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Thursday, February 23, 2006Some things are predictable
What is happening in the Muslim world is a good example of why I don't talk about my beliefs openly. Once others know what you believe, you become vulnerable to their vices. Therefore, if you learn your opponent’s religious beliefs, you will understand how they think and you will be able to manipulate their thoughts and actions because they now become predictable. It is a well-known fact that people can't think outside the confines of their religions. Surely, your God should be greater than any shrine or image on this earth. So, why all the turmoil?
These current attacks could be from anyone who stands to gain from the civil unrest in Iraq. The way the Muslim world is reacting lately - it is like taking candy from a baby (too easy). It is interesting to note, you didn't have this happening before the U.S. ousted Saddam Hussein. Some people it appears need to be controlled and ruled with an iron fist. Well, Well, I guess we can all conclude that the U.S. has successfully destabilized that region.
A bomb attack on an important Shia shrine has prompted Jalal Talabani, Iraq’s President, to plead with his countrymen not to allow the country to slide into civil war. “We are facing a major conspiracy that is targeting Iraq’s unity,” Mr Talabani said...