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Just imagine if the U.K hadn't taken in countless Muslims, how differently it would have felt about Syria

Reader comment on item: Poland's Muslim Ban

Submitted by Anon (United States), Jul 1, 2018 at 18:36

Had Britain not engaged in "diversity" and maintained instead the same demographics it had half a century previously, it would have gazed calmy and with equanimity at the unfolding situation in Syria. It may well have decided to bomb Isis regardless but the trouble would have remained at a great distance, like an earthquake far, far away.

Regarding "Jewish perpetrators", this is somewhat taken out of context. It isn't that he claimed the Holocaust was perpetrated by Jewish men and women, but that one cannot and should not blame an entire ethnic group for whatever help the Nazis received from individuals from that ethnic group or nation. I have to agree with him. After all, we do not say that every act of Islamic terror in Britain is commited "by Britain's Muslim community", and expect their descendents to accept their responsibility for the actions of "their community". It isn't that Poland as a nation or as a country can be held responsible for Nazi Germany's atrocities in occupied Poland.


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