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The Debanjan Slant on life

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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Jun 12, 2018 at 21:20

No, I think poor Debanjan would say his muslim brothers shun the material life and its associated torments, for the more simple life of subserviance to his pagan Arab Moon God Allah, and that the welfare benefits in the USA are still far superior than the average wages in the India.

So those pure Muslims who reside in the USA, are in effect collecting the Jizya, so living a life that all Muslims aspire too. Why work hard and get educated when you can live off the sweat of others?

You may think it is a reflection of Muslim ability to work and succeed. To a Muslim the Jizya is the ultimate proof of the promises of the pagan Moon God Allah, who says its fine to live off others, and to outbreed your enermies if you cannot out think them.

Islam gives Muslims permission to be lazy and uneducated, that make it acceptable, almost a requirement.

Why do you think that of the 6 million Arabs who call themselves Palestinians, want to be called refugees, when only 20,000 of them meet the true definition.

It is because they can get a free hang out. Virtually any out group of people, other than Muslims, find the term refugee, a term that is shameful. And they work like crazy to no longer be refugees. My country has a large degree of its wealth created by former refugees, from a variety of backgrounds.

However, Muslims revel in the term, as it allows them to get wealth they have not earned. They want to be refugees, to their minds it is a Jizya.

Look at Syria, most of the Refugees washing up on the shores of Europe, each with a hand out, were males of military fighting age.

In any other country, those would be the men keen to defend their lands and actually fight to keep it. It is part of the culture of Islam not to, look at the Sikhs, they would never abandon their women and children to flee to safety.

Muslims are happy to push their women and children in the front as human shields, they did it in Iraq, they do it in Gaza, they did it in Iran. Muslims are happy to defend their territory to the last drop of their women and children.

The Titanic was famous for the term women and children first. That would never happen in a Muslim Culture.

But the Muslim male it is an acceptable excuse to flee, and its the young healthy men are first out, and the women and children can look after themselves.

That is one of the reasons that the Muslim world has not won a major military victory in 500 years.

Islam has too conditioned them to expect a hand out.

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