Monday, January 31, 2011

Blazing Cat Fur: Jim Carrey hasn't been funny for a long time...I say we feed him to the Hindu's

Blazing Cat Fur: Jim Carrey hasn't been funny for a long time...I say we feed him to the Hindu's

Christians-Buddhists-Jews support Hindus upset over depiction of Lord Ganesh as sex act

Considering world dhimmitude, you would think 'bashing' polytheists is halal for 'people of the book'...

maybe the being in nevada the stealth universalists saw an opportunity to set a precedent, should their progressive pressure work of course...

from link..
"Rajan Zed argued that Hinduism was the oldest and third largest religion of the world with about one billion adherents and a rich philosophical thought and it should not be taken lightly. No faith, larger or smaller, should be ridiculed at; Zed said and added if Hollywood or other entertainment executives needed any assistance about Hinduism, he or other Hindu scholars would be glad to help."


I would like to ask him if that includes islam.. With all the unity/universalism talk in the article, I had to look deeper...

Lookie what I found.. more evidence of irrational acceptance of islam through the bahai..
Sunday, August 19, 2007

Hindu chaplain protested in U.S. Senate, honored in Nevada
Local Hindu Chaplain Rajan Zed continues to make what I consider positive news. Here's what went on in Reno after his U.S. Senate opening prayer (see previous post).

Nevada clergy, drawn from various religions, today came together in support of fellow Nevadan chaplain Rajan Zed, whose historic first Hindu prayer in United States (US) Senate in Washington DC on July 12 faced protest shouts from visitors gallery.

Catholic, Protestant, Latter Day Saints, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, and Bahai clergy today honored him with a grand reception here, where various political, government, community, and student leaders were also present. He was garlanded by Reverend Gene Savoy Jr., President of Nevada Clergy Association, and was presented with a plaque by Rabbi Myra Soifer of local Temple Sinai on behalf of Interfaith Community of Northern Nevada, which said, "…The interfaith clergy and leaders of northern Nevada proudly recognize and honor this unprecedented achievement…"

The atmosphere was filled with love, unity and togetherness where clergy with seriously different traditions mingled with each other over spicy East Indian food and laughed in unison.


I'm telling you.. the bahai are the stealth jihad..

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