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I rest my case after I make these two points

Reader comment on item: Cyprus on the World Stage
in response to reader comment: Mr. Josh

Submitted by Josh (United States), Nov 9, 2011 at 23:09

Dear Readers:

Debanjan Banerjee who wants to settle "surplus" Kurdish population in Israel and East European countries also believes:

1) That Europeans settled their "surplus" populations in New World, Australia, and Canada (sic; Canada is a part of new world). I did not know that Americas were settled by surplus people!

2) That, on the one hand, the Turkish prime minister is justified in giving a 3-children-per-family call and, on the other, it is the obligation of hardworking, prosperous, underpopulated conuntries to accept those "surplus" people. So it is the moral obligation of responsible countries to bailout irresponsible countries.

Mr Banerjee asks how his thoughts are dangerous. Some times reversing the argument helps. How about settling millions of people from India, China, and Europe in Saudi Arabia, Kashmir, Egypt, Jordan and Syria? And, before I forget to mention, confiscating passports of settlers is not allowed. And, let me not even begin discussing religious freedoms.

Debanjan Banerjee cannot see the other side of any issue.

I rest my case.


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