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National suicide or hope false?

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Submitted by PermReader (Russia), Jan 1, 2015 at 14:45

European common people feel alienated from their capitalist societies of the successful cosmopolites.Their traditional collectivism of the right or the left kind can easily include immigrants of the "common people" type- poor Muslims who additionally are ardent collectivists too. The Europeans take the collectivism the second time in their recent history. They can't imagine the role of Islam in their future life.Islam is better than the Capitalism of the dodgy ones?

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