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Originally posted by PalazioVecchio

i agree. The following problems are not featured on a Muslim street :

- binge drinking , associated with
........vomiting, fighting, screaming, litter, public urination defecation and/or fornication, domestic violence, family breakup, industrial days lost through alcoholism , fetal alcohol syndrome, unwanted pregnancies, std's , the problem of giving/receiving sexual consent when blind drunk

drink-driving

Liver cirrhosis

The West is decadent beyond belief. If Muslims look at us and see Sodom & Gomorrah ? can you really blame them ?

the sexual body-count of some people in the West is up into the hundreds. And its now become acceptable to 'settle down and have kids' when you are half dead from old age. In the West, divorce & relationship failure is now the norm. And Social Welfare is paying women to reproduce with unemployed losers.

The muslim approach is probably better overall for the health of kids, parents, society etc.

You can accuse somebody of brutality towards muslim society.....but they would also need to look in the mirror.

A perfect society ? in your dreams.

Edited by PalazioVecchio (21 Oct 2021 7.23pm)

That's my diary from last week.

 


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Red and Blue Army!

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Originally posted by ASCPFC

That's my diary from last week.

Perhaps you should convert to Islam, it might just add some moral fiber to your lifestyle.

 


Trump lost. Badly. Hahahahahahaha.

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Hate preacher Anjem Choudary whinges that he's being abused online and demands government does more to stop internet 'hatred' - despite inspiring 100 UK jihadis on social media - [Link]


You couldn't make it up.

You get what you give.

 

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Originally posted by BlueJay

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary whinges that he's being abused online and demands government does more to stop internet 'hatred' - despite inspiring 100 UK jihadis on social media - [Link]


You couldn't make it up.

You get what you give.

Perhaps Wisbech and Maine can send their apologies to him on behalf of us all.

 

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Is he still living on benefits?

It was jaw dropping that this man was/is funded by the taxpayer

Originally posted by BlueJay

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary whinges that he's being abused online and demands government does more to stop internet 'hatred' - despite inspiring 100 UK jihadis on social media - [Link]


You couldn't make it up.

You get what you give.

 


A lie will travel half way around the world before the truth has got it's shoes on.

When conceited septuagenarians opine , best to ignore.

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Originally posted by BlueJay

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary whinges that he's being abused online and demands government does more to stop internet 'hatred' - despite inspiring 100 UK jihadis on social media - [Link]


You couldn't make it up.

You get what you give.

Thats a bit like Alan Pardew complaining when people criticize his defensive setup.

 


Trump lost. Badly. Hahahahahahaha.

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View Maine Eagle's Profile Maine Eagle Flag USA 23 Oct 21 2.02am Send a Private Message to Maine Eagle Add Maine Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by georgenorman

Perhaps Wisbech and Maine can send their apologies to him on behalf of us all.

I dont support radical islamist terrorists or their recruiters.

See the other thread, george, where we established there is a difference between normal peaceful muslims and radical extremists.

"Its a subtle difference, but if you sit down and think it over, you might see that there is a difference there" [Orwell].

 


Trump lost. Badly. Hahahahahahaha.

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Originally posted by Maine Eagle

I dont support radical islamist terrorists or their recruiters.

See the other thread, george, where we established there is a difference between normal peaceful muslims and radical extremists.

"Its a subtle difference, but if you sit down and think it over, you might see that there is a difference there" [Orwell].

What makes me smile is that you think or expect that you can make a majority of Muslims support your type of society over radicals within their own who attacks yours.

The reality is that you can't.....Now it's an important point that this doesn't mean that they all or even a majority support radicals. However, it's rather a group dynamic reality that they recognise the 'them and us' that is the base reality of multiculturalism.....secularists like to think of it as 'mistrust' and blame themselves but they are sugar coating it deluding themselves.

Once you allow multiculturalism you create separate identities which if different enough will have friction regardless....this was known many moons ago yet is continually ignored out of wish fulfillment.

It's a similar reality to the death of PC Blakelock decades ago. Many within the black community would have known who were involved but no one willingly came forward at the time.

 


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Diane Abbott and others still use semantics to avoid condemning the brutal murder of PC Blakelock, their words change slightly as they think they might be enobled in the coming years.

Disgraceful racist hypocrisy

She and others use Windrush as a dog whistle to avoid criticism, the policy that led to the terrible mistakes of Windrush was a Labour policy, an inconvenient truth for many.

Originally posted by Stirlingsays

What makes me smile is that you think or expect that you can make a majority of Muslims support your type of society over radicals within their own who attacks yours. BLakelock

The reality is that you can't.....Now it's an important point that this doesn't mean that they all or even a majority support radicals. However, it's rather a group dynamic reality that they recognise the 'them and us' that is the base reality of multiculturalism.....secularists like to think of it as 'mistrust' and blame themselves but they are sugar coating it deluding themselves.

Once you allow multiculturalism you create separate identities which if different enough will have friction regardless....this was known many moons ago yet is continually ignored out of wish fulfillment.

It's a similar reality to the death of PC Blakelock decades ago. Many within the black community would have known who were involved but no one willingly came forward at the time.

Edited by HKOwen (23 Oct 2021 7.36am)

 


A lie will travel half way around the world before the truth has got it's shoes on.

When conceited septuagenarians opine , best to ignore.

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

What makes me smile is that you think or expect that you can make a majority of Muslims support your type of society over radicals within their own who attacks yours.

The reality is that you can't.....Now it's an important point that this doesn't mean that they all or even a majority support radicals. However, it's rather a group dynamic reality that they recognise the 'them and us' that is the base reality of multiculturalism.....secularists like to think of it as 'mistrust' and blame themselves but they are sugar coating it deluding themselves.

Once you allow multiculturalism you create separate identities which if different enough will have friction regardless....this was known many moons ago yet is continually ignored out of wish fulfillment.

It's a similar reality to the death of PC Blakelock decades ago. Many within the black community would have known who were involved but no one willingly came forward at the time.

What makes me smile is that you don't recognise that they already do support "our kind of society". The majority of British Muslims are peace-loving Brits, just like the rest of us. In my youth most of us were Christians. I attended Church, was a choirboy and server, just because it was expected of me. I am still a cultural Christian, taking pride in the heritage, but I no longer believe, if I ever really did. In a few short years, Christian belief has declined substantially. Atheism and humanism are now found everywhere, when in my youth they were no-where.

Who's to say the same won't happen, in time, with British Muslims? In fact the evidence that it IS happening is very clearly already there.

Incoming cultures get modified by their exposure to ours. Look at the way the East African Indians have adapted and prospered.

The same is happening with the various Muslim communities. It's not yet complete. Be patient. They will still value their cultural traditions, just as I do mine, but as they become more and more British their connection to our culture will be stronger. For many, it already is.

There has always been the kind of noise we read on here about recently arrived immigrants. I have heard it many times before. These days, though, the availability of social media changes the dynamic and amplifies it. A small number can make a lot of noise. As they do here. We just need to close our ears to those who shout and listen to the quiet voices of hope.

 

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Originally posted by HKOwen

Diane Abbott and others still use semantics to avoid condemning the brutal murder of PC Blakelock, their words change slightly as they think they might be enobled in the coming years.

Disgraceful racist hypocrisy

She and others use Windrush as a dog whistle to avoid criticism, the policy that led to the terrible mistakes of Windrush was a Labour policy, an inconvenient truth for many.

Edited by HKOwen (23 Oct 2021 7.36am)

In a recent commons debate Abbott et al continually referred to the injustice of the Windrush generation. The debate was about deporting to Jamaica around 50 rapists, pedophiles, murderers and drug dealers.

A Tory MP pointed out that none of these were of the Windrush generation and that group was law abiding and it was disgusting to lump them in with these convicted criminals.

 


One more point

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

What makes me smile is that you think or expect that you can make a majority of Muslims support your type of society over radicals within their own who attacks yours.

The reality is that you can't.....Now it's an important point that this doesn't mean that they all or even a majority support radicals. However, it's rather a group dynamic reality that they recognise the 'them and us' that is the base reality of multiculturalism.....secularists like to think of it as 'mistrust' and blame themselves but they are sugar coating it deluding themselves.

Once you allow multiculturalism you create separate identities which if different enough will have friction regardless....this was known many moons ago yet is continually ignored out of wish fulfillment.

It's a similar reality to the death of PC Blakelock decades ago. Many within the black community would have known who were involved but no one willingly came forward at the time.

That is the stand-out phrase for me Black community. A phrase such as , 'Jewish community', 'Asian community', 'community leaders' that are used by mainstream media and politicians all the time.
Reinforcing the fact that our society is not integrated, but has factions living side-by-side with all its positive and negative effects.

Edited by Forest Hillbilly (23 Oct 2021 9.24am)

 


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