14872Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Immigration, Islam & Freedom Addressed from God's Word
- Jul 3, 2006G'day Parnell,
Immigration is one of those hot-button issues for me. As you are
probably aware, last year we had Muslims terorising beach goers in
NSW, and when the locals had had enough of it, they finally took
matters into their own hands. This resulted in police attacking
their own kinsmen to "defend" gangs of immigrant thugs, and the
usual media whinning about how ashamed they are of their country.
(Unfortunately, they don't back up their statements by leaving :c).
It is amazing that these same gangs and their clerics always accuse
Jews of creating a "hostile environment". We have had Jews from the
start, and not one of them has ever harrassed or raped anyone.
Muslims come over, and we get nothing but constant trouble from day
one. I may not like the occupation of Palestinian Territories, but I
would rather live next door to a full-fledged AIPAC member than a
Leb Hizbollah member.
All the best,
--- In email@example.com, "Parnell McCarter"
>Establishment Principle position which was responsible in no small
> The book referenced is by a Baptist. It was the Baptist anti-
measure for getting us in our current mess with immigration.
Baptists have long argued that the State should not enforce the
first table of the Ten Commandments on the basis of their doctrine
of "soul liberty". This false doctrine opens the door for all sorts
of false religionists to take power and to come in.
>than Baptists for solutions on such issues as immigration of Muslims.
> As a former Baptist myself, I would recommend we look to other
> - Parnell McCarter
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