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Reader comment on item: Will Europe Resist Islamization?
in response to reader comment: Don't worry Islam is not a monster

Submitted by Novus Ordo Secular (United States), Apr 13, 2008 at 04:06

>>>"India and China may dominate for the coming 3 or 4 decades but only in economy"

In today's world, all dominance stems from economic dominance. Because economy aids the development of technology and technology rules the world.

>>>"India and China don't have their own political identity to unite the world population towards a single political ideology."

USSR tried to unite the world towards a single political ideology. Any idea what USSR was?

>>>"If no new ideology comes in picture in 3 or 4 decades, then it will be sure that Europe will dominate for the future centuries thru Islam."

That's a self contradictory statement. Its a known fact that islam is a religion that hinders modernisation. Islam once dominated asia due to the force of muscle but was overtaken by europians who were technically superior since Reformation had occured there. If islam dominates europe, europe would loose its edge and itself be subject to domination by India, China or the USA

>>>Secularism will flourish in India and China.

The only correct statement you made. But dont forget the USA.


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