible motivation for the killing spree?

“He made statements about wanting to kill law enforcement officers and to commit mass acts of murder,” state police commissioner Frank Noonan warned the public at the time. Another official noted the shooter has a “longstanding grudge against law enforcement and government in general” dating back to at least 2006.

A friend was even more explicit.  “He was obviously a big critic of the federal government,” a friend name Jacktold CNN. (The friend did not give his last name.) “No indications of really any malice towards law enforcement in particular. Most of his aggression was (toward) the federal government.”

Sounds like homegrown, anti-government terrorism, right?

…But turn on Fox News and you don’t hear much about Eric Frein from the channel’s high-profile hosts. You don’t hear much about the anti-government zealot who murdered a cop, while trying to assassinate two. And you don’t hear evening hosts diving into Frein’s background trying to figure out what sparked his murderous streak.

There’s simply no interest.

In two weeks since the shooting, the Fox [has] mentioned Frein’s name in just six reports, and most of those were simply news updates that consisted of one or two sentences. Only one segment, which aired on On The Record With Greta Van Susteren, featured an extended conversation about the killing and the subsequent manhunt. In none of the six Fox reports however, were Frein’s vocal anti-government leanings mentioned, nor was there any suggestion Frein was a domestic terrorist…

In other words, on Fox News a Muslim who killed a co-worker in Oklahoma and who remains in police custody represents a much bigger story than a suspected anti-government assassin who killed a cop and remains on the run, eluding hundreds of law enforcement officials while terrorizing a Pennsylvania community.

California Seems to Keep its Weirdoes

As news has informed the country California is in a Drought Condition. Even though Cameras and Investigative reporting cannot quite assure anyone can truly grasp the concept of running out of water. It sounds impossible but it has already begun in some parts of Central California as Small Town Leaders outside of our Governor Jerry Brown are weighing in on reclaimed water for an emergency supplyl.…

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California Seems to Keep its Weirdoes

As news has informed the country California is in a Drought Condition. Even though Cameras and Investigative reporting cannot quite assure anyone can truly grasp the concept of running out of water. It sounds impossible but it has already begun in some parts of Central California as Small Town Leaders outside of our Governor Jerry Brown are weighing in on reclaimed water for an emergency supplyl.…

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Pit bulls Noteriety is from Bad Owners who Enslave and Trap Animals

I am the perfect opposite of all these Pit bull Owners who have these animals because they are cowards or braggarts.

We Inherited a Female Cat, and a House Male Pitbull.   Butch  is very  loved, spoiled rotten and polite to other animals. We had him  fixed a few years ago so he weighs more than the 2 teen boys together.

I raised, from pups, 6 pit bulls. Never 1 problem or incident from  any of…

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Pit bulls Noteriety is from Bad Owners who Enslave and Trap Animals

I am the perfect opposite of all these Pit bull Owners who have these animals because they are cowards or braggarts.

We Inherited a Female Cat, and a House Male Pitbull.   Butch  is very  loved, spoiled rotten and polite to other animals. We had him  fixed a few years ago so he weighs more than the 2 teen boys together.

I raised, from pups, 6 pit bulls. Never 1 problem or incident from  any of…

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California Seems to Keep its Weirdoes

As news has informed the country California is in a Drought Condition. Even though Cameras and Investigative reporting cannot quite assure anyone can truly grasp the concept of running out of water. It sounds impossible but it has already begun in some parts of Central California as Small Town Leaders outside of our Governor Jerry Brown are weighing in on reclaimed water for an emergency supplyl.  Yuck Toilet drinking water. If we don’t have a desalination technology to use ocean water as a supply first what makes these crazy’s in town council leadership think we have the technology to reinvent toilet water into healthy drinking water?   This is a whole new bigger Special sort of Weirdo “En Titled” because some stranger voted for them to be in office.

Then there is the opposite of an Arsonist starting up in California.  Los Angeles is being plagued with broken water mains on a twice a week basis ever since the Governor declared California in a state of emergency because of the drought.

Los Angeles has been hit with water main break after another. Flooding College Campus’s, Main Commuter streets, business districts, etc. As everyone reports these events I don’t understand why someone isn’t using their street cameras to investigate this “Coincidence” of water pipes breaking down like a dominoe effect.

Pit bulls Noteriety is from Bad Owners who Enslave and Trap Animals

I am the perfect opposite of all these Pit bull Owners who have these animals because they are cowards or braggarts.

We Inherited a Female Cat, and a House Male Pitbull.   Butch  is very  loved, spoiled rotten and polite to other animals. We had him  fixed a few years ago so he weighs more than the 2 teen boys together.

I raised, from pups, 6 pit bulls. Never 1 problem or incident from  any of them. Butch is my 7th.  Once butch introduces himself to strangers he does his duty. He remembers them and wont bark at them again. In fact he just discovered his bark. Now he barks at birds, lizards, and rabbits.  Everything he is too slow to catch.  Our fence is 2 feet high. My pitbull has free Rome. Only goes out of his yard with one of us.

He has fought off a coyote  that came too close to my boys.  He got the coyote and shook so hard they thought he broke Coyotes neck. It survived, moved far away from our area. If we had not run to where the boys left Butch he might have killed the poor thing. Butch  heard me so he stopped immediately tail wagging. He is not trained in any way but the basic commands.

Butch is one of my  success’ in life.   I am a very proud Pitbull owner.

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San Francisco 49ers played like the Raiders Today

Without the color differences in their uniforms I would have sworn the Raiders played the Chicago Bears today.

I think they set a new record for number of penalties in a single game beating the Raiders long standing record of penalties.

They even started out so good like the Raiders with a TD in under 3 minutes of play to set the stage for the rest of the game.

Maybe it wasn’t their fault at all maybe the new stadium has the referees all confused about who exactly is playing, assuming it was the silver and black attack instead of those good old boys from San Francisco. I did see a quality in the 49ers I haven’t seen since the 80’s and that is the turnover deceptions. Ball is turned over to your team for a touchdown just to be cancelled out by a penalty from the front line referee.

Did my 12 year old die hard 49ers fan learn alot today about the game of play nice. I myself am a die hard Raiders fan who doesn’t watch too much anymore because I hate the disappointment. They have everything they need except that 1 thing that’ll take them over the top and stomp everyone in their path all the way to Superbowl for 1 last ass whooping on whoever is unlucky enough to have made it all the way from the Eastern division.

Maybe its the heavy metal in both teams colors that has them fighting on the side. 1st place in the un-sports-man-like conduct competition of penalties per game.  Maybe this is where all the Money is gambled as a side bet.?

Grace next week California Football teams – your going to need it  so share nicely please.