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To Samy, you want to deport who ?

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: to Frank Oddersborg

Submitted by Armageddon (United States), Feb 5, 2006 at 20:00

It is obvious to me that you do not understand what exactly is going on in Europe. For you the world is divided in black and white.

Since you are so fond of the Deportation policy, I believe you are an American. Basically, I agree with you about the fact that an immigrant who jeopardize a country should be deported or arrested and deported, but I'm afraid my friend that things are much more complex in Europe.

You see, many of the Muslims who are causing trouble there are people who WERE BORN IN EUROPE, OR, THEY ARE MARRIED TO NATIVE EUROPEANS. They succeeded to integrate with the original population in Europe. So, who exactly do you want to deport ? Full citizens, born in Europe ? old immigrant parents with their children or grand children who caused the problems and who were born in Europe ? Where are you going to draw the line ?

It's like in America, every time somebody is causing trouble, you will need to deport him and his family, even though he is born there. America was created by immigrants. If you will go back many generations in your family you will find immigrants unless you are a Native American. The problem is much more complex. The right populations of immigrants have brought America to the great position she is today. These populations came from Europe, China, Latin and Central America, Israel, and much less from Arab countries.

Europeans on the other hand, have chosen to bring as many Muslims as possible for doing all kind of low-level jobs. But Muslims have their own agenda. They never "disappoint" their religion and origin. They are doing what they know best.
And yet they crave for peace...

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