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originally posted by: seagull
There is a backlash coming, which is unfortunate for the many innocents who will get caught up in it. Everyone will be guilty, and judge guillotine will preside.
But God knows his own, right?
I'll sit out, thanks, while y'all consume yourselves in your madness. Muslim, Catholic, whatever. Just stay out of my yard.
originally posted by: Kryties
originally posted by: D8Tee
a reply to: Kryties
We recognise radical Islam DOES exist but makes up a tiny fraction of the overall Muslim population. Please tone down the sensationalism.
Nuclear weapons exist but make up a tiny fraction of the weapons stockpiles. No cause for concern then are they?
Last I checked radical Islam didn't have access to nukes and their conventional weapons aren't capable of wiping out life on the entire planet in under an hour.
A SYDNEY youth worker who boasts of personally deterring up to seven school kids from joining Islamic State has warned of the “atrocities” Australia will face if effective deradicalisation strategies aren’t enforced. Sarkis Achmar, who works with vulnerable young people in the city’s south west, told news.com.au that governments, community groups and programs were misdirecting their efforts to save teenagers from Islamic extremism, and were being let down by a desire to be politically correct.....
“What we are finding is we’ve got a really good policing system, but we’re not as good at getting to the source of the problem and facing it ... everyone is too scared to boil it down and tackle it.”...
Mr Achmar believes there is a divide in what certain groups and authorities are aiming to achieve, and what they’re actually willing to put into practice in addressing the problem. He believes confusion, and fear of offending religious groups is detracting from efforts to curtail extremism and recruitment.
“There is a total misunderstanding of the problem and the groups on two sides aren’t helping. There’s one that’s scared of acting for fear of being called a racist or a bigot, then you’ve got the other side saying they’re always targeted. They way they’re looking at it now is that it’s a personal battle,” he said.
It's as if the purpose of globalists these days is not to stop radicalism, but to force regular people to live with radicals of all sorts. This in turn makes people angry on both sides. It helps radical Muslims recruit more radicals, and eventually even regular folks will blame all Muslims for radical Islam.
"Germany, you have no relation whatsoever to democracy and you should know that your current actions are no different to those of the Nazi period," Mr Erdogan said at a rally in Istanbul
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has called on Turkey’s citizens in Europe to step up their rates of procreation and have five children each, saying a booming Turkish population would be the best answer to the EU’s “vulgarism, antagonism, and injustice”.
originally posted by: Miracula2
Not just an Islamic problem. I have even seen this kind of behavior from educated Christians with advanced degrees towards people not familiar with religion in the United States.
My opinion all religious people are illogical for following Allah/ God when the Bible contradicts itself on whether or not there was one or more than one language present before and after the Tower of Babel scattering of religions.
My opinion, Christians and Muslims should be deported if they will not voluntarily give up their religions in the name of public safety.