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Immigration of Moslems

Reader comment on item: Muslim Immigrants in the United States

Submitted by BB (United States), Jun 24, 2012 at 22:16

Immigration of Moslems should promptly end. They cannot, and do not assimilate. Their religion teaches them that they are superior to all others, and therefore they must force others to become like them, ... eventually forcing everyone to live under their sharia law. The thought alone of having to live as they do is repulsive.

Our Democrat Party uses them to keep the Blacks on dependency, as the Moslems are given government loans to open stores in predominately Black neighborhoods. By depriving our American born Blacks of these same job opportunities, in their own neighborhoods, they are economically harmed and insulted. The Moslems talk of "equality in Islam", but every one of them admit that they despise American Blacks. Even when I explain to them that it is our own government that subsidized them to have these opportunities, consequently denying the Blacks, they seemingly don't understand.

The Moslems use the stores which the government helps them to have, as bases for giving work to their own illegal Moslem immigrants. Because there are so many other more readily assimilatable immigrants, we should consider the others, and quit allowing the Moslem immigrants.


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