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Does this violation prove my point that intolerance is alive and well when it comes to religion?

Question: Are Christians a target of racism from people who have other beliefs?

Question Details: No racism is prejudice against a race of people, but Christan's seem to be the most prejudiced against American Indian people, and are highly intolerant of other religious beliefs

Deleted Answer: No racism is prejudice against a race of people, but Christan's seem to be the most prejudiced against American Indian people, and are highly intolerant of other religious beliefs

Reason of Violation:Community Guidelines Violation

Gee must of been one intolerant reporter, hum wonder if they said a prayer for me?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Wow. But you've seen mine, of course.

    Crazy people out here, and I wouldn't assume it was a Christian, btw.

    Plenty of trouble-making trolls.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The question doesn't make sense, " No racism is prejudice against a race of people"? WTF?????? That's what racism is! One race hating another!

    Ask the liberal non-Christan why they reported you, and violated YOUR freedom to speak your mind. True Christans, and true conservative's don't do that. We dance, and always walk the long road. We must, or we ourselves, will never know FREEDOM.

    PS I am 1/4 Cherokee Indian, and my grandmother taught me that God is good, and we must bare hatred, and other's dishoner, while we are here, so when Christ comes to take us home, we will deserve to be with Him. She was a full-bloode Cherokee Indian, and had more mercy, kindness, forgiveness, and understanding than anyone I have ever known. I've told you this before, Paul.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It all depends on if you have a troll out there who's mad at you...last week I had two questions deleted by reporters that in no way, shape or form violated community guidelines...I requested a review from the answers team and only got a canned response. One was a five part joke of "Men are like computers cause" with no obscene or off color answers. Proves to me that answers team does no checking whatsoever. Nothing you can do about it except try to figure out who did it and go for payback.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I think most people do not know the history of the Christians that came to the America and tried to convert us "Devils" They do now know how the Spanish cut of our Grandparents feet to keep us from running. They do not know of the slave labor that built all the churches. They do not know the idea of a ghost scared the hell out of our grand parents. They do not know that we could have slaughtered them all in one fell swoop, but we let them leave with out harassment only to have the Spanish priest come back and infect our people with Small Pox. Most religious people are ignorant to the fact that their book is a story book. They have no idea about the Cristian's tying our dead to our backs until the corpses rotted off. They don't know about the Holy wars were they slaughtered a bunch of their own Christians and catapulted their rotten corpses over the walls. Or the mass burning in the shape of the Christian cross. it's OK brother, when they come back as dogs and lizards we'll run them over and trample them under our feet.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Complain to Yahoo! that they deleted you unfairly. I did that on a different question -- they apologized to me for their error and gave me back the points they had taken away when they deleted the answer.

    Regarding your view about religion being intolerant, ........

    I clearly remember a fat kid in my junior high school who went around the class asking everyone whether they went to church every Sunday. Every classmate who said yes, they do go every Sunday, the fat kid would laugh at derisively. He mocked and ridiculed everyone who took their religion seriously and who went to church every Sunday.

    Whether or not you are religious or irreligious has nothing to do with whether or not you are tolerant or intolerant. I think that people who can't bear to hear the words "under God" in the Pledge and who file lawsuits demanding that the words be taken out of the Pledge are the ones who are very intolerant.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Protest the violation.... But sense it is obvious that it is a violation I don't see you getting anywhere. And I don't see any intolerance. IMHO both the question and the details are hard to understand. And I don't see why you just repeated the question as an answer.

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  • 4 years ago

    You requested a sensible, logical and thoughtful question. maximum of those questions by non-Christian writers are rude, crude and meant to mock those that do not see like they do. you've each good to have self assurance what you wish, yet you do not have the right to be rude and placed others down by what you're saying. lower back, as I suggested, you probably did not come into your question saying issues like you're stupid or such issues as that. Others do. They get suggested for not thinking or respecting others. many human beings misrepresent what the Bible says about judging. The Bible does say do not choose, it truly is, do not say what someone thinks about something or why someone feels as they do. The Bible does say the Christians will be judges of one yet another. This judgment is to ascertain someone kill yet another and understand (not what we call choose) the guy is responsible of homicide. both words are literally not interchangeable like we attempt to cause them to.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I am a Christian, I have been the target of racism. I apologize for any racism towards the American Indians, but I assure you it didn't come from me.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    yet questions like the one below are still allowed to remain!

    says a lot about the customer care & their guidelines on Y!A

    Question below (on another post)

    Is there a way I can screen the BLACK EMPLOYEES at the door for the NEW YEAR without appearing racist?

    Source(s): lol, i totally agree with Freeman
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  • 1 decade ago

    ...

    All religions are intolerant of other religions.

    In the Americas the majority are Christian, therefore

    it is a no brainer that people of the Christian faith would

    be the majority prejudice against their fellow Native Americans.

    ...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You have offended someone even if you and I know that "No offense" was intended. There is no real freedom on this board. all it takes is one "Not" to like your question and you will be gone. A million can like your question but only one can destroy you. Not fair.

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