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I wasn't talking about Mexicans

Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: Muslims cannot be integrated into European society

Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Feb 26, 2006 at 07:08

I was talking about illegal immigrants who come to Europe and none of them is from Mexico. However, my John Anonymous Smith, if you want your country to be bombed, you be my guest!

I was not talking about Mexicans at all. You Americans call yourselves a "nation of immigrants". Good for you. I was not talking about immigration to the USA, but about immigration to the European Union. Anyway, it is people who think like you lot, with your rhetoric about a "nation of immigrants" who have encouraged 20 million (!) Muslims to come to the European Union. Why should I be anti-Mexican? That has got nothing to do with Europe. Don't even start with your fine distinctions between legal and illegal immigrants or with "immigrants who refuse to assimilate". If you want your country to be invaded by Islamic terrorists and Arab assassins, you be my guests! The problem should be dealt with at its roots. An immigration-control would provide a solution to the problem. Most Europeans (and Americans) see that as "racist". Well, once your countries get bombed by terrorists, you can only blame yourselves. During the past 20 years, Europe has allowed in millions of Muslims. We brought it on ourselves. Gentlemen, if you feel like that, then don't complain when you get bombed. I no longer care about immigration. I thought the PC brigade existed only in Europe, but you are even worse than the Europeans. Get ready for the Islamic States of Europe and for a very vulnerable America. I don't care about your security anymore.

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