posted on Jul, 26 2016 @ 04:25 PM
a reply to: TrueBrit
A topic is made that explains a(nother) person is killed by Islamic terrorists
You reply with the age old "drone strikes and bombing raids kill more Muslims in the ME than Europeans have been killed in Europe by Muslim
terrorists" garbage. No condolences for the family of the deceased, no alternative methods proposed, simply being an apologist and trying to equate
the murder of innocents in Europe to the unintentional (albeit still tragic) deaths of innocents in an active war zone.
Oh, and while we are about it, if you fail to see that there is a direct connection between the creation of terror groups, both as proxies AND
as a direct, predictable outcome of foreign policy stupidity which continues to this day, then you may need to get yourself a clue sir. Ignorance like
that is hardly going to avail you of much.
Of course there is a link between deaths caused by our governments and the deaths of Europeans - but it doesn't make it right, and you failed to
condemn the attack in all of your mental gymnastics in trying to be straight and narrow, high and mighty "I stand up for everyones rights"
And as for my issue with surveillance, I would protest most strongly at ANY surveillance ANYWHERE without a specific, named target, and a
warrant. I believe in liberty. Some only give it lip service.
With liberty comes the idea that generally the people for whom that liberty is slated for are people who also value liberty. This is not true for a
not insignificant number of the Muslims that are flooding Europe. How many polls do you have to see of Muslim immigrant attitudes towards Western
values before you can see that? When laws were written in the West, they were written with the not unreasonable idea that the people for whom they
were for hold a common set of values. When more than a quarter of an alien population thinks suicide bombings against "enemies" of their religion are
always justified, new rules need to be put into place.