reply to post by poet1b
Thanks Poet, I'm surprised I hadn't seen your thread already, a great OP I must say.
Well, I'm going to friend you too my friend! No, we don't have to agree on everything, things would be boring if that was always the case. What I
like to see is people with some "cajones" (nod to multiculturalism!), who aren't afraid of that vile PC straight-jacket. You obviously are one of
the few who isn't afraid to be called names, and go against the program. We need more people like that, IMO.
I'm guessing I'm going to feel inclined to go post in your thread today, but as far as this thread about radical Islam, people better get used to
this issue, we're going to see a whole lot more before it gets better. Actually, people will probably call me a pessimist, but I don't really see
it getting better at all.
While I don't count myself "against" anyone in particular, other than the elite beasts who pit us all against each other, I think it would be
foolish to ignore the simple demographics that bear upon these "race" related issues.
I'm certainly no fan of the Israeli regime, but do they now have a right to exist? Absolutely. And I say this knowing full well that life isn't
terribly "fair", but it's like so many other realities, it's just the way it is. However, when it comes to demographics, life seems to have a
rather irritating message for us: "Be fruitful, or disappear!" The Israelis know this, and this fact has lead to actions that are perhaps
terrible, and yet, we are talking about survival. For the Jew, in the context of their history and subculture, this is not a small issue. Israel is
a tiny piece of real estate where they are indeed making a stand, for better or worse.
An enlightened enemy would take this major issue into consideration, and I think that there are those in the Arab world that do, with the most obvious
recent example being the "softening" of Egypt in the past couple of decades. It does seem that there might be some who are OK with a Jewish state,
at least for now. But whatever the momentary politics, people on either side should be able to see that longer-term, it will be birthrates that win
or lose the battle. In that sense, perhaps we should relax, since such a thing isn't easily controllable.
Or is it? As I mentioned, I'll probably post in your thread where the comments would be more germaine to the issues you raised, but I do want to say
that I believe that the elite are extremely aware of this issue of birthrates, and have indeed implemented "policies" to address it, to their
advantage, by all appearances.