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Bill Maher vs Ben Affleck in heated discussion of Islam

Bill Maher vs Ben Affleck in heated discussion of Islam

(10:05) Facts and emotion get mixed up in a heated discussion about the influence of fundamentalists among Muslims. On one side, Bill Maher, and Sam Harris. On the other, Ben Affleck, Nicholas Kristol, and Michael Steele.

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Guest: (1111 days ago)

Totally with you SS.ATM. Well put. I would like to ad however that Ben Hairflick seemed like a petulant child, not gettin enought camera time. He seemed immature and ridic... and he looked like a gay fat queen, gettin... Jus sayin

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Totally with you SS.ATM. Well put. I would like to ad however that Ben Hairflick seemed like a petulant child, not gettin enought camera time. He seemed immature and ridic... and he looked like a gay fat queen, gettin... Jus sayin

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Guest: SSSSS.ATM (1110 days ago)
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thanks.

yeah i agree, in this clip ben does act like a feminist but... he's actually a smart guy

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thanks.

yeah i agree, in this clip ben does act like a feminist but... he's actually a smart guy

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Guest: SS.ATM (1112 days ago)

GEE, i don't know... on ne hand i think ben is technically right... on the other hand 1 bad apple will spoil the whole basket.

The Question is: how many of those apples are spoiled and is it worth looking through the basket to recover the ones that are not yet spoiled or should the whole thing be thrown away?

It's economics at this point, i think... will we put more energy into recovering the apples than we are expected to get out? how much are those apples worth anyway and how much time will it take me to sort them out?

Of course, those apples are actually people. So how much is their life worth and is it worth it for us to "sort them out" ? is it even moral for us to do that? with what authority? is our "western morrality" better than the muslim one? Aren't we suppose to "globally defend" the rights of minorities, including religion (in this case 1 and a half billioin people represent a global minority) ?

Anyway, i don't really care... fu*k them sand ni**ers. Nuke'em.

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GEE, i don't know... on ne hand i think ben is technically right... on the other hand 1 bad apple will spoil the whole basket.

The Question is: how many of those apples are spoiled and is it worth looking through the basket to recover the ones that are not yet spoiled or should the whole thing be thrown away?

It's economics at this point, i think... will we put more energy into recovering the apples than we are expected to get out? how much are those apples worth anyway and how much time will it take me to sort them out?

Of course, those apples are actually people. So how much is their life worth and is it worth it for us to "sort them out" ? is it even moral for us to do that? with what authority? is our "western morrality" better than the muslim one? Aren't we suppose to "globally defend" the rights of minorities, including religion (in this case 1 and a half billioin people represent a global minority) ?

Anyway, i don't really care... fu*k them sand ni**ers. Nuke'em.

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Guest: hmmm. (1112 days ago)

There are two sides to this coin and your last sentence is the other side of it. . .

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There are two sides to this coin and your last sentence is the other side of it. . .

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