User Profile: KnightOfCydonia

KnightOfCydonia

Member Since: September 25, 2011

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  • September 27, 2011 at 11:29am

    Finally, a man of character, truth, and a man of the Constitution. I’ve heard Mr. Beck say it on the radio before, and I agree, Ron Paul is the only founder like President left. If anyone here has any hope in restoring the Constitution and the country peacefully, it starts with people like Ron Paul and having as active as a population as he does a voter base. Not going to tell you to vote for him, just google Ron Paul. Do your own research and form your own opinion.

  • September 25, 2011 at 11:20pm

    Lots of good hearted people here… thank you all for your replies and I intend to do more research as many people echoed here.

  • September 25, 2011 at 6:16pm

    As a secondary note, I do not believe in Islam as a form of Government or any of that. And as I already mentioned above, many Muslims would not classify me as one and the same terrorists who target innocent civilians would target my family and I.

    If this makes me a non-Muslim by definition, so be it. My faith is with God and freedom, not the text in a book nor the label that comes with it.

  • September 25, 2011 at 6:12pm

    @PATRIOT12

    What do you not think I am sincere in?

    In my love for the country? I stay awake late at night worrying for the future of this country just as much as anyone else and attempt to act in the best way possible to protect American values. I constantly bring Constitutional issues up within my daily life, social media, my own website, etc… I can point you in the direction of this “proof” but I’m not sure if anything online is justifiable enough…

    In my hopes for peace or feelings of sadness for the death of these people and others? I don’t know how to convince you of this, but I’m not sure I need to. I feel deep pain and sadness when I see this and at the same time I feel a responsibility to help fix it in some way.

    If you don’t believe that I’m sincere, you’re entitled to your opinion. It’s hurtful that my patriotism is questioned because of my faith, but I’d much rather you were honest than attempting to be politically correct and lying. So I at-least thank you for that.

  • September 25, 2011 at 5:56pm

    @Steve,

    For instance, if I didn’t call myself Muslim, but instead a Deist , I would still come from a Muslim background… One of the major problems I’ve heard from fellow Conservatives, including Dads and Navy dads of my friends who I’ve had extensive conversations with, is that Muslims aren’t doing their duty here in protesting against Terrorism. So, me just dropping the label wouldn’t fix the problem, but instead, would be me running away (which I may already be doing depending on the standpoint)

  • September 25, 2011 at 5:51pm

    @ Steve… But how is it responsible to drop the label of Muslim and just run away from the problem?

    Do you know what I mean?

  • September 25, 2011 at 5:49pm

    @LibertyTree

    With neither? I don’t support Shariah law at all, nor do I support religion being forced upon people. If I lived in a Middle Eastern Country (I was born in the West and live here) I would be protecting my family and attempting to get the hell out of there.

    As I said above, I stand by the American Constitution, which is a big reason of why I resonate with Mr. Beck, Judge Napolitano, Ron Paul, etc…

    Did I answer your question or did I totally miss on understanding it?

  • September 25, 2011 at 5:47pm

    @LibertyTree

    With neither? I don’t support Shariah law at all, nor do I support religion being forced upon people. If I lived in a Middle Eastern Country (I was born in the West and live here) I would be protecting my family and attempting to get the hell out of there.

    As I said above, I stand by the American Constitution, which is a big reason of why I resonate with Mr. Beck, Judge Napolitano, Ron Paul, etc…

    Did I answer your question or did I totally miss on understanding it?

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  • September 25, 2011 at 5:11pm

    @Truthseeker I replied to you once, but for some reason my comment didn’t go through or didn’t load.

    I haven’t done enough for sure and I do understand your point. I myself find it very difficult to converse with Muslims when it comes to Religion/politics because I have such different views. No achievement worthwile is easy though, and I will put more effort into confronting Muslims on why the group isn’t more active in protesting against Radicalism and Terrorism.

    Thanks for the feedback.

    @Steve you’ve got a point when it comes to me, I’ve always held God as a very personal matter to me and even dislike participating in group prayers, which are very common in Islam. My own dad and I have had many problems when it comes to my own faith because like I said, I like to keep my relationship between me and God between me and God.

    In terms of percentage, I’m not sure how much of a Muslim I am or how devout I am. I believe in God and believe in freedom and doing good upon your fellow man. To me, that is what faith is. But, in terms of what percentage other Muslims would put on me, some would say I’m not even Muslim.

    So, I would agree that your point is very valid, but I would also say that there are many moderate Muslims who are active in their faith but show no approval for the horrific act in this news story. They haven’t done their role in speaking out against it, and that is their own fault, my own fault, and the faiths fault.

  • September 25, 2011 at 4:59pm

    I agree TruthSeeker. I haven’t made enough of an effort to convince Muslims to attempt to be more active in speaking out against shariah and Terrorism, rather than sitting back and letting the world collapse in-front of our eyes. I’ve had this conversation one on one with other Muslims, but many are as young as I am( college, 20) and are as lazy as many people our age when it comes to politics. It’s very tough, but worthwhile achievements are rarely easy.

    I do understand your point because I myself differ with most Muslims in opinion and see the problem.
    Thanks for the feedback.

  • September 25, 2011 at 3:38pm

    None of these other guys even have a comparable voting record to Ron Paul when it comes to supporting the Constitution, sound money, and liberty in general here. I mean the guy has been protecting the Constitution for over 20 years and continues to be censored in America.

    I fear for our country when the only Constitutionalist and man of any resemblance to a founding father comes behind the conservatives who tell people they have the same beliefs, but act in a completely different manner when it comes to voting and/or passing bills.

    In reply to the story Herman Cain Wins Florida Straw Poll

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  • September 25, 2011 at 3:27pm

    @Euragone, the actions of these Palestinians is just as disgusting to me as many of the people here. But, my family is also Muslim, and I happen to be a big supporter of the Constitution and liberty here.

    I would hope that my fellow Americans like you don’t judge me for the actions of these people, but everyday I grow farther from that idea as terorrist attacks continue to happen.

    I’m truly sorry members of the Islamic faith act in a way that is hard to describe by words, but I’d like to reaffirm that not all Muslims are like this. You have your rights to believe what you want though, and I can see why holding a negative opinion toward Muslims may be justified.

    Once again, I’m sorry for their actions. Truly.