Guess the word

Trawling through the older blog posts over at GrodsCorp, I stumbled upon this quote by a certain conservative (and racist) commentator:

The problem is, all ##### are supporters of Saddam and love terrorism, and hate the Jews, who are the moist wonderful people in this, our earth.

Can you guess the missing word?

PS: Happy New ‘Ear. All the best from us here at Non-Linear Thinking.


27 Responses to Guess the word

  1. nlthinking says:

    Well…happy belated new year.

  2. Brian says:

    “Can you guess the missing word?”


    “…the Jews, who are the moist wonderful people in this, our earth.”

    Moist? Must be the after effects of all that running around the Gaza strip in their stuffy tanks.

  3. Reuben says:

    No…Brian. Incorrect.

    It’s meant to say ‘most’, but the idiot who wrote it typed ‘moist’ instead…and having seen your interpretation, it makes sense.

  4. Brian says:

    Okay, let’s have another bash…it wouldn’t be ‘left-wing, queer-loving, god-forsaken, tree-hugging, abortion-sucking, commie bastards’ would it? It sounds about right…but it looks a bit long to fit the space.

  5. Reuben says:

    Excellent, Brian. You are essentially correct, but it is only one word…

    Another hint: its writer recently left a single comment on my blog (perhaps a month or so ago).

  6. Brian says:


  7. Reuben says:

    No where near; you were closer to the truth in your previous comment. 🙂

  8. Sanders says:

    The problem is Islam and Judaism cannot co-exist peacefully.

  9. Reuben says:

    Nonsense, Sam. It’s just religion breeds intolerance. I think you’ll find the tensions between the two religions are based largely around the presence of Israel.

  10. Sanders says:

    There are political, cultural and economical issues that cause difficulties between Judaism and Islam however; there is one conflict that is based on a religious grounds.

    Judaism teaches that the son of Abraham received the blessing of God to lead yet, Islam teaches this is not so and Ishmael was the chosen seed. Already we can notice that the very foundation of each religion contradict one another. And yes, Reuben, the holy land, ‘Palestine’ (Israel) is always an issue fought over by both religions as who is entitled to it. But also as one key point, Judeo-Christian belief (by which, I mean, common grounds that Christianity and Judaism share) teaches that God loves all, believers and unbelievers, however, Muslims concept of mercy towards unbelievers is much different.

    A few quotes from the Koran:

    “Kill those who join other gods with God wherever you may find them,” (Quran 9:6).

    “Those who believe fight in the cause of God” (4.76)

    “Let those who fight in the cause of God who barter the life of this world for that which is to come; for whoever fights on God’s path, whether he is killed or triumphs, We will give him a handsome reward” (4.74).

    “Say to the Infidels: if they desist from their unbelief, what is now past shall be forgiven; but if they return to it, they have already before them the doom of the ancients! Fight then against them till strife be at an end, and the religion be all of it God’s” (8.39-42).

    “those who disbelieve in Our communications, We shall make them enter fire; so oft as their skins are thoroughly burned, We will change them for other skins, that they may taste the chastisement; surely Allah is Mighty, Wise” (Sura 4.56).

    “O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people” (5.51).

    In my opinion, it is very forth right in stating that believers in the Judeo-Christian faiths are wrong and deceptive and they must be fought in order to be silenced. No, they cannot both thrive in society without conflict.

  11. Reuben says:

    Sam, see the previous post I did on religious interpretations of holy books…I do hope you’ll be see the error in devoutly following it.
    I don’t know why you’re sourcing biblical texts as reasoning to back up contemporary conflicts. The Gaza Crisis is mainly political and is connected to land-use, cultural differences and segregation. I think if you swapped Judaism for, say, Hinduism, the conflict would not be any more complex, bloodthirsty or deep-rooted. Though it could be said that such a conflict existed (or still exists, to a degree) in India; between India and Pakistan.

  12. Sanders says:

    I disagree with the arguments put forward in your last post Reuben. In fact, your generalised statements about religion (as a whole) and not realising why the Pope said what he did shows your lack of knowledge and understanding for religion. Judeo-Christian faith is against homosexuality, if you read the ‘Bible’ you will understand this. This whole concept you put forward of misinterpretation is false, I think people generate their own ideas, they want to make the rules they follow in their life, they think they can achieve by themselves. However, to answer your question, the reason I am sourcing biblical text is because it shows the reason for the conflict. They simply do not fight over land for the sake of cultural reasons; they do because of or for ‘Allah’ / ‘Jehovah’. To even suggest “swapping religions” is absurd, Hinduism is so complex, there are different types of Hinduism that differ so greatly. India (Hinduism) and Pakistan (Islam) do have conflicts largely centred around religion however; I do not understand their conflicts as well as I do the conflicts over ‘Palestine’. Also how can you possibly state that religious books can be interpreted differently when it seems your knowledge and understanding of religion is limited? Or are you just coming across that way?

    Also do you know what a nihilist is?

  13. nlthinking says:

    Sam, are we going to have an assertion competition here? The biblical texts are homophobic? You don’t say? I never said they were or were not. Re-read my post before you make unfounded assumptions. I know you would read it as homophobic because you yourself are homophobic (sadly). But if the bible is homophobic etc, I guess it’s another reason not to like religion then eh?
    Your ideas about “people generating their own ideas” is probably very accurate. However, it’s ignorant to suggest religious people don’t “cherry-pick” segments of the bible or koran or whatever to satisfy their own intentions. And biblical texts are hypocritical; why else would you have so many different ‘branches’ of each religion?

    Regarding Palestine/Israel, do you seriously think that land and politics aren’t involved? “The Reason” of the conflict is not so based on religion as you think. Religion is a factor, but I would tend to think that politics and resources are greater factors still.

  14. Sanders says:

    I choose not to use the term ‘homophobic’ because I’m not scared, fearful or hate them. I dislike what they do. There are so many branches of religion but Christianity is the only one that has the event of a man rising from the dead, I thought that would be a fun fact to shove in. Obviously religious people use segments of religious books to satisfy their own intentions; after all, people in this world are greedy and selfish. I never said that land and politics aren’t involved, read my first comment? “There are political, cultural and economical issues that cause difficulties between Judaism and Islam”.
    I disagree I think religion is a greater factor.

  15. Sanders says:

    Also why does it say I posted at 4:48am haha I think someone needs to change the time to GMT 10+ (Melbourne, Sydney).

  16. nlthinking says:

    Could you elaborate why you think it’s a greater factor, Sam? Better still…if you type up something on word, email me…I’ll let you do a guest post.

    We’re working on it, Sam…the time I mean. The Doctor has been notified.

  17. nlthinking says:

    Also, if the Bible is homophobic, care to explain the blog post I linked to in the previous post?

    Actually…perhaps we should continue the debate there. This isn’t the right post.

  18. Sanders says:

    A guest post on what ? I need a topic.
    What post sorry ? A bit lost :S just had some food.
    Basically read this

  19. Reuben says:

    Excellent analysis Sam…why bother putting forth a view when Wikipedia does it for you? 🙂

  20. Oskar says:

    Is the word ‘liberals’?

  21. Sanders says:

    Well my view is that religion is the basis for the conflict. But that summary by wikipedia does summarise it better than what I could write =]

  22. John Surname says:

    Seriously though, fuck the jews.

  23. Reuben says:

    No, Oskar.

    OK…Sam. I’ll let you go this time. Don’t think that Kath would be as leniant…I can already hear her sharpening her claws.

    Fucking typical leftard scum, Surname.

  24. LuLi says:

    Who is fighting in Palestine for Allah? They don’t even have a functional government let alone a military. Sanders, the only government institution fighting for god over there is Israel. The rest are fundamentalists and rogues.

    Nice post, Nat.

  25. John Surname says:

    I’ll fill you in on the missing word, Rueben – it’s “fake”.

    The comment you linked to was a fake comment by me.


  26. Reuben says:

    Bugger…and here I was thinking ;;;; actually wrote that.

    Well done.

  27. Sanders says:

    LuLi I didn’t say RELIGIOUS governments.

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