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A good reason to exclude Muslim Immigrants

Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by Fast Eddy, Apr 25, 2018.

  1. Fast Eddy

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  3. Fast Eddy

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    I was shocked at the percentage of problems they have with their kids. The inbreeding looks like it has really caught up with them. The average IQ reported for this group is also very poor, probably caused also by the inbreeding. With reports of 50% or more on welfare, this group is devastatingly bad for our country. We need to get switched to skills based immigration and not the lottery system we now have.
     
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  4. EatTheRich

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    The site linked to, run by a Hitler supporter
    https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/defend-europa/

    assumes without argument that the higher rate of birth defects is caused by inbreeding (without actually, you know, showing that the Pakistani community has a higher rate of inbreeding, just as you have not shown that if they did it would be representative of Muslims in general) and not by environmental inequalities.
     
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  5. Fast Eddy

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    If you are not aware of Muslim inbreeding then you are very ignorant of the religion and traditions of Arabs and Muslims. Try using Google and educate yourself.
     
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    Tradition yes, religion no. But they are one of many cultures on the British Isles to practice inbreeding. And living away from where their culture was rooted, their traditions may change. So you have yet to demonstrate that the rates of inbreeding are enough above those of Britain to explain the alleged higher rate of birth defects.

    At any rate, presumably kids in Arab and South Asian countries with cultures that encourage inbreeding are also born with high rates of birth defects. So which is better ... that they live where there are more resources to help the working class deal with it (it automatically becomes the working class's responsibility as they are the only class with the decency to take responsibility), or in a country with fewer resources?
     
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    That they stay in their own lands among their own people instead of invading White, Christian lands and expecting White, Christian people (the only people with the decency to take responsibility, even to their long-term detriment) to deal with it.
     
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    The idea that land belongs to this or that race or religion is barbaric nonsense.
     
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    Dems will fight that. They want illiterate unskilled immigrants to come here and go on welfare and vote for the welfare party.
     
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    From family to clan to tribe to people to state. This is the warp of civilization. Common origin, history, heritage, and destiny define a people. A land exists to hold its own people; a state to allow them to live their unique way of life. Those not members of the family, tribe, clan, people have no ties to the land and no proprietorship in the state.

    What sense is there in the idea that citizenship in a nation -- created by a people of common origin, history, heritage, culture, language -- be handed to those who reside on its land, regardless of how they got there, regardless of who they are? A country is the home of its people. From time immemorial, this has been so; the country was the home of a particular people. The citizens were of the same race, culture, language -- of common blood & shared history. This is normal, natural, and reasonable.
    Anything else is perverse.

    A family needs a place to live, so it acquires a house. The house belongs to that family and to no one else. So it is with the extended family -- the nation; one family/nation owns the land. Strangers who arrive do not become co-owners of the land simply by dwelling there, do not & cannot become members of the family just by living among it. The land and nation are not theirs. They have or ought to have their own, where they belong (in every sense of the word).

    It is the nature of man to feel closer to limited circles of people. This is the way it always was, the way it is, the way it will remain -- it's universal, biological, and inevitable. Just as family takes precedence over nation, so nation above world. My family, our house; my people, our land. No ruler, worker, or -ism ever changed that nor ever will in the long term. Internationalism is an illusion. The power of nationalism is greater than that of globalism. Race, heritage, and culture pull strong on the heart.
     
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    Almost 60 years of Cuban foreign policy say internationalism can be more powerful than nationalism.
     
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    A single, isolated example in the vast history of a vast world, and limited to the period under the leadership of one man and his protege brother, addressing just one piece in a four paragraph post, vaguely at that? You can surely do better, dear adversary.
     
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    I notice you don't dispute the claim ... and don't think the Castros could have acted as they did without millions in Cuba and hundreds of millions around the world standing with them. The Cuban counterexample is sufficient to refute the claim that selfish parochialism is "human nature" rather than a relic of savagery preserved by capitalist interest.
     
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    It is pretty obvious by just looking at all Muslim countries and their higher defect rates that it is causing problems. Why should we accept people in that add greatly to our medical costs and education cost. They have a much higher welfare rate so the bottom line goes to the taxpayer. It should not be the tax payers burden to cover these costs.
     
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    Unless you propose to have people in other countries uneducated and without medical care, the world will need to pay for their education and medical care no matter what country they live in. The only question is whether we do that efficiently by mobilizing the economic potential of the richest countries or not.
     
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    It is not our job to educate and take care of other countries, we have enough problems of our own to take care of. Every country is reponsiblefor taking care of it's people, some do a better job than others.
     
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    It is our responsibility as human beings to make sure people have lives that are better and not worse than they would be otherwise. Countries are institutions created for this purpose, and a government that fails at it ... as the U.S. has by making the lives of billions around the world worse in a vain effort to make the lives of the small minority who are Americans better ... only betrays its illegitimacy.
     
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    And it's moronic to think this way.
     
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    Moslem love Hitler
    Hitler had Moslems fighting for him.
     

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