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07-23-2011, 02:15 AM
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Reports today have shattered the normally very quiet and tolerant society that Norway is recognised as.
A 32 year old Christian fundamentalist has gone on a rampage killing and injuring many while shouting “ all must die…”

What is going on here ...what would make anyone do this...
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07-24-2011, 04:01 AM
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Seems there was more to this story , the camping party was more like the young minds of Norway's politically active .


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07-28-2011, 01:17 AM
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I posted a bit about this on the main site,

I didn't get into the specifics of it, as horrible as they are; however I was watching the news (in America) and after seeing 3 different news casters explain how this man is not a Christian (mostly because he killed people and Christians don't kill Huh ) I got aggravated and put up a video and a short take. I'll repeat my comment here so others may join in...

Other newscasters are saying the same thing! That because of his actions, the bomber was not a Christian!

This is BS! Firstly Christians, for a very long time, followed the bible as fact and the literal word of God, we refer to this time period as the Dark Ages! Now a days, killing in the name of our religion and oppression of women is taboo if not completely wrong and illegal! My point to this is that committing a cruel act in the name of you religion does not exclude you form that religion, however much others may wish it did.

We (as Americans) do not treat other beliefs like this. Imagine labeling Islamic extremist bombers, not Islamic because they killed innocent people!

This is a blatant attempt at keeping your Christian religion 'holly' and above the rest! You can not pick and choose deeds done in the name of you religion anymore than you can pick and choose sections of your Holly book, and ignore the rest!

My personal #1 reason that I don't like religion is because I like knowledge! And Religion suppresses knowledge; not just the knowledge unfortunately, but it suppresses the entire drive to understand.
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