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Islamic Europe

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by Armagedon (United States), Feb 11, 2003 at 03:52

The muslims follow a certain pattern:
They multiply quietly in different western countries and when they reach between 10 to 20 percent of the local population, they explode. At this point, they start to ask for autonomy, they try to enforce islamic tradition on their surroundings and finally they try to replace the local workers with muslim workers. Once they are in a position of power, they are highly discriminative.
In European countries, in the future, we will see suicide bombers. Europe is lost to the Islam. Today, the non-muslim population in Europe, ignore this danger. They don't care about their future generations. They are only concern with their annual vacations on the lake and with their continental breakfast. They don't understand that the radical muslims behave like cancer elements. Show me one place in the world where there are more than 20% muslims relative to non-muslims, and you don't have terror.
Europe will pay big time. They don't really know this entity.

Have a nice day

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