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originally posted by: kosmicjack
I don't get how one guy in a group setting could decapitate someone else. It's inconceivable to me that anyone around wouldn't have hell reign down on this maniac. I'd be lobbing any and everything I could use as a weapon at this idiot. I guess everyone just bailed?
originally posted by: Auricom
a reply to: daaskapital
Give me a break. Your head is so deeply buried in the politically correct sand that you're half way to China.
Take a look around at crime reports in Europe (pick a country, any country!) and you'll clearly see what Islamic immigration is bringing us. From rapes to roving gangs scaring people from venturing out at night, if there's any such thing as Islamophobia, then Santa Claus is my lover.
Group 1 showed the most condemnation of violent protest and terrorism. Group 1 was more likely (compared with group 2) to include people unavailable for work (mostly women who were looking after the home) and migrants born outside of the UK who would therefore have migrated to the UK; Group 1 compared with 2, reported a greater number of social contacts, lower social capital, and marginally more depressive symptoms.
Recent immigrants, on the other hand, were far less likely to support violent protest, even if they felt unwelcome in their adopted communities.
Those most likely to condemn terrorism were more likely to include migrants born outside of the UK, as well as people unavailable for work (mostly stay-at-home mothers). They also reported a greater number of social contacts and were less likely to be unemployed.
They were also more likely to report symptoms of depression than the reference group.
Curiously they reported low levels of social capital, as measured by satisfaction with the area were they lived, trust in their neighbours and feelings of safety.
'A low score, therefore, reflected fears associated with the neighbourhood, including violence in the community,' the researchers wrote.
According to a new study from the Crime Prevention Council, Brå, it is four times more likely that a known rapist is born abroad, compared to persons born in Sweden. Resident aliens from Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia dominate the group of rape suspects
In Oslo, Norway, immigrants were involved in two out of three rape charges in 2001. The numbers in Denmark were the same, and even higher in the city of Copenhagen with three out of four rape charges. Sweden has a larger immigrant, including Muslim, population than any other country in northern Europe. The numbers there are likely to be at least as bad as with its Scandinavian neighbors. The actual number is thus probably even higher than what the authorities are reporting now, as it doesn’t include second generation immigrants. Lawyer Ann Christine Hjelm, who has investigated violent crimes in Svea high court, found that 85 per cent of the convicted rapists were born on foreign soil or by foreign parents.
If you don't think cutting off someone's head because of their nonacceptance of your YOUR ISLAMIC RELIGION isn't the same as religious discrimination against THEIR RELIGION then something is wrong with you. If head hacking isn't discrimination then I don't know what is.
My only issue is the small subset of intolerant people who insist on painting all of Islam with the same brush, rather than recognising it for what it is, a minority extremist movement condemned by all other Muslims.
originally posted by: FlySolo
Not true. Even if 1% of 1.6 Billion Muslims are extreme, then that makes 16 million radicals. 16,000,000. Hardly a minority army.
mi·nor·i·ty (m-nôr-t, -nr-, m-)
n. pl. mi·nor·i·ties
1. a. The smaller in number of two groups forming a whole.
b. A group or party having fewer than a controlling number of votes.
2. a. A racial, religious, political, national, or other group thought to be different from the larger group of which it is part.
b. A group having little power or representation relative to other groups within a society.
c. A member of one of these groups. See Usage Note at color.
originally posted by: FlySolo
You're comparing radicals with the moderates. Apples and oranges. Minorities in other religions don't take on world governments. They don't assemble for the purpose of war or to form a Caliphate. What these "minorities" have done is separate from the majority to form their own coalition. An army of 16,000,000. Now they are classified as an ARMY with their own views and doctrines which go against the standard. An army of 16 m is no laughing matter and to downplay them as a simple minority is foolish. They are their own entity now which in some circumstance might make them a Majority.