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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 12:32 pm 
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bugoyparin wrote:

Agreed.
Liberal policies on such issues are only good for press release.
There should be a clear line set on which to trust and allow.

sweeping statement yan sa mga muslim...

hindi lang discriminatory but you already accusing all muslims are favor/approved this acts...

currently some muslim countries are fighting on these kind of people...

pero sa inyo pati sila ganun din...

alangya![/quote]


Yeah... I know... Alangya talaga...
I didn't expect I would come to this point na wala na katiwa-tiwala sa kanila...

Andaming Americ@ns, lived comfortably and attended good schools here...
That should remove some good amount of radical tendencies, right?
Wrong... Andami pa rin nahuhuling pumupunta sa ME to join ISIS... Some do support on their own little ways. It's sporadic.
I think it's on the teaching, but the world just don't want to accept it.
Sa doktrina nila... May tatlong option lang ang non-believer... join them, get far away from them or be killed.

Dapat may clear line to set what is civilized and what is not within their belief, no matter how fine the line is.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 12:37 pm 
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btw, this acts have nothing to do with BBL and liberal party...

walang kuneksyon...

kitang kita at obvious na obvious ang pagka iyakin nyo sa pnoy govt...

lets separate global issue sa local....

napaka ungas ng dating nyo...


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kasalanan ni Pnoy yan


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 12:46 pm 
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In some ways... It is connected to BBL.
France put some open arms even after Sep 11while the US and UK are putting hardline policies.
Maybe thinking these radicals would go easy on them.. uh oh... They're wrong :(

Dito ang connection ng BBL, we cannot go on haste in agreeing to their terms just like the first version of BBL. Even extending too much na madaming pieces were seen unconstitutional.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 12:48 pm 
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AnTararatan wrote:
In some ways... It is connected to BBL.
France put some open arms even after Sep 11while the US and UK are putting hardline policies.
Maybe thinking these radicals would go easy on them.. uh oh... They're wrong :(

Dito ang connection ng BBL, we cannot go on haste in agreeing to their terms just like the first version of BBL. Even extending too much na madaming pieces were seen unconstitutional.


in some way... pero youre statement is sweeping...

ayus ah...


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 12:52 pm 
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sure ako, hindi atheist ang gagawa ng ganyang mga bagay.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 12:57 pm 
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AnTararatan wrote:

Yeah... I know... Alangya talaga...
I didn't expect I would come to this point na wala na katiwa-tiwala sa kanila...

Andaming Americ@ns, lived comfortably and attended good schools here...
That should remove some good amount of radical tendencies, right?
Wrong... Andami pa rin nahuhuling pumupunta sa ME to join ISIS... Some do support on their own little ways. It's sporadic.
I think it's on the teaching, but the world just don't want to accept it.
Sa doktrina nila... May tatlong option lang ang non-believer... join them, get far away from them or be killed.

Dapat may clear line to set what is civilized and what is not within their belief, no matter how fine the line is.


lived comfortably?

yung nangyayaring shooting incident ba dyan sa mga eskwelahan mga muslim din ba ang may kagagawan?


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PH vows ‘higher’ Apec summit security after Paris attacks

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Hindi niyo nga magawang bigyan proteksyon ang SAF44, APEC pa kaya?
ngak! ngak! ngak!

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 1:48 pm 
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AnTararatan wrote:
bugoyparin wrote:

Agreed.
Liberal policies on such issues are only good for press release.
There should be a clear line set on which to trust and allow.

sweeping statement yan sa mga muslim...

hindi lang discriminatory but you already accusing all muslims are favor/approved this acts...

currently some muslim countries are fighting on these kind of people...

pero sa inyo pati sila ganun din...

alangya!



Yeah... I know... Alangya talaga...
I didn't expect I would come to this point na wala na katiwa-tiwala sa kanila...

Andaming Americ@ns, lived comfortably and attended good schools here...
That should remove some good amount of radical tendencies, right?
Wrong... Andami pa rin nahuhuling pumupunta sa ME to join ISIS... Some do support on their own little ways. It's sporadic.
I think it's on the teaching, but the world just don't want to accept it.
Sa doktrina nila... May tatlong option lang ang non-believer... join them, get far away from them or be killed.

Dapat may clear line to set what is civilized and what is not within their belief, no matter how fine the line is.[/quote]


That's what they get when people becomes this blind follower zombie of some bronze age obsolete war mongering faith/s... They forget how to use their reasonable common sense. :(

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:03 pm 
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bugoyparin wrote:
AnTararatan wrote:
In some ways... It is connected to BBL.
France put some open arms even after Sep 11while the US and UK are putting hardline policies.
Maybe thinking these radicals would go easy on them.. uh oh... They're wrong :(

Dito ang connection ng BBL, we cannot go on haste in agreeing to their terms just like the first version of BBL. Even extending too much na madaming pieces were seen unconstitutional.


in some way... pero youre statement is sweeping...

ayus ah...


Yung in some ways... For the BBL connection. How congress and the palace has done the agreement. Similar to French crafting their policies towards possible radicals.

Yung sweeping statement on Muslim radicalism... I wouldn't blink on it.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:08 pm 
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bugoyparin wrote:
AnTararatan wrote:

Yeah... I know... Alangya talaga...
I didn't expect I would come to this point na wala na katiwa-tiwala sa kanila...

Andaming Americ@ns, lived comfortably and attended good schools here...
That should remove some good amount of radical tendencies, right?
Wrong... Andami pa rin nahuhuling pumupunta sa ME to join ISIS... Some do support on their own little ways. It's sporadic.
I think it's on the teaching, but the world just don't want to accept it.
Sa doktrina nila... May tatlong option lang ang non-believer... join them, get far away from them or be killed.

Dapat may clear line to set what is civilized and what is not within their belief, no matter how fine the line is.


lived comfortably?

yung nangyayaring shooting incident ba dyan sa mga eskwelahan mga muslim din ba ang may kagagawan?



Well, let's just stick with the topic, shall we? :biglaugh:
The stats of those who joined and were caught supporting ISIS and similar radicalism here in the US show the big chunks of them living mid to upper mid class (US), including stoopid Fil-Sham.

Hindi maganda pakinggan but the world should wake up from this hypocrisy, not showing the real deal.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:22 pm 
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AnTararatan wrote:
bugoyparin wrote:
AnTararatan wrote:
In some ways... It is connected to BBL.
France put some open arms even after Sep 11while the US and UK are putting hardline policies.
Maybe thinking these radicals would go easy on them.. uh oh... They're wrong :(

Dito ang connection ng BBL, we cannot go on haste in agreeing to their terms just like the first version of BBL. Even extending too much na madaming pieces were seen unconstitutional.


in some way... pero youre statement is sweeping...

ayus ah...


Yung in some ways... For the BBL connection. How congress and the palace has done the agreement. Similar to French crafting their policies towards possible radicals.

Yung sweeping statement on Muslim radicalism... I wouldn't blink on it.


Most of the senators support Muslim... some do not support BBL due to constitutionality...

even bbm supports what muslim wants but not to the extent of changing and twisting our law...

but you and kamiyaw are different... you're statement are sweeping regardless if they are just muslim or radicals...

you really shows you are ANTI-MUSLIM!


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:25 pm 
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AnTararatan wrote:
bugoyparin wrote:
AnTararatan wrote:

Yeah... I know... Alangya talaga...
I didn't expect I would come to this point na wala na katiwa-tiwala sa kanila...

Andaming Americ@ns, lived comfortably and attended good schools here...
That should remove some good amount of radical tendencies, right?
Wrong... Andami pa rin nahuhuling pumupunta sa ME to join ISIS... Some do support on their own little ways. It's sporadic.
I think it's on the teaching, but the world just don't want to accept it.
Sa doktrina nila... May tatlong option lang ang non-believer... join them, get far away from them or be killed.

Dapat may clear line to set what is civilized and what is not within their belief, no matter how fine the line is.


lived comfortably?

yung nangyayaring shooting incident ba dyan sa mga eskwelahan mga muslim din ba ang may kagagawan?



Well, let's just stick with the topic, shall we? :biglaugh:
The stats of those who joined and were caught supporting ISIS and similar radicalism here in the US show the big chunks of them living mid to upper mid class (US), including stoopid Fil-Sham.

Hindi maganda pakinggan but the world should wake up from this hypocrisy, not showing the real deal.


stick to the topic... that's one page away... the early posters focus on paris... and you and kamiyaw just inserted BBL...

and now stick to the topic?

nakngteteng...


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:57 pm 
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bugoyparin wrote:

Most of the senators support Muslim... some do not support BBL due to constitutionality...

even bbm supports what muslim wants but not to the extent of changing and twisting our law...

but you and kamiyaw are different... you're statement are sweeping regardless if they are just muslim or radicals...

you really shows you are ANTI-MUSLIM!


The senators have faces and votes to protect, I don't.
So I do say the real thing on my head, they don't. :lol:

Maybe I just don't trust what they're eating. It's making them irrational.

:biglaugh:


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2015 3:00 pm 
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AnTararatan wrote:
bugoyparin wrote:
AnTararatan wrote:

Yeah... I know... Alangya talaga...
I didn't expect I would come to this point na wala na katiwa-tiwala sa kanila...

Andaming Americ@ns, lived comfortably and attended good schools here...
That should remove some good amount of radical tendencies, right?
Wrong... Andami pa rin nahuhuling pumupunta sa ME to join ISIS... Some do support on their own little ways. It's sporadic.
I think it's on the teaching, but the world just don't want to accept it.
Sa doktrina nila... May tatlong option lang ang non-believer... join them, get far away from them or be killed.

Dapat may clear line to set what is civilized and what is not within their belief, no matter how fine the line is.


lived comfortably?

yung nangyayaring shooting incident ba dyan sa mga eskwelahan mga muslim din ba ang may kagagawan?



Well, let's just stick with the topic, shall we? :biglaugh:
The stats of those who joined and were caught supporting ISIS and similar radicalism here in the US show the big chunks of them living mid to upper mid class (US), including stoopid Fil-Sham.

Hindi maganda pakinggan but the world should wake up from this hypocrisy, not showing the real deal.




si mam bugoy kung saan napupunta. Mahilig talaga maglihis ng topic.
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