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Woman says suspect in Wesleyan 'shooter' scare accused her of violating Sharia law

A woman who shares children with the man who sparked an "active shooter" scare at Macon's Wesleyan College on Monday filed a petition for a restraining order the same day, alleging abuse and that he had accused her of violating Sharia law.
 

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any individual in this free country can follow whatever code they wish, as long as their behavior/actions doesn't violate the laws of the jurisdiction in which they live.
 

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Sharia law? What are you talking about? Because the guy did not like the way his wife dressed, now there is Sharia law in Georgia? LOL! Get serious. :screwy:
 

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For years, Orthodox Jews in NY and NJ had "kosher kops" -- actual government law enforcement officers--- enforcing religious laws on labeling and handling loser food.
 

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Nah, this does not Sharia Law make.
 

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That's how a situation that college officials estimate lasted about 10 minutes was mistakenly confused with a scenario involving an armed threat on campus.
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Andrea Williford, the college's vice president for institutional advancement, said the episode was over before an alert could be sent to students warning them of a possible threat.
 

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i agree that wasn't an implementation of sharia law, mainly because he didn't initiate force. but what if he had used force on the lady? would it have been seen as an implementation of sharia law then? if 1 man doing it is not enough, how many does it take? 2? 100? 300,000,000? more importantly, when does it become wrong, and why?
 

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Sharia law? What are you talking about? Because the guy did not like the way his wife dressed, now there is Sharia law in Georgia? LOL! Get serious. :screwy:
I agree, and think it is another entertaining example of a noob (someone that lacks intelligence or common sense) confusing what's running around in his little mind with reality. And transgressing the law, then saying that he is the victim because of the consequences resulting from enforcement of the law. And a whole additional layer of hilarity when a college administration makes its own mistakes so that local law enforcement is called in about a threat that really didn't exist. Yes, the guy is a special kind of stupid. And that stupidity suddenly made his life much more complicated.
But it is sobering to consider that when enough noobs enacted their fantasies with reality, there are now instances of territorial swatches of major western cities which have evolved into Muslim exclaves genuinely operating with Sharia governance. Like London, Paris and Malmo in Sweden. And very possibly, with more time and more immigration, Germany. Enforcing Sharia law upon the dressing apparel of women, the lack of beards on men, the sale and drinking of alcohol, and other things.
That's reasonably serious. Ever hear about "the nose of the camel under the tent"? In the span of less than a decade, the previously mentioned cities are really struggling to operate without governmental fragmentation.
 

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Sharia Law is enforced by an authoritarian theocracy.

One man doing it is for an honor killing is murder.

An entire government enforcing it is Sharia Law.

They have to overthrow COTUS here in the US and then put all those laws on the books, then if a police man enforced those laws and chopped the head off a girl for dating a non-Muslim, that would be enforcing Sharia Law.
 

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Sharia Law is enforced by an authoritarian theocracy.

One man doing it is for an honor killing is murder.

An entire government enforcing it is Sharia Law.

They have to overthrow COTUS here in the US and then put all those laws on the books, then if a police man enforced those laws and chopped the head off a girl for dating a non-Muslim, that would be enforcing Sharia Law.
one man doing it, from his perspective, is still executing sharia law. from external perspectives, as you said...it is criminal behavior. this relationship doesn't change, regardless of the size of the group doing the enforcement. the US government doing it, is executing its law. from my, external perspective, it is criminal behavior.

and no, they don't have to overthrow the cotus. they didn't overthrow the bodies of law in europe where sharia courts have cropped up. they just started executing it.
 

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("Sharia"... Social nation)
Hardly the first time some nutjob found some way to "justify" and rationalize his nutjob behavior.

There are parts of this planet where... well, for want of better phrasing... where SERIOUS PSYCHOLOGICAL ILLNESS is considered "normal" and "mature" and the culture has even CODIFIED these disorders and malignancies into their social order.

:screwy:

I consider "Sharia" to be one such example.

For some territorial nations, these codified disorders appear to be a main export.
 

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Sharia Law is enforced by an authoritarian theocracy.

One man doing it is for an honor killing is murder.

An entire government enforcing it is Sharia Law.

They have to overthrow COTUS here in the US and then put all those laws on the books, then if a police man enforced those laws and chopped the head off a girl for dating a non-Muslim, that would be enforcing Sharia Law.
Nah...oversimplification isn't helping.
If two followers of Islam meet, fall in love, want to get married in the traditional manner, then they can choose to "follow Sharia law" in their private contract. No authoritarian enforcement of anything needed.

Likewise, if one wishes to serve halal food at their establishment they can also choose to "follow Sharia law"...No authoritarian enforcement there either.

Or if one wishes to participate in a social gathering that "follows Sharia law" one may be expected to wear specific garb at a private function. Again, no authoritarian enforcement...

Or we can put heads back in the sand and pretend that "Sharia law" is all about blood in the streets and use that as a reason to provide the government permission and a reusable template to strip everybody of whatever rights they choose in the future.
 

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Sharia law? What are you talking about? Because the guy did not like the way his wife dressed, now there is Sharia law in Georgia? LOL! Get serious. :screwy:
Are there any muslims in Georgia?
 

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Nah...oversimplification isn't helping.
If two followers of Islam meet, fall in love, want to get married in the traditional manner, then they can choose to "follow Sharia law" in their private contract. No authoritarian enforcement of anything needed.

Likewise, if one wishes to serve halal food at their establishment they can also choose to "follow Sharia law"...No authoritarian enforcement there either.

Or if one wishes to participate in a social gathering that "follows Sharia law" one may be expected to wear specific garb at a private function. Again, no authoritarian enforcement...

Or we can put heads back in the sand and pretend that "Sharia law" is all about blood in the streets and use that as a reason to provide the government permission and a reusable template to strip everybody of whatever rights they choose in the future.
Sharia forces a lot of things, so does US law, I'm against it all.
 

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There are parts of this planet where... well, for want of better phrasing... where SERIOUS PSYCHOLOGICAL ILLNESS is considered "normal" and "mature" and the culture has even CODIFIED these disorders and malignancies into their social order.
Yup.
California.

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