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the Muslim problem in Europe: buy them off, get them out, keep them out

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Submitted by Angela (Canada), Jul 8, 2005 at 20:16

Reuters 08 July 2005: G-8 Summit leaders have pledged 50 billion in aid funds to Africa. Understand, this is an attempt to forestall a mass migration and contain Africans within the borders of their own countries. The outflow of Africans into Europe and the Americas would prove disastrous to the social order and health care systems of developed nations.

In a similar vein, the only way Europe could justify a Muslim expulsion would be to construct a reality that would make it more attractive for the terminally disenfranchised to return to their homelands. As such, engendering a voluntary migration back to N. Africa would prove the wisest and most elegant solution for ridding Europe of the muslim problem. They will not assimilate, and have remained a contentious and dangerous threat to social order of culturally homogenous nations – a problem that will certainly result in a protracted civil (with no boundaries between European nations) war rivaling the Irish problem in GB and the still smoldering Bosnia/Serbia/Albania debacle.

The developed nations have no choice but to enact a policy to create a flow of jobs (outsourcing, low-tech initiatives, etc.) and temporary funding as incentives to lure/relocate Muslims in Africa (where they belong). Two important future directives: develop alternate energy sources (electric cars, hydro-electric/nuclear power, etc) and fortress-style immigration policies in order to contain Muslims as tourists (only) or restrict them to temporary work visas. I say buy them off, get them out – and keep them out!

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