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Reader comment on item: Islamophobia?

Submitted by Maggie (Australia), Oct 30, 2005 at 00:44

I really thought about this response because I was hit between the eyes over a couple of bits of information. One was the mention of welfare and baby factories. The welfare state that we see in countries such as the U.K. and yes even in Australia encourage people to remain lazy, and, as you have rightly stated, it allows the jihadist to commit an economic atrocity upon the wealth of the taxpayer through the syphoning of welfare funds to those who have no intention of working in the first place. Unemployment remains an issue in most industrialized countries and yes there is a need to protect those who genuinely cannot find work. This means that able-bodied people who are in fact refusing to find work for their own reasons should not receive these payments in the first place.

The other side of this coin happens to be the issue of the baby factory. I have been active on my own list called Religion and Politics where a jihadist has shown up giving us the fairy story about how wonderful life happens to be under Islam. He posted an article about the number of unmarried mothers in the USA. Since I am not a USA citizen, this particular article has no particular impact.

However, as far as the production of children is concerned, I do happen to know several women who have rather large families. Even as I was growing up I knew a woman who in the end had given birth to 17 children, and amongst the group I know now, they are mothers of anywhere from 3-12 children. I have three sons, and one of my best friends has 8 children, whilst others have 10 and 12 children.

Non-Muslim women have the ability to fight back against the production of all of these Islamic children by deciding to have at least 4 children, if God grants it to them. We who are not going through menopause should be encouraged to have more children, rather than being discouraged, through the machinations of Planned Parenthood. We should be celebrating the birth of each child rather than thinking of children as a drain. In that way we would not need the migrants who are required to allegedly fill the work positions that we cannot fill. Also we would have the necessary tax base to fund old age pensions. We who live in the west have been completely sold out by the likes of feminism who promoted such things as abortion on demand, thus depleting our populations of future citizens who would have served to keep out the menace that emanates from the immigrant who refuses to integrate into the general society. (I make exceptions for the Islamic Turks and others who have indeed managed to integrate without trying to force their religion upon others).

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