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Re: Pornographic film, terrible music. Death to it all!
• Posted by: Chris M   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, September 3, 2002, at 2:12 a.m.
• IP Address: ltbrpx05-port-63.dial.telus.net
• In Response to: Pornographic film, terrible music. Death to it... (Mohd Achmed Yusoff)

> This film is a disgrace to all the people of Islam, and proves to the
> world once again why the United States is the enemy of our peoples. The
> film is disgusting, the music is inappropriate, and it displays an
> empowerment of women that in unacceptable to Muslim audiences. If this
> really is the most popular movie score at this site, then the world rages
> with sickness!

> Death to the United States! Death to Great Britain! Death to Tunisia!
Holy Crap man! If you don't like the movie, don't watch it! Don't spazz out about it though. George Lucas made the movie, not the millions of other people in the U.S., so why do they, according to you, deserve to die?(Boy I'm sure glad I'm from Canada-maybe I won't have to be killed over a simple movie)

And what freakin pornography are you talking about?! Oh right, you can see some of Amidala's skin in this movie. Unlike Episode I, she's not wearing everything but the kithchen sink. Oh boy, "empowering women", now insn't that one terrible as well. Especially considering that, in my opinion(and remember this is coming from a guy), most women are better than most men. They, especially the Moms, are the heart of the nation. Maybe that's the problem with Islam; you are suppressing the heart's ability to do it's job. Which would explain you heartlesness and cold-bloodedness. Anyway, if your so concerned about pornography, why do you seem to love killing. As far as I'm concerned, if you really believe what you say, you're no better than Bin Laden and his gang.

By the way, I've been wondering, if the U.S. is the "Enemy of your peoples", why do you watch their movies all the time. Movies such as Star Wars. Oh right, your movies probably suck eh. I mean, I understand, 95% of Canada's do too.

You guys are all murderers. Sorry if I offended anyone by saying that. I don't really mean it. I'm just trying to make a point. And that point is that obviously all Muslims aren't murderers and so by saying they are I was stereotyping. Just like that Yusoff dork did when he said that we all deserve to die because he doesn't like seeing movies in which women aren't oppressed. Whatever.

Oh and by the way, how is John Williams' score--um, let's see, how did he put it--"inapropriate". Look I'm sorry he's not a Muslim, but that doesn't mean he isn't the greatest modern day composer or that he didn't compose a superb score for this film. Oh now I see, he composed that beautifull love theme which you've apparently somehow construed to be evil. (And yet killing isn't?) The music "displays an empowerment of women" and, not only that, lifts your heart
and your spirit, both very terrible things indeed.

My advice to you: settle down, don't get so riled up about nothing or your going to explode(which might not be such a bad thing, come to think of it;and it would make a cool special effects shot for episode III).




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