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Debanjan Banerjee I have told you there is no need to further demonstrate ...

Reader comment on item: Cyprus on the World Stage
in response to reader comment: Occidental exceptionalism at its best

Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Nov 10, 2011 at 01:30

My oh My Debanjan,

You really make me laugh, you ask for other to provide you substantial proof and evidence, yet you have no concept of what is fact and what is fiction.

Muslim Immigrants in the west do not contribute to the economies compared to other immigrant groups. Middle Eastern and North African immigrants and their descendants are over represented in the prisons of most Western countries. They are overrepresented in their dependence on welfare and in levels of criminality.

So what are the benefits you talk of? Why don't you provide some facts to substantiate your claims.

A look at the French prison population clearly shows how much North African and Middle Eastern immigration has benefited the French. I few scoccer players hardly lifts the French to the ranks of a great sporting nation.

So do you wish to present a few FACTS to back up your jibberish, I would be happy to provide a wealth of statistics to back up my claim!


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