It's just a political game. Any revolution offers opportunity for ambitious clinical psychopaths to exploit the chaos and cement their character in future history books (although there are many ways to achieve this). One way to bring about such a 'revolution' is to incentivize the billions from the developing world to gradually overflow into Western cultures and give them a political platform from which they can 'punch up' at their 'oppressors'.(Original post by jeremy1988)
Muslims are today's noble savages, and thus above reproach. Everything they do is excused and protected as part of their culture. Sadly, this was applied to even cannibals and tribes guilty of human sacrifice back in the day, so this madness knows no bounds. It's just that in the old days, average people were too smart to listen to that form of left-wing thought seriously. Now, there are enough of these starry-eyed, noble savage praising romantics running around that we have to worry what they think.
Putting them in a cocoon of the 'noble savage' is one such platform.They do outnumber the populations of the West after all, and produce kids at far higher rates. If you get on the right side of these people and wait a few decades, you'll probably start winning elections with their votes.
I'm not implying that every person who supports mass migration has these ambitions, but I know some certainly do, even if they're a minority.
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How does being concerned about spread of Islam in the West make someone far-right? watch
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- 04-12-2017 01:16
(Original post by KingBradly)
- 04-12-2017 15:31
So let me get this straight.
Am I correct in thinking that although I support decriminalising drugs; opening drug rehabilitation centres; getting rid of the legal benefits of marriage entirely (so no one is discriminated against); freedom of speech; secularism; publicly funded healthcare, schools, and university; and a welfare system, I'm actually far-right because I have the consistancy to dislike all kinds of traditionalist ultra-conservatism, and don't make an exception for Islam?
Could someone explain how this works? Does far-right just mean "anti-Islam"?
- 04-04-2018 01:09
It is a divisive tactic of Islam to try and deflect those of us enlightened enough to see through their 1400 year old “agenda of global Shariah” .
- 04-04-2018 01:11
One doesn’t need to try hard to see through Taqiyya.
“ Trojan horse forked tongue mayor khan” exemplifies that .😱
- 08-04-2018 00:45
Dunno about far right but it is always a classic sign of somebody who has swallowed the corporate tabloid mainstream media agenda lock stock and barrel. Rather than become another cliched cab driving knuckle dragging sun reader, the common man should take a step back and see events in their overall context. Only then will he understand that Islam is being used a tool to divide and rule and put people in a particular political play pen. The whole left right paradigm has always been total nonsense as the political media is nothing short of a punch and judy show polarising people while the hidden hand manipulates events in the background.
I think it is fairly clear that the current western-judeo culture is the one which is unsustainable whilst the Islamic tradition is actually something our ailing country could certainly benefit from.Last edited by OneGlobalUmmah; 08-04-2018 at 00:47.
- 08-04-2018 09:08
Ironically all the far-right venom directed against Muslims puts them in a defensive position and in many cases will encourage them to rally around their religion with an ever more conservative (in some instances radical) orientation. A cynic would say that this is exactly what the far-right want, moderate Muslims disrupt the image that they want to push.
- 08-04-2018 17:46
In response to the original question: it doesn't.