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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    I wasn’t suggesting that they would (you’re not an Arab, btw), just that the whites would remain on top (at least at the top of society, granted you would still have a white underclass)

    It’s not 'nothing' honey, believe me, if things go the way they look set to then there will be ‘rivers of blood’, and mass expulsions. This is only the beginning, and already some countries are closing borders and declaring national emergencies. As another contributor warned, extreme right wing groups are gaining support, momentum, and will soon gain power in failed states like Greece, and a tide of extremism (on both sides) will likely sweep the continent within our lifetimes

    No, sweetie, we cannot relax, let alone accept it, when our ‘leaders’ are selling out their people and effectively endangering the very immigrants that we should be concerned with protecting

    With that privilege comes responsibility my love

    Tax free regimes cannot exist for long without marked social injustice and economic inequality, please be mindful of this before making slightly glib comments

    Alas no, there’s little to get patriotic about these days, although there are still plenty of decent, culturally English/British, people outside of the major cities, and our culture lives on in them/those areas

    I hope you are right but fear you may well be wrong

    You’re confusing multiculturalism with globalism

    It can’t, you’re right, but it can stop trying to be something it’s not, and may never be, which is the perfect place for the perfect melting pot model of mass inter-civilisational immigration, before it gets to the point at which inter-cultural friction causes further major problems

    *Note to self: don’t bother cooking this girl one of my main speciality dishes* :sad:
    Well isn't that how white supremacy works? It makes sure everyone else is at the bottom.. Whilst whites still remain in control. It doesn't matter what I consider myself,an Arab or a Levantine queen,point is,if our leaders were like the OP then ethnic minorities would be screwed.

    Right wing extremism has always been present in Europe. I don't understand what the hype is about refugees wanting to seek a better life for themselves and their family. Variety is the spice of life after all. We could all learn a lot more from each other instead of hating based on skin colour and religion.

    How are your leaders selling out the British people? What is it that the Syrian people are going to do in Britain other than seek help? It's time Britain took responsibility. You can't be supporting terrorist group abroad and then try to back away when everything turns bloody and people are being killed and being left homeless and then they come to you for support. I was watching an interview with bashar Al Assad the other day and as much as I hate him,some of the things he said about western powers was right.

    Responsibility?

    Hmmm perhaps so but some people seem to be doing okay and living the life in the Arab Emirates and Kuwait and othe gulf states,in fact Dubai encourages people to go there and work/live. It comes with many benefits as I told you on the phone the other day

    What even is British culture? Do you think it's also one of the reasons you would consider moving to other cities in the UK?

    What exactly is your ideal Britain honey? An all white Britain? No ethnic minorities?
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    (Original post by The Dictator)
    WARNING: Contains sentiments that may be seen as racist.

    Now and then some nauseating bandwagon of populist emotional manipulation and moral self-righteousness excites our attentions. The latest being the recent migrant crisis which has led to an outburst of faux-compassion on the streets of London. Not one of these self-important, feel-good, self-congratulatory people would ever have bothered to turn up to a protest over the erosion of our civil liberties, the denigration of virtue, the crisis of crony capitalism or the cowardice of our world leaders abroad. Instead we see people who would never invite a migrant into their own homes calling for the government to pick other people's pockets in order to make a few thousand illegal aliens welcome, people with a culture that will never be compatible to our own.



    Watch, and learn. This travesty has carried on far too long.

    It is not brave to call for us to take on more refugees. It is not a righteous or moral position. It is rank hypocrisy and we should fight the pathetic emotional manipulation and the sinister propaganda war being waged by the left.

    If we had wanted to avoid this crisis, we should have taken out Assad and stopped thousands of Syrians joining ISIS in desperation. A process a la Iraq could then have taken place. But I forgot, the West is to blame for everything, intervention or not, so never mind.
    Yes this is liberals at their populist worst. We are soon to see conservatives at their shallow populist worse over Corbyn and national anthem singing, other smears as well which will be numerous. Just making the point that hypocrisy and shallowness occurs on all part of the political spectrum for balance. I agree though, the level of our political debate is pathetic, and morally so shallow. Annd as for 'erosion of our civil liberties, the denigration of virtue, the crisis of crony capitalism', you put beautifuly how I've felt for years. It always seems peoples frustrations get manipulated onto certain issues and miss the main point about what is so sick in our society-it just plays into the hands of the cynical and is demoralising.

    Civil liberties particularly is just dire and economics and there is something really scummy and horrible emanating through society-I have encountered nasty things personally due to the curbs on liberty- they are every oppressors wet dream and not taken seriously enough. It's irreversible now. I can't describe the contempt I have for the cynical scum seemingly occupying so many positions of power. At least I know for sure what it is like now, and am thankful I don't have kids, sensible decision.
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    (Original post by Mister Morality)
    I've seen you deconstruct queen-bee well in numerous threads: you have the patience of a saint
    (Original post by queen-bee)
    He's here to guide and teach me, he's my best buddy
    You’re both right, of course. Deep down I know I’m getting through to her – for she’s smart/reasonable in essence, it’s just that because of her identity/TSRian identity, and her personal circumstances/related slightly antagonistic habits, she feels compelled to bang the drum every now and again e.g. in defence of the ‘underdog’

    Your speciality is a takeaway Indian huh?
    My speciality is home made, lactose free, no added sugar, chicken Korma

    (Original post by jape)
    QB is the most intolerable racist on this site tbh
    She does come off as being pro-Arab vs. anti-white/anti-Semitic, to some degree, but is typically just on the defensive/letting off steam – she’s a humanitarian at heart and inclined to judge individuals on their own merits

    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Well isn't that how white supremacy works?
    It’s not so much white supremacy as ethnic elitism + what we call 'persistence' in the Economics of Inequality

    point is, if our leaders were like the OP then ethnic minorities would be screwed
    They would be invited/compelled to resettle in territories that they gel better in, which would put them out in the short term, but save an awful lot of bother all round in the medium-long term

    Right wing extremism has always been present in Europe
    It became absolutely marginal in my lifetime; now, within just a few years, it’s not only become a political force but is becoming a major one in some countries, which should trouble us all, and especially those concerned for the welfare of members of minority groups

    I don't understand what the hype is about refugees wanting to seek a better life for themselves and their family
    1. They can do this in states that are best suited to their social/cultural norms and needs, and in which they can expect to best integrate

    2. They should not be permitted to do this in a way that imposes significant and substantial socioeconomic costs on those who deserve a good life/healthy society, and security, themselves, and have worked hard, generation upon generation, to achieve this

    Variety is the spice of life after all
    Agreed, but diversity =/= mass inter-civilisational immigration

    We could all learn a lot more from each other instead of hating based on skin colour and religion
    You, like the liberal elite cretins who presided over the PC culture of fear of the past generation, have drawn a false dichotomy: it’s not racist, indicative of hatred, or ignorant, to observe certainly worldly realities about inter-civlisational frictions in the context of human nature, as evidenced throughout history; it’s wise, prescient, and hence responsible and apposite

    How are your leaders selling out the British people?
    Oiling the wheels of the global capitalist machine, paving the way for the monopolistic predominance of crony capitalist super rich corporate elites by way of socioeconomic debasement of our society (and, especially, potentially obstructive/competing cohorts within it), from the death by a thousand cuts/slow strangulation of the church, and associated expungement of the slightest shred of Judeo-Christian morality from statuary legislature right through to norms of everyday life, through to effects like low wage/illegal immigrant black markets and cultural segregation and fractionalisation of society

    What is it that the Syrian people are going to do in Britain other than seek help?
    How many of ISIS’s number comprise Syrians, do you think? That’s just the sharp edge too, there are a plethora of possible socioeconomic problems stemming from the importing of these troubled/desperate people into the country

    Same issues that importing refugees from sub Saharan Africa threw up – with war hardening/desensitisation to acts of horrific butchery, coming from parts of the world where 'life-is-cheap', little in the way of English/skills/education, social and vocational stigma/discrimination vs. limited sense of societal investment and a 'them and us' attitude often ethnic in its basis, and black culture/role models the way they are, is it any wonder that many/the issue of many became social pariahs e.g. absent fathers at best, and (violent) criminals/terrorists at worst – who effectively prey on our people (especially the young e.g. through drug gangs)?

    You don’t solve a problem elsewhere in the world by importing it here. It’s ****ing myopic ideologue lunacy, the brunt of the costs of which the ******* liberal (yes, somewhat leftie) elites do not have to bear as you can bet your ass they don’t live in the relatedly troubled neighbourhoods and will be off to join the international set when the **** really hits the fan :rolleyes:

    It's time Britain took responsibility
    It’s time England concerned itself with the state of English society, and the welfare of Englishmen (and women) within it, first and foremost

    You can't be supporting terrorist group abroad and then try to back away when everything turns bloody and people are being killed and being left homeless and then they come to you for support
    1. We sought to support the Free Syrian Army, which was a peoples’ revolutionary force e.g. had a popular mandate, against an oppressive, and murderous, dictator, who has used chemical weapons against his own people

    2. If it necessarily followed (it doesn’t) that every time one intervenes to save lives internationally that one then had an absolute obligation to mop up all the human fallout that may, or may not, be arguably attributable to said intervention, then the world would be an extremely isolationist place and barbarians would do a roaring trade that would make current issues look like a walk in the park

    Responsibility?
    Yup. Any responsibility you infer on the British people also (logically) applies to you, as a bearer of said burgundy book

    some people seem to be doing okay and living the life in the Arab Emirates and Kuwait and othe gulf states
    While the rest ’live the life’ of ostensive slaves under an extractive system established for the benefit of a select few members of quasi-mafias. Hardly a source of adulation, n’est pas?

    What even is British culture?
    You’ve asked me that before, and I’ve answered you before..

    Do you think it's also one of the reasons you would consider moving to other cities in the UK?
    Naw, I need to move for health reasons, otherwise I would most likely stay in/near the London area unless there were a serious prospect of doing better e.g. economically, elsewhere (unlikely)

    What exactly is your ideal Britain honey? An all white Britain? No ethnic minorities?
    I’m not bothered about race so much as scale and pace of inter-civilisational mixing. I don’t care if the UK is all mixed race within a couple of generations, what bothers me is socioeconomic issues/frictions. The reality is that whilst diversity has its advantages, you cannot mix cultures as disparate as Western and Islamic on a large scale and expect anything other than trouble
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    (Original post by Mister Morality)
    Damn. That is one hell of a U-Turn. So are you a cultural conservative whilst being economically socialist?
    No I use to be a national conservative but the horrors which have been inflicted upon the poorest in this country have put me off conservatism for a life time.
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    You’re both right, of course. Deep down I know I’m getting through to her – for she’s smart/reasonable in essence, it’s just that because of her identity/TSRian identity, and her personal circumstances/related slightly antagonistic habits, she feels compelled to bang the drum every now and again e.g. in defence of the ‘underdog’

    My speciality is home made, lactose free, no added sugar, chicken Korma

    She does come off as being pro-Arab vs. anti-white/anti-Semitic, to some degree, but is typically just on the defensive/letting off steam – she’s a humanitarian at heart and inclined to judge individuals on their own merits

    It’s not so much white supremacy as ethnic elitism + what we call 'persistence' in the Economics of Inequality

    They would be invited/compelled to resettle in territories that they gel better in, which would put them out in the short term, but save an awful lot of bother all round in the medium-long term

    It became absolutely marginal in my lifetime; now, within just a few years, it’s not only become a political force but is becoming a major one in some countries, which should trouble us all, and especially those concerned for the welfare of members of minority groups

    1. They can do this in states that are best suited to their social/cultural norms and needs, and in which they can expect to best integrate

    2. They should not be permitted to do this in a way that imposes significant and substantial socioeconomic costs on those who deserve a good life/healthy society, and security, themselves, and have worked hard, generation upon generation, to achieve this

    Agreed, but diversity =/= mass inter-civilisational immigration

    You, like the liberal elite cretins who presided over the PC culture of fear of the past generation, have drawn a false dichotomy: it’s not racist, indicative of hatred, or ignorant, to observe certainly worldly realities about inter-civlisational frictions in the context of human nature, as evidenced throughout history; it’s wise, prescient, and hence responsible and apposite

    Oiling the wheels of the global capitalist machine, paving the way for the monopolistic predominance of crony capitalist super rich corporate elites by way of socioeconomic debasement of our society (and, especially, potentially obstructive/competing cohorts within it), from the death by a thousand cuts/slow strangulation of the church, and associated expungement of the slightest shred of Judeo-Christian morality from statuary legislature right through to norms of everyday life, through to effects like low wage/illegal immigrant black markets and cultural segregation and fractionalisation of society

    How many of ISIS’s number comprise Syrians, do you think? That’s just the sharp edge too, there are a plethora of possible socioeconomic problems stemming from the importing of these troubled/desperate people into the country

    Same issues that importing refugees from sub Saharan Africa threw up – with war hardening/desensitisation to acts of horrific butchery, coming from parts of the world where 'life-is-cheap', little in the way of English/skills/education, social and vocational stigma/discrimination vs. limited sense of societal investment and a 'them and us' attitude often ethnic in its basis, and black culture/role models the way they are, is it any wonder that many/the issue of many became social pariahs e.g. absent fathers at best, and (violent) criminals/terrorists at worst – who effectively prey on our people (especially the young e.g. through drug gangs)?

    You don’t solve a problem elsewhere in the world by importing it here. It’s ****ing myopic ideologue lunacy, the brunt of the costs of which the ******* liberal (yes, somewhat leftie) elites do not have to bear as you can bet your ass they don’t live in the relatedly troubled neighbourhoods and will be off to join the international set when the **** really hits the fan :rolleyes:

    It’s time England concerned itself with the state of English society, and the welfare of Englishmen (and women) within it, first and foremost

    1. We sought to support the Free Syrian Army, which was a peoples’ revolutionary force e.g. had a popular mandate, against an oppressive, and murderous, dictator, who has used chemical weapons against his own people

    2. If it necessarily followed (it doesn’t) that every time one intervenes to save lives internationally that one then had an absolute obligation to mop up all the human fallout that may, or may not, be arguably attributable to said intervention, then the world would be an extremely isolationist place and barbarians would do a roaring trade that would make current issues look like a walk in the park

    Yup. Any responsibility you infer on the British people also (logically) applies to you, as a bearer of said burgundy book

    While the rest ’live the life’ of ostensive slaves under an extractive system established for the benefit of a select few members of quasi-mafias. Hardly a source of adulation, n’est pas?

    You’ve asked me that before, and I’ve answered you before..

    Naw, I need to move for health reasons, otherwise I would most likely stay in/near the London area unless there were a serious prospect of doing better e.g. economically, elsewhere (unlikely)

    I’m not bothered about race so much as scale and pace of inter-civilisational mixing. I don’t care if the UK is all mixed race within a couple of generations, what bothers me is socioeconomic issues/frictions. The reality is that whilst diversity has its advantages, you cannot mix cultures as disparate as Western and Islamic on a large scale and expect anything other than trouble
    Thanks honey

    Also,does Christianity no longer have a place in Britain? It seems like nobody cares about God and church.

    Well the Muslims living in the UK seem to be integrating just fine. I don't think most Muslims have. This us and them attitude. I think the media plays a huge role in portraying Muslims as violent and scumbags. I also feel the British instead have the Us And them mentality and perhaps it's the reason why some Muslims don't bother integrating because some people are just not welcoming enough and that they face discrimination due to religion etc. also there are plenty of rape gangs I'm sure that don't consist of Muslims but rather native Brits
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Also,does Christianity no longer have a place in Britain? It seems like nobody cares about God and church
    It has a place, it's just the powers that be have contented themselves to undermine it at almost every turn and most Christians are, as a partial consequence, either non-practising, almost act as if their values/faith are some kind of dirty secret, or else, frankly, freaks

    Muslims living in the UK seem to be integrating just fine
    Wait, what!? :erm:

    I don't think most Muslims have. This us and them attitude
    Do I have to hurl still more stats at you? Honey, please wake up. Many Muslims are a credit to their community/this nation, but you need to acknowledge the large number of them that are virtual aliens living in our society

    the British instead have the Us And them mentality
    We all do, it's human nature, to some extent, that is until/unless you either undermine the import of personal identity as a distinguishing factor (e.g. under a Communist regime), or else change the basis by which we self-identify (e.g. away from race, religion, and culture, towards something as grey as 'tolerance'/love of 'diversity')

    perhaps it's the reason why some Muslims don't bother integrating because some people are just not welcoming enough
    I'm sure that's very true in many cases, yes. This does not negate the fact, however, that there is a serious problem

    there are plenty of rape gangs I'm sure that don't consist of Muslims but rather native Brits
    Not so sure about that to be honest, not that it's a competition. The simple fact is, importing large numbers of immigrants from disparate lands/cultures/ethnicities, and often from disadvantaged/desperate backgrounds, within a short space of time, is at best horrifically myopic, if not appallingly irresponsible - especially where Muslims are concerned

    I am a humanitarian, I have Muslim friends, whom I know to be good people/who have integrated to a comfortable (if not ideal) degree, I actually have more time for aspects of conservative Islam than I do for a lot of the crap that liberal Western pop 'culture' entails, and I put my own security in jeopardy by pointing these things out/warning of the trouble to come; however, you only have to look at their religious doctrine, and (related) culturally/legalistically enshrined dogma/malevolent norms (centred on 'them and us' re: the kafir), to understand that a 'moderate, Muslim Brit' is a contradiction in terms and the two civilisations: The West & Islam, cannot be reconciled e.g. through mixing + the perversion of the core values of either camp. ISIS is a reflection of this fact, as is the rising wave of Islamophobia in The West
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    It has a place, it's just the powers that be have contented themselves to undermine it at almost every turn and most Christians are, as a partial consequence, either non-practising, almost act as if their values/faith are some kind of dirty secret, or else, frankly, freaks

    Wait, what!? :erm:

    Do I have to hurl still more stats at you? Honey, please wake up. Many Muslims are a credit to their community/this nation, but you need to acknowledge the large number of them that are virtual aliens living in our society

    We all do, it's human nature, to some extent, that is until/unless you either undermine the import of personal identity as a distinguishing factor (e.g. under a Communist regime), or else change the basis by which we self-identify (e.g. away from race, religion, and culture, towards something as grey as 'tolerance'/love of 'diversity'

    I'm sure that's very true in many cases, yes. This does not negate the fact, however, that there is a serious problem

    Not so sure about that to be honest, not that it's a competition. The simple fact is, importing large numbers of immigrants from disparate lands/cultures/ethnicities, and often from disadvantaged/desperate backgrounds, within a short space of time, is at best horrifically myopic, if not appallingly irresponsible - especially where Muslims are concerned

    I am a humanitarian, I have Muslim friends, whom I know to be good people/who have integrated to a comfortable (if not ideal) degree, I actually have more time for aspects of conservative Islam than I do for a lot of the crap that liberal Western pop 'culture' entails, and I put my own security in jeopardy by pointing these things out/warning of the trouble to come; however, you only have to look at their religious doctrine, and (related) culturally/legalistically enshrined dogma/malevolent norms (centred on 'them and us' re: the kafir), to understand that a 'moderate, Muslim Brit' is a contradiction in terms and the two civilisations: The West & Islam, cannot be reconciled e.g. through mixing + the perversion of the core values of either camp. ISIS is a reflection of this fact, as is the rising wave of Islamophobia in The West
    IT feel about words being a christian in the UK seeing as most people don't even care about his so I totally understand

    Muslims integrate well in the UK in my opinion. I don't expect them to eat pork or come out clubbing with us. It's difficult enough as it is for them due to cultural and religious clash but they're an asset and are doing a great job. I think the media make them out to be aliens and people who can't be bothered to integrate with the 'infidels'

    See,why is it that Brits have an issue with Muslims and their religion.let them be. In Syria,Muslims and Christians used to live side by side. Why is it suddenly an issue in the west? I think most of my Muslim friends would despise me by now if they had an us and them agenda. I live a very western lifestyle and dont cover up head to toe. I also feel very comfortable around Muslim men even when I am wearing a mini dress and not completely covered and they never seem to want to tell me to cover up or call me names.
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    I totally understand
    Good

    Muslims integrate well in the UK in my opinion
    *sigh* Ok, I'm going to take you on a little tour to illustrate my point

    they're an asset and are doing a great job
    Do you really want to go toe to toe with this Economist on the fiscal balance sheet re: non-European immigrants? :erm:

    I think the media make them out to be aliens and people who can't be bothered to integrate with the 'infidels'
    The mainstream media bends over backwards to portray the exact opposite image m'love

    why is it that Brits have an issue with Muslims and their religion
    As I say, dogmatic and malevolent doctrine/ethno-culture = social harms. It's pretty simple really

    In Syria, Muslims and Christians used to live side by side
    Under the iron rule of a regime run by members of a sect that many Muslims conceive of as being tantamount to heretics, with an appalling human rights record, and in a country in which only a Muslim may be president. Hardly a sterling model for a progressive/multicultural wonder-story?

    Why is it suddenly an issue in the west?
    60-fold increase in their number in the past 50 years, plus a worsening of relations between Muslims and other groups around the world, particularly post-9/11, plus fundamentalists getting organised e.g. transnational coms/planning/recruitment/logistics networks, funding, and armament, plus the development/proliferation of asymmetric warfare and terror tactics

    I think most of my Muslim friends would despise me by now if they had an us and them agenda
    If you think your Muslim friends think of you as the same/an equal, think again. Those who genuinely do, are either outliers or simply not Muslims in the sense that most practising Muslims, and the doctrine, understands Islam

    I also feel very comfortable around Muslim men even when I am wearing a mini dress and not completely covered and they never seem to want to tell me to cover up or call me names
    Hold up, you yourself have acknowledged that Muslim men of a certain age e.g. those that loiter on Edgware Road, make girls feel decidedly uncomfortable :dontknow:

    I really wish you would stop being a near unconditional apologist for Islam and start thinking before you speak. You're just making yourself look very silly, bordering on blind, and like others have said: I have explained in some detail, many times, the factual basis for my assertions (and why many of your positions are untenable)
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Lol no Arab female would want to come near you with views like that for sure.

    I just feel like it's karma. The west is always involving itself in the Middle East when it chooses to and supports dictators. Now pick up the mess,don't complain about it
    This. I am not a fan of taking in migrants. However, if due to my actions there are a lot of migrants you can't just simply turn your back.

    You want to bomb a country? You pay to rebuild its roads and buildings.

    You want to back violent groups or intervene with your own military? When people flee for their lives you house them.

    You want to pick and choose leaders, removing those which won't give you oil? Stop crying when people come to the UK.

    My view; I don't want to see the UK culture changed by immigration. However, the UK should not have intervened and changed the rest of the world. It cannot walk away from the current mess. Going forward it should learn a lesson and stop sticking its nose in-it never helps either side (the UK itself or the country being bombed).

    But for the meanwhile if you want to intervene in the Middle East then don't all of a sudden turn your back. It is plain stupid to do so.
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Good

    *sigh* Ok, I'm going to take you on a little tour to illustrate my point

    Do you really want to go toe to toe with this Economist on the fiscal balance sheet re: non-European immigrants? :erm:

    The mainstream media bends over backwards to portray the exact opposite image m'love

    As I say, dogmatic and malevolent doctrine/ethno-culture = social harms. It's pretty simple really

    Under the iron rule of a regime run by members of a sect that many Muslims conceive of as being tantamount to heretics, with an appalling human rights record, and in a country in which only a Muslim may be president. Hardly a sterling model for a progressive/multicultural wonder-story?

    60-fold increase in their number in the past 50 years, plus a worsening of relations between Muslims and other groups around the world, particularly post-9/11, plus fundamentalists getting organised e.g. transnational coms/planning/recruitment/logistics networks, funding, and armament, plus the development/proliferation of asymmetric warfare and terror tactics

    If you think your Muslim friends think of you as the same/an equal, think again. Those who genuinely do, are either outliers or simply not Muslims in the sense that most practising Muslims, and the doctrine, understands Islam

    Hold up, you yourself have acknowledged that Muslim men of a certain age e.g. those that loiter on Edgware Road, make girls feel decidedly uncomfortable :dontknow:

    I really wish you would stop being a near unconditional apologist for Islam and start thinking before you speak. You're just making yourself look very silly, bordering on blind, and like others have said: I have explained in some detail, many times, the factual basis for my assertions (and why many of your positions are untenable)
    Where's the tour taking place? And with pleasure of course

    Lol what? Muslims are made to look like violent scum everyday! What news have you been watching?

    Economy isn't my field and neither is politics,so I'll let you win :mmm:

    I'm pretty sure they think of me as being 100% equal,don't know where you've gotten this idea.

    But not all of them. There's kerbs everywhere in London unfortunately and it's not just limited to Edgware Road or Middle eastern men but I feel comfortable when i do visit the Arabia of London .

    Oh,you've hurt my feelings a bit. I'm not an apologist,I just don't think Muslims and Islam is as bad as people make it and then out to be
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Where's the tour taking place? And with pleasure of course
    Starting in East London and going just as far as it takes to illustrate my point (until such time as thee concede)

    What news have you been watching?
    The Beeb, you?

    Economy isn't my field and neither is politics, so I'll let you win :mmm:
    Wise move (for now). I will educate thee

    I'm pretty sure they think of me as being 100% equal,don't know where you've gotten this idea
    Dear me you're naïve :erm:

    I'm not an apologist, I just don't think Muslims and Islam is as bad as people make it and then out to be
    I know you're not, but I'm telling you how you make yourself look in general/to others honey. Take it on board eh
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Starting in East London and going just as far as it takes to illustrate my point (until such time as thee concede)

    The Beeb, you?

    Wise move (for now). I will educate thee

    Dear me you're naïve :erm:

    I know you're not, but I'm telling you how you make yourself look in general/to others honey. Take it on board eh
    Excited!

    Fox news I prefer Al Jazeera both Arabic and English.

    I'm not naive. I think they really do see me as equals and if they didn't they probably wouldn't bother talking to me

    Thank you,grand master foo :mmm:
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Excited!
    You better be, get ready for an unforgettable multicultural tour of the UK girl! :bhangra:

    Fox news
    Heh, be serious!

    I prefer Al Jazeera both Arabic and English
    My landlady/father watch the Jizzy

    I'm not naïve
    You are a bit naïve chick, because like many of us ivory tower affluent middle-upper class kids you've spent your life in a utopian bubble, being brainwashed with ideologue nonsense/wishful thinking..

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    I think they really do see me as equals and if they didn't they probably wouldn't bother talking to me
    There's nothing in the Koran that categorically states that you may not speak to the kafir, and minority groups generally have to engage with members of other groups out of anything from social nicety through to necessity. Does that mean they value/respect you as they would a believer? Hell no, unless they're 'progressive' (in other words ignore large parts of their own religious doctrine e.g. not a 'true Muslim' in the eyes of many of their 'brothers')

    Thank you, grand master foo :mmm:
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