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in response to reader comment: But why do they want to join that abomination?

Submitted by Straight_Talk_Luigi (United States), May 25, 2008 at 01:49

The EU has open borders, which means that Muslims would be able to come into the EU and help subdue it. Someone else on here wrote that the whole Hadith reform is a ploy to get Europe to allow Turkey membership to do just that.

It could be. The Prime Minister once told his people to have more babies because Allah wills it.

I wonder what for.

I am all for changes to the Hadith, but no Turkey in the EU. Make no mistake, they have the same goals as Libya and Palestine to dominate Europe.

Yes, many Palestinians hate Israel, but Israel has already defeated all its enemies combined in war twice. Now, they have modern weapons at their disposal.

So, the attention of Islamic radicals has shifted to Europe, where, despite the formation of the EU, it is seen as considerably weaker than Israel. I dare say, you'd have an easier time fighting the Dutch than you would Israel.

They see the advantage because of the liberal tolerance of the EU. That's why you have Muslims who protest on the streets of the major cities saying things like nuke Denmark, and all gays should climb Big Ben and fall off, and why they rape women who don't wear the veil.

Israel and Palestine, once center stage, are just diversions, and so far, it's fooling everyone, even the Isrealis and Palestinians themselves. The central axis of the Islamic conflicting is shifting to Europe, because all they have to do is go there, have kids and swell the population. Normally, it wouldn't work, and they tried it with Isreal, but Orthodox Jews have a enornmous birth rate, prehaps the highest in the world.

Europe on the other hand is finally feeling the effects of its hybrid democratic-socialists soceity. Childless, barren liberal women living in condensed urban areas with their boyfriends (not married) who are more concerned with where the next beer party, orgy and pub gathering is. And all the education and stereotypical European education and attentiveness to world events? Over-hyped and diluted by false teachings of multi-culturalism and that the USA and Christianity are the cause of every problem of the world.

The EU as a secular entity won't even last a fraction of the time the Roman Empire did. It would be a miracle if half the Western democracies, Japan and the Asian tigers made it out of this century in tact, because I see a major power shift occurring.

So Turkey has plenty of reason to join. If nothing else, they can call all the shots since they are 97% Muslim, and Europeans like to give Muslims special rights.

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