Dear Sir I agree with you about the Qu’ran and the Hadith. Is the main reason muslims stick with this evil because of the punishment for apostates? Finally, is Islam collapsing or is that just wishful thinking? And it is Islam that plots to dominate the world with a single world government. Any time we criticize Islam, Muslims and their fascist friends come to its defense and say that there are also moderate people among Muslims.
I am British and in this country even though people despise islam in private, they are less keen to announce it publicly. What is your suggested course of action to counter this? Regards The reason Muslims stick to their faith is for the fear of hell. Get out of the closet and announce publicly that Islam is incompatible with British values of freedom and democracy and that it has no place in your country. The greatest thinkers like Voltaire, Bertrand Russell, Thomas Paine and countless other bright minds were strong critics of religion. Why it is smart to criticize Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and all other faiths, but it is racist to criticize Islam? They want to bully you into silence and you should not give in to bullying. It is Islam that does not believe in democracy, equality, and the brotherhood of all the people. We are talking about Islam, which is, a religion and a political ideology. Immediately call them fascist for they are the ones who try to suppress your freedom of speech and defend a misogynistic ideology of hate, violence and domination.
In just two generations, the children of those cowards became fanatical Muslims and now we are suffering their persecution. The deceptions of the emperor’s invisible clothe is exposed when a child in the crowd, too young to understand the desirability of keeping up the pretense, blurts out that the Emperor is naked and the cry is taken up by others.
If you want to end this charade about Islam, you have to act like that child and blurt out that Islam is a religion of hate.
Fulci only got the gig directing Zombie Flesh Eaters (1979) for Fabrizio De Angelis after both Enzo Castellari and Joe D’Amato had turned it down.
All have subsequently been resurrected and reappraised in all their diverse digital glory and now it’s the turn of Fulci’s 1981 effort, The Black Cat…
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If I am caught by in a similar situation how can I and my family pass off as a Muslim. If an average citizen is afraid to speak his mind, and you seem to have accepted it, and probably do it yourself, why do you expect the politicians to put their career online? So if you don’t have the courage to do the right thing, don’t blame others.
One On Top Of The Other, Lizard In A Woman’s Skin, The Naples Connection, Manhattan Baby and “The Eroticist” all suffered in this way, as did the film under consideration here.
Even while Lucio Fulci’s zombie quartet was wowing the splatterati in the early ’80s, any attempt to do critical justice to his underrated non-Z offerings was thwarted, if not by sheer unavailability then by the poorly panned, scanned, expurgated and washed-out looking video releases that some of them did manage…
Once you do that, others will take courage and your cry will be taken up.
Then the politicians will find the courage to do what they are supposed to do, i.e. "It is you who undermine this value when you constant decry Julia's style as somehow being undemocratic.