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Reader comment on item: Will Europe Resist Islamization?
in response to reader comment: Population transfers.

Submitted by trans-parere (Canada), Apr 14, 2008 at 01:46

Hello Eric

You make a valid contribution. I don't know how it is in Australia, but in Canada I would say that every culture/religion that has migrated here has brought with it a period of transition. Especially in the testing of our law. The Chinese, Sikh, Russian, to name but a few. We are still combating the Italian culture of the mafioso and have issues with some Caribbeans who hope to create a cultural apartheid at the taxpayers expense. The people in our jails are people who can not get along with their fellow citizens. They would like to sell the idea that it is cultural discrimination but, in truth it's just criminal behavior.

Rather than capitulating to any uncontrolled assimilation we need as countrymen, no matter culture or religion, to stand by our laws and execute them with out prejudice. Either the jails of the democratic countries will fill with radicalised Moslems or the radical Moslem will come to learn that their culture and religion is just one of many. That it is their responsibility to adapt to the laws and the nature of democracy and for them to get on with living in harmony with other people and institutions and to take advantage of the opportunities available in the countries they migrate to. lets remove culture and religion from the equation and hold all people equal under law. Lets don't jail Moslems or Jews or Christians or Palestinians or Russians or Caribbeans or Chinese or Australians or Canadians. Lets just jail the criminals.


P.S. One hopes the majority will give no succor to the few agitators with in their respective religions or cultures and hold the commonwealth of that country foremost.


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