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originally posted by: Pyle
originally posted by: Konduit
Only a Muslim mayor could say "terrorism is part and parcel of life in a major city" with a straight face and get away with it.
Maybe that's the way things are in the Middle East, but not in the civilized world. He certainly seems to be doing nothing to prevent it.
Look at the history of London before you make statements of stupidity.
originally posted by: and14263
as demonstrated by the link above and the wars in the Middle East.
The second reason - it is deeper than just terrorism, like what I allude to earlier - the foundations of Islam, no matter how 'mild' of form are in my opinion inherently morally wrong. Their views on women, their techniques of punishment, their belief that there is no separation between religion and state - that is very dangerous.
originally posted by: Discotech
a reply to: LesMisanthrope
Let's not be silly now, I'm in favour of a peaceful transition to a single world government and system, not one that is forced upon people with blood and destruction. It's why I don't agree with the NWO stuff, everybody has to be willing or it doesn't happen, if anybody dies, then it's off the table.
And it should be about bringing us together as a species, not as control as most would prefer it
In 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron was widely criticized in the UK when he claimed that London mayor Sadiq Khan had ties to the terror group ISIS. An investigation by Disobedient Media has determined that Khan has ties not just to organizations associated with ISIS, but also groups such as Hamas, Al-Nusra, Al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood. During his time as mayor, London has seen an increase in terror incidents with concerning indications that terror groups wish to stage a major attack on the City of London. Rather than focusing on combatting terror, Khan has used his forum to tell Londoners as well as citizens in other parts of Europe and the United States that the West must learn to live with terrorism as a part of daily life. Khan’s extreme flirtation with radical Islamic extremism raises serious questions about his commitment to fighting a wave of extremist fueled terrorism that only continues to spread after a number of attacks and police operations in London and other areas of the UK.