You really love to use ad hominem without providing any real evidence. I’ll be replying to your points chronologically. You used the word “bigot” a grand total of eight times.
Perhaps you should actually read some of that “anti-Muslim circlejerking” so that you can enlighten yourself. I posted a relevant page, clearly addressing your concerns on why it isn’t just “one Muslim” which is the problem, but the entire ideology that they are brainwashed into believing from the day they are born.
Like I said in my last post, I’d love to see you provide some evidence to back your points up. Or is there none? I am British, and it is difficult to avoid knowing about all of the major terrorist attacks striking Europe. Let’s see how many of them were committed by a Muslim.
You can attempt to justify all of this “gender identity” hogwash as much as you want. All you’re doing is forcing the generations after you to be more and more conservative as your screeching worries them. Generation Z is the most conservative generation since World War 2, so you can see how well that’s working.
The investment and employment of slaves was banned in the US from 1800. The United States prohibited importing slaves on the 2nd March, 1807. The British Empire abolished slavery on the 25th March, 1807. In 1808 the US made it a crime to import and export slaves. So yes, the slave trade was abolished in the early 1800s.
I’m pointing out that the man was justified in his opinion, and that he is allowed to express it. Verse 3:28 of the Quran tells Muslims to not take those outside the faith as friends unless it is to “guard themselves” against danger, meaning that there are times when a Muslim can appear friendly, even if they don’t feel that way. The owner said that he is not racist. He is not racist, as Muslim is not a race. I suppose a bigot (as by the actual definition of the word) such as yourself would find that difficult to understand.
I’ll have you know that my father is a pagan and my mother is a scientist. I was raised to look at things logically (which is more than you can say) and use factual evidence to support my claims. The only contact with Christianity I have had is through my grandparents, who are very lax Christians. As well as my wife, who has adopted the moral beliefs of Christianity but is also somewhere along the lines of a deist. My secondary school was extremely tolerant towards diversity and other religions. I was taught the teachings of Buddhism, Sikhism, Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism. I also have entered every one of their places of worship and sat with them. I have decided myself to be agnostic, as we cannot say for sure that there is or isn’t a God. So no, I’ll have you know that I was not raised as a Christian bigot.
Oh look, you even compared me to Hitler. That’s cute, and also a methodology which is very commonly used by the “progressive” left to denounce right wing values. Considering Hitler managed to completely U turn Germany’s economy in a mere eight years, I’ll take that as a compliment.